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California


Development Director
Santa Barbara, California
Pacific Pride Foundation
Santa Barbara, CA
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Colorado


Chief Executive Officer
Denver, Colorado
The Center on Colfax
Denver, CO
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District of Columbia


Communications Coordinator
Washington, District of Columbia
Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC
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HIV & Health Equity Program Coordinator
Washington, District of Columbia
Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC
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Florida


Care Coordinator
Jacksonville, Florida
JASMYN, Inc.
Jacksonville, FL
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Development & Events Manager
Orlando, Florida
Zebra Coalition
Orlando, FL
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Georgia


Associate Regional Campaign Director
Georgia
Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC
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Illinois


Racial Equity Inclusion Director
Chicago, Illinois
Center on Halsted
Chicago, IL
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Kentucky


AmeriCorps VISTA Volunteer and Programs Coordinator
Lexington, Kentucky
Pride Community Services Organization
Lexington, KY
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Massachusetts


Development & Marketing Manager
Boston, Massachusetts
Boston Alliance of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Youth (BAGLY)
Boston, MA
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New York


Senior Staff Attorney
New York, New York
New York Civil Liberties Union Foundation
New York, NY
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SPECIAL PROJECT INVESTIGATOR
New York, New York
New York Civil Liberties Union Foundation
New York, NY
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Staff Attorney, Work Structures & Legal Teams
New York, NY; Washington, DC; Berkeley, CA, New York
National Employment Law Project
New York, NY
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Ohio


Director, LGBT Center
Athens, Ohio
Ohio University's LGBT Center
Athens, OH
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Oregon


Development Manager
Portland, Oregon
Q Center
Portland, OR
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Pennsylvania


Health Programs & Supportive Services Manager
Allentown, Pennsylvania
Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center
Allentown, PA
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LGBTQ Outreach Advocate
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Women's Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA
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Texas


Communications and Marketing Manager
Houston, Texas
the Montrose Center
Houston, TX
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Housing Case Manager FT
Houston, Texas
the Montrose Center
Houston, TX
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LCSW Staff Therapist
Houston, Texas
the Montrose Center
Houston, TX
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LGBTQ Health Outreach Social Media Intern
Houston, Texas
the Montrose Center
Houston, TX
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LMSW, LBSW, LPC-level CLINICAL CASE MANAGER
Houston, Texas
the Montrose Center
Houston, TX
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OPERATIONS DIRECTOR
Houston, Texas
the Montrose Center
Houston, TX
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Senior Housing Campaign VISTA
Houston, Texas
the Montrose Center
Houston, TX
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Youth Outreach Worker (Part-time)
Houston, Texas
the Montrose Center
Houston, TX
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Virginia


Temporary Administrative Assistant (Intern Program)
Alexandria, Virginia
Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC
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Development Director

Santa Barbara, California

Is remote? No


Pacific Pride Foundation
Santa Barbara, CA

Website: http://www.pacificpridefoundation.org

Posted: July 22, 2019

Contact Information

Name: Becca Merrell, Executive Vice President
Email: rmerrell@netzelgrigsby.com
Phone: 805-443-5658

Link to posting: https://swillmont.wixsite.com/jobsearchwebsite

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Chief Executive Officer

Denver, Colorado

Is remote? No


The Center on Colfax
Denver, CO

Website: https://lgbtqcolorado.org/

Posted: June 26, 2019

Contact Information

Name: Linda J. Boedeker, Search Consultant
Email: CEOSearch@lgbtqcolorado.org
Phone: 719-314-8913

Link to posting: https://lgbtqcolorado.org/about/our-team/careers/

Job Description

Chief Executive Officer

Leadership Opportunity

Denver, Colorado

Visionary, collaborative, influential and dynamic is what best describes the Center on Colfax (The Center). An anchor community institution in Denver, Colorado, The Center delivers supportive programs to four generations of LGBTQ people, and is involved with advocacy and cultural programming to thousands of people on an annual basis. As The Center approaches another growth stage, the Board of Directors has been strategically aligning the organization to  meet the changing needs of the community. After a successful five and a half year tenure by the previous CEO, the Board seeks a new and dynamic CEO who will guide the organization to flourish and succeed  for  years to come.

Historical/Program Overview

The Center provides a safe and affirming environment for  more than 52,000 annual visitors who come to seek information, education, understanding or simply a greater sense of connection to their community. Founded in 1976, The Center is the third oldest community center in the U.S. operated by and for the LGBTQcommunity, and the largest within a 600 mile radius. In addition to being a focal point for community information, social activities and support, The Center has long played a pivotal role in initiatives to reduce harassment and discrimination. The Center's mission is: To engage, empower, enrich, and advance the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queercommunity of Colorado.

The Opportunity

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the CEO provides the vision and leadership to take The Center to new and unprecedented heights.   The Center seeks an enthusiastic leader who can capitalize on its assets and unfold the myriad of opportunities that exist. The Center has a strong Board that is dedicated and committed to help the new CEO succeed in their mission. This is an outstanding opportunity for an energetic individual who wants to unleash their leadership potential and leave a strong legacy.

The CEO’s primary responsibilities include the following:

 Leadership

The Center’s CEO will be passionate about serving the LGBTQ community.  This passion will resonate throughout the Board, staff, volunteers and donors, allowing the CEO to tap into the strengths and talents of many.  The CEO will possess strong interpersonal skills interacting with diverse groups of people.

  • Implement The Center’s strategic plan in a manner that is focused and results-oriented.
  • Serve as the spokesperson, representing The Center  with a great deal of diplomacy.
  • The CEO will continue to foster and cultivate relationships with other leaders of local and statewide organizations as well as develop new ones. The CEO will represent The Center in these coalitions as well as in others that contribute to its mission.
  • Work with the communications and marketing team in developing campaigns that communicate The Center’s vision, work, and community impact. Using good marketing acumen, the CEO ensures that The Center’s image is presented with the utmost professionalism. 

Management

The CEO will champion and value diversity, equity and inclusion to reflect the community served by The Center.

  • Inspire and motivate a staff of 19 (full and part-time) as well as project consultants and key volunteers. Ensure strong internal communication and accountability.
  • Cultivate a creative and productive work environment and hold staff accountable to specific work plan metrics.
  • Oversee all aspects of daily activities, including human resources, program planning, finances, fund development and marketing to ensure progress toward strategic goals.
  • Together with the VP of Finance & Facilities develop ways to creatively utilize the facility, improve its appearance and ensure that it continually has a fresh
  • Work closely with the Board of Directors, keep board members informed on the status of the organization and aware of any issues requiring their attention.

 Financial Stewardship

The CEO, working with the Board of Directors, has ultimate financial responsibility for The Center and ensures good financial practices.

  • Develop annual budgets and maintain costs in accordance with revenue to insure sound fiscal practices.
  • Review monthly financials in preparation for Board presentation.
  • Participate in and review financial forecasting.
  • Oversee the management of financial resources, ensuring The Center’s fiscal stability and long-term viability.

Fund Development

The CEO creates a culture of philanthropy within the organization, including staff, Board and volunteers.

  • Lead the staff and the Board in furthering a diversified fundraising program including corporate sponsorship, individual donors, grants, three significant special events, earned income, and planned giving.
  • Cultivate new major donors and develop ongoing relationships with the current donor base.
  • Oversee all aspects of the management and production of Denver Pride, the largest celebration of LGBTQ pride in the Rocky Mountain region. Denver Pride is a 2-day festival including a parade and a 5K race, and produces significant income for The Center.

Programming

The CEO understands and responds to changes in the LGBTQ community by guiding appropriate programming including Youth, Elders, Transgender, Legal/Training, Support Services, Cyber Center, Families, and Health.

  • Lead the development and enhancement of programs that address needs in the LGBTQ community.
  • Guide program development from the conceptual state to full implementation.
  • Guide staff in leveraging resources and delivering programs that are stimulating, educational and contribute to development of the “whole ” Manage, train and build capacity for the 500-strong volunteer program, including volunteers needed for Denver Pride.

The Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate will be someone who is confident in their abilities and eager to further develop themselves. They will demonstrate their eagerness to assume a community leadership position and have experience working with people from diverse backgrounds. They will be creative, have a can-do attitude and be resourceful on how they tackle their work. They will have the ability to assess the current condition of the organization, analyze the information and bring it all together to create a vision that is vibrant. Strong administrative skills are essential.

Key Characteristics

  • Projects personal presence and professionalism
  • Exhibits enthusiasm, passion and ownership for the work and the organization
  • High ethical standards and integrity
  • Treats all individuals with respect and appreciation/respect for diversity
  • Emotional maturity
  • Demonstrates courage; takes appropriate risks
  • Strong work ethic and commitment to high performance
  • Adaptable and flexible; works constructively under pressure; responds resourcefully and positively to change and ambiguity
  • Manages stress effectively and maintains personal life balance
  • Has a strong personal vision; focuses on possibilities and opportunities, demonstrating persistence and resilience

Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in business, nonprofit management, public administration or related area (Equivalent experience will be considered)
  • 5+ years of successful senior management experience, including supervision of professionals; high level management experience, such as CEO, ED, COO, is preferred
  • Meaningful experience working with nonprofit organizations, boards and committees
  • Experience in program management and development
  • Demonstrated commitment to supporting nonprofits in the LGBTQ community
  • Diversified fund development experience, including foundations, corporate sponsorships, donor relations, membership, special events, earned income, and grants
  • Proven experience managing a substantial budget with full accountability for results
  • Proven experience in community relations and public policy issues affecting the LGBTQ community
  • Demonstrated commitment to inclusiveness and diversity in all aspects of management and operations
  • Great interpersonal, public speaking and written skills
  • Technologically savvy (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Email/Internet, Donor CRM/Database)
  • Experience with personnel issues including responsibility for  hiring, terminating and coaching/mentoring senior staff

 Compensation

The compensation is competitive in relation to the operating budget of the organization. The Trustees are open to explore and enter into a mutually beneficial compensation package for the ideal candidate. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, vacation, long/short- term care disability insurance, life insurance and other benefits outlined in the personnel handbook.

How to apply

Interested candidates should send a cover letter explaining their desire for the position, skills and talents they would bring to the position. Also attach a resume that illustrates your past experiences and skills. NO phone calls. Send cover letter and resume electronically by August 2, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.  to: CEOSearch@lgbtqcolorado.org.  All inquiries will be held in strict confidence.

For additional information, visit  www.lgbtqcolorado.org

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Communications Coordinator

Washington, District of Columbia

Is remote? No


Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC

Website: http://hrc.org/

Posted: July 8, 2019

Contact Information

Name: Nick Winchester, HR Assistant
Email: careers@hrc.org

Link to posting: https://hrc-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index....

Job Description

We strongly encourage people of color, transgender and non-binary people to apply. HRC is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes everyone, including non-LGBTQ people, to join our team.

 

Position Summary:

The Communications Coordinator will report to the Senior Vice President for Communications & Marketing, and provide administrative support to the Senior Vice President and to the Communications Department. 

 

Position Responsibilities:

  • Assist in coordinating press for the Human Rights Campaign
  • Assist the SVP of communications and marketing with all administrative duties including answering phones, scheduling meetings, travel and appointments, managing department meetings, reporting expenses and filling out check requests
  • Serve as initial point of contact for press inquiries and providing support for media outreach efforts
  • Create writings, including press releases, media advisories, talking points, letters to the editor and various other communication priorities
  • Draft communication documents that will be used for outside media
  • Produce written material whether for the web or other various forms of both external and internal communication needs
  • Hire, train, and supervise communications interns
  • Coordinate and oversee media monitoring and the clip process
  • Maintain lists of media contacts
  • Maintain subscriptions to periodicals and periodicals database
  • Maintain files and other resources of materials for the Communications Department’s needs
  • Maintain contracts and relationships with consultants and external entities providing services to the Communications Department
  • Assist in the implementation of the media plan
  • Assist with any other assignments and tasks as requested by the Communications Department
  • Other duties as assigned

 

Position Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent work experience) with at least one to three years of experience with organizational communications, preferably a Capitol Hill press office
  • Exceptional attention to detail and organizational skills
  • Possess solid writing skills as well as the communications skills necessary to elicit the right information from a variety of sources
  • Analytical and creative skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work well under pressure, ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously and manage work under tight deadlines
  • Must be comfortable working in a high-volume environment and be able to follow closely the messaging of the organization on a wide variety of issues
  • Ability to maintain confidential information
  • Personal interest in and commitment to LGBTQ equality
  • Proficient with MS Office Suite and Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive)

 

All positions at the Human Rights Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically. Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.

 

No phone calls or emails, please. Due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to queries about application status.

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HIV & Health Equity Program Coordinator

Washington, District of Columbia

Is remote? No


Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC

Website: http://hrc.org/

Posted: July 15, 2019

Contact Information

Name: Nick Winchester
Email: nick.winchester@hrc.org

Link to posting: https://hrc-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index....

Job Description

We strongly encourage people of color, transgender and non-binary people to apply. HRC is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes everyone, including non-LGBTQ people, to join our team.

 

Position Summary:

The HIV and Health Equity Program Coordinator is primarily responsible for meeting the administrative needs and assigned programmatic duties for special projects and initiatives within the HIV and Health Equity Program, including community engagement, education campaigns, and special events. The HIV and Health Equity Program Coordinator will also support the work addressing the unique challenges and inequities facing young gay and bisexual men and transgender women of color. The HIV and Health Equity Program Coordinator will report to the Director of the HIV and Health Equity Program.

 

Position Responsibilities:

  • Complete monthly expense reports, reimbursements, check requests, and the annual budgeting process
  • Schedule meetings with internal and external stakeholders
  • Support the administrative and logistical elements of HRC’s HIV and Health Equity Program, such as national conferences, and community engagement activities
  • Serve as point of contact for all vendor and consultant administrative processes
  • Maintain the HIV and Health Equity Program events and training calendar
  • Respond to external emails and calls related to the HIV and Health Equity Program and HRC resources in a timely manner
  • Develop and regularly refresh the HIV and Health Equity Program web and social media content
  • Assist with creating reports and program updates for members, staff, directors and board members on significant achievements or events
  • Conduct initial research and make recommendations on minority-serving community-based organizations
  • Routinely review HIV data from federal partners (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute of Health and Health and Human Services) and assist in providing recommendations for its use and dissemination
  • Assist in developing webinars, online, and print resources for professionals who work with youth of color
  • Other duties as assigned

 

Position Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent work experience) with at least one to three years of relevant work experience required. Experience in HIV-related field/community outreach, and or social work and public health is strongly preferred
  • Strong attention to detail required
  • Excellent organizational skills required
  • Ability to work independently within the program and independently across the organization
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively in writing and interpersonally within the organization and with a wide variety of LGBTQ advocates and allies
  • Strong skills with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Publisher and PowerPoint), Google Apps, online social networking tools, online research tools and MailChimp
  • Ability to travel up to 20% of the time
  • Bilingual in Spanish is a plus
  • Personal interest and commitment to LGBTQ equality

All positions at the Human Rights Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically.  Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.

No phone calls or emails, please. Due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to queries about application status.

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Care Coordinator

Jacksonville, Florida

Is remote? No


JASMYN, Inc.
Jacksonville, FL

Website: http://www.jasmyn.org

Posted: August 15, 2019

Contact Information

Name: Emily Rokosch, Director of Operations
Email: apply@jasmyn.org
Phone: 904-389-3857

Link to posting: http://jasmyn.org/about-jasmyn/employment-internships/

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Development & Events Manager

Orlando, Florida

Is remote? No


Zebra Coalition
Orlando, FL

Website: http://zebrayouth.org/

Posted: August 15, 2019

Contact Information

Name: Heather Wilkie, Executive Director
Email: hwilkie@zebrayouth.org
Phone: 407-228-1446

Link to posting: https://www.zebrayouth.org/careers/

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Associate Regional Campaign Director

Georgia

Is remote? Yes


Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC

Website: http://hrc.org/

Posted: August 9, 2019

Contact Information

Name: Nick Winchester
Email: nick.winchester@hrc.org

Link to posting: https://hrc-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index....

