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After two decades in the industry, Campaign Solutions pioneered online political fundraising, advertising, and digital strategy for Republican candidates, organizations, public affairs groups, and non-profits – and we’re running head first into the next decade, with a keen eye on what’s best for our clients.

Our team is a tight-knit group of thinkers, doers, strategists, political junkies, and digital enthusiasts. If that sounds like the sort of team that you want to be a part of, come along for the ride and let’s find out what lays ahead. Better yet, let’s shape the political and digital landscape our way – together. Interested in being a part of our team but don’t see a spot her that’s exactly for you? Email us and let us know how you think you could fit in.

Open Opportunities to Join Our Team:

Account Executive

The position:

We’re looking for an Account Executive to join our team.

What we’re looking for:

The Account Executive will work with a number of our most critical and high-profile campaigns, organizations, and other clients and is ultimately responsible for their success and ability to meet key goals. The Account Executive is charged with the implementation of innovative digital solutions for candidates, political action committees, and issue advocacy groups including political strategy, social media best-practices, online fundraising initiatives, advertising campaigns, website and app maintenance, data management, email communications, and more.

Responsibilities and Expectations:

  • Serve as primary interface with select clients, managing all aspects of your client accounts.
  • Provide digital and political strategy while offering best practices in social media, fundraising, and advertising campaigns.
  • Work with other team members, including specialists such as designers, developers, marketers, fundraisers, writers and sales professionals to identify, implement, and further key client goals.
  • Generate fundraising or other communications copy, format HTML email, and utilize blast email systems.
  • Update and/or monitor client social media presence, campaign website, and more.
  • Brainstorm creative ideas for marketing challenges.
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Strong interest in politics including knowledge of current races, political campaigns, and national and world events. You should be someone who follows Politico on Twitter, Likes key campaigns on Facebook, or reads the Playbook in your email each morning.
  • Knowledge of key digital strategies and latest technologies. The latest updates on the homepage of TechCrunch is something you are familiar with.
  • Experience with Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Dreamweaver, etc.) is helpful, but the ability to learn is even more important.
  • Understanding and experience in HTML, CSS, and WordPress or other CMS solutions.
  • Interest in or basic understanding of advertising solutions, including Google AdWords, Facebook, Twitter, etc.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including experience using formulas in Excel.
  • Experience with PC or Mac operating systems.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Organized, self-starting team player who can prioritize, multi-task and has an enthusiasm and desire to learn and grow in the role.
  • Ability to work well independently as well as collaboratively with team members. Flexibility and ability to perform in a fast-paced work environment is a plus.
  • Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality and discretion.
This is a full-time position located in our Alexandria, Virginia headquarters. Compensation is competitive and based on experience.

Interested applicants should fill out an application below.

Please contact Carter Kidd at (703) 684-1072 or ckidd@campaignsolutions.com for more information.

Internship Opportunities

What we’re looking for:

We’re seeking qualified intern applicants to help with all sorts of company projects. We are primarily looking for applicants with a basic understanding of HTML, online politics and a great attitude to learn what he/she might not yet know. As a small company, our whole team pitches in on everything from answering the phones to deploying mass emails and we are looking for interns with similar work ethic. Joining a small, tight-knit team, a successful candidate will possess entry level skills (or at least an interest and willingness to learn) of online political advocacy and be ready to jump in on any project when needed. He/she will enjoy the thrill of electoral politics, but also have a true fascination with the social web and its many implications in politics. There are not hard and fast requirements though and the most important quality is a good, can-do attitude.

Responsibilities and Expectations:

  • You should come to us already well-versed in how social platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) are used in the field, and have tons of ideas on how it could be better.
  • Basic Proficiency in HTML, CSS, and the Adobe Creative Suite is a huge plus. As a small firm, everyone gets their hands dirty with the basics: formatting emails, building landing pages, editing websites, and more. It would be great to have an intern who is familiar with these projects or interested in learning!
  • Knowledge and passion for the tech industry and where it’s headed. As a part of our dynamic team, you should be hungry for the next big thing and constantly be consuming news from outlets like TechCrunch.
  • Appreciation and enthusiasm for campaign hours. It won’t always be 9-6. But you knew that already.
Internship positions are available in our Alexandria, Virginia headquarters. CCompensation is competitive and based on experience.

Interested applicants should fill out an application below.

Please contact Carter Kidd at (703) 684-1072 or ckidd@campaignsolutions.com for more information.



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