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California


HIV Programs Assistant
Corte Madera, California
The Spahr Center
Corte Madera, CA
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Director of Human Resources
Los Angeles, California
Equality California
Sacramento, CA
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Director of Human Resources
Los Angeles, California
Equality California
Sacramento, CA
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Managing Director of Operations
Los Angeles, California
Equality California
Sacramento, CA
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Managing Director of Operations
Los Angeles, California
Equality California
Sacramento, CA
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Chief Marketing and Communications Officer
Los Angeles, California
Los Angeles LGBT Center
Los Angeles, CA
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Major Gifts Officer
Palm Springs, California
LGBTQ Community Center of the Desert
Palm Springs, CA
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Membership Manager
Palm Springs, California
LGBTQ Community Center of the Desert
Palm Springs, CA
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Executive Assistant
Sacramento, California
Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA
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Manager of Community Support Services (MCSS)
San Francisco, California
Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center
San Francisco, CA
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Colorado


VP of Development and Communication
Denver, Colorado
The Center on Colfax
Denver, CO
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Young Adult Program Manager
Denver, Colorado
The Center on Colfax
Denver, CO
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District of Columbia


Field Director
Washington, District of Columbia
National LGBTQ Task Force
Washington, DC
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Major Gifts Officer
Washington, District of Columbia
National LGBTQ Task Force
Washington, DC
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Florida


Communications Coordinator
Jacksonville, Florida
JASMYN - Jacksonville Area Sexual Minority Youth Network
Jacksonville, FL
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Prevention, Outeach and Testing Specialist
Jacksonville, Florida
JASMYN, Inc.
Jacksonville, FL
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Illinois


Youth and Family Program Manager
Chicago, Illinois
Center on Halsted
Chicago, IL
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Youth Culture Coordinator
Chicago, Illinois
Center on Halsted
Chicago, IL
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Youth Development Manager
Chicago, Illinois
Center on Halsted
Chicago, IL
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Policy Associate
Chicago, Illinois
Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation
Chicago, IL
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Michigan


Marketing & Communications Manager
Ferndale, Michigan
Affirmations
Ferndale, MI
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Executive Director
Holland, Michigan
Out On The Lakeshore
Holland, MI
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Missouri


Executive Director
Springfield, Missouri
The GLO Center
Springfield, MO
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Nebraska


Temporary On-Call Program Facilitator
Remote, Nebraska
Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools
Remote, NE
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New Mexico


Reproductive Rights Policy Advocate
Las Cruces, New Mexico
ACLU of New Mexico
NM
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New York


Prevention Educator
New City, New York
Community Awareness Network for a Drug-free Life and Environment, Inc. (CANDLE)
New City, NY
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Call Center Representative, Escalation team
New York, New York
Amida Care
New York, NY
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Community Health Outreach Worker
New York, New York
Amida Care
New York, NY
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Executive Assistant (Finance and Compliance)
New York, New York
Amida Care
New York, NY
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Health Navigator
New York, New York
Amida Care
New York, NY
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Member Services Representative
New York, New York
Amida Care
New York, NY
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Member Services Representative - Outbound
New York, New York
Amida Care
New York, NY
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Provider Network & Ancillary Contract Representative
New York, New York
Amida Care
New York, NY
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Recruiter - Human Resources
New York, New York
Amida Care
New York, NY
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Vehicle Driver - Community Outreach
New York, New York
Amida Care
New York, NY
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Storytelling Coaches
New York, New York
Life Jacket Theatre Company
New York, NY
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Vice President of Development
New York, New York
Point Source Youth
New York, NY
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North Carolina


Assistant Director, GLBT Center
Raleigh, North Carolina
GLBT Center - North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC
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Oregon


Continuous Improvement Specialist
Portland, Oregon
Children's Institute
Portland, OR
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Development Associate
Portland, Oregon
Children's Institute
Portland, OR
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Finance & Operations Assistant
Portland, Oregon
Children's Institute
Portland, OR
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Pennsylvania


Director of Development
Allentown, Pennsylvania
Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center
Allentown, PA
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Director of Development
Allentown, Pennsylvania
Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center
Allentown, PA
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Vermont


Community Organizer
Brattleboro, Vermont
Out in the Open
Brattleboro, VT
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Summits & Fellowships Coordinator
Brattleboro, Vermont
Out in the Open
Brattleboro, VT
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Development and Communications Director
Burlington, Vermont
Pride Center of Vermont
Burlington, VT
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Washington


Co-Executive Director of Finance & Administration
Seattle, Washington
Gay City: Seattle's LGBTQ Center
Seattle, WA
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Data Coordinator
Seattle, Washington
Gay City: Seattle's LGBTQ Center
Seattle, WA
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Accounting Coordinator
Seattle, Washington
Panorama Global
Seattle, WA
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Financial Analyst
Seattle, Washington
Panorama Global
Seattle, WA
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Internal Communications Manager
Seattle, Washington
Panorama Global
Seattle, WA
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People Operations Associate
Seattle, Washington
Panorama Global
Seattle, WA
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Senior People & Culture Partner
Seattle, Washington
Panorama Global
Seattle, WA
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Talent Acquisition Specialist
Seattle, Washington
Panorama Global
Seattle, WA
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Bookkeeper
Seattle, Washington
Trans Families | Gender Odyssey Alliance
Seattle, WA
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Events Manager
Seattle, Washington
Trans Families | Gender Odyssey Alliance
Seattle, WA
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Portal Manager
Seattle, Washington
Trans Families | Gender Odyssey Alliance
Seattle, WA
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Assistant Director of Community Engagement
SEATTLE, Washington
Pride Foundation
SEATTLE, WA
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Vice President of Policy
Washington DC, DC, Washington
Point Source Youth
New York, NY
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HIV Programs Assistant

Corte Madera, California

Is remote? No


The Spahr Center
Corte Madera, CA

Website: https://thespahrcenter.org

Posted: June 22, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Leslie Gallen, Deputy Director
Email: lgallen@thespahrcenter.org
Phone: 4158868558

Job Description

The Spahr Center provides cultural and community programs and health programs and direct services in celebration and support of Marin County, California’s LGBTQ+ and HIV communities.

 

With a 40-year history of providing non-medical services to income-qualified people living with HIV, The Spahr Center offers case management, benefits advocacy, food assistance, emergency financial assistance, mental health services, and peer support groups for people living with HIV. 

The HIV Programs Assistant works collaboratively as part of the HIV programs team. This is a non-exempt position reporting to the Deputy Director. 

Responsibilities:

 

  • Coordination of food and transportation cards and emergency financial assistance

 

      • Ensure timeline distribution of monthly food and transportation cards for HIV clients
      • Ensure timely check requests for client emergency financial assistance
      • Data entry and record keeping for all food cards and emergency financial assistance

 

  • Backup support for food pantry

 

      • As back up to food pantry managers, assist with client food delivery and distribution
      • Assist with food pickup from food donors

 

  • Administrative support for HIV programs

 

      • Steward, cultivate, and solicit gifts from individual donors
      • Coordinate annual grassroots fundraising campaign
      • Coordinate and enhance AIDS Walk fundraising
      • Develop monthly giving program

 

  • Coordination of ADAP and Client Recertifications

 

      • Coordinate annual recertification of HIV client eligibility
      • Coordinate primary applications and annual recertifications of AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) for HIV clients
      • Ensure corporate sponsor benefits are fully-implemented
      • Maintain corporate sponsor agreements

 

  • Group facilitation

 

      • Facilitate one monthly support group for HIV clients (exact group TBD)

 

  • Administrative support for HIV programs

 

      • Data entry
      • Assistance with continuous quality improvement for HIV programs

 

  • General responsibilities

 

    • Participation in staff and department meetings as scheduled
    • Other duties as assigned

Requirements

  • Attention to detail
  • Strong written and verbal communication
  • Excellent analytical skills
  • Ability to utilize technology to achieve results
  • Energy, enthusiasm, and motivation for ensuring equity for LGBTQ+ and HIV communities
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team and be able to prioritize and manage multiple tasks effectively and efficiently
  • Prior non-profit experience
  • Prior experience in working with historically excluded and minoritized populations
  • Demonstrated track record of completing tasks in a timely manner
  • Passionate learner who is motivated to take on new challenges
  • Current driver's license
  • Completion of background check
  • High School Diploma or GED

Preferences

  • Bachelor’s Degree in social work, human services, public health or related fields
  • Spanish-language spoken and written proficiency

This is a full-time position with an hourly rate of $22.00 to $25.00 an hour. Salary will be offered for this position based upon the successful candidate’s prior experience. The Spahr Center offers health, dental, vision, life, and long-term disability insurance and offers an FSA plan, and vacation time. Excellent working environment in central Marin County, California within close proximity to numerous restaurants, parks, and trails. 

Our goal is to be a workplace that is representative of the community we serve. The Spahr Center has a non-discrimination policy and we welcome applications from LGBTQ+ people, Black, Indigenous, and other people of color, people living with HIV, people with disabilities, and women. Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center is a ban-the-box organization. If you are a member of an under-represented community, you are encouraged to self-identify in your cover letter. If you are bilingual with English and either Spanish or ASL, please indicate your language skills in your cover letter. The candidate who best meets the job qualifications and needs of the organization will be selected for the position. 

The Spahr Center requires all employees to receive full COVID-19 vaccination, including booster dose.

The position is open immediately and applications will be considered on a rolling basis. To apply for this position, please email your résumé, a responsive cover letter, a writing sample and list of three references as ONE document in PDF format to deputy director Leslie Galley (she/her) at lgallen@thespahrcenter.org

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Director of Human Resources

Los Angeles, California

Is remote? No


Equality California
Sacramento, CA

Website: https://www.eqca.org/

Posted: June 19, 2022

Contact Information

Link to posting: https://www.eqca.org/directorofhr/

Job Description

ABOUT EQUALITY CALIFORNIA

Equality California is the nation’s largest statewide lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer+ (LGBTQ+) civil rights organization with over 900,000 members. Equality California brings the voices of LGBTQ+ people and allies to institutions of power in California and across the United States, striving to create a world that is healthy, just, and fully equal for all LGBTQ+ people. We advance civil rights and social justice by inspiring, advocating, and mobilizing through an inclusive movement that works tirelessly on behalf of those we serve. For more than 20 years, Equality California has been fighting for full, lived LGBTQ+ equality in a number of ways: electing pro-equality leaders up and down the ballot; passing pro-equality legislation in California, Nevada and Washington, DC; and fighting for LGBTQ+ civil rights and social justice in the courtroom.

Equality California Institute is a 501(c)(3) organization that has a parallel mission to Equality California, its 501(c)(4) counterpart. Equality California Institute works to achieve full, lived LGBTQ+ equality by reducing disparities in LGBTQ+ health and well-being, developing a pipeline of LGBTQ+ leaders and increasing civic participation within the LGBTQ+ community.

POSITION SUMMARY

Equality California is hiring an experienced, high-performing Director of Human Resources to develop and lead all human resource functional areas, including benefits administration, talent acquisition and retention, compensation and performance appraisal, leadership development, and workforce culture. Additionally, the Director of Human Resources will manage several organizational administrative responsibilities, including facilities management, contract and vendor relationships, and technology consultants.

The Director of Human Resources is responsible for all areas of the employee experience while developing and improving Equality California culture. This position supports a partially unionized workforce and is pivotal in helping to ensure Equality California employees feel supported and enjoy working at the organization. The Director of Human Resources will report to the Managing Director of Operations and will manage an Administrative Manager.

The ideal candidate must be a strong HR practitioner. Candidates should have at least 8+ years of broad HR experience including – HR functional and strategic skills, relationship building, policy creation, coaching, mentoring, and culture development. Candidates should have demonstrated success in managing and growing HR functions.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The Director of Human Resources’ Primary Responsibilities include:

  • Strategic Development:
    • Manage ongoing negotiations with union and relationship with union members
    • Design and implement culture programs that improve office dynamics and are rooted in the organization’s values as the nation’s largest statewide LGBTQ+ civil rights organization
    • Develop and operationalize the performance evaluation process
    • Support employee growth and development by connecting them to stellar training opportunities
    • Manage and develop direct reports to ensure professional growth, including coaching and providing ongoing timely and direct feedback about performance
  • Culture-Building & Employee Experience:
    • Serve as the first point of contact for all staff and provide day-to-day direction and support for all aspects of human resources
    • Develop relationships with all employees and advise on HR, cultural, and other organizational concerns
    • Conduct culture surveys and implement improvement strategies with accountable KPIs
    • Ensure the organization’s core values are woven into the internal structure and nurture a positive organizational culture by communicating policies, guidelines, and positions to all employees in a timely manner
    • Drive employee engagement and satisfaction through ongoing learning and development
    • Ensure compliance training for all local, state, and federal laws
    • Lead the racial equity steering committee by facilitating meetings and developing work plans to support efforts around racial equity within the organization’s external and internal programs
  • Recruitment and Retention:
    • Lead talent acquisition strategy to ensure that the organization is sourcing, recruiting, and ultimately hiring qualified and diverse candidates
    • Manage full-cycle recruitment, including sourcing, application review, conducting interviews, support reference checks, and offering equitable hiring recommendations
    • Support new hires in a comprehensive and positive onboarding experience to ensure that new employees are set up for success and acclimated to Equality California’s organizational history, goals, culture, and values
    • Develop and analyze compensation structure
    • Manage a clear and concise offboarding process for departing employees
  • HR Management & Administration Support
    • Manage outside benefit administrators and other HR supporting contractors
    • Maintain accurate administrative and personnel files, including documentation of all staff changes
    • Maintain employee handbook with new and developing legislature and policies
    • Own all facilities-related matters. Including interfacing with key facility stakeholders, including, the building management and owners, janitorial support, and security
    • Manage the state charitable solicitation registration process, including registration, renewal, and compliance
    • Lead key administrative projects, such as office relocation, adoption of new technology, office furniture, and storage
    • Conduct assessment and renewal of organizational insurance policies, including general liability, etc.
  • Technology Support 
    • Supervise and lead the organization’s technical design by working with outside IT consultants
    • Set the technical tools and systems for operational effectiveness
    • Develop a tracking system for the organization’s technology purchases and lead the process for updating technology
    • Manage relationships and contracts with related vendors (i.e., accounting, property management, office equipment, IT support)
    • Ensure the proper functioning and maintenance of Equality California facilities
    • Lead troubleshooting efforts related to technology, facilities, and other duties as assigned

KEY EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS

What you’ve accomplished (required):

  • Bachelor’s Degree in HR or related field, Master’s Degree strongly preferred
  • At least 8 years of HR management experience required; in a union environment preferred
  • Communication, decision-making, and interpersonal skills coupled with sound judgment; optimistic and forward-looking in all messages and decisions

Other things you might have accomplished or would be excited to learn here:

  • Demonstrated experience providing vision and leadership
  • Detail orientated, logical, and methodological approach to problem solving
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Excellent interpersonal skills – ability to relate to individuals at all levels
  • Experience with union negotiations and management

Skills you have developed and knowledge you have acquired:

  • Ability to adapt to the needs of the organization and employees
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and delegate them when appropriate to meet deadlines and expectations
  • Thorough knowledge of employment-related laws and regulations
  • Excellent presentation skills; ability to present and facilitate employee trainings and culture initiatives
  • Supervisory and people management experience
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office and Google Workspace

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS

Salary will be based on experience and includes competitive benefits (healthcare, dental, vision, long/short term disability, life insurance and 401K). This full-time position will be based out of the Los Angeles office with the option of working remotely two days a week. A flexible schedule including evening and weekend work time, as well as regular travel across California and sometimes, Nevada. Applicants will be reimbursed for mileage but must have a reliable car and be able to drive in California.

TO APPLY

Equality California has partnered with RCG Talent Solutions on our search for the Director of Human Resources. Please follow this link to submit your application and direct all questions to openroles@rcgtalent.com.

RELEVANT POLICIES AT EQUALITY CALIFORNIA

Equality California is an equal employment opportunity employer. Equality California does not make employment decisions or discriminate based on protected characteristics including, but not limited to, race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sex, gender (including gender identity and/or gender expression), sexual orientation, age, physical or mental handicaps, veteran status, or genetic information as prescribed by applicable local, state, and federal law. We strongly encourage diverse candidates to apply, including, but not limited to, women, people of color, people of diverse gender identities, and non-LGBTQ+ allies.

Qualified Applicants with Criminal Histories will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with the requirements of the California Consumer Reporting Agencies Act and Los Angeles’s Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance.

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Director of Human Resources

Los Angeles, California

Is remote? No


Equality California
Sacramento, CA

Website: https://www.eqca.org/

Posted: June 5, 2022

Contact Information

Link to posting: https://www.eqca.org/directorofhr/

Job Description

Position: Director of Human Resources (Los Angeles)

Type: Full-Time, Non-Exempt, Hourly

Reports to:Managing Director of Operations

Start Date: As soon as possible

Closing date of this position: Open until filled

ABOUT EQUALITY CALIFORNIA

Equality California is the nation’s largest statewide lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer+ (LGBTQ+) civil rights organization with over 900,000 members. Equality California brings the voices of LGBTQ+ people and allies to institutions of power in California and across the United States, striving to create a world that is healthy, just, and fully equal for all LGBTQ+ people. We advance civil rights and social justice by inspiring, advocating, and mobilizing through an inclusive movement that works tirelessly on behalf of those we serve. For more than 20 years, Equality California has been fighting for full, lived LGBTQ+ equality in a number of ways: electing pro-equality leaders up and down the ballot; passing pro-equality legislation in California, Nevada and Washington, DC; and fighting for LGBTQ+ civil rights and social justice in the courtroom.

Equality California Institute is a 501(c)(3) organization that has a parallel mission to Equality California, its 501(c)(4) counterpart. Equality California Institute works to achieve full, lived LGBTQ+ equality by reducing disparities in LGBTQ+ health and well-being, developing a pipeline of LGBTQ+ leaders and increasing civic participation within the LGBTQ+ community.

POSITION SUMMARY

Equality California is hiring an experienced, high-performing Director of Human Resources to develop and lead all human resource functional areas, including benefits administration, talent acquisition and retention, compensation and performance appraisal, leadership development, and workforce culture. Additionally, the Director of Human Resources will manage several organizational administrative responsibilities, including facilities management, contract and vendor relationships, and technology consultants.

The Director of Human Resources is responsible for all areas of the employee experience while developing and improving Equality California culture. This position supports a partially unionized workforce and is pivotal in helping to ensure Equality California employees feel supported and enjoy working at the organization. The Director of Human Resources will report to the Managing Director of Operations and will manage an Administrative Manager.

The ideal candidate must be a strong HR practitioner. Candidates should have at least 8+ years of broad HR experience including – HR functional and strategic skills, relationship building, policy creation, coaching, mentoring, and culture development. Candidates should have demonstrated success in managing and growing HR functions.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The Director of Human Resources’ Primary Responsibilities include:

  • Strategic Development:
    • Manage ongoing negotiations with union and relationship with union members
    • Design and implement culture programs that improve office dynamics and are rooted in the organization’s values as the nation’s largest statewide LGBTQ+ civil rights organization
    • Develop and operationalize the performance evaluation process
    • Support employee growth and development by connecting them to stellar training opportunities
    • Manage and develop direct reports to ensure professional growth, including coaching and providing ongoing timely and direct feedback about performance
  • Culture-Building & Employee Experience:
    • Serve as the first point of contact for all staff and provide day-to-day direction and support for all aspects of human resources
    • Develop relationships with all employees and advise on HR, cultural, and other organizational concerns
    • Conduct culture surveys and implement improvement strategies with accountable KPIs
    • Ensure the organization’s core values are woven into the internal structure and nurture a positive organizational culture by communicating policies, guidelines, and positions to all employees in a timely manner
    • Drive employee engagement and satisfaction through ongoing learning and development
    • Ensure compliance training for all local, state, and federal laws
    • Lead the racial equity steering committee by facilitating meetings and developing work plans to support efforts around racial equity within the organization’s external and internal programs
  • Recruitment and Retention:
    • Lead talent acquisition strategy to ensure that the organization is sourcing, recruiting, and ultimately hiring qualified and diverse candidates
    • Manage full-cycle recruitment, including sourcing, application review, conducting interviews, support reference checks, and offering equitable hiring recommendations
    • Support new hires in a comprehensive and positive onboarding experience to ensure that new employees are set up for success and acclimated to Equality California’s organizational history, goals, culture, and values
    • Develop and analyze compensation structure
    • Manage a clear and concise offboarding process for departing employees
  • HR Management & Administration Support
    • Manage outside benefit administrators and other HR supporting contractors
    • Maintain accurate administrative and personnel files, including documentation of all staff changes
    • Maintain employee handbook with new and developing legislature and policies
    • Own all facilities-related matters. Including interfacing with key facility stakeholders, including, the building management and owners, janitorial support, and security
    • Manage the state charitable solicitation registration process, including registration, renewal, and compliance
    • Lead key administrative projects, such as office relocation, adoption of new technology, office furniture, and storage
    • Conduct assessment and renewal of organizational insurance policies, including general liability, etc.
  • Technology Support 
    • Supervise and lead the organization’s technical design by working with outside IT consultants
    • Set the technical tools and systems for operational effectiveness
    • Develop a tracking system for the organization’s technology purchases and lead the process for updating technology
    • Manage relationships and contracts with related vendors (i.e., accounting, property management, office equipment, IT support)
    • Ensure the proper functioning and maintenance of Equality California facilities
    • Lead troubleshooting efforts related to technology, facilities, and other duties as assigned

KEY EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS

What you’ve accomplished (required):

  • Bachelor’s Degree in HR or related field, Master’s Degree strongly preferred
  • At least 8 years of HR management experience required; in a union environment preferred
  • Communication, decision-making, and interpersonal skills coupled with sound judgment; optimistic and forward-looking in all messages and decisions

Other things you might have accomplished or would be excited to learn here:

  • Demonstrated experience providing vision and leadership
  • Detail orientated, logical, and methodological approach to problem solving
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Excellent interpersonal skills – ability to relate to individuals at all levels
  • Experience with union negotiations and management

Skills you have developed and knowledge you have acquired:

  • Ability to adapt to the needs of the organization and employees
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and delegate them when appropriate to meet deadlines and expectations
  • Thorough knowledge of employment-related laws and regulations
  • Excellent presentation skills; ability to present and facilitate employee trainings and culture initiatives
  • Supervisory and people management experience
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office and Google Workspace

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS

Salary will be based on experience and includes competitive benefits (healthcare, dental, vision, long/short term disability, life insurance and 401K). This full-time position will be based out of the Los Angeles office with the option of working remotely two days a week. A flexible schedule including evening and weekend work time, as well as regular travel across California and sometimes, Nevada. Applicants will be reimbursed for mileage but must have a reliable car and be able to drive in California.

TO APPLY

Equality California has partnered with RCG Talent Solutions on our search for the Director of Human Resources. Please follow this link to submit your application and direct all questions to openroles@rcgtalent.com.

RELEVANT POLICIES AT EQUALITY CALIFORNIA

Equality California is an equal employment opportunity employer. Equality California does not make employment decisions or discriminate based on protected characteristics including, but not limited to, race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sex, gender (including gender identity and/or gender expression), sexual orientation, age, physical or mental handicaps, veteran status, or genetic information as prescribed by applicable local, state, and federal law. We strongly encourage diverse candidates to apply, including, but not limited to, women, people of color, people of diverse gender identities, and non-LGBTQ+ allies.

Qualified Applicants with Criminal Histories will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with the requirements of the California Consumer Reporting Agencies Act and Los Angeles’s Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance.

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Managing Director of Operations

Los Angeles, California

Is remote? Yes


Equality California
Sacramento, CA

Website: https://www.eqca.org/

Posted: June 19, 2022

Contact Information

Link to posting: https://www.eqca.org/directorofoperations/

Job Description

ABOUT EQUALITY CALIFORNIA

Equality California is the nation’s largest statewide lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer+ (LGBTQ+) civil rights organization with over 900,000 members. Equality California brings the voices of LGBTQ+ people and allies to institutions of power in California and across the United States, striving to create a world that is healthy, just, and fully equal for all LGBTQ+ people. We advance civil rights and social justice by inspiring, advocating, and mobilizing through an inclusive movement that works tirelessly on behalf of those we serve. For more than 20 years, Equality California has been fighting for full, lived LGBTQ+ equality in a number of ways: electing pro-equality leaders up and down the ballot; passing pro-equality legislation in California, Nevada and Washington, DC; and fighting for LGBTQ+ civil rights and social justice in the courtroom.

Equality California Institute is a 501(c)(3) organization that has a parallel mission to Equality California, its 501(c)(4) counterpart. Equality California Institute works to achieve full, lived LGBTQ+ equality by reducing disparities in LGBTQ+ health and well-being, developing a pipeline of LGBTQ+ leaders and increasing civic participation within the LGBTQ+ community.

POSITION SUMMARY

Equality California is hiring an experienced operations leader to envision and create an extraordinary culture for small, successful teams.  The Managing Director of Operations will be responsible for setting vision for and leading the organization’s human resources, talent management, development, and programmatic functions. This position will manage four department heads and develop a comprehensive and cohesive strategy to ensure that the organization moves collectively in unison and in alignment with the overall mission.

This position supports a partially unionized workforce and is pivotal in helping to ensure Equality California employees feel supported and enjoy working at the organization. The Managing Director of Operations will report to the Executive Director, Tony Hoang, and will serve as a member of the organization’s leadership team. This role will also work closely and build a deep partnership with the Managing Director of External Affairs, Samuel Garrett-Pate, ensuring that all departments have the resources, representation, and tools for success.

The ideal candidate has the ability to balance several projects at once and work with multiple internal and external stakeholders at different levels of seniority. A successful Managing Director of Operations believes in building deep, authentic relationships and operates in a highly strategic and reliable manner.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The Managing Director of Operations’ Primary Responsibilities include:

  • Strategy
    • Access and build upon the existing vision and approach for operations (goal setting, team meetings and routines, executive support, etc.) to ensure strong planning, alignment and execution across the organization
    • Access and build upon the existing vision and approach for hiring, training and supporting our team with a focus on growth mindset and career development
    • Create a clear charge for self and others in pursuit of operations and talent goals and build an aligned plan to reach those goals that is grounded in naming and shepherding the resources necessary to find success
    • Build authentic, deep relationships across the organization in order to keep a pulse on the organizational health and ensure that the vision and approach to our work are responsive to the needs of the organization and the staff who work here
    • Work with the Boards of Directors and the various board committees to facilitate ongoing engagement with the organization’s work and overall strategy
  • Organizational Operations Management
    • Partner with the Executive Director to operationalize and support their vision for the annual strategic planning process
    • Partner with the Executive Director to operationalize and support their vision for key meetings (leadership team, operations meeting, team retreats, board meetings, etc.)
    • Collaborate with the Managing Director of External Affairs to ensure allocation of resources, short-term strategic execution, and long-term strategic planning
    • Manage institutional knowledge management, including both systems/processes and strategy that is grounded in smart prioritization
  • Organization Culture-Building & Employee Experience:
    • Serve as the strategic leader for support for all aspects of employee wellness
    • Develop relationships with all employees and advise on HR, cultural, and other organizational concerns
    • Ensure the organization’s core values are woven into the internal structure and nurture a positive organizational culture by communicating policies, guidelines, and positions to all employees in a timely manner
  • Serve as a member of the leadership team
    • Monitor and advance organizational performance so we are consistently achieving goals that advance our strategic plan
    • Collaborate with the Leadership Team to share ideas, feedback, and advice on org-wide initiatives and to seek input on the initiatives you are leading
    • Reinforce our culture and values by modeling our core values, collaborating with the Leadership Team to strengthen our organizational culture, and creating space for shared reflection and learning

KEY EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS

What you’ve accomplished (required):

  • Bachelor’s Degree in HR or related field, Master’s Degree strongly preferred
  • At least 10 years of relevant work experience required; in a union environment preferred
  • Communication, decision-making, and interpersonal skills coupled with sound judgement; optimistic and forward-looking in all messages and decisions

Other things you might have accomplished or would be excited to learn here:

  • Demonstrated experience providing vision and leadership
  • Detail orientated, logical, and methodological approach to problem solving
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Excellent interpersonal skills – ability to relate to individuals at all levels
  • Experience with union negotiations and management

Skills you have developed and knowledge you have acquired:

  • A strategist who is able to define and constantly redefine the organization’s operational strategy through thoughtful prioritization, disciplined and purposeful pivots, and contingency planning to ensure outcomes are met
  • An adept operator who is capable of managing multiple functions in a concerted way, complex project management in a multifunctional division, and is highly effective at managing others through solid and dotted lines to outcomes
  • A highly relational leader who is capable of building effective relationships at every level in the organization and with all external stakeholders
  • A team leader who enjoys managing, coaching, and developing staff members
  • A values driven and empathetic professional who will find success at Equality California

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS

Salary will be based on experience and includes competitive benefits (healthcare, dental, vision, long/short term disability, life insurance and 401K). This full-time position will be based out of the Los Angeles office with the option of working remotely two days a week. A flexible schedule including evening and weekend work time, as well as regular travel across California and sometimes, Nevada. Applicants will be reimbursed for mileage but must have a reliable car and be able to drive in California.

