All Out is hiring a
NOTE: This is an 8-month temporary and paid (USD $1,000/month) position applicable only for residents of Brazil.
Who we are:
All Out is a global movement for LGBT+ rights. Our mission is to build a world where no person will have to sacrifice their family or freedom, safety or dignity, because of who they are or who they love.
By mobilizing thousands of people around the world at key moments of crisis and opportunity, we are bringing people power to the movement for equality at an unprecedented rate. We use creative campaigning tactics – both online and offline – to capture global attention around the fight for the rights of LGBT+ people.
Who we are hiring:
We're hiring a Campaigns Fellow to support our campaigning and mobilization efforts in Latin America, specifically in Brazil.
This is an opportunity to develop skills and experience in using the internet to mobilize people power and push for LGBT+ rights, including building a network of partnerships with LGBT+ activists and organizations.
The ideal candidate for this role should be excited about developing and delivering big ideas and acting boldly. They should be innovative and self-sufficient.
The Fellow reports to our Brazil-based Campaigns Manager, and will be based in Brazil.
Note that you should have a working computer with audio / video conferencing capabilities, a reliable internet connection, and all the necessary permits and authorizations to work in the country you’re based in. As a US non-profit, All Out will not be able to request or sponsor a work permit on your behalf.
This is a temporary 8-month contracted position. The salary is USD $1,000 per month. The time commitment is 20h/week, with some fixed meetings.
We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate on the basis of race, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, or any other. We strongly encourage applications from trans people and gender nonconforming people.
Work with the Campaigns Manager to support the delivery of online mobilization campaigns for LGBT+ rights (including petitions and crowdfunders, among others), with a focus on Brazil.
Support efforts to engage and grow All Out's community of partners and supporters across the continent and to achieve real-world positive impact for LGBT+ communities in Brazil.
Accompany members of the All Out community and other LGBT+ organizations in Brazil, in developing and delivering their own mobilization and fundraising campaigns delivered through All Out’s distributed campaigning/fundraising platform.
Establish and manage relationships with LGBT+ organizations across the continent.
Use digital tools to develop, deliver and monitor the performance of mobilization campaigns, emails and social media content.
Design and implement strategies to ensure our mobilization campaigns have a real-world impact.
Help prepare and support activist trainings.
Work collaboratively with campaigners, fellows, and volunteers, helping them think creatively and execute on ambitious campaigning goals.
Essential skills and experience:
At least 2 years of professional experience, ideally in communications, advocacy or digital marketing, or an equivalent amount of volunteer experience with LGBT+ organizations or other social justice groups.
Knowledge of the political landscape in Brazil and Latin America, with a solid understanding of issues impacting LGBT+ rights across the region;
Excellent and fluent written and oral Portuguese communication skills, with the ability to produce engaging content;
Working knowledge of written and oral in English language (B1+);
Demonstrated ability to build and manage partnerships;
Meticulous attention to detail, while working in a fast-paced environment;
Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously and efficiently;
A collaborative, flexible and open-minded working style;
Cultural sensitivity and the ability to work effectively with an international team;
A commitment to strengthening the voice of LGBT+ people as a path toward progressive change.
The ideal candidate will also have some of the following skills:
Strong knowledge and/or experience about trans rights in Brazil;
Strong knowledge and/or experience about indigenous LGBT+ people;
Experience in online mobilization and campaigning;
An understanding of and existing relationships within the LGBT+ movement in Latin America;
Knowledge about intersectionality and its relevance for LGBT+ activism in Latin America;
Working knowledge of Spanish – it's a plus, but not a requirement;
Experience working remotely.
In order to apply for this position, click the button 'Apply for this position' below and fill out the form. You should also submit your résumé and a cover letter explaining your motivation for joining All Out. Both documents should be written in English, submitted in PDF format. Each document should be no longer than 2 pages of A4.
Please include your phone number in the application form. If you pass the first screening phase, you should expect an email from an All Out staff member on March 09, 2023.
The deadline to apply for this position is 27 February 2023, 23h59 (Brasília time).
Applications received after this date will not be reviewed.