All In For Washington

All In For Washington Campaign Director

All In For Washington seeks an ambitious, experienced leader who is committed to building power in communities of color to oversee a multi-tiered strategy for change, as our Campaign Director. This person will supervise the Lead Organizer, and report to the All In For Washington steering committee. This is a full-time, senior-level position based in Seattle, Washington with some statewide travel required.


About Our Work

Washington has the most upside-down tax code in the country, meaning working families and the middle class pay a far greater share of their income in taxes – as much as six times the rate the wealthiest pay. That means we don’t have the resources our communities need for great schools, mental healthcare, affordable college, ending homelessness and more. Everyone has a stake in making our tax code work for us.

All In For Washington (“All In”) is a campaign to build grassroots power in communities of color across Washington to lead organizing, communications and policy strategies to ultimately rebalance the state tax code so that everyone chips in their share and all of our communities have the resources we need to thrive ( We are led by a steering committee of ten organizations representing communities of color and low-income communities.

This is a senior level position. We are seeking someone experienced to drive forward a plan and vision for the campaign, authentically engage communities of color, and manage our organizing, policy, and communications strategies. Collaboration is key, and the Campaign Director will work with several partner organizations to execute the work. An office is provided at the Washington State Budget & Policy Center, a fiscal sponsor of All In For Washington.



Strategy and vision:

•   Planning, organizing, and directing strategies to advance the campaign, including coordinating field, communications and policy strategies, ensuring ongoing engagement from coalition partners.

•  Track progress of campaign, including changes in public opinion, engagement of leaders in various geographies, and advancements in policy changes.

Communications and coalition management:

•  Managing the campaign’s steering committee: helping shepherd decisions through campaign governance structure planning monthly meetings, facilitating and tracking strategic decisions, recruiting and retaining members.

•  Implementing earned and social media communications and outreach tactics associated with the campaign, including pitching stories, arranging meetings with editorial board staff, scheduling interviews, drafting op-eds, statements, speeches, press releases and other communications tools, and leading messaging trainings with key partners.


•  Represent the campaign at coalition tables.


•  Financial oversight and fundraising: writing and presenting fundraising proposals and reports, managing budget and administrative tasks.

•  Manage staff, fellows and partners to accomplish campaign goals.

•  Implementing the racial justice goals of the campaign that include a budget that drives resources toward capacity needs within communities of color and a campaign structure that is accountable to and led by people of color.  



  • Experience with multi-year strategic and issue-based campaigns;
  • Experience with anti-racist movement building across race/ethnicity, issue area, and geography
  • Long-term vision for communities of color to lead movement to advance progressive tax policies;
  • High level of leadership, judgment and ability to manage multi-faceted campaigns and sensitive political situations
  • Self-motivated, proactive and team-oriented
  • Experience communicating (verbally and in writing) with diverse audiences;
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and respond quickly to emergent issues;
  • Experience with staff and team management;
  • Experience with organizing and fundraising;
  • A minimum of five years’ experience in some combination of the above
  • Earned and/or social media experience preferred, but not required;
  • Bilingual ability desired, but not required. Desired languages include Spanish, Somali, Oromo, Amharic, Tagalog, and Vietnamese.


Salary and Benefits:

This is a full-time position with a salary range of $70,000 to $80,000, depending on qualifications. We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including health and dental insurance, retirement, flexible spending accounts and generous vacation, sick leave, and holiday schedules.

To apply:

Send a resume, cover letter, and three references to

This full-time position will start as soon as possible. Please send all questions regarding this position to No phone calls please.


We value a diverse team and an inclusive culture. People of color, women, immigrants, people with disabilities, LGBTQ people, and people with low-income backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.