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California


Director of Queer Resource Center
Claremont, California
The Claremont Colleges
Claremont, CA
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Executive Assistant
Long Beach, California
The LGBTQ Center Long Beach
Long Beach, CA
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HIV & STI Testing Counselor
Long Beach, California
The LGBTQ Center Long Beach
Long Beach, CA
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Trans Health Coordinator
Long Beach, California
The LGBTQ Center Long Beach
Long Beach, CA
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Student Services Specialist - LGBTQIA Equity
Oceanside, California
MiraCosta College
Oceanside, CA
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Data Coordinator
Sacramento, California
Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA
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Events Manager
Sacramento, California
Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA
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Health Education & HIV Testing Coordinator
Sacramento, California
Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA
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Project Coordinator
Sacramento, California
Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA
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Victim Services Case Manager
Sacramento, California
Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA
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Chief Executive Officer
San Diego, California
The San Diego Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Community Center
San Diego, CA
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Case Manager III- TLP/THP+FC/THP+ (Central)
San Diego, California
YMCA of San Diego County- Youth & Family Services, Transitional Housing & Youth Development
San Diego, CA
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Student Program Specialist, Pride Center
Stockton, California
San Joaquin Delta College
Stockton, CA
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District of Columbia


Consumer Marketing Assistant
Washington, District of Columbia
Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC
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Consumer Marketing Coordinator
Washington, District of Columbia
Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC
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Membership Coordinator
Washington, District of Columbia
Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC
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Regional Organizing Lead - Nevada
Washington, District of Columbia
Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC
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Senior Communities & Volunteer Relations Manager
Washington, District of Columbia
Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC
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Video Assistant
Washington, District of Columbia
Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC
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Welcoming Schools Coordinator
Washington, District of Columbia
Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC
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Operations Manager
Washington, District of Columbia
National Center for Transgender Equality
Washington, DC
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Policy Analyst - Immigrant Women’s Health and Rights
Washington, District of Columbia
National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health
Washington, DC
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Youth Housing & Clinical Services Programs Coordinator
Washington, District of Columbia
SMYAL
Washington, DC
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Youth Housing Programs Assistant
Washington, District of Columbia
SMYAL
Washington, DC
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Florida


Care Coordinator - (North Dade)
North Miami, Florida
The Alliance for GLBTQ Youth - Miami
North Miami, FL
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Care Coordinator (South Dade)
North Miami, Florida
The Alliance for GLBTQ Youth - Miami
North Miami, FL
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Family Specialist - Part Time
North Miami, Florida
The Alliance for GLBTQ Youth - Miami
North Miami, FL
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Youth Program Associate (Part-Time)
North Miami, Florida
The Alliance for GLBTQ Youth - Miami
North Miami, FL
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Illinois


Center on Halsted Director of AVP
Chicago, Illinois
Center on Halsted
Chicago, IL
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Massachusetts


Executive Director
Boston, Massachusetts
Reaching Out MBA
Boston, MA
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New York


Managing Director, Interview Collection
Brooklyn, New York
StoryCorps
Brooklyn, NY
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Producer
Brooklyn, New York
StoryCorps
Brooklyn, NY
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Accounting Clerk
New York, New York
GLSEN
New York, NY
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Accounting Clerk
New York, New York
GLSEN
New York, NY
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DIRECTOR OF ECONOMIC JUSTICE INITIATIVES
New York, New York
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center - NYC
New York, NY
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Pennsylvania


Executive Director
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Persad Center
Pittsburgh, PA
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Utah


Executive Director
Salt Lake City, Utah
Utah Pride Center
Salt Lake City, UT
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Director of Queer Resource Center

Claremont, California


The Claremont Colleges
Claremont, CA

Posted: October 3, 2017

Contact Information

Name: Joseph McCormack, Managing Partner
Email: search@mccormackkristel.com
Phone: 323.549.9200

Link to posting: http://mccormackkristel.com/the-claremont-colleges-director-of-queer-resource-center/

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Executive Assistant

Long Beach, California


The LGBTQ Center Long Beach
Long Beach, CA

Website: http://www.centerlb.org

Posted: November 3, 2017

Contact Information

Name: Porter Gilberg, Executive Director
Email: porterg@centerlb.org
Phone: 562-434-4455

Link to posting: https://www.centerlb.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Executive-Assistant.pdf

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HIV & STI Testing Counselor

Long Beach, California


The LGBTQ Center Long Beach
Long Beach, CA

Website: http://www.centerlb.org

Posted: November 14, 2017

Contact Information

Name: Ismael Salamanca, Director of Health Services
Email: isalamanca@centerlb.org
Phone: 562-434-4455

Link to posting: https://www.centerlb.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/0...

Job Description

Position:         HIV & STI Testing Counselor

Department:  Health Services

Reports To:     Director of Health Services

Salary:             $16.00/hour

Status:            Non-Exempt/ Full Time (40 hours a week)

Benefits:         Medical, Vision, Dental, Paid Sick, Vacation, and 401(k) with Employer Contribution

Probation:      90 days 

Job Summary:

Directly supervised by the Director of Health Services,  the HIV & STI Testing Counselor will provide HIV testing, STI screening, counseling and education within the Health Services Department at the LGBTQ Center Long Beach. This position will be responsible for the collection of testing specimens via finger-stick for rapid HIV testing, venipuncture, throat and urinalysis for STI screening. The primary focus for this position will be conducting rapid HIV tests, STI screening, completing required documentation and data collection for key stake holders and ensuring the program meets its monthly and yearly goals and objectives.  Medical back-office administrative responsibilities will include, but not be limited to: data collection, medical records review, filing, linkage to care management, treatment planning and placing orders for medical supplies.

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Trans Health Coordinator

Long Beach, California


The LGBTQ Center Long Beach
Long Beach, CA

Website: http://www.centerlb.org

Posted: October 11, 2017

Contact Information

Name: Ismael Salamanca, Director of Health and Wellness Services
Email: Isalamanca@centerlb.org
Phone: 562-434-4455

Link to posting: https://www.centerlb.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/2017-Transgender-Health-Coordinator.pdf

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Student Services Specialist - LGBTQIA Equity

Oceanside, California


MiraCosta College
Oceanside, CA

Website: http://www.miracosta.edu

Posted: October 24, 2017

Contact Information

Link to posting: http://apptrkr.com/1102380

Job Description

Student Services Specialist - LGBTQIA Equity

 

MiraCosta College

 

To view the full job posting and apply for this position, go to: http://apptrkr.com/1102380

 

Discipline or Department: Student Services

 

Position Type: Staff/Classified

 

Hourly Rate or Monthly Salary: Starting $2,224.31 per month

 

Working Hours: One regular, part-time, categorically-funded position, 18 hours per week, 12 months per year, on the Oceanside campus. The person selected for this position will be subject to assignment to any district facility during any hours of operation, including evenings, and may be required to work weekends and holidays.

 

Special Instructions to Applicants:

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

Apply and submit application materials through MiraCosta College's online application system at https://jobs.miracosta.edu. Once you are in the system, we strongly advise you to read the information on "How to Apply" and the FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) before starting the application process.

 

Complete application packets submitted through the online system by Tuesday, October 31, 2017, will be included in the first screening. Additional applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled.

 

1. Application for classified employment on which you list all relevant experience.

 

2. Cover letter addressed to the "Screening and Interview Committee" specifically describing how you meet the minimum and desirable qualifications, representative duties, and knowledge and abilities as described in the job posting.

 

3. Current resume or curriculum vitae summarizing your educational background and experience.

 

4. Transcripts of college coursework which provide evidence of meeting the minimum qualifications as stated above. Unofficial or legible photocopies are acceptable. If a degree(s) was earned, the transcripts must state that the degree was awarded. Any degree/coursework used to satisfy the minimum qualifications must be from a postsecondary institution accredited by an accreditation agency recognized by either the U.S. Department of Education or the Council on Postsecondary Accreditation.

 

If your degree(s) is from a college or university outside of the United States, you must submit a detailed evaluation from a professional evaluation agency. To view a list of agencies approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, go to http://www.ctc.ca.gov/credentials/leaflets/cl635.pdf. Transcripts or translations in English still require the evaluation to show the U.S. equivalence of your degree.

 

NOTE: When you "APPLY FOR THIS POSTING," you will eventually be asked to answer the additional question(s) listed below. Your answers will appear toward the bottom of the application form.

 

- MiraCosta College is an Equal Opportunity Employer with a commitment to diversity. Describe your own commitment to diversity and how you will meet the minimum qualifications of "sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability and ethnic background of community college students."

 

- Please describe your previous student services work experience supporting equity and inclusion for LGBTQIA+ students.

 

- Are you bilingual or multilingual? If yes, in what language(s)

 

The screening and interview committee will review application materials three to four weeks following the first screening date. Applicants selected for interview will be contacted by phone; those not selected for interview will be notified by e-mail once interview candidates have been scheduled.

 

Offer of employment to the person selected for this position is contingent upon 1) successful completion of a pre-placement physical exam at district expense; 2) submission of a current tuberculosis test clearance; 3) proof of eligibility to work in the United States; and 4) fingerprint clearance.

 

Individuals with qualified disabilities who need accommodation with any aspect of the application and/or interview process should contact Human Resources at 760.795.6854 at least five days prior to the closing date.

