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National Domestic Workers Alliance is hiring a Remote Caring Across Generations - Media Relations Manager

Caring Across Generations – JOB ANNOUNCEMENT 

Title: Media Relations Manager 

Position: Full Time 

Reports To: Senior Communications Director 

FLSA Status: Exempt 

Salary: $70-80K, based on experience 

Start Date: January 2023

Work Location: Remote 

About Caring Across Generations:

Caring Across Generations is a national campaign working to make care more affordable and accessible at every stage of life, while making sure caregivers are treated with respect and dignity. Founded in 2011 by Sarita Gupta and Ai-jen Poo, our campaign is focused on creating change in three ways: organizing a powerful movement of the Caring Majority — the majority of Americans who are directly affected by the need for care, fighting for groundbreaking policy at the state and federal level and changing hearts and minds through storytelling, pop culture interventions and cultural organizing. 

About the Position

Caring Across is seeking a Media Relations Manager to join our ambitious and high-performing Communications team as they work to advance the organizational brand, advance our work to transform cultural norms and narratives about aging, disability and care, as well as shift care-related policy so that it is accessible, affordable and equitable. Reporting directly to the Senior Communications Director, the Media Relations Manager will play a key role in developing and implementing media relations and communications strategies to achieve policy and culture change goals. 

The Manager will work closely with cross-departmental staff teams to coordinate media relations work and advance strategic goals in support of Caring Across Generations’ mission to ensure everyone can live, work and age with dignity. A collaborative work style, strong communications and media skills, attention to detail, some project management experience and enthusiasm for implementing communications and messaging strategy is vital. 

Role and Responsibilities 

Media Relations, Monitoring and Outreach 

  • Drive media conversation and strategy on federal care policy work. Track national narrative trends and discourse related to our work and partner with advocacy, digital and organizing teams to find injection points and places to add Caring Across’ framing and messaging. 
  • Field media inquiries and coordinate interviews/interview prep. Serve as a spokesperson for Caring Across as needed.
  • Maintain press relationships and update press lists. Identify new target outlets and reporters; create backgrounders on key outlets and reporters. 
  • Draft, post and distribute press advisories, statements and releases. Draft and track media pitches. 
  • Track press hits on our issues and compile weekly news digests. Monitor media campaigns and report on results. 
  • Maintain a database of media relations contacts; preparing collections of significant media clips. Send regular clip roundups to key contacts within the organization.Manage a variety of work products in a fast-paced environment, handling several projects concurrently; excellent planning and time management skills. 
  • Attend conferences, trainings and networking with communications professionals to stay up to date on latest trends and inform overall campaign communications strategy. 

Content Development 

  • Develop media relations plan components including press releases, public statements, media pitching/reporter briefings, press kits, press events, op-eds or letters to the editor and campaign toolkits. 
  • Identify thought leadership opportunities for organizational spokespeople and assist in developing materials. 
  • Track and organize research and industry-related topics (combining online sources, interviews and studies) for content planning. 
  • Update and maintain organizational fact sheets and messaging documents.Assist with publications needs, including drafting content, copyediting and fact-checking. 

Communications Team Support 

  • Maintain shared organizational communications documents and resources.Build and edit talking points library of current and past messaging. 
  • Assist in organizational adherence to established writing standards, style guide and brand voice/tone to ensure consistency in all communications and media materials. 
  • Assist in maintaining an organizational editorial calendar of campaigns, observances and opportunities. 

Qualifications & Skills 

  • Bachelor’s Degree from a four-year college or university in journalism and/or related field, or equivalent experience. 
  • Two of more years experience preparing press materials, drafting talking points and other media outreach tactics.
  • Superb writing skills, including the ability to carefully target messaging, quickly turn around materials and think strategically about rapid response to current events. 
  • Experience in copyediting with an excellent grasp of AP Style, editorial review and rules of grammar. 
  • Accuracy and attention to detail required.
  • Ability to prioritize and manage numerous projects in a fast-paced, changing environment. At least 1 year of project management experience. 
  • Strong interpersonal skills and desire to collaborate across departments and teams 
  • Self-starter who is comfortable working independently and asking questions with an eagerness to deepen their knowledge of strategic communications. 
  • Ability to travel nationally as needed. 

What we offer you in return and why you would love being a part of ourteam!

  • We are 100% virtual (with occasional travel for events & retreats)
  • Care is in our name; it is deeply embedded in our culture and our team consists of mostly current or former caregivers. We are fully supportive of your wellbeing.
  • We offer a generous virtual office budget which includes home office set up and a cellphone, internet stipend
  • Generous paid time off, including 15 paid holidays, ,work schedule flexibility, time off in the summer for a mini sabbatical, 15 paid holidays, 12 days of PTO and 12 days of sick leave, Paid Family Leave and time off at the end of year (2 weeks which lead into the new year)
  • 401k Match
  • 100% paid Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and Short Term Disability. Long Term Disability is paid by the employee at a very minimal cost.
  • Work with a world class team that looks and is like you (elders, people of color, LGBTQIA, disabled and more are all fully represented here)
  • We offer learning and growth opportunities, including an allowance for professional development
  • You have an opportunity to live a values-aligned work-life.
  • Employee discounts for select stores, travel packages and restaurants A fun team environment, even while we are busy changing the world

How to Apply:

Candidates will be considered on a rolling basis until it is filled, but preference will be given to those who apply by December 9, 2022. 


Applications should include: 

  • A resume 
  • Answers to the following questions in your cover letter: 

What is your motivation for applying to this role? (word limit: 200)

What is the most ambitious project you played a large role in? What were its goals and did you meet them? If not, why and what did you learn? ( word limit: 200) 

What media relations achievement are you most proud of and why? ( word limit: 200) 

  • Two writing samples (examples: press release, short news story, reporter pitch) 

Caring Across Generations is committed to fostering and maintaining a work environment where diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) are fully integrated into everything we do. As such, we strongly prioritize and embrace Black, Indigenous and people of color; a multigenerational workforce; LGBTQ+; those across religious and spiritual affiliations; and people with disabilities to join our representative and highly talented team. 

