Campaign Manager

Boston, Massachusetts, United States · Executive

Description

Freedom for All Massachusetts (FFAM), the campaign to preserve transgender nondiscrimination protections at the ballot in the 2018 election, has an immediate opening for a full time ballot question Campaign Manager to manage day-to-day campaign operations while working closely with a multi-organization Executive Committee.

Background

In 2016, a bipartisan coalition of Massachusetts lawmakers passed legislation updating the Commonwealth’s nondiscrimination laws to include protections for transgender people in public spaces, such as restaurants, retail stores and hospitals. An Act Relative to Transgender Anti-Discrimination added “gender identity” to existing Massachusetts civil rights law for public accommodations, which currently prohibits discrimination based on age, race, national origin, sexual orientation, sex, religion and marital status.

Following the passage of the bill, anti-transgender activists secured the low threshold of signatures needed – fewer than one percent of the state population – to try to take these protections away on the statewide November 2018 ballot.

Freedom for All Massachusetts will lead a broad based coalition of stakeholders committed to protecting fairness for our transgender neighbors and ensuring that Massachusetts remains a leader on civil rights.

Requirements

The Campaign Manager will be responsible for:

The position will report to and facilitate a cooperative and high functioning board of directors comprised of key stakeholder organizations. Success will be measured by the seamlessness of campaign operations, breadth and depth of public and coalition engagement, and the increase in overall support for fair treatment of transgender people among Massachusetts residents.

Qualifications

The ideal candidate will possess:

Other Requirements:

Benefits

Competitive benefits package. Position is available immediately and compensation is based on experience.

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