cStreet is a small - but mighty - agency that services organizations, political candidates, unions, higher ed institutions, and social movements in Canada and abroad. We help progressives campaign and win with smart strategy and technology. Our goal is to empower our clients with campaigns that engage their supporters, and drive meaningful change.
We’re looking for a talented and motivated Digital Associate to take strategy and turn it into action. As a capable hand on the digital campaign team, you will be implementing great websites and digital campaigns that generate IRL results for our clients. Reporting to the Digital Director, this position is based in Toronto, Canada.
We are committed to growing a diverse team. If you are passionate and engaged, please apply even if you don’t think you fit every requirement of this job ad.
As Digital Associate, you will…
Take strategies and digital plans, and turn them into real things that generate leads, engage audiences, and maximize conversions - like sign-ups, pledges, donations, attendees, volunteers and votes
Build lists for clients, set up email campaigns, using A/B testing, and track and report results
Execute social media and digital advertising campaigns
Work with our Development and Creative teams to build microsites, websites, and end-to-end digital campaigns
Become a super user of the latest campaign tech, including NationBuilder, Hustle, Care2, New/Mode, and CRMs like RaisersEdge, CiviCRM and Salsa
Write copy decks for web and email
Execute bulk and peer-to-peer SMS campaigns
Write documentation and provide training, so clients understand the tech we’re rolling out
Work with the full team to support clients during and after campaigns/projects, to help them succeed long-term
Progressive and want to change the world. You count yourself a member of the #resistance. You think legislation to control catastrophic climate change is a better idea than dangerous pipelines. You think First Nations people have a right to self-determination and nationhood. You love data-driven decision making.
We welcome and encourage individuals who identify as members of marginalized communities to apply including Indigenous Peoples, people of colour, women, people identifying as LGBTQI, members of ethnic minorities, immigrants, and people with disabilities.
Applications Due: October 26, 2017
Interviews (2 rounds): October 30 - November 9, 2017
Start Date: ASAP
We provide a flat-rated benefit package powered by League that can be used on a range of services from healthcare to self care. We also provide an annual professional development budget.
Job Status: This is a full-time contract starting immediately and ending June 30, 2018, with the possibility of renewal or permanent offer for the right team member.
Due to the high volume of applications being received, we can only respond to successful candidates.