2018 Maryland Coordinated Campaign - Resume Bank
The Maryland Democratic Party will be hiring staff for the 2018 statewide coordinated campaign. We are collecting resumes for a variety of positions that will be available after the Primary Election on June 26. Please fill out the below form if you are interested in working on the 2018 Maryland coordinated campaign.
The Maryland Democratic Party is hiring Outreach Organizers for the 2018 cycle. Outreach Organizers are responsible for outreach to local stakeholders, recruiting, training and managing regional volunteer teams, coordinating phone banks and canvasses, and organizing local grassroots trainings. The chosen candidates will be directly responsible for building a grassroots organization and meeting recruitment goals to deliver the margin of victory in their region.
Other Jobs in Maryland
Campaign Field Director for A State Legislative Team (suburban Maryland)
(This is not for the 2018 Maryland Democratic Party coordinated campaign)
Experienced campaign field organizer to run field operations for progressive state legislative team in Democratic district in suburban Maryland. Focus on door knocking, community events, volunteer mobilization, phone banking, and early voting/election day. Start ASAP and work through general election, with Sept-Nov priority on maximizing vote for whole ticket including US Senator Cardin and Congressmen Hoyer, Brown, and Sarbanes and democratic nominee for governor. Key attributes needed are outstanding organization skills, attention to detail, personality to motivate volunteers, and ability to take direction. Send resume and references to email@example.com.
Campaign Manager – MD State Senate RaceA highly motivated, hard working candidate seeks a professional campaign manager to oversee all aspects of the campaign including day to day operations and on-going coordination with the candidate. Must be able to developing and implement a campaign plan including a field program, communications and messaging (including press releases and social media), outreach, and budgeting. Also, oversee and execute finance strategy; aid the candidate with best practices for solicitation and call time as needed; manage all finance-related data and ensures all financial filings are accurateContact: Holly Wright firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Congressional Affairs for Secular Coalition for America
The Director of Congressional Affairs (DCA) for the Secular Coalition for America (SCA) is the organization's chief representative before Capitol Hill and the Administration. The DCA is responsible for the policy and advocacy agenda for the SCA, as well as being an effective, trustworthy, and resourceful lobbyist.
Primary responsibilities will include staffing and driving the candidate at and to events, coordinating travel and the candidate's schedule, and ensuring logistics for the team run smoothly. Team member will have the opportunity to grow and gain skillsets pertaining to political work on the local, state, and federal level. Requirements: strong organizational and interpersonal skills, dependability, access to a vehicle, and residency in or near Baltimore County. Compensation based on experience.
The campaign does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, military status, gender identity, or expression, or sexual orientation, or in any of its activities or operations.
Please send resume, cover letter, and two references to email@example.com. We are reviewing candidates for immediate placement.
Senior Associate at Mellinger Group
Woman-owned, established and rapidly-growing Democratic fundraising firm is seeking to fill a Senior Associate position with opportunities to advance.
As a Senior Associate, you will work directly with Democratic candidates and progressive organizations at the federal, state, and local levels on all aspects of their current and long-term fundraising operations.
Duties include, but are not limited to, managing multiple client accounts, coaching clients on best fundraising practices and call time, planning and staffing candidate call time and fundraising events, assisting with the management of other staff members, donor research, and office management.
Candidates for the position should have:
- Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
- A willingness to learn in a fast-paced environment
- Strong work ethic and dedication to an exemplary work product
- The ability to multi-task, working with a variety of clients simultaneously
- Adaptability to thrive in varied working environments
- Strong self-motivation
- Good humor and political savvy
The ideal candidate has between 1-3 years of fundraising experience, preferably as a Finance Director or assistant for a campaign, as well as extensive experience with NGP and have strong familiarity with all of its features. Experience writing and executing a fundraising plan is preferred.
Must have reliable transportation.
Please send your resume, three references and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Equal Opportunity Employer. Candidates with experience working in historically--marginalized communities strongly encouraged to apply.