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Our open positions are listed below. Please read each description in full, including application directions, before applying. Thank you!

Film Campaign Manager (Full-time)
Women, Peace & Security (WPS) Advisor, Women, War & Peace II (Temporary, Part-time)

Entity:​ Peace is Loud
Title​: Film Campaign Manager
Location​: New York, NY
FLSA Status: ​Full-time, Exempt
Reports to:​ Director of Film Campaigns

About Peace is Loud
Peace is Loud (www.peaceisloud.org) is a non-profit organization providing a creative approach to conflict prevention, gender equality and peacebuilding through documentary film campaigns, speaking events and women’s political empowerment. We’re a small, hardworking, hands-on team that draws our success from strong communication skills, teamwork, and a passion for Peace is Loud’s mission. Our work highlights the voices of women who are building peace and resisting violence in their communities around the world.

About the Position
The Film Campaign Manager is a full-time position based at our office in NYC. Peace is Loud currently oversees impact campaigns for films including The Hunting Ground, and the four-part series Women, War & Peace II, with multiple campaigns in the pipeline for award-winning docs that focus on women’s rights, peace and security.

You are an ideal candidate if you:

  • Appreciate the spirit and mission of Peace is Loud;
  • are enthusiastic about using film to drive conversation, action, and impact;
  • are passionate about social justice, women’s rights, and human rights;
  • have a strong background in partnership development and events management;
  • really like talking with people and actively listening (especially on the phone);
  • enjoy both strategic thinking and execution;
  • are a self-starter, with good judgment, unafraid to take initiative and ownership;
  • are aware of cultural trends, and a bit of a news junkie;
  • have an interest in and understand the potential of online organizing;
  • are extremely organized and process-oriented (read: love spreadsheets and organizing information);
  • thrive working on small teams, in a fast-paced, changing environment;
  • have a strong moral compass;
  • think this job sounds really fun.

*Bonus* points if you:

  • have experience in community organizing and/or digital advocacy;
  • previously used the first Women, War & Peace series in your own work;
  • are comfortable using CRMs.

Essential responsibilities of the role include:

  • Manage day-to-day impact campaign work for films including The Hunting Ground and the upcoming Women, War & Peace II series.
  • Develop impact strategies for film-based engagement campaigns in collaboration with filmmakers, partner organizations, and Peace is Loud staff.
  • Develop and manage partnerships with individuals and organizations to engage them in the film content, concepts, and available tools.
  • Manage operations for national and/or international screening initiatives that bring diverse communities together to learn, discuss, and take action on key issues presented in the films.
  • Collaborate with Peace is Loud staff to produce accompanying educational materials, including discussion guides and lesson plans.
  • Provide day-to-day supervision of outreach coordinator and interns.
  • Work with Peace is Loud’s Communications Manager to develop social media strategy, screening event materials, and web content for film and media projects.
  • Contribute to impact reports and provide campaign metrics as requested.
  • Identify opportunities for Peace is Loud’s involvement in new film and media-based projects, including documentary and narrative films, podcasts, and multi-platform storytelling that feature women human rights defenders and peacebuilders.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Has a minimum of five years relevant professional experience.
  • Is passionate about social justice, women’s rights, and human rights.
  • Possesses excellent spoken and written communication skills, can successfully tailor communications to a wide variety of audiences/stakeholders, and has the ability to connect with people from a variety of backgrounds and life experiences.
  • Demonstrates problem-solving skills, initiative, and strategic thinking; results-oriented.
  • Has a positive attitude, integrity, commitment to social justice, humor, the energy for challenges, and is self-motivated.
  • Is able to handle sensitive information discreetly and maintain confidentiality.
  • Has strong computer skills, including facility with Microsoft Office Suite, Google Docs.

