State Voices is a national network – built from the states up – that helps grassroots organizations win civic engagement victories and build long-term political power. Since 2008, we’ve been employing the principles of collective impact, building the capacity of partners with data analysis and shared resources, and strengthening our democracy by amplifying the voices of marginalized communities.
State Voices sustains a dynamic ecosystem of 23 state tables comprised of 784 partner organizations. We provide the organizations in our network with the data, tools, and support they need to help create a healthy and thriving democracy through a racial equity lens. We advance this work through three national programs: Civic Engagement (voter registration and turnout, issue advocacy and constituency engagement), Civic Access (voting rights and election administration), and Civic Representation (census and redistricting).
Florida 501(c)(3) Civic Engagement Table is a state-based collaboration (“Table”) formed to improve long-term coordination and communication among nonprofit, socially responsible civic engagement organizations in Florida. The Florida 501(c)(3) Civic Engagement Table’s nonpartisan mission is to engage underrepresented and socially responsible voters in the democratic process and to establish collective action around common issue areas. Those issue areas include voting rights, quality and affordable health care, economic justice, civil rights, improving public education, and more. Florida 501(c)(3) Civic Engagement Table is a fiscally sponsored project of State Voices.
It’s our collective duty to end the systemic, relentless disenfranchisement targeting communities of color, young adults, LGBTQ people, and single women. That’s why State Voices works year-round to create a more accessible, inclusive, and representative democracy.
We are seeking a creative social justice champion with experience in communications, digital organizing, campaigns, and training facilitation to join our team. The Digital Campaign Coordinator will spearhead the integration of digital organizing plans and strategies, with an emphasis on providing support to table partners. The Digital Campaign Coordinator is part of the field department and works in collaboration with Voter Registration Coordinators to implement digital strategies.
Our ideal candidate has a background in communication; a creative and curious approach to digital tools as well as a data-driven approach; is a self-starter and committed individual who can help craft bigger messages and themes; will possess an unparalleled drive to succeed as part of a team.
- Manage multiple data-capturing mechanisms into one streamlined content management system (in case we get a CRM)
- Work with a consultant to manage and develop a website
- Manage and generate an email program, and potential social media channels
- Work with partners to increase their website and social media traffic through effective digital techniques while generating regular reports on engagement and growth activities in our online platforms and communities
- Build digital toolkits
- Understand and apply data analytics to improve the effectiveness of the work
- Expand the scope and scale of advanced digital engagement tactics by creating and conducting trainings
- Manage tasks and projects concurrently and prioritize work effectively
- Support other team members as needed
- Utilize graphic design skills
The ideal candidate will possess many, if not all, of the following qualifications:
- Experience with and a commitment to understanding racial and gender justice advocacy and organizing as well as a commitment to understanding race, class, gender, and other equity issues as a core of your work and the impact these have on our collective experience
- Experience working with online advertising: Facebook, Google Adwords, Twitter, DSPs, etc.
- Design experience: Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator/Canva/etc.
- Familiarity with coding: HTML and CSS
- Demonstrated experience managing multiple digital media accounts
- Fluency in social media performance metrics and insights
- Familiarity with web design and content management systems
- Comfort with Google Analytics and Facebook Ads
- Creativity and ability to create graphic content
- Ability to problem-solve and manage workflow both collaboratively and independently
- Strong written and interpersonal communication skills in person, on the phone, and in writing
- Experience developing training materials and facilitating trainings and workshops, especially those explaining the use of technology and data to non-technical people
- An eagerness to learn and an interest in helping support the knowledge of others
- A valid driver’s license and transportation to conduct site visits, should that become possible
Additional Preferred Qualifications:
- A minimum of one year’s experience in labor, political, or community organizing or political campaigns
- Bi-lingual or multi-lingual candidates preferred
- Previous experience in policy advocacy or voting rights work
- Send your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to [email protected]
- To ensure your submission is properly routed, use the subject line “Digital Campaign Coordinator”
- Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled; however, preference will be given to resumes received by July 25,
- No calls, please.
Term of Employment: Full-time through December 18, 2020
Location: Remote in-state (Central or South Florida, preferred)
Compensation: Compensation is an annualized salary of $45,000 – $50,000 based on experience and includes a full benefits package. Benefits for eligible State Voices employees include but are not limited to: 100 % employer-paid dental and vision insurance, 75% employer-paid medical insurance, 401(k) savings plan with employer match, paid vacation, leave, sick, and parental leave.
Reports To: Executive Director
State Voices is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified individuals are encouraged to apply without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, sexual orientation, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, veteran status or any other protected characteristic as established under law.