Move to Amend is Hiring: Outreach Coordinator

November 6, 2017

The Move to Amend Coalition is a grassroots campaign to amend the Constitution to state that artificial entities such as corporations, unions, and non-profits do not have inherent rights under the Constitution, and that money is not free speech so campaign spending can be regulated. Move to Amend focuses on movement building and community organizing, emphasizing leadership from communities most impacted by corporate power such as people of color, low-income people, women and youth.

Move to Amend is structured to empower grassroots community leaders through affiliate groups that organize locally for the amendment campaign. The coalition’s “We the People Amendment” was introduced in Congress in 2013, 2015, and 2017.

Job Announcement: Outreach Coordinator


The Outreach Coordinator works with the Outreach Director and Communications Team to coordinate and administer Move to Amend’s outreach efforts at the national level, and provides support and training to affiliate volunteers conducting outreach in their communities.


  • Work with Outreach Director and Outreach and Engagement Committee to develop and execute annual outreach plan

  • Work with Outreach Director and Program Coordinator to develop ongoing partnerships with movement organizations

  • Train and supervise staff, Board, volunteers, and interns responsible for outreach related functions

  • Coordinate logistics for Move to Amend’s Barnstorming Program and oversee training/supervise interns and volunteers to support

  • Conduct public talks and trainings about Move to Amend for the general public and Move to Amend affiliates

  • Ensure accurate and timely reporting and organizing follow up of volunteer, media, movement and funding leads for outreach activities including Barnstorming tours, affiliate visits, and conference/event attendance

  • Oversee annual calendar of conferences, events, and other speaking opportunities for Move to Amend and submit speaking proposals

  • Create and distribute materials for use by Move to Amend affiliates conducting outreach in their communities

  • Assist in donor solicitation and cultivation and other fundraising efforts (a requirement for all staff)

  • Produce regular reports on progress made toward stated objectives and next steps as part of broader organizational accountability and coordination.

  • Participate in Move to Amend’s anti-oppression work (a requirement for all staff and volunteers)


  • Experience with event coordination and promotion

  • Experience with non-profit organizations and/or political campaigns

  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and to be able to self-manage, prioritize tasks, and work independently as well as part of a team

  • Advanced computer and internet proficiency, including Google Apps, Facebook and Twitter

  • Strong task management, ability to track multiple deadlines

  • Superb writing skills and ability to communicate in a precise, concise, accessible and persuasive manner (will be asked to submit writing samples)

  • Sense of quality control and attention to detail

  • Demonstrated excellence in organizational, managerial, and communication skills

  • Ability to work independently from a distance

  • Passion for Move to Amend's mission

  • Commitment to economic, racial, and gender equity

  • Fluency in English required. Other languages are an advantage.
  • Experience with Teamwork, CiviCRM, Drupal or Meltwater a plus, but not required
  • General fluency with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator for graphics work a plus, but not required.


Part-time, 30-35 hours/week, up to $15/hr, depending on experience.

To Apply

Send formal cover letter, resume, 2-3 writing samples (please include a diversity of examples such as informational flyers, op-eds and/or media releases, and graphic / layout samples if available -- academic papers not advised), and three professional references to kaitlin [at] with the subject “Outreach Coordinator Application”.

Applications will be accepted until December 1, 2017 or until position is filled. People of color, women, low-income, LGBT strongly encourage to apply.

Note that this position requires living in the Sacramento, CA area. Move to Amend employees work in a shared office 2 days a week and from home the rest of the time.