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Volunteer
Columbus, OH, Remote
Posted 2 years ago

Job description

What if you could go to your place of employment every day with a renewed sense of purpose and direction, confident in the knowledge that the work you do contributes to the greater good? When you work with us on the Political Team, this could be your life. Grow to understand our candidates and hold a vital role in planning events and coordinating other activities to encourage candidate prospects and help us move toward our mission to defend the freedom and increase the liberty of all Ohioans by recruiting Libertarian candidates for public office, educating the public about our principles, growing the membership and winning elections.. Work on a close-knit, enthusiastic team under the direction of a visionary political director to meet and exceed our goals. Stretch and improve your communication and leadership skills and organizational capabilities in this pivotal role.

Job Responsibilities

  • Recruit candidates for office and regularly meet or surpass our contact targets
  • Research potential candidates to gain insight into needs, beliefs and past races to understand how to position them in the best race
  • Assist in brainstorming and creating new methods to recruit candidates for our organization
  • Leverage technology and social media where possible to improve candidate recruiting activities
  • Assist in planning and coordinating candidate recruiting and training events and coordinate actives of volunteers and interns related to event planning and execution
  • Create training materials, like pamphlets and presentations, to be used for training events
  • Analyze the performance of events and other recruiting activities for effectiveness and to identify areas of improvement
  • Maintain complete and orderly records of candidates and potential candidates and manage regular communications using an existing CRM
  • Supervise the 5 Assistant Deputies in charge of the 5 regions of Ohio for candidate recruiting
  • Collaborate with County Affiliates and CDG's to build partnerships and enhance candidate training and recruiting activities

Job Skills & Qualifications

Required:

  • Exemplary communication abilities and outgoing, yet poised personality
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Excellent organizational abilities and attention to detail
  • At least one year of political experience
  • Quick thinker and ability to make decisions under pressure

Preferred:

  • Bachelor’s degree in communication, public relations, political science or related/applicable area
  • Minimum two years of political experience, in addition to managerial experience
  • Has previously run for office or managed a campaign

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Political

Job description What if you could go to your place of employment every day with a renewed sense of purpose and direction, confident in the knowledge that the work you do contributes to the greater goo...

Posted 2 years ago
The Central Committee consists of two (2) members from each Congressional District. Four (4) of the members are elected as the Central Committee officers (Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary and Treasurer).  The Central Committee is similar to a corporation’s board of directors and elects the Executive Committee (Officers in the corporate world) who are responsible for day to day operations of the Party.

This job listing is for those who wish to apply to fill a vacancy in the Central Committee.  Visit our Controlling Committees page to see what seats are currently available.  

Requirements

  • All Committee members must be Supporting Members of the Party as defined in Article II Section 1 of the LPO Constitution.
  • All Committee members shall be a resident and qualified elector of the district from which they are elected.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Attend all meetings of the Central Committee (Typically three a year)
  • Participate in between meeting business on-line as defined in our SOP's
  • Attend the LPO State Convention when held in even number years.
  • Represent the Libertarians of your district to the LPO

The Central Committee consists of two (2) members from each Congressional District. Four (4) of the members are elected as the Central Committee officers (Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary and Treasur...

Volunteer
Columbus, OH, Remote
Posted 3 years ago

The IT Director is focused on the acquisition, development, maintenance, and integration of technology infrastructure. This includes the functionality of the website(s), database(s), phone system(s), any Party-owned technology deployed in the field, and any other technology needed for Party operations. The IT Director will also create and manage an IT budget, and review and change the division’s organizational structure and/or members as needed, in order to meet Party goals.

Required Qualifications:

  • Contributing member of the National LP
  • Member of the State LP
  • Bachelor’s degree or the equivalent industry experience (6+ years) in IT systems, Computer Science, or an equivalent field
  • Excellent communication, writing, & organization skills
  • Team builder and team player
  • Assertive & persistent
  • Reliable hard-wire Internet access
  • Smartphone with unlimited data access
  • Personal laptop and reliable mobile internet access
  • Attend weekly or bi-weekly Director conference calls (weekday evenings or weekends)
  • Attend periodic Executive Committee meetings (typically in Columbus on Saturdays)

Additional Qualifications:

  • Experience with the currently in-use technology solutions of the Party
  • Operational experience with IT in highly regulated (HIPAA/HITECH, PCI-DSS, DoD, ITAR, etc.) environments
  • Database, email server, website design, development, and management experience
  • Previous experience with building an IT organization
  • Budgeting experience

This is a volunteer position with the Libertarian Party of Ohio.