 

Retired STRS members are not eligible for these positions.

 

Basic Function and Other Details:

 

Under the direction of the Director of Student Equity plan, organize, and implement programs and services designed to support LGBTQIA+ students. This work includes designing professional development opportunities to increase awareness of LGBTQIA+ student needs among faculty and staff, enhancing support to this population. The incumbent provides specialized services designed to support goals and activities for this population as identified in the Student Equity Plan. Identifies and recommends resources to attract and retain diverse students. Creates marketing materials. Initiates and maintains positive relations with students, colleagues and community members to effectively meet program goals.

 

Representative Duties:

 

(E = essential job function)

 

1. Plan, organize and implement a variety of programs and activities to recruit, retain and assist students. (E)

 

2. Provide specialized information and advice to students and parents regarding educational and career goals, high school academic progress, financial problems, disabilities and other related issues. (E)

 

3. Prepare statistical records and reports; develop and conduct studies and analyses to identify need for new programs and services and evaluate the effectiveness of current programs. May assist in assessment of student area outcomes in applicable programs. (E)

 

4. Develop and provide in-service programs and activities to promote instruction, awareness, communication and personal and professional growth. (E)

 

5. Refer students to campus departments or community organizations for assistance as appropriate.

 

6. Compose electronic and printed information in media such as websites, newsletters, and flyers, publicizing programs and services. (E)

 

7. Prepare and deliver oral presentations to various audiences including faculty, staff, and community groups.

 

8. Prepare and administer budgets for specific events as assigned; authorize expenditures according to established guidelines. (E)

 

9. Select, train and supervise student and temporary workers. Evaluate work performance and provide consultation sessions to ensure professional and personal growth. Identify and assess potential areas of concern and provide solutions. (E)

 

10. Perform related duties as assigned.

 

Type of Benefits:

 

Vacation, sick leave, holiday pay, and enrollment in a retirement system.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

To be eligible for this position, you must meet and provide evidence of the following minimum qualifications:

 

1. Associates degree or the equivalent; AND

 

2. One year of related work experience.

 

(IMPORTANT: For work experience, one "year" is defined as equivalent to 40 hours per week for 12 months, or at least 2,080 hours.)

 

Desirable Qualifications:

 

1. Education equivalent to a Bachelor's Degree.

2. Demonstrated experience working within an equity, diversity, inclusion, and/or social justice program within student services, with a particular focus on LGBTQIA+ students.

3. Demonstrated cultural competence including a solid understanding of intersectionality, and how it affects the daily lives of LGBTQIA+ students.

4. Strong facilitation, advocacy, and mediation skills.

5. Demonstrated experience working collaboratively with students, staff, faculty, administrators, and community members.

6. Bilingual or multilingual in English and other language(s).

 

Licenses and Other Requirements:

 

Closing Date:

 

First Screening Date: Tuesday, October 31, 2017

 

Human Resources Contact Information:

 

jobs@miracosta.edu or 760.795.6854

 

About MiraCosta College

 

The MiraCosta Community College District is one of California's 112 public community colleges. The district includes the communities of Oceanside, Carlsbad, Encinitas, Cardiff, Olivenhain, Leucadia, Solana Beach, Rancho Santa Fe, Del Mar, and parts of Carmel Valley.

 

MiraCosta offers associate degrees, university-transfer courses, career-and-technical education, certificate programs, basic-skills education, and lifelong-learning opportunities that strengthen the economic, cultural, social, and educational well-being of the communities it serves.

 

The district consists of three campus sites and a robust online education program. The Oceanside Campus, serving about 12,000 credit students, has been located since 1964 on a panoramic 121-acre hilltop site with views of the ocean and mountains. The San Elijo Campus is located in Cardiff, 17 miles south of Oceanside, on 48 acres below the bluffs overlooking the San Elijo Lagoon Reserve. The San Elijo Campus opened in September 1988, and now attracts about 3,000 credit students. The Community Learning Center in downtown Oceanside hosts about 4,000 students in the college's noncredit classes including English as a Second Language, the Adult High School Diploma Program, and other tuition-free, noncredit classes as well as some college credit classes.

 

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Data Coordinator

Sacramento, California


Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA

Website: http://www.saccenter.org

Posted: October 25, 2017

Contact Information

Name: David Heitstuman, Executive Director
Email: jobs@saccenter.org
Phone: 916-442-0185

Link to posting: http://www.saccenter.org/careers

Job Description

The Data Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of managing the Center’s client database. Including pulling reports, entering data, creating forms through the database, and submitting data to program staff, board members and funders. This position reports to the Community Engagement Coordinator and works in partnership with other programming staff and stakeholders as well asdirectly with community members of diverse backgrounds. This is a part-time, non-exempt position.

A full job description and application procedure can be found at http://www.saccenter.org/careers

The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is an Equal Opportunity employer. We actively seek applications from lesbians, gay men, women, bisexual, transgender individuals, people of color, people with lived experience in homelessness, mental health, living with HIV/AIDS and disabilities.

 

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Events Manager

Sacramento, California


Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA

Website: http://www.saccenter.org

Posted: October 25, 2017

Contact Information

Name: David Heitstuman, Executive Director
Email: jobs@saccenter.org
Phone: 916-442-0185

Link to posting: http://www.saccenter.org/careers

Job Description

The Events Manager will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for the development, planning, execution, and evaluation of all Sacramento LGBT Community Center events including Sacramento Pride, Q-Prom, signature fundraising events, and coordination of other 3rd party fundraising and community engagement events. This position reports to the Executive Director and works in partnership with development and program staff, volunteers, stakeholders, as well as directly with community members of diverse backgrounds. This work of this position supports the organization’s objective to build a culturally rich LGBTQ community in order to create a region where LGBTQ people thrive. This is a full-time, non-exempt position.

Equal Opportunity: The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is an Equal Opportunity employer. We actively seek applications from lesbians, gay men, women, bisexual, transgender 4 individuals, people of color, people with lived experience in homelessness, mental health, living with HIV/AIDS and disabilities.

A full job description and application procedure can be found at http://www.saccenter.org/careers

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Health Education & HIV Testing Coordinator

Sacramento, California


Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA

Website: http://www.saccenter.org

Posted: October 25, 2017

Contact Information

Name: David Heitstuman, Executive Director
Email: jobs@saccenter.org
Phone: 916-442-0185

Link to posting: http://saccenter.org/about-us/careers/

Job Description

The Sacramento LGBT Community Center seeks a Peer Health Educator & Testing Coordinator to oversee projects and specific outcomes related to the Sacramento LGBT Community Center’s Health Programs Department. This position reports to the Director of Programs and works in partnership with other programming staff and stakeholders as well as directly with community members of diverse backgrounds. This is a full-time, non-exempt position.

This position contributes to program goals to increase awareness, decrease HIV infections in the LGBTQ community and provide support to those living with HIV/AIDS. In select instances, the Peer Health Advocate & Testing Coordinator will serve as a liaison to various groups and community partners as well as supervise a team of dedicated volunteers. People of color and trans-identified individuals are encouraged to apply.

A full job description and application information is available at http://www.saccenter.org/careers

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Project Coordinator

Sacramento, California


Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA

Website: http://www.saccenter.org

Posted: October 25, 2017

Contact Information

Name: David Heitstuman, Executive Director
Email: jobs@SacCenter.org
Phone: 916-442-0185

Link to posting: http://www.saccenter.org/careers

Job Description

The Project Coordinator is responsible for all administrative aspects of victim services and emergency housing services. This position reports to the Youth Programs Manager and works in partnership with other programming staff and stakeholders as well as directly with community members of diverse backgrounds. This is a part-time, non-exempt position.

A full job description and application procedure can be found at http://www.saccenter.org/careers

The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is an Equal Opportunity employer. We actively seek applications from lesbians, gay men, women, bisexual, transgender individuals, people of color, people with lived experience in homelessness, mental health, living with HIV/AIDS and disabilities.

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Victim Services Case Manager

Sacramento, California


Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA

Website: http://www.saccenter.org

Posted: October 25, 2017

Contact Information

Name: David Heitstuman, Executive Director
Email: careers@saccenter.org
Phone: 916-442-0185

Link to posting: http://www.saccenter.org/careers

Job Description

The Victim Services Case Manager is responsible for delivering direct services to LGBTQ and homeless youth who are victims of crime. The Victim Services Case Manager works with each crime victim to develop a client-centered plan for reaching goals and objectives. This position supports the organization’s objective to improve the health and wellness of LGBTQ community members in order to create a region where LGBTQ people thrive. This position reports to the Youth Programs Manager and works in partnership with other programming staff and stakeholders as well as directly with community members of diverse backgrounds. This is a full-time, non-exempt position.

A full job description and application procedure can be found at http://www.saccenter.org/careers

The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is an Equal Opportunity employer. We actively seek applications from lesbians, gay men, women, bisexual, transgender individuals, people of color, people with lived experience in homelessness, mental health, living with HIV/AIDS and disabilities.

