Paid Staff Positions:
Grassroots and Digital Organizer [part time / full time]
S.T.O.P. is looking for a passionate community leader to help growing our work across New York State to fight for surveillance reform, privacy, and civil rights. The organizer will be a part of S.T.O.P’s core team, actively coordinating with the executive director, technology director, policy director, and volunteers.
The organizer will be responsible for campaign development and delivery, working on a broad variety of in-person and online campaigns. Examples include legislative campaigns to enact the POST Act, Know Your Rights curriculum development, branding, and relationship management.
Develop and implement a statewide digital organizing campaigns and goals
Draft and maintain campaign plans and email calendars
Expand distributed volunteer management program
Use digital organizing tools, including email list, blast SMS, digital volunteer management, and social media platforms
Manage production and distribution of content for social media
Train volunteers and staff on digital organizing tools
Propose new tactics and platforms to connect with impacted communities
Write copy for email list, social media and web-based campaigns
Manage relationships with volunteers and volunteer communities on all state digital channels
Other projects as assigned
Prior grassroots and digital organizing experience.
Familiarity with Mailchimp and Squarespace.
Experience building relationships on digital spaces such as Facebook groups, Whatsapp and community management platforms.
Stellar research and writing skills.
Comfort with Microsoft Office, Outlook, other productivity tools.
Clear passion for civil rights, privacy, or related technical fields.
Goals-oriented and self-disciplined; able to meet tight deadlines and multitask.
Experience building, managing, and growing teams preferred.
Experience with search and social media advertising preferred.
To apply, please email a copy of your cover letter, CV, transcript, and writing sample to info [at] stopspying.org with a subject: “organizer”