TO APPLY

Equality California has partnered with RCG Talent Solutions on our search for the Managing Director of Operations. Please follow this link to submit your application and direct all questions to openroles@rcgtalent.com.

RELEVANT POLICIES AT EQUALITY CALIFORNIA

Equality California is an equal employment opportunity employer. Equality California does not make employment decisions or discriminate based on protected characteristics including, but not limited to, race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sex, gender (including gender identity and/or gender expression), sexual orientation, age, physical or mental handicaps, veteran status, or genetic information as prescribed by applicable local, state, and federal law. We strongly encourage diverse candidates to apply, including, but not limited to, women, people of color, people of diverse gender identities, and non-LGBTQ+ allies.

Qualified Applicants with Criminal Histories will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with the requirements of the California Consumer Reporting Agencies Act and Los Angeles’s Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance.

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Managing Director of Operations

Los Angeles, California

Is remote? No


Equality California
Sacramento, CA

Website: https://www.eqca.org/

Posted: June 5, 2022

Contact Information

Link to posting: https://www.eqca.org/directorofoperations/

Job Description

Position: Managing Director of Operations (Los Angeles)

Type: Full-Time, Non-Exempt, Hourly

Reports to: Executive Director

Start Date: As soon as possible

Closing date of this position: Open until filled

ABOUT EQUALITY CALIFORNIA

Equality California is the nation’s largest statewide lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer+ (LGBTQ+) civil rights organization with over 900,000 members. Equality California brings the voices of LGBTQ+ people and allies to institutions of power in California and across the United States, striving to create a world that is healthy, just, and fully equal for all LGBTQ+ people. We advance civil rights and social justice by inspiring, advocating, and mobilizing through an inclusive movement that works tirelessly on behalf of those we serve. For more than 20 years, Equality California has been fighting for full, lived LGBTQ+ equality in a number of ways: electing pro-equality leaders up and down the ballot; passing pro-equality legislation in California, Nevada and Washington, DC; and fighting for LGBTQ+ civil rights and social justice in the courtroom.

Equality California Institute is a 501(c)(3) organization that has a parallel mission to Equality California, its 501(c)(4) counterpart. Equality California Institute works to achieve full, lived LGBTQ+ equality by reducing disparities in LGBTQ+ health and well-being, developing a pipeline of LGBTQ+ leaders and increasing civic participation within the LGBTQ+ community.

POSITION SUMMARY

Equality California is hiring an experienced operations leader to envision and create an extraordinary culture for small, successful teams.  The Managing Director of Operations will be responsible for setting vision for and leading the organization’s human resources, talent management, development, and programmatic functions. This position will manage four department heads and develop a comprehensive and cohesive strategy to ensure that the organization moves collectively in unison and in alignment with the overall mission.

This position supports a partially unionized workforce and is pivotal in helping to ensure Equality California employees feel supported and enjoy working at the organization. The Managing Director of Operations will report to the Executive Director, Tony Hoang, and will serve as a member of the organization’s leadership team. This role will also work closely and build a deep partnership with the Managing Director of External Affairs, Samuel Garrett-Pate, ensuring that all departments have the resources, representation, and tools for success.

The ideal candidate has the ability to balance several projects at once and work with multiple internal and external stakeholders at different levels of seniority. A successful Managing Director of Operations believes in building deep, authentic relationships and operates in a highly strategic and reliable manner.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The Managing Director of Operations’ Primary Responsibilities include:

  • Strategy
    • Access and build upon the existing vision and approach for operations (goal setting, team meetings and routines, executive support, etc.) to ensure strong planning, alignment and execution across the organization
    • Access and build upon the existing vision and approach for hiring, training and supporting our team with a focus on growth mindset and career development
    • Create a clear charge for self and others in pursuit of operations and talent goals and build an aligned plan to reach those goals that is grounded in naming and shepherding the resources necessary to find success
    • Build authentic, deep relationships across the organization in order to keep a pulse on the organizational health and ensure that the vision and approach to our work are responsive to the needs of the organization and the staff who work here
    • Work with the Boards of Directors and the various board committees to facilitate ongoing engagement with the organization’s work and overall strategy
  • Organizational Operations Management
    • Partner with the Executive Director to operationalize and support their vision for the annual strategic planning process
    • Partner with the Executive Director to operationalize and support their vision for key meetings (leadership team, operations meeting, team retreats, board meetings, etc.)
    • Collaborate with the Managing Director of External Affairs to ensure allocation of resources, short-term strategic execution, and long-term strategic planning
    • Manage institutional knowledge management, including both systems/processes and strategy that is grounded in smart prioritization
  • Organization Culture-Building & Employee Experience:
    • Serve as the strategic leader for support for all aspects of employee wellness
    • Develop relationships with all employees and advise on HR, cultural, and other organizational concerns
    • Ensure the organization’s core values are woven into the internal structure and nurture a positive organizational culture by communicating policies, guidelines, and positions to all employees in a timely manner
  • Serve as a member of the leadership team
    • Monitor and advance organizational performance so we are consistently achieving goals that advance our strategic plan
    • Collaborate with the Leadership Team to share ideas, feedback, and advice on org-wide initiatives and to seek input on the initiatives you are leading
    • Reinforce our culture and values by modeling our core values, collaborating with the Leadership Team to strengthen our organizational culture, and creating space for shared reflection and learning

KEY EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS

What you’ve accomplished (required):

  • Bachelor’s Degree in HR or related field, Master’s Degree strongly preferred
  • At least 10 years of relevant work experience required; in a union environment preferred
  • Communication, decision-making, and interpersonal skills coupled with sound judgement; optimistic and forward-looking in all messages and decisions

Other things you might have accomplished or would be excited to learn here:

  • Demonstrated experience providing vision and leadership
  • Detail orientated, logical, and methodological approach to problem solving
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Excellent interpersonal skills – ability to relate to individuals at all levels
  • Experience with union negotiations and management

Skills you have developed and knowledge you have acquired:

  • A strategist who is able to define and constantly redefine the organization’s operational strategy through thoughtful prioritization, disciplined and purposeful pivots, and contingency planning to ensure outcomes are met
  • An adept operator who is capable of managing multiple functions in a concerted way, complex project management in a multifunctional division, and is highly effective at managing others through solid and dotted lines to outcomes
  • A highly relational leader who is capable of building effective relationships at every level in the organization and with all external stakeholders
  • A team leader who enjoys managing, coaching, and developing staff members
  • A values driven and empathetic professional who will find success at Equality California

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS

Salary will be based on experience and includes competitive benefits (healthcare, dental, vision, long/short term disability, life insurance and 401K). This full-time position will be based out of the Los Angeles office with the option of working remotely two days a week. A flexible schedule including evening and weekend work time, as well as regular travel across California and sometimes, Nevada. Applicants will be reimbursed for mileage but must have a reliable car and be able to drive in California.

TO APPLY

Equality California has partnered with RCG Talent Solutions on our search for the Managing Director of Operations. Please follow this link to submit your application and direct all questions to openroles@rcgtalent.com.

RELEVANT POLICIES AT EQUALITY CALIFORNIA

Equality California is an equal employment opportunity employer. Equality California does not make employment decisions or discriminate based on protected characteristics including, but not limited to, race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sex, gender (including gender identity and/or gender expression), sexual orientation, age, physical or mental handicaps, veteran status, or genetic information as prescribed by applicable local, state, and federal law. We strongly encourage diverse candidates to apply, including, but not limited to, women, people of color, people of diverse gender identities, and non-LGBTQ+ allies.

Qualified Applicants with Criminal Histories will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with the requirements of the California Consumer Reporting Agencies Act and Los Angeles’s Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance.

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Chief Marketing and Communications Officer

Los Angeles, California

Is remote? No


Los Angeles LGBT Center
Los Angeles, CA

Website: http://www.lalgbtcenter.org/

Posted: May 13, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Michelle Kristel, Search Consultant
Email: search@mccormackkristel.com
Phone: 2125315003

Link to posting: https://www.mccormackkristel.com/la-lgbt-center-chief-marketing-communications-officer/

Job Description

The Client

 

Since 1969, the Los Angeles LGBT Center has been dedicated to supporting the LGBTQ community through a comprehensive range of direct services, programs, and advocacy. The Center was the nation’s first openly LGBTQ organization to be awarded 501c3 status. Today, the Center offers programs, services, and global advocacy that span four broad categories: Health, Social Services and Housing, Culture and Education, Leadership and Advocacy. From its 10 locations throughout Los Angeles, including Mi Centro in Boyle Heights, Center South in South Los Angeles and the Trans Wellness Center in Koreatown, the Center serves an economically and ethnically diverse population.

 

In 2019, as the Center celebrated its 50th anniversary, it opened the flagship Anita May Rosenstein Campus. The sprawling 180,000 square-foot Campus in the heart of Hollywood brings together LGBTQ seniors and youth through unique intergenerational spaces and programming. The facility includes 100 beds for homeless youth, the Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Senior Center, a youth drop-in center, the Ariadne Getty Foundation Youth Academy, as well as expanded programming and administrative space. Last year, the Campus expanded to include 99 additional units of affordable housing for seniors and 25 supportive housing apartments for youth.

 

The opening of the Campus enabled the transformation of the Center’s previous headquarters, the McDonald/Wright Building in Hollywood, into a comprehensive healthcare center. A Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) since 2013, the Center’s medical clinic offers primary health care to the entire community. The Center’s Jeffrey Goodman Special Care Clinic, one of the earliest and most comprehensive medical programs for people living with HIV and AIDS, has been offering low- or no-cost primary and specialty medical care for more than 27 years. The Goodman Clinic and Center WeHo administer thousands of HIV and STI tests and a full range of PrEP and PEP services each year, as well as offering HIV education, prevention, and outreach programs.

 

Additional health services include:

  • The Audre Lorde Health Program for lesbian and bisexual women providing gynecological and pelvic care, fertility, hormone balancing, and well-woman care.
  • The Transgender Health Program, which has provided comprehensive healthcare to the transgender community since 2009.
  • Full-service onsite pharmacies in Hollywood and West Hollywood.

 

The Center offers health, legal, social, cultural, and educational services, with unique programs for seniors, families, youth and the transgender community. Youth services include emergency, transitional, and independent housing, a drop-in center, and comprehensive education and employment programs. Senior services include more than 200 affordable apartments, food assistance, employment support, educational and recreational programming, and outreach.

 

The Center fights to advance civil rights and freedoms for LGBTQ people domestically and internationally through education, advocacy and community organizing. They advocate for policies and funding that advance the health and wellness of the diverse LGBTQ community. To build a stronger LGBTQ community, they provide leadership development programs for activists and technical assistance for LGBTQ organizations everywhere.

 

A team of staff and volunteer attorneys, law students and paralegals serve the legal needs of LGBTQ people with a special focus on survivors of violence, undocumented immigrants, the transgender community, and youth. They also provide cultural competency trainings and workshops for institutions and other providers.

 

A full slate of cultural and educational programming is offered at the Village at Ed Gould Plaza, directly across the street from the Anita May Rosenstein Campus. The facility includes a 200-seat theater, a smaller black-box theater, an art gallery and rooms for meetings and classes.

 

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Center continued to provide essential first-responder services, where possible, shifted programs to virtual, and developed new programs such as the Pride Pantry food bank. And remarkably, in the midst of a global pandemic, the Center opened the new Liberation Coffee House, which provides critical training for youth and senior participants in its ground-breaking Culinary Arts Program.

 

The Center is an unstoppable force in the fight against bigotry and the struggle to build a better world. It is governed by a 25-person board and operates with nearly 800 staff, more than 6,000 volunteers and $150 million in annual revenue.

 

To learn more, please visit: https://lalgbtcenter.org/

 

Mission

 

The Los Angeles LGBT Center is building a world where LGBT people thrive as healthy, equal and complete members of society.

 

The Position

 

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Marketing and Communications Officer (CMCO) will lead a high-performing team in a newly restructured department. Managing a $1.5 million budget and overseeing a 12-person department, the CMCO will provide strategic leadership to structure and staff a department that provides expert marketing and communications support to a vastly diverse organization. The key responsibilities of the position include:

 

Strategy

  • Provide strategic communications counsel to the CEO, Senior Executive Team, and Center Management Group;
  • Develop rapid response and integrated marketing and communications plans to enhance the Center’s brand and advance its reach;
  • In collaboration with the CEO, refine the Center’s messaging to reflect the voice and vision of its new leader;
  • Create and oversee the implementation of cross channel marketing and communications strategies that elevate the Center’s programs and support organizational goals;
  • Lead a comprehensive brand strategy exercise and implement any recommendations;
  • Lead crisis communications strategy and response.

 

Leadership

  • Enhance a world class marketing and communications department by providing guidance and expertise and ensuring  tools and resources to produce clear, consistent, and strategic campaigns and visually appealing materials to all internal and external stakeholders;
  • Expand the Center’s cohesive and a high-performing team by recruiting, retaining and developing top talent;
  • Mentor, coach and inspire each individual and the team to optimal performance;
  • Oversee the design, content production and integration of print, web, social and digital media platforms;
  • Ensure the Center’s brand and voice are accurately and consistently represented in all mediums and across all platforms.

 

Cross Departmental Collaborations

  • Lead organizational and cross-departmental efforts to improve internal communications, including providing support to the IT team to identify technology and establish best practices for effective communication across multiple platforms;
  • Foster effective cross-departmental collaborations to effectively promote the Center’s program, policy, and fundraising initiatives, including:
    • Partner with Program Directors to understand the services being provided by the Center and to ensure that the Center’s various stakeholders, including clients, community members, and donors, are knowledgeable of this work and its impact;
    • Partner with the Policy Department to help shape and effectively message the Center’s policy priorities;
    • Support the Chief Development Officer to develop and implement cohesive marketing and communications plans for individual and corporate fundraising;
    • Help coordinate with the AIDS/LifeCycle Communications Team to integrate event communications and marketing.

 

Professional Requirements

 

The Chief Marketing and Communications Officer will be a strategic thought leader with a track record of success in communications, public relations, and integrated marketing. They will be a creative and data-driven executive able to match campaigns to platforms and audiences. The ideal candidate will have the following:

 

  • Expertise in marketing, communications, media or public relations, advertising, or a related field;
  • Senior leadership experience including the management of marketing and communications teams and budget oversight;
  • Excellent writing and editing skills, including the ability to support and mentor staff to develop written communication skills;
  • Experience distilling complex and sometimes competing policy and political narratives for diverse audiences;
  • An understanding of the unique characteristics of nonprofits and the multifaceted strategic communication objectives of mission-driven organizations.

 

Personal Characteristics

 

We are seeking a collaborative colleague skilled at building internal and external relationships with Center staff, board, stakeholders, influencers, elected officials, and members of the press and media. The CMCO will build an engaged and energized team working in partnership to achieve individual, departmental, and organizational goals. They will lead by example to create a culture of transparency, accountability, and belonging. Essential qualities include:

 

  • A deep understanding of the history and issues affecting LGBTQ and HIV-impacted individuals and communities;
  • A strong commitment to the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion, and dedication to ensuring those values are represented in all Center communications;
  • Passion for the Center’s work and a commitment to its mission;
  • Bilingual English/Spanish is highly desirable.

 

The Opportunity

 

This is an exceptional opportunity for a strategic leader to strengthen and grow a sophisticated marketing and communications department serving the diverse needs of the largest LGBT organization in the world.

 

Compensation

 

The target salary for this position is $220,000. The Center’s comprehensive benefits plan includes 100% employer funded health, vision, dental, and life insurance. In addition to a generous PTO policy, the Center also provides Flex Spending Accounts and a voluntary 403 (b) plan.

 

Location

 

The Center’s executive offices are located on the Anita May Rosenstein Campus in Hollywood. Ideally, the new CMCO will live/work in Los Angeles. However, a remote or hybrid work arrangement will be considered for the exceptional candidate they are seeking.

 

The Center has a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy as a condition of employment for all employees who work on the Center’s premises.

 

Contact

 

Please submit a résumé and original cover letter that describes your interest in the organization’s mission and qualifications for the position as attachments via e-mail to:

 

Michelle Kristel, Managing Partner

McCormack+Kristel

1740 Broadway, 15th Floor

New York, NY 10019

Phone: 212.531.5003 | Fax: 212.203.9599        

Email: search@mccormackkristel.com | Website www.mccormackkristel.com

 

All inquiries will be held in strict confidence.  Please note that your education, dates of employment and other information will be verified prior to an offer.

 

McCormack + Kristel works only with equal opportunity employers. The Los Angeles LGBT Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to fostering diversity within its staff. Applications are encouraged from all persons regardless of their race, color, ancestry, religious creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, medical/physical/mental condition, pregnancy/childbirth and related medical condition, age, marital status, or veteran status.

 

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Major Gifts Officer

Palm Springs, California

Is remote? No


LGBTQ Community Center of the Desert
Palm Springs, CA

Website: https://thecentercv.org/

Posted: June 15, 2022

Contact Information

Email: jobs@thecentercv.org

Link to posting: https://thecentercv.org/about-us/careers/open-roles/major-gifts-officer/

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Membership Manager

Palm Springs, California

Is remote? No


LGBTQ Community Center of the Desert
Palm Springs, CA

Website: https://thecentercv.org/

Posted: June 15, 2022

Contact Information

Email: jobs@thecentercv.org

Link to posting: https://thecentercv.org/about-us/careers/open-roles/membership-manager/

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Executive Assistant

Sacramento, California

Is remote? No


Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA

Website: http://www.saccenter.org

Posted: May 16, 2022

Contact Information

Email: info@SacCenter.org
Phone: 916-442-0185

Link to posting: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/re...

Job Description

POSITION:                 Executive Assistant

REPORTS TO:           CEO

STATUS:                    Non-Exempt, Full-Time

COMPENSATION:     DOE $20-25 per hour

BENEFITS:                 Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, FSA; Employee Assistance Program; and 403(b) retirement plan; Paid Holidays, Sick, and Vacation

LOCATION:                Sacramento, CA

JOB SUMMARY:

The Center is on a rapid growth trajectory and we are looking for an exceptionally detail oriented Executive Assistant to provide administrative support for the CEO and senior executives. This position serves as a primary point of contact for external constituencies and as a liaison to the Board of Directors and leadership team.  Primary responsibilities include scheduling, screening and drafting correspondence, general administrative and fundraising support, meeting preparation, travel arrangements, record keeping, synthesizing information, and meeting minutes notation. The Executive Assistant must be able to work independently, under pressure, and with absolute confidentiality and discretion. Some evenings and weekends are required. This is a dynamic position in the agency that interacts with elected officials, stakeholder leaders, board members, leadership team members, donors, staff and volunteers.

EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT:

  1. Maintain the CEO and senior executive calendars, schedule all appointments, and ensure schedules are followed and respected.
  2. Prepare daily oral and written briefs and make prioritization recommendations.
  3. Screen requests for speaking engagements and event participation. 
  4. Answers and evaluates all incoming phone calls to the CEO, either handling them or forwarding them to the appropriate staff.
  5. Conducts research, edits, proofs, and prepares background information and presentation materials for the CEO prior to meetings and public events.
  6. Arrange travel for staff and board members.
  7. Track expenses, draft expense requests, and complete credit card reports.
  8. Update and manage contact information for stakeholders, funders, board members, elected officials, news media, and personal contacts.
  9. Drafts and proofreads internal and external correspondence, reports, and other materials.
  10. Prepare and organize key documents for signature, comments, decision, or action.
  11. Work closely with the CEO to anticipate their needs, plan for the near-term, conserve executive’s time and align work-flow to ensure thorough and timely preparation.
  12. Develop and maintain extensive filing and project tracking systems for correspondence, business matters, and related data according to relevant document retention policies
  13. Assisting in managing employment searches as requested.

BOARD/SENIOR MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:

  1. Provide support to the Board of Directors including drafting agenda packets, taking minutes, setting and maintaining annual calendars and schedules for the board and its committees, and maintaining organizational records at the direction of the CEO.
  2. Assist with board and donor meeting planning including preparation of background information, proposals, and reports.
  3. Provide support for internal and external meetings including scheduling, duplication of materials, setting up space, arranging food and beverage, and taking notes.
  4. Research and synthesize media coverage, complex policy reports, program models, and other written or verbal information into a written summary or talking points.
  5. Respond to public requests for information regarding the agency at the direction of the CEO.
  6. Serve as the crisis control manager, maintaining communication, and executing emergency plans in the absence of the CEO.

DEVELOPMENT AND FINANCE SUPPORT

  1. Conduct donor and grant research.
  2. Assist in drafting and submitting foundation letters of intent, proposals, and reports as needed.
  3. Track, enter, and maintain relevant donor information in the donor database.
  4. Set up donor meetings and events.
  5. Assist in the cultivation, management, and recognition of volunteers.
  6. Assist in preparation of financial reports.

RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT

  1. Assist in maintaining communication and relationships with LGBTQ organizations and leaders throughout the Sacramento Region.
  2. Assist in maintaining communication and relationships with stakeholders, allied service providers, elected officials, and community partners.
  3. Assist in maintaining communication and relationships with national networks.
  4. Assist in stewardship of board members and donors.
  5. Maintain strict confidentiality in relationships with all board members, staff, stakeholders, media, and donors.

GENERAL DUTIES:

  1. Provides administrative support for senior leadership team members, board of directors
  2. Provide administrative support for event and fundraising activities
  3. Support planning staff and board retreats and other employee engagement events. 
  4. Participate in staff meetings, planning meetings, and other meetings as required.
  5. Handle a variety of special projects and other related duties, as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Passion for the Center’s mission and work to create a region where LGBTQ people thrive, a commitment to follow all policies and procedures of the organization, and a focus on long-term sustainability.
  2. Education: Bachelor’s Degree in related field; 5 years of related experience may be substituted for formal education.
  3. Experience: A minimum of 3 years executive administrative support experience are required, preferably in a nonprofit setting; 
  4. Computer/Office Equipment Skills: Advanced proficiency working with Microsoft Office, particularly Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneDrive, and Team; Must also be able to type 40-50 WPM. Working knowledge with Adobe Creative Suite, Raiser’s Edge, MailChimp, and social media platforms are a plus.
  5. Access to reliable automobile transportation with a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance is required. This position will be required to run errands, pick-up and deliver staff and materials on occasion throughout the Sacramento region.
  6. Physical Demands: The person in this position may be required to sit or stand for extended periods, move objects up to 25 pounds, operate office equipment, open and close filing cabinets and boxes, observe visitors, and communicate messages by telephone. 
  7. Language and Writing Skills: Proficiency in English is required; ability to speak/read/write/translate in languages other than English is a plus. Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills, with the ability to communicate in a tactfully assertive manner; superior spelling, grammar, AP style copy editing skills are required. 
  8. Offer of employment may be contingent on satisfactory results of a criminal history background check.
  9. Employees must be legally permitted to work in the United States.
  10. The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is a drug free workplace, employees may be subject to a drug test.
  11. Vaccination Requirement: As an organization, we fully support COVID-19 vaccinations and are requiring new employees to have proof of full vaccination, including boosters, or an approved medical or religious exemption. Documentation will be required prior to your first day of work.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

  1. Experience working with the LGBTQ+ community and familiarity with issues of particular relevance to LGBTQ+ people including a demonstrated ability to work effectively with people of diverse races, ethnicities, nationalities, sexual orientations, gender identities, socio-economic backgrounds, religions, ages, English-speaking abilities, immigration status, and physical abilities in an intersectional environment.
  2. Strong political acumen and critical thinking skills with a proven attention to detail, organization, and timely independent decision making.
  3. Ability to synthesize information and manage competing priorities and constituencies. 
  4. Strong political acumen and ability to handle agency information and correspondence with strict confidentiality and discretion.
  5. Sound judgement to prioritize tasks and limit distractions. 
  6. Experience planning and organizing events.
  7. Hustle and Attitude - Ten steps ahead of the CEO, anticipating every move in order to help conserve time and drive efficiency. 
  8. Dedication to making the impossible, possible. Willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done with a consistently positive outlook and attitude.
  9. A creative problem-solver, excellent ability to troubleshoot. 
  10. Proactive and self-motivated under tight deadlines, with the ability to take direction and function under high pressure. 
  11. Helpful and hopeful demeanor, focused on customer service, and a proven ability to establish solid connections and build successful relationships that support the mission.
  12. Regular, consistent and punctual attendance.  Must be able to work occasional nights and weekends with a variable schedule and occasional short-trip travel.
  13. Values confidentiality, discretion, tact in the workplace and proper social media etiquette.

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Manager of Community Support Services (MCSS)

San Francisco, California

Is remote? No


Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center
San Francisco, CA

Website: https://www.openhouse-sf.org

Posted: May 17, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Fermin Muro, Psy.D., HR Generalist
Email: HR@openhousesf.org
Phone: (415) 296-8995

Link to posting: https://www.openhousesf.org/employment

Job Description

Manager of Community Support Services (LGBTQ)

On-site in San Francisco, California, United States | Openhouse | Full-time

Openhouse was founded in 1998 to enable LGBTQ seniors to overcome the unique challenges they face as they age by providing LGBTQ-welcoming housing, high-impact direct services, and innovative community programs.  Openhouse reduces isolation and empowers LGBTQ seniors to improve their overall health, well-being, and economic security.  As the initiator of the movement to meet the needs of LGBTQ older adults in San Francisco, Openhouse is a dynamic and entrepreneurial organization on the leading edge of this growing field at the local, state, and national levels.

Openhouse actively seeks diversity in its staff, and we invite applications from people from a variety of backgrounds. We are searching for candidates of color, candidates in the LGBTQ community, and candidates who identify personally at any part of the incredibly rich gender spectrum. Systemic inequities in hiring have caused women, people of color, LBTQIA+ folks, and others to apply to jobs only if they meet 100% of the qualifications. Openhouse encourages you to break that statistic and apply, as no one ever meets 100% of the qualifications. We look forward to your application.

Please apply with an updated resume along with a cover letter that includes your connection to our mission to HR@openhousesf.org.

Openhouse seeks a compassionate and innovative Manager of Community Support Services (MCSS) with experience engaging older adults and working within communities that are intersectionally diverse. This leadership role will support LGBTQ seniors by ensuring they have access to formal and informal supports to live with dignity and age independently in the community. The ideal candidate embodies an understanding of equity versus equality, healthy boundaries, and uses a trauma-informed approach to support the needs of communities for whom systems of care have historically marginalized.

The MCSS supervises the Case Management, Housing and Resource Navigation, and Care Navigation programs. The MCSS is a self-starter who is passionate about building social connections, possesses innovative ideas, the energy and impeccable organizational skills to motivate and support their team to meet the service needs of LGBTQ elders. In this time of COVID, Openhouse Community Support Services are even more critical to our mission of increasing access to LGBTQ-aging affirming services, reducing social isolation, and increasing community connectedness for LGBTQ seniors. The most successful MCSS is an individual who proactively brings their love for working with seniors and a positive “we can do this” attitude to work and who thrives in an ever-evolving (e.g. COVID), generative work environment.

EXPERIENCE:

Ideally, this person will have experience in successfully supervising case management, counseling, or housing programs/staff serving seniors or other vulnerable communities. All candidates must be committed to racial and gender equity, justice, inclusion, eliminating ageism in our communities. In addition, the following types of experience and qualifications are highly desired:

  • Experience providing direct services to diverse older adults or equivalent experience working with other populations with unique socialization and service needs. (Required)
  • Self-starter and avid learner who takes initiative to anticipate opportunities and challenges and who has a problem-solver mindset. (Required)
  • Strong interpersonal skills, exemplifies cultural humility when delivering and receiving constructive feedback from supervisors, colleagues, and constituents. (Required)
  • Self-identified, relationship-builder who has experience with intra-program coordination or working across different programs to achieve a mission-critical goal. (Highly Valued)
  • Enjoys conducting outreach and follow-up by phone as a primary outreach method for engaging older adults with limited access to technology. (Highly Valued)
  • Excited to learn and use emerging online platforms to follow up and maintain volunteer involvement and engagement tracking.  (Highly Valued)
  • Sensitivity to and knowledge of the unique life experiences, challenges, and strengths of LGBTQ community members.  (Required)
  • Ability to translate the life experiences and skills of LGBTQ older adults to foster confidence and empower them as agents in their own aging process. (Highly Valued)
  • Ability to collaborate with the multi-disciplinary team to effectively build community partnerships. (Required)
  • Familiar with organizing grassroots community campaigns. (Highly Valued)
  • Committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and ability to recognize and affirm that LGBTQ older adults live at intersections of race, ethnicity, class, culture, HIV status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, spirituality, and ability. (Required)

SKILLS:

  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and the ability to quickly learn software programs and online databases and tools. Good problem-solving skills and the ability to prioritize multiple tasks. Excellent time management skills. Attention to detail and ability to provide high-quality data and reports. 

COMPENSATION: Compensation is commensurate with experience. The range is $70-75k annually plus benefits. Openhouse offers a full benefits package including health and dental insurance; generous paid leave; and an enjoyable, vibrant, collaborative and supportive work environment. Openhouse is committed to racial and gender diversity, and requires all staff to attend training presented by the Racial Equity Institute and Trans-Cultural Bridge. This position is eligible to participate in a 401(k) first day of the quarter following one year of service with an agency match.

TO APPLY: Please include a personal diversity mission statement in your cover letter and send along with your resume detailing your qualifications and interest to HR@openhousesf.org or fax to (415) 296-8008 or mail to 65 Laguna St, San Francisco, CA 94102. No phone calls please.

Openhouse provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. Women, people of color, transgender people, and people with disabilities encouraged to apply. Pursuant to SF Fair Chance Ordinance, we consider qualified applicants with arrest/conviction records.

www.openhouse-sf.org

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VP of Development and Communication

Denver, Colorado

Is remote? No


The Center on Colfax
Denver, CO

Website: https://lgbtqcolorado.org/

Posted: June 29, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Erin Gillette, HR Consultant
Email: egillette.crt@glbtcolorado.org
Phone: 303-223-5565

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

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Young Adult Program Manager

Denver, Colorado

Is remote? No


The Center on Colfax
Denver, CO

Website: https://lgbtqcolorado.org/

Posted: June 29, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Erin Gillette, HR Consultant
Email: egillette.crt@glbtcolorado.org
Phone: 303-223-5565

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

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Field Director

Washington, District of Columbia

Is remote? Yes


National LGBTQ Task Force
Washington, DC

Website: https://www.thetaskforce.org/

Posted: May 10, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Human Resources

Link to posting: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/D...

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Major Gifts Officer

Washington, District of Columbia

Is remote? Yes


National LGBTQ Task Force
Washington, DC

Website: https://www.thetaskforce.org/

Posted: May 10, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Human Resources

Link to posting: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/D...

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Communications Coordinator

Jacksonville, Florida

Is remote? No


JASMYN - Jacksonville Area Sexual Minority Youth Network
Jacksonville, FL

Website: http://jasmyn.org/

Posted: June 6, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Loretta Prescott, Director of Development
Email: apply@jasmyn.org
Phone: 904-389-3857

Link to posting: https://www.jasmyn.org/join-our-team

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Prevention, Outeach and Testing Specialist

Jacksonville, Florida

Is remote? No


JASMYN, Inc.
Jacksonville, FL

Website: http://www.jasmyn.org

Posted: June 16, 2022

Contact Information

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

Link to posting: https://www.jasmyn.org/join-our-team

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Youth and Family Program Manager

Chicago, Illinois

Is remote? No


Center on Halsted
Chicago, IL

Website: http://www.centeronhalsted.org

Posted: June 9, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Center on Halsted, Susan Heatherly, Director of Human Resources
Phone: 773-472-6469

Link to posting: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/re...

Job Description

Salary Range:$50,000.00 To 52,000.00 Annually
 

Essential Functions (critical to job function):

The Youth and Families Programs Manager (YFPM) develops and manages social, educational, recreational, and non-therapeutic emotional support programs that validate LGBTQ+ identities, support positive youth development, and build stronger families. This position requires skills and knowledge in volunteer/intern supervision, grant management, program development and evaluation, discussion group & workshop facilitation, and event planning.  The YFPM must possess strong communication skills and demonstrated the ability to work effectively with diverse populations and establish rapport with youth and parents/caregivers.

Nonessential Functions: (non-critical to job function):

•    Attend functions relating to youth housing activities

•    Other duties as assigned and special projects as assigned

 Job Description

Duties/Responsibilities:

•    Identify, develop, implement, and manage high-quality in-person and virtual social, educational, recreational, and non-therapeutic emotional support programs and events for youth and families, built on best practices in the field, innovation, and sharing of resources.

•    Provide parent support and affirming parenting skills and coaching programs to parents, caregivers, legal guardians and resource parents; plan and implement affirming family activities.

•    Ensure youth and family programs utilize a positive youth development, strengths-based, trauma informed, harm reduction, LGBTQ+ affirming approach and are designed to improve youth well-being, enhance connections between youth and parents/caregivers, and strengthen community support.

•    Recruit, train, and supervise community volunteers to lead programs and events as needed; facilitate and lead programs as needed. 

•    Develop and lead workshops, trainings, and discussion groups on issues of importance to LGBTQ+ youth and families to students, teachers, administrators, parents and community in schools, community-based youth serving organizations, civic and religious organizations, and professional and youth groups.

•    Conduct ongoing program evaluation and manage reporting requirements for funders.

•    Develop and maintain strong partnerships with schools, nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and community groups to enhance program impact, participation, and geographic reach.

•    Promote programs and engage stakeholders through community outreach events and a variety of communication streams, including the COH website, social media platforms, and e-newsletter.

•    Work closely with other department staff to ensure youth development and arts programming is integrated throughout the department’s programs and events.

•    Provide direct support and supervision at department’s programs and events as needed.

•    Develop appropriate relationships with youth and families to encourage participation in activities and ensure all feel welcomed and valued.

•    Participate in required meetings, including department meetings, committee meetings, all staff meetings, trainings, and group consultation.

•    Document all services provided.

•    Maintain highest level of client confidentiality and professionalism.   

Organizational Core Competencies: Demonstrated by the candidate.

•    Critical Thinking: Consistently identifies, gathers, and applies relevant information to their work.

•    Equity Mindset:  Understands and is committed to goals of equity; consistently brings an equity mindset to the organization works and workplace.  interpersonally, organizationally and structurally.

•    Collaboration:  Helps colleague’s as needed, views responsibilities as shared

•    Communication:  Uses effective written and oral communication with internal staff, teams, and community served; demonstrates empathy and listening.

•    Adaptability:  The quality of being able to adjust to new conditions. Being able to change in order to fit or work better in some situations or for some purpose.

•    Develops and Motivates Others:  Motivates others and supports their development through strong coaching and mentoring

•    Leads with Vision:  Effectively prepares and communicates vision for the future of the organization and guides team through developing and managing subsequent changes.

•    Continuous Improvement Minded:  Identifies strategies to improve organization’s impact; weighs diverse inputs to inform strategies, sets course and drives implementation.

Education/Experience and Qualifications:

•    Bachelor's degree in social services, education, or related field and five years of experience in youth and/or family program management.

•    Previous experience working with LGBTQ+ youth/families and familiarity with issues of particular relevance to LGBTQ+ people.

•    A passion for COH’s work and its mission to advance community and secure the health and well-being of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) people of Chicagoland.

•    Demonstrated ability to work effectively with people of diverse races, ethnicities, nationalities, sexual orientations, gender identities, gender expression, socio-economic backgrounds, religions, ages, English-speaking abilities, immigration status, and physical abilities in a multicultural environment.

•    Working knowledge of and/or desire to support positive youth development, trauma-informed, harm reduction, anti-adultism, and strength-based approaches.

•    Must be able to work a flexible schedule including some evenings and Saturdays. (The hours of operation are subject to change) 

•    Must be highly organized, timely, demonstrate effective leadership skills, and be able to work with a multi-disciplinary team in a fast-paced environment. 

•    Bilingual - Spanish/English preferred, but not required

•    Must pass a background check.

Physical Demands and Work Environment: This is a list of physical demands that is required to perform the essential functions of the position.

Physical Demands and Work Environment    Level

Sitting for long periods of time    Frequent

Standing occasionally    Occasionally

Lifting 15lbs or more    Occasionally

Walking    Constant

Walking up/down stairs    Occasionally

Bending    Occasionally

Machine and Equipment Used:

This is a list of machinery/equipment that is required to perform the essential duties of the position.

Machine and Equipment Used:

Computer

Telephone

Application Process: 

Apply to the following website: https://www.centeronhalsted.org/careers.html  In your cover letter, please address the following questions: 

1.     What do you see as the most significant challenges facing LGBTQ+ today?

2.     How could you help LGBTQ+ youth navigate those challenges through the position for which you are applying?        

*CENTER ON HALSTED IS A MANDATED VACCINATION EMPLOYER.  THOSE WHO ARE VACINNATED OR WISH TO BE VACINNATED WILL BE CONSIDERED FOR EMPLOYMENT

*CENTER ON HALSTED IS A HYBRID EMPLOYER

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

Disclaimer

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. 

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Youth Culture Coordinator

Chicago, Illinois

Is remote? No


Center on Halsted
Chicago, IL

Website: http://www.centeronhalsted.org

Posted: June 9, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Center on Halsted, Susan Heatherly, Director of Human Resources
Phone: 773-472-6469

Link to posting: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/re...

Job Description

Salary Range:$38,000.00 To 40,000.00 Annually
 

Essential Functions (critical to job function):

The Youth Culture Coordinator (YCC) develops, implements, and manages arts and culture programs and events for LGBTQ+ youth and families that validate LGBTQ+ identities, support positive youth development, build stronger families, and promote appreciation of and engagement with the arts. This position requires skills and knowledge in volunteer management, grant oversight, program development and evaluation, discussion group & workshop facilitation, and event planning.  The YCC must possess strong communication skills and demonstrate the ability to work effectively with diverse populations and establish rapport with youth and parents/caregivers. 

Duties/Responsibilities:

•    Identify, develop, implement, and manage high-quality in-person and virtual arts programs and events for youth and families in a variety of disciplines (music, visual arts, theater, digital arts, drag, dance, creative writing, etc.) including arts classes and workshops, youth performances and exhibits, and exposure to LGBTQ+ arts and artists.

•    Recruit, train, and supervise community volunteers to lead arts programs/events; facilitate and lead arts programs/events as needed. 

•    Ensure arts programs utilize a positive youth development, strengths-based, trauma informed, harm reduction, LGBTQ+ affirming approach and are designed to improve youth well-being, enhance connections between youth and parents/caregivers, and strengthen community support.

•    Conduct ongoing program evaluation and manage reporting requirements for funders.

•    Develop and maintain strong partnerships with schools, nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and community groups to enhance program impact, participation, and geographic reach.

•    Develop and lead workshops, trainings, and discussion groups on issues that support positive youth development among LGBTQ+ youth to students, teachers, administrators, parents and community in schools, community-based youth serving organizations, civic and religious organizations, and professional and youth groups.

•    Promote programs and engage stakeholders through community outreach events and a variety of communication streams, including the COH website, social media platforms, and e-newsletter.

•    Work closely with other department staff to ensure arts programming is integrated throughout the department’s programs and events.

•    Provide direct support and supervision at department’s programs and events as needed

•    Develop appropriate relationships with youth and families to encourage participation in activities and ensure all feel welcomed and valued.

•    Participate in required meetings, including department meetings, committee meetings, all staff meetings, trainings, and group consultation.

•    Document all services provided.

•    Maintain highest level of client confidentiality and professionalism. 

•    Handle a variety of special projects and other related duties, as assigned.   

Organizational Core Competencies: Demonstrated by the candidate. 

•    Critical Thinking: Consistently identifies, gathers, and applies relevant information to their work.

•    Equity Mindset:  Understands and is committed to goals of equity; consistently brings an equity mindset to the organization works and workplace.  interpersonally, organizationally and structurally.

•    Collaboration:  Helps colleague’s as needed, views responsibilities as shared

•    Communication:  Uses effective written and oral communication with internal staff, teams, and community served; demonstrates empathy and listening.

•    Adaptability:  The quality of being able to adjust to new conditions. Being able to change in order to fit or work better in some situations or for some purpose.

•    Develops and Motivates Others:  Motivates others and supports their development through strong coaching and mentoring

•    Leads with Vision:  Effectively prepares and communicates vision for the future of the organization and guides team through developing and managing subsequent changes.

•    Continuous Improvement Minded:  Identifies strategies to improve organization’s impact; weighs diverse inputs to inform strategies, sets course and drives implementation.

Education/Experience and Qualifications:

•    Bachelor's degree in social services, education, the arts, or related field and/or three years relevant experience in coordinating arts programs for youth/families.

•    Previous experience working with LGBTQ+ youth/families and familiarity with issues of particular relevance to LGBTQ+ people.

•    Ability to lead arts classes and workshops in at least one artistic discipline.

•    A passion for COH’s work and its mission to advance the community and secure the health and well-being of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) people of Chicagoland.

•    Demonstrated ability to work effectively with people of diverse races, ethnicities, nationalities, sexual orientations, gender identities, gender expression, socio-economic backgrounds, religions, ages, English-speaking abilities, immigration status, and physical abilities in a multicultural environment.

•    Working knowledge of and/or desire to support positive youth development, trauma-informed, harm reduction, anti-adultism, and strength-based approaches.

•    Must be able to work a flexible schedule including some evenings and some Saturdays (The hours of operation are subject to change). 

•    Must be highly organized, timely, demonstrate effective leadership skills, and be able to work with a multi-disciplinary team in a fast-paced environment. 

•    Bilingual - Spanish/English preferred, but not required.

•    Must pass a background check.

Physical Demands and Work Environment: This is a list of physical demands that is required to perform the essential functions of the position.

Physical Demands and Work Environment    Level

Sitting for long periods of time    Frequent

Standing occasionally    Occasionally

Lifting 15lbs or more    Occasionally

Walking    Constant

Walking up/down stairs    Occasionally

Bending    Occasionally

Machine and Equipment Used:

This is a list of machinery/equipment that is required to perform the essential duties of the position. 

Machine and Equipment Used:

Computer

Telephone

Application Process: 

Apply to the following website: https://www.centeronhalsted.org/careers.html  In your cover letter, please address the following questions:

1.    What do you see as the most significant challenges facing LGBTQ+ today?

2.    How could you help LGBTQ+ youth navigate those challenges through the position for which you are applying?           

*CENTER ON HALSTED IS A MANDATED VACCINATION EMPLOYER.  THOSE WHO ARE VACINNATED OR WISH TO BE VACINNATED WILL BE CONSIDERED FOR EMPLOYMENT. 

*CENTER ON HALSTED IS A HYBRID EMPLOYER.

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

Disclaimer

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. 

 

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Youth Development Manager

Chicago, Illinois

Is remote? No


Center on Halsted
Chicago, IL

Website: http://www.centeronhalsted.org

Posted: June 9, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Center on Halsted, Susan Heatherly, Director Of Human Resources
Phone: 773-472-6469

Link to posting: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/re...

Job Description

Salary Range:$50,000.00 To 52,000.00 Annually
 

Essential Functions (critical to job function):

The Youth Development Program Manager (YDPM) develops and manages programs that engage LGBTQ+ youth within their communities, schools, peer groups, and families to build and strengthen the personal qualities that will enable them to grow and flourish throughout life. The YDPM will help create and implement COH’s new year-long mentoring program and summer service camp.  All YDPM developed programs will promote positive outcomes for young people by providing opportunities, fostering positive relationships, and furnishing the support needed to build on their leadership strengths. This position requires skills and knowledge in volunteer/intern supervision, grant management, program development and evaluation, discussion group & workshop facilitation, and event planning.  The YFPM must possess strong communication skills and demonstrated the ability to work effectively with diverse populations and establish rapport with youth and parents/caregivers.

Job Description

Duties/Responsibilities:

•    Identify, develop, implement, and manage high-quality in-person and virtual youth development programs, including COH’s new year-long youth mentoring program and summer service camp, built on best practices in the field, innovation, and sharing of resources.

•    Ensure youth development programs utilize a positive youth development, strengths-based, trauma informed, harm reduction, LGBTQ+ affirming approach and are designed to improve youth well-being, enhance connections between youth and parents/caregivers, and strengthen community support.

•    Recruit, train and supervise community volunteers to lead youth development programs and events as needed; facilitate and lead programs as needed. 

•    Develop and lead workshops, trainings, and discussion groups on issues that support positive youth development among LGBTQ+ youth to students, teachers, administrators, parents and community in schools, community-based youth serving organizations, civic and religious organizations, and professional and youth groups.

•    Conduct ongoing program evaluation and manage reporting requirements for funders.

•    Develop and maintain strong partnerships with schools, nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and community groups to enhance program impact, participation, and geographic reach.

•    Promote programs and engage stakeholders through community outreach events and a variety of communication streams, including the COH website, social media platforms, and e-newsletter.

•    Work closely with other department staff to ensure youth development programming is integrated throughout the department’s programs and events.

•    Provide direct support and supervision at department’s programs and events as needed.

•    Develop appropriate relationships with youth and families to encourage participation in activities and ensure all feel welcomed and valued

•    Participate in required meetings, including department meetings, committee meetings, all staff meetings, trainings, and group consultation.

•    Document all services provided

•    Maintain highest level of client confidentiality and professionalism. 

•    Handle a variety of special projects and other related duties, as assigned.   

Organizational Core Competencies: Demonstrated by the candidate.

•    Critical Thinking: Consistently identifies, gathers, and applies relevant information to their work.

•    Equity Mindset:  Understands and is committed to goals of equity; consistently brings an equity mindset to the organization works and workplace.  interpersonally, organizationally and structurally.

•    Collaboration:  Helps colleague’s as needed, views responsibilities as shared

•    Communication:  Uses effective written and oral communication with internal staff, teams, and community served; demonstrates empathy and listening.

•    Adaptability:  The quality of being able to adjust to new conditions. Being able to change in order to fit or work better in some situations or for some purpose.

•    Develops and Motivates Others:  Motivates others and supports their development through strong coaching and mentoring

•    Leads with Vision:  Effectively prepares and communicates vision for the future of the organization and guides team through developing and managing subsequent changes.

•    Continuous Improvement Minded:  Identifies strategies to improve organization’s impact; weighs diverse inputs to inform strategies, sets course and drives implementation.

Education/Experience and Qualifications:

Skills/Qualifications

•    Bachelor's degree in social services, education, or related field and five years of experience in youth development program management.

•    Previous experience working with LGBTQ+ youth/families and familiarity with issues of particular relevance to LGBTQ+ people.

•    A passion for COH’s work and its mission to advance community and secure the health and well-being of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) people of Chicagoland.

•    Demonstrated ability to work effectively with people of diverse races, ethnicities, nationalities, sexual orientations, gender identities, gender expression, socio-economic backgrounds, religions, ages, English-speaking abilities, immigration status, and physical abilities in a multicultural environment.

•    Working knowledge of and/or desire to support positive youth development, trauma-informed, harm reduction, anti-adultism, and strength-based approaches.

•    Must be able to work a flexible schedule including some evenings and some Saturdays (the hours of operation are subject to change). 

•    Must be highly organized, timely, demonstrate effective leadership skills, and be able to work with a multi-disciplinary team in a fast-paced environment. 

•    Bilingual - Spanish/English preferred, but not required.

•    Must pass a background check.

Physical Demands and Work Environment: This is a list of physical demands that is required to perform the essential functions of the position.

Physical Demands and Work Environment    Level

Sitting for long periods of time    Frequent

Standing occasionally    Occasionally

Lifting 15lbs or more    Occasionally

Walking    Constant

Walking up/down stairs    Occasionally

Bending    Occasionally

Machine and Equipment Used:

This is a list of machinery/equipment that is required to perform the essential duties of the position.

Machine and Equipment Used:

Computer

Telephone

Application Process:

Apply to the following website: https://www.centeronhalsted.org/careers.html  In your cover letter, please address the following questions:

1.    What do you see as the most significant challenges facing LGBTQ+ today?

2.    How could you help LGBTQ+ youth navigate those challenges through the position for which you are applying?

*CENTER ON HALSTED IS A MANDATED VACCINATION EMPLOYER.  THOSE WHO ARE VACINNATED OR WISH TO BE VACINNATED WILL BE CONSIDERED FOR EMPLOYMENT. 

*CENTER ON HALSTED IS A HYBRID EMPLOYER. 

 

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

Disclaimer

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. 

 

 

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Policy Associate

Chicago, Illinois

Is remote? Yes


Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation
Chicago, IL

Website: https://www.caase.org/

Posted: June 8, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Jennifer Dawson, Director of Human Resources
Email: hr@caase.org

Job Description

About CAASE

Mission and Vision

CAASE envisions a community free from all forms of sexual exploitation, including sexual assault and the commercial sex trade. CAASE addresses the culture, institutions, and individuals that perpetrate, profit from, or support sexual exploitation. Our work includes prevention, policy reform, community engagement, and legal services.

Values

Social and institutional systems do not adequately serve survivors of sexual violation. Sexual violation disproportionately harms people from marginalized communities, including girls and women, people of color, LGBTQ people, people with disabilities, people living in poverty, and immigrants and people without documentation. To best support survivors, CAASE confronts the inequities that fuel or intersect with sexual harm. Our dedication to this work is reflected in our values.  

 

Dignity | We respect the inherent humanity of all people and strive to expand opportunities for personal autonomy.

Accountability | We answer to survivors and collaborate with allies as we seek to hold those responsible for harm accountable.

Progress | We create individual, institutional and cultural change by using innovative approaches to ending sexual harm. 

Equity | We commit to building a world where every person, with consideration for their intersecting identities and unique circumstances, has the same access to opportunity and power.

CAASE does not discriminate against job applicants or employees on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, ethnicity, sex (including sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, gender stereotyping, pregnancy and childbirth status) religion, national origin, age (40 and over), mental or physical disability, neurotype, marital status, genetic predisposition or carrier status, military status, veteran status, arrest record, status as a victim of domestic violence, status as being under an order of protection, lack of a permanent mailing address or using the mailing address of a shelter or social service provider, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. CAASE supports a person’s full access to reproductive health information and services.

About the Opportunity

The Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation (CAASE)  is excited to be hiring a Policy Associate! You are someone with passion and experience in advocacy, policy, communications, research and/or organizing for social justice. Collaborating with others and working towards systemic solutions invigorates you, but you’re also comfortable working independently on projects and can ask for help and feedback when needed. You don’t need to have all the answers on policy or research questions, but you know where or how you can find them, or who is the best to learn from. You have impeccable and creative communication skills, targeting the best key messages for the right audiences, and can distill difficult concepts into straightforward messaging. You prioritize tasks and projects well in a rapidly-changing political and policy environment, are strategic with your time, can anticipate what’s next, and are flexible. You are confident and down-to-earth in a variety of spaces while working with a diverse group of stakeholders, coalitions, policymakers, and elected officials. 

Job Function

The Policy Associate assists with the development, execution, and implementation of policy and advocacy efforts, and works in collaboration with public, private, and governmental agencies to transform their responses to sexual exploitation, including specifically sexual assault and the commercial sex trade. We support systemic solutions that prevent future sexual violence by breaking down the layers of oppression that increase the likelihood of victimization, including sexism, racism, classism, ableism, heterosexism and transphobia. The Policy Department advocates for local and statewide policies and legislation that expand options for survivors of sexual harm, hold perpetrators and systems accountable, curtail the criminalization of trauma behaviors, and prevent future violence by:

  • Advocating for survivor-centered legislation and policy on local and state levels
  • Working in coalitions with survivor-leaders and allies to address major systemic issues
  • Meeting with policymakers and elected officials
  • Educating voters on candidates’ positions on our issues
  • Engaging in strategic judicial reforms like amicus briefs

 

Salary and Benefits

 

The role is a hybrid, full-time, 40 hours per week position, with the ability to work remotely in Illinois, with preference for Chicago or Springfield, and/or in-person at CAASE’s Chicago Loop office. COVID-19 vaccinations are required for candidates as of their first day of employment.

Status: Full time, non-exempt.

Reports to: Policy Manager

The starting annual salary for this position is $55,000 and may be negotiable depending on experience. This position is grant funded for one year, with the goal to provide continued funding after one year. 

CAASE strives to provide a comprehensive and equitable benefits package, including health and dental coverage with employer contributions to premiums, optional vision coverage, and employer paid life insurance. CAASE offers a robust 401k plan with a 2% employer contribution regardless of employee elections. CAASE offers remote work stipends to partially cover phone and internet expenses for those to whom it applies. CAASE also has generous paid time off, including regular vacation time, flexible sick time which can be used for mental health, preventative health and family wellness, regular paid holidays (including floating holidays,) and long term paid medical and parental leave.  

Responsibilities

Research and Communication

  • Prepare in-depth, quality research into policy issues and translate that research to convincingly reach diverse audiences.
  • Draft fact sheets, social media posts, talking points, and related communications and advocacy materials that advance the mission.
  • Monitor and identify emerging issues relevant to the project’s goals.
  • Help design and execute strategies for effective dissemination of research and communications documents to advance policy change in Illinois.

 

Collaboration and Organizing

  • Maintain relationships with partner organizations working on policy campaigns.
  • Build and maintain relationships with policy makers, staff, and stakeholders. Collect information, track policy efforts, and develop partnerships, advocacy and education strategies to advance the department’s agenda and expertise.
  • Schedule, plan and lead campaign committee, grant partner, work group, and steering committee meetings.
  • Represent CAASE at conferences, meetings, and other events, including preparing materials for distribution and making presentations, as needed.
  • Schedule, plan and lead campaign committee, grant partner, work group, and steering committee meetings.

 

Legislative Advocacy and Implementation

  • Develop and maintain relationships with elected officials, policy makers, key governmental staff, community groups, and campaign partners.
  • Assist in preparing for meetings with elected officials and other lobbying activities, including scheduling visits, and drafting and compiling materials.
  • Communicate with elected and public officials and their staff on behalf of CAASE.
  • Develop a deep understanding of the policy and political landscape in Chicago, Cook County, and Illinois.

 

Administrative

  • Assist Policy Manager with other responsibilities as needed.
  • Participate in office-wide fundraising, team-building, and administrative activities. 

 

Education and Experience

  • Candidates must be committed to feminist principles and social justice, practicing intersectional equity in all facets of the work, and ending the perpetration of sexual harm in Chicago and Illinois.
  • A minimum of three years of relevant experience in fields like policy, advocacy, organizing, communications, research, law, social work, etc.
  • Strong relationship-building and interpersonal skills, including the ability to develop and manage productive and collaborative relationships both internally and externally.
  • Highly collaborative mindset both internally and externally; comfortable working both independently and as part of a team, and engaging with diverse stakeholders.
  • Excellent written and oral communication and research skills; able to communicate complex concepts in a clear, effective manner for a lay audience, and target communications and messaging to specific audiences in a variety of formats.
  • Strong strategic and critical thinking skills, including applied research and analytical skills, ability to synthesize information, identify themes, and exercise a logical and resourceful approach to evaluating and addressing problems. 

 

Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Thorough understanding of the dynamics of sexual violence and sexual exploitation, including criminal legal system responses and/or non-carceral responses, as well as an understanding of the Illinois legal landscape. 
  • The ideal candidate will have demonstrated knowledge of and experience in at least one of the following:
    • policymaking and issue campaigns at the local or state level;
    • Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office and Chicago Police Department response to sexual harm crimes, including understanding of criminal and/or civil legal systems
    • Organizing and collaborating with diverse coalitions
  • Demonstrated project management and organizational skills; able to meet multiple deadlines by setting priorities and identifying resources.
  • Ability to think strategically, juggle multiple priorities, adjust to changing circumstances, resolve problems creatively and logically, organize time efficiently, and remain attentive to details.
  • Experience implementing complex projects aimed at informing and advancing effective policy.
  • Experience with victims of crime and people who have experienced trauma, and an understanding of survivors’ experiences in the criminal legal system is a plus. 
  • Acute political awareness and non-partisan perspective and approach; demonstrated ability to build relationships among individuals and organizations with a range of interests and perspectives.

 

Application Instructions

Please submit a resume and cover letter to hr@caase.org. No phone calls please. If you need any assistance or accommodations during the application process, please contact hr@caase.org.

Studies have shown women, LGBTQ+ folks and/or BIPOC are less likely to apply for jobs unless they believe they meet every single one of the qualifications described in a job description. We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive organization and we are most interested in finding the best candidate for the job. We are eager for applications from people with non-traditional backgrounds, and we strongly encourage all interested candidates to apply.

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Marketing & Communications Manager

Ferndale, Michigan

Is remote? No


Affirmations
Ferndale, MI

Website: http://www.goaffirmations.org

Posted: May 23, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Jeremy Merklinger, Finance Director
Email: careers@goaffirmations.org
Phone: 248-398-7105

Link to posting: https://goaffirmations.org/job/marketing-communications-manager/

Job Description

Affirmations Community Center is looking for a Marketing & Communications Manager to join our growing team under the supervision of the Executive Director. The ideal applicant will have a broad background in marketing and communications, with a minimum of 2 years’ job experience and experience with the LGBTQ+ community. They will be responsible for acting as the primary creator and manager of all marketing and communications initiatives across the organization including for programming, development, events, advocacy and more. This is a full time, salaried position ($50,000 – $55,000 per year) with a generous benefits package, including health, dental and vision, 401k, life insurance, and paid time off.  A flexible, hybrid work schedule with some remote opportunities is available.

The Marketing & Communications Manager needs to have extremely strong writing and organizational skills with a proven track record of successfully implementing marketing campaigns. In this hands-on role, you will be asked to work with various team members and community partners to create marketing materials, ad campaigns, and other materials, all while holding responsibility for meeting deadlines and delivering final projects on time and to spec. The Marketing & Communications Manager will be asked to contribute their expertise to various types of marketing initiatives—digital, email, and print marketing, etc.

To succeed in this role, you must be an exceptional communicator with critical thinking and proactive problem-solving skills. You also need to be comfortable gathering reporting analytics and being able to track and measure the success of ongoing campaigns. Duties will range widely—from promoting our events to initializing and maintaining media contacts to working with our team to create new print and digital content to promote Affirmations.

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Executive Director

Holland, Michigan

Is remote? No


Out On The Lakeshore
Holland, MI

Website: http://outonthelakeshore.org

Posted: June 7, 2022

Contact Information

Email: jobs@outonthelakeshore.org
Phone: 616-994-8090

Link to posting: https://outonthelakeshore.org/job-opportunities/

Job Description

Position: Executive Director

$55,000/paid on a 1099

Essential Functions (critical to job function):

The executive director will provide strategic leadership, oversee center operations, and cultivate relationships with area businesses, donors, and other non-profit organizations. Essential functions include: coordinating and growing fundraising initiatives and grant support; creating and sustaining educational outreach with Lakeshore community, businesses, government, and schools; actively engaging with OOTL volunteers, board members, programming committees, partnering organizations, and donors; manage the OOTL budget in collaboration with the Board of Directors (BoD); and, grow the awareness of the organization in the Lakeshore community. This position will manage the administrative assistant and work closely with the Board of Directors and committee leadership.

Non-essential:

Attend Lakeshore area/Grand Rapids nonprofit meetings and other networking events.

Job Description:

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Oversee all daily functions relating to the community center.
  • Create and implement a plan focused on increasing donor relations and fundraising goals.
  • Establish and maintain relationships with area grantors and foundations to increase funding stream to the center.
  • Serve as the primary contact for communication for all activities related to OOTL, including educational programs, fundraising, grant administration, and community engagement opportunities
  • Work closely with the BoD to ensure visibility within the Lakeshore community and achieve strategic initiatives.
  • Increase social media efforts by creating a content schedule.
  • Work with area schools (social workers and GSA), churches, local businesses, and area nonprofits to increase visibility with the Lakeshore communities.
  • Supervise and support the OOTL administrative assistant and OOTL interns.
  • Increase overall donor relations by 5% and funding by 10%.
  • Create a 3-year strategic plan, with annual benchmarks, for center growth.
  • Support the Pride committee in monthly and programming Pride Festival activities.
  • Support the center programming by working collaboratively with the committees (ex: Family & Friends, GenderSafe).
  • Develop and maintain programs and services that support LBGTQ+ Youth, in collaboration with BoD and committee leadership.
  • Facilitate the development of educational programs/ modules focused on gender inclusive workplaces and classrooms.
  • Develop partnerships with local non-profits that support minoritized Lakeshore communities.
  • Manage center budget including; taxation, audit, and compliance, and other financial elements specific to a non-profit organization.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications and Education:

Required qualifications

  • 3-5 years’ in program administration, with managerial experience.
  • 1-3 years’ experience in donor relations, fundraising, or grant writing.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Nonprofit Management, or relevant area.
  • Demonstrated adaptable, innovative, passionate, mission-driven leadership
  • Demonstrated self-directed workstyle with integrity, transparency, and positive attitude
  • Demonstrated support and advocacy of the LBGTQ+ Community
  • Ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people
  • Strong communication (written and verbal) skills

Preferred qualifications

  • Prior knowledge of OOTL, our mission, vision, and work in the community
  • Conflict resolution skills
  • Media training
  • Knowledge of the following software: Bloomerang, Eventbrite, social media platforms, Canva, Google Suite, Quick Books, Wordpress

 

Physical Demands and Work Environment:        

Sitting for long periods of time   Frequent

Standing occasionally     Occasionally

Lifting 15lbs or more      Occasionally

Walking                Occasionally

Walking up/down stairs    Occasionally

Bending               Occasionally

Machine and Equipment Used:

This is a list of machinery/equipment that is required to perform the essential duties of the position.

Machine and Equipment Used:

Computer

Telephone

Cleaning tools: Mop, broom

Application Process:

Apply to the following email:  jobs@outonthelakeshore.org  Please include cover letter, resume, and references. 

NO PHONE CALLS

*OUT ON THE LAKESHORE IS A MANDATED VACCINATION EMPLOYER.  THOSE WHO ARE VACINNATED OR WISH TO BE VACINNATED WILL BE CONSIDERED FOR EMPLOYMENT.

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

Disclaimer

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, Out on the Lakeshore reserves the right to change as it sees fit any and all of the employee’s responsibilities, tasks and duties.

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Executive Director

Springfield, Missouri

Is remote? No


The GLO Center
Springfield, MO

Website: http://www.glocenter.org/

Posted: May 19, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Arianna Beckham, Co-President of the Board
Email: copresident@glocenter.org
Phone: 417-849-6305

Link to posting: https://www.indeed.com/m/viewjob?jk=1d6388d92086deab&from=native

Job Description

Seeking a part-time Executive Director to manage operations and growth at the oldest LGBTQIA+ community center in Missouri. With a focus on anti-racism and QTBIPOC support, we envision a collaborative, diverse, and free thinking staff who are well versed in non-profit work and management. The GLO Center is a devoted community partner that thrives on immersive leadership, communication, and engaging its members.

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Temporary On-Call Program Facilitator

Remote, Nebraska

Is remote? No


Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools
Remote, NE

Posted: May 12, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Dr. Katie Edwards, Associate Professor
Email: Katie.Edwards@unl.edu

Job Description

Program Facilitator, On Call, $18/hour

Temporary On-Call Program Facilitator (100% REMOTE WORK)

Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 

The individuals in this position will co-facilitate an online program for LGBTQIA2S+ youth ages 15 to 18. The program (PRYSHM [Promoting Resilient Youth with Strong Hearts and Minds]) aims to facilitate LGBTQIA2S+ teens feeling affirmed, accepted, and a sense of pride about their LGBTQIA2S+ identities. The main, desired outcome of the program is to embolden and empower participating youth to make healthy decisions consistent with their personal values, hopes, and goals for the future. Prior to co-facilitating the program, facilitators will be intensively trained by the program team. Facilitators will also participate in weekly, 1-hour supervision sessions during the program to improve facilitation skills. Program sessions are all online (via Zoom) and will be during the evenings and on weekends. This position is a temporary, on-call position; hours will be variable. Online program sessions will occur during time convenient for youth (weekends and evenings), so it is required that the person in this position have regular availability during this time. The individuals in this position DO NOT need to be located in Lincoln, NE. This work will be done 100% remotely.

 

Preference will be given to applicants who have experience working with LGBTQIA2S+ youth in professional settings as well as individuals with previous experience teaching, facilitating programs, and/or leading programming with diverse youth. Also, given the target population (i.e., LGBTQIA2S+), it is required that the person in this position have extensive knowledge of and/or engagement with the LGBTQIA2S+ community. Facilitators must also pass a background check.

 

The minimum qualification is high school or GED.

 

Interested candidates should submit a resume and a brief letter of interest highlighting relevant experience to Dr. Katie Edwards. Questions should also be directed to:

 

Dr. Katie Edwards

Associate Professor

Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools

Katie.Edwards@unl.edu

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Reproductive Rights Policy Advocate

Las Cruces, New Mexico

Is remote? No


ACLU of New Mexico
NM

Website: https://www.aclu-nm.org/

Posted: June 14, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Kari Sutton, Manager of People Operations

Link to posting: https://www.aclu-nm.org/en/jobs/reproductive-rights-policy-advocate

Job Description

The Reproductive Rights Policy Advocate (RRA) works cross-department to develop and implement advocacy strategies aimed at protecting and expanding access to reproductive health care and rights and gender equity. Reporting to the Policy Director, this advocate supports other strategic issues areas. The position requires data-gathering and research; forming alliances with strategic partners; mobilizing and organizing partners in support of the ACLU-NM’s mission; serving as a media spokesperson, advocating with policy makers; and representation of the ACLU-NM’s positions in public forums.

The RRA is committed to advancing reproductive health, rights, and justice. They have a proven ability to take initiative, think on the micro and macro level, learn new areas related to reproductive health and rights quickly, think strategically, communicate clearly and persuasively, and work collaboratively in partnership with diverse groups. This person has a commitment to the principles of reproductive and racial justice. The position carries out these duties in close coordination with other ACLU-NM departments, especially legal and communications programs. The Policy Advocate is based in Las Cruces.

Please see the full job posting, including details on how to paply, on our website: https://www.aclu-nm.org/en/jobs/reproductive-rights-policy-advocate

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Prevention Educator

New City, New York

Is remote? No


Community Awareness Network for a Drug-free Life and Environment, Inc. (CANDLE)
New City, NY

Website: https://www.candlerockland.org/

Posted: June 24, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Jacqueline Sellin, Prevention Program Director

Link to posting: https://www.candlerockland.org/employment

Job Description

Duties/Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  1. Develop and implement prevention programs to be delivered in school and community settings.
  2. Coordinate and facilitate psycho-educational groups for youth K-12.
  3. Develop and present workshops to students, school faculty, parents, and the community; expand training opportunities in schools, community-based youth-serving organizations, civic and religious organizations, and professional and youth groups.
  4. Outreach to schools/communities in Rockland County to create partnerships and collaborations.
  5. Maintain program records and compile program reports.
  6. Facilitate the integration of issues of concern to LGBTQ youth and their adult supports into all of CANDLE’s programs.

Qualifications:

  • Commitment to working with youth in substance abuse and violence prevention programs.
  • Bachelor’s degree in education, health, mental health, social service, or related field with experience working with youth.
  • Experience facilitating groups, developing curricula, workshops, and training sessions for diverse audiences is a plus.

Required Skills

  • Candidates bilingual in Spanish and/or Haitian Creole are encouraged to apply.
  • Commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.   
  • Local travel is required, must have a valid driver’s license and regular access to an automobile.                                                              
  • Strong organizational and time management skills; ability to coordinate multiple programs; ability to maintain statistics and records for multiple programs in an organized manner.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills: ability to communicate and work collaboratively with staff, youth, schools, and agencies in the community; experience in public speaking, and networking with school personnel, parents, and community.   
  • Demonstrated computer proficiency with MS Word, MS Excel, and Windows. Basic skills for using social media platforms (Facebook and Instagram) and video conferencing software (Zoom, MS Teams, Google Meet). Familiarity with CANVA  or other design software is a plus.  

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Call Center Representative, Escalation team

New York, New York

Is remote? No


Amida Care
New York, NY

Website: https://www.amidacareny.org/

Posted: June 9, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Morris Gaines, Assistant Director of Human Resources
Phone: (646) 757-7128

Link to posting: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/re...

Job Description

Amida Care is a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion employer committed to full inclusion and elimination of discrimination in all its forms. We strive to develop, promote, and sustain a culture that values equity and leverages diversity and inclusiveness in all that we do. 

The Call Center Representative, Escalation Team acts as a subject-matter expert and is responsible for day to day intake, research and analysis, data gathering and documentation, resolution of complex member and provider inquiries, and claims issues. This role provides live call support to members and providers on a variety of subjects including all traditional Member Services call types and provider centric issues including claims, contracting, fee schedule queries, appeals and managed care procedural queries. Assist by taking calls, answering questions, and providing guidance and mentoring call center staff. Enhance member and other customer experience by providing efficient and timely solution delivery. This position elicits opportunities for operational and experience improvement and engages with call center management on cross functional initiatives to improve customer experience across the service delivery platform.

The Call Center Representative, Escalation Team must be able to work well under pressure to meet deadlines, thrive on attention to detail, exhibit a high level of accuracy, and possess excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. 

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Essential functions are job duties and responsibilities that must be performed to accomplish the purpose/ goals of the job.

•    Field, triage and resolve complex member and provider inquiries with regard to claims, authorizations, eligibility, and benefits, including those escalated by TPA

•    Research, escalate, and route provider and member inquiries within Amida Care or associated vendors as appropriate; ensure follow through with customers

•    Identify and surface reoccurring issues, customer feedback and other opportunities for improvement to call center management

•    Participate in individual coaching as well as team and department training

•    Work collaboratively and provide support and guidance to call center and customer touch point staff across the service organization

•    Resolve provider issues that may cross departmental lines and involve management team

•    Assist with training/coaching of other call center representatives as appropriate

•    Good understanding of medical billing, and claims processing systems

•    Ability to analyze, document and implement processes and procedures as prescribed by Plan policies

•    Research, escalate, and route provider and member inquiries within Amida Care or Associated Vendors as appropriate; ensure follow through with the providers/members.

 

MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS

•    Bachelor’s Degree in health care, business or similar, or an equivalent combination of directly related experience

•    Must have strong health plan knowledge with minimum of three (3) years of customer service, provider service, and claims experience in a call center setting

•    Bi-lingual English and Spanish strongly preferred

•    Salesforce or other CRM experience is a plus

•    Effective communication (verbal and written) and presentation skills with the ability to communicate to a variety of stakeholders within the organization, providers, vendors, and outside organizations.

•    Knowledge of process improvement methodologies desired.

•    Demonstrated proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point and Access).

•    Demonstrated cultural humility and understanding of and sensitivity to multi-cultural values, beliefs, and attitudes of stakeholders.

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Community Health Outreach Worker

New York, New York

Is remote? No


Amida Care
New York, NY

Website: https://www.amidacareny.org/

Posted: June 9, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Morris Gaines, Assistant Director of Human Resources
Email: mgaines@amidacareny.org
Phone: (646) 757-7128

Link to posting: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/re...

Job Description

Amida Care is a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion employer committed to full inclusion and elimination of discrimination in all its forms. We strive to develop, promote, and sustain a culture that values equity and leverages diversity and inclusiveness in all that we do. 

The Driver is responsible for maintaining an efficient, well organized community outreach vehicle (COV). The Driver is accountable for the day to day operations on the assigned COV, responsible for all marketing materials on the assigned COV, the ordering of marketing supplies, daily set up and break down and the interior cleanliness and maintenance of the assigned vehicle. The driver will ensure that Growth Field Staff (and potential members) are provided an appropriate environment to perform their function of enrolling members into our plans. Ensuring supplies, giveaways, marketing tools/stands/signs are stored properly and provided to staff working events/marketing sites.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Essential functions are job duties and responsibilities that must be performed to accomplish the purpose/ goals of the job.

•    Retrieve, drive and return the COV to one of our designated garage parking locations. 

•    Check the interior and exterior of the COV for cosmetic and operational issues, including loose cabinet handles, any wall issues, torn or frayed carpet, issues with flooring, dents, cracks or broken glass and rest room functioning.

•    Maintain a clean and organized COV on a daily basis and perform minor maintenance as needed, including but not limited to daily vehicle inspections, ensuring sufficient fuel, regular inspection of engine fluids, etc., and coordinate the schedule of major or periodic vehicle maintenance with management to minimize interruption to field efforts. Must report issues and/or concerns relating to the COV to the immediate supervisor within 24 hours of discovery.

•    Set up marketing/event equipment and material, including promotional material, merchandise, gazebos and sandwich board, tents, tables, chairs etc. Transport boxes of marketing/event material that may weigh up to 100 pounds to Amida Care offices, events, to the COV and to marketing/event locations. 

•    Conduct and maintain inventory of supplies according to par levels to orders supplies as needed. Supply orders will be requested to direct supervisor and ordered based on need of department/COV.

•    Comply with local and Department of Transportation (DOT) traffic and vehicle regulations. Read and interpret maps, driving directions and navigate to and from marketing locations within the five boroughs of NYC, as well as Westchester and Long Island.

•    Complete and submit detailed expense reports monthly including required receipts, invoices/bills, meter tickets and maintain a highly accurate daily log and manifest. To complete necessary reporting as required by management.

•    Inform supervisor of any changes and incidents, including marketing obstacles. Check and respond to email in a timely manner.

 •    Retrieve, drive and return the COV to one of our designated garage parking locations. 

•    Check the interior and exterior of the COV for cosmetic and operational issues, including loose cabinet handles, any wall issues, torn or frayed carpet, issues with flooring, dents, cracks or broken glass and rest room functioning.

•    Maintain a clean and organized COV on a daily basis and perform minor maintenance as needed, including but not limited to daily vehicle inspections, ensuring sufficient fuel, regular inspection of engine fluids, etc., and coordinate the schedule of major or periodic vehicle maintenance with management to minimize interruption to field efforts. Must report issues and/or concerns relating to the COV to the immediate supervisor within 24 hours of discovery.

•    Set up marketing/event equipment and material, including promotional material, merchandise, gazebos and sandwich board, tents, tables, chairs etc. Transport boxes of marketing/event material that may weigh up to 100 pounds to Amida Care offices, events, to the COV and to marketing/event locations. 

•    Conduct and maintain inventory of supplies according to par levels to orders supplies as needed. Supply orders will be requested to direct supervisor and ordered based on need of department/COV.

•    Comply with local and Department of Transportation (DOT) traffic and vehicle regulations. Read and interpret maps, driving directions and navigate to and from marketing locations within the five boroughs of NYC, as well as Westchester and Long Island.

•    Complete and submit detailed expense reports monthly including required receipts, invoices/bills, meter tickets and maintain a highly accurate daily log and manifest. To complete necessary reporting as required by management.

•    Inform supervisor of any changes and incidents, including marketing obstacles. Check and respond to email in a timely manner.

•    Maintain a current and unencumbered Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Class B with zero points and no driving while under the influence (DWI) or driving under the influence (DUI) convictions.

•     Inform supervisor immediately and in no case more than 48 hours following any vehicle incidents and/or traffic infractions while driving the COV or in any other context.

MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS

•    High School diploma or GED or an equivalent combination of education and work experience.

•    Two (2) or more years of commercial driving experience

•    A valid CDL Class B driver’s license with, a good driving record and an updated DOT card is required

•    No serious moving violations within the last 36 months

•    No preventable DOT accidents within the last 12 months

•    Knowledge of and ability to perform basic vehicle inspection and maintenance, including tire pressure, engine fluids, exhaust system, etc.

•    Knowledge of reading and interpreting maps and driving directions within NY City, as well as, using internet-based mapping websites, including on a Iphone device.

•    Strong verbal and written communication effectiveness with demonstrated ability to communicate professionally and courteously with a highly diverse internal and external population.

•    Demonstrated ability to maintain the confidentiality and security of sensitive and protected information and files.

•    Bilingual English – Spanish is a plus.

•    Strong customer service and interpersonal skills; Excellent communication and problem-solving skills

•    Demonstrate understanding and sensitivity to multi-cultural values, beliefs, and attitudes of both internal and external contacts.

•    Demonstrate appropriate behaviors in accordance with the organization’s vision, mission, and values.

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Executive Assistant (Finance and Compliance)

New York, New York

Is remote? No


Amida Care
New York, NY

Website: https://www.amidacareny.org/

Posted: June 9, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Morris Gaines, Assistant Director of Human Resources
Phone: (646) 757-7128

Link to posting: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/re...

Job Description

Amida Care is a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion employer committed to full inclusion and elimination of discrimination in all its forms. We strive to develop, promote, and sustain a culture that values equity and leverages diversity and inclusiveness in all that we do. 

 The Executive Assistant – Finance & Compliance will provide administrative support to the Finance and Compliance departments.   The position will perform a broad variety of daily administrative office tasks including, but not limited to: managing active calendars of appointments and meetings; maintaining files; composing and preparing correspondence that is sometimes confidential; supporting the monitoring of Compliance audits and follow-ups; and the preparation and tracking of expense and other recurring reports.  

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Essential functions are job duties and responsibilities that must be performed to accomplish the purpose/ goals of the job.

•    Manage the Chief Financial Officer (CFO)’s and Compliance Officer (CO)’s calendar of work appointments, meetings, travel, etc., providing meeting prep materials and keeping CFO and CO meetings on time and minimizing interruptions and delays.

•    Provide administrative support to the Finance department, including, but not limited to: the scanning and filing of weekly accounts payable payments and supporting documentation; assisting with the mailing process of payments and correspondence (FEDEX and regular mail); and maintenance of all electronic and hard copy files.

•    Review and process corporate card program, including the weekly reconciliation of corporate card logs, receipts and follow-ups with department leads (card holders). 

•    Prepare and organize Finance files, including accounts payable, general ledger and others as needed

•    Develop and implement a process to organize and maintain all CFO office files.

•    Manage, coordinate and act as the lead facilitator for Amida Care’s offsite storage maintenance and processing with GRM vendor, and liaison with departments, related to requests for the retrieval from and transfer to offsite storage.

•    Manage and act as the lead administrator for Amida Care’s policy maintenance and tracking system (Policy Stat) including reviewing, monitoring and supporting all users for timely updates and approvals of policies. 

•    Manage, track and administer the BRAVO program and other related tasks from the Cultural Transformation Initiative.

•    Manage, track and support the Compliance team with reminders and follow-up emails to business leads in obtaining documents for pending plan of corrections/corrective action plans.

•    Manage, update and monitoring of all Compliance work plans and other regulatory tracking worksheets

•    Assist Compliance Manager in obtaining necessary documents for internal audits and other tasks related to the audits

•    Provide administrative support to the Compliance department with the coordination and organization of documents for A44 Full and Target surveys

•    Responsible for the outgoing HIPAA mailing process

•    Manage special projects as assigned by the CFO and CO.

•    Complete ad-hoc projects as assigned in accordance with organizational need.   

 

MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS

•    Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent combination of education and relevant work experience

•    Three (3) years’ experience supporting C-Level Executives, preferably in a non-profit organization

•    Demonstrate ability to work independently and know when to seek support

•    Demonstrate ability to build relationships with stakeholders, including: staff, board members and external partners

•    Demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills

•    Demonstrate strong organizational skills that reflect ability to perform and prioritize multiple tasks with care and follow-through

•    Exhibit proactive approaches to problem-solving with strong decision making ability

•    Demonstrate proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Project and Outlook) and Media web platforms

•    Demonstrate understanding and sensitivity to multi-cultural values, beliefs, and attitudes of both internal and external contacts.

•    Demonstrate appropriate behaviors in accordance with the organization’s vision, mission, and values.

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Health Navigator

New York, New York

Is remote? No


Amida Care
New York, NY

Website: https://www.amidacareny.org/

Posted: June 9, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Morris gaines, Senior Human Resources Generalist
Email: mgaines@amidacareny.org
Phone: (646) 757-7128

Link to posting: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/re...

Job Description

Amida Care is a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion employer committed to full inclusion and elimination of discrimination in all its forms. We strive to develop, promote, and sustain a culture that values equity and leverages diversity and inclusiveness in all that we do. 

This position is responsible for engaging members who are lost to care, or who are at risk to become lost to care, with the necessary bio psychosocial services to assure optimal health outcomes. Locates members, conducts a needs assessment, develops program goals, and supports members and service providers to assure proper engagement and the delivery of appropriate services.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Essential functions are job duties and responsibilities that must be performed to accomplish the purpose/ goals of the job.

•    Perform telephone, internet, and field outreach to members who have been lost to care or are at risk of being lost to care in order to locate them or determine that they are no longer eligible for services (i.e. institutionalized, deceased).

•    Conduct needs assessments to determine what services members need.

•    Develop individualized member goals to determine needed services and to have a baseline for follow up with individual sites.

•    Refer and connect members to appropriate services/service providers. •    Schedule intake/initial appointments at indicated facilities.

•    Conduct on-going follow up with service providers to assure members are engaged in services and document steps taken towards member goals.

•    Conduct on-going follow up with members to assure engagement in services, appropriateness of service sites, and document all member related activities. 

MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS

•    Bachelor's degree in Human Services or significant relevant experience in HIV medical case management/care coordination.

•    One year experience working with those living with HIV in a social service or medical setting. •    Demonstrated knowledge of HIV case management.

•    Demonstrated judgment of safety, boundaries and confidentiality issues.

•    Demonstrate understanding and sensitivity to multi-cultural values, beliefs, and attitudes of both internal and external contacts.

•    Demonstrate appropriate behaviors in accordance with the organization’s vision, mission, and values. 

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Member Services Representative

New York, New York

Is remote? No


Amida Care
New York, NY

Website: https://www.amidacareny.org/

Posted: June 9, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Morris Gaines, Assistant Director of Human Resources
Phone: (646) 757-7128

Link to posting: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/re...

Job Description

Amida Care is a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion employer committed to full inclusion and elimination of discrimination in all its forms. We strive to develop, promote, and sustain a culture that values equity and leverages diversity and inclusiveness in all that we do. 

The Member Services Representative (MSR) assists the Member Services management in the implementation, overall planning and day to day management of member outreach and support via the inbound/outbound call center. These services include new member orientation and education; ongoing individual and group member education; provision of direct intervention to assist members to access services; facilitation of member retention efforts including CBO and CHOW outreach; development and provision of member materials; and a system to ensure receipt and documentation of all member complaints for follow up, investigation and resolution. This position is also responsible for assisting, sharing, and reporting the Recertification /Retention process; this process includes conducting New Member Orientations (NMO) and member requests follow-up in monitoring, reviewing and assisting in any area concerning member retention, assisting with the coordination and completion of required recertification/retention outreach and inbound/outbound call center operations.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Essential functions are job duties and responsibilities that must be performed to accomplish the purpose/ goals of the job.

•    Receive inbound calls for HSNP lead line English and Spanish queues

•    Identify and resolve member’s inquiry by clarifying, researching and exploring answers and alternative solutions, and escalating unresolved problems

•    Remind members on their pending Care Alerts about getting the services like a PCP visit, STD testing, Viral Loads and Breast cancer screening, and etc.) and/or other Seasonal promotions (i.e. flu-shots)

•    Triage member’s concern and request for follow-ups with other departments of the Organization such as Pharmacy, Health Services, Care Coordination, RICU, Behavioral Health and Provider Services to  assist members with any related concerns outside Member Services’ scopes

•    Navigate different database and information warehouses to resolve member’s issues or concerns (i.e. ESI, CRM, ePACES, and Care Compass)

•    Contact and warm transfer members to Amida Care’s delegated entities (Davis Vision, Healthplex, and Beacon) for questions/concerns regarding vision, dental or behavioral health Issue.

•    Document all conversations in the call center database and/or CRM system in a comprehensible way

•    Meet Quality Assurance requirements and other call center key performance metrics

•    Create lead and assist any perspective member with Medicaid transfer

•    Identify any discrepancies on member’s eligibility (active and/or inactive membership) via ePACES and coordinate with IT if members need to be disenrolled or enrolled in the Amida Care’s main tracking system.

•    Make outbound calls for HSNP projects and conduct outreach follow–ups on After-Hour’s call log

•    Update PCP information, perform demographic changes and process request of ID Cards

•    Assist in filing and resolving member complaints

•    Must be able to maintain strict confidentiality of sensitive member’s information (HIPAA)

•    Utilize translation line for non-English/Spanish speaking members

•    Track and conduct New Member Orientation (NMO) as assigned

•    Conduct special events outreach and update RSVP lists for member events

•    Attend events as needed: Town Hall Meetings, Live Your Life (LYL) Events, NML (New Member Luncheon).

 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

•    High School Diploma or equivalent combination of education and relevant work experience required.

•    Minimum three (3) years’ experience in Customer Service

•    Experience in Health Care; Member Retention experience preferred

•    Demonstrate experience with Medicaid and Medicare preferred.

•     Demonstrate proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, PowerPoint and Publisher) and Adobe.

•    Demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills.

•    Demonstrate strong critical thinking and prioritization skill.

•    Demonstrate ability to meet deadlines in a fast paced environment

•     Demonstrate understanding and sensitivity to multi-cultural values, beliefs, and attitudes of both internal and external contacts.

•    Demonstrate appropriate behaviors in accordance with the organization’s vision, mission, and values

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Member Services Representative - Outbound

New York, New York

Is remote? No


Amida Care
New York, NY

Website: https://www.amidacareny.org/

Posted: June 9, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Morris Gaines, Assistant Director of Human Resources
Phone: (646) 757-7128

Link to posting: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/re...

Job Description

Amida Care is a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion employer committed to full inclusion and elimination of discrimination in all its forms. We strive to develop, promote, and sustain a culture that values equity and leverages diversity and inclusiveness in all that we do. 