Interview Process 

Our team is small but mighty, and each interview process varies just a little based on the specific hiring managers needs. However, our standard timeline is as follows: Rolling review of applications for 2-3 weeks and candidates are contacted if we moving forward

  • Week 1: Team interview via video call

Week 2: Paid writing assignment and, when applicable, final interview

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National Domestic Workers Alliance is hiring a Remote Deputy Communications Director

Job Title:Deputy Communications Director

Job Type:  Full-time              

FLSA Status:Exempt

Salary: $100,000 - $120,000                  

Reports to:Communications Director                                                                           

Work Location:Remote

Start Date (or Position Open until x-date): May 1  

      

        

BACKGROUND & POSITION SUMMARY


The National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) is the leading national voice for dignity and fairness for domestic workers in the United States. NDWA works for the respect, recognition, and inclusion in labor protections of domestic and home care workers across the country. NDWA is winning improved working conditions while building a powerful movement rooted in the human rights, dignity and equality of domestic workers, home care workers, immigrant women and Black women.


NDWA was founded in 2007 by domestic workers and organizers from around the country. Our national alliance has grown from this founding group of 13 organizations to now more than 70 affiliate organizations and local chapters developed by NDWA. To date, the Alliance comprises more than 250,000 nannies, housekeepers, and home care workers in all 50 states.


Care in Action is a (501c4) nonprofit, nonpartisan group dedicated to fighting for dignity and fairness for the millions of domestic workers in the United States, most of whom are women. Founded in 2016, Care in Action is backed by tens of thousands of nannies, house cleaners, and care workers across the country. We provide the tools, training, and community working families need to make their voices heard, and organize and advocate for respect, recognition, and inclusion in labor protections.


NDWA and Care in Action seek a Deputy Communications Director to co-develop, co-manage, and execute communications strategy for NDWA and Care in Action state and federal campaigns and programs. The Deputy Communications Director would work hand-in-hand with the Sr. Communications Director to run the daily communications operation, strengthen the narrative of the organization, oversee narrative implementation within NDWA and Care in Action, and lead cross-team collaboration with NDWA/Care in Action directors to meet organizational goals.



PRIMARY ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 


  • Co-develop, co-manage, and execute communications strategies for various organizational campaigns and rapid response moments
  • Track and analyze national public discourse and debates on our issues to develop overall strategy and response
  • Identify opportunities to build the NDWA and Care in Action brand for external audiences, including media, donors, and supporters
  • Oversight of work plan development for the Campaign Communications Lead
  • Assist with the supervision of the communications operation, including managing daily content approvals of communication material and delegation to team members
  • Lead cross-team coordination with the Campaigns Director, Culture Change Director, Digital Director, Field Director, and Development Director to set supporting communications strategy, messaging, and external engagement plans
  • Manage NDWA and Care in Action communications consultants 
  • Occasionally draft external communications (press releases, statements, advisories, and related materials) on behalf of the organization and its principals 
  • General communications duties, as assigned by the Sr. Communications Director

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Five to seven years directing or leading communications work in Communications, Public Relations, Journalism, or a related field
  • A proven track record of developing and executing strategic communications plans
  • Experience in leading and managing a team with consideration, empathy, and intentionality. Must understand that the mission of our work translates directly to our models of leadership
  • Experience in developing narrative, messaging, talking points and other communications assets
  • Familiarity with political and advocacy space. Previous experience collaborating with movement, coalition, and partner spaces, including public and elected officials, a plus.
  • High performer capable of holding multiple campaigns and projects with complexity at once
  • Alignment with NDWA and Care in Action’s vision and values, including a commitment to economic, race and gender justice  – must have the ability to deploy historical and cultural context in our strategic planning as needed 
  • Creative problem solver with the ability to pivot and innovate to adapt to the changing political/policy landscape
  • Outstanding communication, written, verbal, and organizational skills 
  • Proven ability to learn quickly, work independently, meet multiple deadlines with a keen attention to detail
  • Ability to work and collaborate with diverse staff remotely and as part of a high-performing team, in a fast-paced, experimental organization
  • Spanish proficiency a plus


How to Apply:Please send resume, cover letter, and writing sample to https://domesticworkers.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=233 . Applications will only be accepted electronically, and solicitations to individual staff are unlikely to be responded to. 


Women, People of Color, People with Disabilities, and LGBTQIA+ people strongly urged to apply.

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National Domestic Workers Alliance is hiring a Remote Domestic Worker Digital Organizer (English/Spanish Bilingual)

FLSA Status:Exempt

Start Date:ASAP

Reports to: Member Engagement Director


The National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) is the nation’s leading voice for respect, recognition and labor standards for nannies, house cleaners and home care workers. Through leadership development, strategic campaigns and alliance building, we are raising employment standards for the domestic workforce while building a powerful movement for social and global justice. The Alliance formed in 2007 at the US Social Forum and is made up of 70 affiliate organizations and chapters, and a growing base of thousands of individual workers throughout the U.S. 


The Digital Organizer will be part of the NDWA Member Engagement team that uses digital organizing tools to engage and grow our base of domestic workers. Initially, a particular focus of this role will be in California, the state with the largest number of domestic workers in the country. Growing our base in California will be a key to increasing our power nationally. NDWA works in close collaboration with the California Domestic Worker Coalition (CDWC), which includes 12 of NDWA’s California-based affiliate organizations and one NDWA chapter. 


