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Vice President of Marketing and Communications

PL+US: Paid Leave for the US is hiring a Vice President of Marketing and Communications to help lead our groundbreaking work to win paid family leave for everyone in the U.S. by 2022. The person in this role will craft and drive the transformational and intersectional national public engagement campaign that builds the power to win.

In just three short years, PL+US has won family leave for nearly 6 million people and tripled in size. We’ve won change at some of the top employers in the country, including Walmart and Starbucks, and we’re taking that momentum into the fight to win national public policy. Paid leave is poised to take off as the next high-profile national issue. The VP of Marketing and Communications will play a critical, timely, and game-changing role in making that happen.

The individual in this role will have the opportunity to weave deeply personal and powerful individual stories together with influential political and legislative moments, top-tier business and entertainment leaders, and today’s major social movements to create not only the environment in which bold, comprehensive paid leave policy can win, but one that transforms the political landscape for family-supporting policy in America. 

The ideal candidate for this role is a seasoned leader with a proven track record of designing and running transformational public narrative campaigns that achieve high impact, especially with our three most important constituencies: women, communities of color, and millennials. As a member of PL+US’ leadership team, reporting to the Executive Director, you will play a pivotal role in both the campaign and the leadership of the organization. 

Your Responsibilities

Strategy and Thought Leadership

  • Develop overarching marketing and communications strategy in collaboration with the PL+US leadership team including: brand, storytelling and messaging, social media, paid and earned media, and events. 

  • Spearhead a comprehensive influencer engagement program

  • Build our thought leadership on paid family leave to a broad base of stakeholders

Message Development and Execution

  • Oversee our Communications Director in developing the communications campaigns that break through to our target audiences including editorial design and media relations

  • Oversee the development of visual assets, brand guidelines, and style guide for PL+US and its campaigns.

  • Communicate our mission, raise awareness, and draw supporters for a federal policy win in 2022.

  • Develop content strategy and oversee the creation of content for the organization's online presence in collaboration with our digital team

Management and Team Building

  • As the inaugural leader of a new team, you’ll have the opportunity to work with our current staff and build out the team in the coming year to shape a high-impact marketing and communications program. 

  • Equally comfortable managing staff / consultants and diving in to drive execution yourself.

  • Ensure partnerships with brands and influencers are integrated to amplify PL+US’ reach.

Measurement and Analytics

  • Create and maintain a marketing measurement system to allow the organization to track progress towards their goals with regular reporting and evaluation.

  • Assist the Executive Director with reporting on impact for multiple stakeholders including the board and current or potential funders.

Skills and Experience (a qualified candidate will have most of these)

  • 10+ years of progressive experience leading marketing and communications teams;

  • Proven ability in developing brands and executable marketing plans;

  • Issue advocacy or social cause marketing campaign experience. (Communications or marketing experience in politics (e.g. on a campaign, with a political party), policy (e.g. at a think tank or policy-driven nonprofit), or in government might also work here); 

  • Successful consumer brand partnerships and/or influencer engagement;

  • Skilled with modern and traditional marketing channels;

  • A good eye for broadly appealing public-facing design and ability to communicate effectively with design and other creative professionals;

  • Ability to communicate the impact of marketing and communications efforts with data; 

  • Experience working cross-functionally with other teams;

  • Comfortable playing a player-coach role; you’ll need to inspire your team and be comfortable diving in to execute on the plan too;

  • Excellent project manager who can keep a team on track while juggling multiple priorities;

  • Skilled writer who can craft content for a variety of mediums and audiences with ease;

  • Technology: Fluent user of google docs, slack, excel, and presentation software like keynote or powerpoint.

People who are successful at PL+US also share the following traits:

  • A deep commitment to equity and inclusion and experience working in diverse teams.

  • Kind, to others and to yourself. We’re building a team that’s smart, fun, fast, supportive, passionate, and collaborative.That starts with people who are truly delighted and challenged by the work, and know how to bring their best selves to it every day.

  • A roll-up-your sleeves doer. You see a problem, arrive at a solution quickly, and know what it takes to get things done.

  • Passionate about winning paid family leave for everyone in the U.S. 

Top 5 Reasons to Work at PL+US 

  1. You Want to Win.  This is an opportunity to be part of a big, bold victory at a national scale. It’s hard work with an end date. We want to work ourselves out of a job by achieving a huge win that transforms this country.

  2. You Want to Learn.  From our senior leadership on down, we’re constantly improving our craft and getting better at what we do. We want our staff to walk out of PL+US ten times more effective than when they walked in.

