Children’s Campaign Fund Network
Organizing Manager Position
ABOUT THE CHILDREN’S CAMPAIGN FUND NETWORK:
The Children’s Campaign Network includes Children’s Campaign Fund (a 527 non-federal PAC) and Children’s Campaign Fund Action (a newly launched 501c4). As one of the longest standing nonpartisan PACs focused on children’s issues in the country now paired with an affiliated advocacy arm, the Children’s Campaign Fund Network (CCFN) is in an exciting and ambitious phase of growth and deepend impact on behalf of children, youth, and families statewide.
The Children’s Campaign Network is committed to a holistic agenda promoting the wellbeing of Washington’s children, youth and families. We envision a Washington where all lawmakers prioritize the health, well-being, safety, and learning and development of the children, youth, and families of Washington State, especially those who are under-resourced and marginalized. CCFA’s mission is to build non-partisan political power through advocacy and education to enact transformational policy change for children, youth, and families. The CCF PAC’s mission, similar to CCFA, is to build non-partisan political power by helping to elect lawmakers who will enact transformational policy change for children, youth, and families. Read CCFN’s 2023 strategic plan here.
Secured funding leads CCFN to a strategic and operational focus on an overall campaign that emphasizes early care and education during the 2024 electoral cycle and 2025 session, culminating in support for a proposal that provides universal childcare and living wages for child care providers.
Legislative outcomes through nonpartisanship
Commitment to advancing racial equity
Informed by the voices of youth and families
Position: Organizing Manager
Reports to: Deputy Director
Location: King County or surrounding areas strongly preferred - although we’re willing to make an exception outside of these areas for the right candidate. All work, with the exception of in-person engagements, will be done remotely, as CCFN has a virtual office.
Status: FT, Exempt. This is a 40 hour/week position with a flexible schedule. Some nights and weekends may be required in the election season, depending on the candidate’s schedule.
Dates: Desired start date will be late January/early February. This is a contract position that has an end date of December 31. Depending on resources available, this position may be renewed and become permanent by the aforementioned end-date.
Rate: Annualized salary range of $75,000. CCFN currently offers a health and wellness stipend of $775/month, a $1,000 laptop stipend, and a technology stipend of $75/month. We are working on activating additional benefits, such health insurance, to take effect in early spring of 2024, which this position may be eligible for.
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HOW TO APPLY
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Please make sure to include the position title - Organizing Manager - in the subject line.
CCF is an equal opportunity employer and we value diversity among our staff. We strongly encourage applications from Black, indigenous and people of color (BIPOC), immigrants and refugees, bilingual and bicultural individuals, members of the LGBTQIA+ and gender nonconforming communities, people with disabilities, people from other marginalized groups, and people with other diverse backgrounds and lived experiences.
Thank you for your interest in joining the CCFN team!