March 28, 2017

Job Opportunities

ADLCC is hiring Campaign Managers, Field Directors, and Finance Assistants throughout the 2020 cycle. If you are interested in applying, please send your resume and a list of references to Savannah Drake at 

District Managers:

The planners. District Managers (DMs) take everything off of the candidate(s)’s plate in order to streamline their days/weeks/lives. DMs interact with other campaigns, consultants, volunteer organizations, and other stakeholders to synthesize information, determine priorities for the candidates and staff, and ensure everything stays on track. Communication is key in this role, and creating systems to keep those who need to know in the know is a must.

Field Managers:

The motivators. Field Managers oversee Field Organizers, ensure field goals such as calls and door knocks are met, and recruit, train, and manage volunteers in a manner that invests them for the long run, not just through election day. A heavy emphasis will be placed on training, so being willing to teach and coach staff and volunteers is critical to success.

Finance Assistants:

The investigators. FAs seek out and research the background of potential donors. FAs “staff call time”, in which they keep candidates on track during fundraising calls and provide the information of each donor to the candidate so that the candidate knows what may motivate this person to invest in their campaign. FAs also assist with fundraising events as needed.

For questions or more information, please contact Savannah Drake at



The ADLCC is a project of the Arizona Democratic Party, (ADP). The ADP is committed to diversity among its staff and recognizes that its continued success requires the highest commitment to obtaining and retaining a diverse staff.  ADP is an equal opportunity employer, and it is ADP’s policy to recruit, hire, train, promote and administer any and all personnel actions without regard to sex, race, age, color, creed, pregnancy, national origin, religion, sexual orientation/identity/expression, ethnic identity or physical disability, marital or military service status including membership in the National Guard, or any other legally protected status. Protected status may also include an individual’s marriage to or association with someone with any status listed above.