The People’s Parity Project (PPP) is hiring a National Organizing Manager. We’re looking for a bold, creative, and experienced organizer to build power and mobilize law students and lawyers across the country to unrig the law. This is an exciting opportunity to grow and shape a fast-growing movement aimed at unrigging the legal system and building a justice system that works for people.

About the Organization

The People’s Parity Project was founded in 2018 on the belief that a movement of law students and attorneys, organizing to democratize the legal system, empower working people, and challenge corporate influence, has the power to move us towards a world where workers have power, vulnerable communities need not fight for dignity and respect, and the levers of law and government seek to increase the well-being of all. Learn more:

About the Position

The core of PPP is our organizers: law students and lawyers who volunteer their time and energy to unf*ck the law. The Organizing Manager will support these organizers at every stage of their involvement with PPP: recruiting them to become members of the organization, supporting organizing campaigns and chapter development, providing training and learning opportunities for organizers at all stages of their work with PPP, and building a community that supports members in using their legal degrees to build a just and equitable world. A successful Organizing Manager will support and develop PPP organizers to do meaningful and impactful work that unrigs the legal system and puts power back in the hands of working people.

This is a one-year term position, with the possibility of renewal. It is a remote position: candidates can apply and work from anywhere in the U.S. Some travel—approximately once a month—will be expected. The Organizing Manager is a full-time position with flexible hours (work on some nights and weekends is required) and reports to the Organizing & Network Director. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled.


The Organizing Manager portfolio includes:

  • Supporting existing chapters to engage in meaningful organizing work aimed at achieving our vision for a justice-producing legal system. This includes:
    • Working with PPP organizers, staff, board, and partners to identify campaign opportunities, develop and refine campaign strategies, build or join coalitions, and otherwise provide support for organizer-led campaigns.
    • Providing meaningful learning and community-building opportunities for organizers, both virtually and in-person; supporting organizers in their personal and professional development.
    • Conducting regular one-on-ones with lead organizers at all PPP chapters.
  • Identifying and managing rapid response organizing opportunities related to core PPP priorities.
  • Supporting the development and implementation of a strategy for expanding PPP’s base of organizers through the development of new law student and lawyers chapters.
  • Supporting the administrative and logistical aspects of managing a national network of organizers. This may include managing the details of in-person and virtual national gatherings, compiling regular reports on the PPP network, etc.
  • Tracking the work of PPP organizers and using data to meaningfully assess PPP’s impact.
  • Supporting internal and external communications related to PPP network & organizing efforts, which may include newsletters, social media posts, talking points, and more.

Required Qualifications

To be considered, a candidate must have:

  • Experience developing multiple campaigns and leading deep, impactful, power-building organizing work.
  • Ability to think creatively and strategically to leverage the power of organizing to fundamentally reshape the American legal system.
  • Ability to work in a self-directed manner, solving problems and navigating obstacles as they arise, while also taking initiative to seek support when needed.
  • Ability to clearly communicate, both verbally and in writing, in a way that moves people to take action. The ideal candidate will be comfortable with both external or public-facing communication, and internal and 1:1 communication.
  • Desire to work in a small, scrappy environment.

Desired Qualifications

The ideal candidate will possess many of the following qualifications and personal attributes:

  • Deep knowledge of the legal system and the role that the legal profession currently plays in upholding systems of corporate power and worker oppression (e.g., an individual with deep organizing experience in the labor world who has worked closely with lawyers through that role).
  • Willingness to learn about the unique quirks of organizing within the legal profession.
  • Critical and creative thinking to challenge systems of oppression and the people and institutions that uphold them.
  • Commitment to challenging oppression in all forms, and to building internal structures that elevate historically marginalized groups and individuals.

We strongly encourage people with the following identities to apply: Black and Indigenous people; people of color; LGBTQIA+, women and non-binary people; people living with disabilities; and others with lived experience being part of marginalized communities.

Benefits and Perks

  • Salary range: $65,000–$75,000 based on experience.
  • 100% company-paid individual medical, dental, & vision insurance coverage.
  • Home office and mobile data plan stipend.
  • 401(k) company match (after six months of employment).
  • Three weeks paid time off and 10+ paid organizational holidays.
  • Ability to work remotely and flexible hours.

To Apply

Send resume, cover letter, and three references to Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled.