Job was posted on:
November 10, 2023

U.S. Organizer, World Beyond War, DC Area

Washington, DC (remote)
part-time | remote


*Application deadline extended to November 30, 2023*

Location: Remote with some in-person events (must be in or near Washington, D.C.)

Department: Organizing

Reports to: Organizing Director

Position Type: Part-time (20 hrs/wk)

Compensation: $24,000 per year / $24 per hour

The U.S. Organizer’s primary role is to enlarge and activate World BEYOND War’s membership base in the United States, building volunteer-run chapters to do educational, activist, and media work on global, national, and locally developed projects. This organizer will work to strengthen the peace/anti-war movement in the United States as a whole by working with and developing affiliate organizations, and by working in collaboration with allies in various coalitions, new and longstanding. Being located in, or near, Washington, D.C., the World BEYOND War U.S. Organizer will be responsible for organizing across the United States – mostly virtually, with occasional travel – but also for enlarging and making more visible the WBW presence in peace/anti-war events in the nation's capital, and for promoting WBW's U.S. work to U.S. media outlets. The U.S. Organizer, like the Canada Organizer and the Latin America Organizer, reports directly to the Organizing Director and works in collaboration with all other departments.

Responsibilities include, working with the rest of WBW's staff and with allies to: 

  • Create, retain, and activate chapters and affiliates in the United States;
  • Recruit, train, and manage WBW volunteers in the United States;
  • Plan educational and activist events in the United States;
  • Design and implement strategic issue advocacy campaigns across the United States with clear goals, targets, strategies, and tactics;
  • Help organize large conferences and rallies, especially in Washington, D.C.;
  • Produce creative and educational content for WBW’s website, email blasts, social media, fact sheets, and press materials;
  • Generate media coverage by larger outlets;
  • Engage in public speaking & media appearances to amplify WBW’s message and reach a wider audience;
  • Organize intersectionally across issues to form a larger movement, move others toward anti-war/pro-peace advocacy, and move pro-peace groups toward total war abolition;
  • Track war and peace related issues in the U.S. government and plan strategic campaigns around them;
  • Manage databases to track relationships with U.S. volunteers and allies
  • Recommend and initiate new digital tools for outreach and movement-building to improve our work and grow our grassroots network

Other responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Replying in a timely fashion to emails from staff, board members, volunteers, allies, and supporters
  • Writing a short monthly report, submitted to the Executive Director
  • Attending weekly staff calls, monthly board calls, and annual conferences on Zoom to communicate with the team about current projects and organizational operations

Required Qualifications:

  • At least 1-3 years experience in digital organizing
  • Excellent oral and written communications skills in English; fluency in other languages is an asset
  • Alignment with World BEYOND War’s mission to end all war and establish a just and sustainable peace
  • Highly organized, and able to manage multiple projects at once without sacrificing quality
  • Experience working remotely
  • Experience working with a nongovernmental organization or in the nonprofit sector
  • Strong understanding of online and offline organizing, mobilization, and direct action
  • Able to travel nationally and internationally on occasion
  • Proficiency with email, internet, and spreadsheet software, Google Suite, Zoom, Action Network, WordPress, social media platforms, or similar systems
  • Experience working in a multilingual context across time zones
  • Experience creating and sustaining coalitions of varying capacities
  • Experience managing complex partner dynamics
  • Experience with strategic campaign planning
  • Experience with intersectional organizing that highlights racial justice, gender justice, climate justice, and Indigenous rights a plus

This staff person will work as an independent contractor, but World BEYOND War will provide 2 weeks paid vacation as well as paid sick leave and parental leave.

World BEYOND War is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply.

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