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ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Play a key role in the digital strategy for a 1.5 million-strong movement to defend and expand American democracy by sending timely action alerts and maintaining the growth, health, and engagement of Common Cause’s national digital program.


  • Set and meet ambitious growth goals for Common Cause’s email list by driving the organization’s organic growth program by leading joint coalition actions among other channels.
  • Maintain email list health through proper segmentation, cultivation, and other retention strategies.
  • Keep Common Cause members engaged in our work by planning, drafting, getting approval for, proofing, and sending national email alerts and text messages.
  • Identify and pursue promising digital campaigns and tactics for Common Cause based on data-driven experimentation and “testing down the list.”
  • Coordinate with program, communications, and digital/campaigns staff to craft and advance impactful digital campaigns.
  • Ensure our digital communications are in Common Cause’s voice, accurate and sourced, use an equity lens, and follow messaging best practices.
  • Train staff on how to use digital advocacy tools (Action Network, Mobile Commons, New/Mode, etc.) and digital strategy.
  • Track, categorize, and respond to member inquiries that come in through our causenet@commoncause.org inbox in a timely fashion.


  • Strong writing skills, including the ability to distill complex concepts for a general audience, communicate urgency in key campaign moments, and empower readers to be a part of our nationwide movement to defend democracy.
  • Strategic and quantitative decision-making skills, including an ability to track data and metrics from our program and use them to inform its direction.
  • Attention to detail, keeping to a high standard of quality and polish for public-facing work products and internal communications.
  • Familiarity with democracy reform and voting rights issues, and a commitment to winning political change through collective action.
  • Willingness to collaborate with internal stakeholders across multiple departments to draft and get approvals for fundraising appeals.
  • Able to rapidly respond to breaking news, occasionally on weekends or after typical work hours.
  • Strong organizational skills and a demonstrated ability to meet deadlines, manage competing priorities, and work independently as part of a team.
  • Comfort using digital tools or willingness to learn, particularly Action Network, Google Suite, and Microsoft Office.
  • Commitment to advancing racial equity and nonpartisanship through our democracy agenda.
  • Must maintain a high level of professionalism, honesty, and reliability.


  • 1-3 years of experience in political, campaign, or nonprofit fundraising, advocacy, digital campaigning, or similar fields.

EQUITY & INCLUSION: All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. Common Cause is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion throughout the organization and believes strongly in the increased effectiveness that comes from a diverse workforce.

SALARY RANGE: $60,000 – $70,000; plus, a generous benefits package

TO APPLY: Please submit Resume and Cover Letter to Common Cause’s Senior Director of Human Resources at hr@commoncause.org and include Senior Digital Campaigner in the subject line. No phone calls please. Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Covid-19 vaccines are required, except where prohibited by law. Reasonable accommodations will be provided when required by law.

ABOUT COMMON CAUSE: Founded with 4,000 core members in 1970 to serve as a people’s lobby, Common Cause has grown into a nationwide network of more than 1 million members and supporters, with a presence in 30 states and Washington, D.C.

We know the ultimate power in a democracy is the people. To be truly of, by, and for the people, government must reflect everyone it serves. We’re all better off when people from all walks of life participate in self-governance. Every American wants and deserves a voice in shaping the future for our families and communities. We believe democracy is how a free society resolves its differences. And to do that well, we must all agree the process is fair, produces equitable outcomes, and reflects our communities, our values, and our priorities. Nobody wins all the time, but if the process is fair, at least we can trust it.

We side with only the people. Working together, we are building a democracy that works for all of us. Every aspect of our elections and representative self-government must be fair, open, accessible, and set-up so we all have faith in the integrity of election outcomes and the people we elect to serve us.

We are solutions oriented. Our network of democracy experts, working at the state and local level across the country, are winning pragmatic, common sense solutions and building a national movement that will make sure our generation secures and strengthens democracy for the next. We work to ensure that every vote counts, that every eligible voter has an equal say, that our elections represent the will of the people, and that our government is of, by, and for the people.

Common Cause is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applicants of any race, creed, color, religion, ethnicity, national origin, income class, political affiliation, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, veteran status, or marital status, as well as applicants who have been previously incarcerated.

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