Careers at LI

Regional Development Officer

Job Summary:

Serves as a representative of the Leadership Institute to top-tier donors who are critical to the foundation and continued momentum of the conservative movement.

Position is based in Arlington, Virginia.

 

Candidate would:

·      Cultivate long-term relationships with major donors and prospects of the Institute.

·      Enthusiastically communicate the Institute’s mission and operational goals in a way that fosters long-term partnerships.

·      Maximize donor contributions through funding proposals, informational mailings, phone contact, events, and in-person meetings.

 

Ideal candidate possesses the following skills:

·      2+ years in fundraising or development.

·      Experience in personal meetings with a successful track record increasing donor’s giving.

·      Knowledge of the Moves Management system to upgrade donor giving.

·      Desire to learn additional fundraising techniques such as planned giving, grant writing, and donor recognition.

 

·      Attention to detail, follow-up and follow through.

·      Strong relationship building skills and an outgoing, friendly personality.

·      Excellent written and oral communication skills.

·      Self-starter and ability to work independently.

·      Ability to multi-task.

·      Ability to travel up to 35%.

·      Experience with Salesforce.

 

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to Courtney Trollinger at ctrollinger@leadershipinstitute.org.


Job Posted

Digital Marketing Manager

The Leadership Institute (LI) is seeking a Digital Marketing Manager to lead the email and social media marketing team.


This position is the perfect opportunity for a driven, freedom-loving, self-motivated, detail-oriented person to mastermind marketing a great product – training and resources to help conservatives win!


The right person:


  • Believes conservative principles are the answer
  • Is highly self-motivated
  • Thrives while creating and coordinating a plan


  • Enjoys tracking and analytics to learn what works
  • Writes in a way that grabs people’s attention
  • Has 1-4 years of marketing, digital fundraising, and/or writing experience (and liked it!)


Duties include the following:


  • Oversee the Marketing Coordinator
  • Coordinate or create all marketing emails and social media content (organic & ads) for LI’s training programs and campus programs. Team currently uses Hootsuite and Drip to manage
  • Analyze email and social media results and adjust marketing text and timing accordingly


  • Create a monthly email marketing calendar, coordinating with programs and campus teams
  • Manage Drip ECRM list hygiene and stay abreast of any Drip updates
  • Create and confirm content for LI’s Weekly Update email


  • Run live social media for events, like the monthly Wednesday Wakeup Club Breakfast and the annual Conservative Political Action Conference
  • Manage marketing platform contracts with Hootsuite and Drip
  • Build analytics reports to share with VP of Programs, VP of Campus, and Director of External Affairs. This is an accumulation of other reports, such as the Drip Email Results Report and LI Social Media Report


To apply: Complete the Public Policy Questionnaire LeadershipInstitute.org/PPQ and send your resume, cover letter, salary requirement, and references to Carol Cocks Carol@LeadershipInstitute.org.


Job Posted

Web Developer

The Leadership Institute is looking to grow our Tech Solutions team! The right qualified candidate is key to migrating legacy application to modern infrastructure. We are currently working on several projects that will significantly increase our ability to advance the Leadership Institute's mission. We are looking to complement the team with a professional developer familiar with both JavaScript and relational database experience. Huge plus for any ColdFusion experience, though not required!

To apply please send your resume and github profile or other code examples to the hiring manager: cfries@leadershipinstitute.org.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Ability to function as a full stack developer.
  • Designing user interfaces.
  • Develop back-end website applications.
  • Design and develop REST APIs.
  • Stay current on developments in web applications and programming languages.

