Office Director – Join the Campaign to Protect Access to Abortion!

Wave Fundraising
Published
June 22, 2022
Location
Boston and Madison, United States of America
Category
Job Type

Description

Full-time Competitive Pay & Benefits Multiple Locations

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About Us

Wave Fundraising specializes in face-to-face canvassing. We believe that societal transformation demands on-the-ground action. We partner with organizations working to solve some of the biggest problems facing our society - from protecting human rights to fighting climate change - and help them build the resources they need to make an impact. By taking to the streets and neighborhoods to engage in meaningful interactions we help these partners do more good in the world.

We are a people-powered enterprise; our campaigns are effective because we hire diverse teams of talented people, invest in our staff, and treat them well.

Featured Partner - Planned Parenthood Wisconsin

Women's reproductive rights are under attack. This session, the US Supreme Court is going to decide on a case that is a director challenge to Roe v. Wade - putting abortion access at risk across the nation. Women, not the courts and lawmakers, should decide what is best for themselves and their families. Our campaign will be rallying support for Planned Parenthood Wisconsin to make sure state's laws will protect access to abortion care regardless of who is on the Court.

Planned Parenthood Wisconsin can only sustain their critical work and take on new challenges, campaigns, and cases, with members and money. That's why they're partnering with us; we have the experience and expertise to recruit the members and raise the money groups like Planned Parenthood Wisconsin rely on to run effective campaigns.

We are looking for talented leaders to run face-to-face fundraising campaigns. A canvass director builds an office from the ground up and is responsible for training and managing a staff of paid canvassers to hit ambitious membership and fundraising goals. The ideal candidate is eager to get hands-on experience with fundraising, project management, and staff development and is prepared to be challenged.

*We do have other positions available across the country if you are interested in learning about those please refer to our website.

Responsibilities:

  • Train staff in skills needed to be successful fundraisers and communicators. Provide ongoing motivation for staff. Ensure company policies are upheld.
  • Canvass 3-4 days a week, leading by example by consistently meeting and exceeding goals.
  • Participate in canvasser hiring and onboarding, including interviewing and offering candidates..
  • Create canvasser schedules, develop turf plans, oversee daily logistics, track field and donor information, process payroll.
  • Ensure the staff and the canvassing efforts are rooted in and shaped by the values of equity and justice. Infusing equity and justice principles into every aspect of the job including but not limited to staff management, recruitment and canvassing.

Qualifications:

Must have

  • Ability to effectively interface with members of the public
  • Motivated to make a difference through fundraising
  • Driven and goal-oriented
  • Trainable and open to new skills
  • Good listening and communication skills
  • Ability to build a team, motivate and inspire others
  • Toughness; a strong work ethic
  • Trustworthy, professional and reliable
  • Attention to detail

Nice-to-have

  • Previous canvass or campaign experience
  • Previous sales, customer service, or fundraising experience
  • Geographic flexibility, an ability to relocate to run an office

 

Salary: Target annual compensation for this position is $55,000-$75,000. The starting base salary range is $51,600-$62,000; bonuses and incentives fall in the range of $3,500 to $10,000. We offer a generous benefits package, including paid vacation and sick leave, health insurance, hands-on training, and opportunities for advancement.

We prioritize equity and inclusion. We are an equal opportunity employer and we strongly encourage Black, indigenous, people of color, women, people with previous felony convictions, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, and others who identify with underrepresented groups to apply.

See more and apply -Boston

See more and apply- Madison 

Please note: We want to hire people of all gender identities. This hiring platform (JazzHR) does not allow us to add in specific options for gender identities outside of the binary, but we are currently working with them to find a solution.

As a member of the Professional Face-to-Face Fundraising Association (PFFA), our organization adheres to the PFFA Code of Conduct and all requirements stated therein. We commit to the ethical, effective, and sustainable practice of face-to-face fundraising, as well as equitable, diverse and inclusive hiring, training and work place support practices for our staff, contractors and agency relationships. Further, we confirm that all positions, regardless of status, are paid positions and are not offered on a volunteer basis.

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