We’re Hiring A Legislative Coordinator (Temporary Contract)

Texas Equal Access Fund (TEA Fund), Frontera Fund, and Lilith Fund (the hiring organizations) are seeking a temporary, contracted Legislative Coordinator to work an estimated 32-40 hours per week and serve as coordinator and lobbyist for the hiring organizations during the 2023 Texas Legislative Session. The Coordinator will support the hiring organizations and the Rosie’s Law Coalition. The Coordinator will interact directly with state legislative offices and stakeholders, focusing on advancing the interests of Texas abortion funds and also securing legislative support for Rosie’s Law, a bill to restore public and private insurance coverage of abortion care. The Coordinator must have demonstrated a commitment to anti-racism and have experience centering race and gender equity.

This position begins in February 2023 and will continue through the 2023 Legislative Session, ending June 2023. The position pays a monthly rate of $5,650 plus two monthly stipends—one in the amount of $500 for health care and another in the amount of $150 for WiFi and phone use. 

Some functions of the Coordinator’s role will happen virtually and some functions will happen in Austin at the State Capitol. If the Coordinator resides outside of Austin, travel to Austin will be necessary during the Legislative Session. Travel expenses or relocation stipend will be available to the Coordinator.

View complete job posting here.

Submit your resume and a 1-page cover letter, as attachments, via email to [email protected], with the subject line “Legislative Coordinator, [your name]”. The deadline to apply is February 16, 2023. Please include your first and last name in the file names of the attachments.