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Organizing Director Austin, TX
Constituency Organizer | Millennial / Gen Z Austin, TX
Constituency Organizer | LGBTQ+ Austin, TX
Constituency Organizer | People with Disabilities Austin, TX
Constituency Organizer | African American Austin, TX
Voter Protection Director Austin, TX
VAN Assistant Austin, TX
County Services Coordinator Austin, TX
Deputy Candidate Services Director Austin, TX
Internships Austin, TX
Office Manager Austin, TX
Fellowship: Resume Bank Austin, TX

Organizing Director

Texas is the biggest battleground state in the country, and Texas Democrats are poised to win. The polls are showing Donald Trump loses to a Democratic champion and we are in a dead heat for the United States Senate.

The TDP is seeking a top-tier, self-motivated, and innovative Organizing Director who will be responsible for creating a strategic field plan (in collaboration with the party and political leadership), building an ambitious volunteer development program, and executing a massive statewide voter turnout operation. This person will work closely with the political, data, and training departments to develop and execute 2019 and 2020 programs.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Developing a volunteer-driven voter contact program that supports electoral efforts up-and-down-the-ballot
  • Training, managing and supporting a team of regionally distributed organizers and managers dedicated to expanding our volunteer base capacity
  • Training, managing and supporting a special team of organizers focused on registering, training, and mobilizing core Democratic constituencies
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  • ring an organizational culture of accountability, sustainability, respect, and excellence

  • Working collaboratively with other senior staff to ensure all departments are creating something greater than the sum of its parts

Requirements include:

  • Three cycles of organizing experience (electoral, advocacy, political or union organizing)
  • At least two years of experience managing staff
  • Superior project management skills, including effective task delegation and tracking, and familiarity with collaborative task management tools
  • Demonstrated a history of excellent staff management, including staff training
  • Proficiency with voter registration efforts, base-vote and get-out-the-vote drives
  • Ability to communicate priorities, needs, and expectations up and down the chain of command
  • Strong lateral management skills
  • Proficiency with organizing tools, including Votebuilder/VAN, MobilizeAmerica, and / or texting platforms
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to effectively and clearly communicate with different types of stakeholders, from high level elected officials to grassroots activists
  • An absolute commitment to complete the 2020 cycle at the Texas Democratic Party

Preferred background and experience:

  • Experience organizing in communities of color and/or non-English-speaking communities
  • Leadership position within a state party
  • Texas ties and / or battleground state experience

Send resume, cover letter to [email protected] using the subject line: “Organizing Director: (First Name, Last Name)”.


 

Millennial / Gen Z Constituency Organizer

The Texas Democratic Party is currently seeking applications for the newly created Millennial / Gen Z Constituency Organizer position. The Constituency Organizer will develop and leverage relationships in order to directly support voter contact programs that perform targeted outreach to the Millennial / Gen Z community across the state. Exceptional candidates have previous experience in campaign, union, or constituency group organizing.

The Constituency Organizer must be a self-starter, team builder, and must care deeply about the future success of progressive politics in Texas. The Constituency Organizer will report directly to the Deputy Organizing Director.

The position is full-time and cycle only.

Core Responsibilities:

  • Be an ambassador of the Texas Democratic Party across the state.
  • Develop relationships with key local leaders of the Democratic Party, and build partnerships that support the coordinated organizing effort.
  • Recruit, train, and empower volunteers to become leaders and create local teams for voter contact activities
  • Coordinate with local parties and campaigns in facilitating trainings of local volunteers.
  • Assist with organizing and advancing State Party & Statewide events.
  • Additional duties as assigned by the Deputy Organizing Director.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Set up or participate in regular calls/meetings with state party’s Young Democrats and
  • College Democrats caucuses.
  • Set up 1:1 conversations with key Millennial / Gen Z community leaders contacts – covering each county in the state.
  • Build a list of Millennial / Gen Z leaders statewide that can be engaged to support the state’s organizing plan
  • Work with Deputy Organizing Director to set up regular voter contact events
  • Collaborate with the Deputy Organizing Director to give Millennial / Gen Z specific input on eventual field and organizing plan.
  • Identify and train surrogates from the Millennial / Gen Z community to participate in events and press calls.
  • Regularly collect stories of Donald Trump and the Republican Party’s impact on the Millennial / Gen Z community.
  • Liaise and collaborate with partner organizations engaged in youth and campus organizing.

