Hiring Immediately – $19-$21/hr, Full-time & Part-time
Petitioners Needed to Hold Politicians Accountable!
No Fundraising Needed!

We’re urgently hiring campaign staff to gather petition signatures from Oregon voters and put an important initiative on the ballot in 2022! Petitioners are paid hourly to canvass a busy public place and ask passersby to stop and sign a petition with their name and date saying they want the chance to vote on the issue. This is not a fundraising position!

The Hold Politicians Accountable initiative (IP14) aims to prevent political gridlock caused by lawmakers not showing up for votes. Over the past three years, this gridlock has shut down the government and stopped progress addressing climate change, the housing crisis, and disaster relief. It will create real consequences for politicians by barring anyone with 10 unexcused absences from running for reelection the following term.

We know people are on our side and over this type of partisan politics: Recent polls show that 84% of voters support this measure. However, we need to deliver 150,000 signatures from Oregon voters to the Secretary of State’s office before the end of June.

Get paid well! Petitioning positions start at $17-$21/hour. We offer overtime pay, paid training, sick pay, and bonuses for friend referrals. All team members have the opportunity to earn an extra $50 for referring someone who is hired and works at least 4 shifts.

Full time and part time work! We offer a flexible schedule that includes weekdays and weekends. Full Time staff work up to 40 hours a week and are eligible for health care. Part time staff work at least three days a week.

Stay Safe! We have strict health and safety protocols and we provide all of the training and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) you will need to do this job safely.

Apply here: https://www.theoutreachteam.net/interest-form-tot/?SC=MovementBuildersPetition

Location: Bend, OR

We are committed to equity, inclusion, and anti-racism. We are an equal opportunity employer and we strongly encourage Black, indigenous, people of color, women, people with previous felony convictions, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, and others who identify with underrepresented groups to apply.