In 2013, after many years of organizing, domestic workers in the state won the California Domestic Worker Bill of Rights. In June 2019, the state approved a $5 million budget allocation to establish an outreach and education program, a first-of-its-kind state co-enforcement program to promote awareness of, and compliance with, labor protections that affect the domestic workforce--and in 2020 the CDWC won the contract to coordinate the enforcement program. While CDWC and NDWA’s California affiliates will be developing on-the-ground enforcement outreach and education programs, the Digital Organizer will create online community and training spaces for workers in other parts of the state, as well as for specific subsets of the domestic workforce who are not organized by existing local organizations.


The focus of the Digital Organizer’s work will be to:

  • Increase NDWA’s capacity to engage domestic workers online, especially those who are not in close proximity to existing affiliate/chapter organizations. The initial focus of this work will be in California.
  • Run a series of experiments to test models of online worker know-your-rights education with the intention of supporting the largest number of workers understanding their rights as possible.
  • Create online spaces for domestic workers to learn about their rights, connect with each other and engage in NDWA and CDWC campaigns. 
  • Maintain private member social channels, including community moderation and content generation. 
  • Mobilize workers to participate in online calls to action in support of advocacy campaigns.
  • Identify potential domestic worker digital leaders and train and support them as peer facilitators of online spaces and to provide peer-to-peer know your rights information online.
  • Track worker engagement across digital channels and utilize analysis for audience understanding, targeting and refinement.
  • Understand and apply data-informed decision making, including analysis, reporting, and targeting.
  • Create and maintain weekly reporting, including data analysis and metrics.
  • Write as needed for online ads, video scripts, websites, SMS, and email.


Required qualifications:   

  • A native or fluent and culturally competent Spanish speaker; excellent writing, translation and interpretation skills in both Spanish and English.
  • Minimum 3 years online organizing experience. 
  • Experience as a digital or field organizer for a union or membership based association. 
  • Experience with leadership development, popular education methodology, and strong facilitation/training skills, ideally with low wage workers or workers with limited access to technology.
  • Experience with data informed online organizing, including multi-channel digital engagement tracking, list segmentation, A/B testing and CRMs. Direct experience with Action Network, EveryAction and/or other advocacy platforms.
  • Experience with peer to peer and broadcast text. Direct experience with ThruText or Hustle as well as with Mobile Commons or similar broadcast SMS tools.
  • Experience with strategic use of Facebook and other social media platforms, as well as social media management systems and online tools. Direct experience with WhatsApp a plus.
  • Experience with online programming and digital training development, such as learning management systems or online video production. 
  • Familiarity with digital strategies for engaging communities with limited access to technology.
  • Experience working in networks and coalitions and excellent skills for coordination across organizations.
  • Excellent time management skills, including ability to meet deadlines, work successfully in a team, handle supervision, and attention to detail
  • Strong research and communication skills.  
  • Willingness to be coached, experiment, apply lessons and iterate on the work continuously.
  • Ability to relate to and work with diverse groups of people as well as an understanding of the daily challenges faced by low-income communities of color; previous experience working with marginalized communities or domestic workers.


Women, People of Color, People with Disabilities and LGBTQ people strongly urged to apply. Applications will only be accepted electronically. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and one professional writing sample in English AND in Spanish here: https://domesticworkers.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=162. This position will remain open until filled.

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National Domestic Workers Alliance is hiring a Remote Communications Associate

Caring Across Generations – JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

 

Title:       Communications Associate

Position: Full Time

Reports To: Senior Communications Manager 

FLSA Status: Exempt

Salary: 60-70K - based on experience.

Start Date: As soon as filled 

Work Location: Remote


About Caring Across Generations:

Caring Across Generations is a national campaign working to make care more affordable and accessible at every stage of life, while making sure caregivers are treated with respect and dignity. Founded in 2011 by Sarita Gupta and Ai-jen Poo, our campaign is focused on creating change in three ways: organizing a powerful movement of the Caring Majority — the majority of Americans who are directly affected by the need for care, fighting for groundbreaking policy at the state and federal level, and changing hearts and minds through storytelling, pop culture interventions, and cultural organizing. 


About the Position 

Caring Across is seeking a Communications Associate to join our ambitious and high-performing Communications team as they work to advance the organizational brand, advance our work to transform cultural norms and narratives about aging, disability and care, and shift care-related policy so that it is accessible, affordable and equitable. Reporting directly to the Senior Communications Manager, the Communications Associate will play a key role in developing and implementing media relations and communications strategies to achieve policy and culture change goals. 

The Associate will work closely with cross-departmental staff teams to coordinate media relations work and advance strategic goals in support of Caring Across Generations’ mission to ensure everyone can live, work and age with dignity. A collaborative work style, strong communications and media skills, attention to detail, some project management experience, and enthusiasm for implementing communications and messaging strategy is vital. 

Role and Responsibilities


Media Monitoring and Outreach

  • Track press hits on our issues and compile weekly news digests.
  • Monitor media campaigns, and report on results. 
  • Maintain a database of media relations contacts; preparing collections of significant media clips. Send regular clip roundups to key contacts within the organization. 
  • Manage a variety of work products in a fast-paced environment, handling several projects concurrently; excellent planning and time management skills.
  • Help maintain press relationships; update press lists of national and local reporters. 
  • Assist the Senior Communications Managers in identifying new target outlets and reporters; create backgrounders on key outlets and reporters.
  • Draft, post and distribute press advisories, statements and releases.
  • Track national narrative trends and discourse related to our work to find injections. points and places to add Caring Across’ framing and messaging.
  • Field media inquiries, and coordinate interviews and interview prep.
  • Draft and track media pitches.
  • Attend conferences, trainings and networking with communications professionals to stay up to date on latest trends and inform overall campaign communications strategy. 


