Executive Director. Oversees all programmatic and fundraising activities of the state party, manages other directors and assists them as needed in setting and achieving their goals, and set priorities and deploys his or her energies based on the current needs of the party.
The primary responsibilities duties of the Executive Director will be to develop, direct and conduct fundraising, and manage implementation of the LPNC 2020 Strategic Plan.
Candidates should have experience with:
- Administration of nonprofit organizations or issue advocacy groups
- Political campaigns
- Customer relationship management software, ideally NationBuilder
- Familiarity with libertarian principles and the LPNC would be a significant plus.
The Executive Director serves at the pleasure of the LPNC Executive Committee and reports directly to the LPNC Chair.
Send resumes to [email protected].
Executive Committee member:
The roles and responsibilities of Executive Committee positions are described in the LPNC Bylaws. Please email the LPNC Chair or any Executive Committee members if you are interested in serving out the remainder of the term. This Executive Committee's term lasts through the 2023 LPNC Convention.
The Libertarian Party of North Carolina Executive Committee is composed of the party officers -- Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, and Treasurer -- and nine at large members elected or appointed in accordance with the bylaws. The Executive Committee conducts party business during and between annual party conventions. Minimal requirements are attendance at EC meetings (currently biweekly conference calls with occasional in-person meetings), voting on issues of importance to the Party, and active engagement in the Executive Committee discussion (conducted online via the Slack group messaging app). Other duties and opportunities for activity via these roles abound.
Spanish language skills: We need people to help prepare outreach materials for Spanish speakers, not only to translate, but to write about issues of concern to Hispanics.
Contact the LPNC chair if you want a more detailed job description for any of these positions. And if you have some area of expertise you’d like to work on, we’re also open to creating new director positions.