Job Description

We strongly encourage people of color, transgender and non-binary people to apply. HRC is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes everyone, including non-LGBTQ people, to join our team.

 

Position Summary:

 

HRC, in collaboration with our state equality partners, works to defend and advance pro-LGBTQ policies at all levels of government, hold elected officials accountable for their votes and actions, and elect pro-equality champions to office.

 

The Associate Regional Campaign Director is a regular, full-time position reporting to a Deputy Campaign Director and is based within the region (GA, OK, NC, TN). 

 

The Associate Regional Campaign Director will work with a Deputy Campaign Director to develop and execute proactive and holistic campaign plans to win elections and legislative outcomes.  At the direction of a Deputy Campaign Director, the Associate Regional Campaign Director will have primary responsibility for a significant geographic area encompassing several states, will directly manage discrete campaigns or projects within the region, and may directly supervise temporary employees and contractors in the execution of those campaigns or projects.

 

They will be a critical thinker and thought partner who grasps HRC’s long-term goals and the dynamics that shape our work in the electoral and legislative space, while understanding the day-to-day execution necessary to deliver on our mission. They will enjoy managing a variety of projects simultaneously and will have the organizational skills necessary to stay on top of that scope of work. They will thrive in a fast-paced, campaign-like environment and bring with them an inclination to solve problems creatively.

 

Position Responsibilities:

 

  • Help create a presence for HRC and serve as a point of access to HRC in the region.
  • Develop and implement strategic legislative and electoral campaign plans for priority states in the region in collaboration with in-state partner organizations and HRC leadership, ensuring the integration of these plans into HRC’s strategic legislative, electoral, membership, communication and education goals.
  • Implement strategies to support HRC-endorsed candidates in federal, state, and local elections, as well as provide assistance to HRC-supported ballot initiative campaigns in the region.
  • Implement strategies to support federal, state, and local legislation in states within the region, and provide technical support and assistance to maximize HRC’s local lobbying efforts.
  • Lead HRC’s efforts to partner effectively with state and local LGBTQ and allied organizations in the region to advance the goals of the LGBTQ movement.
  • Implement outreach efforts in the region to selected constituencies, including people of color, transgender communities, religious communities, business leaders, youth, and others.
  • Serve as the primary staff liaison to HRC steering committees in the region with regard to the committees’ political activities. Increase the number of grassroots volunteers and advocates identified and willing to take action in support of HRC’s electoral and legislative priorities.
  • Design and implement advocacy training programs for volunteers and supporters in the region.
  • Ensure that all volunteer outreach and engagement is meticulously tracked in VAN and reports are submitted as required.
  • Share HRC’s commitment to inclusion and the intersectionality of the LGBTQ movement by integrating campaign and outreach efforts to defend and advance shared advocacy priorities like reproductive rights, immigrant rights, and other civil rights causes.
  • Hire and manage temporary employees and contractors, as well as supervise the work of other HRC employees on deployment.
  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

 

Position Qualifications:

 

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience.
  • Five or more years in community, issue, labor, legislative or electoral organizing strongly preferred, including substantial experience supervising staff or volunteers representing a rich mix of experience, backgrounds, and perspectives.
  • A demonstrated record of successful coalition-building (experience in states in the relevant region preferred).
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and execute a metrics-driven issue or electoral campaign effort.
  • Demonstrated experience with VAN and a familiarity with other standard organizing and advocacy tools and social media required.
  • Must have strong speaking and writing skills, and strong verbal communication skills.
  • Strong skills with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel and PowerPoint) and Google Apps (Gmail, Docs, Sheets, Forms, and Drive).
  • Must be located within the region no more than one hour from a major airport and able to travel for weeks or months at a time to support specific, time-limited campaigns.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license.
  • Must have reliable vehicle available because this position requires extensive travel.
  • Must be highly organized, detail-oriented, and able to handle multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced environment.
  • Proficiency in other languages a plus, especially Spanish.
  • Strong interest in the rapidly changing LGBTQ equality movement and a working knowledge of LGBTQ issues. A demonstrated commitment to advancing HRC’s goals and objectives.

 

All positions at the Human Rights Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically.  Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.

 

No phone calls or emails, please. Due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to queries about application status.

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Racial Equity Inclusion Director

Chicago, Illinois

Is remote? No


Center on Halsted
Chicago, IL

Website: http://www.centeronhalsted.org

Posted: July 23, 2019

Contact Information

Name: Susan Heatherly, Director of Human Resources
Email: sheatherly@centeronhalsted.org
Phone: 773-472-6469

Link to posting: http://www.centeronhalsted.org/careers.html

Job Description

Mission: Center on Halsted advances community and secures the health and well being of the LGBTQ people of Chicagoland.

Center on Halsted’s Racial Equity Inclusion (REI) Director will have a proven background in successfully designing and implementing racial equity and inclusion programs that foster measurable internal organizational culture shifts as well as the productivity of external community engagements.  The Director will work to promote equity and reduce discrimination through operationalization of the core commitments of REI principles, including applying an intersectional framework throughout the work, speaking truth to power, and equity and inclusion based practice in program design. This person will be tasked with positioning the organization to expand its racial justice impact and its profile as a LGBTQ leader on organizational equity, education, and outcomes based training and organizing. A successful Director of REI will deepen the complexity, reach, and impact of the work of Center on Halsted.

Responsibilities:

Program Management – Set a dynamic, growth oriented vision to expand program capacity and impact with individuals and organizations through an REI lens, moving participants from knowledge acquisition to measurable action. The Director of REI will work closely with communities across Chicago to identify and address bias and inequity at the intersections of sexuality, race, and gender through community organizing, training, leadership development, and collaborative engagement.  

The Director will partner with Senior Leadership (COO supervisor & CEO) to oversee aspects of the strategic priorities set forth by the Board of Directors.  Engage in policy research and development on issues of race and gender based violence within and against marginalized communities. Implement rigorous research methodology, data management, reporting, and analysis. Produce reports providing creative solutions for consideration by Senior Leadership. 

Community Outreach and Education – Actively initiate community partnerships and represent Center on Halsted at coalitions, community meetings, and critical decision making tables ensuring that COH is identified as a visible and substantive leader on issues of racial equity and inclusion. Key to successful outreach is collaborating with our communications team in developing an annual marketing plan with measurable benchmarks resulting in the production of professional written, electronic, and social media materials and content driving an increase in fee-based consulting services.  Engage the Center’s many volunteers to help build capacity and reach. Additionally, as part of the COH strategic plan, the focus of engaging Lesbian, Family, and Transgender communities within the lens of REI is required. Attend, lead and/or develop local and regional meetings relating to the equity and inclusion agenda.

