Rocky Mountain Gun Owners
Reporting To: Executive Director
- Assist the Executive Director in all his functions.
- Develop and craft compelling messages – via all platforms -- to mobilize grassroots supporters.
- Draft copy for email, mail, or any other appropriate medium for internal and external applications. A strong desire to create the best copy possible is vital.
- Deploy communications via email, mail, phones, online, and any other appropriate mediums.
- Five Column Analysis
- Voting records
- Committee actions
- Current gun laws
- Update research
- Opposition research
- Election results
- Run the candidate survey program each election year in the state of Colorado.
- Organize events
- Political Leadership Schools
- Press conferences
- Member Events
- Develop/Update a gun shop program, and visit gun shops across the state.
- Gun Shows
- Attend various meetings across Colorado, including GOP, Tea Party, Activists, and other political gatherings.
- Convey all of the above in regular reports to RMGO leadership.
- Report on existing legislation
- Understand and explain legislation
- Work at Capitol in Denver 1-3 days a week during the session.
- Assist the Executive Director in lobbying
- Make recommendations on calling the political plays, which involves determining what the options are on any given issue/piece of legislation, what officials to target for grassroots pressure, and where and how to target them to achieve the desired outcome.
- Accomplish any additional projects or tasks assigned by management regarding the operation of RMGO.
Note: These duties may change rapidly. Candidate should be flexible, willing to learn/adapt and be a self-starter.
Bachelor’s degree is preferred but not required.
To apply please send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com