GOP Jobs is a curated job board of the best jobs and freelancers in conservative and right-leaning politics.
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The first ever, completely center-right freelancers platform. Let us connect you to passionate freelancers who are really (really) good at what they do. With their help, get ready to take your organization or campaign to the next level.
We feature jobs from conservative and right-leaning organizations, political campaigns, and official offices.
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GOP Jobs is connecting conservative and center-right job seekers and employers all over the United States. Our sole focus is to help right leaning candidates, think-tanks, PACs, and non-profits.
“Glad this exists. GOP Jobs is a no-brainer for anyone looking to get involved in Republican politics at every level.” - @lansing
“Brilliant. I wish this existed when I was starting out in Washington, DC. Would've saved me a lot of time trying to get my foot in the door of GOP politics.” - @jjonthan
"In order for Republicans to recruit the best talent possible, we need a platform like GOP Jobs to modernize our approach to hiring." – @ericwilson
“If you're looking for opportunities in GOP politics this is a great resource. This can be the app that can diversify the traditional "donor's kid" (of which I am one) pipeline that leads into jobs on campaigns or on the Hill.” - @jackgerard
“I love it. It's a constant source of frustration--searching for talent. I get emails every week from people who are looking, and I never have anywhere to send them. So much of it relies on word of mouth and personal connections--but all that is very hard to keep track of. Having a trusted source is what we've needed.”
Tips and tricks from some of the most seasoned center-right operatives.
How do you be that person who knows people? Here, nothing beats good, old-fashioned, retail networking.
I often think people put a little too much emphasis on that old political adage “it’s not what you know, it’s who you know.”
I remember one of my old chiefs of staff on the Hill sitting with a group of interns over pizza one day during recess. I was there for the free food, which is one of the primary perks of being a Congressional staffer. Doesn’t exactly compensate for the low pay and long hours, but everyone loves free food, right?