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Information Technology

The IT Director is focused on the acquisition, development, maintenance, and integration of technology infrastructure. This includes the functionality of the website(s), database(s), phone system(s), ...

Volunteer
Columbus, OH, Remote
Posted 3 years ago

Job description

What if you could go to your place of employment every day with a renewed sense of purpose and direction, confident in the knowledge that the work you do contributes to the greater good? When you work with us on the Managing Officers Team, this could be your life. Grow to understand our State Party and County Affiliates and hold a vital role in planning events and coordinating other activities to encourage Affiliates in your region and help us move toward our mission to defend the freedom and increase the liberty of all Ohioans by recruiting Libertarian candidates for public office, educating the public about our principles, growing the membership and winning elections.. Work on a close-knit, enthusiastic team under the direction of a visionary Deputy Vice-Chair to meet and exceed our goals. Stretch and improve your communication and leadership skills and organizational capabilities in this pivotal role.

Job Responsibilities

  • Coordinate activities between the State Party and County Affiliates in your region
  • Assist the Deputy Vice-Chair in building new affiliates in your region
  • Assist in brainstorming and creating new methods to grow affiliates in our organization
  • Leverage technology and social media where possible to improve local growth
  • Assist in planning and coordinating regional events and coordinate actives of volunteers and interns related to event planning and execution
  • Create training materials, like pamphlets and presentations, to be used for training events
  • Analyze the performance of events and other recruiting activities for effectiveness and to identify areas of improvement
  • Maintain complete and orderly records of Affiliate Counties and future Affiliates and manage regular communications using an existing CRM
  • Work with Directors and Deputies to meet fundraising, candidate recruitment, and communications goals.
  • Collaborate with County Affiliates and CDG's to build partnerships and enhance candidate training and recruiting activities

Job Skills and Qualifications

Required
  • Exemplary communication abilities and outgoing, yet poised personality
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Excellent organizational abilities and attention to detail
  • At least one year of political experience
  • Quick thinker and ability to make decisions under pressure
Prefered
  • Bachelor’s degree in communication, public relations, political science or related/applicable area
  • Minimum two years of political experience, in addition to managerial experience
  • Has previously worked with a State or County Political Party

Job Features

Job Category

Managing Officers

Job description What if you could go to your place of employment every day with a renewed sense of purpose and direction, confident in the knowledge that the work you do contributes to the greater goo...

Volunteer
Columbus, OH, Remote
Posted 3 years ago

Job description

What if you could go to your place of employment every day with a renewed sense of purpose and direction, confident in the knowledge that the work you do contributes to the greater good? When you work with us on the Managing Officers Team, this could be your life. Grow to understand our State Party and County Affiliates and hold a vital role in planning events and coordinating other activities to encourage Affiliates in your region and help us move toward our mission to defend the freedom and increase the liberty of all Ohioans by recruiting Libertarian candidates for public office, educating the public about our principles, growing the membership and winning elections.. Work on a close-knit, enthusiastic team under the direction of a visionary Deputy Vice-Chair to meet and exceed our goals. Stretch and improve your communication and leadership skills and organizational capabilities in this pivotal role.

