Job Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in joining the End Citizens United team!

 

Deputy Digital Director:

The Deputy Digital Director will work with End Citizens United’s Digital Director to strategize and implement our national digital strategy. The person in this role will coordinate ECU Action Fund’s national email fundraising and advocacy programs to support ECU’s initiatives and endorsed candidates, develop and track KPIs, and work to move our online community of over 3 million members to take offline action. Production, technical, graphic design experience, and strong writing skills are essential to success in this position.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Coordinate ECU Action Fund’s email fundraising and advocacy programs, including, but not limited to planning email campaigns, developing email content, writing and copy editing, managing design, production, and segmentation of emails
  • Implement organic tactics to grow our email, SMS, and social media accounts and membership
  • Strategize and assist implementing digital organizing tactics, using Facebook groups, SMS, and our social networks
  • Track and report key performance of email, SMS, and social media programs
  • Perform additional duties as assigned

The Deputy Digital Director must be a self-starter with at least three to five years of political and/or digital experience. They must have a strong interest in stopping big money in politics and helping elect campaign finance reform champions to Congress. The Deputy Digital Director should have excellent writing and editing skills, experience working in CRMs (Blue State Digital preferred), and be proficient in HTML and CSS. Additionally, they should have good attention to detail, an entrepreneurial spirit, instinct for creative problem-solving, and a sense of humor. End Citizens United offers a competitive salary and benefits package. To apply, email resume and cover letter to jobs@endcitizensunited.org, — subject line “Deputy Digital Director.” No calls, please. This position ends on November 30, 2018.

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State and Local Coordinator:

The State and Local Coordinator assists the Director in liaising with non-federal candidate and ballot initiative campaigns, assessing new endorsement opportunities, and updating the rest of staff on the progress of these efforts. This position ends on November 30, 2018.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Coordinate questionnaire process with non-federal campaigns
  • Work with supervisor to refine and apply messaging for reform champions
  • Serve as liaison between ECU and endorsed campaigns
  • Compose assessments of campaigns seeking endorsements
  • Participate in conversations with national, state, and local partner organizations
  • Coordinate with other ECU departments as needed and perform additional duties as assigned

The State and Local Coordinator must perform well both independently and in a team setting. They must have a strong interest in stopping the flow of Big Money in our elections. They are expected to have at least 1 full cycle of political experience, preferably on a campaign. The Assistant should possess excellent communication and organizational skills, strong attention to detail, an instinct for anticipating and creatively solving problems, the initiative to propose solutions and fill in voids, and a robust sense of humor.

End Citizens United offers a competitive salary and benefits package. To apply, email resume and cover letter to jobs@endcitizensunited.org, subject line “Non-Federal”. No calls, please.

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Deputy Political Director:

The Deputy Political Director is an integral part of the political department and is responsible for helping to create, lead, and direct political efforts for End Citizens United. S/he will work with ECU’s Political Director to monitor and track key races and maintain relationships with endorsed campaigns.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Working with Political Director to oversee and maintain ECU’s relationships with candidates, campaigns, party committees, and partner organizations
  • Tracking ECU’s priority campaigns
  • Making recommendations on candidate endorsements
  • Closely monitoring U.S. Senate and House political landscape for opportunities for ECU engagement
  • Perform additional duties as assigned

The Deputy Political Director must be a self-starter with two to three cycles of political experience. Federal campaign experience is highly desired. The Deputy Political Director must have a strong interest in stopping big money in politics and helping elect campaign finance reform champions to Congress, possess excellent communication skills, good attention to detail, the ability to think on one’s feet, and a sense of humor. The Deputy Political Director must be willing to travel extensively and be committed to the diversity of our candidates, membership, partners, and staff.

End Citizens United offers a competitive salary and benefits package. To apply, email resume and cover letter to jobs@endcitizensunited.org, — subject line “Deputy Political Director.” This position is through November 30, 2018. No calls, please.

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Political and Advocacy Assistant:

The Political and Advocacy Assistant is an integral team member helping to assist in the political and advocacy efforts for End Citizens United and ECU Action Fund. S/he will provide support to other members of the team and oversees the department’s intern.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Manages ECU candidate endorsement requests, meetings and process
  • Organizes, staffs and prepares for candidate and Member meetings
  • Organizes systems for PAC contributions
  • Tracks contacts with incumbent elected officials and helps execute advocacy programs
  • Closely monitors U.S. Senate and House political landscape for opportunities for ECU engagement
  • Hires and manages Political Intern
  • Perform additional duties as assigned

The Political and Advocacy Assistant must be a self-starter with at least two cycles of political experience. Federal campaign experience is highly desired. Must have a strong interest in stopping Big Money in politics and helping elect campaign finance reform champions to Congress, possess excellent communication skills, good attention to detail, the ability to think on one’s feet, and a sense of humor. The Political and Advocacy Assistant must be willing to travel and be committed to the diversity of our candidates, membership, partners, and staff.

End Citizens United offers a competitive salary and benefits package. To apply, email resume and cover letter to jobs@endcitizensunited.org, — subject line “Political and Advocacy Assistant.” This position is through November 30, 2018.

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