The ideal candidate is an experienced organizer who is familiar with Vermont politics and motivated by a desire to build an alternative political party. Administrative multi-tasking, ability to work independently and effective community outreach are key to this position. At least two years of administrative experience in the non-profit sector and/or previous political organizing preferred. Must be able to work evenings and weekends as needed.
Must show strong proficiency and skills in: writing; internal organizational outreach and external community outreach skills; communications systems skills and set-up; event planning; collaboration skills with individuals and organizations; issue-based or political organizing campaign planning and implementation skills; social media administrator skills; general database management, specifically Civi; and supervision of volunteers.
Lobbying experience, website skills and fundraising experience a plus, but not required.
Required skills: People-oriented; detail oriented; able to work independently and collaboratively; strong writing/communication skills; able to meet deadlines; Excel and Google platform skills.
Minimum qualifications: 2 years of organizing experience (community organizing or political campaign organizing) and operational/administrative experience in a non-profit or political party.
Compensation: $40K, $5K towards health insurance premium cost; full dental insurance; 28 CTO/holidays days a year.
For serious inquires and a complete job description, please contact VPP Chair, Emma Mulvaney-Stanak at . Applications due April 18, 2016.
Please submit applications by email only.