Manager, Campaign and Digital Strategies
- Full Time
The National Women’s Law Center seeks a skilled communicator and organizer to support issue campaigns and other initiatives that advance progress for historically marginalized women and girls at school, at work, at home, and in their communities.
The Campaign and Digital Strategies Manager, centered on the Marketing & Communications team and reporting to the Senior Manager of Campaigns & Digital Strategies for Workplace and Education, will use both digital and field organizing tools to develop and implement compelling, creative and effective issue advocacy campaigns for the Law Center’s Education & Workplace Justice team, with specific focus on the education portfolio.
About the Organization
The National Women’s Law Center fights for gender justice — in the courts, in public policy, and in our society — working across the issues that are central to the lives of women and girls.
We use the law in all its forms to change culture and drive solutions to the gender inequity that shapes our society and to break down the barriers that harm all of us — especially those who face multiple forms of discrimination, including women of color, LGBTQ people, and low-income women and families.
For more than 45 years, we have been on the leading edge of every major legal and policy victory for women.
Design and execute strategies to engage and mobilize Law Center supporters.
Help develop effective and dynamic campaigns and strategies for both short- and long-term efforts that intertwine the Law Center’s work on sexual harassment and violence in schools and in the workplace.
Represent NWLC at coalition meetings and manage and nurture relationships with partner organizations.
Develop and write campaign plans, action alerts, social media content, blog posts, toolkits, and other related materials.
Organize and manage occasional rallies, protests, and other on-the-ground events in collaboration with partner organizations.
Plan and host community forums, Know Your Rights trainings and related public education events with a variety of stakeholders, including students, parents, educators, and legislators.
Bring organizing strategies to the Workplace and Education team’s advocacy and research priorities.
Coordinate efforts among team members working on these issues.
Manage relationships with consultants and other vendors.
The ideal candidate will possess:
Bachelor’s Degree preferred, but not required.
At least three years’ experience running issue advocacy and/or local campaigns, organizing, and/or digital advocacy.
Specific experience working on issues affecting Black, Latina, and Native girls, such as school pushout, sexual harassment, and police in school as well as other workplace and education issues.
A talent for grasping key policy messages and effectively communicating them to a variety of audiences, especially across digital channels.
Experience working with grassroots organizations and students on campaigns and advocacy projects
Experience in effectively building and maintaining relationships with coalition partners and other stakeholders is a plus!
Strong writing skills and experience writing across platforms specifically for diverse audiences.
Experience in planning rallies, protests, and other events is a plus.
Experience and judgment working both collaboratively and independently, and in a fast-paced, rapidly-changing environment.
The ability to be self-directed, work well with competing priorities, and meet deadlines.
Experience with other Law Center issues (e.g., reproductive rights, health care, child care access, income security and public benefit programs), or issues related to gender justice, racial justice, reproductive justice or LGBTQ+ equality a plus.
Hands-on experience with communications tools such as social media platforms and analytics, eCRMS, webinars, action alerts, listservs, and databases a plus.
Compensation & Benefits
A minimum salary of $70,000 will be provided to the successful candidate meeting the minimum qualifications of the position.
The Center offers a comprehensive benefits package, and four weeks of annual vacation. NWLC is located on Metro’s Red Line in DuPont Circle.
How to Apply
To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, three references from supervisors, and a short writing sample. In your cover letter, please describe how your professional background is a good fit for this position. Electronic submissions are preferred. Hard copies may be addressed to: Human Resources Department, National Women’s Law Center, 11 Dupont Circle NW, Suite 800, Washington, DC 20036, FAX: 202-588-5185. Applications accepted until position is filled. No calls please.
The National Women’s Law Center is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and values a diverse workforce. We strongly encourage and seek applications from people with disabilities, women, men, people of color, including bilingual and bicultural individuals, veterans, and LGBTQI individuals.
As noted above, NWLC welcomes applications from individuals with disabilities. If you require reasonable accommodations during any part of the hiring process, please email us at: email@example.com or you may send the request by mail to:
National Women’s Law Center ATTN: Human Resources Manager-Talent
11 Dupont Circle NW, Suite 800 Washington, DC 20036