Are you looking to join the caucus leadership? Check out a list of volunteer, leadership positions we are looking to fill and then complete an application below or by clicking here! After filling out the application, the caucus will contact you to set up a brief interview within 10 business days. Thank you for applying!
Executive Director - Oversees the day-to-day operation of the entire caucus. Coordinates the human, political, and financial capital necessary to accomplish the Caucus goals. Drafts plans of action and delegates action items for the caucus. Heads up the leadership team for the entire caucus organization. Reports directly to the LPCaucus Board of Directors.
Affiliate Division Director - Responsible for coordinating the activity of the state caucus coordinators and chairs, and provide them with the resources and guides they need to be effective. Reports directly to the Executive Director.
Regional Affiliate Director - Responsible for coordinating the activity of the state caucus coordinators and chairs for a specific LP-defined region. Provides them with guidance and tries to attend all state conventions in the region to help caucus state coordinators. Reports to the Affiliate Division Director.
State Coordinator - The point person for the caucus in that LP state affiliate. Is able to coordinate delegates to the LP national convention as well as work on creating an LPCaucus affiliate in that state. Reports to their Regional Affiliate Director.
Communications Division Director - Responsible for coordinating all of the communications for the caucus. Develops a plan of action for the communications division and works with their team to craft high-quality, engaging content for dissemination on all types of media: earned, social, and paid media. Reports directly to the Executive Director.
Social Media Director - Responsible for finding and posting high-quality, engagement-driven content to the LPCaucus' Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Reports to the Communications Division Director.
Public Relations Director - Responsible for answering media inquiries and taking interviews with national media. Washington DC resident preferred. Must have experience with on-camera interviews. Must be able to quickly draft Press Releases and Media Advisories. Reports to the Communications Division Director.
Editor-in-Chief - Responsible for creating written content for the LPCaucus social media and website including high-quality copy as well as blogs, podcasts, or other forms of media for the caucus. Oversees a team of contributors and selects content reflective of the caucus and its goals for publication. Reports to the Communications Division Director.
Art Director - Responsible for coordinating and curating the caucus' graphics and video content. Produces high-quality, high-resolution content for the website, social media, and print media. Reports to the Communications Division Director.
Customer-Relations-Management/Database Director - Responsible for creating and maintaining the LPCaucus CRM and databases. Can produce call sheets and other reports based on the CRM. Reports to the IT Director.
Audio/Visual Director - Responsible for running the AV systems for all national LPCaucus events as well as researching and managing the A/V communication technologies for the LPCaucus. Reports to the IT Director.
LNC Coordination Director - Responsible for recruiting candidates for the Libertarian National Committee and maintaining relationships with current members of the LNC. Reports to the Political Division Director.
Administrative Division Director - Responsible for overseeing institutional knowledge, organizational health and development, as well as legal compliance for the caucus. Oversees the legal and accounting areas for the caucus. Reports directly to the Executive Director.
Development Director - Responsible for maintaining donor relationships, thanking them for their generosity. Prospects for new donors and works on finding innovative ways to raise funds for the caucus. Reports to the Administrative Division Director.
Finance Director - Responsible for keeping an accounting of the money. Pays all bills for the caucus and works with the Treasurer to ensure compliance with the FEC/IRS. Reports to the Administrative Division Director.
Training Director - Responsible for creating walk-throughs and other useful guides for the caucus volunteers and interested candidates for public office. Finds and recommends training by outside organizations on a variety of topics and encourages members to attend these. Reports to the Administrative Division Director.
Field Division Director - Responsible for overseeing volunteers for the LPCaucus. Creates the human aspect to being involved in the caucus - boots on the ground, events, and outreach. Reports directly to the Executive Director.
Volunteer Director - Responsible for recruiting and training volunteers for the LPCaucus. Creates guides and other useful walkthroughs so volunteers know what to do. Reports to the Field Division Director.
Event Director - Responsible primarily for coordinating the bylaws-required caucus meeting every two years. Oversees other events hosted by the caucus by ensuring that the organizational and invitational aspects of the event, including the venue, are accomplished. Reports to the Field Division Director.
Membership Director - Responsible for engaging with members to create a caucus that knows how to say "welcome." Calls, emails, and/or meets with any new members or sign-ups and finds out what they are looking for from the caucus. Redirects the new member to the appropriate person if interested in volunteering, or donating, or starting an affiliate. Is also responsible for maintaining member relationships.
Outreach Director - Responsible for coordinating external events the caucus should table or speak at. Most importantly is outreach at the Libertarian National Convention every two years as well as LP state conventions wherever possible. Connects with other liberty minded organizations to table for the caucus and create relationships with other members of the Liberty Movement.