Full Stack Developer Requirements:

  • Experience in the full stack development process.
  • Experience in implementing site security and reliability.
  • Experience deploying to AWS.
  • Degree in Computer Science, Coding Bootcamp certificate, or equivalent experience.
  • Strong organizational and project management skills.
  • Proficiency with fundamental front end development such as HTML and CSS.
  • Familiarity with JavaScript frameworks such as NextJS, React, and NodeJS.
  • Proficiency with JavaScript.
  • Familiarity with relational databases, MSSQL, postgreSQL.
  • Attention to detail.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $60,000.00 - $80,000.00 per year

Benefits:

  • SEP-IRA Eligibilty
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Training Budget
  • Equipment stipend

Schedule:

  • Monday to Friday, infrequent overtime

Supplemental Pay:

  • Bonus pay

Experience:

  • Relational Databases: 1 year (Preferred)
  • JavaScript: 2 year (Preferred)
  • APIs: 2 year (Preferred)

Work Location:

  • Arlington Virginia, or Remote


Job Posted

Program Operations Coordinator

The Program Operations Coordinator will have a wide range of administrative duties that include operations management, event logistics, data management, program operations, and hospitality. A very motivated and self-starting individual is sought that has strong organizational and interpersonal skills with the ability to juggle multiple competing priorities. This job requires being on your feet as much as sitting behind a desk. This role also has room for growth and provides opportunities to develop new skills.


Programs Operations Coordinator Job Responsibilities:

-Facilitate LI’s in-house training programs

-Facility maintenance: includes scheduling cleanings, security, and inventory of supplies

-Assist the planning and executing happy hours, donor events, staff events, and the yearly National Fourth of July Conservative Soirée

-Maintain relationships with partner organizations and vendors

-Provide support with internal and external promotion of events


Desired Candidate Attributes:

-Experience with spreadsheets (or translatable organizational skills)

-Excellent interpersonal skills

-Attention to aesthetic details

-Enjoys organizing

-Bonus: familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite


Position includes benefits, room for growth, and a starting salary between 30K-40K.

Start Date: ASAP

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Deirdre Hackleman at DHackleman@LeadershipInstitute.org.


Job Posted

Donor Services Officer

The Leadership Institute seeks a Donor Services Officer (DSO) to join our fast-paced and growing Development team. He or she will work to research and build personal relationships with mid-level donors.

This is a robust entry-level position for someone determined to rapidly acquire non-profit fundraising skills as a member of the Leadership Institute’s donor services division.  This role provides a unique opportunity to learn all aspects of relational fundraising and donor cultivation techniques.

Numerous professional development opportunities exist through LI’s political training programs (e.g., High-Dollar Fundraising, Public Speaking, Online Fundraising, and Direct Mail) and one-on-one mentoring by LI Development staff.

The Leadership Institute is a nonpartisan 501(c)3 non-profit educational foundation that trains principled conservatives to become effective leaders. The purpose of LI’s DSO position is to increase donor retention and upgrade donors to major giving levels to achieve our mission.

How to apply

Complete the Public Policy Questionnaire: LeadershipInstitute.org/PPQ

Email resume and personalized cover letter to Laurel Clark at lclark@leadershipinstitute.org.


Job Posted

Donor Communications Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION

The Leadership Institute seeks a Donor Communications Assistant to join our fast-paced and growing Development team. This is an amazing entry-level position for someone interested in rapidly acquiring non-profit fundraising skills. Primary responsibilities are to process mail and donations, read and record the mail sent by the Leadership Institute’s 45,000 donors, update donor records, maintain database hygiene, and assist in the process of quickly thanking donors for their donations.  More projects and opportunities will come up as your skills develop.

Opportunities to draft emails to donors and articles for our donor newsletter are available for those with creative skills.

Ideal candidates will be hard working, curious, and ready to learn. The best applicants will have professional experience, preferably in development, be familiar with Raiser's Edge, and possess an appreciation for our mission. Candidates must be detail-oriented, have excellent organizational skills, be capable of meeting hard deadlines, and have flexibility in schedule.

To apply, fill out the Public Policy Questionnaire on ConservativeJobs.com and apply to the position through the same website. Then, submit your cover letter and resume to Mitch Nozka at mnozka@leadershipinstitute.org.