Job Perks

  • Medical / Dental / Vision insurance
  • 401K
  • Commuter benefits
  • Flexible Spending Program
  • Generous vacation time & personal days
  • On-site office yoga
  • Summer Fridays
  • Lots of snacks
  • Dog-friendly

Your application should be sent as a single PDF document that includes:

  • A one-page, thoughtful cover letter that shares why you are interested in the position, and what you would bring to the role
  • A résumé or CV
  • Minimum salary requirements

Your PDF should be submitted to: jobs@peaceisloud.org​, subject line, “Film Campaign Manager.” Only complete applications sent as a single PDF will be reviewed.

Applications will be accepted through Friday, February 9, 2018, or until our ideal candidate is identified.
While we sincerely appreciate all applications, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.

By recognizing, nurturing and embodying the values of dignity, collaboration, commitment and integrity, we aim to uphold and work towards a culture of peace, love and justice, both within our workplace as well as through our work extending to the outside world.

It is the policy of Peace is Loud to ensure equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran.

Entity:​ Peace is Loud
Title: Women, Peace & Security (WPS) Advisor, Women, War & Peace II
Duration: Temporary (PT), approximately 6 months

Location: Flexible
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Reports to: Director of Film Campaigns

About Peace is Loud
Peace is Loud (www.peaceisloud.org) is a non-profit organization providing a creative approach to conflict prevention, gender equality and peacebuilding through documentary film campaigns, speaking events and women’s political empowerment. We’re a small, hardworking, hands-on team that draws our success from strong communication skills, teamwork, and a passion for Peace is Loud’s mission. Our work highlights the voices of women who are building peace and resisting violence in their communities around the world.

About the position
The WPS Advisor is responsible for overseeing key components of the impact campaign for the forthcoming documentary broadcast series Women, War & Peace II, a partnership with PBS. This series is a follow-up to the acclaimed first series Women, War & Peace, seen by nearly 13 million television viewers in the U.S., and used as an advocacy tool by partner organizations in 87 countries on all seven continents.

You are an ideal candidate if you:

  • are well-versed in the Women, Peace & Security field, with a familiarity of partner organizations and major players;
  • appreciate the spirit and mission of Peace is Loud;
  • are enthusiastic about using film to drive conversation, action, and impact;
  • have a strong background in partnership development, events management, and educational resource development;
  • enjoy both strategic thinking and execution;
  • are a self-starter, with good judgment, unafraid to take initiative and ownership;
  • are extremely organized and process-oriented (read: love spreadsheets and organizing information);

*Bonus* points if you:

  • have a passion for film;
  • previously used the first Women, War & Peace series in your own work;
  • are comfortable using CRMs.

The essential responsibility of the role is to manage multiple initiatives that use the first and second Women, War & Peace series to strategically advance work in the Women, Peace & Security field. These initiatives include:

  • A targeted, graduate-level screenings program building on work done at a WPS curriculum consortium held at Naval War College in This includes the creation of a specialized toolkit for students and administrators aiming to incorporate WPS and gender analysis into their international affairs coursework, and may also involve helping to coordinate a second consortium this spring.
  • Screenings outreach to women peacebuilders and WPS policy-makers and This includes the oversight of materials development for these different partners, including a specialized guide for women getting to the peace table.
  • A pilot legislative screenings campaign that leverages the recent passage of the WPS Act. This includes the production of a “WPS 101” film reel that incorporates scenes as “case studies” from the first and second film
  • The creation of additional screening materials, including a discussion guide to facilitate conversations at film screenings, and a high school lesson plan for use in Northern Ireland, drawing directly from the Women, War & Peace II

To apply, please send your résumé and a thoughtful cover letter to jobs@peaceisloud.org, with the subject line: “WPS Advisor.” Only complete applications will be reviewed.

Applications will be accepted through January 26, 2018, or until our ideal candidate is identified. While we sincerely appreciate all applications, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.

By recognizing, nurturing and embodying the values of dignity, collaboration, commitment and integrity, we aim to uphold and work towards a culture of peace, love and justice, both within our workplace as well as through our work extending to the outside world.

It is the policy of Peace is Loud to ensure equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran.

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