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Regional Organizing Directors | Fair Share for Massachusetts
Location: Greater Worcester, the Merrimack Valley, or Boston
Hours: Full-time
Compensation: $4,000 - $7,000/month, commensurate with experience and region size, with benefits
Start Date: Immediately
To apply: Email resume and cover letter to lillian@fairsharema.com. Include job title and preferred region (Greater Worcester, the Merrimack Valley, or Boston) in the subject line. 

The Regional Organizing Director will report to the Field Director. They will take responsibility for running and executing the statewide field plan within their assigned turf. This field plan will require different work during different phases of the campaign. In the first two quarters of the year it will include mostly political organizing such as passing municipal resolutions, earning democratic committee endorsements, outreach to small businesses, and management of partner organizations. Later in the year, this work will mostly transition to traditional electoral field organizing including hitting goals and benchmarks with regards to volunteers, phones, and doors. Regional Organizing Directors will manage campaign fellows and coach volunteer leaders. 

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: 
  • Developing and managing relationships with partner organizations to engage them in organizing work
  • Outreach to and mobilization of small businesses, local elected officials, and community influencers
  • Coaching campaign fellows and volunteers teams to power the campaign. 
  • Hitting weekly goals and campaign benchmarks. 
  • Planning and executing grassroots actions and local events 
  • Managing voter persuasion and GOTV programs, including phonebanks and canvasses 

Qualifications: 
  • Past organizing, campaign, or political experience. 
  • Experience training and managing others. 
  • Access to a vehicle strongly preferred. 
  • Familiarity with Greater Worcester, the Merrimack Valley, or Boston strongly preferred. 
BIPOC Community Organizers | Fair Share for Massachusetts
Location: Brockton, Lowell/Lawrence, Springfield, Worcester, or Lynn/Salem
Hours: Full-time
Compensation: $6,000/month (or $72,000 a year) with benefits
Start Date: Immediately
To apply: Email resume and cover letter to shanique@fairsharema.com. Include job title and preferred area (Brockton, Lowell/Lawrence, Springfield, Worcester, or Lynn/Salem) in the subject line. 
 

BIPOC Community Organizers will report to the BIPOC Community Director. They will take responsibility for running and executing a city/town field plan within their assigned regional turf. This Organizer will work collaboratively with the BIPOC Community Statewide Director to execute a field plan uniquely designed to increase support and voter turn out for the Fair Share Amendment. 

The responsibilities of this role will shift during different phases of the campaign. In the earlier parts of the campaign the Organizer will be assisting in passing local municipal resolutions, local Democratic committee endorsements, building relationships with BIPOC leaders, businesses and activists in their city/town. As the campaign draws nearer to election day the organizer will be transitioning to full electoral field organizing focused on hitting campaign goals and benchmarks with regards to volunteers, phones, and doors. BIPOC Community Organizers will also manage campaign fellows and coach volunteer leaders. 

 

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: 

  • Developing and managing relationships with partner organizations to engage them in organizing work

  • Support Outreach to and mobilization of BIPOC small businesses, BIPOC local elected officials, and BIPOC community influencers. 

  • Working with Field Director and Political Director to help pass local city/town resolutions and identifying Dem Committees to endorse Fair Share.

  • Supporting C3 partner canvasses and phone banks by launching, training and supplying materials for volunteers or partner orgs when necessary. 

  • Training, coaching, and managing campaign fellows and volunteers teams to power the campaign.

  • Hitting weekly goals and campaign benchmarks. 

  • Planning and executing grassroots actions and local events that center BIPOC voices and the community. 

  • Managing voter persuasion and GOTV programs, including phonebanks and canvasses.

  • Attend weekly strategy meetings with BIPOC Community Director to help inform strategies and targeting in the Organizer's turf.

Qualifications: 

  • Previous canvassing, sales or customer service experience is a plus but not required

  • Past work/internship experience in organizing, campaign, or politics is a plus. 

  • Conversational in any of the following languages: Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, Central Kahmer is a plus but not required. 

  • Experience training and managing volunteers is a plus. 

  • Access to a vehicle strongly preferred. 

  • Familiarity with MA cities and towns strongly preferred. 

  • Highly Organized with strong attention to details. 

  • Must be comfortable working for and talking to people from diverse backgrounds and constituencies 

Campaign Fellows | Fair Share for Massachusetts

Location: Massachusetts, statewide
Hours: 15 hours weekly; minimum 8-week commitment
Compensation: $1,000 monthly stipend
Start Date: Desired start date for Summer Fellows is June 27; desired start date for the Fall Fellows is September 12.
Apply here.

The Fellowship Program will aim to meaningfully engage folks who are new to electoral organizing and those looking to gain experience working on campaigns. Fellows will be placed in one of the following campaign departments: BIPOC Organizing, Data, Digital, Communications, Organizing, Political. Fellows will rank their department preferences. The fellowship program will include but is not limited to:
  • Weekly voter contact events and the opportunity to take a leadership role in running them
  • Regular professional development sessions with campaign leadership
  • Focused work within specified campaign departments based on individual fellow interest
  • Direct support and management from senior campaign staff and the opportunity to lead projects
     
Qualifications:
  • A desire to learn more about electoral organizing and grow your skill sets
  • The ability to meet deadlines under both pressure and tight timelines
  • A openness to conduct voter contact including talking to voters on the doors and phones
  • Flexible and reliable including the ability to work nights and weekends
  • Access to a vehicle strongly preferred and fluency in languages other than English a plus

Diverse candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. The Raise Up Massachusetts 2022 ballot committee is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, genetic information, protected veterans, marital or familial status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability status, criminal record information (except where permitted under applicable law), or any other category prohibited by local, state or federal law.

Be a part of the movement for a fair Massachusetts.