Now Hiring: Part-Time School Coordinator
Now Hiring: 2020 School Coordinator
Job Title: Campaign School Coordinator
Location: Portland Metro Area
Job Type: Part-Time, Limited Duration Contract through February 2020
Expected Start Date: Early/Mid August 2019 (Flexible)
Contract Amount: $2,800/month*
*Additional details below.
Overview: The Oregon Women’s Campaign School is dedicated to advancing the careers of pro-reproductive justice candidates, staff and advocates and increasing women’s political participation through training and organizational support in a non-partisan and gender diverse environment.
The goal of this position is to support the board to plan, execute, and wrap-up a successful 2020 Campaign School. The school will be two consecutive days in January, 2020 (dates to be determined). This is a part-time, limited-duration contract position beginning in early/mid-August 2019 and continuing through February 2020. The last two months before the school ramp up and are more time intensive.
Job Duties May Include Any Combination of the Following Responsibilities:
Organizing/Outreach: Serve as a Contact Person for School
Serve as liaison for community partners/organizations-or work as “shadow” to Board member with relationship
Track Board action items and manage Board members/keep on deadline
Identify and recruit participants from key organizations, schools, and community allies
Serve as a contact person for Campaign School speakers, presenters, community partners and participants
Manage school registration and scholarship process
Event Coordination: Organize Logistics for School Before, During & After
Oversee all aspects of event planning and coordination
Work with venue staff and other vendors on all event logistics, including arranging catering and AV equipment
Create and manage all aspects of participant registration
Organize day of minute by minute logistics
Recruit and manage volunteers to assist with day of school responsibilities
Prepare all packets and other materials for the event
Serve as the logistical manager at the school itself
Fundraising: Assist and Organize Board Fundraising Efforts
Support board fundraising
Maintain and update OWCS’s fundraising and contact lists
Hold Board members accountable for fundraising commitments
Assist and/or drive grant application process depending on experience level
Manage Board member phone banks and phone lists when applicable
Draft fundraising communications and fundraising support materials – FAQ sheets, scripts, etc.
May participate in fundraising phoning
Communications: Assist With Official Board Communications
Board communications (traffic control for tracking incoming/outgoing communications)
Draft and send Email blasts/Facebook/Tweets
Manage partner communications
Administration: Organize Board and Materials Leading Up to the School
Create and maintain organizational documents as needed
Manage all planning documents and lists in the cloud
Regularly check PO Box and email address and respond appropriately to requests and correspondence
Other projects as assigned
Compensation is $2,500 a month and a $300 per month stipend for healthcare benefits, which are not provided through the school. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and accepted until a diverse and qualified pool of candidates has been identified.
Interviews begin mid July with an anticipated start date of early August. Apply by July 12th for priority consideration!
Please send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oregon Women’s Campaign School is an equal opportunity employer. People of color, people with disabilities, and people of diverse sexual orientations, gender expressions and identities are encouraged to apply. We are focused on building a diverse and inclusive workforce. If you’re excited about this position but do not meet 100% of the qualifications listed above, we encourage you to apply.