The position of Member Services Representative - Outbound focuses on conducting outbound calls to Amida Care members based on different projects generated from Member Experience and Health Services departments. The objective of the Member Services Representative- Outbound is to outreach existing members to enroll into Amida Care programs such as the Live Your Life Undetectable Program, secure updated information from members regarding their PCP selections, correcting inaccurate required data identified by our Quality Team that requires a member touchpoint. This role will also be responsible for updating all newly acquired information into Team Connect/Salesforce which will assist all member-facing staff at Amida Care. This position will also be required to assist with the completion of New Member Orientation outbound calls.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Make outbound calls and follow the call script developed for the campaign
  • Identify and resolve member’s inquiry by clarifying, researching and exploring answers and alternative solutions, and escalating unresolved problems
  • Document all conversations in the call center database and/or CRM system in a comprehensible way
  • Remind members on their pending Care Alerts about getting the services like a PCP visit, STD testing, Viral Loads and Breast cancer screening, and etc.) and/or other Seasonal promotions (i.e. flu-shots)
  • Triage member’s concern and request for follow-ups with other departments of the organization such as Pharmacy, Health Services, Care Coordination, RICU, Behavioral Health and Provider Services toassist members with any related concerns outside Member Services’ scopes
  • Navigate different database and information warehouses to resolve member’s issues or concerns (i.e. ESI, CRM, ePACES, and Care Compass)
  • Contact and warm transfer members to Amida Care’s delegated entities (Davis Vision, Healthplex, and Beacon) for questions/concerns regarding vision, dental or behavioral health Issue.
  • Meet Quality Assurance requirements and other call center key performance metrics
  • Create lead and assist any perspective member with Medicaid transfer
  • Update PCP information, perform demographic changes and process request of ID Cards
  • Assist in filing and resolving member complaints
  • Must be able to maintain strict confidentiality of sensitive member’s information (HIPAA)
  • Utilize translation line for non-English/Spanish speaking members
  • Track and conduct New Member Orientation (NMO) as assigned
  • Conduct special events outreach and update RSVP lists for member events
  • Attend events as needed: Town Hall Meetings, Live Your Life (LYL) Events, NML (New Member Luncheon)
  • Participate in Peer Trainings.

 

MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • High School Diploma or equivalent combination of education and relevant work experience required; Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
  • Three (3) years’ experience in Health Care; Member Retention experience preferred.
  • Three (3) years’ experience in Member Outreach / Re-Certification Outreach.
  • Demonstrate experience with Medicaid.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, PowerPoint and Publisher) and Adobe.
  • Demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrate strong critical thinking and prioritization skill.
  • Demonstrate ability to meet deadlines in a fast paced environment.
  • Strong phone skills that demonstrate adaptability to different personality types.
  • Ability to multi-task, set priorities and manage time effectively
  • Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) a plus.
  • Demonstrate understanding and sensitivity to multi-cultural values, beliefs, and attitudes of both internal and external contacts.
  • Demonstrate appropriate behaviors in accordance with the organization’s vision, mission, and values.

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Provider Network & Ancillary Contract Representative

New York, New York

Is remote? No


Amida Care
New York, NY

Website: https://www.amidacareny.org/

Posted: June 9, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Morris Gaines, Assistant Director of Human Resources
Phone: (646) 757-7128

Link to posting: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/re...

Job Description

Amida Care is a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion employer committed to full inclusion and elimination of discrimination in all its forms. We strive to develop, promote, and sustain a culture that values equity and leverages diversity and inclusiveness in all that we do. 

This position is responsible for assisting the Assistant Director providing direction and focus in overseeing the managed care contract negotiations for ancillary services and high volume Provider relationships. She/he will work collaboratively with the Assistant Director of Provider Services to negotiate future managed non-acute care contracts; identify and implement best practices and share knowledge to enhance the service and technical quality. Work requires exercising considerable independent judgment and initiative in developing contract specifications, initial and ongoing provider relationships, contract monitoring and ensuring the achievement of contract administration objectives.  

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Essential functions are job duties and responsibilities that must be performed to accomplish the purpose/ goals of the job.

•    Develop, contract, maintain and enhance relationships with ancillary providers which serve as contractual work networks of care for members; foster growth of managed care products; and, enhance profitability of Amida Care.

•    Oversees and develops ancillary provider recruitment strategy as necessary to meet State requirements.

•    Provide continuous service and education to network providers.

•    Represent provider needs within Amida Care, in the context of contractual, compliance, regulatory, credentialing, claims, provider files and, administrative policy and procedure issues.

•    Develop, negotiate and monitor implementation of managed care contracts for Amida Care in all boroughs.

•    Responsible for developing and retaining relationships with business leadership.  Address incoming provider inquiries: identifies potential claims trends and follows-up with provider and internal departments to ensure that identified problems have been resolved.  

•    Contracting and provider service knowledge of various ancillary providers. Understands various contract terms, claims resolution, reimbursement methodologies and quality incentive plans.

•    Maintain contract files and administer all pre- and post-contract execution actions and requirements including maintenance of tracking methodology to ensure follow up process in place for notification of tasks.

•    Successfully execute all processes to support the Provider Directory and other pertinent reports. This includes, but is not limited to, modifications of records to assure appropriate support of business processes and all other activities in a timely manner.

•    Conducts limited negotiations and drafts contract amendments.

•    Serve as plan liaison for physician's/physician groups in a specified geographical area. Will be main point of contact for all plan-related issues including contracting, billing and reimbursement. Responsibility for the resolution of all issues, including those identified by the provider, and those identified internally that have an impact on the physician

•     Ensure provider data is entered in systems in alignment with contractual agreement.

 

MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS

•    Bachelor’s Degree in Health Care Administration or Business or, an equivalent combination of education and related work experience in health and/or managed care required.

•    Five (5) years’ experience in health care.

•    Three (3) years’ experience in provider/payor contracting.

•    Demonstrate experience in developing contract types, fee arrangements and other contract terms.

•    Demonstrate organizational and project management skills.

•    Demonstrate experience in developing and recommending potential solutions to contract issues.

•    Demonstrate proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access and Outlook).

•    Exhibit ability to read and communicate effectively in English.

•    Exhibit strong verbal and communication skills.

•    Exhibit ability to communicate in front of large and small groups.

•    Bi-lingual Spanish a plus.

•    Must be able to travel within assigned geographic area, including a possessing a reliable personal vehicle.

•    Demonstrate understanding and sensitivity to multi-cultural values, beliefs, and attitudes of both internal and external contacts.

•    Demonstrate appropriate behaviors in accordance with the organization’s vision, mission, and values.

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Recruiter - Human Resources

New York, New York

Is remote? No


Amida Care
New York, NY

Website: https://www.amidacareny.org/

Posted: June 9, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Morris Gaines, Assistant Director of Human Resources
Phone: (646) 757-7128

Link to posting: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/re...

Job Description

Amida Care is a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion employer committed to full inclusion and elimination of discrimination in all its forms. We strive to develop, promote, and sustain a culture that values equity and leverages diversity and inclusiveness in all that we do. 

The Human Resources Recruiter is responsible for delivering on all facets of the recruitment, selection and hiring process for Amida Care. This includes sourcing, selection and onboarding of all new employees. This will be achieved through employing traditional sourcing strategies and resources as well as developing new, creative recruiting ideas. 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Essential functions are job duties and responsibilities that must be performed to accomplish the purpose/ goals of the job.

•    Work collaboratively with hiring managers to understand responsibilities and requirements for all approved positions in order to efficiently post, screen candidates and fill open positions.

•    Review and update job descriptions in conjunction with the hiring managers.

•    Conduct pre-posting meeting with hiring managers to determine recruitment goals and timeframes.

•    Post open positions on approved job boards in accordance with HR recruitment guidelines. 

•    Develop and maintain pool of diverse, qualified candidates.

•    Extend offers to selected candidates as directed by the VP of Human Resources.

•    Draft and provide written offer letters to candidates along with instructions for completing the pre-employment background check.

•    Perform pre-hire checks including exclusion list, ACDB Member search, 1-9 E-verify.

•    Conduct HR onboarding for all new employees: including ensuring that all new employee documents are completed and signed, verify credentials and licensing and set-up initial employee personnel file.

•    Review results of all employee background screenings and report any finding that may impact employment to VP of Human Resources.

•    Communicate corporate benefits with new employees such as: health, dental, life and long term disability, Health and Welfare, and all other voluntary benefits offered by Amida Care. Ensure that enrollment forms are completed and submitted to Senior HR Generalist for processing in HRIS system and benefit carrier sites.

•    Conduct exit interview for all terminated employees and send report to VP of Human Resources. 

•    Conduct compensation analysis to ensure salaries being offered to staff are in accordance with the market.

•    Create and maintain active vacancy tracker on a weekly basis to show status of all approved vacancies and new positions. 

•    Provide updates and reports on recruitment activities regularly to VP of Human Resources and to hiring managers as requested.

•    Assist with monthly recruitment and selection training for all new managers

 

MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS

 

•    Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources Management, Business Administration or an equivalent combination of education and directly related work experience.

•    Three (4) years’ of recruiting experience required with healthcare/community based organizations preferred.

•    Demonstrate IT/IS recruiting experience a plus.

•    Exhibit excellent verbal and written communication skills

•    Demonstrate experience with applicant tracking systems and online recruitment/sourcing applications such as Linkedin and ZipRecruiter.

•    Exhibit strong relationship management skills.

•    Demonstrate proficiency at managing multiple projects.

•    Exhibit strong organizational and interpersonal skills.

•    Demonstrate cultural competency and a record of success in attracting qualified diverse candidates.

•    Exhibit working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint).

•    Demonstrate understanding and sensitivity to multi-cultural values, beliefs, and attitudes of both internal and external contacts.

•    Demonstrate appropriate behaviors in accordance with the organization’s vision, mission, and values.

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Vehicle Driver - Community Outreach

New York, New York

Is remote? No


Amida Care
New York, NY

Website: https://www.amidacareny.org/

Posted: June 9, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Morris Gaines, Assistant Director of Human Resources
Phone: (646) 757-7128

Link to posting: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/re...

Job Description

Amida Care is a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion employer committed to full inclusion and elimination of discrimination in all its forms. We strive to develop, promote, and sustain a culture that values equity and leverages diversity and inclusiveness in all that we do. 

The Driver is responsible for maintaining an efficient, well organized community outreach vehicle (COV). The Driver is accountable for the day to day operations on the assigned COV, responsible for all marketing materials on the assigned COV, the ordering of marketing supplies, daily set up and break down and the interior cleanliness and maintenance of the assigned vehicle. The driver will ensure that Growth Field Staff (and potential members) are provided an appropriate environment to perform their function of enrolling members into our plans. Ensuring supplies, giveaways, marketing tools/stands/signs are stored properly and provided to staff working events/marketing sites.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Essential functions are job duties and responsibilities that must be performed to accomplish the purpose/ goals of the job.

•    Retrieve, drive and return the COV to one of our designated garage parking locations. 

•    Check the interior and exterior of the COV for cosmetic and operational issues, including loose cabinet handles, any wall issues, torn or frayed carpet, issues with flooring, dents, cracks or broken glass and rest room functioning.

•    Maintain a clean and organized COV on a daily basis and perform minor maintenance as needed, including but not limited to daily vehicle inspections, ensuring sufficient fuel, regular inspection of engine fluids, etc., and coordinate the schedule of major or periodic vehicle maintenance with management to minimize interruption to field efforts. Must report issues and/or concerns relating to the COV to the immediate supervisor within 24 hours of discovery.

•    Set up marketing/event equipment and material, including promotional material, merchandise, gazebos and sandwich board, tents, tables, chairs etc. Transport boxes of marketing/event material that may weigh up to 100 pounds to Amida Care offices, events, to the COV and to marketing/event locations. 

•    Conduct and maintain inventory of supplies according to par levels to orders supplies as needed. Supply orders will be requested to direct supervisor and ordered based on need of department/COV.

•    Comply with local and Department of Transportation (DOT) traffic and vehicle regulations. Read and interpret maps, driving directions and navigate to and from marketing locations within the five boroughs of NYC, as well as Westchester and Long Island.

•    Complete and submit detailed expense reports monthly including required receipts, invoices/bills, meter tickets and maintain a highly accurate daily log and manifest. To complete necessary reporting as required by management.

•    Inform supervisor of any changes and incidents, including marketing obstacles. Check and respond to email in a timely manner.

 •    Retrieve, drive and return the COV to one of our designated garage parking locations. 

•    Check the interior and exterior of the COV for cosmetic and operational issues, including loose cabinet handles, any wall issues, torn or frayed carpet, issues with flooring, dents, cracks or broken glass and rest room functioning.

•    Maintain a clean and organized COV on a daily basis and perform minor maintenance as needed, including but not limited to daily vehicle inspections, ensuring sufficient fuel, regular inspection of engine fluids, etc., and coordinate the schedule of major or periodic vehicle maintenance with management to minimize interruption to field efforts. Must report issues and/or concerns relating to the COV to the immediate supervisor within 24 hours of discovery.

•    Set up marketing/event equipment and material, including promotional material, merchandise, gazebos and sandwich board, tents, tables, chairs etc. Transport boxes of marketing/event material that may weigh up to 100 pounds to Amida Care offices, events, to the COV and to marketing/event locations. 

•    Conduct and maintain inventory of supplies according to par levels to orders supplies as needed. Supply orders will be requested to direct supervisor and ordered based on need of department/COV.

•    Comply with local and Department of Transportation (DOT) traffic and vehicle regulations. Read and interpret maps, driving directions and navigate to and from marketing locations within the five boroughs of NYC, as well as Westchester and Long Island.

•    Complete and submit detailed expense reports monthly including required receipts, invoices/bills, meter tickets and maintain a highly accurate daily log and manifest. To complete necessary reporting as required by management.

•    Inform supervisor of any changes and incidents, including marketing obstacles. Check and respond to email in a timely manner.

•    Maintain a current and unencumbered Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Class B with zero points and no driving while under the influence (DWI) or driving under the influence (DUI) convictions.

•     Inform supervisor immediately and in no case more than 48 hours following any vehicle incidents and/or traffic infractions while driving the COV or in any other context.

 

MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS

•    High School diploma or GED or an equivalent combination of education and work experience.

•    Two (2) or more years of commercial driving experience

•    A valid CDL Class B driver’s license with, a good driving record and an updated DOT card is required

•    No serious moving violations within the last 36 months

•    No preventable DOT accidents within the last 12 months

•    Knowledge of and ability to perform basic vehicle inspection and maintenance, including tire pressure, engine fluids, exhaust system, etc.

•    Knowledge of reading and interpreting maps and driving directions within NY City, as well as, using internet-based mapping websites, including on a Iphone device.

•    Strong verbal and written communication effectiveness with demonstrated ability to communicate professionally and courteously with a highly diverse internal and external population.

•    Demonstrated ability to maintain the confidentiality and security of sensitive and protected information and files.

•    Bilingual English – Spanish is a plus.

•    Strong customer service and interpersonal skills; Excellent communication and problem-solving skills

•    Demonstrate understanding and sensitivity to multi-cultural values, beliefs, and attitudes of both internal and external contacts.

•    Demonstrate appropriate behaviors in accordance with the organization’s vision, mission, and values.

 

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Storytelling Coaches

New York, New York

Is remote? No


Life Jacket Theatre Company
New York, NY

Website: https://www.LifeJacketTheatre.org

Posted: June 29, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Jordana Terrell, Admin Assistant

Link to posting: https://www.playbill.com/job/storytelling-coaches/2998438e-e518-4910-96a1-6c9fa5a7b59a

Job Description

JOB DETAILS

DESCRIPTION

STORYTELLING COACHES

LIFE JACKET THEATRE COMPANY is seeking STORYTELLING COACHES to help lead a multi-day storytelling workshop for our community partner, SAM & DEVORAH FOUNDATION FOR TRANSGENDER YOUTH. This workshop is designed to educate and empower young Trans and Nonbinary people to tell their true stories boldly, proudly, and fiercely in front of a live, supportive audience. We are seeking coaches who can serve as aspirational role models for young people from the trans and nonbinary communities.

We encourage qualified applications from underrepresented groups, especially Transgender and Nonbinary people. We are an equal opportunity employer.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Each coach will facilitate a small-group breakout session that helps participants rehearse their stories, including 360-degree feedback about how to make their stories stronger and enhance their delivery. Selected coaches will receive in-depth training on implementing Life Jacket’s storytelling curriculum.

QUALIFICATIONS:

We are seeking coaches who: 1) Radiate enthusiasm and leadership when speaking in public; 2) Excel at facilitating dynamic and interactive group discussions; and 3) Provide clear and motivational feedback. Prior coaching and storytelling experience is desired, but not required.

DATES & TIMES:

Applicants must be available these dates/times:

Storytelling Coach Training Session – July 25, 2022, 6:00-7:00pm EST, via Zoom

Storytelling Workshop: Part 1 – July, 25, 2022, 7:30pm-8:30pm EST, viz Zoom

Storytelling Workshop: Part 2 – July 30, 2022, 10:00am-1:00pm EST, in person in NYC

FLAT STIPEND:

$400

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Qualified candidates should email their resumes to info@lifejackettheatre.org using the subject line: “Storytelling Coach Application.”

DURATION

Jul 25, 2022 - Jul 30, 2022

SALARY

$400

UNION

NON-UNION

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Vice President of Development

New York, New York

Is remote? Yes


Point Source Youth
New York, NY

Website: https://www.pointsourceyouth.org/

Posted: May 6, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Michelle Kristel, Search Consultant
Email: search@mccormackkristel.com
Phone: 2029290202

Link to posting: https://www.mccormackkristel.com/point-source-youth-vice-president-of-development/

Job Description

The Client

 

Founded in 2015, Point Source Youth is a 501(c)3 organization working nationally to prevent and end homelessness for all young people, with a focus on BIPOC and LGBTQ+ youth. They help advocate for, implement, and evaluate proven, scalable, and replicable youth homelessness interventions to increase housing options for youth. Point Source Youth’s liberation focused model trusts young people as experts in their lives and wellbeing. Their youth-centered solutions provide support for direct cash transfers, rapid re-housing, host homes, and family and kinship strengthening. Each solution centers youth choice and empowers young people to make vital decisions that positively impact their lives.

 

Point Source Youth partners with service providers, funders, policymakers, government officials, and youth advocates across the country to develop innovative solutions to ending youth homelessness.  Point Source Youth also advances research and evaluation partnering with leading researchers across the country to evaluate the interventions it supports.  Rooted in their belief in the power of local change, their team of regional technical assistance experts empowers communities on the ground working to end youth homelessness. In further support of their collective and regional approach to ending the national youth homelessness crisis, Point Source Youth convenes a national symposium and three regional (rural, southern, and western) conferences, reaching 3,000 attendees annually.

 

Point Source Youth believes that all people have the unconditional right to housing. All partners share their core values and prioritize serving the most historically marginalized youth, including BIPOC, nonbinary, and LGBTQ+ youth.

 

Since its inception, Point Source Youth has been growing rapidly. The organization, which is overseen by an eight-person Board of Directors and operates with 12 nationally distributed staff, anticipates $3.5 million in revenue in 2022. Continued expansion of revenue, programs, and staff is expected in the near term.

 

For more information, please visit: www.pointsourceyouth.org

 

Opportunity

 

This is an exceptional opportunity for a seasoned fundraiser to increase and diversify funding to substantially expand the key activities and initiatives of a radically transformative organization working at the leading edge of the movement to end youth homelessness.

 

The Position

 

In this newly created position, the Senior Vice President, Development will report to and partner with the Executive Director to significantly increase corporate and foundation support and build robust individual and major giving programs to expand Point Source Youth’s work. With support from the Executive Director and Director of Development, the SVP will co-create a sophisticated and effective development department and strategic fundraising program to support Point Source Youth’s continued growth. The key responsibilities of this position include:

 

Strategy and Structures

  • Develop strategic fundraising plans to diversify revenue and expand unrestricted income;
  • Craft compelling stories and articulate messaging to raise support for PSY’s systems and policy change work to end youth homelessness;
  • Build intentional fundraising practices on a firm knowledge of program initiatives, organizational priorities, and staff capacity;
  • Create systems and processes that support consistent and effective donor engagement, including building and maintaining a donor database.

 

Donor Identification and Cultivation

  • Through prospect research and on-going relationship development expand the portfolio of individual and institutional donors including foundations and corporations;
  • Identify individuals and foundations to expand local support in the regions PSY serves;
  • Create major donor cultivation events to introduce individuals to PSY’s mission and impact;
  • Develop goals and stewardship strategies that ensure each donor (both individual and institutional) receives frequent, personalized attention;
  • Leverage wealth screening and other research tools to ensure solicitations are aligned with donors’ capacity and interests;
  • In partnership with the Communications team, identify and cultivate sponsors for the four Symposia on Solutions to End Youth Homelessness (Rural, National, West, and South).

 

Communication and Collaboration

  • Create an annual fundraising calendar and effectively collaborate with relevant individuals and departments to meet application, reporting, event, and communications deliverables;
  • In communication and partnership with the Programs and Communications teams, develop a process that ensures all restricted funding proposals are in support of existing and planned programs;
  • Coordinate with the Management Team to collect data, analyze outputs, and effectively report organizational impact to donors and prospects;
  • Support the Policy team’s efforts to use a public health framework to obtain significant new federal, local, city and state funding for evidence-based solutions, including Direct Cash Transfers, to end and prevent youth homelessness;
  • Engage and provide support to the Board of Directors to meet their individual fundraising goals and to fulfill their responsibilities as ambassadors for the organization;
  • Foster a diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization built on a foundation of transparency and collaboration.

 

Professional Requirements

 

The new Senior Vice President, Development will have a clear understanding of trends in philanthropy and will be adept at navigating a rapidly changing donor landscape. They will be a skilled storyteller and internal advocate and champion, who is able to build support for an organization that operates outside of direct services models. The successful candidate must have the following:

 

  • At least seven years’ nonprofit fundraising experience in the youth homelessness, housing, LGBTQ youth or related spaces;
  • Successful track record of developing strategic fundraising plans to expand sustainable and diverse revenue streams;
  • Demonstrated success cultivating and stewarding donor relationships, and soliciting major gifts;
  • Knowledge of the philanthropic culture and community in the youth, homeless, LGBTQ, Direct Cash Transfers, and related spaces;
  • Experience leading relationships with institutional funders, and prior oversight of timely, accurate, and effective proposals and reports;
  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills, including technical writing expertise, donor solicitation and public speaking experience;
  • Expertise in development department best practice systems, structures, policies and procedures, including prior experience building donor databases or CRM platforms;
  • Proficiency in Salesforce, Google Docs, LinkedIn Recruiter, Trello, and Slack.

 

Personal Characteristics

 

The new Senior Vice President, Development will have excellent relationship-building skills and they will be energized working in a rapid growth, fast-paced, start-up culture. They will be an emotionally intelligent and empathetic colleague who is able to balance the organization’s growth goals with internal capacity. And they will be a collaborative and flexible leader able to adapt to different personalities and work styles. The ideal candidate will have the following:

 

  • Commitment to social justice frameworks including race, gender, and economic justice, and equity;
  • Alignment with PSY’s youth-centered and liberation-focused values;
  • Exceptional relationship development and interpersonal skills;
  • Sound judgment in maintaining confidential information;
  • Extraordinary attention to detail and excellent time management skills;
  • Ability, on occasion, to work evenings, weekends, and irregular hours;
  • Ability to travel and work effectively in a variety of geographic, political, and cultural settings;
  • An amazing storyteller and communicator, working internally and externally to tell the story of how Point Source Youth is working to end the youth homelessness crisis.

 

Compensation

 

The anticipated salary range for this position is $150,000 - $170,000, commensurate with the lived and professional experience and qualifications of the selected candidate. In addition, Point Source Youth provides an excellent benefit package including 100% employer paid health insurance and a fully funded Healthcare Spending Account equal to the annual deductible. They also provide a 401(k) with an annual 4% match, dental and vision insurance, and monthly home office and cell phone stipends.

 

In keeping with Point Source Youth’s work to dismantle white supremacist workplace structures and to create space for rest, they offer a generous PTO policy and holiday schedule, they close the offices for one week during the summer and three weeks at the end of the year, and they provide a two-month paid sabbatical following each five years of tenure.

 

Location

 

Ideally, the Senior Vice President, Development will live in the greater New York City metro area. However, remote work arrangements will be considered for the exceptional candidate we are seeking.

 

Contact

 

Please submit a résumé and original cover letter that describes your interest in the organization’s mission and qualifications for the position as attachments via e-mail to:

Michelle Kristel, Managing Partner 

McCormack+Kristel

1740 Broadway, 15th Floor

New York, NY 10019

Phone: 212.531.5003 | Fax: 212.203.9599        

Email: search@mccormackkristel.com | Website www.mccormackkristel.com

 

All inquiries will be held in strict confidence.  Please note that your education, dates of employment and other information will be verified prior to an offer.

 

McCormack + Kristel works only with equal opportunity employers. Point Source Youth does not discriminate in any of its employment policies or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, ethnic or national origin, sex, disability, age, marital status, citizenship status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other personal characteristic protected by applicable law.

 

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Assistant Director, GLBT Center

Raleigh, North Carolina

Is remote? No


GLBT Center - North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC

Website: https://diversity.ncsu.edu/glbt/

Posted: June 10, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Lisa LaBarbera-Mascote, Interim, Director
Email: lmlabarb@ncsu.edu
Phone: 9195152012

Link to posting: https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/164516

Job Description

Primary Function of Organizational Unit 

The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity (OIED) is committed to fostering an inclusive, accessible, and diverse intellectual and cultural campus experience at North Carolina State University (NC State). The OIED facilitates and supports efforts to ensure equity and equal opportunity, offers diversity education and training, and promotes inclusive excellence among students, faculty, and staff. There are four OIED units: Campus Community Centers; Inclusive Excellence and Strategic Practice; Equal Opportunity and Equity; and Bias Impact Response. These units collaborate to ensure accountability to compliance, policy, and community care standards. They also monitor and respond to campus climate needs, facilitate equity and inclusion assessment, education, and training, and support underrepresented and marginalized identity groups within the NC State community. 

The Campus Community Centers are a unit within the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity. The Campus Community Centers are comprised of the African American Cultural Center, GLBT Center, Multicultural Student Affairs, and the Women’s Center. Our community efforts play a role in increasing the participation, retention, and success of students, faculty, and staff from historically underrepresented groups. They ensure that NC State is an equitable and inclusive environment, one that is free from prohibited discrimination and harassment. Together, creating a community that provides a unified, campus-wide approach ensures that students, faculty, and staff learn and work within a campus defined by the best practices in equity, diversity, and inclusion. 

GLBT Center 

The GLBT Center’s mission is to engage, develop, and empower members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community and their allies. The Center’s vision is of a campus where students, staff, faculty, and alumni feel empowered and proud of all the identities that they hold and share responsibility to increase diversity & inclusion. In order to fulfill that mission, the Center helps students connect to support networks, offers identity-based and health-related information & resources. Programmatically the center provides professional and leadership development opportunities and hosts educational events and programs. Additionally, center staff support students individually and collectively on issues related to personal identity, academic success, and refer students to resources on campus and in the local community.  The GLBT Center strives to increase the NC State campus community’s understanding of diversity by working collaboratively to raise awareness, promote respect, and create a culture of equity, inclusion and social justice.

The GLBT Assistant Director  reports to the Director of the GLBT Center.

Primary Purpose of Position

Assistant Directors serve a crucial function in ongoing student development, advocacy, and support. Additionally, the Assistant Director leads the development and delivery of signature programs, relevant subject matter training and workshops, campus collaborations and has a focus on strategic initiatives. A successful candidate demonstrates an ability to apply an intersectional, social equity framework to support the center’s strategic goals.


This is a position that has the ability for flexible work arrangements.




Position Description/General Scope of Duties 



Programming + Strategic Campus Support

  • Lead the development, planning, and implementation of LGBT signature programs, student organization development, campus support, and educational initiatives; maintain current knowledge of relevant research, community climate data, trends, and student needs assessment, manage program-specific campus and community partnerships; apply project/program management best practices to ensure timely and effective implementation; curate accessible, intersectional, social equity-focused content; evaluate programs using methods that align with Center goals and OIED assessment strategies and models;  create program and event budgets and ensure alignment with appropriate financial controls, processes, and procedures;  

  • Support strategic planning and goal implementation; participate in annual goal and objective setting; collect and provide regular evaluation results from programs; participate in annual report preparation.


Student Development

  • Supervise graduate students/interns/student staff and/or Center volunteers; lead or assist with advertising for, hiring, and training student employees; for staff, interns or volunteers - develop and assign meaningful and appropriate academic and professional growth opportunities; provide feedback and performance evaluation; assign and monitor student hours; train student staff and volunteers based on relevant reporting requirements, resource availability, and procedures; collaborate with other Campus Community Centers to design and develop student employee training and onboarding.

Community Building

  • Collaborate with campus partners (faculty, Counseling Center, Prevention Services, college diversity directors, etc.) to curate programs and support spaces; establish measures to identify support needs and ensure that resources provide intersectional, culturally responsive care; engage appropriate reporting in alignment with University processes and procedures;

  • Collaborate with the OIED Inclusive Excellence and Strategic Practice (IESP) team (and other OIED teams as appropriate) to create, deliver, and evaluate equity, inclusion, and advocacy focused educational training, workshops, and presentations that align with the work of the center, OIED, and University strategic goals, objectives and campus climate needs; review and respond to training/engagement requests; 

Strategic Communication + Outreach

  • Oversee media management and general marketing for initiatives and programs; collaborate closely with the OIED communications team; social media engagement planning and management; work with student marketing interns; contribute to Diversity Digest and other campus publications and outreach efforts.

