Jobs

Want to join our team?VoteRiders is looking for community organizers who are passionate about ensuring that every vote counts!

We are committed to diversity among our staff. VoteRiders is an equal opportunity employer. All employment decisions are based on our mission and program needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to age, race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, disability, or any other legally protected basis. VoteRiders will not tolerate any unlawful discrimination or harassment based on any of these characteristics.

We hope you will respond to - or refer others to - any applicable job openings. We encourage you to check this page regularly, as new positions are posted here first.

Current Job Openings

VoteRiders Arizona Voter ID Coalition Coordinator

Overview

VoteRiders, a six-year-old 501(c)(3) nonpartisan nonprofit, is the first and leading organization focused solely on voter ID.

Our nonpartisan state-targeted program model consists of a four-legged stool. The seat is the Arizona Voter ID Coalition Coordinator. The four legs are:

  1. on-the-ground grassroots and community organizations,
  2. local election and other government officials,
  3. pro bono lawyers (both within and outside the state), and
  4. trained volunteers.

Our support of these efforts includes traditional and social media; educational assets such as VoteRiders’ wallet-sized Arizona Voter ID Information Cards in English and in Spanish, Arizona Voter ID Guide, Voter ID Month (or Week or Day) Toolkit, volunteer t-shirts, banners, handouts and posters; and reimbursement for documents (e.g., certified copy of a birth certificate) and transportation costs (to and from the DMV) for low-income voters.

The Arizona Voter ID Coalition Coordinator will serve as VoteRiders’ Arizona-based liaison.

Primary Responsibilities

  • If not already, become an expert in the voter ID and voter registration laws of Arizona
  • Identify and establish nonpartisan partnerships with grassroots and other organizations to support voter ID outreach and assistance
  • Document stories, visually and otherwise, of at-risk voters, including the steps taken to obtain an acceptable ID
  • Facilitate and coordinate communication between VoteRiders and collaborating organizations
  • Recruit and conduct trainings for Voter ID Coalition volunteers
  • Maintain database, including numbers and demographics of interactions with voters and the above-mentioned four legs of the stool
  • Secure local and statewide media coverage
  • Research and target other areas where opportunities exist for voter ID outreach

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Lives in Maricopa County
  • At least two years’ experience in grassroots organizing in Arizona
  • Spanish language skills strongly preferred
  • Highly self-motivated and -directed
  • Strong affinity for voting rights, networking and building strategic relationships
  • Experience with, or willing to learn, digital storytelling methods
  • Experience and ability to work with diverse and at-risk communities
  • Demonstrated ability to manage details, resourcefully solve problems and follow through with minimum direct supervision
  • Access to vehicle and auto insurance; has a driver’s license; willing to travel intrastate

Compensation

VoteRiders’ full-time Arizona Voter ID Coalition Coordinator will be paid $5,000/month.

Application Procedure

To apply, please send a resume, cover letter and contact information for three references to info@VoteRiders.org. Include in the subject line: your last name and Arizona Voter ID Coalition Coordinator. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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VoteRiders Central Florida Voter ID Coalition Coordinator

Overview

VoteRiders, a nearly six-year-old 501(c)(3) nonpartisan nonprofit, is the first and leading organization focused solely on voter ID.

Our nonpartisan state-targeted program model consists of a four-legged stool. The seat is the Central Florida Voter ID Coalition Coordinator. The four legs are:

  1. on-the-ground grassroots and community organizations,
  2. local election and other government officials,
  3. pro bono lawyers (both within and outside the state), and
  4. trained volunteers.

Our support of these efforts includes traditional and social media; educational assets such as VoteRiders’ wallet-sized Florida Voter ID Information Cards in English and in Spanish, Florida Voter ID Guide, Voter ID Month (or Week or Day) Toolkit, volunteer t-shirts, banners, handouts and posters; and reimbursement for documents (e.g., certified copy of a birth certificate, a FL driver’s license to replace an out-of- state license) and transportation costs (to and from the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles) for low-income voters.

The Central Florida Voter ID Coalition Coordinator will serve as VoteRiders’ Central Florida-based liaison.

Primary Responsibilities

  • If not already, become an expert in Florida's voter ID law
  • Identify and establish nonpartisan partnerships with grassroots and other organizations to support voter ID outreach and assistance
  • Document stories, visually and otherwise, of at-risk voters, including the steps taken to obtain an acceptable ID
  • Facilitate and coordinate communication between VoteRiders and collaborating organizations
  • Recruit and conduct trainings for Voter ID Coalition volunteers
  • Maintain database, including numbers and demographics of interactions with voters and the above-mentioned four legs of the stool
  • Secure local and statewide media coverage
  • Research and target other areas where opportunities exist for voter ID outreach

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Lives in Orange County, Florida
  • At least two years’ experience in grassroots organizing in Florida and/or Puerto Rico
  • Spanish language skills strongly preferred
  • Existing connections in Central Florida Puerto Rican community preferred
  • Highly self-motivated and -directed
  • Strong affinity for voting rights, networking and building strategic relationships
  • Experience with, or willing to learn, digital storytelling methods
  • Experience and ability to work with diverse and at-risk communities
  • Demonstrated ability to manage details, resourcefully solve problems and follow through with minimum direct supervision
  • Access to vehicle and auto insurance; has a driver’s license; willing to travel intrastate

Compensation

VoteRiders’ full-time Central Florida Voter ID Coalition Coordinator will be paid $5,000/month.

Application Procedure

To apply, please send a resume, cover letter and contact information for three references to info@VoteRiders.org. Include in the subject line: your last name and Central Florida Voter ID Coalition Coordinator. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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