Job Responsibilities

  • Coordinate activities between the State Party and County Affiliates in your region
  • Assist the Deputy Vice-Chair in building new affiliates in your region
  • Assist in brainstorming and creating new methods to grow affiliates in our organization
  • Leverage technology and social media where possible to improve local growth
  • Assist in planning and coordinating regional events and coordinate actives of volunteers and interns related to event planning and execution
  • Create training materials, like pamphlets and presentations, to be used for training events
  • Analyze the performance of events and other recruiting activities for effectiveness and to identify areas of improvement
  • Maintain complete and orderly records of Affiliate Counties and future Affiliates and manage regular communications using an existing CRM
  • Work with Directors and Deputies to meet fundraising, candidate recruitment, and communications goals.
  • Collaborate with County Affiliates and CDG's to build partnerships and enhance candidate training and recruiting activities

Job Skills and Qualifications

Required
  • Exemplary communication abilities and outgoing, yet poised personality
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Excellent organizational abilities and attention to detail
  • At least one year of political experience
  • Quick thinker and ability to make decisions under pressure
Prefered
  • Bachelor’s degree in communication, public relations, political science or related/applicable area
  • Minimum two years of political experience, in addition to managerial experience
  • Has previously worked with a State or County Political Party

Job Features

Job Category

Managing Officers

Job description What if you could go to your place of employment every day with a renewed sense of purpose and direction, confident in the knowledge that the work you do contributes to the greater goo...

Volunteer
Columbus, OH, Remote
Posted 3 years ago

Job description

What if you could go to your place of employment every day with a renewed sense of purpose and direction, confident in the knowledge that the work you do contributes to the greater good? When you work with us on the Managing Officers Team, this could be your life. Grow to understand our State Party and County Affiliates and hold a vital role in planning events and coordinating other activities to encourage Affiliates in your region and help us move toward our mission to defend the freedom and increase the liberty of all Ohioans by recruiting Libertarian candidates for public office, educating the public about our principles, growing the membership and winning elections.. Work on a close-knit, enthusiastic team under the direction of a visionary Deputy Vice-Chair to meet and exceed our goals. Stretch and improve your communication and leadership skills and organizational capabilities in this pivotal role.

Job Responsibilities

  • Coordinate activities between the State Party and County Affiliates in your region
  • Assist the Deputy Vice-Chair in building new affiliates in your region
  • Assist in brainstorming and creating new methods to grow affiliates in our organization
  • Leverage technology and social media where possible to improve local growth
  • Assist in planning and coordinating regional events and coordinate actives of volunteers and interns related to event planning and execution
  • Create training materials, like pamphlets and presentations, to be used for training events
  • Analyze the performance of events and other recruiting activities for effectiveness and to identify areas of improvement
  • Maintain complete and orderly records of Affiliate Counties and future Affiliates and manage regular communications using an existing CRM
  • Work with Directors and Deputies to meet fundraising, candidate recruitment, and communications goals.
  • Collaborate with County Affiliates and CDG's to build partnerships and enhance candidate training and recruiting activities

Job Skills and Qualifications

Required
  • Exemplary communication abilities and outgoing, yet poised personality
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Excellent organizational abilities and attention to detail
  • At least one year of political experience
  • Quick thinker and ability to make decisions under pressure
Prefered
  • Bachelor’s degree in communication, public relations, political science or related/applicable area
  • Minimum two years of political experience, in addition to managerial experience
  • Has previously worked with a State or County Political Party

Job Features

Job Category

Managing Officers

Job description What if you could go to your place of employment every day with a renewed sense of purpose and direction, confident in the knowledge that the work you do contributes to the greater goo...

Volunteer
Columbus, OH, Remote
Posted 3 years ago

Job description

What if you could go to your place of employment every day with a renewed sense of purpose and direction, confident in the knowledge that the work you do contributes to the greater good? When you work with us on the Managing Officers Team, this could be your life. Grow to understand our State Party and County Affiliates and hold a vital role in planning events and coordinating other activities to encourage Affiliates in your region and help us move toward our mission to defend the freedom and increase the liberty of all Ohioans by recruiting Libertarian candidates for public office, educating the public about our principles, growing the membership and winning elections.. Work on a close-knit, enthusiastic team under the direction of a visionary Deputy Vice-Chair to meet and exceed our goals. Stretch and improve your communication and leadership skills and organizational capabilities in this pivotal role.

