Online Organizer / Digital Campaign Specialist
Working Washington's mission is to build a powerful workers’ movement that can dramatically improve wages and working conditions, and change the local and national conversation about wealth, inequality, and the value of work. Working Washington fast food strikers sparked the fight that won Seattle’s landmark $15 minimum wage. We successfully drove Amazon to sever ties with the right-wing lobby group ALEC and improve conditions in their sweatshop warehouses. We helped lead the winning campaign in SeaTac for a $15 living wage. We made history once more when Working Washington baristas and fast food workers led the successful fight for secure scheduling in Seattle, and we’ve played key roles in campaigns that won a higher minimum wage, paid sick days, and paid family leave for more than a million workers across the state.
We are seeking a creative, talented, and ambitious person to join a top-notch online organizing & digital campaign program dedicated to substantially grow our movement and build the power of workers in our state.
The successful candidate will demonstrate strong knowledge of online and field organizing tools and tactics; a creative, experimental approach to campaigns; and a strong ability to independently move projects forward.
Working Washington’s main office is located in Seattle, WA. We are open to consider arrangement to work remotely from locations in Washington State but outside the Puget Sound region.
Principal duties and responsibilities include:
Mobilize workers towards campaign goals through online meetings, offline meetings, one-on-one conversations, and other digital and field tactics
Lead execution of worker outreach and organizing strategy around key organizational campaign goals
Conceive, draft, and execute compelling content for multiple channels and audiences that engage followers and move them to action, engagement, and leadership
Dream up and execute creative new ideas for online organizing tools & tactics — because who wants to be a petition factory?
Contribute to Working Washington’s social media and web presence, in coordination with communications staff
Take part in organizational fundraising, both online and offline
Engage workers, Working Washington supporters, and the public at large through multiple modes and tools, both one-to-many and one-to-one
Grow our list, maintain online organizing data systems, and track supporters’ level of engagement
Develop new online supporters into online leaders with Working Washington
Experiment with innovative and forward-thinking tools & tactics to advance our campaigns, and be ready to adjust strategies as campaigns progress
Participate in rallies, marches, and other events
Work directly with workers and community supporters as needed to fulfill campaign goals, including doorknocking, phonebanking, and other political and campaign work
Dedication to carry out the mission of Working Washington
Experience working in service industry, gig economy, or other low-wage work a plus.
Capacity to write quickly and clearly on a variety of topics without being boring
Comfort with various social media and online platforms
Ability to move broad and deep engagement towards campaign goals on various digital and field platforms
Eagerness to engage with low-wage workers across the state and amplify their voices
Willingness to work long and irregular hours when campaign needs require it, including some evenings and weekends
Ability to occasionally lift and/or move up to 30 pounds.
Spanish fluency a major plus
Staff union pay scale, with starting pay between $47,476 and $53,847, based on experience, and significant annual step increases each year. Generous benefits package, including fully-paid family health care, employer matched 401k, and vacation and sick leave.
Please send a resume and cover letter, along with one or two relevant writing samples, social media plans, or organizing raps to email@example.com. Applications will be considered as they arrive.
Working Washington is an Equal Opportunity Employer