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Oregon State Organizing Director

Position location: Portland, OR

Annually: $0 to 0

Party: Others

Job Type: Full-time

Posted: 21-Mar-2019

Job Description.

Develop, write, and implement a strategic and comprehensive, data driven organizing plan that builds our presence across Oregon thatincludes, but is not limited to:

Growth goals, activations, team building, leadership development, mobilizing/action opportunities, key dates, milestones, trainings, statewide calls and digital-org calendar;
Train and support for volunteers to be change makers and influence real improvements in Oregon’s high school graduation rates on community and school needs;
Collaboration with Marketing-Communications Director to create a strong digital-organizing program;
Strategic school, community, and digital-based tactics for capacity building and infrastructure;
Campaign field planning and execution for Stand Oregon that may include School Board Elections, state legislative races, ballot initiatives, and/or other advocacy campaigns building on the work of the Organizing team;
Directly manage, develop, and train teams of volunteer leaders and supporters in unstaffed priority districts across the state:

Set SMART goals for yourself in the unstaffed priority districts including online and offline engagement, remote support and cultivation of engaged volunteer advocates;
You are accountable for your organizing goals in unstaffed priority districts, including growth and mobilization goals, along with other planned deliverables;
Provide ongoing training, issue and election education, and action opportunities for volunteers across your state;
Manage, develop, and train organizing staff to implement organizing plan including:

Set SMART goals for organizing staff up against the deliverables and milestones outlined in the plan and impact agenda and track progress up against impact and organizing goals;
Recruit, train, manage, and develop staff; and hire staff with approval of Executive Director and National Organizing Director as needed;
Provide ongoing professional guidance and training to the organizing staff;
Hold your Organizer, and any other future staff, accountable to their organizing, engagement, and mobilizing goals, along with other planned deliverables;
Provide analysis on performance, progress to goals and implement plans to maximize results;
Coalition and partnership building including:

Identify, network, build relationships, and communicate with partners on the ground;
Capitalize on existing relationships through the 9th Grade Success programming, to introduce educators and High School students to our advocacy work – the power of collective voices and personal story;
Attend events, coalition meetings, and be present in the community as an organizational partner;
Represent the voice of Stand for Children in the community.


Required Qualifications.

Passionate and unwavering belief in Stand for Children’s mission and strategy to ensure that all children, regardless of their background, graduate from high school prepared for and with access to a college education;
6-8 years of organizing experience, at least half of which, includes managing direct reports, building volunteer capacity in diverse communities; managing a statewide campaign with extensive knowledge of campaign strategy and implementation;
Excellent recruiter with a proven track record of being able to quickly build a pipeline of volunteers and develop leaders;
Proven record of building and managing political relationships with key stakeholders
Ability to communicate a compelling and inspiring vision that will motivate others; Strong written and oral communication skills;
Proven ability to troubleshoot and problem solve with ability to innovate and take responsibility;
Proven self-starter, action-oriented, has a positive attitude, and enjoys challenging work;
Job does require some travel within the state; flexible hours, including some weekends and evenings;

Ability to be in multiple locations in the course of a given day, the ability to transport items, and the ability to set up and take down meeting equipment (chairs, tables, projectors, screens, etc.); May require the ability to climb stairs.


Preferred Qualifications.

Spanish fluency is a plus;
Experience and/or familiarity with public education systems and how they operate a plus;

Application Process.

Apply Here
Oregon State Organizing Director
Company Details
Company: Stand for Children
Department: Organizing
Party Affiliation: Non Partisan
Link: http://stand.org/oregon