Peace is Loud is now hiring a Program Lead, Film Campaigns to build and evaluate our documentary film impact campaigns! Please read on to learn more about the position and share with those in your network who may be a great fit.

Title:​ Program Lead, Film Campaigns
Location​: Remote (With access to an office in New York, NY if desired)
FLSA Status: ​Part-time, Exempt
Reports to:​ Director, Film Impact and Innovation
Salary: $40,000 – $45,000 (20 hours/week)
Benefits: Medical / Dental / Vision Insurance | 401K | Commuter Benefits | Flexible Spending Program | Generous PTO | Wellness Weeks | Half-Day Fridays
Application Deadline: Rolling
Start Date: As soon as possible

**Please note: this position is a termed position through the end of 2023 with the possibility of a shift to a full-time permanent position in 2024 based on funding**


Peace is Loud was founded in 2013 by Abigail E. Disney. Born out of work on her first film, Pray the Devil Back to Hell, its mission was to expand visibility and capacity for women social justice leaders around the world. You can read more about our origins in a blog post here

Today, Peace is Loud is a 501c3 non-profit that drives people-powered change by using storytelling and documentary film to build grassroots organizing power. Through our Film Impact Campaigns and Speakers Bureau, we use stories to connect people with tools for action, and strengthen the influence of women-identified and gender-expansive storytellers. 

We’re a small, hardworking, hands-on team that draws our success from strong communication skills, teamwork, transparency, and a passion for our mission. 

By recognizing and embodying the values of solidarity, intersectional feminism, equity, adaptability and transparency, we aim to uphold and work towards a culture of peace, love and justice, both within our workplace and through our work extending to the outside world.


Peace is Loud is entering a key moment of growth, and we are hiring a Film Campaigns Program Lead to build and evaluate our documentary film impact campaigns.

The successful candidate will design campaigns that use films as tools to build power for social justice organizers, as well as effectively measure campaign outcomes.

They will also advocate for and support film protagonists, prioritizing their care while helping filmmakers navigate ethical and logistical considerations.

While we hope to find a candidate who has the experience listed below, we don’t expect any candidate to be an expert in every area listed. You might be an impact producer who prioritizes movement building, or an organizer who’s enthusiastic about film’s power to advance social change. Ultimately, we are looking for someone who can harness the power of film to help social justice movements grow their power. If that sounds like you, please apply!

About you: 

  • A skilled strategist, you can design film impact campaigns rooted in effective organizing principles and determine how to best measure their success.
  • Your experience demonstrates a clear passion for social, racial, and economic justice, and a deep understanding of how power is built and wielded.
  • You’re also a great people manager, preferring mentorship and coaching, proactive communication and collaboration over micro-managing. 
  • A skilled communicator and active listener, you recognize that relationships are at the heart of organizing work, and can tailor communications to a wide variety of audiences and connect with people from a variety of backgrounds and life experiences.
  • You have the willingness and ability to incorporate considerations of ethics, equity, accessibility, and Peace is Loud’s organizational values, into all aspects of your work.
  • Comfortable with the flexibility of remote work, you’ve mastered the art of being self-directed, engaged, and responsive to a team you haven’t met in person.
  • You have excellent organization and process-oriented skills, including facility with Microsoft Office Suite, Google Docs, CRMs, and project management tools.
  • You see the value in investing in organizational infrastructure, and enjoy building systems and processes to propel your work.
  • Ideally you will have experience in the documentary film impact space or as a social justice organizer; a background in both is a bonus.
  • You have a minimum of 7 years’ relevant experience, including experience managing an individual or team.

A college degree is not required to apply; we welcome both traditional and non-traditional experience. 

About the role:

Film Campaigns

  • Lead development of implementable impact campaign plans, outlining goals, strategies, tactics, and audiences, in collaboration with the film campaigns team, film protagonists, and grassroots organizing partners
  • Create monitoring and evaluation plans to effectively measure campaign outcomes, successes, and opportunities to pivot, building new assessment tools as needed and applying learnings to future campaigns
  • Hear and understand the needs of film protagonists, and take an active role in working with filmmakers to navigate ethical questions, with the end goal of prioritizing protagonists’ equity, safety, and representation
  • Support the growth and professional development of Senior Impact Producer and supervise her execution of day-to-day departmental programming, ensuring she has the tools she needs to run successful campaigns
  • Stay connected to the latest developments in the documentary film impact and storytelling for change space and creatively apply learnings in your work

Organizational work

  • Build monitoring and evaluation plans as needed for film impact department-wide projects, and share best practices with the team
  • Collaborate with the film impact team to refine and revise our templates, processes, and departmental infrastructure
  • Collaborate with the Communications and Speakers Bureau teams as appropriate, sharing departmental updates and providing feedback on organizational messaging

It is the policy of Peace is Loud to ensure equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran. 

We are committed to diversity and building an inclusive environment for people of all backgrounds and ages. We especially encourage members of traditionally underrepresented communities to apply, including women, people of color, LGBTQ people and people with neurodivergence and disabilities.


  • Please submit your resume and one or more of the following supporting materials to
    • A cover letter (2 pages maximum) telling us more about you and why you are interested in this role, and how film or storytelling has played a role in your work thus far. In place of a written cover letter, you may submit a video or audio recording (3 minutes maximum).
    • An example of a previous campaign you’ve run, including detailed strategy and outcomes


  • The application review process will begin on Tuesday, March 21st and continue on a rolling basis until the position is filled 
  • Qualified candidates will have a video interview with the Director of Film Impact and Innovation and Senior Impact Producer, following which a short, compensated task may be assigned. 
  • The second and final interview will also take place via Zoom and include additional team members.

Applicants with Disabilities: Reasonable accommodation will be made so that applicants with disabilities may participate in the interview process. Please include any requests when submitting your application.