The Texas Democratic Party is looking for a Statewide AAPI Outreach Coordinator. This is the first time that the state party is devoting a staff position for this role, says Ramey Ko, AAPIs constantly critique our political parties about the need to invest more in our communities. Well, the Texas Democrats are doing just that.
The Statewide AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander) Outreach Coordinator will be primarily responsible for supporting the parties organizing efforts within the AAPI community. The Outreach Coordinator will oversee the creation, implementation and execution of the elements of the political outreach campaign plan. The Outreach Coordinator will be responsible for executing a program that builds relationships, tracks progress to goals and develops and executes metrics while ensuring reporting and accountability to senior staff.
In addition to the above responsibilities, the Outreach Coordinator will build relationships with community leaders, faith leaders, labor leaders, small business owners, civic organizations, seek endorsements and leverage support to ensure program success and work with partners to ensure high turnout during GOTV.
Daily travel is expected and required to maximize the support for our campaign.
The Outreach Coordinator must have strong communication skills including an ability to talk to large groups of people, be excited to work as part of an accountable team and have a passion for electing Democrats. A bachelor’s degree and a minimum of one electoral cycles of work experience required. Applicants without these minimum requirements will not be considered.
To apply, please send a PDF resume to email@example.com. List salary requirements in your email. Please no phone calls. Applicants accepted on a rolling basis but no later than May 15, 2014. This position can be located in Dallas, Houston or Austin.
The Texas Democratic Party is an equal opportunity employer and it is our policy to recruit, hire, train, promote and administer any and all personnel actions without regard to sex, race, age, color, creed, national origin, religion, economic status, sexual orientation, veteran status, gender identity or expression, ethnic identity or physical disability, or any other legally protected basis.
Women and members of historically underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply.