Electoral Campaigner: April 12, 2022 through June 7, 2022
The Warehouse Worker Resource Center (WWRC) is a 501 (c) 3 organization, dedicated to improving the lives and working conditions of warehouse workers in the Inland Empire region of Southern California.
We have a chance to continue shaping the future of our state through voter outreach, education and mobilization. Electoral Campaigners are responsible for outreaching to registered voters via phone banking and/or visiting registered voters through door-to-door canvassing.
WWRC is excited to hire hourly canvassers/phoners to begin on April 12, 2022 through June 7, 2022. The Electoral Campaigner position is expected to work the following dates and times, however these might change in accordance with our campaign and our communities’ needs.
Projected Days & Hours for Phone Banking and Canvassing
- April 12, 2022 – June 7, 2022
- Tuesday-Thursday, 4:00PM – 9:00PM
- Canvassing Some Weekends, 8:30am-1:00pm and/or 3:30pm – 8:00pm
Electoral Campaigners will go door-to-door engaging residents through face-to-face conversations or contacting residents via phone to engage residents to vote in the June 2022 election.
- Arrive to the phone banking/canvassing location on-time
- Stay current on changes in messaging
- Attend mandatory information training workshops
- Be willing to continually learn and be motivated to improve their canvassing skills
- Phone bank/canvass during the designated times
- Follow the script but also be able to make it their own and speak with passion creating urgency for residents to vote
- Document voter responses utilizing technology including an electronic tablet
- Meet the required number of contacts (phoning and/or canvassing)
- Be available for all of the agreed work dates and schedule
- Electoral Campaigners must have strong written, verbal communication and interpersonal communication skills.
- Electoral Campaigners must also remain organized and accurate when recording their canvassing activities or maintaining their canvassing materials.
- Electoral Campaigners must always maintain a positive, personable, outgoing and enthusiastic attitude. These individuals must be professional and self-directed and able to work well in a team.
- Electoral Campaigners may be required to do some traveling and should have basic map-reading skills when walking door to door.
- Electoral Campaigners must be willing to engage voters in a professional and respectful manner.
- Electoral Campaigners must be able to deescalate tense situations, noting that no one should engage in arguments or disputes with any contact or colleague.
- Environment: Electoral Campaigners must be prepared to work in all types of weather, which might include rain and wind, heat and sun. They also must be able to complete light physical activities such as standing or walking for extended periods of time and be able to carry up to 10 pounds.
Education & Background
Ideal candidates will have experience operating the basic functions of a computer, mouse and keyboard as well as be comfortable using a headset when phone banking. Candidates should be able to read from a script when engaging the community. A bilingual individual proficient in speaking and writing in Spanish and English is a plus. Individuals with previous phone banking and/or canvassing experience are strongly urged to apply. Preferable that applicants have a reliable form of transportation with proof of current registration and insurance and a valid drivers license.
To apply for this position submit your resume to Bennie Tinson, Campaign Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org for immediate consideration.