Required Skills:

  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Highly organized and committed to details
  • Ability to juggle multiple tasks and deadlines at once
  • Team building and motivating team members

Required Tools:

  • Reliable transportation
  • A reliable laptop
  • A reliable cell phone

Preferred Experience:

  • Experience managing staff and volunteers
  • Experience working in diverse communities
  • Experience working with community leaders
  • Experience in digital and distributed organizing
  • Experience in organizing in rural, suburban, and urban areas.

Salary: $42,000/yr

How to Apply:
Send your resume, a cover letter, and three professional references via email to [email protected] using the subject line: “Millennial / Gen Z Constituency Organizer (First Name, Last Name)”.


 

LGBTQ+ Constituency Organizer

The Texas Democratic Party is currently seeking applications for the newly created LGBTQ+ Constituency Organizer position. The Constituency Organizer will develop and leverage relationships in order to directly support voter contact programs that perform targeted outreach to the LGBTQ+ community across the state. Exceptional candidates have previous experience in campaign, union, or constituency group organizing.

The Constituency Organizer must be a self-starter, team builder, and must care deeply about the future success of progressive politics in Texas. The Constituency Organizer will report directly to the Deputy Organizing Director.

The position is full-time and cycle only.

Core Responsibilities:

  • Be an ambassador of the Texas Democratic Party across the state.
  • Develop relationships with key local leaders of the Democratic Party, and build partnerships that support the coordinated organizing effort.
  • Recruit, train, and empower volunteers to become leaders and create local teams for voter contact activities
  • Coordinate with local parties and campaigns in facilitating trainings of local volunteers.
  • Assist with organizing and advancing State Party & Statewide events.
  • Additional duties as assigned by the Deputy Organizing Director.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Set up or participate in regular calls/meetings with state party’s LGBTQ+ caucuses.
  • Set up 1:1 meetings with key LGBTQ+ community leaders contacts – covering each county in the state.
  • Build a list of LGBTQ+ leaders statewide that can be engaged to support the state’s organizing plan
  • Work with the Deputy Organizing Director to set up regular voter contact events
  • Collaborate with the Deputy Organizing Director to give LGBTQ+ specific input on eventual field and organizing plan.
  • Identify and train surrogates from the LGBTQ+ community to participate in events and press calls.
  • Regularly collect stories of Donald Trump and the Republican Party’s impact on the LGBTQ+ community.

Required Skills:

  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Highly organized and committed to details
  • Ability to juggle multiple tasks and deadlines at once
  • Team building and motivating team members

Required Tools:

  • Reliable transportation
  • A reliable laptop
  • A reliable cell phone

Preferred Experience:

  • Experience managing staff and volunteers
  • Experience working in diverse communities
  • Experience working with community leaders
  • Experience in digital and distributed organizing
  • Experience in organizing in rural, suburban, and urban areas.

Salary: $42,000/yr

How to Apply:
Send your resume, a cover letter, and three professional references via email to [email protected] using the subject line: “LGBTQ+ Constituency Organizer (First Name, Last Name)”.


 

Constituency Organizer for People with Disabilities

The Texas Democratic Party is currently seeking applications for the newly created Constituency Organizer for People with Disabilities position. This Constituency Organizer will develop and leverage relationships to directly support voter contact programs that perform targeted outreach to the community of people with disabilities across the state. Exceptional candidates have previous experience in campaign, union, or constituency group organizing.

The Constituency Organizer must be a self-starter, team builder, and must care deeply about the future success of progressive politics in Texas. The Constituency Organizer will report directly to the Deputy Organizing Director.

The position is full-time and cycle only.

Core Responsibilities:

  • Be an ambassador of the Texas Democratic Party across the state.
  • Develop relationships with key local leaders of the Democratic Party, and build partnerships that support the coordinated organizing effort.
  • Recruit, train, and empower volunteers to become leaders and create local teams for voter contact activities
  • Coordinate with local parties and campaigns in facilitating trainings of local volunteers.
  • Assist with organizing and advancing State Party & Statewide events.
  • Additional duties as assigned by the Deputy Organizing Director.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Set up or participate in regular calls/meetings with state party’s Disability Caucus.
  • Set up 1:1 conversations with key community leaders – covering each county in the state.
  • Build a list of leaders within this community statewide that can be engaged to support the state’s organizing plan
  • Work with the Deputy Organizing Director to set up and ensure the accessibility of voter contact events hosted by TDP, and provide similar support for local party organizations and Democratic campaigns
  • Collaborate with the Deputy Organizing Director to give specific input on eventual field and organizing plan around people with disabilities.
  • Identify and train surrogates from this community to participate in events and press calls.
  • Regularly collect stories of Donald Trump and the Republican Party’s impact on those who have a disability.

