This ain't your grandma’s anti-nuke campaign.
Right now we're looking for:
Keeping pace with the growing movement for a world without nuclear weapons demands administrative efficiency and doggedness in the face of ongoing operational needs. We’re looking for a dependable self-starter to assist our Operations Manager in cultivating Global Zero’s organizational stability and expansion. This role is well suited for someone who is curious and detail-oriented, loves a good spreadsheet, and is excited by figuring out how things work - and helping to make them better. This paid position is located in our DC headquarters with a negotiable work schedule from 20 to 40 hours a week. Ideal start date is early June, with some flexibility to academic calendars or life demands.
Core job duties and responsibilities:
- Provide support to Operations Manager with records management and database/systems maintenance;
- Be a traffic cop and gatekeeper when answering incoming calls from vendors, donors, and general public;
- Work closely with Operations Manager on special projects in connection with fundraising registration and establishing international offices;
- Complete and review expense reports and registration forms, as well as gather, scan and organize accompanying documentation;
- Communicate with employees, vendors, service providers, and state agencies;
- Physical demands may include bending for and carrying items up to 30 pounds; and
- Other administrative duties as assigned.
- Completion of at least 4 semesters of college;
- Ability to work with clear direction and minimal supervision;
- Trustworthy and good sense of discretion when interacting with potentially sensitive data;
- Meticulous and organized;
- Solid research skills; and
- Proficient in database software such as Microsoft Excel.
Coveted but not necessary:
- Familiarity with Intuit QuickBooks Software;
- Previous experience in an office environment; and
- Basic budget and accounting skills and/or degree in Business or Business Administration.
Please send your resume, cover letter and brief writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Operations Intern” in the subject line. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and position is open until filled, ideally by May 15.
U.S. Field Manager
Global Zero is hiring a U.S. Field Manager based in Washington, DC, who will be responsible for managing Global Zero’s public mobilization efforts in the U.S. and strategic markets across the globe. Your goal: build political support for an audacious, inspiring vision -- a world without nuclear weapons. Thanks to growing international support and heightened media attention, we are teetering on the precipice of real victory. You’ll be key to injecting the grassroots energy we need to win, and eliminate nuclear weapons once and for all.
This exciting and challenging position would fit a creative, entrepreneurial, metrics-driven campaigner who can organize anywhere and everywhere. 50 people next month in Moscow? Done. 100 people outside the White House next week? Easy. You’re a rainmaker with good instincts. There is no mobilization challenge too big or small. You are a seasoned relationship-manager and specialize in bringing strange-bedfellows together around a common goal.
The Field Manager will be a master of field recruitment strategy; volunteer training, management, and organizing; and implement Global Zero’s international campaigns. This position reports to the Campaign Director and manages an organizing team in the U.S. If you crave that feeling of working your heart out, with a well-oiled A-team of incredible collaborators, on an issue that really matters, then this is the job for you.
Core duties and responsibilities:
- Design, implement, and manage a volunteer leadership program in target markets across the globe with a focus on sustainability;
- Manage and strengthen Global Zero’s student program;
- Manage volunteer and student organizers;
- Recruit, train, and inspire new and existing advocates through the ladder of engagement;
- Increase the quantity of our membership and quality of our member experience;
- Develop partnerships at the grassroots level;
- Draft campaign communications including emails, blogs, presentations, trainings, and one-pagers;
- Work with the Campaign Director to develop field and campaign strategies that support broader goals and objectives; and
- Other duties as assigned.
Other skills, knowledge, and experience required:
- Bachelor’s degree with at least three years experience mobilizing activists;
- Experience recruiting and mobilizing activists in an off-campus setting;
- Excellent relationship-management skills;
- Acute political skills and a global mindset;
- Excellent writing and oral communication skills;
- Ability to work under pressure and with tight deadlines;
- Ability to travel (up to 50% of the time);
- English required; additional languages preferred; and
- Ability to meet the physical demands of your job. This includes occasional early meetings, late nights, frequent travel, lifting boxes of campaign chum, and other duties.
To apply: Please send your resume, cover letter and brief writing sample (preferably something campaign related) to email@example.com with “US Field Manager” in the subject line.
Digital Media Intern
Ridding the world of nuclear weapons requires a certain kind of ingenuity. We take a holistic approach and put an emphasis on the integration of media every step of the way. As a part of the digital team, it would be your job to empower folks around the world to take on the same mission together. Are you up for the task?
We’re looking for a creative trailblazer to join us. If you have the wit and enthusiasm it takes to impact the world—apply right now. You should be a tech savvy individual with an enthusiasm for engaging the online world in social and digital media. This position requires strong communication skills, and keen intuition. We need someone who thinks outside the box and who possesses great patience for doing things well.
Among other things, the Digital Media Intern will:
- Communicate to our supporters through several channels, including Facebook, email, Twitter, and other emerging platforms;
- Keep a pulse on the daily interactions with supporters, and relay important data to the rest of the team;
- Maintain our daily posting schedule;
- Regularly coordinate with German and French social media managers
- Assist in research and development of digital content; and
- Assist the Digital Engagement Manager and Digital Media Coordinator as needed.
- Up to 20 or 40 hours a week with working schedule to be agreed upon
- Post will be filled on a rolling basis with preference to applications before April 15
- 3 to 6 month gig, with flexibility to fit academic calendars
- Based in GZ's DC office, managed by Digital Media Coordinator
- Paid position
To apply for this position:
Send your resume, a brief statement on why you’re so wonderful, and a link to your favorite thing that’s on the internet right now to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Digital Media Intern" in the subject line.
Do you have skills that we should know about? Here are a few that we think would be stellar:
- Photoshop, InDesign, Final Cut, etc;
- Proficiency in French or German;
- Screen printing, baking, hieroglyphics deciphering, whittling, contra dancing;
- And finally, model airplane assembly.