Organizing Associate

Who We Are

TIME’S UP emerged from an international moment of reckoning when women, up and down the wage scale and across industries, came together and decided to turn their pain into action. We don’t just want to hold employers accountable when sexual harassment happens — we are also committed to building a world where workplaces are safe, fair, and dignified for all women, across our complex and multi-faceted identities. We are led and guided by a diverse and committed board of directors and community of leaders working to achieve our mission by:

  • Preventing sexual harassment, abuse, retaliation, and other forms of discrimination before it starts and protecting workers when it happens;
  • Removing barriers so that women have a fair shot at success and security;
  • Pioneering solutions that create more safe and equitable work conditions; and
  • Challenging racist and sexist norms, policies, and practices that deepen existing inequities.

The ambitions of TIME’S UP are realized by TIME’S UP Now, an independent, nonpartisan, and not-for-profit 501(c)(4) charitable organization, and the TIME’S UP Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.

To apply, please send a ​resume​ and ​a cover letter that details your relevant experience​ to ​[email protected] by November 30, 2020. Thank you!

Role Summary

TIME’S UP is hiring a full-time Organizing Associate, primarily to support our Industry Change team. This position is ideal for strong relationship builders, communicators, and project managers with previous campaigning, coalition, and/or organizing experience, and a demonstrated commitment to gender and racial equity. The right candidate gets results in a fast-paced environment and keeps competing priorities moving forward. The Organizing Associate is charged with assisting the Chief Operating Officer with multiple community-based priorities, such as working with industry leads and stakeholders to develop short and long-term strategies to further gender and racial equity in the workplace; launching these strategies into powerful campaigns and initiatives that work to make a change in women’s daily lives. This position reports directly to the Chief Operating Officer and will work closely with team members throughout the organization.


Community Building

  • Act as a link between TIME’S UP and women workers and stakeholders in target industries;
  • Identify potential partners within target industries, and build/manage relationships that serve our shared goals;
  • Assist with gathering information from industry leaders and stakeholders through focus groups, surveys, interviews, etc. and use that information to shape how we drive change within each industry;
  • Assist with planning convenings, webinars, and in-person gatherings for women workers across industries; and
  • Foster community space for women across industries to gather.

Program Delivery 

  • Work with industry leaders, partners, workers, and others to shape campaigns and initiatives leveraging all of TIME’S UP’s tools, assets, influencers, and influence;
  • Work with the Heads of Industry and the TIME’S UP Impact Lab to help identify and develop innovative public policies and model legislation that focuses on sexual harassment, unequal pay, and unequal caregiving;
  • Organize awareness campaigns and advocacy efforts that strengthen survivors’ rights and change existing laws in the industry;
  • Synthesize complex information (around policy, corporate best practices, etc.) and communicate it clearly and accurately to colleagues inside and outside of TIME’S UP;
  • Liaison between Industry Change and Communications and Digital teams to support the development and execution of content to achieve organizational goals;
  • Create strategic opportunities for industry communities to take action, including partnering on advocacy campaigns at the local, state, and federal levels; and
  • Support the Heads of Industry in tracking key developments in target industries and make concrete recommendations for how TIME’S UP should respond to them.

Minimum Requirements

  • Two-three years of relevant work experience; grasstops and/or coalition organizing experience preferred, and digital organizing experience a plus
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills, including meeting facilitation skills
  • Top-notch organizational skills; you keep the ball rolling on multiple projects at once and can juggle tasks, big and small while making sure nothing falls through the cracks
  • Deadline-driven but flexible; you respond brilliantly to the needs of a rapidly-evolving organization and work as a team player in a fast, high-stakes environment
  • Manage effectively up, down, and across to motivate a diverse set of colleagues, stakeholders, and teammates who do not directly report to you
  • Outstanding judgment and interpersonal skills
  • Highly-detail oriented
  • Ability to assist with planning and managing projects from start to finish
  • Strong analytical skills and a quick study; you absorb complex concepts quickly and can communicate them clearly to many different audiences

Additional Information

  • Based in Washington, D.C. or New York, NY
  • Some travel may be required
  • The salary range of $55,000-$65,000 will be considered for a successful candidate that meets the organization’s requirements
  • This is a non-exempt position

Where We Work

  • Women-inspired workplace
  • Great team with new mission and energy
  • Generous benefits package
  • Unlimited paid time off
  • Work from home options

TIME’S UP is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.