Content Development 

  • Develop media relations plan components including press releases, public statements, media pitching/reporter briefings, press kits, press events, op-eds or letters to the editor and campaign toolkits.
  • Identify thought leadership opportunities for organizational spokespeople and assist in developing materials.
  • Track and organize research and industry-related topics (combining online sources, interviews, and studies) for content planning. 
  • Update and maintain organizational fact sheets and messaging documents. 
  • Assist with publications needs, including drafting content, copyediting and fact-checking.


Communications Team Support

  • Maintain shared organizational communications documents and resources.
  • Build and edit talking points library of current and past messaging.
  • Assist in organizational adherence to established writing standards, style guide and brand voice/tone to ensure consistency in all communications and media materials.
  • Assist in maintaining an organizational editorial calendar of campaigns, observances and opportunities.


Qualifications & Skills 

  • Bachelor’s Degree from a four-year college or university in journalism and/or related field, or equivalent experience.
  • One of more years experience preparing press materials, drafting talking points and other media outreach tactics
  • Superb writing skills, including the ability to carefully target messaging, quickly turn around materials, and think strategically about rapid response to current events.
  • Experience in copyediting with an excellent grasp of AP Style, editorial review and rules of grammar.
  • Accuracy and attention to detail required.
  • Ability to prioritize and manage numerous projects in a fast-paced, changing environment. At least 1 year of project management experience. 
  • Strong interpersonal skills and desire to collaborate across departments and teams
  • Self-starter who is comfortable working independently and asking questions with an eagerness to deepen their knowledge of strategic communications.
  • Ability to travel nationally as needed.



What we offer you in return and why you would love being a part of our team!

  • We are 100% virtual (with occasional travel for events & retreats)
  • Care is in our name; it is deeply embedded in our culture and our team consists of mostly current or former caregivers. We are fully supportive of your wellbeing. 
  • We offer a generous virtual office budget which includes home office set up and a cellphone, internet stipend
  • Generous paid time off, including 15 paid holidays, ,work schedule flexibility, time off in the summer for a mini sabbatical, 15 paid holidays, 12 days of PTO and 12 days of sick leave, Paid Family Leave and time off at the end of year (2 weeks which lead into the new year) 
  • 401k Match
  • 100% paid Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and Short Term Disability. Long Term Disability is paid by the employee at a very minimal cost. 
  • Work with a world class team that looks and is like you (elders, people of color, LGBTQIA, disabled and more are all fully represented here)
  • We offer learning and growth opportunities, including an allowance for professional development
  • You have an opportunity to live a values-aligned work-life.
  • Employee discounts for select stores, travel packages and restaurants 
  • A fun team environment, even while we are busy changing the world


How to Apply:

Candidates will be considered on a rolling basis until it is filled, but preference will be given to those who apply by September 23, 2022.  

Please apply at: https://domesticworkers.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=242


Applications should include:

  • A resume 
  • Answers to the following questions in your cover letter:
  • What is your motivation for applying to this role? (word limit: 200)
  • What is the most ambitious project you played a large role in? What were its goals and did you meet them? If not, why and what did you learn? ( word limit: 200)
  • What media relations achievement are you most proud of and why? ( word limit: 200)
  • Two writing samples (examples: press release, short news story, reporter pitch)


    Caring Across Generations is committed to fostering and maintaining a work environment where diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) are fully integrated into everything we do. As such, we strongly prioritize and embrace Black, Indigenous and people of color; a multigenerational workforce; LGBTQ+; those across religious and spiritual affiliations; and people with disabilities to join our representative and highly talented team.


     Interview Process 


    Our team is small but mighty, and each interview process varies just a little based on the specific hiring managers needs. However, our standard timeline is as follows:

    • Rolling review of applications for 2-3  weeks and candidates are contacted if we moving forward
    • Week 1: Initial video screen interview
    • Week 2: Team interview via video call
    • Week 3: Paid writing assignment and, when applicable, final interview


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    National Domestic Workers Alliance is hiring a Remote Senior Digital Manager

    Title:       Senior Digital Manager

    Position: Full Time

    Reports To: Senior Director of Digital

    FLSA Status: Exempt

    Salary: 90-95k, based on experience

    Start Date: As soon as filled 

    Work Location: Remote


    About Caring Across Generations:

    Caring Across Generations (CAG) is a national campaign working to make care more affordable and accessible at every stage of life, while ensuring caregivers - both family caregivers and professional care workers, people with disabilities and aging adults are treated with respect and dignity. 


    Founded in 2011 by Sarita Gupta and Ai-jen Poo (who were the executive directors of Jobs with Justice and the National Domestic Workers Alliance, respectively), we take an explicitly intersectional approach to our work, connecting the dots between the urgent need to build a strong care infrastructure and the need for bold action on immigration reform, gender, racial, economic and disability justice, and addressing the growing needs of our aging population. 


    Our campaign is focused on creating change in three ways: 

    • Fighting for groundbreaking policy at the state and federal level, 
    • Changing hearts and minds through storytelling and cultural organizing, and
    • Build a powerful constituency for care through online organizing and convening a powerful coalition of state and national care organizations and advocates to transform our nation’s care infrastructure.


    Position Summary:

    Caring Across Generations is seeking a savvy and experienced Senior Digital Manager to help lead our core digital work to build, engage, diversify, and build leaders from our supporter base.


    As the Senior Digital Manager, you’ll be a thought partner to the Senior Director of Digital to ensure all our digital strategies and output are working to meet the organization’s engagement and development goals. You’ll use digital mobilizing, campaigning, and fundraising strategies to: shift traditional attitudes that view care needs as an individual problem; push for legislation that makes care more accessible at every stage of life; and, build our engagement program. You’ll be responsible for designing and optimizing multi-channel digital engagement and fundraising pushes. You’ll juggle planned, responsive, and ongoing core digital work – and never miss a beat in seizing opportunities to insert our narratives into the cultural zeitgeist. You'll partner with staff across the organization to drive data-driven, supporter-focused strategies that activate new and diverse audiences of people who give and receive care over time.