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Chief Executive Officer

San Diego, California


The San Diego Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Community Center
San Diego, CA

Website: http://www.thecentersd.org

Posted: November 15, 2017

Contact Information

Name: Joseph McCormack or MIchelle Kristel, Managing Partner & Partner
Email: search@mccormackkristel.com
Phone: 323.549.9200

Link to posting: https://execsearches.com/nonprofit-job/chief-execu...

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Case Manager III- TLP/THP+FC/THP+ (Central)

San Diego, California


YMCA of San Diego County- Youth & Family Services, Transitional Housing & Youth Development
San Diego, CA

Website: https://www.ymca.org/community-support/ymca-youth-and-family-services

Posted: November 3, 2017

Contact Information

Name: Breeann Dector, Office Administrator
Phone: 760-721-8930

Link to posting: https://www.ymca.org/get-involved/ymca-careers/job-application

Job Description

Basic Assignment

Under the supervision of the THYD Program Director, provide case management and Independent Living Skills training to Turning Point Transitional Living Program (TLP), Transitional Housing Program Plus Foster Care (THP+FC) and Transitional Housing Program - Plus (THP+) participants, as well as, community outreach and program development associated with all Transitional Housing & Youth Development Department programs and assist in the daily operations of the TLP, THP+FC and THP+ programs.

Qualifications

  • Must be 21 years of age or older.
  • Master’s degree in social work or social welfare field or equivalent Master’s degree in human services or behavioral science field is required.
    • If Master’s degree requirement is not met, an exception may be granted by the Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing Division, prior to employment, if all of the following exists:
      • Have completed the following coursework and field practice or experience requirements:
        • At least 3 semester units or 100 days of field practice or experience in a public or private social service agency setting at the Master’s Degree level.
        • At least 9 semester units of coursework related to children and families or 18 months of experience working with children and families.
        • At least 3 semester units in working with minority populations; or six months of experience in working with minority populations; or 6 months in-service training in working with minority populations within the first year of employment as a condition of employment.
        • At least 3 semester units in child welfare, or 2 years of experience in a public or private child welfare social services setting.
      • At least a Baccalaureate Degree in human services or behavioral science from an accredited school.
  • Experience working with young adults (ages 16-24) required.
  • Familiar with the operations of a transitional living program.
  • Experience with Independent Living Skills issues required.
  • Basic computer knowledge and skills.
  • Must be able to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Must be self-aware, flexible, adaptable and teachable.
  • Valid CA Driver's License.
  • Good driving record.
  • Current CDL H6 print-out (must be dated within 30 days of application.)
  • Pass pre-employment drug testing.
  • Pass vehicle proficiency exam.
  • Criminal record clearance by being fingerprinted prior to reporting to work and signing a statement regarding criminal convictions.
  • A physical exam and negative TB test results.
  • Must be an adult role model with the ability to effectively set limits and function in crisis-oriented and high stress situations.
  • Visual and auditory ability to observe critical incidents and the physical ability to act swiftly in an emergency situation.
  • Ability to adequately observe participants' activities, enforce safety regulations and apply appropriate policies and procedures.
  • Must possess the ability to lead and interact in group activities and perform related physical skills.
  • Current CPR and First Aid certification required and must be from one of the following certifying organizations: American Red Cross, American Heart Association or American Safety & Health Institute.

Major Functions

  • Conduct client-screening interviews and assess service needs via phone and face to face interview.
  • Assessment and case planning on each participant residing in Turning Point Transitional Living program (TLP), Transitional Housing Program Plus Foster Care (THP+FC) and Transitional Housing Program - Plus (THP+).
  • Teach Independent Living Skills and provide support to participants in relational wellness, employment and educational opportunities among other areas.
  • Provide crisis intervention, situational and group counseling to residents and phone clients.
  • Provide parenting skill development in group and individual settings.
  • Coordinate the services of the program’s volunteers and interns.
  • Coordinate case planning with residents, clients and collaborating agencies.
  • Provide information and referrals to other community resources and services.
  • Maintain organized practice related to program evaluation and continuous improvement efforts.
  • Keep well-written, concise case notes to include all pertinent information for each participant using County, State and Federal mandated tracking systems.
  • Maintain organized records and case files for all participants.
  • Follow up on discharged/aftercare clients.
  • Communicate effectively with Program Directors, co-workers, participants, families, and other service providers.
  • Provide a secondary on-call option during specified times.
  • Ensure residents maintain safe and adequate living environment in accordance with California Community Care Licensing standards.
  • Transport participants in YMCA vehicle to and from activities and appointments as needed.
  • Practice non-aggressive defensive driving techniques.
  • Operate YMCA vehicles in safe manner.
  • Vehicle use is for YMCA business only.
  • Work independently and as a team member to create innovative ways to meet contract goals and provide a high level of service that is engaging and meets the needs of the participants.
  • Develop and maintain community outreach regarding the TLP, THP+FC, THP+ programs and THYD Department, including volunteers and local businesses.
  • Participate in and attend all required staff meetings, YMCA staff development events and appropriate agency-wide committees.
  • Perform other administrative tasks as assigned and assist with maintaining proper document storage and auditing. 
  • Assist with fundraising.
  • Ability to work effectively with others in alignment with the YMCA 4 Core Values.
  • Models the 4 Core Values in all aspects of position responsibilities.

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Student Program Specialist, Pride Center

Stockton, California


San Joaquin Delta College
Stockton, CA

Website: https://www.deltacollege.edu/

Posted: September 21, 2017

Contact Information

Link to posting: https://chroniclevitae.com/jobs/0000387418-01

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Consumer Marketing Assistant

Washington, District of Columbia


Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC

Website: http://hrc.org/

Posted: October 20, 2017

Contact Information

Name: Amber Alcorn

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

Job Description

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

 

Position Summary:

The Consumer Marketing program is a top source of new members and supporters for the Human Rights Campaign. The program’s two brick & mortar stores and Online Shop give the organization an international presence. With orders originating from all 50 states and 80+ countries, this allows supporters to act as "walking billboards" and participate in a grassroots guerilla marketing approach to increase visibility for HRC and LGBTQ equality. Through branded merchandise, Consumer Marketing puts a diverse human face on HRC and gives our supporters an entry point for sharing their stories with friends and families at home, at work and in their communities.

 

The Consumer Marketing Assistant reports directly to the Deputy Director of Consumer Marketing and is responsible for providing daily operational and administrative support to the Consumer Marketing team. The Consumer Marketing team advances HRC’s mission through the development and marketing of branded merchandise for HRC’s retail channels, membership campaigns, and electoral engagement. 

 

Position Responsibilities:

  • Assist the Consumer Marketing team with all administrative duties including scheduling meetings, travel and appointments, shipping and receiving, managing department meetings, reporting expenses and processing check requests.
  • Complete accounting and data entry pertaining to HRC's merchandise sales.
  • Manage HQ inventory of retail items.
  • Create and manage HQ purchase orders.
  • Record and invoice all Consumer Marketing purchase orders.
  • Engage with internal and external clients and vendors.
  • Produce written material for the web or other forms of external and internal communication needs, such as blog posts, social media captions, letters, and various other Consumer Marketing priorities.
  • Assist in developing and sustaining brand identity through social media outlets and other new media opportunities.
  • Monitor the internet to find possible trademark violations.
  • Manage lists of social media contacts.
  • Maintain files and other materials for the Consumer Marketing Department’s needs.
  • Aid in cross-departmental task and collaborations.
  • Gather and prepare information for Board updates and Board reports.
  • Other duties as assigned. 

 

Position Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma required; Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience preferred.
  • At least one year of administrative experience in a professional environment strongly preferred.
  • Excellent attention to detail and organizational skills are required.
  • Strong communication skills, strong writing ability, and creativity are essential.
  • Demonstrated ability to work well under pressure while simultaneously handling multiple projects to meet tight deadlines.
  • Must have proven computer skills including Microsoft Word and Excel, and preferred experience in PowerPoint and Google Docs, Sheets, and Drive.
  • Strong willingness to be a team player – to roll up your sleeves and get the job done.
  • Strong interest in and knowledge of the rapidly changing LGBTQ equality movement.

 

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

 

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

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Consumer Marketing Coordinator

Washington, District of Columbia


Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC

Website: http://hrc.org/

Posted: October 20, 2017

Contact Information

Name: Amber Alcorn
Email: careers@hrc.org

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

Job Description

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

Position Summary:

The Consumer Marketing program is a top source of new members and supporters for HRC. The program’s two brick & mortar stores and Online Shop give the organization an international presence. With orders originating from all 50 states and 80+ countries, this allows supporters to act as "walking billboards" and participate in a grassroots guerilla marketing approach to increase visibility for HRC and LGBTQ equality. Through branded merchandise, Consumer Marketing puts a diverse human face on HRC and gives our supporters an entry point for sharing their stories with friends and families at home, at work and in their communities.

The Consumer Marketing Coordinator reports directly to the Deputy Director of Consumer Marketing and is responsible for assisting in the curation of Consumer Marketing material as well as maintaining an organizational flow within the department. 