  3. You Care.  Maybe you have kids yourself, or aging parents, or maybe you just believe paid family leave will make the world a better place. Whatever your reason, our mission speaks to you, and you’re yearning for a workplace filled with people who put impact first.

  4. We Care.  PL+US takes care of its staff. Not just with good pay and benefits, but with the understanding that you are a whole person whose life experiences and family responsibilities are a part of what makes you great at what you do. Remote, flexible, outcomes-focused work is part of our DNA. 

  5. You Want a Team.  Not just a group of people who work together. You want a team -- co-workers who support each other. We’re high-impact and low-ego. As a PL+US team member you’ll work hard, learn every day, laugh and connect with your team as you grow together, and be respected for the whole, real person you are. 

Some of the Benefits of Working for PL+US

  • Awesome team of high impact, low ego people who are in it to win.

  • Flexible work schedule. If you need to leave early to pick up your kid from school, that’s cool.

  • Up to 6 months of paid family leave, as well as health, dental, and vision insurance (up to $650/month).

  • Professional development coaching.

  • Generous time off.  Unlimited vacation, 12 paid holidays, and we all take the week between Christmas and New Years off.

  • Retirement accounts. We offer a 401(k) since we want you to retire one day.

  • Commuter benefits program, medical and dependent care FSA program, and employer-paid life and disability insurance.

Salary

Salary for this role is $125,000 annually.

Location

This is a full time position that can be based anywhere in the U.S. with a major airport that has direct flights to San Francisco, D.C., and New York City. The VP Marketing and Comms reports to the Executive Director. 

To Apply: Please submit application at Recruiterbox.  First application deadline is May 31.

PL+US is deeply committed to diversity. We strongly encourage people of color, first-generation Americans, people with caregiving responsibilities, people with disabilities, and members of the queer community to apply.

PL+US is an equal opportunity employer. This means that we don't discriminate against people because of their race, ethnicity, sex, age, religion, national origin, marital status, pregnancy, personal appearance, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, family responsibilities, or political affiliation.


2020 Campaigns Director

PL+US Action Fund is a bold new national advocacy organization with a single mission: win high quality paid family leave for all in the U.S. by 2022. Our strategy for success is to elevate paid leave with America’s most influential policy makers and political thought leaders, so that everyone can give and receive care when they need it most. PL+US Action Fund is an affiliated 501(c)4 of Paid Leave for the U.S. (PL+US), a 501(c)3, whose three-pronged strategy transforms workplaces, public policy, and culture.

In just a short few years, PL+US and the Action Fund have laid the groundwork for a monumental policy win in the coming years.  As the only national organization focused 100% of its time on winning paid family leave, PL+US has made progress by pushing for major adoption by large businesses, winning state and city policy changes, creating bipartisan congressional momentum, and increasing public awareness about the need for paid leave policy. As a result, paid family leave is poised to become a major policy priority in the United States in 2019, just as the 2020 election cycle heats up.  

PL+US Action Fund seeks to capitalize on this momentum to elevate national paid family and medical leave as an issue in the 2020 election cycle through aggressive public affairs, issue awareness and independent expenditure efforts. To execute this strategy, PL+US Action Fund is working to build a team of staff and consultants, beginning with the newly created position of 2020 Campaigns Director.

We’re looking for an inspired, strategic, detail-oriented, campaign expert to serve as our 2020 Campaigns Director.  This is a perfect role for an individual who has managed large scale campaigns on the Federal or State level, particularly with experience in congressional campaigns or issue oriented programs and is ready to build a premier 360 degree advocacy campaign and grow with a new, dynamic and inspired team that’s in it to win.

About the Position: The PL+US Action Fund 2020 Campaigns Director will work closely with PL+US’s organizational leaders to advance a coordinated and integrated campaign. We seek a politically-savvy, highly motivated campaign leader with a passion for advancing public policy. The 2020 Campaigns Director will be responsible for the strategic direction, management, and implementation of comprehensive advocacy, influence and political plan through the 2020 cycle.

The 2020 Campaigns Manager will lead a wide variety of projects. Reporting directly to the Executive Director of PL+US and PL+US Action Fund, this individual will amplify and enable the organization’s leadership by expanding our capacity to manage political activities and serve as a point of contact for our political activities with allies, partners, and our consulting team

The ideal candidate for this role is a superb and detail-oriented political practitioner with a high level of skill in communications, a sophisticated understanding of team management and leadership, and deep experience in relationship cultivation with high-level individuals and institutions across the political spectrum.  