    Primary Responsibilities:

    • Develop digital engagement goals, benchmarks, strategy, and output plans with the Campaigns, Advocacy, and Development teams for short-term responsive projects and longer-term projects that will enhance Caring Across’s ability to grow, engage, and fundraise with our supporters.
    • Make key decisions about email, SMS, and website output by using insights from testing and performance data as well as relevant team members or organizational stakeholders.
    • Drive our email fundraising program strategy with the Development team.
    • Identify opportunities for high-impact, responsive projects that'll excite potential and existing supporters and can be scaled into larger projects with stakeholders from across the organization.
    • Help oversee our ad program with the Senior Director of Digital and our vendor (who does the actual ad execution)
    • Follow and test best practices and narrative innovations from the world of digital marketing for email, mobile, web, and action pages.
    • Occasionally collaborate with storytellers, artists, and other external partners to co-produce content for our channels.
    • Ability to inspire our supporters with a vision of a more caring world and activate them with imaginative on-ramps.
    • Proactively communicate priorities, successes, and learnings.
    • Take on digital team projects and tasks as needed.


    What great qualities do you possess?

    • Minimum of 6 years of experience in email advocacy and digital fundraising.
    • A sharp analysis of race, class, and disability justice that resonates broadly to create culturally competent content – along with an understanding of how to create accessible content across channels.
    • The ability to dream up bold ideas that grow our following.
    • Solid understanding of digital tools and their application including, but not limited to, peer-to-peer texting, SMS, Zoom, Google Apps, EveryAction/VAN (preferred), WordPress, Squarespace, HTML, and Excel.
    • Have a track record of using data and compiling digital analytics.
    • Write in a clear and compelling way for supporters as well as staff members.
    • Self-motivated, highly accountable to your team, and comfortable and effective working in a remote environment. Can balance need for high quality work with expediency to meet timelines and a diversity of priorities.
    • When travel resumes, travel to quarterly staff retreats, occasional in person meetings, conferences, and professional development opportunities are likely.
    • Fluency in Spanish is a bonus.
    • Experience with ad strategy focused on awareness, engagement, and lead generation goals is a bonus.
    • Some knowledge of the conditions and experiences of family caregivers and/or seniors and/or a person with a disability experience navigating our inadequate care systems is a bonus.

    What we offer you in return and why you would love being a part of our team!

    • We are 100% virtual
    • Care is in our name, it is deeply embedded in our culture, our team is mostly current or former caregivers. We are fully supportive of your wellbeing. 
    • We offer a generous virtual office budget which includes home office set up and a cellphone, internet stipend
    • Generous Paid Time Off and work flexibility, time off in the summer for a mini sabbatical, 15 paid Holidays, 12 days of PTO and 12 days of sick leave, Paid Family Leave and time off at the end of year (2 weeks which lead into the new year) 
    • 401k Match
    • 100% paid Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and Short Term Disability. Long Term Disability is paid by the employee at a very minimal cost. 
    • We offer learning and growth opportunities, (including an allowance for Professional Development)
    • You have an opportunity to live a values-aligned work-life.
    • Employee Discount Programs with discounts stores, travel and restaurants all over.
    • A fun team environment, even while we are busy changing the world


    How to apply

    • A resume
    • Answers to the following questions in lieu of a cover letter:
      • What tactics would you use to grow an email list with quality supporters and donors without sacrificing authenticity and narrative cohesion? Please include a very short ad and email fundraising strategy. (suggested word limit: 200)
      • Describe a time when you leveraged a moment in the world or “newsjacked” to build your list. (suggested word limit: 200)
      • What are 4 strategies to cultivate supporters into becoming donors? Just looking for toplines here. (suggested word limit: 200)
    • Please share a writing sample, preferably a sample of email writing for advocacy or fundraising.


    Work schedule and organization details

    This is a full-time, exempt position, with occasional evening and weekend work based on need.  The salary is $90-95,000 based on experience. 


    Caring Across Generations is a project of, and fiscally sponsored by, National Domestic Workers Alliance.

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    National Domestic Workers Alliance is hiring a Remote Manager of Corporate Engagement

    Manager of Corporate Engagement

    Position: Full Time

    Reports To: Chief of Development & Operations

    FLSA Status: Exempt

    Salary: 80K

    Start Date: As soon as filled 

    Work Location: Remote


    About Caring Across Generations:

    Caring Across Generations (CAG) is a national campaign working to make care more affordable and accessible at every stage of life, while ensuring caregivers - both family caregivers and professional care workers, people with disabilities and aging adults are treated with respect and dignity. 


    Founded in 2011 by Sarita Gupta and Ai-jen Poo (who were the executive directors of Jobs with Justice and the National Domestic Workers Alliance, respectively), we take an explicitly intersectional approach to our work, connecting the dots between the urgent need to build a strong care infrastructure and the need for bold action on immigration reform, gender, racial, economic and disability justice, and addressing the growing needs of our aging population. 


    Our campaign is focused on creating change in three ways: 

    • Fighting for groundbreaking policy at the state and federal level, 
    • Changing hearts and minds through storytelling and cultural organizing, and
    • Build a powerful constituency for care through online organizing and convening a powerful coalition of state and national care organizations and advocates to transform our nation’s care infrastructure.


    Position Summary:

    The Manager of Corporate Engagement is a new position that will work closely with the Chief of Development & Operations to design, develop, and implement strategies that engage, develop, and retain corporate donors (both employees and organizations) and maintain sustained partnerships across in-kind and cash revenues. The Manager will be responsible for establishing, managing, and executing workplace engagement strategies that include corporate: fundraising campaigns, volunteering and project management, corporate engagement in key events and activities, solicitation of sponsorships, and engagement with Caring Across Generations programs and initiatives.


