Field Office Director

Fund for the Public Interest

About the organization

As a Field Office Director, you will run your own canvass office and work on campaigns with groups like Environment America and U.S. PIRG. You’ll recruit supporters, raise money and mobilize thousands of people to take action. Being a director requires that you work independently, exercise good judgment and work hard to meet the office’s staffing, campaign, and fieldwork goals. You’ll build the people power it takes to create positive change. You could work on issues like tackling climate change, stopping throw-away plastics from polluting our oceans, powering more of our cities and states with clean energy like wind and solar power, and more. We are hiring for immediate positions as well as positions beginning February 2021. At this time due to the pandemic, we are engaging the public and advancing these campaigns through virtual methods.


You should apply to work with us if you want to:

Canvass and Raise Money

-Directors canvass three to four times a week
-Train new staff in the field
-Raise money
-Identify and activate members
-Educate the public on the issues

Run the Office

-Oversee administrative functions related to campaign goals, staff management, fundraising and membership development, and general office management
-Ensure that funds raised and member information collected gets to the partner organizations
-Complete your staff’s payroll accurately and in a timely fashion

Recruit, Train and Manage Staff

-Recruit, hire and manage a campaign staff of 10 to 40 canvassers
-Train staff on effective canvassing and campaigning techniques
-Run staff meetings and skills trainings
-Evaluate staff performance and give ongoing feedback
Identify strong staff, teach them leadership skills and promote from within

Meet the Goals for Your Campaign

Reach or exceed your office’s fundraising and membership goals. Most offices have goals of educating 100,000 people, gathering 35,000 political actions, raising $250,000 and identifying 5,000 members each year.


We are looking for college graduates who have leadership experience and excellent communication skills, and who are willing to work hard to make lasting, positive change on important issues.



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