Responsibilities include:

  • Building upon and executing PL+US Action Fund’s campaign strategy to advance paid family leave in Congress.

  • Drafting and managing a campaign budget for general c4 activities and independent expenditure political campaigns.

  • Developing and managing relationships with key bipartisan donors, campaigns, influencers, and grass-top advocacy organizations at both the federal level and in key states.

  • Developing and managing relationships with key political reporters.

  • Assisting in liaising with PL+US Action Fund’s Board of Directors.

  • Growing and managing a team of employees and consultants that executes key political, communications, advertising, field, and tactical engagement strategies.

  • Fundraising to support execution of PL+US Action Fund’s strategy.

  • Developing a plan to build PL+US Action Fund membership in key states.

  • Develop and manage activations for major events including 2020 debates and the DNC/RNC political conventions.

  • Building upon and executing the PL+US Action Fund “Paid Leave Champions” program.

  • Assisting in managing a federal PAC.

  • Working with the PL+US 501(c)3 staff on (c)3 permissible activities.

Qualifications

  • 5+ years of work experience with demonstrated success in managing political campaigns or targeted political programs

  • Track record of directing a winning campaign, either at the candidate or issue level.

  • Experience working in a multi-entity organization structure preferred.

  • Proven experience managing, prioritizing and meeting multiple deadlines in a fast-paced environment.

  • Superb project management and organizational skills.

  • Excellent writing, communication, and strong research skills.

  • Self-starter, strong work ethic, results-oriented and deadline driven.

  • Team player, ability to motivate a team to engage in and support fundraising.

  • Skilled in Google Apps, Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint.

  • A deep commitment to equity and inclusion.

  • You’re kind to others and to yourself.  We’re building a team that’s smart, fun, fast, supportive, passionate, and collaborative. That starts with people who are truly delighted and challenged by the work, and know how to bring their best selves to it every day.

An ideal candidate also possesses the following skills and attributes:

  • Strong leadership and organizational skills: Strong leadership, political and organizational skills and the proven ability to successfully execute public policy, political, and advocacy objectives. Proven ability to manage a team of staff and consultants.

  • Coalition or Issues Based Management Experience: Experience working with or for a successful issues-based federal advocacy coalition.

  • A deep understanding of the federal legislative process as well as federal electoral process in key states.

  • Fundraising ability: A proven skill set of fundraising tactics, finance plan management, and tracking financial goals.

  • Relationship Management: Outstanding ability to build relationships and use influence effectively in a variety of settings, both within the organization and with external constituencies, including public officials, trade associations, and other relevant parties. Ability to interact at the highest level of professionalism with all grassroots advocates, consultants, corporate and board contacts, White House, Congress, federal agencies, state governors and legislatures, state agencies, local government elected officials and staff, and the general public.

  • Strong Communications Skills: Proven ability to speak and write persuasively and with clarity, evidenced by experience in communicating advocacy positions, drafting issue papers, and preparing and presenting public statements and testimony.

  • Skilled at advocacy, influence, and persuasion: able to convince others to act on information or recommendations based on compelling logic or common best interests.

  • Experience collaborating cross-functionally to ensure execution of mission goals.

  • Strong analytical, critical thinking and interpersonal skills.

  • Track record of being able to work under quick deadlines and under changing circumstances.

  • Ability to manage budget and external resources.

  • Proven track record of building coalitions with other policy organizations, companies, and other stakeholders.

  • Passionate about winning paid family leave for everyone in the U.S.

  • Ability to travel as required, up to 25%.

Some of the benefits of working for PL+US & PL+US Action Fund:

  • Awesome team of high impact, low ego people who are in it to win.

  • Flexible work schedule. If you need to leave early to pick up your kid from school or take your mom to the doctor, that’s cool.

  • Work from home options. We like seeing you in the office and value face-time, but all of us work from home at least once or twice a week.

  • Up to 6 months of paid family leave, as well as health, dental, and vision insurance (up to $650/month).

  • Professional development coaching.

  • Generous time off. Unlimited vacation, 12 paid holidays, and we all take the week between Christmas and New Years off.

  • Retirement accounts. We offer a 401(k) since we want you to retire one day.

  • Employer-paid life and disability insurance, commuter benefits program, medical and dependent care FSA program.

Salary and Title:

This is a full time position reporting to the Executive Director. The salary range for this position is $100-115k commensurate with experience, plus generous benefits.

Location: Washington, D.C. Area with remote work a possibility. 