    The Manager of Corporate Engagement is responsible for identifying, cultivating and soliciting, and stewarding the relationships with businesses and corporations for the purpose of raising financial and volunteer resources. In addition, the Manager of Corporate Engagement will work closely with the Chief of Advocacy & Campaigns, Chief of Culture Change & Narrative to secure support from Corporate supporters for Caring Across’ advocacy efforts, narrative change initiatives, and overarching work.


    Primary Responsibilities:

    • Corporate Strategy Development
    • In collaboration with the Chief of Development & Operations and organizational leadership, support an intentional development and maintenance of a corporate engagement strategy that develops a pipeline of prospective partners, volunteer opportunities, and sponsorship tracks. 
    • Develop and execute a Corporate Fundraising Plan with defined goals, strategies and tactics to achieve the organization’s budgeted revenue goals (plan includes: corporate donor identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship; sponsorships; external events; cause marketing; corporate grants; workplace giving/matching gifts; in-kind).
      • Lead efforts with external Corporate Account representatives and Corporate Responsibility Officers to grow their workplace giving campaigns, and their employee engagements with Caring Across through participation in the key engagement moments, special projects, and best practices implementation.
      • Work with the Chief of Advocacy and Campaigns to create a corporate care table to support fundraising and advocacy.


      • Project Management & Execution
      • Work with the Development and Advocacy teams to develop and implement an integrated Corporate Engagement Plan for each prospective account, designed to increase giving, volunteer involvement, event sponsorship and/ or participation and involvement in and advocacy for Caring Across’ programs and initiatives.
        • Secure meetings with potential partners to pitch annual engagement partnership plans tailored to meet the needs of the prospective donor in tandem with Caring Across’ programmatic needs. 
        • Cultivate relationships with key stakeholders within assigned workplace campaigns, volunteer projects, and community groups.


       What great qualities do you possess?

      • You’re a motivated and experienced professional with excellent writing and communication skills, including creative visual and written communication methods
      • Deep knowledge of the corporate landscape, and how to generate content and tactics that engage the corporate sector.
      • Proven ability to leverage storytelling to motivate key leaders.
      • 5+ years of professional experience, with demonstrated success developing and leading corporate processes with a preference towards individuals with advocacy sector expertise.
      • Demonstrated ability to advise on and implement multi-pronged corporate engagement strategy, with a highly proactive style of work, with a demonstrated track record of developing innovative approaches.
      • Excellent facilitation and oral and written communication skills; ability to prepare clear and concise reports and deliver formal presentations or training to senior management and other audiences.


      What we offer you in return and why you would love being a part of our team!

      • We are 100% virtual.
      • Care is in our name, it is deeply embedded in our culture, our team is mostly current or former caregivers. We are fully supportive of your wellbeing. 
      • We offer a generous virtual office budget which includes home office set up and a cellphone, internet stipend
      • Generous Paid Time Off and work flexibility, time off in the summer for a mini-sabbatical, 15 paid Holidays, 12 days of PTO and 12 days of sick leave, Paid Family Leave and time off at the end of year (2 weeks which lead into the new year) 
      • 401k Match
      • 100% paid Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and Short Term Disability. Long Term Disability is paid by the employee at a very minimal cost. 
      • We offer learning and growth opportunities, (including an allowance for Professional Development)
      • You have an opportunity to live a values-aligned work-life.
      • Employee Discount Programs with discounts stores, travel and restaurants all over.
      • A fun team environment, even while we are busy changing the world

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      National Domestic Workers Alliance is hiring a Remote Digital Organizing Manager

      Title:Digital Organizing Manager

      Position: Full Time

      Reports To: Senior Director of Digital

      FLSA Status: Exempt

      Salary: 75k-80k, based on experience

      Start Date: As soon as filled 

      Work Location: Remote


      About Caring Across Generations:

      Caring Across Generations is a national campaign working to make care more affordable and accessible at every stage of life, while making sure caregivers are treated with respect and dignity. Founded in 2011 by Sarita Gupta and Ai-jen Poo, our campaign is focused on creating change in three ways: organizing a powerful movement of the Caring Majority - the majority of people in the U.S. who are directly affected by the need for care, fighting for groundbreaking policy at the state and federal level, and changing hearts and minds through storytelling and cultural organizing. 


      Since the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic, we have used our online channels to provide family caregivers with opportunities to make an impact. Now, we’re looking to expand our digital reach with new tools and dive deeper into targeting likely and unlikely audiences with “non-traditional” cultural organizing strategy and content.


      Position Summary:

      Do you love connecting and having conversations with people online? Do you wish mass digital communications were followed up by actual 1:1 contact with supporters? Are you a self-starting and savvy project manager? Want to help lead rolling out our new personalization and digital organizing program here at Caring Across Generations? Well, this may be the role for you! 


      With fewer people reachable by landline, and more people spending time online, the success of modern campaigns and organizing efforts depends on our ability to reach our audiences on mobile devices, through social media, and across other relevant online platforms.


      The Digital Organizing Manager’s role is key to advancing caregiver activation and engagement through direct communication with localized audiences via our digital tools and the creation of both evergreen and timely digital content. 


      Your main roles are enhancing the effectiveness of our digital output for our statewide campaigns and deepening our relationships with supporters online to move them towards engaging with us in deeper ways.


      This role reports to the Senior Digital Director and will work closely with the Social Media Manager for social media output and the Senior Digital Content Manager for email, SMS, and P2P output.


