District Field Organizer
Location: Targeted Senate districts, Minnesota
Salary: $3,000-$4,000/month, commensurate with experience. Full-time. Health and dental benefits covered 100%.
How to apply: Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, with an increased emphasis on hiring in March and April 2022. Please send a resume, including your city of residence, and three references to Field Director Patrick Gage at [email protected] with “District Field Organizer” as the subject line.
Roles and responsibilities:
District Field Organizers will be responsible for organizing efforts in a targeted Senate District supporting the endorsed DFL Senate candidate and DFLers up and down the ballot, including:
- Implementing the Caucus’s Field plan;
- Building strong, collaborative relationships with local DFL officers, activists, partners, and constituency leaders;
- Representing the DFL by attending and planning local events, like house parties;
- Recruiting, managing, and training grassroots volunteer teams to engage in direct voter contact, volunteer recruitment and retention;
- Registering new voters in key constituencies;
- And other tasks as assigned by the Minnesota DFL.
The ideal candidate for this role is creative, willing to try new things, and passionate about DFL values, with personal roots in, or knowledge of, their District. They are an excellent verbal communicator who is excited to think outside the box, with a track record of managing people or organizing their personal networks. A history of volunteering in their District, and/or membership in local faith or social groups, is a plus. Prior campaign experience is not required. Preference will be given to candidates who live or work in their District, or have done so previously.
The Minnesota Senate DFL is an equal-opportunity employer. The Minnesota Senate DFL is committed to including groups historically underrepresented due to race/ethnicity, religion, age, gender-identity, sexual orientation, and/or ability. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented and marginalized communities to apply.