New Hampshire Youth Movement is looking for four Regional Organizers to support our community organizing, leadership development, and Get-out-the-Vote efforts. This full time role is an opportunity to level up your existing organizing skills, mentor passionate student organizers, and be a critical leader in the movement to elect progressive champions in November. We are building a New Hampshire that works for everyone, and we need to build youth power to elect people who will stand up for issues like Affordable Housing, LGBTQ+ Rights, Climate Justice, Racial Justice, Reproductive Rights, and Public Education.

Role Overview
Regional Organizers will lead and execute fieldwork in a region of the state, traveling to strategic areas to pledge young people to vote. The main tactics include: tabling on college campuses and community events, planning events, knocking doors, and phone banking. You’ll focus on organizing college campuses in your region—supporting existing organizing efforts on campuses, and recruiting new student leaders. As the program grows, you’ll manage a small team of core leaders and other field organizing staff in your region, managing their fieldwork, helping out on the ground, holding them accountable to goals, and mentoring them through challenges.

About New Hampshire Youth Movement.
New Hampshire Youth Movement is a movement of young people transforming our political system so it serves, and is led by, the people it’s left behind. We are an entirely youth-led, decentralized, intersectional, grassroots organization building and leveraging youth power in and outside of electoral organizing across NH.

Who you are
We are looking for people who are passionate about the issues, ready to get involved, and eager to learn. We’re used to training up powerful young leaders; we’ll train and support you as you grow.

The ideal candidate is/has:

Excited to make New Hampshire a better place and build the political power of young people
Ready to go hard pledging young people to vote in their region to elect local progressive champions
Some past experience in traditional voter outreach tactics such as phone banking, canvassing, and texting either as a staff member or volunteer leader
Some past experience in organizing in general, can include things like issue, legislative, or electoral campaigns, planning direct actions or protests, or mutual aid, either as a staff member or volunteer leader
Friendly and outgoing; ready to meet new people, build relationships, and bring them into the work
Understanding of what is at stake for them in this election, and interested to learn what is at stake for others

What you’ll do
Work with a team to pledge thousands of people to vote to elect leaders who share our values
Field organizing, including tabling, door knocking, phone banking, relational organizing
Talk about issues like housing, LGBTQ+ rights, reproductive rights, the climate crisis, the economy, and voting rights
Spend time on campuses organizing college students
Travel throughout your region to key areas to do field work
Managing volunteers & student leaders, and eventually managing a staff field organizer
Organize rides to the polls programs and voter registration drives
Attend a series of onboarding trainings, and additional trainings as they come up, to learn skills
Uphold the NHYM principles in your work

We are looking for organizers to work across New Hampshire. Some of the places that we plan on doing extensive work are Concord, Durham, Hanover, Keene, Littleton, Manchester, and Plymouth. Locations could be added as we fully build out our plans. Regional Organizers don’t need to live in one of these regions, but will need to be able to travel to one or more of these regions often.

Compensation & Commitment
This position is full time and salaried, compensated at $50,000/year equivalent salary for 40 hours/week on average and paid bi-weekly. Benefits include health, vision, and dental insurance at little or no cost; and paid time off. NHYM reimburses for mileage from travel.

This role ideally starts in late May and continues through November 24, 2024, with the possibility of extending into 2025.

Submit an application here! Deadline to apply is April 12. Applications will remain open until all spots are filled—there are 4 spots available. Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis as applications are submitted.

Any questions can be directed to jonathan@nhyouthmovement.org

More information about NHYM can be found at: nhyouthmovement.org.

NHYM is an equal opportunity, anti-oppressive employer. We are committed to centering leaders of marginalized identities. Working class people; Black, Indigenous, & people of color; members of the LGBTQIAP+ community; people with disabilities; previously incarcerated people; and people under 35 are all highly encouraged to apply. Don’t feel discouraged by lack of professional experience in the listed qualifications; NYHM values lived experience and works to create a positive work environment that encourages growth.