BASIC FUNCTIONS:

Internal Organizational Development

  • Work closely with the CEO and COO to develop a workplace culture where racial equity and inclusion is a value and is operationalized
  • Lead and coordinate the efforts of the employee-based Equity Leadership Group, designed to inform the internal Racial Equity and Inclusion work at the Center.
  • Use a Racial Equity Tool to analyze personnel policies and practices for implicit bias and institutional racism. Based on the analysis, take proactive steps to eliminate implicit bias and institutional racism.
  • Engage in rigorous data analysis to develop and implement internal and external REI strategies. Provide qualitative data analysis to fully understand work place culture challenges to better serve LGBTQ communities.
  • Set goals, track progress and focus on accountability – Set clear goals for improving workforce equity and track progress over time so that strategies can be modified, as needed, to effectively achieve meaningful results.
  • Provide leadership, training and guidance to all, programs, services and activities with regard to diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Provide leadership for programs that promote racial and ethnic diversity and integration within all levels of COH programs
  • Develops programs to ensure equity for all patrons and access to all programs

External Programming

  • Work closely with representatives of community organizations and groups to formulate recommendations which relate to diversity, equity, and inclusion issues.
  • Participate in external equity and inclusion committees and makes recommendations to the COH leadership on issues that impact the LGBTQ community
  • Monitor community needs, trends and legislative activity that impact the LGBTQ community
  • Provide and promote cultural awareness programs for the LGBTQ community with a focus in large part, though not exclusively, on Lesbian, Trans and Family program
  • Prepare and deliver presentations and workshops to staff, stakeholders and partner organizations
  • Plan, promote, and coordinate community relevant opportunities to enhance educational equity and inclusion
  • Stay abreast of innovations in racial equity dialogue occurring at the national level

Perform other duties as assigned by the COO & CEO

Qualification Requirements

The successful Director will be an interdisciplinary thinker with a current understanding of and experience in leading racial healing and justice efforts in a community-based context. The ideal candidate will have an advanced degree and substantial work and leadership experience in fields related to racial equity and community engagement, along with a comprehensive understanding of organizational development and program design.

Preferred

  • Strong knowledge of and commitment to Racial Equity and Inclusion theories and practices regarding organizational development
  • Excellent organizational, written, oral and interpersonal communication skills
  • Proven research skills
  • Presentation development and training skills
  • Experience of building trusting relationships with key stakeholders and decision makers
  • Strong facilitation skills
  • self-motivation and an ability to use initiative
  • Report-writing
  • Ability to work across the entirety of organizational structures
  • Systems thinking and best-practice orientation to identify strategic opportunities for growth.

Given the evolution of this work at Center on Halsted, the candidate will have the ability to welcome and adapt quickly to change. They will also have the ability to work collaboratively in multi-leveled decision-making processes within a complex organization. They will also be skilled at analyzing complex qualitative and quantitative data and trend analysis to be used in informing public policy pieces, suggesting internal practices and engaging in external collaborations.

Equal Opportunity Employer: Center on Halsted hires the most qualified candidates without regard to any person’s race, color, sex, gender identity, gender expression, age, religion, disability, national origin, ancestry, genetic information, sexual orientation, marital status, parental status, pregnancy, military discharge status or source of income. 

This job description is not a comprehensive list of all of the possible job-related responsibilities, tasks and duties that are required of this position, and further, Center on Halsted reserves the right to change as it sees fit any and all of the employee’s responsibilities, tasks and duties.

 Benefits offer at Center on Halsted:

Medical, Dental, Vision, STD/LTD/LIfe, Vacation, 403B, Transit Benefits

 

 

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AmeriCorps VISTA Volunteer and Programs Coordinator

Lexington, Kentucky

Is remote? No


Pride Community Services Organization
Lexington, KY

Website: http://www.pcsoky.org/site/

Posted: July 29, 2019

Contact Information

Name: Carmen Wampler-Collins, Pride Center Coordinator
Email: carmen@pcsoky.org
Phone: 859-253-3233

Link to posting: http://tiny.cc/PCSO2019VISTA

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Development & Marketing Manager

Boston, Massachusetts

Is remote? No


Boston Alliance of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Youth (BAGLY)
Boston, MA

Website: http://www.bagly.org

Posted: July 2, 2019

Contact Information

Name: Kurtlan Massarsky, Director of Development & Marketing
Phone: 617-227-4313 x 130

Link to posting: https://www.idealist.org/en/nonprofit-job/a6dc7088...

Job Description

This role helps to vision and implement the development and marketing plans for BAGLY and offers support to the Director of Development and other development & marketing staff to achieve and exceed the organization’s goals. This position works closely with program and administrative staff to insure the success of BAGLY’s funding and communication priorities. Creativity, database management, and a high level of organization are essential qualities for this position.

The person in this role will also be helping to plan and celebrate BAGLY’s 40th anniversary year! In light of this exciting (and busy!) time in the organization’s history, BAGLY is seeking someone who is interested in longevity and professional development within an organization.

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Senior Staff Attorney

New York, New York

Is remote? No


New York Civil Liberties Union Foundation
New York, NY

Posted: July 30, 2019

Contact Information

Name: Stephanie Ball
Email: sball@nyclu.org

Job Description

SENIOR STAFF ATTORNEY

Position: Senior Staff Attorney

Terms of Employment: Full-Time, salaried (salary fixed by NYCLU attorney-salary scale, which is based on years of legal experience)

Location: 125 Broad Street, New York, N.Y.

Application deadline: Friday, August 9, 2019 (with applications considered as submitted and until the position is filled)

Salary: The salary for this position is governed by the NYCLU fixed scale. Under that scale, effective September 2019, the minimum starting salary for a senior staff attorney (with 8 years of experience) will be $93,000. (For an attorney starting at that position, their salary will increase to $102,000 in September 2020 and to $110,000 in September 2021).

The New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) is one of the nation's leading advocates on behalf of constitutional rights and liberties. Founded in 1951, as the New York affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union, the NYCLU is a not-for-profit, nonpartisan organization with more than 180,000 members and supporters, and eight offices statewide. We work in the courts, in the legislatures and on the streets to advocate for racial and economic justice, free speech, freedom of religion, privacy and equality before the law for all New Yorkers. For more information please visit our website: www.nyclu.org

SUMMARY DESCRIPTION

The NYCLU seeks an experienced attorney to lead and supervise litigation and related advocacy. The senior staff attorney will work on the full range of NYCLU issues and will be responsible for supervising the work of NYCLU attorneys and legal fellows.

The NYCLUs Legal Department is comprised of seventeen lawyers, an investigator, three paralegals, a data analyst, and a legal assistant. Legal Department staff work on a wide range of civil rights and civil liberties cases in federal and state courts and in administrative tribunals. They also support the legislative, advocacy, and communications work of the NYCLU.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Develop, conduct, and lead litigation in federal and state courts and in administrative forums. All NYCLU attorneys are responsible for identifying possible litigation and advocacy, preparing pleadings, motions, and briefs; conducting discovery; presenting oral arguments; handling appeals; negotiating settlements, and monitoring final judgments;

Supervise the work of NYCLU staff attorneys conducting complex public-interest litigation;

Engage in the advocacy work of the legal department, which includes working with the NYCLUs advocacy, legislative and communications departments; work with NYCLU offices around New York; work with other advocacy organizations and elected officials; present testimony before legislative bodies and administrative agencies; participate in public education on civil liberties issues by speaking at public events and publishing articles and essays;

Participate in strategic planning for the legal department;

EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS

Required Qualifications

Eight years of civil litigation or related legal experience;

Excellent writing, research, analytical, and communication skills;

Substantial experience in complex public-interest litigation in federal court;

Demonstrated ability to supervise attorneys and legal work;

Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively in a diverse, public-interest setting;

Demonstrated ability to think strategically and to advocate effectively, including an ability to initiate and follow through on public-interest litigation or advocacy;

Demonstrated commitment to civil liberties and the priorities of the NYCLU; and

Admission to the New York Bar.

Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate for this position will have 10 or more years of experience successfully handling all aspects of complex public-interest litigation, including developing cases, all forms of discovery, motion practice, evidentiary hearings, and appeals; will have 4 or more years of experience successfully supervising lawyers conducting complex public-interest litigation; will have demonstrated success in developing and supporting effective diversity, equity, and inclusion practices in a public-interest setting; will have engaged in successful advocacy and legislative work; will have substantial experience in public engagement, including public speaking, publishing, and interacting with the press; and will have expertise in immigration, criminal justice, education, or privacy and technology.

HOW TO APPLY:

E-mail your resume to apply.legal@nyclu.org with Senior Staff Attorney in the subject line.

