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Strategy, Impact, and Learning Internship Democracy Fund is committed to a diverse workplace, seeking voices and expertise from people from across the political spectrum. Our board, staff, advisors, and grantees include Republicans, Democrats, and Independents. Democracy Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer, where we encourage candidates of all ages, color, ethnic background, country of origin, religion, disability status, gender, sexual orientation, and gender identity to apply.
The COO will ensure that the organization has the internal leadership, infrastructure, and culture in place to achieve its goals to renew American democracy. A key strategic partner to the President and Board, the COO will be responsible for all internal operational and people functions for Democracy Fund and Democracy Fund Voice, our affiliated c 4.
The COO will serve as the senior-most financial management officer and will be responsible for ensuring that Democracy Fund continues to innovate and adapt in order to achieve its goals most effectively.
The ideal candidate is a world-class leader with a talent for inspiring, developing, and empowering teams.
As a deeply experienced, people-loving problem solver, the COO will possess a high tolerance for ambiguity and a proven track record of balancing creativity with rigor. Serving as point of contact for external constituencies, candidate will coordinate meetings and events for the entire team, and oversees process improvements to enhance their productivity.
This role provides the hub for all work happening across the program and how people connect to and collaborate with it. This role reports to the Managing Director, Public Square. We are looking for someone who loves working in a fast-paced, mission-driven, entrepreneurial environment, and brings a keen attention to detail.
Successful candidate is a resourceful, highly collaborative team player who, possesses strong written and verbal communication, administrative, and organizational skills, and who excels at managing a realistic balance among multiple priorities. Able to work independently on projects from conception to completion, the ideal candidate will enjoy meeting deadlines, making processes run smoothly, and enhancing internal communications.
Deep passion for strengthening American democracy years of experience supporting a high performing team or senior level executive management, preferably in a nonprofit setting Demonstrated expertise in scheduling a plus.
Democracy Fund has grown dramatically over the last four years, and it has cultivated a diverse network of leaders committed to fostering a healthy democracy. As such, Democracy Fund is seeking its first Director of Partnerships to expand its influence by activating a powerful and diverse network of philanthropic, political, and civic leaders.
The Director, a senior leader within the organization, will lead implementation of its newly developed Philanthropic Partnerships strategy to bring new resources and leadership to the field. Working closely with the leadership team, including the President and Senior Recruiter, the Director will join a growing Communications and Network team and manage two-full time staff and outside consultants.
Successful applicants will have a track record of success in donor activation, stewardship, and relationship activities, particularly with ultra- and high-net worth donors.
The Director will bring a love of people, a comfort working across difference, and a deep talent as a strong collaborator, communicator, and strategic network builder. The responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume.
Democracy Fund is seeking two creative, highly collaborative Senior Communications Associates to join our growing team.
With the goal of building influence and creating deeper connective tissue across our programs, we are creating a new Communications Associate position to manage communications strategy for each program and to collaborate on communications activities for the organization at large.
The new Senior Associates will be responsible for enthusiastically advancing Democracy Fund messages and driving external activities for one of two core programs—Elections or Public Square.
Each associate will also bring passion to the management and execution of select organizational communications efforts, such as social media, internal communications, email marketing, or special projects.
Based in Washington, DC, these positions report to the Director of Communications but will be fully integrated within the program teams. The winning candidates will have proven experience managing the development and execution of high-impact issue or advocacy campaigns and will have direct experience working across departments in nonprofit advocacy, politics, or philanthropic ventures.
They will have a track record of earning premier national and state coverage or facility with developing a variety of content, ranging from social media to publications, or both.
The ideal candidates will be passionate about democracy, energized by strategic communications, and bring a resourceful, action orientation to the position. Expert knowledge of strategic communications in at least one of the following key areas: If a particular program or organizational portfolio appeals, please note in your cover letter.
We are now seeking a Senior Program Associate to lead this line of work, aimed at improving the security of elections and reducing gamesmanship around laws of political power. Such efforts may involve policy work, advocacy, coalition and relationship building, thought leadership, and innovative approaches to reduce real or perceived threats to American elections.
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