Job Openings: Digital Coordinator!
Thanks for your interest in working for RG! We currently are hiring for the following position:
- Database and Digital Engagement Coordinator
Resource Generation is seeking a full-time Database & Digital Engagement Coordinator (Digital Coordinator) to manage our database and support our Digital campaigns efforts. This is a new position which will take the lead on implementing database standards, organize and streamline our digital content production practices across the organization, and train and support our chapter organizations in using the digital and database tools at our disposal.
This position is intended to expand RG’s capacity to effectively organize young people with access to wealth into our chapters and to take nationally coordinated action towards the equitable distribution of wealth, land, and power. The Digital Coordinator will not work in an online silo — rather they will be frequently interfacing with a range of people across the organization and supporting multiple efforts. This person will support our team of staff and member-leaders who are already actively using our database to make our shared online and offline work more easeful, powerful, and informed by data as we move towards collective goals. The Digital Coordinator will also be responsible for training and troubleshooting our digital engagement systems — breaking down complex systems and practices so they can be understood and ultimately adopted by people of varying digital experience.
Resource Generation is a national non-profit organization mobilizing young people (age 18-35) with wealth and class privilege in the U.S. to become transformative leaders working towards the equitable distribution of wealth, land and power. The broader Resource Generation community includes people of all ages and class backgrounds who support the role that young people with wealth play in social change. RG has 16 chapters in cities around the U.S., and our chapters engage in base-building, political education programming, running giving circles, engaging in local and national campaigns, and building local organizational relationships.
By more effectively mobilizing our growing base to act, more money will move to social justice movements and more young people with wealth will participate in campaigns to address the root causes of wealth inequality.
This position is supervised by the Communications Director. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. The ideal start date is October – November, 2019.
Location: The candidate will work from our New York Office or have the option to work remotely. National travel four times per year to staff and member retreats is required.
Compensation: This is a full-time position with a starting salary of $56,000 – $60,000 depending on experience. Benefits include 100% employer paid health, vision, and dental insurance, 403(b) retirement plan and an employer contribution after one year of employment, medical and transit flexible spending account, and annual paid vacation (15 days), sick leave (15 days), personal days (5 days), and holidays (10).
How to apply: Go to https://resource-generation.breezy.hr/p/5af4be2b175c-database-digital-engagement-coordinator and click apply. You will be asked to provide a resume, cover letter, and one writing sample no longer than 1-2 pages, which does not have to be a published work, i.e. blog post, email blast for organization, etc. The deadline for applications is August 30th, 2019.
RG organizes young people with wealth and the RG staff is a multi-class and multi-racial team. We especially encourage people of color and people from poor and working-class backgrounds to apply.
- Coordinate Resource Generation’s digital engagement activity, with the supervision of the Communications Director who oversees digital engagement strategy overall. — 50%
- Inform our organizing strategy with data, by tracking trends in online to offline conversion, creating a culture of commitment to best practices in database organization, and fostering consistency of digital content quality across the organization.
- Ensure website and other digital tools/platforms and key content are optimized to drive membership engagement (among other organizational priorities) by using data to inform decisions and educate fellow practitioners internally.
- Support and implement digital campaigns (including setting goals, targeting lists, informing content, and tracking engagement) to mobilize members digitally to participate in activity towards organizational goals such as registering for events and webinars, taking public action, or redistributing wealth.
- Work with colleagues and the Communications Director to identify, create, and implement original online activation campaigns.
- Coordinate content on our social media platforms (including public-facing Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts and RG’s members-only Facebook group) and keep internal stakeholders informed and knowledgable about social media metrics as well. Manage direct engagement with members and partners on social, building relationships with our leaders and base that will help campaigns succeed.
- Own Resource Generation’s database and digital tools. The Associate Director currently owns this area of work, and this position will work closely with them as responsibility transitions. — 40%
- Lead as the primary point person to coordinate and troubleshoot with staff and member leaders on how to best utilize digital tools to strengthen the work they are responsible for. For example: work with the Development Director on major donor tracking; with Chapter Organizers on prospective member intake process; and with the Finance & Operations Manager on updating members’ credit cards.
- Create trainings, written/video and other support tools to guide staff and chapter leaders to use the database more easily and strategically, including smarter targeting of lists, tracking of relevant organizing data, and better coordinating online actions into organizing strategy.
- Serve as the primary point of contact for sales and support people for EveryAction, Hustle, and other digital engagement platforms.
- Monitor new tools and developments in the field of online organizing and make recommendations for experimenting with, adding or changing the contractors that we use, and leading training and adoption of those tools.
- Participate in shared national organizing priorities (work that all staff participate in together that is not unique to their position) — 10%
- Responsible for elements of planning for our National Retreats – including Making Money Make Change and Transforming Family Philanthropy.
- Responsible for participating in our collective base building and fundraising goals, and meeting an individual fundraising goal.
- Responsible for owning the accuracy and regular input of data for assigned contacts, as well as core administrative functions such as uploading and tagging receipts for travel expenses.
– Demonstrated ability to contribute to and implement creative and rigorous digital engagement through various platforms, especially email and social media, to drive membership and overall involvement with the organization. This likely looks like 2+ years of experience but that’s not the requirement — it’s the competency in digital organizing that is.
– Results-oriented: Demonstrated ability to set goals and sequence work towards concrete them, breaking through barriers to achieve them, and learning in the process.
– Strong project manager: Can keep projects on track and communicate expectations and progress regularly with a team.
– Data and systems-minded: someone who is detail-oriented, who can dive into a database and configure it to meet our needs, and present data to others in accessible and compelling ways.
– Demonstrated ability to train people to develop and consistently use new technology skills
– Experience within a remote work environment Experience with EveryAction and/or NGP VAN a plus but not require
– Working graphic design knowledge.
– Fluent in HTML/CSS.
– Strong relationship-builder: cultivates trust, responsive to feedback, thrives in a highly collaborative environment, eager to support others.
– Basic understanding of class, classism, their own class identity, and how class is distinct from but connected to race.
– Demonstrated commitment to economic and racial justice.
– Belief in the importance of organizing young people with wealth to become social justice leaders in their families, communities, and within philanthropy.