Please submit a resume with a cover letter (up to two pages) describing:

1. Your unique qualifications for this position

2. Where or how you learned of this job posting

Applications will be accepted and reviewed immediately. The NYCLU may fill more than one position through this posting. Qualified candidates may be asked to submit additional information, including performance samples and references from people they have worked with in the past.


The NYCLU is proud to be an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and encourages all applicants regardless of race, sex, gender identity, age, disability, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, veteran status or record of arrest or conviction. We are committed to diversity, equity and inclusion, and having a workforce that reflects the populations that we serve.



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SPECIAL PROJECT INVESTIGATOR

New York, New York

Is remote? No


New York Civil Liberties Union Foundation
New York, NY

Posted: August 2, 2019

Contact Information

Name: Stephanie Ball
Email: sball@nyclu.org

Job Description

Position: Special Project Investigator

Terms of Employment: Full-Time, One Year Project, salaried

Location: Upstate New York

Application deadline: Friday, August 16, 2019 (with applications considered as submitted and until the position is filled).

Salary: Subject to the NYCLUs salary scale and commensurate with experience and qualifications

The New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) is one of the nation's leading advocates on behalf of constitutional rights and liberties. Founded in 1951, as the New York affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union, the NYCLU is a not-for-profit, nonpartisan organization with more than 180,000 members and supporters, and eight offices statewide. We work in the courts, in the legislatures and on the streets to advocate for racial and economic justice, free speech, freedom of religion, privacy and equality before the law for all New Yorkers. For more information please visit our website: www.nyclu.org

SUMMARY DESCRIPTION

The NYCLU is currently advocating to expand the rights of New Yorkers with opioid use disorder (OUD) to receive medication-assisted treatment (MAT). Though widely regarded as a vital component of medical care for OUD. MAT is often denied to people with OUD, particularly those involved in the criminal justice system, often with devastating consequences.

Working at the direction of attorneys in the NYCLUs Legal Department, the investigators primary responsibility would be to interview people with OUD, law enforcement, advocacy groups, and treatment providers in upstate New York.

Travel throughout New York State is required in this role and the investigator would ideally be based in upstate New York. The NYCLU will provide an internet-equipped laptop to the investigator and most of the investigators work would take remotely, with access to workspace in the NYCLUs seven regional chapter offices as available.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Assist in developing and supporting advocacy and litigation by investigating availability of MTA throughout the State, conducting non-legal background research and fact development, and presenting findings in memo form;

Conduct fact-finding interviews with people with OUD, law enforcement, advocacy groups and others in service of furthering advocacy and litigation;

Draft summaries of interviews and maintain interview records, as well as draft affidavits and declarations based on such interviews;

EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS

Required qualifications:

Bachelors Degree;

Experience with client-centric work and conducting interviews;

Excellent client engagement skills and the ability to communicate and relate to persons from a diversity of backgrounds;

Excellent witness interview skills;

Excellent research skills;

Excellent written and oral communication skills;

Comfortable interviewing alone in jails, prisons, and other carceral settings;

Strong commitment to public interest advocacy and civil liberties;

Ability to manage time and tasks independently and under pressure;

Ability to manage multiple cases and meet deadlines;

Cultural competency with respect to disability, including opioid use disorder;

Drivers license and access to a vehicle;

Willingness to work remotely and travel extensively within New York State; and

A 1-year commitment to the position.

Preferred qualifications:

Previous experience as an investigator, investigative journalist, or organizer;

Broad experience with civil rights advocacy and client contact, including familiarity with civil rights and advocacy organizations in New York; and

Familiarity with New Yorks criminal justice system.

HOW TO APPLY:

E-mail your resume to apply.legal@nyclu.org with Special Project Investigator in the subject line.

Please submit a resume with a cover letter (up to two pages) describing:

1. Your unique qualifications for this position

2. Where or how you learned of this job posting

Applications will be accepted and reviewed immediately. The NYCLU may fill more than one position through this posting. Qualified candidates may be asked to submit additional information, including performance samples and references from people they have worked with in the past.

The NYCLU is proud to be an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and encourages all applicants regardless of race, sex, gender identity, age, disability, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, veteran status or record of arrest or conviction. We are committed to diversity, equity and inclusion, and having a workforce that reflects the population that we serve.



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Staff Attorney, Work Structures & Legal Teams

New York, NY; Washington, DC; Berkeley, CA, New York

Is remote? Yes


National Employment Law Project
New York, NY

Website: http://www.nelp.org

Posted: June 27, 2019

Contact Information

Name: Frank Gattie, Office Coordinator
Phone: 6466938218

Link to posting: https://www.nelp.org/job/staff-attorney-work-structures-legal-teams/

Job Description

The National Employment Law Project (NELP) seeks a dynamic and skilled attorney to join our Work Structures team and Legal Department to advance NELP’s programs, legal work, and policy campaigns. NELP envisions an America in which work brings dignity and economic security to all.  NELP’s Work Structures team aims to reverse the trend towards “nonstandard” work as a key driver of eroding labor standards, rising income and wealth inequality, persistent structural racism and occupational segregation and the shifting of power away from workers and toward corporations. NELP’s Legal Department aims to provide national leadership across all of NELP’s program priorities, with a special emphasis on federal rollbacks on workers’ rights at the federal and state levels, combatting coercive waivers of worker rights and access to courts, and organizing the legal community to be strategic in support of worker campaigns to build worker power and combat racism in jobs and access to jobs.

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Director, LGBT Center

Athens, Ohio

Is remote? No


Ohio University's LGBT Center
Athens, OH

Website: https://www.ohio.edu/lgbt/

Posted: August 12, 2019

Contact Information

Name: Shai PinA, Administrative Specialist
Email: lgbt@ohio.edu
Phone: 740-593-4686

Link to posting: https://www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/postings/32349

Job Description

It’s an exciting time to join Ohio University and the Division of Diversity and Inclusion on our journey down our #1 Strategic Presidential Pathway in Becoming a National Leader for Diversity and Inclusion.

Ohio University (OHIO) strives to be the best student-centered, trans-formative learning community in America, where approximately 35,000 students realize their promise, faculty advance knowledge, staff achieve excellence, and alumni become global leaders. OHIO is committed to fostering, embracing, and celebrating diversity in all its forms. Our Athens campus offers students a residential learning experience in one of the nation’s most picturesque academic settings. Additional campuses and centers serve students across the state, and online programs further advance the University’s commitment to providing educational access and opportunity.

In 2017, our president, Dr. M. Duane Nellis laid out his Strategic Pathways for OHIO. To support our path towards becoming a national leader for Diversity and Inclusion, Dr. Nellis did the following:
• Elevated the chief diversity position at OHIO from a vice provost to a Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion;
• Provided additional support, funding, and recognition to help define the University as a national model in Diversity and Inclusion;
• Established a goal of creating an environment where difference in all of its forms is welcomed and celebrated.

The Division of Diversity and Inclusion is comprised of four centers to further inclusive efforts on campus: The LGBT Center, The Multicultural Center, The Office for Multicultural Student Access and Retention (OMSAR), and The Women’s Center. The division continuously envisions and works to institutionalize multi-faceted strategies that welcome and uplift all members of the campus community. With specific focus on groups and individuals who have historically been excluded, underrepresented or marginalized within higher education, our university-wide efforts promote inclusive institutional policies, practices, and cultures through intersectional programs and initiatives, strategic communications, and advocacy. The Division serves and celebrates all people by helping them explore productive ways to navigate intersections of diverse identities, experiences, and perspectives

Dr. Gigi Secuban, Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion, seeks a creative, engaging, dynamic individual to join her leadership team as OHIO’s next Director of the LGBT center.

