Minnesota Field Organizer

Title: Field Organizer

Term of Employment: September 2018 - November 6

Hours: 60 hours/week

Compensation: $3,000/mo

Description: The Minnesota DFL is seeking enthusiastic, hard-working, and highly motivated individuals to help elect Keith as Attorney General and other DFLers up and down the ticket.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage day-to-day operations of the organizing and direct voter contact programs, including voter identification, voter registration, and apartment organizing
  • Train and directly manage campaign organizing staff members (organizing fellows and interns), including 1:1 meetings, reporting, coaching, and training
  • Build community relationships to develop lasting and permanent relationships with historically underrepresented groups
  • Oversee volunteer trainings for phone banks and door-to-door canvasses
  • Manage visibility events, canvasses and phone banks, and other voter contact events
  • Maintain field data to track program progress and provide weekly reports
  • Any other campaign-related tasks, as needed

Must-Have Qualifications:

  • Goal-oriented problem solver
  • Cultural competency within communities you’re organizing in
  • Self-driven work ethic
  • Strong communication skills, verbal and written
  • Growth mindset (welcomes feedback and coaching)

Nice-to-Have Qualifications:

  • Proficiency with voter targeting, training, voter identification, get out the vote drives and community-based organizing
  • Knowledge of, or relevant experience with, VoteBuilder, or equivalent voter database

Target Start Date: ASAP

To Apply: Interested applicants should send their resume to Keaon Dousti at KDousti@Dfl.org. Hiring will be made on a rolling basis and applicants should apply ASAP.

The Minnesota DFL is an equal-opportunity employer. The DFL Party is committed to including groups historically underrepresented due to race/ethnicity, religion, age, gender-identity, sexual orientation, and/or ability. we strongly encourage members of underrepresented and marginalized communities apply.