National Redistricting Action Fund: Executive and Special Projects Coordinator




56175 / Yearly


National Redistricting Action Fund



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**About NRAF:** The National Redistricting Action Fund (NRAF) is the 501(c)(4) affiliate of the National Democratic Redistricting Committee. The mission of the NRAF is to harness the power of people and the courts to dismantle unfair electoral maps and create a redistricting system based on democratic values. By helping to create more just and representative electoral districts across the country, we also hope to restore the public’s faith in a true representative democracy. For more information, visit

**About this role:** Are you passionate about creating a more just and representative democracy? Do you have a talent for keeping busy offices organized and efficient? The National Redistricting Action Fund (NRAF) wants you! NRAF & Affiliates is seeking a detail-oriented and highly organized coordinator to support the Executive Director in their mission to create fair districts. As part of the team, you'll help with travel arrangements, administrative duties, and meeting preparation, as well as take on special projects as they arise. If you're committed to high-quality work, have excellent problem solving and communication skills, and can manage multiple tasks under tight deadlines, we want to hear from you! Apply today to help us restore the public's faith in a true representative democracy.

- Support the Executive team with various administrative responsibilities, including coordinating travel and scheduling 
- Prepare memos and other materials for internal and external meetings 
- Implement workflow systems around inter-department communication
- Manage the full lifecycle of projects, from drafting to final implementation
- Assist in the general administration of the office
- Other duties as needed

**Required Qualifications:** 
- Strong commitment to the organization’s mission
- Strong commitment to high-quality work
- Flexible, solutions-oriented, and well organized
- Ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks at once under tight deadlines
- Excellent communication skills  
- Self-driven with a talent for problem solving

- Experience with scheduling and travel booking 
- Experience as a support staff in a high paced team-oriented environment 
- Experience with grassroots organizing or working on a campaign 

**Other Info:** 
- Location: Washington, DC preferred. While NDRC & Affiliates staff are fully remote, this position is tasked with assisting in the management of the organization’s physical DC office and should expect to be present for office management needs and to prepare for staff meetings, outside meetings, and vendor support
- Some national travel and attendance at  staff retreats is expected
- Salary for this position is $56,175
- Benefits include paid time off, immediate access to the organization’s 401(k) program with a 4% match, health care, dental and vision coverage, along with a stipend for cell phone use
- Interviews will happen on a rolling basis with preferred start date of early May