Job Opportunities: Marijuana Policy Project, Arizona and Nevada

Spurred mostly by the opening of a new office in Las Vegas, the Marijuana Policy Project is hiring for six new positions. The list includes:

Arizona Campaign Manager: The overarching goal of the Campaign Manager is to successfully implement the campaign strategy from the campaign's inception through Election Day and ensure that every possible measure is taken to win the campaign. All aspects of the campaign will be overseen by MPP's Director of State Campaigns, with the Campaign Manager playing a key supporting role to the Director of State Campaigns and the campaign consultants. For more information, including application guidelines, see details.

Campaigns Analyst: The overarching goal of the Campaigns Analyst is to help MPP pass state and local ballot initiatives, most of which will either (a) permit the use of medical marijuana by patients whose doctors recommend its use, (b) decriminalize marijuana possession, or (c) make marijuana offenses the lowest law enforcement priority. For more information, including application guidelines, see details.

Executive Assistant: MPP-NV's ultimate goal is to pass a statewide ballot initiative that would tax and regulate marijuana like alcohol in Nevada, thereby ending marijuana prohibition in the state. This high-level Executive Assistant position is an exciting opportunity to play an integral role in a groundbreaking organization that seeks to significantly and permanently reform marijuana policy. For more information, including application guidelines, see details.

Communications Director: The overarching goal of the Communications Director is to maximize the level of public support for ending marijuana prohibition in Nevada. For more information, including application guidelines, see details.

Web Developer: This position is an exciting opportunity to play an integral role in a groundbreaking organization that seeks to significantly and permanently reform marijuana policy -- as well as play a crucial role in the IT operation of a successful and good-sized nonprofit advocacy organization. You'll have an enormous impact on MPP's online presence, work with emerging technologies, and be surrounded by smart people in a mixed Mac/PC environment. For more information, including application guidelines, see details.

Systems Administrator: This position is an exciting opportunity to play an integral role in a groundbreaking organization that seeks to significantly and permanently reform marijuana policy -- as well as play a crucial role in the IT operation of a successful and good-sized nonprofit advocacy organization. You'll have an enormous impact on MPP's online presence, work with emerging technologies, and be surrounded by smart people in a mixed Mac/PC environment. For more information, including application guidelines, see details.

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