Job Posted

Development Operations Officer

The Leadership Institute seeks a Development Operations Officer to join our fast-paced and growing Development team. This is an amazing entry-level position for someone interested in rapidly acquiring non-profit fundraising skills. Primary responsibilities are to process mail and donations, read and record the mail sent by the Leadership Institute’s 45,000 donors, update donor records, maintain database hygiene, and assist in the process of quickly thanking donors for their donations. More projects and opportunities will come up as your skills develop.

Opportunities to draft emails to donors and articles for our donor newsletter are available for those with creative skills. Similarly, opportunities to build relationships with donors and cultivate giving increases are available for those with high levels of interpersonal communication skills. 

Ideal candidates will be hard working, curious, and ready to learn. The best applicants will have professional experience, preferably in development, be familiar with Salesforce, and possess an appreciation for our mission. Candidates must be detail-oriented, have excellent organizational skills, be capable of meeting hard deadlines, and have flexibility in schedule.

To apply, fill out the Public Policy Questionnaire on ConservativeJobs.com and apply to the position through the same website. Then, submit your cover letter and resume to Laurel Clark at lclark@leadershipinstitute.org.


Job Posted

Donor Relations Officer

This is a headquarters-based position (in Clarendon) supporting the Leadership Institute’s Regional Development Officer (RDO). The Donor Relations Officer (DRO) works with the RDO to build personal relationships with top donors through a customized moves management system.

Numerous professional development opportunities exist through LI’s political training programs (e.g., High-Dollar Fundraising, Public Speaking, Online Fundraising, and Direct Mail) and one-on-one mentoring by LI Development staff.

The Leadership Institute is a nonpartisan 501(c)3 non-profit educational foundation that trains conservatives to be effective activists and leaders. The purpose of LI’s Regional Development Division is to increase donor loyalty and upgrade major donor giving.

LI has set the standard in conservative non-profits for its comprehensive and successful high dollar fundraising programs. This is a unique opportunity to learn all aspects of donor cultivation techniques as well as additional areas of high dollar fundraising including planned giving (wills, estates, and bequests), foundation and corporate grant writing, annuities, and one-on-one major gift solicitations.

To apply, send your cover letter and resume to Aaron Rainwater at ARainwater@leadershipinstitute.org


Job Posted

Digital Training Coordinator


The Leadership Institute is hiring a Digital Training Coordinator to work in its digital training division. The digital training division provides online, on-demand, and in-person trainings for conservatives in digital creative, communications, and analytics.

The right candidate thrives in a fast-paced, highly collaborative environment, enjoys independent research and learning new skills, and is committed to provide high-quality training to advance the conservative movement.
 

Duties: The Digital Training Coordinator will work collaboratively with the Director of Digital Training to complete the essential functions of the role, including:

  • Research and draft new training materials, including presentations, handouts, and/or workbooks, to complement trainings in digital creative, communications, and analytics. Teaching and speaking opportunities are available for qualified candidates.
  • Assist with the development of promotional materials for the trainings, including persuasive copy for email, social media, and print flyers, and the recruitment of attendees.
  • Manage administration for trainings, online and in-person, while proactively identifying opportunities for increased efficiency.
  • Complete day-of event preparations, including classroom and catering set-up, welcoming students, and clean-up.
  • Identify and develop relationships with other conservative organizations and leading digital practitioners to promote Institute trainings.
  • Assist with additional division and Institute projects as needed.

This position is located at Leadership Institute's headquarters in Arlington, VA. It is a full-time position. Leadership Institute offers generous benefits; salary is commensurate with experience.

To apply: Send resume and cover letter to Stephen Rowe, Director of Digital Training at srowe@leadershipinstitute.org. All applicants must have a completed professional profile on ConservativeJobs.com to be considered. 


Job Posted

Digital Donor Communications Officer

Summary:

(Updated January 16, 2020)

The Leadership Institute seeks a Digital Donor Communications Officer to join our fast-paced and growing Development team. We’re looking to take our digital communications with donors to the next level. This is an amazing position for someone who can bring their online marketing skills to non-profit fundraising.