Other Administrative Responsibilities

  • Assist with the development of learning outcomes and assessment tools for GLBT Center programs and services 
  • Perform benchmarking and promising practices research as needed related to current or potential GLBT Center programs and services 
  • Assist with annual analysis of assessment data 
  • Assist with annual review of GLBT Center programs and services 


Minimum Education/Experience

  • Require post-baccalaureate credentials or a bachelor’s degree plus alternative or equivalent professional training and experience.

Proposed Minimum Education/Experience

  • Master’s degree in Higher Education Administration, College Student Personnel, Counselor Education, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology/Anthropology, Public Policy, or a related area of study;
  • At least two years of relevant experience within a higher education or related setting;
  • Content-area knowledge and understanding of intersectionality within LGBTQIA+ communities and spaces, including an understanding of social justice scholarship and best practices in diversity, equity, and inclusion work.

Department Required Skills

  • Application of relevant theories and frameworks that center QTPOC experiences, history and futurity in program planning, implementation and student organization support.
  • History of commitment to student development and knowledge of best practices for advising student leaders and student organizations;
  • Demonstrated success in program assessment, preferably in higher education settings;
  • Experience with strategic planning and budget management;
  • Demonstrated ability to support identity-based concerns;
  • Supervision, advising, and volunteer management experience of student staff;
  • Experience, individually and collaboratively, developing; facilitating; assessing/evaluating training, workshops, or presentations.

Preferred Essential Knowledge/Skills

  • Experience with programming within LGBTQIA+ social justice focused or identity based organization within a university is strongly preferred;  
  • An advanced application of intersectional and social justice frameworks; feminist, womanist, queer theories and concepts; and multicultural perspectives in program planning and implementation;
  • Awareness of how a broad range of issues impact individuals within systems of oppression based on multiple identities and positionalities, including gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, disability, and other significant aspects of identity.

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Continuous Improvement Specialist

Portland, Oregon

Is remote? No


Children's Institute
Portland, OR

Posted: June 17, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Chelsea Greenwood, Operations Coordinator
Email: Chelsea@childinst.org
Phone: 5032199034

Link to posting: https://childinst.org/continuous-improvement-specialist/

Job Description

Title: Continuous Improvement Specialist

Reports to: Director of Programs

Location: Children’s Institute, downtown Portland or remote work based on office open/closed status, travel to community/partner meetings

Job Classification: Full-time/exempt

Salary: Starting at $83,000 (Children’s Institute is in the process of developing an equityfocused compensation structure)

Closing: Applications must be received by 5 pm on June 27, 2022

To Apply: Please email resume and cover letter to jobs-CIS@childinst.org with “Continuous Improvement Specialist” in the subject line. Please contact Hanan Zawideh, Chief Equity and Human Resources Officer, at hanan@childinst.org with accommodations requests.

Children’s Institute (CI) envisions a socially just and equitable Oregon where all children have the love, care, and education they need. To meet this goal, we advocate for strategic investments in high-quality early childhood education and healthy development, the most effective strategies to improve long-term outcomes for children, with a focus on children who experience barriers to opportunity due to race, poverty, disability, language, and geographic location.

Our advocacy and implementation efforts strive to connect research, lived experience, and community voice as we work to ensure that more children who experience barriers to opportunity succeed in kindergarten and meet third grade benchmarks.

CI prioritizes an integrated, team-based work approach; a flexible, collegial work environment; and a culture of inclusion and belonging.

The Continuous Improvement Specialist will have a demonstrated personal and professional commitment to advancing racial and economic justice. In collaboration with team members, they will engage in supportive processes and practices of inclusive work culture. The individual in this role will have the skills to support and promote the assets of those furthest from opportunity.

Position Description

The Continuous Improvement Specialist is an integral member of the Children’s Institute program team, ensuring that our work with school districts and other key partners is informed by research in child development, equity, and improvement research. The Continuous Improvement Specialist supports CI’s program implementation efforts through facilitating improvement, co-developing, and designing shared learning opportunities with our school district partners to better align preschool with the early elementary grades. This includes working collaboratively with the internal CI program team, communications team, policy and advocacy team, and external partners to ensure that our work leads toward sustainable changes beyond our pilot districts.   

The Continuous Improvement Specialist will have a demonstrated personal and professional commitment to advancing racial and economic justice. In collaboration with team members, they will engage in supportive processes and practices of an inclusive work culture. The individual in this role will have the skills to support and advance meaningful inclusion and self-determination of marginalized communities within programmatic work.   

The Continuous Improvement Specialist will participate in state-level advisory groups, committees, and teams as needed to connect statewide policy with on-the-ground learnings. This aspect of the work will be done in coordination with other CI teams including the Policy, Advocacy and Community Engagement (PACE) team.  

The Continuous Improvement Specialist will work alongside the Director of Programs, Director of Research and Strategy, and program team members with a passion for closing the educational opportunity gap, particularly in a child’s earliest years.  

Essential Job Duties

  • Co-designs, implements, and helps refine facilitation processes aligned with improvement science and human-centered design to support ESS school district partners to develop the mindsets and tools to support their continuous improvement efforts 
  • Integrates racial justice and equity principles into strategies while facilitating improvement sessions with educators and instructional leaders  
  • Provides expertise and guidance to partner school districts in instructional leadership, child development, and classroom practices that support the optimal learning environments for young children from preschool through the early elementary grades 
  • Establishes and maintains collaborative relationships with a range of educators, including administrators and teachers, to support the ongoing continuous improvement work with partner districts   
  • Establishes action steps and identifies available resources, materials, and recommendations to strengthen implementation and practice based on partners’ improvement goals and change ideas   
  • Serves as a resource in identifying appropriate, research-based instructional strategies and interventions to improve outcomes for children and families 
  • Uses empathy data and evaluation data to help inform district partner plans for Early School Success  
  • Participates in ongoing Program Team meetings, ESS team meetings, and professional development 
  • Identifies and lifts up strategies with measurable impact to inform the expansion and scale-up of our work, including informing research, policy, and practice 
  • Participates in statewide advisory groups, committees, and teams as needed

Position Qualifications

  • Experience facilitating successful educational change efforts focused on increased student achievement and engagement  
  • Classroom teaching and/or school leadership experience in birth to five settings  
  • Demonstrated content knowledge relevant to birth to age 8 and ability to discern and synthesize research into action  
  • Master’s Degree in Education or related field (Preferred)  
  • Demonstrated knowledge of and leadership in effective school change efforts centered around human-centered design improvement efforts and the alignment of preschool and K-3/5 systems and practices   
  • Excellent writing skills with the ability to quickly absorb and explain complex information and interpret ideas for a variety of audiences   
  • A passion for CI’s mission and ability to research and match state and national funder interests with CI’s work  
  • Excellent verbal communication skills with demonstrated ability to build trust and rapport with a range of stakeholders including district administrators, researchers, teachers, and CI staff  
  • Excellent organizational, analytical, and strategic thinking skills  
  • Demonstrated ability to be a thought partner with senior leadership and to work effectively as part of a team

Any satisfactory combination of experience and education that ensures the ability of an individual to perform the duties and responsibilities of this position may substitute for the stated qualifications. 

Benefits

  • Employer fully paid medical/dental coverage
  • Employer fully paid long-term disability coverage
  • Employer fully paid life insurance, accidental death, and employee assistance plan
  • 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan with qualified match and contribution
  • 125 Flexible Benefits Plan
  • Generous paid time off, sick leave, and holidays

Equal Employment Statement

Children’s Institute is an equal opportunity employer. It is the policy of CI to provide equal employment opportunity in accordance with applicable law to all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, creed, religion, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, military status, political opinion, national origin, familial status, mental and physical ability, source of income, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law in all personnel actions. Personnel actions include recruitment, selection, promotion, compensation, training, and termination. Relations between employees shall be based on mutual respect, and regard for the effectiveness and well-being of the organization.

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee must be able to remain in a stationary position 50% of the time
  • The employee is frequently required to talk or hear
  • The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus

Reasonable Accommodation Statement

Consistent with applicable disability law, Children’s Institute will provide reasonable accommodations to assist qualified applicants or employees with disabilities to participate in the job application process, to perform the essential function of a job, and to enjoy the same benefits and privileges of employment applicable to similarly situated employees without disabilities, provided the accommodation would not impose an “undue hardship” on the operation of CI.

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Development Associate

Portland, Oregon

Is remote? No


Children's Institute
Portland, OR

Posted: May 27, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Chelsea Greenwood, Operations Coordinator
Phone: 5032199034

Link to posting: https://childinst.org/development-associate/

Job Description

Work for Children’s Institute! We’re #hiring a Development Associate who is committed to advancing racial and economic justice, and will play a key role in the day-to-day functions of CI’s development operations. The Development Associate will spearhead individual and corporate donor strategies as CI continues to grow. Persons of color and members of other underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply. Deadline to apply is 5 pm on June 13, 2022.

Please see the website for the full job description

Title: Development Associate

Reports to: Development Director

Location: Children’s Institute, downtown Portland or remote work based on office open/closed status, travel to community/partner meetings

Job Classification: Full-time/exempt

Salary: Starting at $54,000 dependent on experience

Closing: Applications must be received by 5 pm on June 13, 2022

To Apply: Please email resume and cover letter to jobs-dev@childinst.org with “Development Associate” in the subject line. A brief skills test will be requested of finalists during the interview process. Please contact Hanan Zawideh, Chief Equity and Human Resources Officer, at hanan@childinst.org with accommodations requests.

Children’s Institute (CI) envisions a socially just and equitable Oregon where all children have the love, care, and education they need. To meet this goal, we advocate for strategic investments in high-quality early childhood education and healthy development, the most effective strategies to improve long-term outcomes for children, with a focus on children who experience barriers to opportunity due to race, poverty, disability, language, and geographic location.

Our advocacy and implementation efforts strive to connect research, lived experience, and community voice as we work to ensure that more children who experience barriers to opportunity succeed in kindergarten and meet third grade benchmarks.

CI prioritizes an integrated, team-based work approach; a flexible, collegial work environment; and a culture of inclusion and belonging.

The Development Associate will have a demonstrated personal and professional commitment to advancing racial and economic justice. In collaboration with team members, they will engage in supportive processes and practices of inclusive work culture. The individual in this role will have the skills to support and promote the assets of those furthest from opportunity.

Position Description

Under the supervision of the Director of Development, the Development Associate is involved in all key functions of development operations and makes a significant contribution to the mission and vision of Children’s Institute.

The Development Associate is charged with spearheading individual and corporate donor strategies as Children’s Institute continues to grow and expand our advocacy reach. The DA is entrepreneurial, with a strong background in nonprofit fundraising, and thrives on overseeing and coordinating a range of development responsibilities in a successful and evolving statewide advocacy and systems-change organization.

CI currently has a 22-person staff with a budget of $4.6 million and growing. The organization is 95 percent grant funded, with 5 percent of revenue coming from non-foundation sources, including individuals and corporate sponsorships. The DA will develop a vibrant individual and corporate donor program. The candidate must have interpersonal skills to support staff and board members in developing relationships with funders and donors. The ability to ensure that development strategies are carried out in keeping with CI’s values, mission, vision, and strategic plans is required.

The DA has the vision, excellent communications and marketing skills, and experience with overall nonprofit organizational fundraising including events, individual, and corporate strategies.

Essential Job Duties

Strategic Fundraising

  • Execute individual and corporate fundraising plans tailored to CI’s needs
  • Research and support Individual and corporate fundraising plans to include strategies of major donor gifts, increase in individual general operating gifts, estate planning, planned giving, small family foundations, donor stewardship, and fundraising events
  • Collaborate with office administrative staff to design and implement development office functions, including gift processing, prospect and donor histories, and fundraising reporting
  • Work collaboratively with investment and communications teams to nurture and cultivate strong and effective individual fundraising relationships
  • Develop and execute donor events, annual appeals, campaigns, and other clearly articulated donor touchpoints and strategies
  • Design and implement cultivation, acknowledgment, and recognition programs

Primary Relationships

Within the organization, the position has primary relationships with the Development Director, Finance & Operations Manager, and Communications team. This position supports the Children’s Institute Investment Committee, fundraising volunteers, and donors. The Development Associate is expected to represent the organization to the community and must have the ability to understand and effectively explain CI’s work and programs in the early childhood arena.

Position Qualifications

Any satisfactory combination of experience and education that ensures the ability of an individual to perform the duties and responsibilities of this position may substitute for the stated qualifications.

While we recognize that candidates may not possess all the following qualifications, ideal candidates will have demonstrated experience in implementing a comprehensive fund development program and producing charitable contributions.

Knowledge and experience in the following areas are required:

  • Three years of fundraising experience in a professional position
  • A demonstrated track record of success in fundraising
  • An understanding of the nature and dimensions of philanthropy, ethics, motivations for giving, and volunteering
  • Experience developing, planning, and executing high quality fundraising events
  • Experience developing and designing marketing materials
  • Demonstrated experience and confidence in connecting a mission to fundraising and asking people to contribute time and money to advance an organization’s work
  • An understanding of the role of stewardship in moving donors through levels of giving
  • Standard fundraising techniques including face-to-face solicitation, proposal writing, special events, social media, and direct mail
  • Development office functions, including gift processing, prospect and donor histories, and fundraising reporting in partnership with office support staff
  • Familiarity with fundraising databases and general computer and social media fluency
  • Excellent written, verbal, and digital communication skills
  • Excellent project management skills with an ability to prioritize and manage multiple needs and expectations
  • Proficiency with MS Office, Adobe, Salesforce, and Canva preferred

Benefits

  • Employer fully paid medical/dental coverage
  • Employer fully paid long-term disability coverage
  • Employer fully paid life insurance, accidental death, and employee assistance plan
  • 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan with qualified match and contribution
  • 125 Flexible Benefits Plan
  • Generous paid time off, sick leave, and holidays

Equal Employment Statement

Children’s Institute is an equal opportunity employer. It is the policy of CI to provide equal employment opportunity in accordance with applicable law to all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, creed, religion, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, military status, political opinion, national origin, familial status, mental and physical ability, source of income, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law in all personnel actions. Personnel actions include recruitment, selection, promotion, compensation, training, and termination. Relations between employees shall be based on mutual respect, and regard for the effectiveness and well-being of the organization.

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee must be able to remain in a stationary position 50% of the time
  • The employee is frequently required to talk or hear
  • The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus

Reasonable Accommodation Statement

Consistent with applicable disability law, Children’s Institute will provide reasonable accommodations to assist qualified applicants or employees with disabilities to participate in the job application process, to perform the essential function of a job, and to enjoy the same benefits and privileges of employment applicable to similarly situated employees without disabilities, provided the accommodation would not impose an “undue hardship” on the operation of CI.

Please see the website for the full job description

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Finance & Operations Assistant

Portland, Oregon

Is remote? No


Children's Institute
Portland, OR

Posted: May 27, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Chelsea Greenwood, Operations Coordinator
Phone: 5032199034

Link to posting: https://childinst.org/finance-operations-assistant/

Job Description

Work for Children’s Institute! We’re #hiring a Finance & Operations Assistant who is committed to advancing racial and economic justice. The Finance & Operations Assistant will provide ongoing support to finance, operations, and other organization functions and help ensure that basic operations run effectively and efficiently. Persons of color and members of other underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply. Deadline to apply is 5 pm on June 13, 2022.

Please see the website for the full job description

Title: Finance & Operations Assistant

Reports to: Finance & Operations Manager

Location: Children’s Institute, downtown Portland or remote work based on office open/closed status, travel to community/partner meetings

Job Classification: Part-time, hourly, 10-15 hours per week, Non-exempt

Salary: Hourly at $25/hr

Closing: Applications must be received by 5 pm on June 13, 2022

To Apply: Please email resume and cover letter to jobs@childinst.org with “Finance & Operations Assistant” in the subject line. A brief skills test will be requested of finalists during the interview process. Please contact Hanan Zawideh, Chief Equity and Human Resources Officer, at hanan@childinst.org with accommodations requests.

Children’s Institute (CI) envisions a socially just and equitable Oregon where all children have the love, care, and education they need. To meet this goal, we advocate for strategic investments in high-quality early childhood education and healthy development, the most effective strategies to improve long-term outcomes for children, with a focus on children who experience barriers to opportunity due to race, poverty, disability, language, and geographic location.

Our advocacy and implementation efforts strive to connect research, lived experience, and community voice as we work to ensure that more children who experience barriers to opportunity succeed in kindergarten and meet third grade benchmarks.

CI prioritizes an integrated, team-based work approach; a flexible, collegial work environment; and a culture of inclusion and belonging.

The Finance & Operations Assistant will have a demonstrated personal and professional commitment to advancing racial and economic justice. In collaboration with team members, they will engage in supportive processes and practices of inclusive work culture. The individual in this role will have the skills to support and promote the assets of those furthest from opportunity.

Position Description

The Finance & Operations Assistant, reporting directly to the Finance & Operations Manager (FOM), provides proactive and ongoing support to finance, operations, and other organization functions. The Finance & Operations Assistant will primarily serve as support to the organization’s finance functions and help ensure that the basic operations run effectively and efficiently. They will manage the invoice/AP process and will provide support and data entry for other functions such as corporate credit card accounting, contributions/AR, support in contracting, and other general financial functions. Additionally, they will support general operations as necessary.

The Finance & Operations Assistant must understand and support the organization’s mission, vision, and values and be able to clearly articulate the organization’s function.

Essential Job Duties

Finance

  • Accounts payable: manage organizational internal invoice procedures, process vendor invoices and approved check requests, print checks, obtain signature(s), mail to respective vendor, file paperwork
  • Accounts receivable: record deposits, record incoming funds, and proactively track receivables
  • Collaborate with the development team to reconcile revenue, notify of gifts received to ensure timely preparation of gift invoices and acknowledgements
  • Corporate credit cards: manage organizational process around credit card usage including ensuring proper documentation is received and entered in QuickBooks for each transaction and monthly reconciliation
  • Manage petty cash usage, reconcile on a monthly basis, ensure balance is maintained for office needs
  • Accurately enter other transactions into QuickBooks as requested
  • Assist FOM in preparation for monthly, quarterly, and annual reporting requirements and preparation for audit and 990
  • Donor database: assist with data entry, list/report generation, and tasks to ensure the quality and maintenance of the database
  • Run business errands, i.e., bank, post office, supplies, business lunches, as needed
  • Maintain AP and AR document files

Other Responsibilities

  • As needed, support the Operations team, and provide ongoing organization-wide support to special projects
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Position Qualifications

Any satisfactory combination of experience and education that ensures the ability of an individual to perform the duties and responsibilities of this position may substitute for the stated qualifications.

While we recognize that candidates may not possess all the following qualifications, ideal candidates will have demonstrated experience and understanding of basic bookkeeping tasks. College students or those with the need for 10-15 hours per week are encouraged to apply.

  • Associate degree in business, finance, accounting, or related field preferred
  • 2 to 3 years of finance/accounting/bookkeeping experience
  • Experience using MS Office, Word, Excel, and similar office applications
  • Experience using QuickBooks or other nonprofit accounting software
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Dedicated to efficient productivity
  • Ability to work independently and to work collaboratively in a team
  • Ability to anticipate and solve problems, pay attention to details, and follow through
  • Self-starter, flexible, motivated, and able to take initiative
  • The ability to keep information confidential is required

Benefits

CI Benefits are prorated for partial FTE and based on meeting plan thresholds

  • Pro-rated paid time off, sick leave, and holidays

Equal Employment Statement

Children’s Institute is an equal opportunity employer. It is the policy of CI to provide equal employment opportunity in accordance with applicable law to all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, creed, religion, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, military status, political opinion, national origin, familial status, mental and physical ability, source of income, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law in all personnel actions. Personnel actions include recruitment, selection, promotion, compensation, training, and termination. Relations between employees shall be based on mutual respect, and regard for the effectiveness and well-being of the organization.

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee must be able to remain in a stationary position 50% of the time
  • The employee is frequently required to talk or hear
  • The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus

Reasonable Accommodation Statement

Consistent with applicable disability law, Children’s Institute will provide reasonable accommodations to assist qualified applicants or employees with disabilities to participate in the job application process, to perform the essential function of a job, and to enjoy the same benefits and privileges of employment applicable to similarly situated employees without disabilities, provided the accommodation would not impose an “undue hardship” on the operation of CI.

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Director of Development

Allentown, Pennsylvania

Is remote? No


Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center
Allentown, PA

Website: http://www.bradburysullivancenter.org/

Posted: June 2, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center, Admin Manager
Email: Sharon@bradburysullivancenter.org
Phone: 610-347-9988

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

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Director of Development

Allentown, Pennsylvania

Is remote? No


Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center
Allentown, PA

Website: http://www.bradburysullivancenter.org/

Posted: May 27, 2022

Contact Information

Name: William David McGlinn, Interim Executive Director
Email: bill@bradburysullivancenter.org
Phone: 610-347-9988

Job Description

Director of Development

Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center located in Allentown, PA is a fast-growing non-profit organization that provides arts, health, youth and pride programs to strengthen and support the LGBTQ+ community across the Lehigh Valley.

Full-Time: Reports to the executive director; Three direct reports

For a full job description and application instructions please see the link below.   

BradburySullivanCenter.org/Join

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Community Organizer

Brattleboro, Vermont

Is remote? No


Out in the Open
Brattleboro, VT

Website: https://www.weareoutintheopen.org/

Posted: June 6, 2022

Contact Information

Name: HB Lozito, Executive Director
Email: hb@weareoutintheopen.org

Link to posting: https://www.weareoutintheopen.org/paidwork

Job Description

Title: Community Organizer

Location: Brattleboro, Vermont | remote possible with regular travel to Brattleboro for candidates based elsewhere in the Wabanaki Confederacy or Nipmuc Nation in the states of Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, or Massachusetts.

Time: Full time (approximately 40 hours/week)

Salary range: $41,000-45,000 annually, dependent on experience

Our Community Organizer will be responsible for: staffing and supporting our current programming & organizing including the Rural Queer Community Care Network (including the Mutual Aid Fund), peer groups, Out in the Open Radio Hour, events like Pride Family Potluck, and Out in the Open Summits among others; alternatives to policing, and abolitionist organizing; supporting a new participatory community health & food justice research project; producing zines, toolkits, and other resources sharing about our work, and supporting other rural LGBTQ+ people using those tools to organize where they are. They will work on expanding new organizing and community building in accordance with our strategic plan. They will participate in coalition-building on behalf of OITO in local, regional, and national spaces. All while supporting community members working on these projects, and bringing new people into our work.

The person in this role will be the primary person responsible for generating content for our social media channels, with support from other staff. They will work as part of a small collaborative staff team building a powerful movement of rural LGBTQ+ people. 

What You’ll Do

As Community Organizer, you’re often people’s first go-to when interacting with Out in the Open. You will have the space to create new projects, deepen relationships with long-time community members and collaborators, and bring your own brilliance & ideas to the role.

Specifically, you will:

Staff & support existing programs & organizing 

  • Manage OITO physical & virtual spaces for programming purposes
    • Open/close spaces; welcome groups and participants for those meeting in our space
    • Keep our Community Calendar up to date
  • Lead groups and annual programming
    • Act as primary point of connection for volunteers. Recruit/support additional volunteers when needed.
    • Facilitate and further the work of the Health Justice Work Group in collaboration with Health Justice Organizer(s)
    • Manage our Mutual Aid Fund process
    • Act as project manager for our new health & food justice community participatory research project alongside community collaborators
    • Collaborate with other staff members on creating and building out the Summits.
    • Seek opportunities for policy-related organizing.
  • Utilize our social media channels to engage current community, bring in new folks, and message our work. 

 Support creation/expansion of and facilitate new programming & organizing

  • In collaboration with other staff and in accordance with our strategic plan, create, pilot, and evaluate new work - including development and implementation of ideas for new work, especially within these areas: Farming & Food Justice; Abolition & Alternatives to Policing; Health, Reproductive, and Gender Justice; rural organizing; and more as community needs continue to emerge.
  • Create new organizing resources based on OITO work
    • Produce and facilitate calls for community zine contributions
    • Identify projects for new toolkit creation, write and design content (either digitally or analog), and get materials out into the world
    • Connect with and support groups and individuals desiring more hands-on guidance when using toolkits to organize in their own communities
  • Support volunteers to staff new programming and/or staff the work as needed 
  • Support community leadership development
  • Offer support and insight on programming decisions

Support whole-organization development & fundraising

  • In collaboration with other staff and the Board of Directors, support whole-organization efforts to financially and materially sustain our work
  • Look for and create places for fundraising to exist within organizing work

 Provide occasional one-on-one support to community members

  • As needed, make referrals to other organizations and providers 
  • Share connections around grassroots/community member relationships
  • Offer connection and support when possible

Other related duties as assigned

Who You Are

This is a fabulous, full-time opportunity to help shape the present and future of a growing, creative, rural, LGBTQ+ organization and community. People who are a good fit for us will have: experience developing, implementing, and facilitating programs; deep experience working with LGBTQ+ people, preferably in a rural setting; a willingness to learn; the ability to positively represent our organization in the community with individuals and in collaborations; experience in grassroots organizing; an ability to take big ideas and turn them into concrete, actionable projects; enthusiasm for trying new things; comfort working with a close-knit team; and an understanding of and commitment to (including their own continued growth) the movement building work, values, and mission of Out in the Open. We are looking for someone who finds joy in their work, in collaborating closely, and who makes time to laugh.

What Else You Should Know

In addition to a salary (range mentioned at the top of this document), our Community Organizer will receive benefits including paid time off, paid sick time, a work from home stipend (while remote during COVID), and a wellness stipend or a monthly HSA contribution. Additional benefits may become available during the course of employment.

Extensive use of computer (provided by OITO) required, including use of Zoom, Google Suite, Slack, and other similar programs. Some evenings and weekends will be required as well as occasional in-state and likely out-of-state travel. Regular in-person work in the Brattleboro area will be required. We are currently working primarily remotely and anticipate a return to in-person work as COVID-19 allows. The person in this role must be, and remain throughout their employment, fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and be willing to share confirmation of current COVID-19 vaccination.

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Summits & Fellowships Coordinator

Brattleboro, Vermont

Is remote? No


Out in the Open
Brattleboro, VT

Website: https://www.weareoutintheopen.org/

Posted: June 14, 2022

Contact Information

Name: HB Lozito, Executive Director
Email: hb@weareoutintheopen.org

Link to posting: https://www.weareoutintheopen.org/paidwork

Job Description

 Title: Summits & Fellowships Coordinator

Location: Brattleboro, Vermont | or remote with regular travel to Brattleboro for candidates based elsewhere in the Wabanaki Confederacy or Nipmuc Nation in the states of Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, or Massachusetts.

Time: Part time, averaging 20 hours per week, occasionally more when a gathering is happening (will even out with downtime/flex time in weeks further from a gathering). May grow into a full-time position in the future as resources allows.

Salary range: $20-22,500 annually, dependent on experience.

We are excited for the return and expansion of our much-beloved Out in the Open Summit for Rural & Small Town LGBTQ+ Folks. We are planning to increase the number and frequency of Summits and Fellowship opportunities over the coming years and the person in this role will have a large part to play in that work. Our Summits & Fellowships Coordinator will coordinate and manage logistics for these gatherings as well as their planning processes. In addition to logistics, this person will contribute to the content, feeling, tone, sense of belonging, accessibility, and agenda, of these spaces. They will work as part of a small collaborative team building a powerful movement of rural LGBTQ+ people. 

What You’ll Do

As Summits & Fellowships Coordinator, you’ll be the go-to person on all things Summit- and Fellowships-related!

Specifically, you will: 

Manage Summit & Fellowship Logistics, including day-of needs

  • Create & send outreach materials, application forms, & registration forms.
  • Manage registrations & communicate with all attendees.
  • Work with the Operations Director to ensure all community members receiving payments or stipends receive them in a timely manner and that we have all needed documents.
  • Coordinate and work to meet attendee & fellow accessibility needs.
  • Liaise with vendors including venues/spaces, kitchen tops/witches, rental companies, caterers, space/session facilitators, etc.
  • Manage and track event budgets making sure we meet our goals and needs for gatherings while remaining on-budget.
  • Create ways to gather feedback and incorporate pertinent participant feedback into future iterations of gatherings.
  • Be present on-site during gatherings, ensuring the days run smoothly, needs are met, and any emerging issues are resolved.

Work alongside the ED, collaborating organizations, and community volunteers to plan content, agendas, & activities for Summits & Fellowships

  • Coordinate regular planning calls/meetings.
  • Keep notes from planning conversations & carry out follow-up tasks/action items.
  • Give input on agendas, content, outside facilitators, and structure of gatherings.
  • Look for ways to continue improving participant experiences during these gatherings and work to implement them.
  • Reach out to and coordinate with possible partners and collaborating organizations.
  • Help create a sense of belonging for all at Summits & in Fellowships.

