New Hampshire Democracy Fund: New Hampshire Disinformation Coordinator


58 Columbus Ave NH


6,000 / Monthly


New Hampshire Democracy Fund



Employer Type


Application Link

[email protected]

Application Instructions

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume along with references to [email protected]. Specify New Hampshire Disinformation Coordinator in the subject line.

Application Link

[email protected]

Job Description

Organizational Overview
Our seven-year-old donor table has an impressive track record of defending voting rights,
engaging the electorate, driving effective messaging and communications, and creating a
strong bench of community activists. We are ready to jump ahead as a pro-democracy
engine and force for collective long-term progress.
The New Hampshire donor table is seeking a Disinfo Coordinator to help counter disinformation
across New Hampshire. The Disinfo Coordinator will lead in identifying partners—progressive
organizations and other allies—and coordinating counter-disinfo strategies with them. The
Disinfo Coordinator will help develop a network of partners ready to take on disinformation and
will help them formulate effective responses to disinformation as it arises.
● Create and implement strategic counter-disinformation plans
● Coordinate counter-disinformation trainings for partner organizations
● Prepare regular reports and timely updates on data collected
● Assist in developing narratives and message guidance for use by partner organizations
● Create structures for reporting state-specific disinformation and responding to it with
partners & allies
● Use social listening tools to monitor disinformation and media conversation about issues
in New Hampshire
● Identify opportunities for advocacy or counter-narratives
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
● An understanding of traditional communications best practices, media landscape, and
narrative development
● An understanding of research best practices and the ability to apply research findings
● A working knowledge of social media platforms, practices, and use
● A strong sense for identifying and capitalizing on emerging trends
● A commitment to building and maintaining relationships with partner organizations
● Excellent attention to detail and communications skills

● Excellent planning and problem-solving skills
● A genuine commitment to progressive causes and values
● Comfort working in a flexible, fast-paced, dynamic environment where changes in
external factors can create new opportunities and challenges to existing strategies
● Experience working for progressive organizations in roles including, but not limited to:
organizing, field, communications, media relations, strategic planning, political,
government relations, policy, etc.
● Demonstrated effectiveness working independently, setting and reaching benchmarks,
and communicating in a fast paced environment.
Bonus Points
(These are not required, so if you do not meet these qualifications, please do not let that stop
you from applying for the job!)
● A familiarity with progressive politics in New Hampshire
● A familiarity with identifying and addressing disinformation
● An understanding of social media metrics and digital monitoring software
● Experience monitoring online activity
● Experience in political research