This team member will report to our Digital Communications Manager and be responsible for creating and executing online fundraising campaigns for the Leadership Institute using email, social media, and other tools.

If you have lots of digital experience and little or none on the fundraising side, our team will fill in those gaps if you're a good fit.

Duties including, but not limited to:

  • Draft copy for and implement fundraising and cultivation emails, donation landing pages, social media advertising, along with other online advertising.
  • Draft copy for acquisition emails, advertisements, and landing pages.
  • Seek out avenues to prospect for new donors.
  • Develop strategies for increasing retention and recurring donations.
  • Report on and develop insights from the results of fundraising campaigns, cultivation efforts, and A/B tests, with a particular focus on the lifetime value generated by online initiatives.
  • Monitor performance of automated marketing programs like welcome series emails and thank-you messages.
  • Implement improvements to automated marketing programs to boost relevance to recipients and the results of campaigns.
  • Manage online customer service by replying to customer service emails and Facebook messages and fulfilling donor’s requests.
  • Maintain the frequent synchronization of online and offline marketing data.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Education and experience required:

Ideal candidates will be hard working, curious, ready to learn -- and have a strong appreciation for conservative principles and the Leadership Institute's mission.

Preferred candidates will have at least 2-3 years of experience in online marketing or direct response fundraising. Familiarity with Salesforce, HubSpot, WordPress, or similar tools desirable but not required.

More experience means you can bring more robust skills to the position. Compensation is commensurate with your experience.  A no-kidding excellent benefits package.  

To apply:

Please fill out the Public Policy Questionnaire on ConservativeJobs.com and apply to the position through the same website. Then, submit your cover letter and resume to Mitch Nozka at mnozka@leadershipinstitute.org.


Job Posted

Development Operations Officer

The Leadership Institute seeks a Development Operations Officer to join our fast-paced and growing Development team. This is an amazing entry-level position for someone interested in rapidly acquiring non-profit fundraising skills. Primary responsibilities are to process mail and donations, read and record the mail sent by the Leadership Institute’s 45,000 donors, update donor records, maintain database hygiene, and assist in the process of quickly thanking donors for their donations. More projects and opportunities will come up as your skills develop.

Opportunities to draft emails to donors and articles for our donor newsletter are available for those with creative skills. Similarly, opportunities to build relationships with donors and cultivate giving increases are available for those with high levels of interpersonal communication skills. 

Ideal candidates will be hard working, curious, and ready to learn. The best applicants will have professional experience, preferably in development, be familiar with Salesforce, and possess an appreciation for our mission. Candidates must be detail-oriented, have excellent organizational skills, be capable of meeting hard deadlines, and have flexibility in schedule.

Salary is in the mid-$30k and commensurate with experience.

How to apply

Complete the Public Policy Questionnaire: LeadershipInstitute.org/PPQ

Email a one-page resume and personalized cover letter in PDF format to Laurel Clark at lclark@leadershipinstitute.org.


Job Posted

Digital Content Coordinator

The Leadership Institute is hiring a Digital Content Coordinator to work in its External Affairs Division. The External Affairs Division provides marketing support for all the Leadership Institute’s programs and initiatives.  

The right candidate thrives in a fast-paced, highly collaborative environment, enjoys independent research and learning new skills, is a good writer/communicator, and is committed to provide high-quality content to help advance the mission of the Leadership Institute.

Duties: The Digital Content Coordinator will work collaboratively with the Digital Communications Manager and other Leadership Institute staff to complete the essential functions of the role, including:  




  • Draft, edit, schedule, and send marketing emails for various campaigns that include seasonal discounts, Campus Leadership Program, Newsletters, and other divisions as requested.
  • Maintain email marketing platform maintenance and unsubscribe processing.
  • Build, draft, and schedule original social media campaigns for Leadership Institute, Campus Action, and other social media accounts as requested.
  • Photograph and video events and trainings.
  • Edit photographs and video for promotional purposes.
  • Assist with additional division and Institute projects as needed. 