To Apply: Submit an application via Recruiterbox. You’ll need a resume and the ability to answer a handful of short questions in lieu of a cover letter. We would love to hire this role as soon as possible and will accept applications on a rolling basis until filled, with our first application review on June 15, 2019. 

PL+US Action Fund is deeply committed to diversity. We strongly encourage people of color, first-generation Americans, new parents, single parents, people with disabilities, and members of the queer community to apply.

 PL+US Action Fund is an equal opportunity employer.  This means that we don't discriminate against people because of their race, ethnicity, sex, age, religion, national origin, marital status, pregnancy, personal appearance, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, family responsibilities, or political affiliation.


Development Assistant

San Francisco Bay Area

Full-time exempt

PL+US is a bold new organization with a single mission: win paid family leave for everyone in the United States. Our strategy includes workplace transformation, political interventions, culture work, and, most importantly, building an army of advocates who are ready to fight - and win - paid family leave in their workplaces, in their communities, and nationwide.

In this role you will be the primary support for staff and board in their fundraising activities. This position will anchor the much needed administrative support for the department, tracking all donors/prospects and next steps. 

Responsibilities include:

  • Manage PL+US donor database, develop appropriate reports and dashboards and ensure the timely and accurate maintenance of our donor and donation data.

  • Working with our Finance Director, produce monthly, quarterly, and annual reports on development goals and progress.

  • Process donations and gift acknowledgement letters accurately and in a timely manner and assist with fulfillment of donor and sponsor benefits

  • Implement year end fundraising and annual fundraising and appreciation campaigns through mailings, donor recognition, and campaign correspondence

  • Maintain and support PL+US presence on third party fundraising platforms.

  • Manage relationships with vendors like Square and ActBlue.

  • Research and source new potential donors, maintaining a comprehensive list of individuals to develop and cultivate

  • Coordinate logistics for fundraising events including donor briefings, small cultivation events, house parties, and two annual events.

  • Draft on-going donor and prospect correspondence

  • Research prospective foundation and institutional funding opportunities to develop and expand a strong grant pipeline

  • With the Deputy Chief of Staff, track grants and institutional funder deadlines, and pull data for reporting purposes

  • Provide central coordination and tracking for all development activities

  • Provide direct support to the leadership team on all fundraising activities

  • Schedule donor meetings, phone calls, travel, etc. for fundraising principals

  • Prepare materials for meetings and produce follow-up materials as required

  • Research foundations and individual prospect. Compile background information and briefing memos as needed

  • Assist in the assembly of foundation reports and proposal submissions

  • Create regular fundraising reports as needed

  • Send out donor communications and ensure a timely schedule of outreach

Qualifications:

  • 3-5+ years administrative experience, preferably in a Fundraising/Development Office.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

  • Prior experience with Salesforce, EveryAction or other fundraising database preferred.

  • Strong computer skills: Windows, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel), etc.

  • Experience working with diverse populations.

  • Flexibility in meeting shifting demands and priorities.

  • Excellent interpersonal skills.

  • Organized and detail-oriented with proven time management skills; ability to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines without sacrificing attention to detail

  • Proven experience coordinating and executing events

Some of the benefits of working for PL+US: 

  • Awesome team of high impact, low ego people who are in it to win.

  • Flexible work schedule. If you need to leave early to pick up your kid from school or take your mom to the doctor, that’s cool.

  • Work from home options. We like seeing you in the office and value face-time, but all of us work from home at least once or twice a week.

  • Up to 6 months of paid family leave

  • Health, dental, and vision insurance (up to $650/month when you enroll in our plans)

  • Professional development coaching.

  • Generous time off. Unlimited vacation, 12 paid holidays, and we all take the week between Christmas and New Years off.

  • Retirement accounts. We offer a 401(k) since we want you to retire one day.

  • Employer-paid life and disability insurance, commuter benefits program, medical and dependent care FSA program.

Salary and Title:

This is a full-time position reporting to the Executive Director. The salary range for this position is $55,000-$70,000 commensurate with experience, plus generous benefits. 

Location: San Francisco, Bay Area.

To Apply: Submit an application via Recruiterbox. We would love to hire this role as soon as possible and will accept applications on a rolling basis until filled, with our first application review on July 1, 2019. 

PL+US is deeply committed to diversity. We strongly encourage people of color, first-generation Americans, new parents, single parents, people with disabilities, and members of the queer community to apply.  

PL+US is an equal opportunity employer.  This means that we don't discriminate against people because of their race, ethnicity, sex, age, religion, national origin, marital status, pregnancy, personal appearance, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, family responsibilities, or political affiliation.