Job Responsibilities

  • Coordinate activities between the State Party and County Affiliates in your region
  • Assist the Deputy Vice-Chair in building new affiliates in your region
  • Assist in brainstorming and creating new methods to grow affiliates in our organization
  • Leverage technology and social media where possible to improve local growth
  • Assist in planning and coordinating regional events and coordinate actives of volunteers and interns related to event planning and execution
  • Create training materials, like pamphlets and presentations, to be used for training events
  • Analyze the performance of events and other recruiting activities for effectiveness and to identify areas of improvement
  • Maintain complete and orderly records of Affiliate Counties and future Affiliates and manage regular communications using an existing CRM
  • Work with Directors and Deputies to meet fundraising, candidate recruitment, and communications goals.
  • Collaborate with County Affiliates and CDG's to build partnerships and enhance candidate training and recruiting activities

Job Skills and Qualifications

Required
  • Exemplary communication abilities and outgoing, yet poised personality
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Excellent organizational abilities and attention to detail
  • At least one year of political experience
  • Quick thinker and ability to make decisions under pressure
Prefered
  • Bachelor’s degree in communication, public relations, political science or related/applicable area
  • Minimum two years of political experience, in addition to managerial experience
  • Has previously worked with a State or County Political Party

Job Features

Job Category

Managing Officers

Job description What if you could go to your place of employment every day with a renewed sense of purpose and direction, confident in the knowledge that the work you do contributes to the greater goo...

Internship
Posted 3 years ago

The Libertarian Party of Ohio is offering a very exciting opportunity for talented and dedicated individuals interested in gaining experience in the fast-paced world of politics. The Party is seeking to fill internship roles at its headquarters in Columbus. This is an outstanding opportunity to get hands-on experience working in the office of a state political party and contribute to the success of all of our Libertarian candidates.

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Communications, Finance, Information Technology, Political

The Libertarian Party of Ohio is offering a very exciting opportunity for talented and dedicated individuals interested in gaining experience in the fast-paced world of politics. The Party is seeking ...

Volunteer
Columbus, OH, Remote
Posted 4 years ago

Job description

What if you could go to your place of employment every day with a renewed sense of purpose and direction, confident in the knowledge that the work you do contributes to the greater good? When you work with us on the Political Team, this could be your life. Grow to understand our candidates and hold a vital role in planning events and coordinating other activities to encourage candidate prospects and help us move toward our mission to defend the freedom and increase the liberty of all Ohioans by recruiting Libertarian candidates for public office, educating the public about our principles, growing the membership and winning elections.. Work on a close-knit, enthusiastic team under the direction of a visionary political director to meet and exceed our goals. Stretch and improve your communication and leadership skills and organizational capabilities in this pivotal role.

Job Responsibilities

  • Recruit candidates for office and regularly meet or surpass our contact targets
  • Research potential candidates to gain insight into needs, beliefs and past races to understand how to position them in the best race
  • Assist in brainstorming and creating new methods to recruit candidates for our organization
  • Leverage technology and social media where possible to improve candidate recruiting activities
  • Assist in planning and coordinating candidate recruiting and training events and coordinate actives of volunteers and interns related to event planning and execution
  • Create training materials, like pamphlets and presentations, to be used for training events
  • Analyze the performance of events and other recruiting activities for effectiveness and to identify areas of improvement
  • Maintain complete and orderly records of candidates and potential candidates and manage regular communications using an existing CRM
  • Supervise the 5 Assistant Deputies in charge of the 5 regions of Ohio for candidate recruiting
  • Collaborate with County Affiliates and CDG's to build partnerships and enhance candidate training and recruiting activities

Job Skills & Qualifications

Required:

  • Exemplary communication abilities and outgoing, yet poised personality
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Excellent organizational abilities and attention to detail
  • At least one year of political experience
  • Quick thinker and ability to make decisions under pressure

Preferred:

  • Bachelor’s degree in communication, public relations, political science or related/applicable area
  • Minimum two years of political experience, in addition to managerial experience
  • Has previously run for office or managed a campaign

Job Features

Job Category

Political

Job description What if you could go to your place of employment every day with a renewed sense of purpose and direction, confident in the knowledge that the work you do contributes to the greater goo...