Why work for the Leadership Institute? 

Leadership Institute is among the most respected and long-established organizations in the conservative movement, with more than 230,000 graduates worldwide. You will become part of a friendly team based in Arlington, VA, just a short metro ride from Washington, D.C. 

Staff enjoy benefits such as comprehensive health insurance, staff training, and more. 

It is a full-time entry-level position.  

Qualifications 

First and foremost, the ideal candidate will be a smart and ambitious team player with a commitment to LI’s mission. 

A bachelor’s degree is preferable with previous experience in either non-profits, campaigns, or marketing. 

How to apply

Complete the Public Policy Questionnaire: LeadershipInstitute.org/PPQ

Email a one-page resume and personalized cover letter, including your salary requirements in PDF format, to Sarah Morrison: SMorrison@LeadershipInstitute.org.  


Job Posted

Managing Editor Campus Reform.org

The Leadership Institute is hiring a Managing Editor for its campus news website Campus Reform.org. As America’s leading source for conservative college news, Campus Reform serves as a watchdog to our country’s higher education system, with a mission to expose liberal bias and abuse on college campuses.

As managing editor, you will oversee a team of 5-6 professional reporters and a network of roughly 100 conservative student journalists with a passion for reforming American higher education by reporting on the conduct and misconduct of administrators, faculty, and students.

The Managing Editor will work out of our Arlington, VA office.

How to apply: please fill out the conservativejobs.com application and send a cover letter, resume, and any writing samples or media interviews to Bbernys@leadershipinstitute.org.

The Leadership Institute is a 501 (c)( 3) organization that was founded in 1979 by its president, Morton C. Blackwell, LI provides training in campaigns, fundraising, grassroots organizing, youth politics, and communications. The Institute teaches conservatives of all ages how to succeed in politics, government, and the media.

Required Skills

  • Minimum of 3 years of work experience, including at least 2 years of professional journalism experience as a reporter, editor, or other related journalism position
  • Strong writing and editing skills
  • Proficiency in identifying and producing newsworthy content
  • Strict adherence to journalism rules and ethics
  • A strong understanding of conservative politics
  • Ability to manage multiple projects in a fast-paced deadline-driven environment
  • Ability to lead and manage a team of reporters and support staff
  • Avid consumer of national news
  • Philosophical alignment with and passion for Leadership Institute/Campus Reform’s mission

Desired Skills

  • Strong following on social network and a proven ability to create and distribute content
  • Ability to public speak, train, and develop student journalists
  • Experience reporting on higher education issues
  • Experience in broadcast media
  • Accomplished opinion writer
  • Experience with video or photo editing
  • Ability to serve as a Campus Reform spokesperson 

How to apply

Complete the Public Policy Questionnaire: LeadershipInstitute.org/PPQ

Email resume and cover letter in PDF format to Bryan Bernys: BBernys@leadershipinstitute.org

You should also include your salary expectations in the cover letter.


Job Posted

Leadership Institute Internship Program

Jump-start your career in politics! Join the Leadership Institute staff team as a spring, summer, or fall intern. This intensive program allows you to gain professional experience in a real working environment, further your knowledge of the conservative movement, and sharpen your skills for future success. Leadership Institute interns receive free housing, an $825 monthly stipend, priority access to the Institute’s Employment Placement Service, free tuition to all Leadership Institute schools and workshops, weekly private lunches and dinners with conservative VIPs, and the opportunity to build public policy references. For more information, please visit us on the web by clicking here.


Job Posted

Intern Coordinator

The Leadership Institute (LI) based in Arlington, VA seeks an Intern Coordinator to manage the LI Intern Program and provide leadership, direction, and coordination for all intern functions within the organization. The coordinator will also manage LI's career consultation program as well as the Conservative Intern Workshops.