Development Director

San Francisco Bay Area

Full-time exempt

PL+US is a bold new organization with a single mission: win paid family leave for everyone in the United States. Our strategy includes workplace transformation, political interventions, culture work, and, most importantly, building an army of advocates who are ready to fight - and win - paid family leave in their workplaces, in their communities, and nationwide.

We’re looking for an inspired, strategic, detail-oriented, project management expert to serve as our Development Director. In this role, you’ll bring our individual and institutional fundraising to the next level and help us build and manage the systems that will allow us to scope, pursue, and secure donations from a wide variety of supporters. 

This is a perfect role for an individual who has learned the ropes and is ready to spread their wings and grow with a new, dynamic and inspired team that’s in it to win. 

Responsibilities include:

  • In partnership with the Executive Director, develop and oversee strategy for increasing goals and overall giving.

  • Develop year-end fundraising and annual fundraising and appreciation campaigns through mailings, donor recognition, and campaign correspondence

  • Support Executive Director to manage and steward all current donors through donor communications including updates, personal correspondence, presentations, and donor meeting preparation.

  • Collaborate regularly with the PL+US team and grassroots leaders to leverage our work into fundraising opportunities.

  • Collaborate with our digital team to build an online grassroots donor base to increase donations each year.

  • Support our board in individual fundraising efforts.

  • Develop and build reports for the board of directors committee

  • Staff Board Development Committee meetings.

  • Oversee contracts with development consultants

  • With the Deputy Chief of Staff, manage the full lifecycle of grants and institutional funders, including but not limited to, stewarding funders and keeping them informed, writing and submitting letters of intent, proposals, and reports.

  • Develop and oversee events including donor briefings, small cultivation events, house parties, and two annual events.

  • Develop materials

  • Develop a strategy around donor outreach and make connections

  • Develop and oversee implementation of donor communications and engagement

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 7-10+ years of increasing responsibility in non-profit fundraising.

  • Proven track record of fundraising success, particularly by securing major gifts, successfully managing campaigns, and engaging a community of motivated supporters.

  • Working knowledge of development best practices, trends in development, fundraising tools and technology, including donor databases, e-mail and online campaigns, and donor research.

  • Prior experience with Salesforce, EveryAction, or other fundraising database preferred.

  • Ability to balance multiple priorities in a complex environment.

  • Proven experience coordinating and executing large scale events

Some of the benefits of working for PL+US: 

  • Awesome team of high impact, low ego people who are in it to win.

  • Flexible work schedule. If you need to leave early to pick up your kid from school or take your mom to the doctor, that’s cool.

  • Work from home options. We like seeing you in the office and value face-time, but all of us work from home at least once or twice a week.

  • Up to 6 months of paid family leave

  • Health, dental, and vision insurance (up to $650/month when you enroll in our plans)

  • Professional development coaching.

  • Generous time off. Unlimited vacation, 12 paid holidays, and we all take the week between Christmas and New Years off.

  • Retirement accounts. We offer a 401(k) since we want you to retire one day.

  • Employer-paid life and disability insurance, commuter benefits program, medical and dependent care FSA program.

Salary and Title:

This is a full-time position reporting to the Executive Director. The salary range for this position is $76,500 - $90,000 commensurate with experience, plus generous benefits. 

Location: San Francisco, Bay Area is preferred, but we are open to candidates from anywhere in the United States. 

To Apply: Submit an application via Recruiterbox. We would love to hire this role as soon as possible and will accept applications on a rolling basis until filled, with our first application review on July 1, 2019. 

PL+US is deeply committed to diversity. We strongly encourage people of color, first-generation Americans, new parents, single parents, people with disabilities, and members of the queer community to apply. 

PL+US is an equal opportunity employer.  This means that we don't discriminate against people because of their race, ethnicity, sex, age, religion, national origin, marital status, pregnancy, personal appearance, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, family responsibilities, or political affiliation.


California Campaign Manager

Los Angeles, California
Full-time exempt

PL+US: Paid Leave for the United States is a national non-profit organization with a single mission: win high-quality paid family leave for everyone in the U.S. Our three-pronged strategy transforms workplaces, public policy, and culture so that everyone can give and receive care when they need it most.

We are hiring a California Campaign Manager to lead our efforts in Los Angeles County and across the state. This person will organize grassroots outreach and build momentum for a national policy win. This is a perfect role for an experienced campaigner, organizer, and coalition builder, who's ready to apply everything they’ve learned over the years to win one of the signature battles of the decade.

