Communications Associate

Remote
What you can expect:
  • Colleagues who are as committed to moving the needle as they are to creating a fun and collaborative team environment with partners and clients from all over the advocacy landscape. 

  • Room to be creative, entrepreneurial and innovative.

  • Opportunity to evolve and redefine your role as the job and organization changes. 

  • A little team that packs a big punch on the hottest issues of the day.

In this role you'll be expected to:
  • Build relationships with state and national reporters who will come to view you as a resource. 

  • Monitor news coverage to identify timely hooks and/or rapid response opportunities for our clients that either add to the story or put it in proper context.

  • Develop media lists and other materials such as pitches, letters-to-the-editor, op-eds, and background memos. 

  • Leverage social media platforms for added attention and traction to our clients and their work.

  • Engage with partners and allies to develop creative and strategic ideas for maximizing exposure and impact of their materials. 

  • Conduct independent research and analysis for the purposes of developing compelling story angles and informing broader campaign strategies.

  • Help keep our team organized -- tracking tasks across projects and keeping reporting materials up to date.

About you: 
  • 2-3 years prior experience in a communications role, ideally working for or on behalf of non-profit organizations or advocacy campaigns.

  • You want to prioritize your career around having the greatest positive impact on political and advocacy outcomes, more so than building your own public profile. 

  • Interested in the overlap between media, advocacy, and politics, with insight on the influences shaping climate change policy and/or anti-democracy initiatives. We are in the weeds on the details with our clients. 

  • Experience building media lists, pitching reporters, writing opinion pieces, and/or news articles, using social media platforms on behalf of others.

  • Fluency in juggling multiple projects, issues areas and tasks at the same time.

Additional info:

The estimated range we are considering for this position is between $55,000-$65,000 commensurate with experience. We offer health insurance, which includes vision and dental care. We also provide life insurance and disability coverage, as well as paid parental, sick and vacation leave. 

 

If interested, please submit a cover letter, writing sample and resume by October 1 via our Google Form which you can find here. In your cover letter, please address why you are interested in orienting your career around advocacy and public policy, and how you are looking to grow in your next role. Please direct questions to jobs@littlething.co. We will be in touch by no later than October 15 on the status of your application.

Little Thing provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment. We value a diversity of backgrounds and experiences and are committed to creating an inclusive workplace. We strongly encourage people who identify as women, people of color, gender non-conforming, LGBTQIA+ and people with disabilities to apply.