The director will work to engage a wide base of LGBTQ+ students, faculty, and staff through effective leadership and management of the Center and related programming and activities. 
The Director will be responsible for the strategic oversight, programming and coordination of all aspects of the LGBT Center including evaluating its strategic plan and mission centering on sexual and gender diversities and experiences with an inter-sectional perspective and various queer theory frameworks. The director will: 
• Research national best practices and modify them for Ohio University context.
• Provide content for internal and external communications.
• Advise and assist in the creation of marketing strategies for Center programming and other LGBTQ+ efforts on and off-campus.
• Oversee use of social media to promote the Center’s, Diversity and Inclusion’s, and Ohio University’s missions
• Liaise with regional campuses to increase awareness of resources available through the Center and in local communities.
• Develop and foster collaborative partnerships with internal and external constituents to ensure awareness of, and care for, LGBTQ+ identities and issues on campus and in surrounding communities.
• Serve as a member of committees, advisory groups, and task-forces for large initiatives to advocate on behalf of LGBTQ+ issues and other related strategic initiatives.
• Analyze programming regularly for effectiveness, including formal assessments as warranted.
• Develop, deliver, and/or oversee the execution of quality programs for faculty, staff, students and community members that promote sexual and gender diversity as well as equity for LGBTQ+ individuals and groups.
• Present on programming and services at conferences.

The Director will be accountable for efficient and effective administrative and fiscal management of the Center including supervising, training, and communicating with professional staff, graduate assistants, interns, and undergraduate student staff to ensure alignment with strategic objectives of the Center, the Division, and the University. Under the direction of the Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion, the Director will collaborate with finance professionals in the Business Service Center to manage Center funding.

The Director will collaborate with University Advancement as needed to raise funds for the LGBT Center and LGBTQ+ initiatives across campus and to engage Alumni.

At the direction of the Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion, the Director may perform other related duties including instructing one course per semester in an academic unit such as Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Department of Social Work, or University College.

Ohio University is proud to offer a robust healthcare plan that includes maternity care, transgender care, counseling and mental healthcare, generous paid time off, paid parental leave, adoption reimbursement, 100% tuition coverage for eligible employees and dependents, and more. For more information, visit https://www.ohio.edu/hr/benefits.

As part of our constant effort to foster an inclusive, welcoming workplace, OHIO is home to various involvement opportunities for faculty and staff including a number of employee affinity organizations; a wide array of on-campus programming; shared governance opportunities; and a variety of mentoring, professional development, and continuing education opportunities. For more information, visit https://www.ohio.edu/hr/additional-resources/employee-involvement.

We are proud to meet the needs of our diverse workforce, students, and community members with an ever-growing list of resources including lactation spaces, prayer and meditation spaces, and a variety of campus centers and offices including the Office for University Accessibility and several centers housed within the Division of Diversity and Inclusion. For more information, visit https://www.ohio.edu/hr/resources/accessibility-and-accommodations.

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Development Manager

Portland, Oregon

Is remote? No


Q Center
Portland, OR

Website: http://www.pdxqcenter.org

Posted: July 3, 2019

Contact Information

Name: cameron whitten, Executive Director
Email: jobs@pdxqcenter.org
Phone: (503) 890-5716

Link to posting: https://jobs.macslist.org/job/development-manager-portland-oregon-11190

Job Description

Job Description

Position title: Development Manager
Reports To: Executive Director
Pay Grade: $44,000 – $49,000 a year, based on experience, overtime exempt
Benefits: Six holidays, sick time, PTO accrual, medical, and dental insurance.

**Interested candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible in order to receive time-sensitive information about the hiring process. Application instructions are below.**

SUMMARY: The Development Manager works in close collaboration with the Board, Executive Director, community and staff to advance the financial health and mission of the Q Center. Supervised by the Executive Director, roles for this position include individual donor stewardship, grantwriting, database management, special event management and execution, communications and community outreach.

ABOUT Q CENTER: Q Center is Portland’s LGBTQ2SIA+ community center, proudly serving communities and allies in the Pacific Northwest. Our mission is to provide safe spaces, community building and empowerment for the positive transformation of LGBTQ2SIA+ communities and allies in the Pacific Northwest. We provide safe spaces, resources, and advocacy to support LGBTQ2SIA+ resilience seven days a week, serving over 20,000 visitors each year. 

WHY YOU SHOULD APPLY: Q Center is a well known in Portland’s nonprofit sector, serving our community since 2003 and boasting a robust online presence. Our high energy work environment encourages flexible work schedules, collaborative leadership, and multiple opportunities for professional advancement. We proudly have a team of diverse and passionate staff and volunteers.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Highly developed interpersonal skills, including excellent oral, written and listening communication

  • Ability to think strategically while paying attention to detail and meeting deadlines.

  • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and passion for improving the community Q Center aims to serve.

  • Excellent organizational skills, such as convening meetings, scheduling, and note taking.

  • Experience with individual giving campaigns, grantwriting, and donor stewardship.

  • Experience with project management, event planning, and event coordination.

  • Knowledge and experience to identify social justice issues and be culturally responsive with an equity, diversity and inclusion framework.

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, Google Suite, and the ability to quickly learn additional software.

  • Spanish or ASL fluency or familiarity with translation software is a plus. 

  • Requires travel to offsite meetings and a valid driver’s license is preferred but other forms of transportation are acceptable as long as position requirements are met in a timely manner. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Individual Giving (30%)

  • Manage annual fundraising projects, individual, and major donor campaigns.

  • Develop and lead strategies for donor recruitment and retention, as well as new relationship development.

  • Plan and implement programs to cultivate planned gifts, including wills and bequests. 

Special Events (25%)

  • Manage planning for annual SHINE gala, including solicitation, production, promotion, volunteer coordination, and coordinating debriefs follow-ups.

  • Lead and support fundraising events throughout the year, such as Give!Guide! fundraiser, Pride Night fundraisers, and new projects.

  • Identify fundraising event sponsors for cash and in-kind donations. 

Communications/Community Relations (15%)

  • Formulate and direct a community relations program to increase public visibility and engagement with Q Center’s mission.

  • Direct the regular creation of the Q Center newsletter and prepare media communications such as press releases and media inquiries to promote organizational visibility.

  • Engage in strategic outreach to stakeholders by attending external community events and networking.

Grant Management (10%)

  • Assist in the identification, research, writing, and review of grant proposals.

  • Ensure awarded grant deliverables are met and grant reports are filed, in coordination with program and executive staff.

Donor Information Management (10%)

  • Manage donor records and donor communications using Q Center’s customer relations management platforms. 

  • Manage data used for direct mail, newsletters, event invitations, etc.

Additional Duties and Responsibilities (10%)

  • Work closely with program staff to understand program-funding needs and create opportunities to attract financial support.

  • Submit a monthly fundraising report to the Board of Directors or appropriate sub-committee of the Board.

  • Willingly and cooperatively perform duties that may not be in the job description.

  • Schedule flexibility is required for meetings outside business hours.  

PROFESSIONAL OR EQUIVALENT EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: This position recommends three to five years of experience in development. Must be able to work independently and as part of an integrated team.  

Q CENTER NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY: Q Center is committed to creating and maintaining a socially diverse staff, volunteer and program member base. Q Center does not discriminate on the basis of class background or current income; employment status or type of employment; race; ethnicity, color, or national origin; religious background, creed, or affiliation; gender, gender expression or gender identity; sex; sexual orientation or sexual identity; age; height or weight; immigration status; past, present, or future disability, medical, or health condition; veteran or military status; relationship (marital or partnership) status; or any other protected status in accordance with federal, state, or local laws. 

TO APPLY: By 5pm Friday July 19th, 2019, submit a resume addressing your experience relevant to these responsibilities and qualifications. Also submit a cover letter that answers these three questions:

Question 1: Share a brief biography about you, your professional goals, and why you want to work with Q Center.

Question 2: Describe your experience with communities of color and racial equity work.

Questions 3: Describe your experience with LGBTQ communities and LGBTQ advocacy in Portland.

Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis. Submit your application via email to jobs@pdxqcenter.org. The subject line MUST BE: “[last name] Development Manager Application”.

