NDNV Field Organizer (remote position)
Work Begins: July 5, 2021
Work Ends: November 26, 2021
North Dakota Native Vote (NDNV) Field Organizer is responsible for implementing field campaigns and strategies. The Field Organizer works closely with the NDNV Field Director to coordinate community outreach, and field operations. The Field Organizer position does not require any supervisory duties. The Field Organizer must adhere to the NDNV Personnel Policies and Procedures.
This position is a part-time temporary role and will be remote. The Field Organizers will work remotely on each reservation in North Dakota. The duration of the job will begin on July 5, 2021 and will end on November 26, 2021. The hourly pay rate is $15.00 per hour. The part-time work is classified as 20 hours per week. The total duration from July 5, 2021 – November 26, 2021 is 21 weeks. NDNV’s weekly work week is Sunday – Saturday.
Field Organizer duties and responsibilities include:
-Assisting with coordination of community outreach events
-Implementing field campaigns and strategies
-Creating weekly work plan for field operations
-Assisting with communication deliverables
-Database input and management
-Writing weekly and monthly field reports
-Attending regularly scheduled staff meetings
-Other duties as assigned
North Dakota Native Vote (NDNV) works to engage tribal members in constructing a representative democracy by working in reservation communities as well as urban areas to create and affect policy and equal representation for the Native people of North Dakota.
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North Dakota Native Vote is an equal opportunity employer.