Responsibilities include:

  • In partnership with staff from PL+US, develop and manage a campaign to drive momentum and action by key California legislators for robust paid family leave policy through organizing and coalition building, creative communications and digital media efforts, and strategic legislative tactics;

  • Lead, expand and engage the paid leave supporter base in Los Angeles; building diverse networks of paid leave validators, supporters, and advocates, including health care professionals, business leaders, working people and labor union partners, parents and caregivers, elected officials, and members of the faith community.

  • Develop and coordinate a robust program to get the real experiences of people in California into the media and in front of key legislators, including identifying story bank participants and conducting interviews to develop their paid leave stories; organizing storytelling activities and story dissemination, such as press events and video testimonials; and integrating stories into communications or organizational materials, such as blogs or op-eds;

  • Plan and organize field hearings, media events, panel discussions, and other events;

  • Identify and generate ways for paid leave supporters to take actions that help us win paid family leave through our workplace, political and legislative programs;

  • Draft, edit, and produce paid leave campaign materials, such as fact sheets and one-pagers tailored to various stakeholders and communities;

  • Represent PL+US within various coalitions, and collaborate and develop relationships with current and new partners to build a robust, multi-faceted paid leave campaign 

Qualifications:

  • At least 5-7 years of experience in organizing, campaigning, issue advocacy, and/or political campaigns;

  • Experience developing creative communications and digitally savvy campaigns that capture the attention of the media and key decision-makers;

  • Significant work experience on issue or candidate campaign management, and an ability to work independently and manage multiple projects simultaneously;

  • Experience in effectively building and maintaining relationships with coalition partners and various stakeholders, and an ability to develop tactics that engage paid leave supporters and partners in a coherent campaign strategy to win paid family leave;

  • An aptitude for grasping complex, key policy messages and effectively communicating them verbally or in writing to various and diverse audiences;

  • Valid driver’s license and ability to travel to engage stakeholders and partners in Los Angeles and various parts of the state, as needed;

  • Willingness to occasionally work long hours or nontraditional hours to attend/host events, field hearings, or meetings at various points throughout the year;

  • Happy working in fast-moving work situations and excited about creative problem solving;

  • A deep commitment to equity and inclusion, and experience working in diverse teams;

  • Kind, to others and to yourself. We’re building a team that’s smart, fun, fast, supportive, passionate, and collaborative. That starts with people who are truly delighted and challenged by the work, and know how to bring their best selves to it every day; and

  • Passionate about winning paid family leave for everyone in the U.S.

Pluses: 
We don't expect you to have all of these! A strong candidate will likely have one or two.

  • Local, state, and/or federal legislative experience, preferably in Los Angeles;

  • Communications experience, particularly earned media and savvy digital media skills;

  • Experience with issue advocacy on paid family leave, women’s issues, or other progressive issues;

  • Strong research and policy analytical skills;

 Some of the benefits of working for PL+US:

  • Awesome team of high impact, low-ego people who are in it to win.

  • Flexible work schedule. If you need to leave early to pick up your child from school or take your mom to the doctor, that’s cool.

  • Work from home options. We like seeing you in the office and value face-time, but all of us work from home at least once or twice a week.

  • Up to 6 months of paid family leave.

  • Health, dental, and vision insurance (up to $650/month when you enroll in our plans).

  • Professional development coaching.

  • Generous time off. Unlimited vacation, 12 paid holidays, and we all take the week between Christmas and New Year's Day off.

  • Retirement accounts. We offer a 401(k) since we want you to retire one day.

  • Employer-paid life and disability insurance, commuter benefits program, medical and dependent care FSA program.

Salary and Title:
We’re looking to hire a Campaign Manager with a minimum of 5-7 years of experience in organizing, issue advocacy, and/or politics. Salary range is $65,000 - $75,000, commensurate with experience. 

To Apply: 
Submit an application via Recruiterbox. You’ll need a resume and the ability to answer a handful of short questions in lieu of a cover letter. We would love to hire this role as soon as possible and will accept applications on a rolling basis until filled, with our first application review on July 19th, 2019. 

PL+US is deeply committed to diversity. We strongly encourage people of color, first-generation Americans, new parents, single parents, people with disabilities, and members of the queer community to apply. 

PL+US is an equal opportunity employer. This means that we don't discriminate against people because of their race, ethnicity, sex, age, religion, national origin, marital status, pregnancy, personal appearance, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, family responsibilities, or political affiliation.