Do you hate wasteful government spending? Do you hate cruelty to puppies and kittens? If you answered yes, read on: this might be your dream career opportunity. We’re looking for a Campaign Coordinator to help us build the future, today.
Why You Want This Opportunity: White Coat Waste Project (WCW) is a bipartisan organization supported by 400,000+ liberty-lovers and animal-lovers opposed to the government’s wasteful spending on animal experiments. National Review says it’s a “refreshing consensus-building argument.” The Richmond Times-Dispatch says WCW’s “message has infiltrated the federal government.” Here’s why:
- De-funded the Dept. of Veterans Affairs dog labs: 1st time in American history Congress defunded dog testing at an entire federal agency.
- Ended FDA’s baby monkey nicotine addiction experiments and compelled FDA to establish its first-ever Animal Welfare Council.
- Passed the first-ever law to cut state tax funding of maximum pain cat and dog labs
- Made headline news over 586x times in 18 months, more than any other animal testing origination, including front cover investigations in USA Today, New York Times, Fox News, and many more.
- Secured the first-ever federal audits of animal testing spending in American history
WATCH: our top WINS for taxpayers and animals in 2017
Position Summary: The Campaign Coordinator will report to the Vice President of Advocacy and Public Policy and help grow WCW’s mission of exposing and ending $15 billion in wasteful taxpayer-funded animal experiments. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter. S/he will use her experience in strategic thinking, communications, operations and advocacy to support, promote, and grow WCW’s high visibility and high-impact grassroots campaigns, media investigations, legislative advocacy, and public policy initiatives. Candidates must be based in the Washington, DC metro area.
- Assist in the development and execution of campaign strategies, establish and track metrics, and implement systems to win public policy campaigns
- Coordinate efforts to organize, mobilize, and energize WCW members toward defined public policy goals
- Write campaign-focused content for the website, email blasts, social media platforms, earned media (op-eds, letters), and other online channels
- Coordinate the creation of campaign assets, including graphics, videos, ads, collateral
- Produce and manage digital content, including blog posts, social media and videos
- Write and manage content that summarizes and advances our policy priorities for stakeholders, coalition partners, and target audiences
- Coordinate public policy efforts with grassroots campaigns to ensure maximum impact and visibility. Execute tactics that advance our policy priorities
- Maintain databases of contact with policymakers and advocates
- Support and implement the day-to-day operations of WCW’s grassroots and public policy campaigns
- Develop and implement systems to ensure all campaign elements are coordinated to ensure successful outcomes
- Develop and implement systems to assess programs’ success
- Ensure standard operating procedures are maintained and identify opportunities for efficiency.
Other duties as needed
A competitive candidate will have the following background, knowledge, skills and abilities:
- 3-5 years of substantive experience in grassroots advocacy, campaigns, and/or public policy
- Fully committed to WCW’s mission of stopping taxpayer funding for animal experimentation
- Self-starter with outstanding time management skills and professional judgment.
- Demonstrated interest in public policy, government relations, stakeholder engagement, and/or federal, state, or local politics or policy.
- Excellent written communications skills.
- Strong digital skills preferred including experience with social media, online video, and/or blogging.
- Strong organizational skills and excellent attention to detail.
- Excellent verbal communications skills, and ability to multitask and adjust priorities as workload changes.
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
Compensation: This is a full-time position. Compensation is commensurate with experience. The Campaign Coordinator will work remotely from a home office and will be working with others who are remote employees.
To Apply: Send resume, cover letter, references, and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org with a subject line: Campaign Coordinator.