Support whole-organization development & fundraising

  • In collaboration with other staff and the Board of Directors, support whole-organization efforts to financially and materially sustain our work during gatherings as well as at other points throughout the year.

Other related duties as assigned.

Who You Are

This is a fabulous, part-time opportunity to help shape the present and future of a growing, creative, rural, LGBTQ+ organization and community. People who are a good fit for us will have: experience managing logistics for both large and small events while offering a welcoming presence for attendees; deep experience working with LGBTQ+ people, preferably in a rural setting; the ability to positively represent our organization; a high level of attention to detail while also holding excitement for connecting with people; enthusiasm for trying new things; the ability to approach creating experiences with access in mind; and an understanding of and commitment to (including their own continued growth) the movement building work, values, and mission of Out in the Open. Our Summits & Fellowships Coordinator will ideally be someone who is constructive and purposeful, a highly-skilled communicator, and can/is willing to draw from harm reduction principles and non-coercive peer support models when helping to craft spaces. We are looking for someone who finds joy in their work, in collaborating closely, and who makes time to laugh.

What Else You Should Know

In addition to a salary, our Summits & Fellowships Coordinator will receive benefits including paid time off, paid sick time, a work from home stipend (while remote during COVID), and a wellness stipend or a monthly HSA contribution. Additional benefits may become available during the course of employment.

Extensive use of computer (provided by OITO) required, including use of Zoom, Google Suite, Slack, and other similar programs. Some evenings and weekends will be required as well as occasional in-state and out-of-state travel. Regular in-person work in the Brattleboro area will be required. We are currently working primarily remotely and anticipate a return to in-person work as COVID-19 allows. This role will require in-person work during gatherings. The person in this role must be, and remain throughout their employment, fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and be willing to share confirmation of current COVID-19 vaccination.

To Apply

If while reading this you keep thinking “this sounds like me!” please send your resume and a cover letter describing why you think you’d be great at this job to HB@WeAreOutintheOpen.org by July 7, 2022.

Applications are strongly encouraged from Black people, Indigenous people, people of color, trans people, Two-Spirit people, LGBQI+ people, and those with experience living in rural communities. OITO affords equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons.

Who We Are

OITO connects rural LGBTQ people to build community, visibility, knowledge, & power. We are guided by strong organizational values such as celebrating resistance, anti-racism, and joy. We believe that rural LGBTQ+ people have a critical role to play in the collective liberation of all people. More about us at WeAreOutintheOpen.org.

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Development and Communications Director

Burlington, Vermont

Is remote? No


Pride Center of Vermont
Burlington, VT

Website: http://www.pridecentervt.org/

Posted: June 28, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Mike Bensel, Executive Director
Email: employment@pridecentervt.org
Phone: 802-860-7812

Link to posting: https://www.pridecentervt.org/2022/06/28/were-hiring-development-and-communications-director/

Job Description

Job Description
Title: Development and Communications Director
Job Type: 1 F/T  Position (40/week)
Reports To: Executive Director
Compensation: $56,000 plus the Center’s comprehensive benefits plan includes 100% employer funded health, dental, and generous time-off allotment. 

Primary Functions

The Development Director will work in partnership with the Executive Director to support strategic fundraising and community engagement efforts that support the vision, mission, and values of Pride Center of Vermont. They will lead the Development and Communications team to implement effective fundraising campaigns, communicate with current and prospective donors, and continue to build a sustainable financial future for our organization. 

With an emphasis on promoting the enhancement and engagement of support for Pride Center’s work, this position also manages the organization’s communication tools, including but not limited to our donor database, all social media platforms, electronic newsletters, and print materials, in collaboration with the Development and Communications team.

Development

In partnership with the Executive Director, the Development Director will help guide the fiscal growth and stability of the Pride Center of Vermont.

Responsibilities

  • In collaboration with Executive Director, develop an annual fundraising plan
  • Secure financial support from individuals, private foundations, and value-aligned corporations
  • Manage the data entry and gift processing via the donor-management platform
  • Maintain up-to-date records of donations and donor information, including monthly reporting to bookkeeper, Executive Director, and Development Committee.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with individual and value-aligned corporate donors
  • In collaboration with Executive Director, create and execute a major donor outreach strategy, coordinate and select flagship and fundraising events working closely with event committees and Board Development committee
  • Develop and track foundation and fundraising partnership proposals and reports 
  • Co-Chair the Development Committee of the Board of the Directors. 
  • Facilitate Board involvement in events, fundraising, etc.

Communications

Support and Supervise the Development and Communications team in the ideation, planning, coordination and implementation of all marketing, communications and public relations activities for Pride Center of Vermont.

  • Develop, coordinate, and implement an annual communications plan that infuses all marketing materials and social media channels with effective branding and messaging of Pride Center of Vermont’s mission and values.
  • Support the creation, maintenance, and delivery of content and design elements (logo, fonts, brand identity) for print and web materials, including newsletters, website, press releases, and other social media campaigns as needed In collaboration with the development and communications team
  • In partnership with the Executive Director and the Leadership team, act as liaison to media outlets.
  • Maintain accurate email lists;

Administrative

  • Supervise development and communications staff
  • Collaborate with PCVT Leadership Team to provide on-going support for agency-wide administrative functions;
  • Manage timeline and budget(s) effectively;
  • Create comprehensive fundraising and communications data to guide strategic planning.
  • Assist with other organizational duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications & Skills:

  • Ability to connect with diverse groups within, for, and beyond LGBTQ+ communities;
  • Lived experience within and/or knowledge of statewide LGBTQ+ communities;
  • Demonstrated knowledge of and commitment to equity, inclusion, accessibility, and anti-oppression work;
  • Experience planning, coordinating, implementing, and evaluating fundraising and other development efforts;
  • 2+ years Experience with supervising and/or team coordination;
  • Ability to multitask, problem-solve, prioritize and maintain boundaries effectively;
  • Internet access for virtual education, communications, and collaborations;
  • Valid driver’s license for statewide travel.

Preferred Qualifications & Skills:

  • Exceptional time management skills and follow-through, emotional self-awareness, compassion, healthy sense of humor, commitment to work/life balance, and a desire to be on a team that takes care of one another;
  • Tech savvy with working knowledge of donor database software, Google Suite, Microsoft Office and Adobe Suite.

Please submit your resume and cover letter to employment@pridecentervt.org by Wednesday, July 20th.

Pride Center of Vermont values the leadership of People of Color and LGBTQ+ individuals and strongly encourages people of all traditionally underrepresented identities to apply. No applicant will be discriminated against because of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, religion, national origin, disability, ancestry, marital status, veteran status, medical condition or any protected category prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

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Co-Executive Director of Finance & Administration

Seattle, Washington

Is remote? No


Gay City: Seattle's LGBTQ Center
Seattle, WA

Website: https://www.gaycity.org/

Posted: May 6, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Bekah Telew, Co-Executive Director
Email: jobs@gaycity.org
Phone: 206-388-1707

Link to posting: https://www.idealist.org/en/nonprofit-job/d9b0fac3...

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Data Coordinator

Seattle, Washington

Is remote? No


Gay City: Seattle's LGBTQ Center
Seattle, WA

Website: https://www.gaycity.org/

Posted: May 17, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Kai Horton, Director of Programs
Email: jobs@gaycity.org
Phone: 206-860-6969

Link to posting: https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?t=data+coordinator&...

Job Description

Title:               Data Coordinator

Hours:            Non-Exempt, 40 hours per week

                        (some weekend and evening hours required)

Salary             $22.50 hourly

Reports to:     Director of Programs

Date:               Open until filled

Benefits

  • Full healthcare, dental, and optical coverage offered.
  • Generous vacation, paid holidays, sick leave, and safe leave after successful completion of the 90-day introductory period.    
  • Gay City recognizes the importance of saving for retirement and offers eligible employees a 401(k) plan.
  • Free ORCA Pass. 

To Apply

  • Please submit cover letter and resume via e-mail to jobs@gaycity.org
  • Please use “Data Coordinator- Your name in the subject line

Gay City’s Mission: Gay City: Seattle’s LGBTQ Center cultivates access and connections to promote self-determination, liberation and joy in our communities.

Gay City Values: Advocacy, Accessibility, Intersectionality, Sex & Body Positivity, Stewardship and Transparency.

Position Description: The Data Coordinator is responsible for overseeing all data needs of Gay City’s programs. This includes client database maintenance, supporting data entry volunteers, along with data reconciliation and requests for reporting purposes.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Maintains and manages client records, including daily data entry and results, while ensuring the protection of client confidentiality. Works with HIV/STI Testing and other direct service staff to ensure quality control for data collection on client records and tracks chart life cycle to prevent data loss.
  • Fields client data reconciliation requests internally, and from external stakeholders.
  • Assists Wellness Center and other program managers in tracking deliverables and preparing reports for grant purposes. Compiles and analyzes client data for other internal purposes.
  • Builds and adapts data systems to meet current needs.
  • Supports referral structures across HIV/STI services and other social services both within and outside of the organization (this could look like tracking/recording successful referrals where possible).
  • Maintains client phone numbers and appointment reminders as needed.
  • Works with Volunteer Coordinator to train and support Data Volunteer Team to assist in regular data projects.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned, including assisting with community engagement opportunities.
  • Assists overall organization with designing data (data schema, data dictionaries, etc.) structures when needed to support program implementation and program evaluation.
  • Assists with closing client encounters and uploading test results to patient portal, notifying appropriate person of any irregularity or reactive results.

Required Qualifications

  • Demonstrated ability to serve all segments of the LGBTQ community and culture, especially including mindfulness and respect with regard to people’s pronouns.
  • Knowledge and familiarity of issues impacting queer and trans communities with demonstrated ability to apply a lens of intersectionality, particularly with regard to race, class, gender, age and ability.
  • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills, including the ability to use sound judgment to determine appropriate course(s) of action in complex interpersonal situations.
  • Must be highly organized, detail oriented, and committed to delivering quality customer service.
  • Friendly, engaging presence with an ability to establish and maintain close collegial working relationships both internally and externally.
  • Established ability to maintain a high level of production while working independently.
  • General proficiency with computers and ability to learn new software.
  • Evening and weekend availability required.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience working with medical record management software and confidential client data.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Access and Google Apps.
  • Understanding of Salesforce and/or other similar donor and volunteer data maintenance tools.

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Accounting Coordinator

Seattle, Washington

Is remote? Yes


Panorama Global
Seattle, WA

Website: https://www.panoramaglobal.org

Posted: May 20, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Nicole Travis, HR Generalist
Email: careers@panoramaglobal.org
Phone: 206-949-5106

Link to posting: https://panorama.freshteam.com/jobs/J_Sv_6w5zjtD/accounting-coordinator-remote

Job Description

Panorama, also known as Panorama Group, is a platform for social change dedicated to solving the world’s most intractable problems. Our goal is to maximize social impact by partnering with visionary leaders, social entrepreneurs, nonprofit organizations, and the private sector to codevelop solutions with audacious thinking, radical collaboration, and bold action.  Panorama’s value proposition is helping partners to operate in smarter, more impactful, and more efficient ways.

Panorama is a community of organizations that include Panorama Global, a social impact nonprofit that empowers changemakers through radical collaboration, Panorama Strategy, a social purpose consultancy that accelerates progress for clients through audacious thinking, and Panorama Action, which mobilizes voices and resources through bold action.  The role is positioned at Panorama Global. To learn more about Panorama Global and its work, visit www.panoramaglobal.org

 

Position Summary

Our dynamic, growing organization seeks an Accounting Coordinator to join our team.  We are looking for a detail-oriented problem solver who vales being part of a team and is excited by change. 

The ideal candidate will be nimble, highly analytical, organized, is conscientious of their work and the effect it has on other departments.  This role will work with internal and external partners across the organization matrix.

Reporting to the Director of Finance, the Accounting Coordinator will be responsible for a variety of routine accounting and bookkeeping tasks in a timely and accurate manner, in accordance with department procedures. This includes processing accounts payable, grant and fund tracking, preparation of reports, and maintaining records. 

This position is available on a fully remote basis within the United States.

 

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

Accounts Payable

  • Vendor records maintenance
  • Reviews and logs incoming vendor invoices in tracker and gets approval for payment
  • Coding vendor invoices to proper general ledger account(s) and other classification codes (ie. department, fund, etc) and enter into accounting system
  • Responsible for filing all vendor records and payment information in Sharepoint according to department procedure using established naming convention
  • Confirm vendor banking information according to internal control policy
  • Research and respond to vendor and partner questions regarding payment information
  • Back up Staff Accountant for payment runs
  • Corporate credit card and expense processing
  • 1099 preparation
  • Other duties as assigned

General Accounting

  • Assist in month end close with preparation of various supporting schedules
  • Assist in year-end audit and 990 with preparation of various supporting schedules
  • Cross train with Staff Accountant for time off coverage in the following areas:
    • Journal entries
    • Reconcile QuickBooks to subsidiary ledger(s)
  • Other duties as assigned

Accounts Receivable

  • Cross train with Staff Accountant for time off coverage in the following areas:
    • Accounts Receivable
    • Bank Deposits
    • Reconcile QuickBooks to subsidiary ledger(s)
  • Other duties as assigned

Typical Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities 

  • At least a year of professional experience. 
  • QuickBooks or similar accounting software experience required,
  • High School Diploma or equivalent required, Associate degree or higher in finance or accounting preferred
  • Strong judgment and a demonstrated understanding of how to handle sensitive and confidential information
  • Strong analytical and communication skills
  • Attention to detail required
  • Learns quickly and adaptable to meet scheduled requirements
  • Fluency in written and spoken English

 Desired Qualifications

  • ERP software experience is a plus
  • Knowledge and experience with Sharepoint, Salesforce, Asana, Airtable, and Harvest is an added benefit
  • Experience working at a nonprofit organization or on social impact issues a plus
  • Experience start-up or non-governmental organization a plus
  • Additional language proficiencies welcomed 

This job description is subject to change at any time.

 

Compensation & Benefits

The starting salary for this position is $45,000 alongside a comprehensive benefits package including:

 

  • 90-100% employer-paid monthly premiums for employee-only medical coverage depending on individual plan selection and 15% employer-paid contribution toward dependent coverage premiums 
  • 99% employer-paid monthly premiums for employee-only dental and vision coverage (family members can be added at employee cost), 
  • Flexible spending account options for health, dependent care, and transit
  • 100% employer-paid monthly premiums for life insurance, short-term disability, and accidental death and dismemberment insurance
  • Employer-sponsored supplemental paid family medical leave benefit of up to 12 weeks after 6-months of employment
  • 401(k) safe harbor plan with non-elective 3% employer contribution
  • Employer subsidized wellness membership with ClassPass
  • Up to $500/year per employee in matching contributions to eligible 501(c)(3) charitable organizations.
  • 3 weeks/year of paid vacation, accrued sick leave, 9 company observed + 3 floating holidays (for 2022) + other paid time off for volunteering, jury duty, and bereavement
  • Flexibility to work from home anywhere in the U.S. (we provide the technology)
  • Commitment to professional development and growth

 

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter on our Careers Page portal.

Applications received by Wednesday, June 1, 2022, will receive priority review.

 

Panorama is committed to creating a diverse team and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We know that representation matters in the workplace and with our partners; to that end we are committed to a hiring process grounded in equity and inclusion. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, citizenship or immigration status, national origin, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, political ideology, the presence of any physical, mental, or sensory disability, age, or any other status or characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.

 

Panorama complies with federal and state disability laws and makes reasonable accommodations for applicants and employees with disabilities. If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and/or to receive other benefits and privileges of employment, please contact our People & Culture team at hr@panoramaglobal.org.

 

In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire. Panorama participates in the federal E-Verify system. All candidates should review the E-Verify Participation and Right to Work posters for more information.

 

Final offer will be contingent on the completion of a successful background check.

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Financial Analyst

Seattle, Washington

Is remote? Yes


Panorama Global
Seattle, WA

Website: https://www.panoramaglobal.org

Posted: June 10, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Nicole Travis, HR Generalist
Email: careers@panoramaglobal.org
Phone: 206-949-5106

Link to posting: https://panorama.freshteam.com/jobs/QemVw-ZluIsS/financial-analyst-remote

Job Description

Panorama, also known as Panorama Group, is a platform for social change dedicated to solving the world’s most intractable problems. Our goal is to maximize social impact by partnering with visionary leaders, social entrepreneurs, nonprofit organizations, and the private sector to codevelop solutions with audacious thinking, radical collaboration, and bold action.  Panorama’s value proposition is helping partners to operate in smarter, more impactful, and more efficient ways.

Panorama is a community of organizations that include Panorama Global, a social impact nonprofit that empowers changemakers through radical collaboration, Panorama Strategy, a social purpose consultancy that accelerates progress for clients through audacious thinking, and Panorama Action, which mobilizes voices and resources through bold action.  The role is positioned at Panorama Global. To learn more about Panorama Global and its work, visit www.panoramaglobal.org.

 

Position Summary

Our dynamic, growing organization seeks a Financial Analyst to join the FP&A team! This position will partner closely with a diverse team of programmatic staff to provide budgeting support, financial forecasting, and insightful performance updates. 

Reporting to the Senior Financial Analyst, this position requires a proactive and highly motivated individual comfortable in a fast-paced environment who can manage multiple tasks and responsibilities at once. The successful candidate will have strong analytical skills, great attention to detail, and strong communication skills. This role requires good judgment and the ability to communicate complicated ideas to stakeholders at all levels.

This position reports to the Senior Financial Analyst and is available on a fully remote basis within the United States.

 

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

Financial Planning & Budget Development

  • Closely partner with program staff and provide financial support to help develop annual budgets for a diverse portfolio of programs
  • Oversee the input of grant and program budgets into the financial system to facilitate accurate financial management and reporting
  • Provide program staff with proposal development support including budget calculations, analysis of the economics of the project, and financial due diligence

 

Financial Analysis & Management Reporting

  • Support organizational financial results and forecasting processes by providing key insights and drivers on Income & Expense projections
  • Monitor and analyze a diverse portfolio of programmatic budgets through opportunity & risk assessments, and variance analyses
  • Prepare and review monthly programmatic budget reports with internal and external stakeholders at varying levels
  • Conduct data analyses and provide program leadership with strategic and financial information to support resource allocation and decision-making
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams such as Grants, Contracts & Compliance (GCC) and Accounting to ensure proper tracking of financials within grant and/or program budgets

 

Operational Excellence & Ad Hoc Projects

  • Respond to ad-hoc data analysis requests
  • Build and manage financial planning tools that support decision-making at all levels of the organization
  • Provide support in the implementation of a new financial ERP system

 

Typical Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • At least 5 years of relevant experience with at least 2 years of financial analysis experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Exceptional critical thinking and analytical skills including a solid understanding of financial and accounting concepts
  • Advanced Excel skills and the ability to absorb and synthesize data, build financial models, and distill key insights
  • Strong judgment and a demonstrated understanding of how to handle sensitive and confidential information
  • Ability to communicate sophisticated data and financial concepts to partners with a diverse set of backgrounds, including internal and external stakeholders
  • Fluency in written and spoken English

 

Desired Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in business administration (or other relevant fields)
  • Experience working at a start-up or non-governmental organization
  • Knowledge and experience with ERP software and Salesforce a plus
  • Knowledge and experience with data visualization tools a plus
  • Additional language proficiencies welcomed

 

This job description is subject to change at any time.

 

Compensation & Benefits

The starting salary for this position is $68,000 alongside a comprehensive benefits package including:

 

  • 90-100% employer-paid monthly premiums for employee-only medical coverage depending on individual plan selection and 15% employer-paid contribution toward dependent coverage premiums 
  • 99% employer-paid monthly premiums for employee-only dental and vision coverage (family members can be added at employee cost), 
  • Flexible spending account options for health, dependent care, and transit
  • 100% employer-paid monthly premiums for life insurance, short-term disability, and accidental death and dismemberment insurance
  • 401(k) safe harbor plan with non-elective 3% employer contribution
  • Employer subsidized wellness membership with ClassPass
  • Employer-paid Employee Assistance Program which includes employee + dependent access to counseling services of up to 6 sessions per issue
  • Up to $500/year per employee in matching contributions to eligible 501(c)(3) charitable organizations.
  • Flexible paid time off
  • Employer-sponsored supplemental paid family medical leave benefit of up to 16 weeks after 90 consecutive days of employment
  • Flexibility to work from home anywhere in the U.S. (we provide the technology)
  • Commitment to professional development and growth

 

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter on our Careers Page portal.

 

Applications received by June 23, 2022, will receive priority review.

 

Panorama is committed to creating a diverse team and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We know that representation matters in the workplace and with our partners; to that end we are committed to a hiring process grounded in equity and inclusion. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, citizenship or immigration status, national origin, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, political ideology, the presence of any physical, mental, or sensory disability, age, or any other status or characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.

Panorama complies with federal and state disability laws and makes reasonable accommodations for applicants and employees with disabilities. If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and/or to receive other benefits and privileges of employment, please contact our People & Culture team at hr@panoramaglobal.org.

In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire. Panorama participates in the federal E-Verify system. All candidates should review the E-Verify Participation and Right to Work posters for more information.

Final offer will be contingent on the completion of a successful background check.

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Internal Communications Manager

Seattle, Washington

Is remote? Yes


Panorama Global
Seattle, WA

Website: https://www.panoramaglobal.org

Posted: May 13, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Nicole Travis, HR Generalist
Email: careers@panoramaglobal.org
Phone: 206-949-5106

Link to posting: https://panorama.freshteam.com/jobs/1Zr8xBXJITg7/internal-communications-manager-remote

Job Description

About Panorama

Panorama, also known as Panorama Group, is a platform for social change dedicated to solving the world’s most intractable problems. Our goal is to maximize social impact by partnering with visionary leaders, social entrepreneurs, nonprofit organizations, and the private sector to codevelop solutions with audacious thinking, radical collaboration, and bold action.  Panorama’s value proposition is to help partners operate in smarter, more impactful, and more efficient ways.

 

Panorama is a community of organizations that include Panorama Global, a social impact nonprofit that empowers changemakers through radical collaboration, Panorama Strategy, a social purpose consultancy that accelerates progress for clients through audacious thinking, and Panorama Action, which mobilizes voices and resources through bold action.  This role is positioned at Panorama Global. Read more about Panorama’s values and culture here.

 

Position Summary

We are looking for someone who excels at working collaboratively, enjoys writing, takes pride in delivering high-quality work, and truly loves articulating business strategy. Candidates should be experienced internal communications specialists, creative writers, confident communicators, and fun! You should have deep experience leading proactive internal communications programming, managing cross-functional projects, influencing and driving alignment across stakeholder groups and executives, and telling complex stories in a simple and compelling way.

The Internal Communications Manager will partner closely with the External Affairs and the People & Culture Departments and others to manage major internal channels and establish group principles to promote transparency and build community among employees. Excellent writing skills, good judgment, cultural competency, and analytical abilities are essential.

Additional qualities that will serve you well in this role: attention to detail, ability to remain flexible, comfort working in ambiguity, and a passion for out-of-the-box thinking.

This position reports to the Vice President, External Affairs.

 

This position is available on a fully remote basis within the United States. There may be infrequent travel requirements to attend in-person meetings or events (no more than 5%).

 

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

Communications:

  • Develop an internal communications program, in collaboration with External Affairs and People & Culture.
  • Manage content creation, strategy, approvals, and process for internal communication channels.
  • Write and edit content, drive the design, and lead the presentation of internal communications across various platforms.
  • Make informed decisions and provide counsel to partners that align with enterprise communications strategy.
  • Support internal communications strategies for global issues impacting employees
  • Manage internal communications calendar and activities and drive tactical execution.
  • Leverage various communications channels to deliver messages that are easy to understand, aligned with our business, and informative to our team members.
  • Edit content created by internal teams to ensure it meets the standards and best practices of the organization.

People & Culture:

  • Build and foster collaborative relationships with members of different teams to drive connection and communication.
  • Engages directly with employees to promote a culture of feedback and trust in key internal groups.
  • Partner with People & Culture to optimize internal tools and training for team building, staff meetings and retreats, and facilitating cross-enterprise collaboration.

Typical Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Minimum of 10 years of professional experience working in internal communications
  • Experience producing content for internal audiences at varying levels across an organization
  • Experience drafting and turning complex information into relevant, engaging, timely, and valuable content
  • Experience with managing multiple projects simultaneously while working autonomously including managing remote and in-person events
  • Excellent collaborator and connector across various teams and workstreams to drive for clarity and participation
  • Fluency in the English language in both written and verbal forms

 

Desired Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in Communications, Journalism, Public Relations, or related field preferred
  • Additional language proficiencies welcomed

 

This job description is subject to change at any time.

 

Compensation & Benefits

The starting salary for this position is $105,000 alongside a comprehensive benefits package including:

 

  • 90-100% employer-paid monthly premiums for employee-only medical coverage depending on individual plan selection and 15% employer-paid contribution toward dependent coverage premiums 
  • 99% employer-paid monthly premiums for employee-only dental and vision coverage (family members can be added at employee cost), 
  • Flexible spending account options for health, dependent care, and transit
  • 100% employer-paid monthly premiums for life insurance, short-term disability, and accidental death and dismemberment insurance
  • Employer-sponsored supplemental paid family medical leave benefit of up to 12 weeks after 6-months of employment
  • 401(k) safe harbor plan with non-elective 3% employer contribution
  • Employer subsidized wellness membership with ClassPass
  • Up to $500/year per employee in matching contributions to eligible 501(c)(3) charitable organizations.
  • 3 weeks/year of paid vacation, accrued sick leave, 9 company observed + 3 floating holidays (for 2022) + other paid time off for volunteering, jury duty, and bereavement
  • Flexibility to work from home anywhere in the U.S. (we provide the technology)
  • Commitment to professional development and growth

 

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit a resume on our Careers Page portal.

 

Applications received by May 22, 2022, will receive priority review.

 

Panorama is committed to creating a diverse team and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We know that representation matters in the workplace and with our partners; to that end we are committed to a hiring process grounded in equity and inclusion. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, citizenship or immigration status, national origin, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, political ideology, the presence of any physical, mental, or sensory disability, age, or any other status or characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.

 

Panorama complies with federal and state disability laws and makes reasonable accommodations for applicants and employees with disabilities. If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and/or to receive other benefits and privileges of employment, please contact our People & Culture team at hr@panoramaglobal.org.

 

In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire. Panorama participates in the federal E-Verify system. All candidates should review the E-Verify Participation and Right to Work posters for more information.

 

Final offer will be contingent on the completion of a successful background check.

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People Operations Associate

Seattle, Washington

Is remote? Yes


Panorama Global
Seattle, WA

Website: https://www.panoramaglobal.org

Posted: June 23, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Nicole Travis, HR Generalist
Email: careers@panoramaglobal.org
Phone: 206-949-5106

Link to posting: https://panorama.freshteam.com/jobs/WPW4lKi1tVF8/people-operations-associate-remote

Job Description

Panorama, also known as Panorama Group, is a platform for social change dedicated to solving the world’s most intractable problems. Our goal is to maximize social impact by partnering with visionary leaders, social entrepreneurs, nonprofit organizations, and the private sector to codevelop solutions with audacious thinking, radical collaboration, and bold action.  Panorama’s value proposition is to help partners to operate in smarter, more impactful, and more efficient ways. Panorama is a community of organizations that include Panorama Global, a social impact nonprofit that empowers changemakers through radical collaboration, Panorama Strategy, a social purpose consultancy that accelerates progress for clients through audacious thinking, and Panorama Action, which mobilizes voices and resources through bold action.  The role is positioned at Panorama Global. To learn more about Panorama Global and its work, visit https://www.panoramaglobal.org/ 

Position Summary

Panorama Global is seeking a People Operations Associate to work across our systems, processes, and data to optimize for efficiency, integrity, and clarity. This role will connect employee insights to business outcomes to drive a high-performance culture and workforce and provide technical and administrative expertise to the HR team by being responsible for administering the HR systems, processes, and relevant projects. This role will act as a valuable resource for team members across the organization, providing subject matter guidance and support to set up employees for success.

This exempt position reports to the Vice President, People & Culture, and is available on a fully remote basis within the United States. 