Duties include the following. Other duties may be assigned:

• Identifies, recruits, and places applicants for intern program and coordinates their arrival

• Targets "Top Graduates" from Youth Leadership Schools for recruiting purposes

• Plans and coordinates intern program; this includes: speaker events with conservative leaders, weekly seminars and book discussions, the Wednesday Wake-up Club Breakfast, and other activities such as a scavenger hunt and a field trip to Mount Vernon

• Plans and conducts orientation of interns by acquainting them with policies and procedures, providing payroll paperwork and introduction to staff

• Serves as an advisor to interns and staff on issues such as intern employment, evaluations, working relationships, and other intern-related matters

• Performs disciplinary actions as necessary

• Oversees the Intern House and coordinates with house parents to ensure quality and stable living environment

• Assigns and edits interns’ thank you letters to designated speakers and donors

• Plans all aspects of three Conservative Intern Workshops per year

Supervisory Responsibilities: Supervise 12 interns every intern cycle: spring, summer, and fall.

Qualifications: The successful applicant will demonstrate a high attention to detail, excellent writing skills, organization skills, and a passion for mentorship. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

Education and / or Experience: A bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university; or one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of both.

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to Patricia Rausch, Director of Career Programs prausch@leadershipinstitute.org All applicants must have a completed professional profile on ConservativeJobs.com to be considered. 


Job Posted

Communications Training Coordinator

Communications Training Coordinator – Leadership Institute

In support of Leadership Institute’s (LI’s) mission to increase the number and effectiveness of conservative activists and leaders, the Communications Training Division offers a wide range of training in television technique, speech writing, debate, and more.

The Coordinator will manage the planning, recruitment, execution, and follow-up of LI’s communications training programs. Depending on interest and ability, the Coordinator can also participate in on-camera and behind-the-camera experience; create and deliver presentations at training programs and conferences, execute a digital marketing plan, and build relationships with a community of professionals in the conservative movement.

The Coordinator will work for the Director of Communications Training based out of LI’s offices in Arlington, VA. Salary will depend on experience.

Applications will be accepted until a suitable candidate is found.

The Communications Training Coordinator will have the following responsibilities:


  • Plan, recruit for, execute, and follow-up of the Leadership Institute’s communications training programs.
  • Supervise the Communications Training Intern by assigning tasks, monitoring their professional development, and giving feedback.
  • Be the point of contact for the division’s wide portfolio of faculty.
  • Identify coalition partners for training opportunities and potential new faculty.
  • Finding ways to innovate and grow the division. 

Why work for Leadership Institute?

Leadership Institute is among the most respected and long-established organizations in the conservative movement with more than 230,000 graduates across the world. You will become part of a friendly team based in Arlington, VA, just a short metro ride from Washington, D.C. 

Staff enjoy benefits such as generous IRA pension contributions, comprehensive health insurance, staff training, and more.   

Qualifications

First and foremost, the ideal candidate will be a smart and ambitious team player with a commitment to LI’s mission.

A bachelor’s degree is preferable with previous experience in either communications or media.

How to apply

Complete the Public Policy Questionnaire: LeadershipInstitute.org/PPQ

Email a one-page resume and personalized cover letter in PDF format to Ben Woodward: bwoodward@leadershipinstitute.org.

You should also include your salary expectations in the cover letter.

Your application will receive a response regardless of the outcome. Please email Ben with any questions.


Job Posted

Grassroots Adminstrative Assistant

Conservative non-profit seeks a highly motivated individual to assist the grassroots department with administrative duties. The employee would be responsible for making assisting with research, curriculum building, and data entry. Prior campaign or grassroots experience a definite plus. Prior experience with conservative organizations also a plus. The position has room for advancement.


Job Posted

School Board Training Manager

The Leadership Institute is seeking a highly organized individual to manage the Institute’s new school board training program. 


