Jim Johnson Gubernatorial Campaign Intern

Position infomation
Organization: 
Jim Johnson for Governor Political Campaign
City: 
Newark
Job Type: 
Part Time
State: 
NJ New Jersey
Job Description: 

2017 Jim Johnson Political Campaign Internship

Job Description: Interns will assist campaign staff in the daily operations of Jim Johnson’s 2017 gubernatorial race.

Duties include: Interns will help with policy research, volunteer management, fundraising, administrative staff support, and traveling with congressional staff within the campaign jurisdictions. School and work schedules are acceptable but must be flexible to work a minimum of 20 hours per a week. Interns will be an integral part of the campaign and will have the opportunity for growth and advancement. Different projects include fundraising, press/communication, field community relations and research.

Qualifications: Qualified candidates must have the following skills:

  • An interest in politics, congressional races and a desire to have the chance to make a truly positive impact in their communities and throughout New Jersey
  • Ability and willingness to work under close deadlines in a fast-paced working environment
  • Must have excellent writing and computer skills, organizational, and customer services skills
  • Candidates are to have patience and ability to work within a diverse group of individuals
  •  Strong teamwork and writing skills ARE A MUST!
  •  Ensure discretion and common sense when dealing with sensitive or timely information

Open to: Full-Time & Part-Time Undergraduates & Graduates of all disciplines without regard to their race, gender, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic prohibited by state or local law.

Salary: Unpaid, academic credit available

Location: 9 Warren Street, Newark, NJ 07102

Interested?  Please send a resume and cover letter to AJ Sibley, Campaign Organizer at aj@jimjohnson4governor.com

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