Position Summary:

  • Execute design projects for Consumer Marketing including, but not limited to, graphic design for merchandise, e-marketing, promotional material, advertisements, invitations, brochures, reports, infographics, PowerPoint and keynote presentations.
  • Employ independent judgment and discretion to review comments and messages on HRC’s social media platforms.
  • Coordinate Consumer Marketing design projects with internal resources and outside vendors.
  • Manage and maintain Consumer Marketing photo collections and digital assets.
  • Prepare department documents including board reports and Consumer Marketing collateral.
  • Create merchandise photo content for shop.hrc.org and social media.
  • Assist with seeking product placement opportunities to increase visibility and effectively communicate HRC’s brand.
  • Assist with administrative duties including store orders, headquarter purchase orders, invoicing and gifting.
  • Work with the Consumer Marketing team to conduct assessments and to respond to the consumer marketing needs of HRC.
  • Work with internal stakeholders in ordering merchandise for other departments.
  • Assist with remote merchandise sales.
  • Manage outside vendor relationships.
  • Maintain HRC’s brand standards.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Position Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in graphic design (or equivalent work experience) plus one to three years of related experience.
  • Creativity and attention to detail.
  • Demonstrated ability to work well under pressure, ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously and commitment to providing high quality work with a service-oriented approach.
  • Proven proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite – InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop.
  • Photography experience preferred.
  • Exceptional customer service skills.
  • Personal interest in and commitment to LGBTQ equality.
  • Strong skills with social media, Microsoft Office applications and Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive).

*Please include a link to examples of your creative work in the cover letter or resume or upload separate documents.*

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

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

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Membership Coordinator

Washington, District of Columbia


Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC

Website: http://hrc.org/

Posted: October 6, 2017

Contact Information

Name: Amber Alcorn

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

Job Description

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

Position Summary:

Membership is the lifeblood of the Human Rights Campaign – quite simply, members are the reason why, and the reason how, we do our life-changing work. The Membership Coordinator serves behind-the-scenes to ensure that the foundation and inner workings of this program are running smoothly and efficiently. The Membership Coordinator plays a vital role in many of the operational aspects of this large and sophisticated Direct Response fundraising and Online Strategy program in an effort to cultivate and increase membership as well as membership revenue – at the lowest possible investment.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate many of the operational and financial aspects of HRC’s highest revenue and largest expense program including but not limited to ongoing budget tracking, weekly revenue reporting by campaign, liaising with the Finance department regarding monthly cost center reconciliation, expense tracking, and vendor payment.
  • Coordinate the fulfillment of online and offline HRC premiums– including bidding and purchasing, inventory management, and weekly fulfillment processing. Serve as the liaison with the Consumer Marketing team. 
  • Organize all aspects of HRC quarterly vendor meetings including agenda development, speaker facilitation, and invitation list.
  • Facilitate most operational components of all direct mail campaigns, including proof and set-up approvals, and maintaining a sample library. Assist with copyediting as needed.
  • Provide regular organizational reports including program revenue and membership number updates.
  • Maintain a robust knowledge of the data processes related to the Membership Department. Create fundraising campaign source codes as required.
  • Assist with contractual vendor-partner and consultant relationships for the program, including processing payment, getting internal approvals, and keeping a record of executed contracts. 
  • Ensure HRC is always up-to-date with compliance. Work with internal staff to ensure that state fundraising registrations are up-to-date.
  • Special projects as assigned, such as preparing Finance Committee and Board presentations, and handling the logistics of membership research.
  • Serve as backup to the rest of the Direct Response team as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Position Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience with two to three years of experience workingin member relations and/or customer service a plus.
  • Background in financial accountability and vendor relationships preferred.
  • Excellent communication skills, editing ability, and being a self-starter are essential to this position.
  • Proven computer skills are required, including MS Word and Excel, and preferred experience in PowerPoint and Google Apps. Experience with membership database programs (ROI Solutions’ Revolution Online or similar platform) a plus.
  • A demonstrated ability to work well under pressure, handle multiple projects simultaneously, and work under tight deadlines. 
  • Able to exercise good judgment; discretion is necessary.
  • Strong willingness to be a team player – to roll up your sleeves and get the job done.
  • Flexibility with work schedule.
  • Strong interest in and knowledge of the rapidly changing LGBTQ equality movement.

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

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

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Regional Organizing Lead - Nevada

Washington, District of Columbia


Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC

Website: http://hrc.org/

Posted: October 13, 2017

Contact Information

Name: Human Resources

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

Job Description

 

Position Summary:

 

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

 

The Regional Organizing Lead is responsible for all organizing efforts of HRC membership within a specific region of a state, including recruitment, training, and overall cultivation of HRC members as volunteer leaders. The Regional Organizing Lead will develop volunteer teams in key communities for political, issue, and legislative advocacy. 

Volunteer Team Building:

HRC relies on a powerful grassroots network of volunteer leaders taking regular action to resist attempts to roll back progress for the LGBTQ community while working to advance LGBTQ equality wherever possible. The Regional Organizing Lead will work with volunteer teams to establish best practices for group-led actions and to recruit and train an active volunteer base in the region.

Political, Issue, and Legislative Advocacy:

In order to accelerate the pace of progress toward full equality, we must grow our movement's political power, organize ourselves, our families, friends, and allies, and put equality issues at the center of the political conversation in 2018 and beyond. The Regional Organizing Lead will help grow our political power by building organizing capacity and mobilizing HRC members, supporters, volunteers, and activists in support of equality and pro-equality candidates in the 2018 elections. 

 

This position is a temporary, full-time position ending approximately November 30, 2018. Possible extension depending on funding.

 

This position can be located anywhere within the state. 

 

Position Responsibilities:

 

  • At the direction of the State Manager, meet regional goals in the statewide campaign plan in order to elevate LGBTQ equality in the 2018 elections, support HRC-endorsed candidates in federal and state elections, and provide assistance to HRC-supported ballot initiative campaigns.

 

  • Implement strategies within the region to support federal and state legislation and national advocacy efforts, and maximize HRC’s local lobbying efforts.

 

  • Support volunteer leadership in the region; assist with political and volunteer activities of HRC steering committee members (as they relate to political and legislative activities) and other activists as outlined in the state campaign plan.

 

  • Ensure HRC’s volunteer network within the region is vital and growing. Work with volunteer leadership in the region to recruit new volunteers and engage existing volunteers, members, and supporters in grassroots activities.

 

  • Participate in the design and implementation of training programs for members, supporters, volunteers, and activists in the region.

 

  • Meticulously track all volunteer outreach and engagement in VAN and submit reports daily.

 

  • Manage outreach within the region to selected constituencies, including people of color, religious communities, youth, and others. Participate in strategic partnerships with other organizations and groups to support HRC’s outreach and increase HRC’s visibility in the region.

 

  • Represent HRC in strategic partnerships with allied organizations in the region (LGBTQ organizations as well as other progressive allies) in order to collaborate and advance the goals of HRC and the LGBTQ movement.

 

  • Share HRC’s commitment to inclusion and the intersectionality of our movement by integrating campaign and outreach efforts to defend and advance shared advocacy priorities like reproductive rights, immigrant rights, workers’ rights and other civil rights causes.

 

  • Serve as the face of HRC in the region and represent HRC at local events.

 

  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Position Qualifications:

 

  • Bachelor’s Degree (or equivalent in experience) and one to two cycles of electoral campaign experience, preferably with at least one cycle as a field organizer.

 

  • Demonstrated record successfully working in coalition on issue or advocacy campaigns (experience in applicable state is preferred).

 

  • Working knowledge of federal and state legislative processes.

 

  • Ability to work independently within the context of a plan.

 

  • Demonstrated ability in building teams, motivating others, and working effectively in a team environment in both a lead and a support role.

 

  • Experience meeting goals and holding others accountable.

 

  • Effective time management skills, including an ability to prioritize; must be highly organized, detail-oriented, and able to handle multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced environment.

 

  • Excellent listening, interpersonal, communication and problem solving skills, as well as excellent writing, verbal communication, and presentation skills.

 

  • Must be proficient with Microsoft Office applications (Word and Excel) and Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive).

 

  • Demonstrated experience with VAN and a familiarity with other standard organizing and advocacy tools and social media required.

 

  • Excellent ability to establish and maintain professional interpersonal relationships, and resolve conflicts when necessary.

 

  • Must be able to travel extensively within the state; must have a valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle.

 

  • Flexibility with work schedule is required; this position requires some evening and weekend work.

 

  • Spanish language proficiency a plus.

 

  • Strong interest in the rapidly changing LGBTQ equality movement and a working knowledge of LGBTQ issues.

 

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

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Senior Communities & Volunteer Relations Manager

Washington, District of Columbia


Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC

Website: http://hrc.org/

Posted: September 26, 2017

Contact Information

Name: Kyle Hoard, Human Resources Intern

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

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Video Assistant

Washington, District of Columbia


Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC

Website: http://hrc.org/

Posted: November 14, 2017

Contact Information

Name: Amber Alcorn

Link to posting: http://www.hrc.org/careers

Job Description

 

Position Summary

The Human Rights Campaign is the nation’s largest civil rights organization fighting for LGBTQ equality. The Video Assistant reports to the Associate Director of Video and is responsible for assisting with the creation of HRC’s events videos and providing support to the Video team.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Research and edit clips of speakers, news, and other video content for use in HRC branded videos;
  • Help storyboard and edit HRC’s video projects;
  • Develop and catalogue assets to library including organizing B-Roll, pulling clips from news monitoring services, creating video view reports, and other data collection as needed;
  • Handle check requests, make travel arrangements and reconcile credit card reports for Video team;
  • Assist with live video production at HRC events, including moving equipment, running teleprompter, keeping the studio organized, etc.;
  • Other duties as assigned.

