People Operations Director

Website Vote Mama

Vote Mama builds the political power of moms.

About the Role

In this new leadership position, the People Operations Director is responsible for both the big picture strategic approach and in-the-weeds work of People Operations. As a strategic partner, they play a key role in the implementation and co-design of a plan to scale Vote Mama while supporting the PAC, 501 (c)(3) Foundation, and 501(c)(4) Lobby. The Director is the architect of employee engagement, including the recruitment of outstanding talent and co-creation of a best-in-class culture that reflects core values around racial equity, diversity, belonging and fostering meaningful relationships in and outside of the organization.

The People Operations Director will guide Vote Mama leadership and staff through a period of scaling and opportunity, while being intentional about maintaining the organization’s goals and values. Through implementing processes, tools, training, and policies, you can ensure the passionate, creative team at Vote Mama has the structure to grow and thrive as individuals and an organization.  As the first People Operations Director,  you will have the latitude to implement innovative approaches and build systems from the ground up, and we hope you will bring the skills, expertise, and passion to do so.

The ideal candidate for this position is a seasoned people operations professional with experience building and scaling progressive organizations. You have a deep understanding and dedication to building values aligned systems and structures that center the employee experience while building a thriving and successful organization.

Working at Vote Mama

This position is a remote in the DC/NY area and requires travel for in-person events as needed.

Benefits and Compensation

Salary: $105,000-$130,000


  • Health Insurance: group medical insurance, group dental insurance, group vision insurance
  • Health FSA and Dependent Care FSA
  • Paid Time Off: paid federal holidays, unlimited vacations and sick days, six months of paid family leave
  • 401(k): upon three months