The ideal candidate will not only develop curriculum and supplemental materials, but will schedule, recruit for, and coordinate trainings online and in-person throughout the country, as well as serve as the lead spokesperson for the project.


Duties include the following. Other duties may be assigned:


·        Report regularly the progress of the initiative to the Vice President of Programs and the President of the Leadership Institute

·        Manage a multi-year marketing campaign to persuade principled conservatives to engage with local school boards and run as candidates

·        Create and maintain active relationships with top leaders of prominent non-profit and advocacy organizations throughout the country to build lasting coalitions and partnerships for school board campaign trainings


·        Schedule and organize training seminars

·        Recruit students and faculty

·        Continual updating of training curriculum and materials

·        Serve as the spokesperson for the program at trainings, meetings, and conferences as needed



·        Administer and coordinate the schools in person and online

·        Work with different departments, divisions, and faculty to expand the course and program offerings

·        Develop short- and long-term plans for learning initiatives

 

·        Translate strategic vision into tactical goals and establish quantitative and qualitative benchmarks of success

·        Work closely with the external affairs division to develop institutional marketing plans and support for in-person and online programs

·        Write op-eds and work with media when needed

·        Encourage conservatives to run for school board

The ideal candidate will be:

·        highly organized

·        detail-oriented

·        able to thrive in a fast-paced environment

 

·        motivated by a challenge

·        ready to activate current network and build upon it on day one

·        very familiar with school boards and municipal elections

Qualifications:

·        Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent to

·        5-10 years of related experience

·        Additional consideration given to candidates having served on a school board

·        Public speaking, training, and teaching experience appreciated 

 

To apply: Complete the Public Policy Questionnaire LeadershipInstitute.org/PPQ and send resume and cover letter to David Fenner dfenner@leadershipinstitute.org


Job Posted

Digital Training Coordinator

The Leadership Institute is hiring a Digital Training Coordinator to work in its digital training division. The digital training division provides the best online, on-demand, and in-person training for conservatives across the world.

The right candidate thrives in a fast-paced, highly collaborative environment, enjoys independent research and learning new skills, and is committed to provide high-quality training to advance the conservative movement.

Duties: The Digital Training Coordinator will work collaboratively with the Director of Digital Training to complete the essential functions of the role, including:


  • Research and draft new training materials, including presentations, handouts, and/or workbooks, to complement trainings in digital creative, communications, and analytics. Teaching and speaking opportunities are available for qualified candidates.
  • Assist with the development of marketing materials for training, including persuasive copy for email and social media for the recruitment of attendees.
  • Manage administration for trainings, online and in-person, while proactively identifying opportunities for increased efficiency.
  • Complete day-of-event preparations, including classroom and catering set-up, welcoming students, and clean-up.
  • Identify and develop relationships with other conservative organizations and leading digital practitioners to promote Institute trainings.
  • Assist with additional division and Institute projects as needed.

Supervisory Responsibilities: Intern

Why work for Leadership Institute?

Leadership Institute is among the most respected and long-established organizations in the conservative movement with more than 230,000 graduates across the world. You will become part of a friendly team based in Arlington, VA, just a short metro ride from Washington, D.C.

Staff enjoys benefits such as generous IRA pension contributions, comprehensive health insurance, staff training, and more.

This position is located at Leadership Institute's headquarters in Arlington, VA, and is a flexible remote-work position during COVID-19. It is a full-time position; salary is commensurate with experience.

Qualifications

First and foremost, the ideal candidate will be a smart and ambitious team player with a commitment to LI’s mission.

A bachelor’s degree is preferable with previous experience in either non-profits, campaigns, and/or digital media.

How to apply

Complete the Public Policy Questionnaire at LeadershipInstitute.org/PPQ

Email a one-page resume and personalized cover letter in PDF format to Stephen Rowe: srowe@leadershipinstitute.org 

You should also include your salary expectations in the cover letter.

Your application will receive a response regardless of the outcome. Please email Stephen with any questions.


Job Posted