SumOfUs is a global organization and we are looking for people of all backgrounds from all over the world. Most of our jobs can be done from anywhere in the world (though you do need to be fluent in English and have an excellent internet connection), and we are actively looking to expand the physical presence of our staff to every continent (except probably Antarctica… but hey, if you’re there, drop us a line!). We are an equal opportunity employer; minorities and women are strongly encouraged to apply for these positions.
- Technology, web development, database management, and analytics: For instance, we might be interested in hiring a world-class CTO, web developer, data analyst, or anything in between, if the right person came along.
- Corporate relations expert or CSR specialist: Is working for the man getting you down? We’d be interested in hiring someone out of the corporate world who understands how corporate executives, boards, and shareholders make decisions; someone who’s great at getting inside the heads of/negotiating with CEOs, corporate PR/CSR folks, and so on.
- Campaign partnerships managers for key constituencies: If you’ve worked closely with communities deeply affected by or engaged around corporate accountability issues — from indigenous groups to trade unions to mommy bloggers — you might be a great fit for a specialized campaigner/campaign director role where you work closely on our partnerships with those constituencies, so drop us a note!
April 30, 2013Full-time Campaign Manager to help SumOfUs.org take on big corporations around the world. This person will be responsible for implementing our campaigns outside the United States. The position can be based anywhere, contingent on fast and reliable internet access.
December 13, 2012Full-time Global Campaigner to help SumOfUs.org take on big corporations around the world. This person will be responsible for implementing our campaigns outside the United States. The position can be based anywhere in the world, contingent on fast and reliable internet access, but we prefer candidates who live in the timezone band between UTC+1 (Berlin) and UTC -10 (Los Angeles).