The Right Question Institute will hire a campaign manager. Apply now.

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The Right Question Institute (RQI) is looking for a hardworking campaign manager to help make sure that our non-partisan “Why Vote?” voter engagement campaign reaches a million more voters in low-income communities.

Your Role

As the “Why Vote?” Campaign Manager, you will be the key person managing and driving the campaign. The campaign manager will be an efficient multi-tasker who will facilitate project management, marketing, building and maintaining partnerships, encouraging donations, managing volunteers, measuring and reporting effectiveness, and supporting the lead staff on the program. Strong candidates will have experience in relevant areas and can demonstrate the ability to learn quickly.

Hiring Now!


To Apply
Please submit the following to Siyi Chu, RQI Project Coordinator, at siyi.chu@rightquestion.org.
1) A one-page cover letter required
2) Your CV/resume required|

No phone calls, please.

Candidates that make it to the next round will be contacted to schedule a phone interview.

Why are you the right person to be doing this work?
According to your understanding of the campaign and the position, please write a cover letter to tell us why you think you are the right person for this position. We would like to hear from you why you are ready to manage a nationwide campaign and be a strategic thinker contributing to its success.

Deadline: Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. We will start the interview process with outstanding applicants as soon as possible

Start date: as soon as possible.

We have created innovative educational tools that allow people to name for themselves the value of voting. They will be disseminated through social service and direct service programs across different states and regions of the country

About RQI

Based in Cambridge, MA, the Right Question Institute (RQI) is a nonprofit educational organization offering a simple, powerful strategy that builds people’s skills to ask better questions, participate more effectively in decisions that affect them, advocate for themselves, and partner with service providers. For three decades, RQI has designed innovative educational methods and resources that are delivered through a wide range of health care, direct service, and community-based organizations, public agencies and institutions all over the country, and beyond.


About the Voter Engagement Campaign
People in low income communities in America, for whom publicly-funded programs provide essential services, are voting at a rate much lower than people in wealthier communities.

The Right Question Institute (RQI), building upon its decades of creative educational work, has designed a deceptively simple and powerful resource that can help ensure that people who are most affected by decisions made by elected officials will have a say in who gets to make those decisions.

Our “Why Vote?” campaign aims to get RQI’s resources into the hands of one million citizens who are not regular voters or have not voted at all. We will support the use of these resources by thousands of direct service agencies, including literacy and job training programs, early childhood and community health centers, legal aid clinics, parent engagement and faith- and community-based organizations, homeless and domestic violence shelters, food banks, affordable housing networks, and more. The Right Question Institute is an equal opportunity employer strongly committed to hiring a diverse and multicultural staff.