Position Requirements:

  • High School Diploma required; Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent work experience) with at least one year of experience in video production preferred.
  • Knowledge of and experience with Adobe Premiere CC, Adobe PhotoShop, After Effects, Illustrator.
  • Knowledge of and experience with Apple software (Macs).
  • Organized and detail oriented.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Non-traditional hours (nights and weekends) will occasionally be necessary.
  • Knowledge of current events preferred.
  • Commitment to LGBTQ equality is required.

*Please include a link to your portfolio in the cover letter or resume or upload separate documents.*

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

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Welcoming Schools Coordinator

Washington, District of Columbia


Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC

Website: http://hrc.org/

Posted: October 18, 2017

Contact Information

Name: Amber Alcorn

Link to posting: http://tinyurl.com/ybwpvokw

Job Description

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

 

Position Summary:

The Welcoming Schools Coordinator is primarily responsible for meeting the administrative needs and assigned programmatic duties for the Welcoming Schools program. The Welcoming Schools Project Coordinator reports to the Welcoming Schools Director and works closely with the Welcoming Schools Deputy Director. This position provides direct assistance with several digital platforms and resources to Welcoming Schools Expert Trainers, facilitators and elementary schools across the country.

 

Position Responsibilities

  • Respond to requests for information, materials and assistance from Welcoming Schools staff, consultants, participating schools and partner organizations.    
  • Respond to Welcoming Schools website requests for information, materials and assistance.  
  • Maintain multiple, up-to-date databases of records for trainings, activities, and accomplishments of the Welcoming Schools program.
  • Prepare regular data reports for staff, directors, and board members as requested.
  • Develop and manage monthly, electronic Welcoming Schools newsletters.
  • Manage assembly of program publications and materials; ensure requests from staff and external stakeholders are handled efficiently and appropriately.
  • Coordinate and support on- and off-site meetings and events involving Welcoming Schools staff and project collaborators.
  • Perform administrative tasks such as scheduling meetings, taking/sending minutes, and other duties as assigned.
  • Create contracts and work with districts to complete necessary forms for Welcoming Schools to conduct District-wide Facilitator Trainings.
  • Create contracts and invoices for individual schools through the Welcoming Schools fee-for-service model.
  • Manage and coordinate payment of stipends to facilitators for the Welcoming Schools fee-for-service model.
  • Provide detailed, monthly facilitator training reports, including bi-weekly reports listing trainings without proper paperwork submission.  
  • Complete monthly corporate card reports and per diem submissions for Director and Deputy Director.
  • Manage consultant contracts and invoices.
  • Monitor news in K-12 school districts related to the Welcoming Schools program and work with HRC’s social media team to elevate Welcoming Schools work.
  • Complete monthly budget review and co-manage Welcoming Schools budget.
  • Manage Welcoming Schools inventory, including ordering and replenishing current inventory, managing sales and ongoing shipping requests from staff, consultants, and Welcoming Schools partners and facilitators.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Position Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent work experience) with one to three years relevant work experience in a professional environment.
  • Strong work ethic, self-motivated, and the demonstrated ability to work independently and to prioritize competing tasks.
  • Exceptional attention to accuracy and detail.
  • Outstanding organizational, task management and time management skills required.
  • Demonstrated ability to work well under pressure, ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously and manage work under tight deadlines
  • Experience in budget management.
  • Strong skills with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive). Experience with Survey Gizmo and HTML.
  • Effective communicator, both verbally and in writing.
  • Experience with writing website and blog content and the capacity to produce timely and informative newsletters as well as experience with social media accounts.
  • Strong understanding of LGBTQ issues as well as demonstrated knowledge of and interest in K-12 education.

 

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

 

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

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Operations Manager

Washington, District of Columbia


National Center for Transgender Equality
Washington, DC

Website: http://www.transequality.org/

Posted: November 13, 2017

Contact Information

Name: National Center For Transgender Equality
Email: apply@transequality.org
Phone: (202) 642-4542

Link to posting: http://www.transequality.org/about/jobs/operations-manager-0

Job Description

The National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE) seeks an Operations Manager to ensure the operational efficiency and fiscal health of the organization by executing financial and operations-related tasks under the supervision of NCTE's Director of Finance and Operations. This includes processing financial transactions, managing the administrative and operational needs of NCTE, coordinating selected human resources functions, and troubleshooting basic technology issues.

About NCTE

NCTE is a strong voice for transgender people in our nation's capital. NCTE's primary role is to support and advocate for policy change at the local, state and federal levels as well as to use the media to educate society about transgender people. We are known to approach our work with enthusiasm, optimism and good humor. NCTE has a serious commitment to approaching and engaging in its work with an awareness of how racial and economic justice is intertwined and connected to transgender justice, and a commitment to ensuring that policymakers and society understand the connection as well.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Manage financial tasks: credit card transactions, reconciliations, check requests, invoices, detail donor reports, timesheets, and ensuring proper coding for all financial transactions
  • Onboard new staff and interns, ensure compliance with rules and policies, track employee benefits, and work with outside benefits vendors
  • Troubleshooting basic technology issues, working with IT support consultants
  • Provide administrative support for general office needs, such as sorting and responding to incoming email and mail, providing secondary coverage for phones, and maintaining office supplies and equipment
  • Maintain organized and secure electronic and physical files
  • Revise and maintain Operations Manual - a functional "how-to" on all financial and operations duties of the organization
  • Other duties as assigned
Qualifications: 
  • Excellent organizational and time-management skills, detail-oriented, and able to prioritize and manage multiple tasks independently
  • Two years of experience in an operations, finance, or administrative assistant role is strongly preferred
  • Desire and ability to create and maintain order within a fast-moving environment, without sacrificing accuracy or dropping details; finds satisfaction in balanced spreadsheets and smoothly running processes
  • Demonstrated ability to take initiative, solve problems, anticipate actions, and use creative means to complete tasks
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Excel or other spreadsheet programs, and the ability to learn other software applications quickly
  • Commitment to full social justice and an understanding of issues affecting transgender people, including trans people of color and those with low- or no-income
  • Experience troubleshooting basic IT and office equipment issues, including working with cloud-based software, is preferred (not required)
  • Fluency in Spanish is a plus

Salary and Benefits

Salary is consistent with experience. NCTE offers a strong, generous benefits package that includes dental, vision and health insurance, employer contributions to retirement, pre-tax Metro benefits, paid holidays, vacation, sick and volunteer time off.

Application Information: 

Email a resume and cover letter to: apply@transequality.org (a single PDF document is preferred), with the subject line "Operations Manager." Inquire over email if an acknowledgement of your application is not received after one week. Please no calls. Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis.

The National Center for Transgender Equality is an equal opportunity employer. NCTE is committed to creating a diverse staff made of people who are hard-working, kind, optimistic and committed to social justice, from all segments of transgender and allied communities.

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Policy Analyst - Immigrant Women’s Health and Rights

Washington, District of Columbia


National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health
Washington, DC

Website: http://latinainstitute.org/

Posted: October 10, 2017

Contact Information

Name: Ann Marie Benitez, Senior Director of Government Relations
Email: humanresources@latinainstitute.org

Link to posting: http://latinainstitute.org/en/get-involved/employm...

Job Description

NLIRH seeks a Policy Analyst to help promote a national policy agenda designed to protect the reproductive health and rights of Latinas, while supporting the policy needs of the state-based Latina Advocacy Networks (LANs). The Policy Analyst will lead and be responsible for the immigrant women’s health and rights portfolio.  As such, the Policy Analyst must be able to evaluate complex public programs, projects and studies, proposed federal and state legislation and current law in order to promote NLIRH’s policy and advocacy work in the area of immigrant women’s health and rights. The Policy Analyst will be supervised and report to the Senior Director of Government Relations in our Washington, D.C. office. The person in this position will work as part of a dynamic team and in coalition with movement partners.

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Youth Housing & Clinical Services Programs Coordinator

Washington, District of Columbia


SMYAL
Washington, DC

Website: http://smyal.org/index.php

Posted: October 5, 2017

Contact Information

Name: Sarah Beasley, Operations & Volunteer Coordinator
Email: jobs@smyal.org
Phone: 202-546-5940

Link to posting: https://www.idealist.org/en/nonprofit-job/54372500...

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Youth Housing Programs Assistant

Washington, District of Columbia


SMYAL
Washington, DC

Website: http://smyal.org/index.php

Posted: November 2, 2017

Contact Information

Name: Sarah Beasley
Email: jobs@smyal.org
Phone: 202-546-5940

Link to posting: https://www.idealist.org/admin/33fd65a75da346b89b8...

