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After Buffalo, Media and Tech Can’t Look Away Any Longer

This tragedy should be a catalyst to a fundamental reckoning.
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Our team is a mix of committed organizers, campaigners, policy experts, digital communicators, administrators and fundraisers. We're committed to recruiting and retaining creative, ethical, smart and innovative people with a sense of humor. We center racial justice in our work and seek new team members who share our values and approaches.

We offer competitive salaries and excellent benefits, including medical, vision and dental insurance; retirement benefits; health reimbursement, dependent care and commuter-expense accounts; and up-to-date IT systems that allow for flexible work locations. We think that employees do better work if they have time to enjoy life with friends and families, so we offer a total of nine weeks of paid time off each year.

People of color, women, people with disabilities, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, transgender, gender-nonconforming and formerly incarcerated individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Digital Strategist

The digital strategist manages all aspects of our digital strategy and implements it across priority campaigns and digital platforms. This position works closely with the senior digital director to develop digital strategy for advocacy, fundraising and messaging campaigns. This includes using digital tools to creatively reach campaign goals and increase online engagement, growth metrics and long-term memberships. In collaboration with the senior digital director and consultants, they set and meet (or exceed) ambitious metrics around fundraising, growth and engagement to fuel successful digital campaigns. The digital strategist develops and implements winning strategies that support campaign wins and advances data-driven best practices throughout our digital program.

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Government Relations Manager

The government relations manager must have a knowledge of Capitol Hill and legislative processes — and an understanding that changing policy also requires getting outside the Beltway. The government relations manager will educate members of Congress and lawmakers at other government entities about Free Press’ most pressing issues. They will coordinate our legislative outreach and lobbying efforts, convene legislative briefings, and prepare and support Free Press staff when they testify before Congress. The government relations manager will work with our team’s campaign leads to coordinate D.C. activities with online activism, in-district meetings, constituent visits and other grassroots advocacy taking place outside Washington. This position will also coordinate with coalition allies and partners, as well as trade associations and company representatives working to advance policy positions that align with Free Press priorities.

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Policy Counsel

The policy counsel works to advance media-ownership diversity, broadcast regulation and media reparations — putting pressure on policymakers to enact and enforce media policy in the public interest. The policy counsel’s portfolio will primarily focus on media-ownership policy before Congress, the FCC and the federal courts. In addition they will focus on efforts to stop runaway media consolidation, an effort core to our mission. The policy counsel will track all related legislative, rulemaking and adjudicatory proceedings and seek to advance Free Press Action’s positions therein. The policy counsel will also help draft and advance our media-reparations policy platform, and hold the intersections of our media-reparations, media-ownership and journalism-policy portfolios. This position reports to the associate legal director and senior counsel.

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    Are you open to staff working remotely?

    A: We’re looking for the best people, no matter what part of the United States they live in. We have an office in Washington, D.C., and roughly two-thirds of our staff work remotely from other locations.

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