Required Skills:

  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Highly organized and committed to details
  • Ability to juggle multiple tasks and deadlines at once
  • Team building and motivating team members

Required Tools:

  • Reliable transportation
  • A reliable laptop
  • A reliable cell phone

Preferred Experience:

  • Experience managing staff and volunteers
  • Experience working in diverse communities
  • Experience working with community leaders
  • Experience in digital and distributed organizing
  • Experience in organizing in rural, suburban, and urban areas.

Salary: $42,000/yr

How to Apply:
Send your resume, a cover letter, and three professional references via email to [email protected] using the subject line: “Disability Constituency Organizer (First Name, Last Name)”.


 

African American Constituency Organizer

The Texas Democratic Party is currently seeking applications for the newly created African American Constituency Organizer position. The Constituency Organizer will develop and leverage relationships in order to directly support voter contact programs that perform targeted outreach to the African American community across the state. Exceptional candidates have previous experience in campaign, union, or constituency group organizing.

The Constituency Organizer must be a self-starter, team builder, and must care deeply about the future success of progressive politics in Texas. The Constituency Organizer will report directly to the Deputy Organizing Director.

The position is full-time and cycle only.

Core Responsibilities:

  • Be an ambassador of the Texas Democratic Party across the state.
  • Develop relationships with key local leaders of the Democratic Party, and build partnerships that support the coordinated organizing effort.
  • Recruit, train, and empower volunteers to become leaders and create local teams for voter contact activities
  • Coordinate with local parties and campaigns in facilitating trainings of local volunteers.
  • Assist with organizing and advancing State Party & Statewide events.
  • Additional duties as assigned by the Deputy Organizing Director.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Set up or participate in regular calls/meetings with state party’s African American caucus.
  • Set up 1:1 conversations with key African American community leaders contacts – covering each county in the state.
  • Build a list of African American leaders statewide that can be engaged to support the state’s organizing plan
  • Work with Deputy Organizing Director to set up regular voter contact events
  • Collaborate with the Deputy Organizing Director to give African American specific input on eventual field and organizing plan.
  • Identify and train surrogates from the African American community to participate in events and press calls.
  • Regularly collect stories of Donald Trump and the Republican Party’s impact on the African American community.

Required Skills:

  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Highly organized and committed to details
  • Ability to juggle multiple tasks and deadlines at once
  • Team building and motivating team members

Required Tools:

  • Reliable transportation
  • A reliable laptop
  • A reliable cell phone

Preferred Experience:

  • Experience managing staff and volunteers
  • Experience working in diverse communities
  • Experience working with community leaders
  • Experience in digital and distributed organizing
  • Experience in organizing in rural, suburban, and urban areas.

Salary: $42,000/yr

How to Apply:
Send your resume, a cover letter, and three professional references via email to [email protected] using the subject line: “African American Constituency Organizer (First Name, Last Name)”.


 

Office Manager

Are you a dynamic, detail-oriented administrative professional? Do you have mad organizational and multitasking skills? If so, we need you as part of our team! The Texas Democratic Party is accepting applications for the position of Office Manager. The successful candidate will support our staff by ensuring that the requirements of day-to-day operations are consistently met. The individual we are looking for will be the ultimate team player as they help our office to run smoothly by performing the following functions:

  • Monitoring general email and voicemail accounts for the organization
  • Process and deliver mail
  • Help schedule meetings and travel
  • Assist with venue scouting for events and meetings
  • Onboarding and setting up emails for new employees
  • Order name tags and business cards as needed
  • Email administration of staff
  • Intraoffice phone system management, including troubleshooting
  • Manage office supplies and budget for supplies and snacks
  • Assist Operations Department with entry of checks received and other duties as they arise

For consideration, you should possess the following abilities:

  • Proficient in GSuite
  • Knowledge of AirTable helpful
  • Familiarity with VAN helpful
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
  • Flexibility to work outside “regular” office hours
  • Willingness to learn and take on extra projects when necessary

How to Apply: Send your resume, a cover letter and three professional references to [email protected] using the subject line: Office Manager.

Deputy Candidate Services Director

Texas is the biggest battleground state in the country, and Texas Democrats are poised to win. The polls are showing Donald Trump loses to a Democratic champion and we are in a dead heat for the United States Senate.

