Serve as owner of scheduling and administrative support for Political Director to maximize time management and ensure strategic priorities are consistently met in a complex campaign environment, including, but not limited to:
- Providing support in the form of background research, briefing memos, event management, reports for appearances and meetings
- Providing administrative support to Political Director, including expense reports, reimbursements and making travel arrangements; and
- Responding to requests and inquiries from the public for both the Political Director and NDWA’s civic engagement work.
Act as a strategic advisor to the Political Director, when appropriate. Digest incoming information to extract key points, compile and analyze data, and communicate tradeoffs to assist with decision-making and prioritization.
Serve as day to day project manager on behalf of the Political Director for strategic initiatives, including state advocacy campaigns, civic engagement programs, and movement building work, including, but not limited to:
- Track initiatives, monitor progress towards meeting goals and achieving benchmarks, ensure follow-through on the part of key persons, and sustain momentum needed to drive initiatives to completion
- Ensure strategic communications and commitments are met, including scheduling and confirming internal and external meetings, cataloguing incoming emails, and tracking progress of certain conversations and projects.
Oversee analysis and dissemination of the Political Director’s key resources and lessons (speeches, decks, articles) to internal and external contacts as needed;