TaskForce: Digital and Cultural Organizer, Racial Justice




$7,000 / Monthly





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### About TaskForce
TaskForce builds capacity and community for the most influential nonprofits, brands, and people taking on the most pressing challenges facing our state, our nation, and our world. TaskForce works primarily at the intersection of arts, culture, and social change, and our work has resulted in some of the most highly acclaimed and influential public will campaigns of our time. In 2020, TaskForce launched the Into Action Lab, a creative content engine fueling organic engagement. Since its inception, the Into Action Lab has generated well over 390 Billion views on its content.
### About the Role
The Digital and Cultural Organizer, Racial Justice is responsible for developing relationships and partnerships with key community stakeholders in order to advance the social impact work of our clients. You will be working alongside a team of marketing and creative professionals to leverage content to reach key audiences at the local and national level. Our clients touch a variety of issue areas spanning from reporting hate to voter engagement. The Digital and Cultural Organizer is responsible for making sure that marketing partners can help share information and content with their communities to drive engagement in key programs. The majority of this work will be done digitally, building organization capacity to share content on their social media channels, in their newsletters, and in-person at their events and/or facilities.
This role is based in Southern California and is majority remote with some in-person events attendance required.
This is a full time, 6 month contract position with the opportunity for advancement.
Monthly pay is $6,500-7,000 commensurate with experience.
### Key Responsibilities
- Identify and conduct outreach to key community partners and messengers, driving engagement in our campaigns through digital and physical content.
- Provide overviews and training 1:1 and 1-to-many on using content -- generating interest and driving pickup in key audience segments.
- Draft outreach materials, newsletters, and scripts to keep community members informed and connected to our work. 
- Create a feedback loop of communication between partner organizations and our content team to ensure that creative materials represent the perspective and voice of the community it serves.
- Report out on progress to internal and external stakeholders, shaping strategy and providing recommendations for future outreach. 
- Attend in-person events including managing vendor logistics in order to reach key communities.
## Requirements
- 3+ years experience in organizing, partnership development, and/or digital engagement for a campaign, advocacy organization, social change agency, or brand
- You understand that organizing is about giving people the tools and resources they need to advocate on their own behalf
- You’re a digital native -- or at least think like one -- and deeply understand digital outreach, communications platforms, and social media
- Invested in TaskForce’s vision and mission for positive change through arts and culture
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team, to take direction, to receive feedback, and to execute tasks accordingly
- High-touch communicator, able to build and maintain multiple relations at the personal and organization level