Given the increased tendency of candidates to announce earlier in the election cycle, it is critical that the Texas Democratic Party initiate communication with campaigns early, provide valuable guidance and tools (i.e., a “campaign in a box”), and build trust to secure candidate participation in a robust 2020 coordinated campaign.

The TDP is seeking a top-tier, self-motivated, and innovative Deputy Candidate Services Director to help execute an ambitious, statewide program providing extensive resources and services to candidates up and down the ballot. This person will work closely with the political, data, and training departments to execute 2019 and 2020 programs.

The position will be based in Austin and will require significant statewide travel.

Duties include but are not limited to:

    • Work with the Candidate Services Director, along with county and state partner organizations, on candidate recruitment efforts, with an eye for targeted pipeline development;
    • Seek opportunities and support efforts to increase diversity of candidates, campaign-related staff, and the campaigns team;
    • Develop and maintain political relationships with local progressive organizations supporting candidates running in competitive races;
    • Manage services to a portfolio of campaigns, assisting directly with:
      • Identifying and recruiting a professional campaign team, including managers, other staff, and consultants, where applicable;
      • Setting up effective field, communications, digital, and fundraising teams and structures;
      • Building, developing, and maintaining campaign plans and budgets;
      • Reviewing and offering guidance on campaign communication; and
      • Building strong relationships with supportive Democratic and progressive partners;
      • Managing or participating in weekly conference calls for various campaigns in a structured and professional fashion to assist with earned and paid media plans, field operations and fundraising; and
      • Liaising between campaign staff and the coordinated campaign apparatus to ensure all parties are effectively communicating
    • Assist in the development of instructive materials for continuous iterations of the “campaign-in-a-box” resource

Requirements include:

  • 2 cycles of candidate campaign experience, preferably in management
  • A holistic and data-informed understanding of campaigns
  • Superior project management skills, including effective task delegation and tracking, and familiarity with collaborative task management tools
  • Ability to communicate priorities, needs and expectations up and down the chain of command
  • Strong lateral management skills
  • Proficiency with organizing tools, including Votebuilder/VAN, MobilizeAmerica, and / or texting platforms
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to effectively and clearly communicate with different types of stakeholders, from high level elected officials to grassroots activists
  • An absolute commitment to complete the 2020 cycle at the Texas Democratic Party

Preferred background and experience:

  • Experience organizing in communities of color and/or non-English-speaking communities
  • Texas ties and / or battleground state experience

Send resume, cover letter to [email protected] using the subject line: “Deputy Candidate Services Director: (First Name, Last Name)”.

County Services Coordinator

Texas is the biggest battleground state in the country, and Texas Democrats are poised to win. The polls are showing Donald Trump loses to a Democratic champion and we are in a dead heat for the United States Senate.

The Texas Democratic Party is hiring a County Services Coordinator, to work within the Texas Democratic Party’s dynamic County Services Department.

County parties are the primary engines and facilitators of local Democratic mobilization, and in 2020 they will be essential partners in our pursuit of statewide victory. From assisting with party administration to building paid and volunteer-driven voter contact programs for county parties, the County Services Team is the service provider and trusted partner of Texas’ Democratic county parties.

The County Services Coordinator, based in Austin, would serve county parties by:

  • Serving as the primary point of contact for county chairs and Democratic clubs based in strategically targeted parts of Texas;
  • Build volunteer and voter engagement programs for certain counties;
  • Working with the Candidate Services team to identify potential county candidates;
  • Working with the Data team to provide county-level data analysis projecting voter registration and GOTV opportunities;
  • Building budgets and finance plans for voter engagement programs for strategic counties;
  • Assisting in building coordinated campaign program plans for strategic counties;
  • Tracking metrics and programmatic reporting on the local level, setting benchmarks and goals for programs;
  • Meeting internal department goals; and
  • Completing additional tasks and responsibilities as assigned by the County Services Director

Preferred qualifications for the County Services Coordinator position include:

  • At least two election cycles of managing a field program as a Field Director (candidate campaign, independent expenditure effort, or labor union);
  • Texas ties and / or battleground state experience

Send resume, cover letter to [email protected] using the subject line: “County Services Coordinator: (First Name, Last Name)”.

