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Campaign Project Manager – Independent Contractor

Summary of Position

The Campaign Project Manager is responsible for coordinating and implementing outreach campaigns in support of organizational goals, with a heavy reliance on digital platforms and data. Initial project activities will focus on the “Northwest in Transition” proposal, but will also address and respond to other opportunities and needs.

Job Title: Campaign Project Manager
Supervisor: External Relations Director
Benefits: N/A
Classification: 6 month contract, ~$24,000 DOE
Location: Boise, ID
Start date: As soon as possible

Key Responsibilities:
The Project Manager will play a lead role in determining and evaluating metrics of success, and building ICL capacity for grassroots mobilization to achieve strategic goals. This project’s goal is to increase and drive public actions designed to build support for the Northwest in Transition proposal, and to see elements of the proposal advance with co-sponsorship and endorsements from key decision-makers.

Duties/Objectives:

  • Responsible for gathering data from existing databases, and implementing and identifying new tools/platforms to initiate calls, peer-to-peer texts, email engagement, and other efforts to identify leaders and action takers across the state.
  • Oversee a Project Assistant, who will recruit and manage a Mobilization Team.
  • Regularly assess and evaluate project effectiveness, including tools, platforms, systems, and outcomes.
  • Refine contact list generation and provide direction on tools, systems, and techniques for outreach.
  • Manage lead-generation through social media marketing efforts to determine appropriate course of action for follow-up, in close coordination with Marketing Manager.
  • In partnership with the ICL team, ensure all systems are sharing information and integration is functioning, including Salesforce, Phone2Action, Hustle, and Facebook so response teamwork is completed and recorded.
  • Serve as a primary point of contact for all data-sharing collaborations for joint actions with partners and allied organizations.
  • Track and report leads to measure the success of call, text, email, and volunteer outreach campaigns

Desired Qualifications: 

The idea applicant should be familiar with advocacy campaigns, list segmentation, CRM database reporting, and platforms for grassroots organizing. Adept at project and team coordination, able to work independently as needed to meet campaign deadlines and goals, and serve as a key member of a team.

Application Process:
Send a cover letter, resume and 3 references to ICLjobs@idahoconservation.org with “Project Manager” in the subject line. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

The Idaho Conservation League’s programs and employment are open to all. ICL does not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, race, national origin, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, or ability in any of its policies or programs. Learn more at www.idahoconservation.org.

ABOUT ICL:
Founded in 1973, the Idaho Conservation League has grown into Idaho’s oldest and largest state-based, non-profit natural resource conservation organization. We are a membership organization with members and supporters in every county in Idaho; a Board of Directors with statewide geographic representation; and three offices–Boise, Ketchum and Sandpoint–employing 26 staff. ICL’s mission is to create a conservation community and pragmatic, enduring solutions that protect and restore the air you breathe, the water you drink, and the land and wildlife you love. Our vision is an Idaho where public lands remain public and are well managed, air is clean, lakes and rivers are healthy, fish and wildlife thrive, and a prosperous, sustainable future exists for all Idahoans. ICL is committed to doing conservation work in an equitable and just way. Clean water, clean air, public lands, and abundant fish and wildlife should be accessible to everyone. ICL is committed to a long-term goal of broadening our work to better serve the diversity of people our work connects to, particularly those populations with traditionally underrepresented voices or marginalized communities.

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