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Digital Organizer

Organizational Summary
The ‘me too.’ Movement was founded in 2006 to help survivors of sexual and gender-based
violence (SGBV) find pathways to healing. Our vision is to address both the dearth of resources
for survivors of SGBV and to build a community of advocates driven by survivors who will be at
the forefront of creating solutions to interrupt sexual violence in their communities.
Our vision is to address both the lack of readily-available resources for survivors of SGBV and to
build a community of advocates, driven by survivors, who will be at the forefront of creating
solutions to interrupt SGBV in their communities. Because of the viral #metoo hashtag, a vital
conversation about SGBV has been thrust into the national dialogue. What started as local
grassroots work has expanded to reach a global community of survivors from all walks of life and
helped to destigmatize the act of surviving by highlighting the breadth and impact of SGBV

Position Description
The Digital Organizer will assist with designing campaigns and managing brand awareness
through the activities and functions of ‘me too’s’ digital ecosystem, including its social media
channels and e-campaigns. The Digital Organizer will implement ‘me too.’s digital marketing
strategy through content moderation, posting, and assisting with content ideation for all digital
platforms. This role will also be a community manager to increase engagement across our social
media platforms. This role reports to the Digital Director.

The Digital Organizer is a key organizer and strategist on the communications team, supporting
the development of digital campaigns. This role will report to the Digital Director, and
thought-partner with them from ideation, strategy, and implementation of all organizational
campaigns. The Digital Organizer will support evaluation and assessment around how the
organization can continuously improve our impact. The Digital Organizer will understand the work
of advancing SGBV and narratives of this work through storytelling, campaigns, and rapid
response moments.

Key Responsibilities
● Manage, draft, and schedule day-to-day social-media content
● Oversee ‘me too.’s SMS program in coordination with our social media and email
● Create content for email campaigns
● Support digital events, including planning, preparation, and streaming on our platforms
● Work alongside the Digital Director to create digital content, campaigns, and other digital

● Increase and strengthen ‘me too.’s network,both within the organization’s core operations
and movement-building partnerships
● Monitors and responds to all incoming social media communications
● Develop an active online network of allies who are engaged in our campaigns while
striving to increase their number and influence
● Track broader online conversations on survivor and racial justice, and actively participate
in them to build ‘me too.’s visibility and credibility
● Assist with graphic design needs
● Stay current on digital technologies and social media best practices
● Assist with rapid response moments via ‘me too.’s digital platforms
● A deep and proven understanding of social justice, and experience creating content for
social justice work, particularly in Black and all communities of color
● Comfortable creating original content on the issue of SGBV, and an understanding of the
language and framing of the issue
● Demonstrated experience in social media management, digital organizing, community
management, and creating invigorating online content
● Experience repurposing content and driving narrative campaigns
● Familiarity with digital marketing and analytics tools such as Google Analytics and
Facebook Business Manager
● Good understanding of e-commerce and CMS platforms
● Familiarity with all major social media networks, including Linkedin, Facebook, Instagram,
Twitter, and YouTube
● Adaptable, versatile, and the ability to stay current on social sector trends and
advancements in storytelling technology
● Strong written and verbal communication skills
● Experience with graphic design software such as Adobe Creative Cloud
● Familiarity with Canva
● A high level of integrity and cultural competence, as sensitivity and specialization, is
● Strong organizational skills and ability to complete multiple projects and meet deadlines in
a fast-paced environment
● Ability to excel with ease and produce quickly and efficiently in a remote, decentralized
office environment
● A sense of humor and collaborative spirit

Hours and Salary
This is a full-time, remote position. Salary range is $70,000 to $75,000 per year, with a
values-centered benefits package, including 100% healthcare coverage, mental health
reimbursement, and unlimited PTO. Employee healthcare coverage is active after 60 days.

Application Procedure
Please complete this form with submission of a cover letter and resume. If you have any
questions, please email with “Digital Organizer” in the subject line.



‘me too.’ prioritizes being an equal opportunity employer. Racial, ethnic, religious minorities, as well as those
across gender and sexuality spectrums, and persons with disabilities, are encouraged to apply.