VAN Assistant

Texas is the biggest battleground state in the country, and Texas Democrats are poised to win. The TDP is seeking a top-tier, self-motivated, and innovative VAN assistant. They will be responsible for providing support to all of our campaigns and county parties using the voter file. This person will work closely with the data, organizing, campaign services, and training departments to make sure that everyone has the tools they need to use VAN. They will report to the Data and Analytics Director.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Managing and responding to VAN help tickets
  • Overseeing VAN account requests and creation, including managing interns assisting with account setup
  • Handling the timely and strategic acquisition of the statewide voter file and other key datasets, i.e. early voting centers and polling places
  • Implementing systems for access to and data sharing within VAN for all sorts of user types, like county parties and candidates
  • Collaborating with other departments to develop a training curriculum

Requirements include:

  • Knowledge of VAN/Votebuilder – bonus points if you’ve ever been an administrator
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, and experience explaining technical concepts to both technical and non-technical audiences.
  • An absolute commitment to working at the Texas Democratic Party through November 2020

Preferred background and experience:

  • Political or electoral experience, including having volunteered with campaigns
  • Passion to learn

This is a cycle job, expected to last through the 2020 election. The position will be based in Austin, Texas. This position will include healthcare benefits.

To apply please fill submit your resume and cover letter to https://txdem.co/van-admin. Any questions can be directed to [email protected].

Fellowship: Resume Bank

The Texas Democratic Party is seeking a part-time, self-motivated, and ready to learn fellow in its Candidate Services Department. This fellow will be responsible for designing and executing the construction of a resume bank for Democratic operatives seeking work in Texas and employers scouting for talent. The fellowship will run for three months, and applicants must have access to a laptop with the appropriate capacity to do this work. They will report to the Candidate Services Director.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Designing and managing intake of a resume collection bank (in a platform such as Airtable) that can be used by employers seeking talent
  • Periodic maintenance of said resume bank to remove irrelevant entries
  • Solicitation of new resume entries from a diverse array of local and out-of-state operatives
  • Organizing remote “career services” events for resume submissions

Qualifications include but are not limited to:

  • Experience working in and maintaining data within database platforms such as or similar to Airtable
  • At least one cycle of campaign experience
  • Meticulous organizational skills and attention to detail

This will be a part-time, temporary fellowship. Fellows do not need to receive college credit for their work, but they must be students at an accredited university or college. The fellow will work no more than 20 hours per week and be paid a flat fee for the entirety of their work. The pay level will depend on their year of university.

How to Apply:
Send your resume and a cover letter via email to [email protected] using the subject line: “Resume Bank Fellow: (First Name, Last Name)”.


Internship Program

The Texas Democratic Party is seeking Political Interns. Interns will gain hands-on experience working at the Texas Democratic Party’s statewide headquarters located in Austin. This is not just another paper-pushing internship — you will learn about modern political campaigns and play a role in our coordinated campaign effort to elect Democrats up and down the ballot across the entire state of Texas. Interns will be asked to research campaign districts, help create campaign plans, contribute to our communications strategy, and help plan and execute candidate training. To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to [email protected]. Interns will receive a small stipend and must be eligible to receive college credit. No calls, please.


Voter Protection Director

Texas Democratic Party’s mission is to create a full service educational and action plan to expand opportunities for Texans to be registered to vote, educated on all aspects of voting, and have full range of protections from any form of intimidation or voter suppression in casting a ballot or full participation in all aspects of Texas government.

We seek a talented Voter Protection Director to ensure that all eligible voters are able to cast their ballot. Our right to vote is fundamental to all that we hope to accomplish; the Voter Protection Director is a crucial role that will develop, implement, and manage a robust, year-round voter protection program, ensuring free and fair elections in Texas.

As our Voter Protection Director, you will have 5 major areas of responsibility:

Hire and manage a team to execute Voter Protection programs

  • Recruit and hire great people to join your team.
  • Ensure that team members have clear, ambitious goals and are on track to meet them, troubleshooting where necessary.
  • Facilitate communication and collaboration between team members, as well as across teams with other departments.
  • Serve as a thought partner for team members, helping them make decisions and solving tough problems.

Lead strategies to expand access and defend against incursions to the franchise at the state, local, and municipal level

  • Work across the state to develop proactive strategies to expand access to voting, including through legislation, executive action, public campaigns, and lobbying county and state-level officials, and considering improvements to voter registration, ballot access, and ballot counting.
  • Working with County Liaisons and other partners, collaborate with appropriate parties at every level of government to implement reforms ahead of the 2020 Election.
  • Monitor and inform legislation related to voting and elections.
  • Identify potential threats to the franchise and mobilize a coordinated response within the Party, including communications and press.

