Digital Content Specialist

  • Full Time
  • Midwest
  • Applications have closed

Website Tammy Baldwin for Senate

Hiring: Digital Content Specialist

Summary of Position
Employment type: Full-time
Reports to: Deputy Digital Director of Content
Location: Madison, Wisconsin or Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Salary: $4,500 per month
Start date: ASAP
Application deadline: April 23, 2024 (applications accepted until position is filled)

Tammy Baldwin for Senate is seeking a Digital Content Specialist to join us in Wisconsin. This person will be responsible for producing creative multimedia content, writing and editing social media copy, and engaging our online communities. The ideal candidate will have experience working with social media platforms, creating engaging content for a variety of audiences, and a passion for Democratic politics.


This person will be expected to relocate to Wisconsin. The role does not follow traditional work hours and may require long days and work on the weekends.



Work with the Deputy Digital Director of Content to write and proofread social media copy, monitor news to identify rapid response opportunities, engage online communities, and update the content calendar
Produce creative multimedia content, including graphics, videos, photos, and more
Stay on top of the latest trends across social media platforms, routinely pitch new ideas, and brainstorm creative concepts
Analyze and track social media insights to optimize the campaign’s content strategy and identify growth areas; oversee inboxes across platforms
Coordinate with the road team to edit and publish event footage on social media in real-time; organize and maintain asset libraries for future use
Track incoming creative, photo, and/or video requests from other departments
Draft digital toolkits for online supporters, partner organizations, validators, and other stakeholders; assist with distributing content to online communities
Occasional travel with and/or drive the candidate, including briefing her before events and assisting advance staff with on-the-ground logistics
Assist with website maintenance, mobilization efforts, and digital organizing as needed
Other duties as assigned within and outside of the digital department


At least 1 year of experience creating content or managing social media for a campaign, advocacy organization, creative agency, labor union, or brand (fellowships and internships count)
Strong knowledge and understanding of internet culture (i.e., you’re extremely online)
Experience using various social media platforms, including Facebook, X/Twitter, Instagram, Threads, TikTok, and/or YouTube — and a strong understanding of how to create content that is optimized for different platforms
Proficient with Adobe Creative Suite, specifically Lightroom, Photoshop, Premiere Pro, Illustrator, and/or After Effects
Experience creating short-form vertical videos for social media
Ability to work under tight deadlines with quick turnaround times and adapt quickly to changing political environments
Exceptional writing, scripting, and editing skills with strong attention to detail
Highly creative with an ability to tell stories in a unique way
Willingness to learn, share, and collaborate across departments
Valid driver’s license

Bonus Points

Wisconsin ties
Experience using Google Workspace products like Sheets, Docs, etc.
Familiarity with 4k camera picture profiles and recording settings, color correction, DSLR cameras and lenses, export settings, aspect ratios, frame rates, and lighting
Basic knowledge of encoding formats, embedding, export settings, aspect ratios, and frame rates


$4,500 per month
Mileage reimbursement for campaign travel
Benefits options include: health, dental, vision, group-term and supplemental life, short and long-term insurances, 401(k), employee assistance plan, and more
This is a bargaining unit position with the IBEW

How to Apply

Email your resume, two short-form writing samples, and a portfolio to [email protected] with the subject line “Digital Content Specialist.” Cover letters are not required. Please note: We’re asking for a portfolio to get a better idea of your creative eye and the skill level you’re at, which means the samples don’t have to come from previous work experience or professional client work — samples from school projects, hobbies, online courses, volunteer work, etc., will do just fine!


You will be contacted if chosen for an interview.



Senator Baldwin and her campaign believe strongly in creating a welcoming work environment for everyone. The Campaign is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions) gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, marital status, disability, genetic information, veteran status, or any other status protected under applicable law.

Tammy Baldwin for Senate requires all employees to be “up to date” on COVID-19 vaccination status as prescribed by the CDC as a condition of employment, unless otherwise prohibited by applicable law. If you seek a reasonable accommodation in relation to the campaign’s COVID-19 policy, you should speak to the HR team prior to reporting to an office location.