Digital Membership Manager

Human Rights Campaign

About the organization


Position Responsibilities:

Work closely with the campaigns and membership teams to implement digital political, advocacy, and fundraising strategies.

Play an important role in the organization’s electoral efforts including membership recruitment, fundraising, event registration tools, GOTV and volunteer recruitment efforts via email, SMS, digital advertising and other innovative strategies.

Ensure the successful execution of all national and local email launches including all related registration pages and collateral in Engaging Networks and through project management tools like Basecamp. From start-to-finish, lead the process of building and launching outgoing online communications (email, text, social media, relational/peer-to-peer app, etc.) and development of related online elements (RSVP forms, action pages, patch-thru call-in programs, etc.) including proper approvals.

Track ongoing metrics and provide regular reports and analysis on campaign performance.
Analyze data to gauge successful outcomes and implement improved strategies.

Dynamically utilize testing and data to pitch improved strategies to HRC leadership in various departments.
Act as project owner to design, implement, test and launch fundraising, advocacy and electoral campaign special priority projects for senior leadership and the campaigns team.
Maintain detailed knowledge of both HRC’s program work and development operations—actively participating in all relevant meetings.


Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent experience) with three to five years of online engagement, fundraising or political experience including campaign development and execution.
Must have technical and analytical experience associated with a membership database and/or eCRM.
Experience in Engaging Networks and other digital organizing tools like Mobilize America is a plus.
Experience with data management and analysis.
Solid editing and proofreading skills.
Demonstrated ability to work well under pressure and tight deadlines while handling multiple assignments.
Strong desire to achieve program and professional growth.
Strong interpersonal and communications skills a must. Must be comfortable with managing, updating and analyzing data.
Must be a creative problem solver with the ability to think outside the box to solve problems.
Able to respond rapidly to changing priorities.
Research skills and ability to identify the latest trends
Ability to be collaborative and to work on many different objectives with many stakeholders
Flexibility with work schedule; this position requires occasional evening and weekend work.
Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and Access. Experience with HTML, HTML editors, and PowerPoint preferred and Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive).
Strong interest in and knowledge of the rapidly changing LGBTQ equality movement.

Application instructions

Please apply with your resume and cover letter.

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