Build and sustain strong partnerships with national, state, local, and municipal level officials and organizations

  • Build and manage your statewide Voter Protection Committee.
  • Supervise the Deputy Director and Organizer in their work to recruit, train, and manage volunteer attorneys to serve as County Liaisons. Support staff and volunteers as they cultivate relationships with local level Elections Officials in counties, proactively advancing access to voting and responding to problems.
  • Cultivate relationships with State Elections Officials to advance your priorities and respond to threats to voting.
  • Maintain strong relationships with counterparts at the DNC, voting rights organizations, as well as local activists and more.

Supervise your team’s voter education, outreach, and intervention programs, both year-round and specific to Elections. Working with campaign leadership:

  • Ensure that the Voter Protection Hotline provides top-quality service to voters year-round by supervising trainings, operations, reporting, and issue resolution. Working with your team, monitor calls to the hotline to identify trends and proactively resolve issues.
  • Design and supervise the execution of poll watcher programs for Elections, including the prioritization of precincts, assignment of volunteers, trainings, reporting mechanisms, and issue resolution processes.
  • Ensure that all communications to voters include timely, relevant, and accurate information about voting and their rights, including the voter protection hotline number. Working with Digital and Communications, develop specific voter protection campaigns to educate voters through digital, paid, and earned media.
  • Run the Voter Protection Boiler Room on Election Day and Early Voting, making sure that voters’ issues are thoroughly documented, resolved where possible, and escalated and aggregated where appropriate.
  • Advocate for campaign-initiated practices that expand voting, such as mailing absentee ballot applications directly to voters

Prepare for and file potential litigation and serve as legal resource for team

  • Working with the Party’s Counsel, prepare for potential litigation before, during, and after Election Day, including drafting common filings. Ensure that county liaisons are ready to participate in election day litigation.
  • Design and supervise the testing of a potential provisional ballot chase program, ensuring it is ready to be enacted if necessary.
  • Serve as a statewide resource and point person for questions relating to voter suppression, intimidation, or efforts aimed at disenfranchising voters of Texas.

Who You Are
We are seeking someone who, at their core, is fueled by the satisfaction of fighting for justice. You should be a person who doubles as an organizer and political operative, eager to build an army of people who together will create meaningful change. Additionally, you should be or have:

  • A seasoned, data-driven organizer and/or political operative: Demonstrated ability to stand up large-scale, diverse volunteer organizations that effectively deliver results by motivating and holding volunteers accountable for their goals. A track record of achieving wins through working with government officials and maneuvering complicated political situations. Adept at using data to inform strategy development, monitor progress to goal, and report on and analyze outcomes, including familiarity with VAN/Votebuilder, LBJ, Excel, and other tools.
  • A strategically-minded person: Possesses strong legal analysis skills and experience the law to advance the goals of your client. Creative problem-solver who sees opportunity for novel interpretations and challenges to existing, as well as interest and ability to propose new regulations.
  • Superb project management skills: Demonstrated excellence in developing and leading the execution of multiple, complex projects simultaneously. Able to spot issues ahead of time, creatively resolve them, and keep the team on track to meet its goals.
  • Excellent people manager: Demonstrated ability to lead complex and diverse teams to achieve ambitious results. Can effectively build trust with direct reports, give strong and effective feedback and provide sound advice on problem solving programmatic challenges.
  • Strong lens and judgement on issues of race and equity: Clearly and consistently articulates a sophisticated understanding of racial equity and structural racism as it relates to the work we do and how we operate internally at [PARTY]. Organizes from a racial justice perspective, with emphasis on voter suppression’s disproportionate impact on communities of color.
  • Commitment to Democratic values
  • Start Date
    As Soon as Possible

    Salary
    The salary for this position is commensurate on the quality and breadth of experience the successful candidate brings to the table. Salary range begins at $58,000 upwards.

    Benefits
    Progressive employee benefits program. Comprehensive benefits package, including medical & dental coverage. Paid vacation, parental leave, etc.

    Reports to
    Executive Director of the Texas Democratic Party

    How to Apply
    To apply please send a writing sample, resume, and three references to [email protected] Please only list the words “Voter Protection Director [YOUR NAME]” in the subject line. Interviews will be on a rolling basis. Applications improperly submitted will not be accepted


     

    The Texas Democratic Party is an equal opportunity employer and it is our policy to recruit, hire, train, promote and administer any and all personnel actions without regard to sex, race, age, color, creed, national origin, religion, economic status, sexual orientation, veteran status, gender identity or expression, ethnic identity or physical disability, or any other legally protected basis. Women and members of historically underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply.

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