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North Carolina IE Director

National Domestic Workers Alliance

National Domestic Workers Alliance

North Carolina, USA
Posted on Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Employee Type: Temporary

Reports To: Deputy Executive Director of Program

Department: Programs

Entity: CiA

Hours per Week: 40

Salary: $92,700

Work Location: Remote, based in North Carolina; travel as needed

Start Date: Open until filled


The National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) is the leading national voice for dignity, respect, and recognition for domestic workers in the United States. NDWA was founded in 2007 by organizers and worker leaders in six cities representing nannies, house cleaners, and care workers, and now represents an alliance of more than 76 organizations across 22 states and 395,000 domestic workers nationally.

We envision a society where domestic work is valued as essential to our collective well-being, domestic workers are leaders in shaping the care sector, and domestic work jobs are good, economically secure jobs.

For over 15 years, we’ve worked to advance our mission by making domestic work visible. We’ve worked to pass policies that enable rights and higher wages for domestic workers across the country, changed public awareness and opinion about the dignity and value of care work, and built the capacity and leadership of domestic workers to organize and advocate for their rights.

We see the next era of our organization as an opportunity to move domestic work from newfound visibility towards transformation, and we’re ready to elevate care workers to the essential workers of the 21st-century economy.

We’re a multi-racial, multi-lingual organization building a powerful movement rooted in the human rights, dignity, and equality of domestic workers, care workers, immigrant women, and women of color.


  • Care in Action seeks a temporary North Carolina IE Director to take forward our strong statewide organizing, civic engagement and campaigning work for the cycle. The North Carolina IE Director is responsible for developing and overseeing the execution of the electoral independent expenditures programs. This includes conducting ongoing analysis of the electoral landscape and context to inform our state strategy; supervising the development and execution of canvassing programs; developing and executing powerful messaging strategies for Care in Action North Carolina to deliver on behalf of our endorsed candidates.. The ideal candidate will be highly motivated, able to juggle multiple projects, detail-oriented, committed to transparent data and analytics practices, and handle some administrative duties. Commitment to the mission is a must.


State organizing vision and strategy

  • Develop vision and plan to develop our organizing and movement work in the state, and collaborate on multiple organizing strategies to build local and state power.

  • Conduct ongoing landscape analysis to identify new opportunities and to inform strategies and specific initiatives.

  • Cultivate strategic alliances and relationships that advance the work.

  • Serve as a representative at appropriate meetings and tables, coordinating closely with our partners across the state.

  • Analyze public polling information to determine strategic messaging standards and platforms for programs in support of endorsed candidates (ie. mail, digital, radio, field).

Electoral programs

  • Supervise the execution of a scalable electoral organizing operation.

  • Supervise in-state electoral work among women of color who support the Care Agenda, including organizing events, holding visibility actions, recruiting volunteers, and hosting volunteer-led voter contact phone banks.

  • Oversee candidate endorsement process by identifying, vetting, and supporting prospective and endorsed candidates.

Organizing infrastructure

  • Supervise and support Care in Action Program Manager, including supporting the development of work plans, assessing performance and ensuring progress toward goals.

  • Ensure rigorous data collection, record-keeping, and ongoing program evaluation.

  • Manage the North Carolina independent expenditure budget.

  • Ensure that the state plans and work are aligned withCare in Action overall organizational vision and priorities.

  • Product Creation:

    • Lead and support the creation and development of written reports and products to tell the story of Arizona and support the coalition.

    • Lead the development of content for reports and presentations for a diverse audience of stakeholders.

    • Deliver presentations to stakeholders, sometimes on short timelines.

  • Other responsibilities as assigned.

  • Travel as needed


  • Minimum 3+ years organizing experience

  • Experience leading independent expenditure programs

  • Experience developing and leading organizing campaigns and implementing a range of organizing strategies and tactics

  • Deep knowledge of political organizing, including electoral voter contact work.

  • Familiarity with North Carolina political landscape, social justice and worker rights organizations.

  • Commitment to support Black organizing and civic engagement

  • Understanding of issues facing low-wage workers, immigrant and Black communities, and other communities of color

  • Alignment with NDWA’s vision and values, including a commitment to economic, race and gender justice.

  • Familiarity with the domestic worker sector and issues facing domestic workers and other low-wage workers.

  • Proven ability to learn quickly, work independently, meet multiple deadlines with a keen attention to detail.

  • Ability to work and collaborate with diverse staff in person and remotely and as part of a high-performing team, in a fast-paced, experimental organization.

  • Strong organizational skills, and creative problem solver

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google Suite preferred (include other platforms or technical skills as applicable).

  • Experience building broad-based coalitions

  • Experience with supervision

  • Excellent communication skills and organizational skills

  • Self-motivated proven ability to work independently

  • Dedication and ability to work flexible hours

  • Proficiency with computer operations and programs

  • Spanish proficiency is a plus.

How to Apply: Please apply directly to the job posting and send resume, cover letter, and writing sample. Applications will only be accepted electronically, and solicitations to individual staff are unlikely to be responded to.

We value a truly diverse workforce and a culture of inclusivity and belonging. People from historically disadvantaged communities, such as Women, People of Color, People with Disabilities, and LGBTQIA+ people, are strongly urged to apply. NDWA is a union employer; this position is a bargaining unit position.

NDWA participates in the E-Verify program and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.