      Primary Responsibilities:

      • Help develop and execute Caring Across Generations’ digital organizing strategy with the Digital Director and Campaigns team to build and engage our list.
      • Support Caring Across Generations state-based and coalition work by developing and executing digital strategy, content strategy, and toolkits for various campaigns, projects, and pushes at one time.
      • Produce compelling, persuasive audio-visual, written content, and scripts that moves people to action on a range of issues through email (via EveryAction), P2P (via Hustle or Spoke), SMS (via EveryAction), and social media. This will include setting up emails, donation forms, advocacy alerts, surveys, and other forms in EveryAction.
      • Deepen supporters’ sense of identity with Caring Across Generations by managing our online community. IE) Responding to all comments and DMs across our social and email channels.
      • Start conversations with people who give and receive care by engaging in digital knocking. IE) Commenting and DMing in Facebook groups and other online communities with people who give and receive care.
      • Manage and moderate 2 Facebook groups (or a similar online space) with the help of the Campaigns team: One will be a general caregiver group and one will be a social media amplifier group.
      • Work with our ads consultant in formulating digital ad campaigns to generate leads for organizers and move audiences to action.
      • Work with our social media graphic and video consultant to create engaging audio-visual assets.
      • Provide the Caring Across team and our partners with regular updates and reports of what’s working, areas for improvement, and new opportunities.
      • Use data and experimentation to inform digital organizing strategy and tactics.
      • Work with our social media manager in setting up a social listening program to keep on top of social media trends and deepen understanding of target audiences.

      What great qualities do you possess?

      • A track record of producing high-quality audiovisual content on a range of issues that has helped an organization move people to action.
      • At least 2 years in online organizing for political campaigns and digital strategy for issue-based, advocacy, or political campaigns.
      • Demonstrated passion for and understanding of progressive politics, social justice, racial justice, and disability justice.
      • Shares our commitment breaking down all systems of oppression embedded in care infrastructure.
      • Excellent writing and communication skills with experience in creative, compelling prose that can move people to take action with meticulous attention to consistency and detail.
      • Solid understanding of digital tools and their application to organizing including, but not limited to, peer-to-peer texting, broadcast texting, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Zoom, Google Apps, EveryAction/VAN preferred, etc
      • Track record of using data and supporting a team with data.
      • Self-motivated, highly accountable to your team, and comfortable and effective working in a remote environment.
      • Skilled in balancing the need for high quality work with expediency to meet campaign timelines.
      • Fluency in Spanish is a bonus

      What we offer you in return and why you would love being a part of our team!

      • We are 100% virtual
      • Care is in our name, it is deeply embedded in our culture, our team is mostly current or former caregivers. We are fully supportive of your wellbeing. 
      • We offer a generous virtual office budget which includes home office set up and a cellphone, internet stipend
      • Generous Paid Time Off and work flexibility, time off in the summer for a mini sabbatical, 15 paid Holidays, 12 days of PTO and 12 days of sick leave, Paid Family Leave and time off at the end of year (2 weeks which lead into the new year) 
      • 401k Match
      • 100% paid Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and Short Term Disability. Long Term Disability is paid by the employee at a very minimal cost. 
      • We offer learning and growth opportunities, (including an allowance for Professional Development)
      • You have an opportunity to live a values-aligned work-life.
      • Employee Discount Programs with discounts stores, travel and restaurants all over.
      • A fun team environment, even while we are busy changing the world


      How to Apply:

      Candidates will be considered on a rolling basis until it is filled, but preference will be given to those who apply by 8/23/2022

      Please apply at:https://domesticworkers.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=240

      Applications should include: 

      • A resume
      • Cover Letter
      • Answers to the following questions in lieu of a cover letter:
        • What tactics would you use to grow an email list with quality subscribers, without sacrificing authenticity and narrative cohesion?  (suggested word limit: 200)
        • What are ways to personally connect with target audiences online and why is personalization so important to building a powerful base of supporters?  (suggested word limit: 200)
        • Briefly, how would you approach building a new online community group from scratch to reach an audience of caregivers?  (suggested word limit: 200)


      Caring Across Generations is committed to fostering and maintaining a work environment where diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) are fully integrated into everything we do. As such, we strongly prioritize and embrace Black, Indigenous, People of Color, a multigenerational workforce, LGBTQ+, those across religious and spiritual affiliations, and people with disabilities to join our representative and highly talented team. 


        Interview Process 

        Our team is small but mighty, and each interview process varies just a little based on the specific hiring managers needs. However, our standard timeline is as follows: Rolling review of applications for 1-2 weeks and candidates are contacted if we will be moving forward.

        • Week 1: Initial screening interview
        • Week 2: Team interview

           ●Week 3: Paid strategy assignment, and when applicable final interview.


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        National Domestic Workers Alliance is hiring a Remote Director of Partnerships and Engagement

        Caring Across Generations – JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

         

        Title:Director of Partnerships and Engagement

        Position: Full Time

        Reports To: Chief of Advocacy and Campaigns

        FLSA Status: Exempt

        Salary: $105k-$110k

        Start Date: As soon as filled 

        Work Location: Remote


        About Caring Across Generations:

        Caring Across Generations is a national campaign working to make care more affordable and accessible at every stage of life, while making sure caregivers are treated with respect and dignity. Founded in 2011 by Sarita Gupta and Ai-jen Poo, our campaign is focused on creating change in three ways: organizing a powerful movement of the Caring Majority - the majority of Americans who are directly affected by the need for care, fighting for groundbreaking policy at the state and federal level, and changing hearts and minds through storytelling and cultural organizing. 


        How will you create change while working with us?

        The care movement is experiencing a period of incredible opportunity. The collective experience of the COVID pandemic thrust care into the national spotlight and we are seeing a shift in the way our country values and provides care. With over a decade of relationships, learnings, and successes in this work, the team at Caring Across is primed to continue to make an impact with state and national organizing for major advances towards creating care systems that are equitable, inclusive, and sustainable. 

        The Director of Partnerships and Engagement will ensure our team is coordinated to win strategic campaigns at the federal and state level that increase funding for the care infrastructure, improve access to quality home and community -based services, child care and paid leave policies, and strengthen the Caring Majority – everyone who gives or receives care. The director will work closely with all areas of the organization to make sure that the culture and narrative change work supports the work going on with state and national campaigns, and that our partners and advocates have resources that they need to organize for change. 

