Overview

About the Position

Field Organizers play an essential role in gaining more public support from Latines, for our organization’s aligned policies and values. During Election years, Field Organizers are assigned to county campaigns where they are responsible for a team of canvassers and volunteers meeting their campaign goals.

Responsibilities Include

Electoral Campaign Work 

  • During an electoral or voter registration campaign, implement campaign field plans in assigned county and/or turf
  • Recruit and develop canvassers to help meet specific campaign goals, that can include but are not limited to:
    • Number of doors knocks
    • Number of “commit to vote” cards
    • Number of voter registrations
    • Coordinate canvassers’ schedules to maximize their impact on campaign goals
    • Conduct regular trainings, roleplays and/or debriefs as needed to ensure high quality conversations in addition to meeting goals

 General Field Work

  • Work closely with supervisor to create and implement a year-round field plan for assigned counties and/or turf that include specific goals for:
    • Number of doors knocks
    • Number of organizing conversations completed
    • Number of new contacts
  • Work closely with supervisor to create and implement a year-round field plan for assigned counties and/or turf that include specific goals for:

Administrative Work

  • Maintain a weekly/monthly work plan
  • Actively participate in weekly supervision meetings
  • Actively participate in weekly team meetings
  • Maintain and update necessary administrative and organizing data weekly, according to team deadlines (receipt collection, organizing data entry, etc. )

Requirements

  • At least 1-2 years of community engagement (does not have to be formal field organizing, but demonstrated community involvement)
  • Strong interpersonal skills; a deep understanding of trust-building, maintaining strong relationships, and the ability to communicate with people across difference
  • Strong problem-solving skills and the ability to be adaptable and flexible in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously, meeting frequent and tight deadlines
  • An excellent collaborator and team player
  • A willingness to work nights and weekends when needed
  • Fluent in Spanish
  • Reliable access to transportation

Location

Greater Mecklenburg County Area

Benefits and Compensation

This is a full-time, salaried temporary position at the equivalent of $58,000 yearly salary. We offer employer-based health care for the family and a generous paid time off policy. This position runs through mid-January 2025, with the possibility of becoming a permanent position.

How to Apply

Please upload a cover letter, resume, and at least three references to ops@siembranc.org Position will remain open until filled.

In your email or cover letter, please include how you heard about this position.

 

To apply for this job email your details to ops@siembranc.org