Field Directors with Reproductive Freedom for All

  • Full Time
  • Southwest
  • Applications have closed

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About The Outreach Team

The Outreach Team is a premier national field firm. We partner with organizations working to solve some of the biggest problems facing our society — from protecting human rights to fighting climate change — and help them build the resources they need to make an impact. We are a people-powered enterprise; our campaigns are effective because we hire diverse teams of talented people, invest in our staff, and treat them well.

We are currently seeking Field Directors to join us on an important and exciting campaign to help Reproductive Freedom for All protect access to reproductive healthcare by going door-to-door to engage with residents in Arizona. Now more than ever we must protect the right to abortion, contraceptive care, paid family leave, and pregnancy and postpartum care. Reproductive Freedom for All is a non-profit advocacy organization. We organize and mobilize our members to fight for access to abortion, birth control, paid parental leave, and protections from pregnancy discrimination. Reproductive Freedom For All Arizona and our 75,000 members in the state are working in coalition to remove current restrictions on abortion, as well as prevent any future restrictions on reproductive freedom. We are hiring Deputy Director positions in Maricopa County to start mid-April.


Field Directors will recruit, train, and manage a team of local canvassers to talk to Arizonans about the state of abortion access. This position is expected to train canvassers in the field while canvassing themselves to lead by example; they must also communicate long and short term goals to staff and manage campaign reporting. Field Directors manage canvassers and Team Leads and report to the Lead Director.


Additionally, the Lead Campaign Director will manage a team of two Deputy Directors, and will be responsible for building an office to scale from the ground up. This position reports to the Project Director.


We are hiring immediately. This position will run through the week of June 24 with opportunities to extend.


Location: Phoenix, AZ. Strong preference for in-state candidates, short-term travel may be required.

Canvass Management Responsibilities:

Manage a team of 15-20 hourly staff who will be collecting signatures in support of reproductive rights
Set goals and hold staff accountable
Train and provide ongoing motivation and support to staff
Identify, promote, and train a leadership team
Build a diverse team where staff feel respected, while fostering a culture of equity and justice
Implement quality control measures to ensure integrity of the work
Go in the field yourself a few days per week to collect signatures, train staff, and help drive office goals
Maintain a healthy and safe working environment for all staff
Develop strategic plans to reach registered voters in assigned locations
Manage administrative duties, including reporting data, record keeping, processing payroll, and distribution of materials



Must have

Leadership experience, ability to motivate, grow, and manage a large team.
Eagerness to lead from the front and canvass several days a week.
Extreme attention to detail and a proven ability to instill that quality in others.
Self-starter with excellent problem-solving skills.
Strong passion for community organizing and fostering civic engagement.
Track record of equity and inclusion.
Ability to work long hours, including evenings and weekends.

Experience running paid canvasses or managing paid employees
Familiarity with VAN
Experience working in underserved or marginalized communities
Facilitation experience
Local knowledge/experience
Salary: The salary range for this position is $1,200 – $1,400 per week. We offer a generous benefits package, including paid vacation and sick leave, health insurance, and hands-on training. At the end of the campaign, there may be opportunities for advancement and bonuses.

At The Outreach Team, we prioritize equity and inclusion. We are an equal opportunity employer and we strongly encourage Black, indigenous, people of color, women, people with previous felony convictions, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, and others who identify with underrepresented groups to apply.

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