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Care Coordinator - (North Dade)

North Miami, Florida


The Alliance for GLBTQ Youth - Miami
North Miami, FL

Website: http://www.glbtqalliance.com/

Posted: November 17, 2017

Contact Information

Name: The Alliance for GLBTQ Youth - Miami
Email: alliance@GLBTQalliance.org
Phone: 305-899-8087

Link to posting: https://www.dropbox.com/s/bsr61fxl3i6njhh/Care%20Coordinator%20NORTH_Nov2017.pdf?dl=0

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Care Coordinator (South Dade)

North Miami, Florida


The Alliance for GLBTQ Youth - Miami
North Miami, FL

Website: http://www.glbtqalliance.com/

Posted: November 17, 2017

Contact Information

Name: The Alliance for GLBTQ Youth - Miami
Email: alliance@GLBTQalliance.org
Phone: 305-899-8087

Link to posting: https://www.dropbox.com/s/4cx4ncudlluvzfu/Care%20Coordinator%20SOUTH_Nov2017.pdf?dl=0

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Family Specialist - Part Time

North Miami, Florida


The Alliance for GLBTQ Youth - Miami
North Miami, FL

Website: http://www.glbtqalliance.com/

Posted: November 17, 2017

Contact Information

Name: The Alliance for GLBTQ Youth - Miami
Email: alliance@GLBTQalliance.org
Phone: 305-899-8087

Link to posting: https://www.dropbox.com/s/pcahnt8w3zsetki/Family%20Specialist_Nov2017.pdf?dl=0

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Youth Program Associate (Part-Time)

North Miami, Florida


The Alliance for GLBTQ Youth - Miami
North Miami, FL

Website: http://www.glbtqalliance.com/

Posted: November 17, 2017

Contact Information

Name: The Alliance for GLBTQ Youth - Miami
Email: alliance@GLBTQalliance.org
Phone: 305-899-8087

Link to posting: https://www.dropbox.com/s/7zqumiqbr1nbfao/Youth%20Program%20Associate_Nov2017.pdf?dl=0

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Center on Halsted Director of AVP

Chicago, Illinois


Center on Halsted
Chicago, IL

Website: http://www.centeronhalsted.org

Posted: October 16, 2017

Contact Information

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

Link to posting: https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.ht...

Job Description

 

Essential Functions:

Center on Halsted Anti Violence program provides a range of direct services, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer and/or HIV affected victims and survivors of violence, particularly hate, sexual, and police violence, intimate partner violence and discrimination.

Job Description

Duties

Administrative

Maintain State of Illinois Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Social Worker, or Clinical Professional Counselor License

Maintain all data for the program

Work with the Grant Writer to submit all grant-related reports for the program

Draft monthly program reports

Draft and track program budget

Contribute to the grant writing process

Leadership and Management

Ensure that the program is operating within a social justice, equity based framework

Ensure anti-violence and advocacy efforts are grounded in knowledge of direct service and the obstacles for LGBTQ survivors

Supervise AVP Coordinator. Ensure that AVP Coordinator tracks and maintains data for the AVP project.

Clinically supervise 1-2 practicum students

Participate in Strategic Plan implementation

Direct Services

Maintain a caseload of individual clients, couples, and/or groups 

Maintain accurate, confidential, HIPPA compliant, timely records, reports and files

Provide crisis intervention services; such services include, but are not limited to the following: short term crisis counseling, advocacy, and providing referrals

Community Engagement

Coordinate the citywide LGBTQ Trauma Coalition

Participate in the National Coalition of Anti Violence Programs

Serve as a COH representative in the community with stakeholders and serve on appropriate committees, coalitions and task forces

Work closely with the Director of Community and Culture by planning and building buy-in from the larger community through events addressing Social Issues impacting LGBTQ survivors and the community as a whole

 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. Center on Halsted reserves the right to change any and all of the employee’s responsibilities, tasks and duties.

Skills/Qualifications

Results – proven track record of exceeding goals; bottom-line orientation; evidence of the ability to consistently make good decisions through a combination of analysis, wisdom, experience and judgement; ability to balance the delivery of programs against the realities of a budget

Strategic Vision and Agility – ability to think strategically, anticipate future consequences and trends and incorporate them into the organizational plan

Leadership and Organization – exceptional capacity to manage and lead people; a team builder who is able to scale up a program; ability to connect to staff on an individual level and in group contexts; ability to develop and empower leaders

Action Oriented – enjoys working hard and looks for challenges; able to act and react as necessary; not afraid to take charge of a situation; can overcome resistance to leadership and take unpopular stances when necessary

Personal qualities integrity, credibility, accountability and commitment to the mission of Center on Halsted.

Flexible can work in an ambiguous, fast-moving environment, while also driving toward clarity and solutions; demonstrates resourcefulness.

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer sensitivity

Excellent verbal skills, oral and written.

Clinical degree, LCSW, required.

Microsoft Office proficiency required.

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

 

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Executive Director

Boston, Massachusetts


Reaching Out MBA
Boston, MA

Website: http://www.reachingoutmba.org/

Posted: October 13, 2017

Contact Information

Name: Freddie , Recruiter
Phone: 617-542-1404 x 23

Link to posting: http://commongoodcareers.force.com/careers/ts2__JobDetails?jobId=a0K1L00000otLhZUAU&tSource=

Job Description

Organizational Description:
Reaching Out is a 501(c)(3) organization that educates, inspires, and connects lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) MBA students at business schools in the United States.  Through its year-round programming anchored by its annual conference, Reaching Out MBA (ROMBA):

  • Educates LGBTQ MBA students about the opportunities and challenges of being an LGBT MBA student and business leader, how to capitalize on those opportunities, and how to overcome those challenges.
  • Inspires and enables members of the LGBTQ MBA & graduate community to be leaders in their careers and in society.
  • Builds connections among LGBTQ MBA & graduate community.

Over the last four years, Reaching Out has very successfully transitioned from an organization with two events a year led by student volunteers to an organization with a full-time Executive Director, full-time and part-time staff, and extensive networks including current and prospective MBA students, corporate partners, and college/university clubs and affiliates.
 
Reaching Out has expanded its programming and impact to include year-round outreach and networking, including Student Treks visiting corporate partners, a Women’s leadership conference in the Spring, events in Brazil and Hong Kong, and regional networking events. In parallel, Reaching Out has dramatically grown its core event, a national conference for LGBTQ MBA students -- in attendees by 56%, and in corporate sponsorship by 48.5% -- while adding a Leadership Summit for LGBTQ MBA club leaders and Reaching Out Fellows. All of Reaching Out’s programming is influenced by active participation of current MBA and graduate students.

To learn more about Reaching Out’s work, please visit: www.reachingoutmba.org.

Position Summary:
Reaching Out is seeking an experienced and entrepreneurial Executive Director to lead them through their next phase of growth. Reporting directly to Reaching Out’s Board of Directors, the incoming Executive Director will manage Reaching Out’s staff, design and implement a strategic plan for the next three-five years of growth, and drive the organization towards and through the next phase of its evolution. 
 
Position Outcomes:
A successful Executive Director will:

  1. Work collaboratively with the Board and staff to design and implement the next phase of strategic growth for Reaching Out, focusing on further building the network into a formal association to advance the interests of the LGBTQ MBA community
  2. Enhance existing programs and deepen Reaching Out’s impact, including growing the Professionals and Pre-MBA communities
  3. Grow Reaching Out’s corporate sponsor list and funding, and leverage new programming to diversify Reaching Out’s revenue streams to include individual, alumni and foundation giving

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Managing Director, Interview Collection

Brooklyn, New York


StoryCorps
Brooklyn, NY

Website: https://storycorps.org/jobs/

Posted: October 18, 2017

Contact Information

Name: StoryCorps HR
Email: employment@storycorps.org

Link to posting: https://storycorps.org/jobs/managing-director-storybooths-interview-collection/

Job Description

Job Title: Managing Director, Interview Collection
Divisions: Interview Collection
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Reports To: Chief Program Officer
Status: Full Time, Regular

Position Overview:

The Managing Director oversees the Interview Collection Department, which has been created to improve and align operations, training, and practice in interview facilitation and community engagement across StoryCorps’ regional and travelling Booth-based programs (StoryBooths and MobileBooth) and National recording team.

The 3 key teams of the Interview Collection Department include:

StoryBooths: currently consists of three (3) local StoryBooth programs, in San Francisco, Atlanta and Chicago
MobileBooth: which travels to ten (10) locations annually, partnering with local radio stations and community organizations for 4-6 week recording engagements
National: working with outreach partners and fee-for-service clients to execute custom, on-site recording days

The Managing Director is responsible for ensuring that all Interview Collection teams successfully engage and positively impact the communities they serve or visit, ensuring effective partnerships, a wide diversity of participants, and continuous improvement in customer service and overall operations. The Managing Director sets annual goals for the StoryBooths and National team that support funder deliverables and strategic organizational priorities and goals.

The Managing Director oversees a department of twenty (20) full-time staff and directly supervises 5 senior staff: four (4) Managers and one (1) Associate Director. The Managing Director is a member of StoryCorps’ senior leadership team, and collaborates with other StoryCorps Directors and Managers on the development and execution of interdepartmental programs as well as training, annual goal-setting and organization- wide program planning.

