P Street, the progressive alternative to K Street and sister organization to the Progressive Change Campaign Committee, seeks a senior member of our government relations team to engage allies in  Congress and the executive branch to build strategies that move bold progressive ideas into law.

We call this work “lobbying-organizing” because we apply an organizer’s ethos to our relationships — not just advocating for policies, but building win-win partnerships and strategies We advocate on behalf of working families, not big corporations or special interests, and serve as a force multiplier for work happening throughout the progressive movement.

This senior position is a great opportunity for people with government experience and strategic minds who have seen great strategic plays get bottled up — by conservative thinking, by overly-siloed focus, or a lack of tools to run effective plays. On a given week, we engage the Biden-Harris Administration, top Senate and House leadership offices, other congressional offices across the political spectrum, think tanks, grassroots allies, media, and pundits. The Progressive Change Campaign Committee  also engages candidates and emails thousands of constituents in every state, providing extra tools for legislative strategy. Our other sister organization, the Progressive Change Institute, does polling and other activities that help influence the public debate.

If you are strategic, nimble, at your best when you have many arrows in your quiver, and want a broad lane to maneuver, we encourage you to apply.


In pursuit of this vision, your responsibilities will include:

Engaging Capitol Hill and/or Executive Branch offices on policy and strategy.
Engaging relevant organizational partners on strategy and planning.
Opportunity spotting and constructing win-win partnerships with offices and organizational allies.
Integrating grassroots and media tactics into a government relations strategy.
Internal collaboration — working collaboratively with a team to advance strategy.
Project management of strategy as we push issues into the mainstream and into law.

A minimum of five (5) years of significant government experience in the legislative or executive branch
Has established relationships on Capitol Hill and/or the Executive Branch, and with policy and grassroots organizational partners.
Has a track record of thinking outside the box and developing ideas into legislative action.
Experience identifying opportunities, constructing and implementing strategies.
A deep commitment to progressive values, racial equity, and social and environmental justice.
Additional Skills and Experience:

Background in grassroots organizing
Campaign experience
Media relationships and communications strategy experience
Other members of our communications and organizing teams will go deeper on media and grassroots implementation, but they will rely on you for strategic direction. A working understanding of those areas would inform your strategy, and you would be expected to advance some steps such as building partnerships with senior organizational leaders or briefing reporters.


Salary is commensurate with skills and experience and will fall between $95,000 – $115,000 per year, with upward mobility and payscale over time. All positions come with generous health/dental/vision benefits, life insurance, and an optional retirement account.

Our team is virtual, with staff around the country. It is our strong preference that this role be Washington, DC based.

We believe in equality of opportunity for all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, age, national origin, or disability status.


Upload your resume and cover letter here.

We are looking to fill this position as quickly as possible. Applications will be considered as they are received.

About Progressive Change Campaign Committee, P Street

The Progressive Change Campaign Committee (BoldProgressives.org) is a million member grassroots organization building power at the local, state and federal levels. It engages in electoral work and issue advocacy work -- fighting on democracy issues and for economic populist priorities like expanding Social Security, Medicare For All, a Green New Deal, student debt cancellation, and Wall Street reform. PCCC has been a proud supporter of Elizabeth Warren since her first run for Senate and was the first national political organization to endorse her for president in the 2020 election.