        The Director will work closely with all teams and provide strategic guidance and engagement expertise to advance our programmatic goals. They will manage and mentor a small but mighty team and oversee our national and state-based campaigns. They will also need to be ready to step in and execute when the occasion calls for all-hands-on-deck, especially in critical campaign moments. 


        Specifically, the work will include the following responsibilities:

        Strategic Leadership & Implementation

        • In collaboration with the Chief of Advocacy and Campaigns, identify, develop, and lead engagement opportunities to advance the care agenda and win legislative change.
        • Maintain a current analysis of the political landscape to identify key opportunities and challenges that impact our long-term goals.
        • Serve on Caring Across’ strategy team, which guides overall organizational strategy and is composed of the directors of each department.
        • Cultivate new organizational partnerships and maintain current organizational relationships – including federal and state-based partner relationships, funders and supporters of the campaign, participate in and cultivate opportunities for coalition work. 
        • Collaborate with the digital and culture change teams tooversee the creation of high-quality media content as applicable. 


        Constituency Engagement

        • In collaboration with the Chief of Advocacy and Campaigns, Senior Campaign Managers, and Constituency Organizers, identify, develop, and lead strategies to build power amongst the Caring Majority.
        • Oversee the Care Fellowship program, provide supportive and strategic leadership to the Constituency Team as they manage the day-to-day operations of the program.
        • Collaborate with coalition  partners to identify, develop, and lead engagement opportunities that will grow, strengthen, and activate our constituency.
        • Work closely with our Advocacy, Campaigns, Culture Change, and Development teams as a strategist and leader on a variety of strategic initiatives and campaigns. 


        Team & Project Management

        • Oversee the department and budget, including managing and mentoring a talented team of  full-time staff and vendors with independent workstreams.
        • In collaboration with theChief of Advocacy and Campaigns,establish collective and progressive benchmarks, then develop rigorous methods for measuring success of team goals. 
        • With respect to annual and long-term strategy and with direction from senior leadership, manage each step of the annual regrant process to federal and state partners.


        What great qualities do you possess?

        The ideal candidate will have a big-picture, campaign-focused mindset that is informed by a deep understanding of organizing at scale and familiarity with the social justice movement partners, players, and allies. They will be an excellent and proactive communicator who builds and operationalizes strategies and plans for the long-term, but who can also jump into rapid response when the moment calls for it, delivering high-quality work quickly and on deadline. They will be an impeccable project and people manager with strong conflict resolution skills.

        • Demonstrated commitment to racial equity, gender justice, and to empowering low- and moderate-income communities, communities of color, and immigrant communities. 
        • 7+ years of progressive experience with issue-based campaigning at a state or federal level, with demonstrated experience with legislative campaigns and campaigns in broad coalitions. 
        • A proven track record of leadership that resulted in wins, and experience developing, writing, and executiving successful campaign plans.
        • Deep understanding of of base-building community organizations, national advocacy campaigning, and the distribution of power
        • Experience managing teams (remote a plus) and across differences (race, ethnicity, age, gender, orientation, etc.)
        • Commitment to consistent and open communication and supportive management while carrying out the work.
        • Strong knowledge and understanding with at least one of the following policy areas: childcare, paid family medical leave, or home and community-based care.
        • Financial literacy
        • Acts with high integrity, professionalism, low ego, and camaraderie
        • A commitment to building a multicultural, anti-racist organization.

        What we offer you in return and why you would love being a part of our team!

        • -We are 100% virtual
        • -Care is in our name, it is deeply embedded in our culture, our team is mostly current or former caregivers. We are fully supportive of your wellbeing. 
        • -We offer a generous virtual office budget which includes home office set up and a cellphone, internet stipend
        • -Generous Paid Time Off and work flexibility, time off in the summer for a mini sabbatical, 15 paid Holidays, 12 days of PTO and 12 days of sick leave, Paid Family Leave and time off at the end of year (2 weeks which lead into the new year) 
        • -401k Match
        • -100% paid Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and Short Term Disability. Long Term Disability is paid by the employee at a very minimal cost. 
        • -Work with a world class team that looks and is like you (elders, people of color, LGBTQIA, disabled and more are all fully represented here)
        • -We offer learning and growth opportunities, (including an allowance for Professional Development)
        • -You have an opportunity to live a values-aligned work-life.
        • -Employee Discount Programs with discounts stores, travel and restaurants all over.
        • -A fun team environment, even while we are busy changing the world


        How to Apply:

        Candidates will be considered on a rolling basis until it is filled, but preference will be given to those who apply by 7/12/2022 

        Please apply at: https://domesticworkers.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=238&source=aWQ9Nw%3D%3D


        Applications should include:

        • A resume 
        • Cover Letter
        • Answers to the following questions in lieu of a cover letter:
        • What is your motivation for applying to this role? (suggested word limit: 200)
        • What is the most ambitious campaign you have led? What were its goals and did you meet them? If not, why and what did you learn? (suggested word limit: 200)
        • Please share an engagement plan that you developed and executed. 


        Caring Across Generations is committed to fostering and maintaining a work environment where diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) are fully integrated into everything we do. As such, we strongly prioritize and embrace Black, Indigenous, People of Color, a multigenerational workforce, LGBTQ+, those across religious and spiritual affiliations, and people with disabilities to join our representative and highly talented team.


         Interview Process 


        Our team is small but mighty, and each interview process varies just a little based on the specific hiring managers needs. However, our standard timeline is as follows:

        •  Rolling review of applications for 1-2 weeks and candidates are contacted if we will be moving forward.
        • Week 1: Initial screening interview
        • Week 2: Team interview 
        • Week 3: Paid strategy assignment, and when applicable final interview.


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