Careers at CAP

Current CAP Opportunities

VP, Policy - Full Time
Center for Arizona Policy (CAP) is a $3.7M nonprofit advocacy group whose mission is to promote and defend the foundational values of life, marriage and family, and religious freedom. Founded in 1995, they have seen more than 200 CAP-supported measures enacted by the state legislature. With 16FT and 2 PT team members CAP is dedicated to strengthening Arizona families through policy and education, by working closely with elected officials and strategic members of the community.

The Vice President of Policy will drive the development and execution of the organization’s public policy strategy. This individual should be well-versed in or able to quickly learn CAP’s signature issues of life, marriage and family, and religious freedom as well as be bold yet humble in their communication and convictions. They will set legislative strategy and develop relationships with elected lawmakers, as well as track political developments impacting CAP and the issues. While a law degree may enrich the successful candidate’s qualifications, it is not required. Policy experience is a must. Relocation to the Phoenix area is required.


For additional information on this position and access to the application process through Mission Leadership, please follow the link below.


Community Grassroots Mobilizer - Full Time

Is God calling you to work in an organization that is making a positive impact in the lives of Arizona families?

The Community Grassroots Mobilizer is primarily responsible for the cultivation and maintenance of a network of citizen activists across Arizona that exists to support the legislative, voter education, and cultural renewal efforts of the organization. The network exists for the furtherance of the foundational principles of life, marriage and family, and religious freedom.

This position plays an integral role in supporting the public policy mission of the organization. It is a rewarding position for a catalytic person interested in the public policy arena and supporting the pro-life and pro-family movement in Arizona.

Candidate Requirements Include:

  • Mature Christian, agreement with CAP’s Statement of Faith and demonstrable commitment to CAP’s mission and position on core issues (see
  • Passionate, called, and motivated to advance CAP’s work
  • Undergraduate degree required.
  • Political or public policy experience is preferred, but not required.
  • Experience in networking or building relationships is preferred.

Key Experience required includes:

  • Preparing and executing an innovative, annual grassroots plan with key performance indicators, including the use of online tools.
  • Recruiting, identifying, cultivating, and maintaining activist contacts throughout Arizona.
  • Driving participation in grassroots events of the organization, including any events at the Capitol.
  • Speaking on behalf of the organization at events.
  • Maintaining familiarity with national, state, and local policy issues.
  • Leading outreach to various constituencies for the organization.
  • Developing and maintaining relationships with allied organizations.
  • Self-motivated with a passion for the issues addressed by CAP and community engagement.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills; ability to communicate effectively, thoroughly, and accurately.
  • Ability to assemble, organize, and communicate clear, concise, and accurate work project documentation in a timely manner.
  • Thrive in and enjoy working in a multi-tasking, fast-paced, collaborative teamwork environment; highly efficient.
  • Ability to execute multiple events simultaneously.
  • Competence in standard office suite of software applications.
  • Demonstrated entrepreneurial and closing skills considered a plus.
  • Willingness to travel around Arizona. Suitable vehicle for travel around the state.
  • Availability for some nights and weekends.
  • A project driver who will see projects through to completion.
  • An eye for detail who asks intuitive questions.

Desired Characteristics

  • Mature Christian, currently attending or pursuing attendance in a local Bible-believing church.
  • Agreement with and adherence to CAP’s Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.
  • Demonstrated commitment to, and agreement with CAP’s mission and position on core issues.
  • Ability to work discreetly with confidential information, trustworthy and responsible.
  • Tactful and diplomatic, building consensus rather than emphasizing differences.
  • A strong work ethic with a teachable attitude.
  • High level of integrity, honesty, and confidentiality.
  • Spiritual maturity and a biblical worldview.
  • Outgoing, friendly personality.

If you are interested in serving with Center for Arizona Policy, which is truly making a difference in the lives of Arizona families, and you have the experience and qualifications outlined above, please submit a COVER LETTER and RESUME to Your cover letter must indicate you are a mature Evangelical Christian and you agree with CAP’s mission and position on core issues. A competitive salary and excellent benefits package will be provided.


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