Outreach Division

The Outreach Division is responsible for grassroots-level contact between the Libertarian Party of Washington and the public at large. These responsibilities include maintaining useful contacts and coordination with student organizations, recruiting key demographics into the party, building coalitions with like-minded groups and coordinating outreach events.

Outreach Division general responsibilities:

  • Campus Building. Work with partisan (College Libertarians) and non-partisan (Young Americans for Liberty, Students for Liberty, etc.) to set up additional chapters throughout the state.
  • Target New Demographics. Identify and target new demographics who would have a high likelihood to be interested in the Libertarian Party.
  • Coalition building. One of the most important aspects of politics is having good relationships with other organizations. Work with organizations that are niched to specific issues that are aligned with the party platform such as gun rights, pro-legalization, etc.
  • Networking. Frequent networking events and interact with other professionals and groups.
  • Civic Engagement. Increasing voter registration.
  • Grass-root Event Organizing. Organize City Council, County Commission and other rallies.

 

Open Positions, Job Descriptions & Requirements

Outreach Director

Description: The Outreach Director manages and oversees the Outreach Division. Their primary function is building relationships for the Libertarian Party of Washington with other groups in the community. Additionally, they will provide leadership, training, and mentoring to county parties and draft the Outreach Division field manual.

Principle Accountabilities:

  1. Responsible for establishing and populating all necessary committees as well as recruit and appoint all leaders within the Outreach Division.
  2. Mentor and lead all other members of the Outreach Division.
  3. Develop, implement, and evaluate an annual outreach plan.
  4. Manage, motivate and oversee activists within the Libertarian Party.
  5. Oversee all grass-root activism.
  6. Collaborate and work with the Volunteer and Event Divisions.
  7. Develop and maintain relationships with other organizations in the community.
  8. Oversee the drafting and publishing of the Outreach Division field manual.

Qualifications

  • Strong networker with business development skills.
  • Experience in event planning and organizing.
  • Previous management/leadership experience, preferably running a multifaceted team of specialized individuals.
  • Sincere commitment to work with all constituent groups including all other staff, board members, and volunteers.
  • Self-starter, able to work independently, and entrepreneurial.

 

Assistant Outreach Director

Description: Responsible for assisting the Outreach Director in all aspects of the position.


 

Campus Coordinator

Description: The Campus Coordinator primary responsibility is recruiting and managing Campus Coordinators throughout Washington. Additionally, they act as a liaison between the party and all of the other campus coordinators and provide them with leadership, training, and mentoring. They will assist drafting the Campus Coordinating portion of the Outreach Division field manual.

Principle Accountabilities:

  1. Responsible for recruiting and appointing all Campus Coordinators.
  2. Building and maintaining our presence on college campuses.
  3. Mentor and lead all other members of the Campus Coordinator team.
  4. Increase the number of Libertarians in Washington through activities at college campuses.
  5. Develop, implement, and evaluate an annual plan to build the presence of the Libertarian Party on college campuses.
  6. Work with partisan and non-partisan student groups.
  7. Manage, motivate and oversee college activists within the Libertarian Party.
  8. Oversee all grass-root activism at campuses.
  9. Oversee the drafting and publishing of the Campus Outreach Division field manual.

Qualifications

  • Experience working with student groups at universities and colleges..
  • Experience in event planning and organizing.
  • Previous management/leadership experience, preferably running a multifaceted team of specialized individuals.
  • Sincere commitment to work with all student groups.
  • Self-starter, able to work independently, and entrepreneurial.

Join the Outreach Division Team

There are several positions that need to be filled, and there are multiple opportunities to get involved with the Outreach Division. Contact Us today.

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