Field Director / Deputy Campaign Manager (Denver)
Location: Denver, Colorado
Campaign Manager Summary
Field Director Summary: We are seeking a Field Director/Deputy Campaign Manager to join our team working on behalf of Amnesty International, USA. The Field Director is the second most central and important leader in the canvass office for The Outreach Team.
- Recruit and Develop Leaders: Assist the canvass director with building a team of 20+ canvassers by conducting outreach, interviewing prospective staff, making hiring and firing decisions, and developing the next generation of managers and leaders to support your team.
- Manage Staff: Train staff in grassroots fundraising and campaign skills. Work with your staff in individual and group settings, with a particular eye towards developing leaders. Cultivate a welcoming, inclusive, and motivating atmosphere.
- Use Data Driven Analytics to Improve Strategies: Carefully track income and expenses to manage a budget; Analyze performance and set strategy; Develop and set turf strategies and manage where teams fundraise each day; Test new technologies to streamline membership engagement.
- Make a Difference on Issues: Be on the front lines of some of the most critical social change movements in the country. Moreover, be part of a team where your voice and your ideas matter. Join our team on the ground floor to contribute new ideas, test new methods of fundraising and mobilization, and help change how social change happens in America.
- Raise Money: Meet and exceed your office fundraising objectives and canvass in the field as needed (4 days) to train new and experienced staff and meet personal and office fundraising requirements.
Required Qualifications: Our ideal candidate has:
- Strong communication skills, a good work ethic, and a passion for human rights
- Are able to lead a team, receive feedback and direction from CDs/RDs, and work independently.
- Previous Campaign manager, leadership, sales, non-profit or political campaign experience preferred but not required
- Must be willing and able to approach members of the public at their place of residence in a fast paced environment, and cover a large territory each day
- Must be able to exceed weekly and monthly fundraising standards and quotas
- Are comfortable walking for long periods of time
Pay and Benefits
Compensation and Benefits:
- $48,000-$55,000 annually plus monthly performance-based bonuses (DOL)
- Medical coverage (after 90 days)
- Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (after 20 shifts)
Organization Overview: The Outreach Team is a progressive company that works with nonprofit organizations to run grassroots campaigns for social change nationwide. We are managing outreach and fundraising campaign efforts in multiple cities on behalf of Amnesty International, the world’s largest human rights advocacy organization and the Humane Society of the United States. Our work is focused on making a global impact and fighting for refugee rights with Amnesty International’s “I Welcome” campaign! And standing up for animals with the Humane Society’s ‘Fight For All Animals’
The Outreach Team is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from people of color, LGBTQIA+ individuals, women, and individuals with disabilities.