Date Posted: July 29, 2022
Students for Life of America
Status: Paid - Full Time
The Field Team Operations Coordinator (FTOC) serves behind the scenes and together with their Regional Coordinators (RCs) to increase the level of pro-life involvement at a grassroots level across multiple states. There are three key duties: 1) to start new Students for Life groups, 2) to turn inactive groups into higher quality groups, and 3) to be willing and ready to serve as a substitute for RC duties if assistance is needed.
It is important that all members of Students for Life of America’s Field Team be dedicated and flexible with the national mission in mind: to abolishing abortion. FTOCs must be innovative, fast-moving, and gritty team-players, able to go above and beyond when needed.
Additional tasks, administrative work, travel, etc. may arise.
This position will be based out of Denver, CO, and cover states from the Midwest, down to the Rockies, and up through Washington and Alaska.
To apply, please email Lori Cascio, [email protected], with your cover letter and resume.
1) Start new Students for Life groups:
- Find interested students through local events, research, relationships, and other innovative means.
- Empower and mentoring new pro-life leaders in establishing groups.
- Research local target schools to find innovative ways to start groups.
- Build relationships and sharing resources with existing pro-life groups who are not yet within the Students for Life network.
2) Turn inactive groups into higher quality groups:
- Complete a monthly trip during the school year for 3-5 days each trip.
- Creatively improving the activity level and establishing relationships with Students for Life groups.
- Provide materials, advice, and more to groups and their leaders.
- Schedule trainings and tabling events for the RC and themselves.
- Strategically working with the RC in supporting regional health.
- Outreach and research virtually.
3) Be willing and ready to serve as a substitute for Regional Coordinator if assistance is needed. This may include, but is not limited to…
- Maintain communication with Students for Life groups.
- Conduct trainings and tabling outreach.
- Scheduling trainings, tabling, and other outreach opportunities.
- Mentoring and consulting pro-life group leaders.
- Auditing current Students for Life groups through research, calling, and other creative outreach.
- Substituting for the RC at a large event.
4) Continued functions that fit into all categories or are additional include:
- Complete assigned metrics.
- Table at large events like Christian music festivals and conferences.
- Enter data entry and regular use of a database system.
- Conduct quick email communication.
- Assist with administrative tasks.
- Collect community contacts to bring into the SFLA fold.
- Other duties as assigned.
Must be proficient in Microsoft Office products (Outlook, Word, Excel) and online search engines. Must be teachable to learn SFLA investor database. Candidates must be self- motivated, a good problem solver, have an entrepreneurial spirit, expert multi-tasker, maintain confidentiality, able to work independently, and be a highly organized person. Candidates must have knowledge of grammar rules and utilize the oxford comma.
This position has no supervisory responsibilities.
This job operates from home, with work trips occurring about monthly. The FTOC must live in the city strategically chosen by the Field Operations Team Manager.
There are no physical demands.
Position Type and Expected Hours of Work
This is a full-time salaried position working at least 45 hours per week. Days and hours of work are typically Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. Hours can be somewhat flexible by request.
There will be monthly travel required during the school year to visit schools, travel over the summer and school year for special events, travel to Washington D.C. for a week in January, and All Team Week in July.
Required Education and Experience
At least 1-2 years’ experience in pro-life working/volunteering.
Must be able to successfully complete an I-9. The I-9 is used for verifying the identity and employment authorization of individuals hired for employment in the United States.
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.