Field Director

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Giselle Hale is a mom, advocate, business professional and technology leader, who is currently the Mayor of Redwood City. She has built a reputation for hard work, collaboration and effectiveness, with the courage to take on tough problems – and gets results. She is running for Assembly because we face big challenges and we need results-oriented, forward-looking leaders to solve them. She is not afraid to roll up her sleeves to find common sense solutions that ensure California is a place everyone can succeed.

Join our team as we run a truly exciting, dynamic, and innovative campaign.

Job Description:  Field Director 

 

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: 

 

  • Oversee implementation of all aspects of field operation, including direct voter contact, field events, volunteer recruitment and activities and neighbor to neighbor communications.
     

  • Oversee implementation of GOTV plan.
     

  • Work with partner organizations to conduct direct voter contact, coordinating activities and avoiding duplication of efforts.
     

  • Managing field staff, training, developing goals and ensuring they are met, creating and managing reporting matrix and reports.
     

  • Managing paid canvass operation, including training, staff management and payroll.
     

  • Working with campaign manager and consultant to develop field materials, scripts and targeting. 

 

Applicants for the position should be hard-working, able to work long hours under pressure and deadlines, possess good communication skills, and also have the ability to manage several different tasks and maintain a sense of humor at the same time.  Experience working in a campaign field operation is helpful, as is political experience.  Salary is negotiable, depending on experience. 

To apply, please send your resume to
jobs@gisellehale.com

Giselle Hale for Assembly 2022 is an equal employment opportunity employer committed to recruiting and hiring without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Women, people of color, and LGBTQ+ individuals are  encouraged to apply.