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Health Programs & Supportive Services Manager

Allentown, Pennsylvania

Is remote? No


Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center
Allentown, PA

Website: https://www.bradburysullivancenter.org/

Posted: July 12, 2019

Contact Information

Name: Sharon Brotzman, Administrative Manager
Email: sharon@bradburysullivancenter.org
Phone: 610-347-9988

Link to posting: https://www.bradburysullivancenter.org/career_opportunities

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LGBTQ Outreach Advocate

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Is remote? No


Women's Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA

Website: https://www.wcspittsburgh.org

Posted: July 19, 2019

Contact Information

Name: Allison Kacmar Richards, Director of Administration
Email: careers@wcspittsburgh.org
Phone: 412-687-8017

Link to posting: https://www.wcspittsburgh.org

Job Description

Provides engagement, outreach and community-based weekly support groups for LGBTQ victims of domestic violence/partner abuse. Ensures the Sanctuary model informs all services.

Please see our website: www.wcspittsburgh.org under the "Who We Are" menu / Job Opportunities for more information

on this job listing.

Please send  your cover letter and resume by August 2, 2019 to careers@wcspittsburgh.org 

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Communications and Marketing Manager

Houston, Texas

Is remote? No


the Montrose Center
Houston, TX

Website: http://www.montrosecenter.org

Posted: August 15, 2019

Contact Information

Name: the Montrose Center/T. Stewart, Operations & Prevention Director
Email: employment@montrosecenter.org
Phone: 713.800.0885

Link to posting: http://www.montrosecenter.org/comms-manager/

Job Description

The Communications and Marketing Manager is responsible for managing internal and external communications, marketing opportunities, social media and graphic design. This includes communications to a wide range of stakeholders, including but not limited to employees, donors, media, bloggers, influential members of the community, consumers, clients, program participants and the public.

This position requires self-motivation and ability to work independently, while coordinating and playing a leadership role on the larger development team. Creativity and a high degree of accountability in meeting mutually agreed deadlines is a must.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing or related field. Master’s Degree preferred. 3-5 years of experience in marketing and communications. Computer literate in Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Knowledge of SalesForce Software or equivalent highly desirable. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Knowledge of graphic design software; Adobe Creative Suite preferred. Knowledge of website design software. WordPress preferred. High stress threshold and adept in crisis management. Detailed knowledge of community resources, special issues of the LGBTQ community.

To apply: Send resume and salary requirements in PDF to employment@montrosecenter.org.

Equal Opportunity Employer
It is the policy of the Montrose Center to recruit, hire, train, compensate and promote staff members on the basis of merit and without discrimination on the basis of age, sex, race, national origin, disability, religious preference, marital status, parental status, pregnancy, political affiliation or belief, sexual orientation or gender identity or expression.

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Housing Case Manager FT

Houston, Texas

Is remote? No


the Montrose Center
Houston, TX

Website: http://www.montrosecenter.org

Posted: August 7, 2019

Contact Information

Name: the Montrose Center/T. Stewart, Operations & Prevention Director
Email: employment@montrosecenter.org
Phone: 713-800-0885

Link to posting: http://www.montrosecenter.org/category/employment-jobs/

Job Description

The Montrose Center is accepting applications for a full-time Housing Case Manager to help individuals living with HIV identify and access resources which promote sustainable living conditions, including rent/utility assistance, linkage to medical care, food, clothing, and employment programs. Empower clients to assess personal needs and handle appropriately following program discharge. Responsible for assisting clients in obtaining safe and affordable housing and helping them meet their goals throughout the program. Pluses: Experience with and/or knowledge of residential leasing; TBRA; Americans with Disabilities Act, Fair Housing and HUD-funded Supportive Housing Programs; Supportive Housing best practices; Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) certification. Requirements: Preferred applicants have MSW and a minimum of two years’ experience working with Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA); subsidized housing; two years’ professional experience acceptable. Bilingual Spanish strongly preferred. Working knowledge of community resources, treatment of HIV medical concerns, the LGBTQ community, chemical dependency, and federal housing programs. Apply: Email PDF cover letter w/salary requirements and PDF résumé - . Equal Opportunity Employer

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LCSW Staff Therapist

Houston, Texas

Is remote? No


the Montrose Center
Houston, TX

Website: http://www.montrosecenter.org

Posted: August 15, 2019

Contact Information

Name: the Montrose Center/T. Stewart, Operations & Prevention Director
Email: employment@montrosecenter.org
Phone: 713.800.0885

Link to posting: http://www.montrosecenter.org/lcsw-staff-therapist/

Job Description

LCSW-level therapist will provide professional individual, group and family/couples counseling regarding a variety of life issues and behavioral health conditions in an atmosphere that is safe and affirming toward LGBT individuals and persons living with HIV/AIDS. Flexible schedule.

Requirements: Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Two (2) years’ experience in adult therapy of which an internship or field placement may be considered. Chemical Dependency treatment experience a plus. Experience with treating trauma survivors a plus. Bilingual Spanish or American Sign Language a plus.

To Apply: Send cover letter, resume, and salary requirements in PDF to employment@montrosecenter.org.

Equal Opportunity Employer
It is the policy of the Montrose Center to recruit, hire, train, compensate and promote staff members on the basis of merit and without discrimination on the basis of age, sex, race, national origin, disability, religious preference, marital status, parental status, pregnancy, political affiliation or belief, sexual orientation or gender identity or expression.

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LGBTQ Health Outreach Social Media Intern

Houston, Texas

Is remote? No


the Montrose Center
Houston, TX

Website: http://www.montrosecenter.org

Posted: August 7, 2019

Contact Information

Name: the Montrose Center/T. Stewart, Operations & Prevention Director
Email: employment@montrosecenter.org
Phone: 713.800.0885

Link to posting: http://www.montrosecenter.org/category/employment-jobs/

Job Description

The Montrose Center is accepting applications for a Social Media/Communications intern to assist our LGBTQ Health Outreach and Education programs. The intern will be expected to maintain a set schedule of 10+ hours and complete scheduled assignments on a weekly basis, including development of program newsletters, event media, and online advocacy tools. A qualified candidate will have flexible availability, including daytime and early evening hours. The candidate should be comfortable utilizing computer systems and social media tools. Above average knowledge of social media systems preferred. Personal access to media design suites is an asset but is not required for consideration. To Apply: Send resume, cover letter, and any academic requirements in PDF to . Equal Opportunity Employer It is the policy of the Montrose Center to recruit, hire, train, compensate and promote staff members on the basis of merit and without discrimination on the basis of age, sex, race, national origin, disability, religious preference, marital status, parental status, disability pregnancy, political affiliation or belief, sexual orientation or gender identity or expression.

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LMSW, LBSW, LPC-level CLINICAL CASE MANAGER

Houston, Texas

Is remote? No


the Montrose Center
Houston, TX

Website: http://www.montrosecenter.org

Posted: July 12, 2019

Contact Information

Name: the Montrose Center/T. Stewart, Operations & Prevention Director
Email: employment@montrosecenter.org
Phone: 713-800-0885

Link to posting: http://www.montrosecenter.org/category/employment-jobs/

Job Description

LMSW, LBSW, LPC-level CLINICAL CASE MANAGER NEEDED to work with HIV+ clients with behavioral health needs to assist them in identifying and accessing resources to meet needs of daily living, including medical, legal, counseling, food, clothing and shelter. Works with HIV+ clients and their families in stabilizing daily living issues, motivational interviewing and clinical work with clients resistant to traditional counseling or substance abuse treatment. Empowers clients to handle their needs and life issues independently.

Requirements: LMSW, LBSW, LPC, LPC-I. Bilingual preferred. Working knowledge of community resources and special treatment issues for HIV diseases, the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community, chemical dependency and twelve-step programs is a plus.

All applicants should email, in PDF, cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to employment@montrosecenter.org.