StoryCorps records, shares, and preserves stories for a diverse range of American voices – from our Griot Initiative to preserve stories of African Americans, to our Historias initiative to collect the experience of Latinos. The Managing Director, Interview Collection requires demonstrated experience engaging diverse communities in consonance with the organization’s efforts towards creating accessibility for numerous communities and meeting participant demographic targets.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Program Planning and Funding Support

Provide management oversight to the development and concretization of the annual Mobile Tour plan, researching and identifying viable Mobile Tour partner stations, taking into account demographic diversity deliverables, funder requirements, and other factors.
Oversee the creation and development of annual interview, participant diversity, community outreach, and event-based goals for each of the StoryBooths, National, and the Mobile Tour. Ensure that program goals and funder deliverables are met on time and within budget.
Provide leadership in cross-departmental planning to ensure effective collaboration regarding Initiative deliverables, trainings, new projects and organizational goals.
Work closely with Development and Custom Services to secure and sustain new and existing revenue streams to support each geographical StoryBooth setting, the National team, and the Mobile Tour.
Oversee timely creation of reports for all funders of the Mobile Tour and StoryBooths.

Continuous Improvement & Operational Efficiency

Plan and oversee Mobile and the StoryBooths’ effective implementation of the StoryCorps app through partnerships with local community-based organizations and stations.
Oversee consistent implementation of operational recommendations emerging from a variety of interdepartmental project teams
Create, review and evaluate policies, procedures and systems that support and improve Mobile, National, and StoryBooth operations.
Travel regularly and nationwide for the purpose of Mobile Tour and StoryBooth oversight and supervision.
Perform other duties to support the Interview Collection Department and Programs division, as assigned.

Community Engagement & Partnerships

Provide leadership oversight to each StoryBooths’ and the Mobile Tour’s outreach work to ensure participation by a diverse range of participants, in consonance with organization-wide participant diversity targets.
Oversee and manage key relationships with program funders, local radio partners, and host sites.
Function as a senior leadership liaison to the Marketing & Communications Department to ensure brand & program awareness on a national scale (via programs’ digital presence, press releases, major events in cities, etc.)

Staff Hiring and Training

Oversee recruitment, training and managerial responsibilities for twenty (20) staff members with direct supervision of five staff and four remotely managed programs.
Build on best practices of all Interview Collection programs to improve upon and deliver engaging, effective training to all Interview Collection staff.

Knowledge, Skills, and Qualifications: 
Required:

Bachelor’s degree
Minimum 7 years’ experience in planning and management of mission-driven programs within a non-profit setting
Minimum 7 years’ experience supervising and recruiting staff, leading effective supervisory and team meetings, encouraging staff to perform at a high level, evaluating staff, and addressing performance issues
Minimum 5 years’ experience managing remote teams of staff
Experience working with grants and grant writing
Evidenced commitment to interdepartmental, interdisciplinary team approach to work; strong conflict resolution and collaboration skills
Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal and communication skills
Strong organizational skills, multi-tasking ability and attention to detail
Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills; demonstrated ability to prepare effective and accurate reports, both narrative and quantitative
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office word processing, spreadsheet, e-mail and database software; must be comfortable learning and using new technology
Able to be flexible and adaptable in order to contribute to problem-solving activities within a growing, changing organization
Demonstrated commitment to mission of StoryCorps

Preferred:

Master’s degree in Public Administration, Social Work, or related field
Ability to communicate clearly in Spanish and English, both orally and in writing

Application Instructions:

To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to employment@storycorps.org and include your last name and the position title in the subject line: for example, “Jones – Managing Director, Interview Collection.” Include your cover letter and resume as attachments titled “YourNameLetter” and “YourNameResume.” In your cover letter, please tell us how you found out about this opportunity and whether you have applied for a position at StoryCorps in the past.

StoryCorps seeks to hire staff who reflect the diversity of the communities we serve. All positions at StoryCorps are filled without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, HIV/AIDS status, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. All are encouraged to apply.

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Producer

Brooklyn, New York


StoryCorps
Brooklyn, NY

Website: https://storycorps.org/jobs/

Posted: October 18, 2017

Contact Information

Name: StoryCorps HR
Email: employment@storycorps.org

Link to posting: https://storycorps.org/jobs/producer/

Job Description

Job Title: Producer
Department: Production
Division: Programs
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Reports To: Senior Producer
Status: Full-Time, Regular

POSITION OVERVIEW

StoryCorps’ mission is to preserve and share humanity’s stories in order to build connections between people and create a more just and compassionate world. Since 2003, over 100,000 participants have visited StoryCorps to record a 40-minute conversation with a loved one. To date, StoryCorps has collected over 60,000 stories from across the country, creating the largest oral history archive ever recorded.

Each week, a team of our producers takes one of those full conversations and shapes it into a 2-3 minute, highly crafted story for our Peabody award-winning weekly broadcast series on NPR.

The Producer works on a team led by the Senior Producer to produce high-quality, original stories for StoryCorps’ broadcast series, to air nationally on NPR. This position requires excellent research and reporting skills, and involves regular national travel to record StoryCorps interviews. The producer also creates other content to support the organization, including edited segments, promos, and audio for internal and external use, and is responsible for the digital components for broadcast stories including both text and visual content.

StoryCorps seeks to reflect and celebrate our nation’s diversity in our work and to amplify the voices of people not typically heard in mainstream media. You’ll be an ideal candidate for this role if you share our commitment to presenting these stories with authenticity and sensitivity, and have demonstrated experience producing content featuring diverse voices, for diverse audiences. StoryCorps is also committed to developing a staff that matches the diversity of the communities we serve, and strongly encourages applications from people of color and the LGBTQ community. Fluency in a language other than English is a plus; Spanish language fluency strongly preferred.

If you have a passion for telling stories with soul, working with smart people, and doing meaningful work in a mission-driven environment, this may be the role for you.

HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL DO AS A PART OF OUR TEAM:

Produce stories for StoryCorps’ national broadcasts on NPR, including audio edit, music selection, mix, writing host and web copy, and fact checking
Research, pitch, and travel to record interviews at booths and in the field
Research and produce visual components for story web posts
Produce other content as necessary, including promos and edited segments for external or internal use by the organization
Identify and track tape for potential production use from recording booths
Train and edit tape with StoryCorps staff and interns
Provide department with production and administrative support
Serve as an active, engaged member of the StoryCorps Production department, including participation in regular departmental meetings and interdepartmental project teams
Actively work to ensure that a diversity of stories and participants are selected for production, and that our content is relevant and accessible to diverse audiences
Perform other duties to support the production department, as assigned

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND QUALIFICATIONS:

About you:

You have a minimum of 3 years of work experience in a fast-paced media production environment
You have demonstrated research skills and journalistic instinct and a proven track record telling documentary-style stories
You have expertise in digital editing with ProTools, including mixing music and audio
You’re able to meet deadlines and work quickly and efficiently, often on time-sensitive projects
You’re self-directed but also collaborative. You work well independently but also recognize the importance of editorial feedback and collaboration with your colleagues
You’re flexible and adaptable. We move quickly at StoryCorps and need solutions-oriented problem solvers to help move our work forward
You know how to communicate effectively – whether that’s by email, phone, or in person
You are passionate about StoryCorps’ mission and thrive in a diverse workplace

HOW TO APPLY

Please send your cover letter, resume, and one or two relevant work samples (either links or excerpts are acceptable), to employment@storycorps.org and include your last name and the position title in the subject line: for example, “Jones –Producer.” Include your cover letter, resume, and a separate document with work samples as attachments titled “YourNameLetter” and “YourNameResume” and “YourNameWorkSamples.” In your cover letter, please tell us how you found out about this opportunity and whether you have applied for a position at StoryCorps in the past.

 

 

 

 

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Our mission is to preserve and share humanity’s stories in order to build connections between people and create a more just and compassionate world.

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Accounting Clerk

New York, New York


GLSEN
New York, NY

Website: https://www.glsen.org/apply-to-work-at-glsen

Posted: September 28, 2017

Contact Information

Name: Jade Logan, operations manager
Phone: 2127270135

Link to posting: https://www.glsen.org/article/accounting-clerk

Job Description

Responsibilities:

National Office

  • Enter all donated revenue to accounting software.
  • Maintain files of supporting accounting documentation.
  • Invoice earned income and follow up on collections.
  • Assist in the end of the month closing, account analysis and schedules as assigned.
  • Assist in the end of year closing, prepare audit schedules as assigned.
  • Other related tasks as assigned.

Chapter Network

  • Perform all bookkeeping for GLSEN’s 40 volunteer Chapters throughout the country.
  • Maintain all support documentation related to the Chapters finances
  • Provide fast and quality customer service on all accounting matters,
  • Other related tasks as assigned. 

 

Qualifications:

  • Associate degree in accounting, three years of bookkeeping experience, or a combination of the two.
  • Previous experience in non-profit accounting preferred.
  • A demonstrated commitment to social justice
  • A desire to form real relationships with volunteers
  • Ability to be firm as well as patient
  • Exemplary attention to detail and organizational skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to multi-task and manage priorities and projects in a deadline-oriented environment.
  • Ability to maintain effective working relationships with the Accounting department team and other departments.
  • Strong computer skills (Excel, Word, accounting software)
  • Prior experience with Financial Edge and Raiser’s Edge is helpful

 

This position is located in GLSEN’s New York City headquarters. To apply, please submit your resume and letter of interest at: http://www.glsen.org/apply-to-work-at-glsen

 GLSEN is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We strongly encourage people of color, of diverse gender identities, women, and non-LGBTQ persons to apply.

