American Bankers Association Director, Voter Education Fund in Washington, District Of Columbia
Director, Voter Education Fund
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ABA is currently seeking a Director of Voter Education Fund to serve as part of the core staff within the Political Engagement Division and execute the vision of the Vice President and Chief Political Strategist as it relates to our independent political
activities. The incumbent will develop strategies to ensure the continued growth of the Voter Education Fund. The Director will be responsible for independently managing the day-to-day operations of the program. The ideal candidate must be highly motivated
and have experience leading fundraising and/or political campaigns.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Overseeing and managing all day-to-day activities of the Voter Education Fund, including donations and expenditures
In partnership with the Vice President, developing long and short-term fundraising strategies to achieve organizational goals
Leading the creation and development of campaigns, solicitations, promotional and educational materials
Working with counsel, the accounting team and external vendors to ensure full compliance with all legal requirements, particularly those of the Federal Election Commission and the Lobbying Disclosure
Performing election and candidate research and coordinating polling; making recommendations to the VP and Chief Political Strategist
Executing political campaigns and advertising in partnership with VP
Overseeing logistics for 10-15 member CEO-level advisory council
Working across departments to achieve program, departmental and organizational goals
Independently managing all aspects of projects and working closely with outside vendors
Performing other duties as necessary to achieve departmental goals
Bachelor’s degree and five or more years of relevant campaign or political experience
Ability to prioritize and manage multiple issues, projects, tasks and information/requests
Ability to adapt quickly to changing political environment
Campaign and/or trade association experience
Experience managing vendor relationships
Detail-oriented with strong written and verbal communication skills
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office
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