28 Feb PCUN Job opportunity: Full-Time Digital Organizer
PCUN Job opportunity: Full-Time Digital Organizer
Application deadline: March 10th, 2023
PCUN is looking for a bilingual Digital Organizer that will lead efforts across a variety of campaigns to amplify our narrative and campaign strategies to fight for racial, economic and gender justice in a digital age. Primary responsibilities include support in strategy development and implementation, social media content creation and channel management, email marketing, online advocacy support, website management, and graphic design. We seek someone with attention to detail, a desire to innovate and experiment, strong communication and critical-thinking skills, flexibility, and excitement about creative problem-solving. The Digital Organizer is supervised by the Communications Director, and is a key member of PCUN’s Communications Team!
They will be supporting the communications and amplifying programs and campaigns to diverse audiences. Those audiences include:
1. Farmworkers and Immigrants (from Mexico and Central America – some indigenous communities speaking mainly Purepecha and Mixteco)
2. Latinx Working Families
3. Latinx Millennials
4. Progressive allies and other BIPOC communities
• Build our base of supporters through digital advertising, organic social media, texting, and other digital tools.
• Craft engaging social media posts, cultivate community within Facebook groups, and explore how new social media platforms and features (FB messenger, Instagram, etc) can be used for organizing. Social media analytics.
• Create compelling graphics and videos for social posts, online ads, email blasts, write and edit blog content. Create and manage content and communications on digital and written, and PCUN’s website. Includes one pagers, flyers, talking points, and toolkits.
• Test, setup, and train staff/supporters to use texting, relational organizing, online advocacy, and other software tools for organizing.
• Manage data and tracking systems in collaboration with the Communications director.
• Work with our communications team to help supporters share their stories through videos, images, writing, press interviews, storytelling training, etc.
• Provide coaching and technical assistance to other organizers and community members, helping them use technology and online outreach to further organizing goals.
• Perform other duties as required to support the work of the organization as a whole.
• You understand the fundamentals of organizing, the difference between organizing and mobilization, and deeply believe your job is to help people step into leadership and drive change in the issues that affect their lives.
• You know how to run Facebook ad campaigns and/or other paid digital programs.
• You can create compelling graphics and videos for social media using Canva, Adobe Creative Suite or similar tools.
• You’ve likely used (or been wanting to try out) a good number of these tools: CRMs (ActionNetwork, EveryAction, NationBuilder), texting (Hustle, ThruText, Strive, Spoke), relational organizing (OutreachCircle, Reach, Team), online advocacy (New/Mode, Phone2Action), story collection (Soapboxx, Flipgrid).
• You know your way around Excel and Google Sheets, and can build data tracking systems that keep organizing programs moving — and make sense to organizers.
• You’ve got strong organization and tracking skills. You keep projects moving, pay attention to detail, make sure things don’t slip through the cracks, and meet deadlines. You get that ultimately, organizing is about building connections and relationships. You believe that technology should be in service of organizing, not the other way round. Fast pace environment during campaigns; and needs to work well under crisis and pressure.
Salary and Benefits:
● $50,000-$55,,000 per year (DOE)
● Dental, Vision, Health Insurance and Chiropractic
● Paid Vacation, and Paid Sick Days
● Supervisor: Communications Director
Please send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 10th, 2023