Two different progressive organizations are hiring, and news of their hiring hit the Forward Kentucky inbox the same day. Here is the info on each opportunity.
Kentuckians for the Commonwealth
Voter Empowerment Staff
KFTC is looking for progressive-minded folks who are interested in politics and want the opportunity to make a difference this election year. Short term part-time and full-time Voter Empowerment Staff positions are available in regions across Kentucky. Job responsibilities may include door-to-door canvassing, phone banking, volunteer management, digital outreach and engagement, communications and social media support, fundraising, and/or data entry. The assigned tasks will depend on the needs of KFTC and the skills and interests of the Voter Empowerment staff who are hired.
Voter Empowerment Lead Staff
These staff will create weekly schedules for Voter Empowerment Staff on their team, offer coaching and support to Voter Empowerment Staff while out in the field, plan and coordinate voter engagement activities for and with Voter Empowerment Staff, lead quality control measures in their region, and assist with other tasks as needed.
For both positions, read the full job description here ( http://bit.ly/KFTCVEStaff2020), and apply here ( https://bit.ly/KFTCVEApp2020). Applications close on Friday, August 14, 2020 at 4:00pm EST. If you have any questions about this position please email email@example.com and type “Voter Empower Staff position” in the subject line.
PPINK team is seeking a dynamic Regional Field Organizer in Western Kentucky.
Field Organizers are responsible for grassroots efforts to organize, empower and mobilize supporters to take action in support of Planned Parenthood’s mission. The person in this role will Support the state and local public affairs team in implementing advocacy, voter identification, voter engagement, and community mobilization programs.
Additionally, they will be responsible for recruiting and supporting activists in targeted geographic areas who will become informed on local, state and national reproductive health issues and take actions to further the public affairs goals of Planned Parenthood.
This position is full-time, salaried & is based in Kentucky. The ideal candidate for this position can work a flexible schedule (evenings & weekends may be included). Read more and apply here.