Texting Organizer

About The Company

Politics Rewired is a collective of software developers and organizers building technology and mobilizing voters for the progressive movement.

Hundreds of organizers - from local unions to presidential campaigns - rely on Rewired technology and expertise to build political power from the bottom up. Spoke Rewired, our peer-to-peer texting tool, is used by hundred of campaigns, unions, and movement organizations to send text messages to their supporters. Through Organizing Rewired, our expert organizers provide advisory services, build customized outreach strategies, and run full-service texting campaigns to help Rewired’s clients to do more thoughtful, more complex work. Assemble, a collaborative database product that will launch later this year, will allow organizers to share data, customize permissions, and build filters for stronger distributed organizing, outreach, and analytics.

Politics Rewired’s founders built the technology for Bernie 2020’s peer-to-peer texting program, which sent an unprecedented 260 million messages and helped redefine the possibilities for distributed organizing. Since then, we’ve grown to a team of 14, with members in New York, California, Massachusetts, and New Mexico. As a worker cooperative, we are democratically owned and managed, meaning decisions are made by consensus and profits are shared among members. We are at an exciting moment of internal growth, and we are looking to build out the team with people who are eager to help shape democratic business processes.

About the role

As a texting organizer, you’ll be part of a small team of fellow organizers who work closely with our developers and our clients. You will be analyzing campaign effectiveness, planning outreach strategies and timelines, and building texting campaigns for Spoke Rewired clients. You will also help manage and build systems to schedule and oversee a team of paid texters who sometimes add capacity to clients’ texting operations.

What you will do
What you will bring


  • Experience building, evaluating, and executing systems
  • At least 1 year (or cycle) as primary manager of volunteer/staff team
  • Strong interpersonal skills and attention to detail
  • Patience, adaptability and empathy (especially for teammates, organizers and volunteers)
  • An interest in Rewired/grassroots organizing/building the Left


  • Familiarity administering a texting tool (Spoke Rewired highly preferred)
  • Familiarity with or willingness to be trained on the use of technical tools and query languages, e.g. SQL
  • Comfort talking to clients and preparing and presenting analyses
  • Experience operating programs within the electoral or movement space in a remote environment

Note: if you think you have what it takes to do the job, please apply even if you don’t meet every bullet above! Underrepresented candidates tend to apply to jobs only when they fit all of the stated requirements — don’t take yourself out of the running!

Equal opportunity

Rewired is an equal opportunity employer. We believe that the most impactful work—and the best work environments—include and foster a range of diverse perspectives. We highly encourage applications from all backgrounds, and don’t discriminate on the basis of sex, gender, race, class background, or otherwise. Any applicant who requires an accommodation in order to apply for or perform the essential functions of the job should contact us at info@politicsrewired.com with the subject line “Application Accommodation” to request such an accommodation.


We are 100% remote and have members in states across the US and in India. We are very flexible on work hours and are happy to accommodate different schedules and needs.


Base rate of $70,000 per year with health, vision, and dental insurance. We cover 100% of premiums on a low-to-no deductible plan.

Additionally, all members are eligible for quarterly profit sharing.


As a worker cooperative, Rewired’s members are actively involved in management decisions, from the people we hire to the benefits we offer. In addition to their daily task work, members have the opportunity to join company-building committees focused on a range of topics. Current committees include the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee (DEI), the Fun Committee, and the Client & Partnership Committee, among others, but we encourage members to propose new committees as needed. In addition, we have a number of employee resource groups (ERGs) including a BIPOC ERG, an LGBTQ+ ERG, and a Non-binary, Trans, and Women ERG.

How to apply

To apply for this position, please submit a resume, a short cover letter, and the name, email, and contact info for two past work references here. References can be a previous boss or co-worker, or someone that you’ve worked with on an organizing or open-source project with.