Opportunities With Goldwater
Candidates selected for interviews with the Goldwater Institute will be contacted within four weeks of application. We will make every effort to contact all applicants, but because of the number of applications we receive, we cannot guarantee you will be contacted.
The Goldwater Institute is always seeking to add skilled professionals to its growing team. Successful candidates will be strongly committed to the Goldwater Institute’s mission and have demonstrable success in policy development, litigation, management, public relations, fundraising or another area of significant value. In your cover letter, please state clearly what position you would seek to create (or fill) and the value you would bring to the Goldwater Institute. Attach your one-page resume. Materials may be sent via e-mail to Roger Zetah at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. No phone calls please. For current job openings, see those listed below.
The Goldwater Institute is in search of a Media Manager. The Manager handles media inquiries and develops strategies to garner positive media attention regarding the organization’s policy and litigation activities. The Manager will also execute the organization’s external media and marketing strategies and reports to the Communications Director.
The Manager must be have strong relationships with national media decision makers and influencers, and must be able to cultivate and nurture new relationships within national news organizations. This includes national TV network producers and anchors, nationally syndicated radio program hosts and producers, national print and online journalists and editors.
Over the past eighteen months, the Goldwater Institute's media footprint has grown rapidly, and the Institute is featured in major national print, radio and television outlets on a weekly basis. The ideal candidate should feel well-equipped not only to maintain this level of coverage but execute a plan to continue this trend of consistent growth.
Vice President, Development
The Goldwater Institute projects an annual growth rate of 20 percent and seeks an accomplished leader to direct and execute all aspects of fundraising required to drive and sustain this growth. The Vice President is responsible for leading all aspects of a complete fundraising program including strategic planning, hiring, and execution. The fundraising team currently has five members.