We're Hiring Field Organizers!
Updated: Jan 16
The Rural Utah Project
Job Description: Field Organizer
Location: Navajo Nation, Arizona
Position Type: Full-time or Part-time, Contracted
Compensation: Full-time (40hrs per week), salaried at $3000 per month. Mileage reimbursement of $0.58/mile provided for any required travel using a personal vehicle
Description: The Rural Utah Project (RUP) is a non-partisan non-profit organization working to increase voter engagement and participation in a number of southern Utah counties and on the Navajo Nation in Utah and Arizona. Through voter registration drives and a non-partisan Get Out the Vote effort, RUP hopes to increase the number of active voters in areas that have historically been overlooked. RUP seeks individuals interested in aiding these efforts in the Arizona portion of the Navajo Nation as a Voter Registration Organizer.
Collect new and updated voter registration forms for voters on Indigenous lands in Arizona in Apache, Navajo, and Coconino counties
Plan and execute events centered around informing voters about the electoral process and breaking down barriers to voting participation
Recruit, train, and manage volunteers for phone banking and text banking efforts as directed by RUP’s Field Director
Register and inform voters at community events and chapter meetings
Other duties as assigned
Ability to work independently and in team settings
Passion for increasing local civic participation and voter turnout
Excellent personal, verbal, and written communication skills, comfort with public speaking
Drivers license and access to transportation
Ability to work irregular hours as needed, including occasional nights and weekends
Familiarity with the Navajo Nation
Conversational fluency in Navajo language a plus
This position is through November 2020. Independent Contractors will provide their own work equipment, and RUP will not pay for relocation expenses. Independent Contractors are responsible for paying all of their taxes, receive no benefits, and are not covered under any workers compensation program. Reasonable work-related expenses, such as travel and materials, will be reimbursed.
How to apply: The Rural Utah Project is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit. The Rural Utah Project is committed to diversity and is an equal opportunity employer. Submit applications to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a resume, cover letter, and three professional references.