Constituency Organizing Manager

Raleigh, NC / Charlotte, NC
Public Policy & Field /
Full-Time /
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What's interesting about this job?
The Constituency Organizing Manager will be responsible for the development, management, and execution of PPSAT’s constituency organizing programs, including the Black Organizing Program, Raiz Program, Muslim Organizing Program, and Youth Organizing Program. They will create and implement a comprehensive field plan that is informed by the overall strategic political organizing plan of the Public Affairs department. This is an affiliate-wide role with a primary focus in North Carolina and a secondary focus on South Carolina.

They will focus heavily on electoral programming in North Carolina, overseeing a year-round constituency organizing field plan and the engagement and activation of BIPOC voters. This position requires a specialized skill set in constituency organizing, program management, and staff supervision.

Who You Are

    • Skilled political organizer, with experience (paid and volunteer) in all of the following: grassroots organizing, volunteer/leadership development, and political/issue campaigns (2-4 years with bachelor's degree or 5 years in lieu of degree)
    • Experienced with developing and implementing electoral, legislative, and other political campaign plans
    • Experienced people manager/supervisor (1+ year)
    • Experienced in working with communities/constituents of color around issue, policy, and/or electoral organizing campaigns
    • Committed to integrating anti-racist principles to their work
    • Skilled at engaging, collaborating, and building authentic relationships with BIPOC communities, demonstrating cultural competence and sensitivity
    • Knowledgeable of the political landscape of North Carolina and South Carolina
    • Strong interpersonal communicator, both verbal and written
    • Fiercely pro-abortion! Passionate and knowledgeable about reproductive justice
    • Strong communicator, both verbal and written
    • Proficient in explaining complex public policies in clear, understandable language
    • Strong teammate with independent work skills and delegation skills
    • Proficient with VAN

Core Responsibilities

    • In partnership with the Deputy Director and the Advocacy Campaigns Director, develop and oversee the execution of constituency field programming as part of PPVSAT's direct voter contact program, specifically in North Carolina; lead efforts to engage and activate Black, Latinx, Muslim, and young voters
    • Develop strategic plans for Black, Raiz, Muslim, and Youth Organizing Programs that engage and mobilize these constituencies’ communities across PPSAT’s service area, with a primary focus on North Carolina
    • Hire, train, and manage the Black, Raiz, Muslim, and Youth Organizing Program staff to build a high-achieving team responsible for recruiting and managing supporters who will engage with PPSAT and PPVSAT to conduct robust community engagement and voter contact programs
    • Cultivate relationships with key stakeholders, grasstops influencers, policymakers, coalition partners, and other leaders
    • Oversee the development and mobilization of a strong volunteer base across constituency programs
    • Support each program’s cultivation of volunteer community leaders through community outreach, grassroots field organizing, and leadership development programs
    • Facilitate policy/organizing collaborations with the Director of Public Affairs, help connect constituents with elected officials, stay up-to-date on legislative strategy, and build relationships with legislators and other key validators where appropriate
    • Identify relevant policy areas that align with constituency community needs; establish program goals to address these needs and manage the timely achievement of those goals

Additional (and equally important!) Responsibilities

    • In partnership with the Director of Campaigns, provide support and training to Community Organizers and other Public Affairs staff as it relates to constituency organizing
    • Oversee the implementation of civic engagement activities in programs’ communities and voter education on issues specifically impacting the sexual and reproductive health of Black, Latinx, Muslim, and young communities
    • Oversee partnership between constituency program staff and communications staff as they implement digital organizing activities
    • Act as a liaison to PPFA and other partner organizations
    • Manage, track, and report on relevant grants
    • Ensure accurate and timely input of data, and create reports on program activity
    • Develop relevant trainings
$60,300 - $75,400 a year
Schedule & Location:
Monday - Friday, 40 hours/week
Requires regular night & weekend work
Hybrid Work Style; some in-office days required
Candidate must be based in Raleigh, NC or Charlotte, NC
Regular Travel (30%) required throughout North Carolina and South Carolina

What You Get:
All full-time (30+ hours) employees are benefits-eligible!

Including but not limited to:
Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
Health Reimbursement Account 
403B Retirement Plan with matched contributions 
Paid Time Off 
Holiday Pay 
Employee Assistance Program 

PPSAT's compensation philosophy is based on equity and transparency. Each job at PPSAT is assigned to a salary grade built on market data. For an individual coming into PPSAT, we set a pay generally between the minimum and the midpoint of the salary grade, based on candidate qualifications. For this position, the minimum is $60,300 and the midpoint is $75,400, annually.

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A complete application includes a cover letter and resume.

This position requires a background check once a job offer is extended to the final candidate. PPSAT does not discriminate in employment and understands the many barriers candidates may face when applying to jobs. One of those barriers is the criminal justice system and its effects on background checks. We understand that these barriers more often negatively impact BIPOC. A conviction is not an absolute bar to employment. Factors such as the age of the offense, evidence of rehabilitation, the seriousness of violation, and job relatedness are considered in all employment decisions. 

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Planned Parenthood South Atlantic is an equal opportunity employer.

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