What you’ll do:

  • Responsible for execution and ongoing administration and maintenance of all People Systems and ensuring associated data integrity
  • Process payroll in collaboration with the Director, Finance
  • Partner with businesses and vendors as support to identify process/operational improvements to unlock efficiencies, solving for the root cause of issues and driving for continuous improvement
  • Recognize opportunities to automate and decrease manual processes
  • Partner cross-functionally with critical areas of the business including Finance, Payroll, and GCC to lead the continued growth and optimization of our People systems and processes
  • Take a hands-on approach to troubleshooting complex processes and functional issues and manage these through to resolution
  • Define HR systems training and knowledge needs, and collaborate to produce reference materials and workflows as needed
  • Assist with the documentation of internal HR processes, policies, and guidelines as needed, identifying accountability and decision making and understanding how our systems support the processes
  • Maintain data across all people systems, develop HR analytics dashboards, and make recommendations for system or process changes based on available data
  • Execute operational tasks such as employee onboarding, off-boarding, verification requests, data audits, employee data changes, and other tasks
  • Ensure people data integrity and confidentiality and identify opportunities for added or necessary controls
  • Review benefits invoices against enrollment details and liaise with benefits brokers to make updates
  • Complete employer state registrations, manage state employer notices, and update withholding tax information in our payroll platform
  • Independently manage HR projects to completion by clarifying project objectives; setting timetables and schedules; conducting research; developing and organizing information; collaborating with stakeholders; and fulfilling transactions
  • Comply with federal, state, and local legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation; anticipating legislation; enforcing adherence to requirements; advising management on needed actions

Why we are excited about you:

  • Minimum of 3-5 years of HR/Systems experience, with an emphasis in HR Administration and HR Operations
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Human Resources or related field or equivalent relevant work experience
  • Experience in developing and setting up reports, dashboards, and data visualization
  • Knowledge of and the ability to evaluate and support the implementation of new and emerging HRIS technologies to improve work productivity and accuracy
  • Documented history of detail-oriented project management experience, including responsibilities of managing a project or program from conception to implementation
  • Anticipate problems (and escalate when appropriate) and solution-oriented
  • Demonstrates strong prioritization and organizational skills
  • High level of accuracy and obsessive attention to detail
  • Value collaborative problem-solving and contributing to a positive employee culture and environment where everyone can be their best
  • Self-motivated, proactive, and capable of working on own initiatives with limited supervision
  • Knows how to appropriately handle and protect highly confidential data
  • Maintains a positive, glass half-full attitude while working on high volume of requests independently and within team
  • Strong written skills and confidence in your ability to communicate clearly with different stakeholders and audiences
  • Experience in a fast-growing organization and comfortable balancing ambiguity with action
  • Discretion, sensitivity, and confidentiality is your bread and butter. You have demonstrated ability to listen, analyze, and inform appropriately while maintaining the required sensibilities in handling confidential information.

 

Why you’re excited about us:

  • Impact: You’ll be a key player in building how we operate, communicate, and treat each other
  • Growth: You’ll have the opportunity to expand your leadership, influence, and responsibility as Panorama continues to scale
  • Team: We have a passionate, talented team that elevates each other and is truly the most fun to work with
  • Mission: We’re doing work that matters – inspiring people around the world and empowering them to pursue audacious problem solving
  • Flexibility: We believe that doing your best work means living a full life. That means different things for everyone, so we optimize for open communication, allow flexibility of schedules when needed, and encourage work-life balance.
  • Remote Culture: A healthy, productive working environment means different things for different people. We optimize for trust and invest in supporting remote teams, offer home office setup for those that work best in their own space (or the ability to work from our Seattle headquarters), and focus on transparent communication to ensure an inclusive, equitable work environment for everyone.

 This job description is subject to change at any time.

 

Compensation & Benefits

The starting salary for this position is $68,000 alongside a comprehensive benefits package including: 

  • 90-100% employer-paid monthly premiums for employee-only medical coverage depending on individual plan selection and 15% employer-paid contribution toward dependent coverage premiums 
  • 99% employer-paid monthly premiums for employee-only dental and vision coverage (family members can be added at employee cost), 
  • Flexible spending account options for health, dependent care, and transit
  • 100% employer-paid monthly premiums for life insurance, short-term disability, and accidental death and dismemberment insurance
  • 401(k) safe harbor plan with non-elective 3% employer contribution
  • Employer wellness membership with ClassPass
  • Employer-paid employee assistance program which includes employee + dependent access to counseling services of up to 6 sessions per issue
  • Up to $500/year per employee in matching contributions to eligible 501(c)(3) charitable organizations.
  • Flexible paid time off
  • Employer-sponsored supplemental paid family medical leave benefit of up to 16 weeks after 90 consecutive days of employment
  • Flexibility to work from home anywhere in the U.S. (we provide the technology)
  • Commitment to professional development and growth

 

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit a resume and optional cover letter on our Careers Page portal. 

Applications received by July 6, 2022, will receive priority review.

 

Panorama is committed to creating a diverse team and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We know that representation matters in the workplace and with our partners; to that end, we are committed to a hiring process grounded in equity and inclusion. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, citizenship or immigration status, national origin, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, political ideology, the presence of any physical, mental, or sensory disability, age, or any other status or characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.

Panorama complies with federal and state disability laws and makes reasonable accommodations for applicants and employees with disabilities. If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and/or to receive other benefits and privileges of employment, please contact our People & Culture team at hr@panoramaglobal.org.

In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire. Panorama participates in the federal E-Verify system. All candidates should review the E-Verify Participation and Right to Work posters for more information.

 

Final offer will be contingent on the completion of a successful background check.

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Senior People & Culture Partner

Seattle, Washington

Is remote? No


Panorama Global
Seattle, WA

Website: https://www.panoramaglobal.org

Posted: May 13, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Nicole Travis, HR Generalist
Phone: 206-949-5106

Link to posting: https://panorama.freshteam.com/jobs/Dj_H3P0OrBBA/s...

Job Description

About Panorama

Panorama, also known as Panorama Group, is a platform for social change dedicated to solving the world’s most intractable problems. Our goal is to maximize social impact by partnering with visionary leaders, social entrepreneurs, nonprofit organizations, and the private sector to codevelop solutions with audacious thinking, radical collaboration, and bold action.  Panorama’s value proposition is to help partners operate in smarter, more impactful, and more efficient ways.

 

Panorama is a community of organizations that include Panorama Global, a social impact nonprofit that empowers changemakers through radical collaboration, Panorama Strategy, a social purpose consultancy that accelerates progress for clients through audacious thinking, and Panorama Action, which mobilizes voices and resources through bold action.  This role is positioned at Panorama Global. Read more about Panorama’s values and culture here.

 

Position Summary

Panorama Global is looking for an experienced and results-driven Senior People & Culture Partner (Human Resources Business Partner) to align our HR initiatives with our leaders, programs, and teams. This role, reporting to the VP of People and Culture, will act as a strategic partner to create and execute thoughtful people strategies that accelerate business objectives and allow us to scale. The ideal candidate for this role should have a good understanding of the social impact sector and its functions, strategic thinking, and a strong performance bias.

 

This position is available on a fully remote basis within the United States.

 

What you'll do:

  • Work closely with the VP of People and our executive team to help set strategy and execute on our People roadmap
  • Consult with leaders and teams on talent development strategies and enhancing overall organizational effectiveness
  • Develop and implement systems and processes to drive continuous learning and knowledge-sharing across the organization through the lenses of transparency, growth, and scale
  • Proactively lead the execution and implementation of People initiatives, including onboarding, performance management, succession planning, employee engagement and retention, leadership and people development, diversity, equity & inclusion, culture, and workplace and employee experience
  • Develop thoughtful organizational design and partner with business leaders and Talent Acquisition to align hiring plans to strategically staff all functional areas of the business
  • Roll up your sleeves: From data entry to ad-hoc administrative work, you’re ready to jump in and do what it takes to support our people operations and programs
  • Project manage complex programs: You’ll work closely with the business to drive the project management of certain programs where we’re building the foundation of our teams. As we scale quickly, we need to make sure our foundation: how we level, define career paths, measure and reward success, are growing too.

Why we're excited about you:

  • Minimum of 10 years of HR experience, with 5+ years as a People/HR Business Partner
  • Degree in HRM or equivalent with SPHR/SHRM-SCP certification
  • Strong EQ and sense of empathy, with a keen ability to prioritize employee wellness while also driving organizational effectiveness
  • Comfort with interpreting and using people data to tell a story and translating it into actionable strategy
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills - you can work effectively across all levels, and utilize a variety of methods to ensure shared understanding
  • Thorough understanding of relevant employment laws and HR trends
  • Demonstrated track record of growing inclusive organizations in a culture and values-aligned way
  • Experience applying best practices around coaching, employee engagement, and change management
  • Proven track record of identifying people problems and using strategic skills to drive and influence appropriate solutions
  • Ability to work independently and come up with creative solutions
  • Ability to balance strategic leadership responsibilities with a bias towards action - you have experience with managing both short-term and long-term goals
  • You have experience with remote and global teams

 

Why you're excited about us:

  • Impact: You’ll be a key player in building how we operate, communicate, and treat each other
  • Growth: You’ll have the opportunity to expand your leadership, influence and responsibility as Panorama continues to scale
  • Team: We have a passionate, talented team that elevate each other and are truly the most fun to work with
  • Mission: We’re doing work that matters – inspiring people around the world and empowering them to pursue audacious problem solving
  • Flexibility: We believe that doing your best work means living a full life. That means different things for everyone, so we optimize for open communication, allow flexibility of schedules when needed, and encourage work-life balance.
  • Remote Culture: A healthy, productive working environment means different things for different people. We optimize for trust and invest in supporting remote teams, offer home office setup for those that work best in their own space (or the ability to work from our Seattle headquarters) and focus on transparent communication to ensure an inclusive, equitable work environment for everyone.

 

Compensation & Benefits

The starting salary for this position is $105,000 alongside a comprehensive benefits package including:

  • 90-100% employer-paid monthly premiums for employee-only medical coverage depending on individual plan selection and 15% employer-paid contribution toward dependent coverage premiums
  • 99% employer-paid monthly premiums for employee-only dental and vision coverage (family members can be added at employee cost),
  • Flexible spending account options for health, dependent care, and transit
  • 100% employer-paid monthly premiums for life insurance, short-term disability, and accidental death and dismemberment insurance
  • Employer-sponsored supplemental paid family medical leave benefit of up to 12 weeks after 6-months of employment
  • 401(k) safe harbor plan with non-elective 3% employer contribution
  • Employer subsidized wellness membership with ClassPass
  • Up to $500/year per employee in matching contributions to eligible 501(c)(3) charitable organizations.
  • 3 weeks/year of paid vacation, accrued sick leave, 9 company observed + 3 floating holidays (for 2022) + other paid time off for volunteering, jury duty, and bereavement
  • Flexibility to work from home anywhere in the U.S. (we provide the technology)
  • Commitment to professional development and growth

 

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit a resume on our Careers Page portal.

 

Applications received by May 27, 2022, will receive priority review. 

 

Panorama is committed to creating a diverse team and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We know that representation matters in the workplace and with our partners; to that end we are committed to a hiring process grounded in equity and inclusion. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, citizenship or immigration status, national origin, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, political ideology, the presence of any physical, mental, or sensory disability, age, or any other status or characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.

 

Panorama complies with federal and state disability laws and makes reasonable accommodations for applicants and employees with disabilities. If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and/or to receive other benefits and privileges of employment, please contact our People & Culture team at hr@panoramaglobal.org.

 

In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire. Panorama participates in the federal E-Verify system. All candidates should review the E-Verify Participation and Right to Work posters for more information.

 

Final offer will be contingent on the completion of a successful background check.

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Talent Acquisition Specialist

Seattle, Washington

Is remote? No


Panorama Global
Seattle, WA

Website: https://www.panoramaglobal.org

Posted: May 5, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Nicole Travis, HR Generalist
Email: careers@panoramaglobal.org
Phone: 206-949-5106

Link to posting: https://panorama.freshteam.com/jobs/htmpw46QF8Fp/talent-acquisition-specialist-remote

Job Description

Panorama, also known as Panorama Group, is a platform for social change dedicated to solving the world’s most intractable problems. Our goal is to maximize social impact by partnering with visionary leaders, social entrepreneurs, nonprofit organizations, and the private sector to codevelop solutions with audacious thinking, radical collaboration, and bold action.  Panorama’s value proposition is to help partners operate in smarter, more impactful, and more efficient ways.

 

Panorama is a community of affiliate organizations that include Panorama Global, a social impact nonprofit that empowers changemakers through radical collaboration, Panorama Strategy, a social purpose consultancy that accelerates progress for clients through audacious thinking, and Panorama Action, which mobilizes voices and resources through bold action.  This role is positioned at Panorama Global. To learn more about Panorama Global and its work, visit www.panoramaglobal.org.

 

Position Summary

The People & Culture team is seeking a Talent Acquisition Specialist to help us source, identify, screen, and hire individuals for a broad range of roles across our affiliates. Our ideal candidate will bring 2-3 years of experience in national talent acquisition, the creativity to devise sourcing strategies for a range of cross-functional and niche programmatic roles, and the ability to serve as a brand ambassador through recruitment initiatives and events. Familiarity in social impact, non-profit, consulting, and/or philanthropy is a plus. This role requires excellent interpersonal skills, strong verbal and written communication skills in the English language, and a commitment to uphold our Culture Compact value pillars.

 

This position reports to the Vice President, People & Culture. This position is available on a fully remote basis within the United States.

 

Role Objectives

  • Input into the overall hiring strategy of the organization to ensure our teams consist of a diverse set of qualified individuals
  • Ensure the staffing needs of the company are being met, with a long-term talent strategy in mind
  • Devise and implement sourcing strategies to build pipelines of potential applicants, such as employer branding initiatives
  • Create and implement end-to-end candidate hiring processes to ensure a positive experience
  • Form close relationships with hiring managers to ensure clear candidate/interviewer expectations and due diligence

 

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Coordinate with hiring managers to identify staffing needs in different areas and departments
  • Determine selection criteria for candidates by liaising with managers and other members of staff
  • Source applicants through online channels, such as LinkedIn and other professional networks
  • Create job descriptions and interview questions that reflect the requirements for each position
  • Identify and refine the most suitable talent from available candidates
  • Plan interview and selection procedures, including screening calls, assessments, interviews, and debrief meetings
  • Assess candidates’ information, including resumes/C.Vs., portfolios and references
  • Organize and attend job fairs and recruitment events to build a strong candidate pipeline
  • Keep records of all materials used for recruitment, including interview notes and related paperwork, to share with key stakeholders

 

Typical Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • 2-3 years work experience in talent acquisition or similar roles
  • Familiarity with using social media, C.V. databases, and professional networks to maximize candidate pools
  • Experience with full-cycle recruiting, using various interview techniques and evaluation methods
  • Knowledge of Applicant Tracking Systems
  • Experience in using LinkedIn Talent Solutions to proactively source candidates
  • Ability to quickly understand requirements and priorities for each role in the company
  • Proficiency in documenting processes and keeping up with industry trends
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills in the English language

 

Desired Qualifications

  • Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources Management, or similar
  • 2-3 years of experience as a Talent Acquisition Specialist, or similar
  • HR certification would be advantageous
  • Additional language proficiencies welcomed

This job description is subject to change at any time.

 

Compensation & Benefits

The starting salary for this position is $68,000 alongside a comprehensive benefits package including:

  • 90-100% employer-paid monthly premiums for employee-only medical coverage depending on individual plan selection and 15% employer-paid contribution toward dependent coverage premiums
  • 99% employer-paid monthly premiums for employee-only dental and vision coverage (family members can be added at employee cost),
  • Flexible spending account options for health, dependent care, and transit
  • 100% employer-paid monthly premiums for life insurance, short-term disability, and accidental death and dismemberment insurance
  • Employer-sponsored supplemental paid family medical leave benefit of up to 12 weeks after 6-months of employment
  • 401(k) safe harbor plan with non-elective 3% employer contribution
  • Employer subsidized wellness membership with ClassPass
  • Up to $500/year per employee in matching contributions to eligible 501(c)(3) charitable organizations.
  • 3 weeks/year of paid vacation, accrued sick leave, 9 company observed + 3 floating holidays (for 2022) + other paid time off for volunteering, jury duty, and bereavement
  • Flexibility to work from home anywhere in the U.S. (we provide the technology)
  • Commitment to professional development and growth

 

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter on our Careers Page portal.

Applications received by Sunday, May 15th, 2022, until 5:00 PM PT will receive priority review. 

 

Panorama is committed to creating a diverse team and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We know that representation matters in the workplace and with our partners; to that end we are committed to a hiring process grounded in equity and inclusion. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, citizenship or immigration status, national origin, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, political ideology, the presence of any physical, mental, or sensory disability, age, or any other status or characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.

 

Panorama complies with federal and state disability laws and makes reasonable accommodations for applicants and employees with disabilities. If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and/or to receive other benefits and privileges of employment, please contact our People & Culture team at hr@panoramaglobal.org.

 

In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire. Panorama participates in the federal E-Verify system. All candidates should review the E-Verify Participation and Right to Work posters for more information.

Final offer will be contingent on the completion of a successful background check.

 

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Bookkeeper

Seattle, Washington

Is remote? Yes


Trans Families | Gender Odyssey Alliance
Seattle, WA

Website: https://transfamilies.org/

Posted: June 6, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Nikki Neuen, Executive Director

Link to posting: https://transfamilies.org/employment/

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Events Manager

Seattle, Washington

Is remote? Yes


Trans Families | Gender Odyssey Alliance
Seattle, WA

Website: https://transfamilies.org/

Posted: June 6, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Nikki Neuen, Executive Director

Link to posting: https://transfamilies.org/employment/

Job Description

Trans Families is growing nationwide and in need of support. Reporting directly to our Executive Director, the Events Manager will be responsible for overseeing, developing, and running our events, both virtual and in-person - including the restart of our annual Gender Odyssey conference. Duties will primarily include logistics management, liaising with presenters and vendors, helping to determine venues, and coordinating closely with staff on communications and ideation. 

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Portal Manager

Seattle, Washington

Is remote? Yes


Trans Families | Gender Odyssey Alliance
Seattle, WA

Website: https://transfamilies.org/

Posted: June 6, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Nikki Neuen, Executive Director

Link to posting: https://transfamilies.org/employment/

Job Description

The Portal Manager will oversee our technology infrastructure to ensure families have reliable and secure access to all of our groups and resources. This position troubleshoots and resolves accessibility issues, builds interconnectivity, and makes sure all users enjoy a consistently outstanding experience across all applications and access points.

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Assistant Director of Community Engagement

SEATTLE, Washington

Is remote? Yes


Pride Foundation
SEATTLE, WA

Website: http://www.pridefoundation.org

Posted: June 9, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Jedidiah Chavez, Director of Community Engagement
Email: jobs@pridefoundation.org
Phone: 2063233318

Link to posting: https://pridefoundation.org/about-us/work-with-us/assistant-director-of-community-engagement/

Job Description

We’re excited to announce a new role at Pride Foundation—the search is on for our Assistant Director of Community Engagement!

Pride Foundation’s Assistant Director of Community Engagement will be an experienced fundraising professional. They will build on and provide the day-to-day management of Pride Foundation’s annual fund program and the annual fund team. Together, alongside the full staff team, they will work to mobilize even greater resources for LGBTQ+ communities across the Northwest.

This thoughtful and creative fundraiser will have a demonstrated understanding of and commitment to building a racially just, equitable, and inclusive environment through all levels of the organization. They’ll be an expert relationship-builder who values intersectional social justice and the role of fundraising in our movements for justice.  

The new Assistant Director of Community Engagement will join a team of 14 staff and 20 board members located across our 5-state region. Together, in partnership with brilliant and dedicated scholars, grantee partners, supporters, and volunteers, we work passionately to advance equity and justice across the Northwest.

Please take a moment to check out the full position description, and help spread the word about this position in your networks! We have a soft application close date of July 6th, though we will consider applications that come in after the deadline on a case-by-case basis. Candidates must reside within the 5-state region we work in, or be willing to relocate to the region.  Annual salary of $86,000 - $90,000, depending on experience.

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Vice President of Policy

Washington DC, DC, Washington

Is remote? No


Point Source Youth
New York, NY

Website: https://www.pointsourceyouth.org/

Posted: June 13, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Bryan Epps , Search Consultant
Email: search@mccormackkristel.com

Link to posting: https://www.mccormackkristel.com/current-searches/point-source-youth-vp-of-policy

Job Description

The Client 

Founded in 2015, Point Source Youth is a 501(c)3 organization working nationally to prevent and end  homelessness for all young people, with a focus on BIPOC and LGBTQ+ youth. They help advocate for,  implement, and evaluate proven, scalable, and replicable youth homelessness interventions to increase  housing options for youth. Point Source Youth’s liberation focused model trusts young people as  experts in their lives and wellbeing. Their youth-centered solutions provide support for direct cash  transfers, rapid re-housing, host homes, and family and kinship strengthening. Each solution centers  youth choice and empowers young people to make vital decisions that positively impact their lives.  

Point Source Youth partners with service providers, funders, policymakers, government officials, and  youth advocates across the country to develop innovative solutions to ending youth homelessness.  Point Source Youth also advances research and evaluation partnering with leading researchers across  the country to evaluate the interventions it supports. Rooted in their belief in the power of local change,  their team of regional technical assistance experts empowers communities on the ground working to  end youth homelessness. In further support of their collective and regional approach to ending the  national youth homelessness crisis, Point Source Youth convenes a national symposium and three  regional (rural, southern, and western) conferences, reaching 3,000 attendees annually. 

Point Source Youth believes that all people have the unconditional right to housing. All partners share  their core values and prioritize serving the most historically marginalized youth, including BIPOC,  nonbinary, and LGBTQ+ youth. 

Since its inception, Point Source Youth has been growing rapidly. The organization, which is overseen  by an eight-person Board of Directors, is expected to operate with over $3 million in revenue in 2022  and 15 nationally distributed staff. Continued expansion of revenue, programs, and staff is expected in  the near term.  

For more information, please visit: www.pointsourceyouth.org 

The Position 

In this newly created position, the Vice President of Policy will report to and partner with the Senior  Vice President, Policy, Programs and People to lead national, state, and local policy initiatives in support  of Point Source Youth’s core interventions: Direct Cash Transfers, Host Homes, Rapid Re-housing, and  Family and Kinship Strengthening. With a focus on shaping policies and considerably expanding  resources for services that locate power in the hands of youth at risk of and experiencing  homelessness, and building out and gaining funding for a policy team, the key responsibilities of this  position include: 

Policy and Advocacy 

  • Design and implement all policy, advocacy, organizing, and campaigns to garner the  resources needed to end youth homelessness; 
  • Create and expand national and local funding mandates for direct cash transfer programs for youth experiencing homelessness in collaboration with the VP, Strategic Partnerships; Create and expand funded mandates to end youth homelessness nationally and locally; Collaborate closely and expand work with HUD Youth Homeless Demonstration Sites and  relationships with their Technical Assistance Providers in collaboration with the VP, Strategic  Partnerships; 
  • Advance the extension of COVID specific waivers and policies most helpful for youth  experiencing homelessness; 
  • Work to obtain additional funding streams from Medicaid and other federal sources that can  better pay for and support interventions such as family strengthening programs; Direct local and national advocacy strategies to end youth homelessness;
  • Lead national and local collaborations with allied stakeholders across movements; Advocate for statutory changes for HUD that centers Direct Cash Transfers over the long  term. 

Resource Development 

  • Identify and secure new funding streams to support the expansion of direct cash transfers,  family strengthening, and other upstream prevention initiatives;  
  • Use a public health framework to obtain significant new funding from the Department of  Health and Human Services, the Center for Medicaid Services, and local, city and state  healthcare funding for evidence-based solutions to end and prevent youth homelessness; 
  • Develop funding support for direct cash transfers to both prevent and end youth  homelessness throughout the country; 
  • Create national and local policy resources that lead to increased funding for and roll-out of  key interventions like Direct Cash Transfers; 
  • Rapidly expand existing Direct Cash Transfers funding in California, Washington State,  Oregon, New York State and NYC, Minnesota, Boston, Atlanta, and Baltimore, Hawaii,  amongst other communities; 
  • Collaborate closely with the VP of Development to fund and grow the Point Source Youth  policy team.  

Partnerships and Collaborations 

  • Expand and build effective partnerships with HUD, HUD Youth Homelessness  Demonstration Site Leaders, and HUD Technical Assistance Providers across the country in  collaboration with the VP, Strategic Partnerships; 
  • Expand the HUD funded Continuum of Care (CoC) rapid re-housing program to further meet  the needs of youth experiencing homelessness in collaboration with the VP, Strategic  Partnerships; 
  • Partner with the Vice President of Communications and Strategy to ensure accurate and  effective communication of policy initiatives; 
  • In collaboration with the Vice President of National Programs, create processes, identify  trainings, and provide leadership to achieve technical assistance (TA) goals and support the  continued rapid growth of TA revenue; 
  • Ensure the Youth Advisory Council is effectively, regularly, and collaboratively integrated  and supported in all of its program work and activities; 
  • Ensure the four Symposia on Solutions to End Youth Homelessness (Rural, National, West,  and South) are created to support and expand policies to end youth homelessness; Develop and maintain relationships with national and local advocacy groups, including  movement leaders, government officials, local, city and state elected officials and leaders.  

Leadership 

  • Apply an intersectional, anti-oppressive, and anti-racist framework that ensures all work lifts  up and centers BIPOC, nonbinary, and LGBTQ+ youth; 
  • Provide strong, collaborative, and intentional day-to-day leadership to grow the policy team,  bridge departments, and support both a results and rest-driven culture; 
  • Help create a diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization built on a foundation of  transparency and collaboration; 
  • Be an ambassador for community-based solutions and power-building strategies to  strengthen policies and funding for rapid re-housing, direct cash transfers, host homes, and  family strengthening programs; 
  • Co-lead all policy work with the Point Source Youth, Youth Advisory Council.  Professional Requirements

The new Vice President of Policy will have knowledge of legislative processes, collation building, and  community organizing. They will understand federal policies related to youth, housing, and healthcare.  The Vice President will have experience crafting policy initiatives to direct funding for evidence-based  services and programs. The successful candidate must have the following: 

  • Experience, ideally both lived and professional, working to end youth homelessness; Experience applying an intersectional, anti-racist, and equity lens to work that lifts up and  centers BIPOC, nonbinary, and LGBTQ+ youth; 
  • Proven experience advancing policy initiatives in youth, homelessness, housing, economic  justice, direct cash transfer, or equity spaces; 
  • Broad and deep networks among thought leaders and influencers in youth homelessness  or related spaces; 
  • A deep understanding of the tactics and strategies used to create and implement policy,  including grassroots organizing and lobbying; 
  • Knowledge of HUD, CoC, and healthcare funding models and experience shaping revenue  generating federal policies;  
  • Demonstrated systems thinking experience and proven creative problem-solving skills with  the ability to adapt those skills to a growing and changing organization; 
  • Ability to work with the VP of Development on increasing funding for building out a policy  team; 
  • Experience building effective collaboration and partnerships at the Federal and State levels.  Personal Characteristics 

The new Vice President of Policy will have excellent relationship-building skills and they will be  energized working in a rapid growth, fast-paced, start-up culture. They will be an intentional yet flexible  leader who is able to adapt to different personalities and work styles. They will lead by example in  support of the organization’s evolution to be centered in restful and wellness practices. The ideal  candidate will have the following:  

  • Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to collaborate with  diverse stakeholders, including youth with lived experiences of homelessness; Commitment to social justice frameworks including race, gender, and economic justice, and  equity; 
  • Extraordinary attention to detail and excellent time management skills;  
  • Ability, on occasion, to work evenings, weekends, and irregular hours; 
  • Ability to travel and work effectively in a variety of geographic, political, and cultural settings. Compensation 

The salary range for this position is $115,000-149,000, commensurate with the lived and professional  experience and qualifications of the selected candidate. Point Source Youth provides an excellent  benefits package including 100% employer paid health insurance and a fully funded Healthcare  Spending Account equal to the annual deductible. Point Source Youth also provides a 401(k) with a 4%  match, dental and vision insurance, and a monthly allowance for a home office and self-care. In  additional to a generous PTO policy and holiday schedule, the Point Source Youth offices are closed  for one week during the summer and three weeks at the end of the year.  

Opportunity

This is an exceptional opportunity for a seasoned advocate to unlock federal funding to substantially  expand the key activities and initiatives of a radically transformative organization working at the leading  edge of the movement to end youth homelessness.  

Location 

Ideally, the Vice President of Policy will live within reasonable commuting distance to the greater  Washington, DC metro area. 

Contact 

Please submit a résumé and original cover letter that describes your interest in the organization’s  mission and qualifications for the position as attachments via e-mail or via our website to: 

Bryan Epps, Search Consultant  

McCormack+Kristel  

1740 Broadway, 15th Floor 

New York, NY 10019 

Phone: 343.486.5935 | Fax: 212.203.9599  

Email: search@mccormackkristel.com | Website www.mccormackkristel.com 

All inquiries will be held in strict confidence. Please note that your education, dates of  employment and other information will be verified prior to an offer. 

McCormack + Kristel works only with equal opportunity employers. Point Source Youth does not  discriminate in any of its employment policies or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, ethnic  or national origin, sex, disability, age, marital status, citizenship status, sexual orientation, gender  identity or expression, or any other personal characteristic protected by applicable law. 

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