Equal Opportunity Employer

http://www.montrosecenter.org/category/employment-jobs/

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OPERATIONS DIRECTOR

Houston, Texas

Is remote? No


the Montrose Center
Houston, TX

Website: http://www.montrosecenter.org

Posted: July 31, 2019

Contact Information

Name: the Montrose Center, Operations & Prevention Director
Email: employment@montrosecenter.org
Phone: 713-800-0885

Link to posting: http://www.montrosecenter.org/category/employment-jobs/

Job Description

Position manages all human resource functions and supervises the management of the building. Depending upon experience and degree, the position may also supervise prevention program coordinators and other program areas.  

 

Qualifications:  Experience in human resources and property management preferred. Master’s degree preferred.  Preferred bilingual  Spanish and/or ASL. 

To Apply:  Send resume in PDF format and cover letter with salary requirements to employment@montrosecenter.org

Equal Opportunity Employer
It is the policy of the Montrose Center to recruit, hire, train, compensate and promote staff members on the basis of merit and without discrimination on the basis of age, sex, race, national origin, disability, religious preference, marital status, parental status, disability pregnancy, political affiliation or belief, sexual orientation or gender identity or expression.

 

http://www.montrosecenter.org/category/employment-jobs/

 

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Senior Housing Campaign VISTA

Houston, Texas

Is remote? No


the Montrose Center
Houston, TX

Website: http://www.montrosecenter.org

Posted: June 24, 2019

Contact Information

Name: the Montrose Center/Timothy Stewart, Operations & Prevention Director
Email: employment@montrosecenter.org
Phone: 713-800-0885

Link to posting: http://www.montrosecenter.org/senior-housing-campaign-vista/

Job Description

Senior Housing Campaign VISTA

This dynamic team member will assist with our capital campaign
for the nation’s second largest LGBTQ affirming affordable senior housing center called “There’s No Place Like Home”. The project will house 150 seniors in affordable housing and this position will allow the member to experience elements of a nonprofit capital campaign including campaign special events, donor stewardship and potential resident outreach.

Requirements: One full year of service through the AmeriCorps VISTA Program (6/10/19 – 6/8/2020). 35 hour work week. Love of community, superior networking skills, and an A+ team player attitude required!

Benefits: Bi-weekly living allowance, education award or end of year stipend, health benefits available, 10 personal days off per service year + 10 medical days off per service year.

To Apply: To learn more about signing up with AmeriCorps VISTA go to www.nationalservice.gov. Sign up, search, and apply for the Montrose Center opportunities – or call Judy Bodnar, MPA, Lead VISTA with any questions. (713) 529-0037  ext. 434 | leadvista@montrosecenter.org

AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) members bring passion and perseverance where the need is greatest: to organizations that help eradicate poverty. AmeriCorps VISTA members serve as a catalyst for change, living and working alongside community members to meet our nation’s most pressing challenges and advance local solutions.

Equal Opportunity Employer
It is the policy of the Montrose Center to recruit, hire, train, compensate and promote staff members on the basis of merit and without discrimination on the basis of age, sex, race, national origin, disability, religious preference, marital status, parental status, pregnancy, political affiliation or belief, sexual orientation or gender identity or expression.

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Youth Outreach Worker (Part-time)

Houston, Texas

Is remote? No


the Montrose Center
Houston, TX

Website: http://www.montrosecenter.org

Posted: July 29, 2019

Contact Information

Name: the Montrose Center/Timothy Stewart, Operations & Prevention Director
Email: employment@montrosecenter.org
Phone: 713.800.0885

Link to posting: http://www.montrosecenter.org/category/employment-jobs/

Job Description

Part-time outreach workers needed to provide linkage to agency and community services at targeted locations frequented by homeless and/or trauma survivors, and at-risk LGBTQ youth ages 13-24 and to provide program resources information to youth serving professionals in the areas of homeless youth services. Goal is to assist them in identifying and accessing resources to meet needs of safety and daily living.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Link youth clients to direct care services
  • Distribute relevant program specific informational materials in the community.
  • Conduct street and school outreach work. 
  • Work with school homeless liaisons and GSA’s
  • Monitor outreach progress and submit monthly internal progress reports and activity logs to supervisor.
  • Must be available to work flexible hours as needed for special events/activities as assigned by supervisor. 
  • Represent the program at meetings as assigned by supervisor to network with other youth serving organizations.
  • Required to download a GPS app and take screenshots that includes a date and timestamp of the areas covered throughout outreach shift to track prime locations for LGBTQIA homeless and/or traumatized youth and corroborate time reports

 

Qualifications:  Part-time position. Mixture of weekday day time and weekend evening working hours. High school diploma or GED required. If in recovery, no less than two years chemical free.  Able to interact easily with diverse groups in unusual situations. Requires a life perspective accepting of a wide variety of people’s issues, attitude’s, and lifestyles. Preferred bilingual Spanish and/or ASL. 

To Apply:  Send resume in PDF format and cover letter with hourly rate requirements to employment@montrosecenter.org

Equal Opportunity Employer
It is the policy of the Montrose Center to recruit, hire, train, compensate and promote staff members on the basis of merit and without discrimination on the basis of age, sex, race, national origin, disability, religious preference, marital status, parental status, disability pregnancy, political affiliation or belief, sexual orientation or gender identity or expression.

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Temporary Administrative Assistant (Intern Program)

Alexandria, Virginia

Is remote? No


Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC

Website: http://hrc.org/

Posted: July 30, 2019

Contact Information

Name: Nick Winchester

Link to posting: https://hrc-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index....

Job Description

We strongly encourage people of color, transgender and non-binary people to apply. HRC is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes everyone, including non-LGBTQ people, to join our team.

 

Position Summary

 

The Internship Program Assistant is responsible for providing administrative support to the Human Rights Campaign’s Internship Program. This is a temporary position expected to last for six months.

 

Position Responsibilities

 

  • Places job postings/advertisements for HRC internship program each semester.
  • Creates offer letters and processes background checks for new interns.
  • Assists with new intern onboarding and updates PowerPoint each semester or as needed. Serves as backup for conducting new intern orientation.
  • Creates new intern packets. Updates forms as needed.
  • Processes and quality checks new intern paperwork and creates employment file.
  • Work with Finance to create check requests for scholarships and stipends each semester
  • Assists and acts as backup to Jr. HR Generalist with using the intern applicant tracking system (ATS).
  • Creates and updates intern-tracking spreadsheet each semester.
  • Ensures intern supervisors complete New Hire and Separation forms in a timely manner.
  • Conducts research into internship best practices
  • Creates agendas for weekly Internship Meeting
  • Serves as the first point of contact for external callers and questions about the Internship Program.
  • Runs reports with internship ATS and analyzes data on a routine basis.
  • Assists Jr. HR Generalist in creating partnerships with schools and organizations for Internship Program.
  • Organizes events and field trips for the Internship Program.
  • Maintains confidentiality and security of all intern and proprietary company information.
  • Processes monthly credit card and expense reports.
  • Fulfills requests for verifications of employment for interns.
  • Works with Senior Training Manager to plan brown bags and order catering.
  • Maintains and files all intern-related records in compliance with the law, keeping all program records (paper and electronic) well organized and up-to-date.
  • May provides additional administrative support to the HR department.
  • Attend internship fairs.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Position Qualifications

 

  • Bachelor's degree (or equivalent work experience) required. One to two years of administrative experience preferred.
  • Exceptional attention to detail and strong organizational skills are required, and are essential to succeeding in this role.
  • Experience with videoconferencing (Skype, GoToMeeting, Zoom, etc.) software preferred.
  • Must be able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously while prioritizing important issues.
  • Commitment to high quality and timely work product a must.
  • Must have the ability to interact professionally and effectively with individuals at all levels of the organization.
  • Excellent customer service skills, strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to maintain composure and good judgment when dealing with deadlines, dissatisfied employees, or fast paced environment.
  • Knowledge of or interest in LGBTQ issues is preferred. Sincere openness to learn about administering HR services to diverse groups of employees is required.
  • Proficient with MS Office Suite and Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive).

 

All positions at the Human Rights Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically. Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.

 

No phone calls or emails, please. Due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to queries about application status

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