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Accounting Clerk

New York, New York


GLSEN
New York, NY

Website: https://www.glsen.org/apply-to-work-at-glsen

Posted: September 27, 2017

Contact Information

Name: Jade Logan
Phone: 2127270135

Link to posting: https://www.glsen.org/article/accounting-clerk

Job Description

DESCRIPTION

Department:  Operations Department

Responsibilities:

National Office

  • Enter all donated revenue to accounting software.
  • Maintain files of supporting accounting documentation.
  • Invoice earned income and follow up on collections.
  • Assist in the end of the month closing, account analysis and schedules as assigned.
  • Assist in the end of year closing, prepare audit schedules as assigned.
  • Other related tasks as assigned.

Chapter Network

  • Perform all bookkeeping for GLSEN’s 40 volunteer Chapters throughout the country.
  • Maintain all support documentation related to the Chapters finances
  • Provide fast and quality customer service on all accounting matters,
  • Other related tasks as assigned.

Associate degree in accounting, three years of bookkeeping experience, or a combination of the two.

  • Previous experience in non-profit accounting preferred.
  • A demonstrated commitment to social justice
  • A desire to form real relationships with volunteers
  • Ability to be firm as well as patient
  • Exemplary attention to detail and organizational skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to multi-task and manage priorities and projects in a deadline-oriented environment.
  • Ability to maintain effective working relationships with the Accounting department team and other departments.
  • Strong computer skills (Excel, Word, accounting software)
  • Prior experience with Financial Edge and Raiser’s Edge is helpful

HOW TO APPLY

https://www.glsen.org/apply-to-work-at-glsen

This position is located in GLSEN’s New York City headquarters. To apply, please submit your resume and letter of interest at: http://www.glsen.org/apply-to-work-at-glsen

 GLSEN is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We strongly encourage people of color, of diverse gender identities, women, and non-LGBTQ persons to apply.

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DIRECTOR OF ECONOMIC JUSTICE INITIATIVES

New York, New York


The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center - NYC
New York, NY

Website: http://www.gaycenter.org

Posted: November 17, 2017

Contact Information

Email: jobs@gaycenter.org
Phone: 212-620-7310

Link to posting: https://gaycenter.org/about/employment#economicempowerment

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Executive Director

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


Persad Center
Pittsburgh, PA

Website: https://persadcenter.org/

Posted: October 9, 2017

Contact Information

Name: Dena Hofkosh, Board member, Chair of search committee
Email: hofkosd@gmail.com
Phone: 412-551-5321

Job Description

Persad Center’s Mission

Persad Center is a human service organization whose mission is to improve the well-being of the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning) communities, and the HIV/AIDS communities. We serve our target populations and their loved ones, cradle to grave, across western Pennsylvania, with service centers in Pittsburgh and Washington, PA.

Position Summary

Persad Center’s Executive Director is charged with the oversight of all Persad Center operations, providing both vision and leadership for the Agency as a whole.  The Executive Director is responsible for all fiscal operations, the oversight of program contract obligations and the direct supervision of Agency managerial staff.  The Executive Director oversees and may, as needed, initiate program policies and procedures.  The Executive Director assures the Agency is appropriately represented at community planning events and works with community stakeholders to further the mission of Persad Center and the wellbeing of the community. Participation in events that represent the diverse spectrum and intersectionality of our community are a priority. The Executive Director oversees hiring and the evaluation of staff consistent with human resources policies.  The Executive Director is supervised by and responsible to the Persad Center Board of Directors. The foundation of this position is rooted in the deepest respect for the diverse community we serve. This position is classified as exempt.

Key Performance Area:  Program Operations

Performance standards:  The Executive Director will:

  1. Provide and model leadership, integrity and vision for the Agency as a whole.
  2. Oversee and provide leadership for the development of and implementation of the Agency’s Strategic Plan.
  3. Work with the Board to develop the Strategic Plan.
  4. Monitor the Strategic Plan, suggesting additions, deletions and/or amendments as appropriate.
  5. Collect necessary program, financial, development and marketing data and report that data to program components and to the Board of Directors.
  6. Assure the submission of required program activity and data reports to Agency funding sources.
  7. Lead administrative staff and assist in program planning, maintenance of Agency operational standards and inter-departmental communication and cooperation.
  8. Assess new program and service needs and develop objectives and timetables for implementation.
  9. Monitor and evaluate key metrics in connection with the delivery of services to clients.

Key Performance Area:  Visibility and Community Relations

Performance Standards:  The Executive Director will:

  1. Work to assure that Persad Center’s services, staff and board of directors reflect the diverse communities we serve
  2. Conduct outreach and public relations with participation from the Visibility Committee, the Board of Directors and appropriate administrative staff.
  3. Assist development staff and Board of Directors in defining Agency public relations and outreach goals and objectives.
  4. Assure the interests of Persad Center are represented at appropriate local, state and national organizations.
  5. Coordinate ad hoc Persad Center liaison to community groups and institutions for short term projects.
  6. Serve as the principle spokesperson for Persad Center.
  7. Provide speaking engagements and training programs for interested groups.
  8. Create content for and/or assure Persad Center website is up-to-date and well maintained.
  9. Assure Persad Center services are reaching those in need and address any issues in this regard.
  10. Assure Social Media campaign is robust.

Key Performance Area:  Fiscal Operations

Performance Standards:  The Executive Director will:

  1. Monitor the balance between the Agency’s income and expenses to assure that the Agency’s income is sufficient to maintain the financial integrity of the Agency.
  2. Develop all agency budgets, working with the Finance Committee for presentation to the Board of Directors for formal adoption in June each year
  3. Maintain accounting system to assure compliance with applicable General Accounting Principles.
  4. Maintain established Agency salary and fringe benefit policies.
  5. Define, with the participation of the Finance Committee of the Board of Directors, budgetary needs for new grants and contracts.
  6. Maintain required fiscal reporting procedures to funding agencies.
  7. Assist in the preparation of tax statements required for retention of tax exempt status.
  8. Act as liaison with the Audit Committee to assist the auditors in performing the annual audit of the Agency financials.
  9. Oversee preparation and filing of IRS Form 990 and any other required governmental filings.

Key Performance Area:  Human Resources

Performance Standards:  The Executive Director will:

  1. Uphold the human resource practices of the Agency in accordance with established policies.
  2. Supervise and evaluate all director-level administrative staff.
  3. Oversee the periodic review of human resource policies, standards and procedures.
  4. Oversee the development and training of Agency staff.
  5. Be responsible for benefits administration and enrollments, completing payroll, credential verifications and all other functions related to human resources of the Agency.

Key Performance Area:  Development Responsibilities

Performance Standards:  The Executive Director will:

  1. Assist in Agency development plans with appropriate members of the Board of Directors in order to develop and maintain an effective Agency development strategy.
  2. Cultivate funding sources to enhance and expand program proposals in conjunction with the development staff and/or of the Board of Directors,
  3. Identify and respond to grant opportunities from prospective funding sources for current and future program components.
  4. Assist in soliciting community, staff and Board Members to support special fundraising activities.
  5. Assure that donor database is up to date and well maintained.

Key Performance Area:  Physical Operations

Performance Standards:  The Executive Director will:

  1. Project the physical needs of the Agency and work to assure that those needs are met.
  2. Oversee the maintenance and repair of the facility.
  3. Plan for pleasant appearance of facility and initiate needed renovations.
  4. Oversee and monitor lease facility requirements and deadlines.

Key Performance Area:  Board of Directors Interaction

Performance Standards:  The Executive Director will:

  1. Attend all Board Meetings and Executive Committee meetings to provide input regarding the issues and tasks being considered by them.
  2. Report to the Board and appropriate Committees of the Board on fiscal, administrative, development, and program operations on a regular basis; report to the Executive Committee on personnel matters and report to the Board on community relations at appropriate intervals.
  3. Prepare reports as requested by the Board of Directors.
  4. Create and distribute information packets in advance of Board Meetings, including agenda, committee reports and financial information.
  5. Operationalize the Board of Directors Strategic Plan as it relates to Agency operations. 

Qualifications for the Position of Executive Director

Master’s Degree from an accredited college with a Major in Medicine, Chemical Dependency, Psychology, Social work, Counseling, Nursing (with a specialty in Nursing/Health Administration, Nursing/Counseling Education or Clinical Specialty in Human Services), Public Administration, Business Management or other related field.

Preferred experience includes ten (10) years of progressive leadership with a minimum of five (5) years with a Human Services Agency in a significant supervisory role, three (3) years of service as a non-profit Executive Director, and several years clinical MH experience.

Required experience includes the areas of organizational development, human resource management, budget and resource development and strategic planning. Must be a strategic, innovative and collaborate leader with advanced planning, problem solving, relationship building, communication, and time management skills. Must be accustomed to public speaking with the ability to engage partners, community participants and leaders. Must be able to inspire passion about the mission of Persad Center and the communities served.  Proven success in identifying, applying for and obtaining grants to support human services objectives is required.  Excellent computer skills in a Microsoft Windows environment. Must include knowledge of Excel and skills in payroll systems.

Must completely embrace and support the mission of the agency, representing the diverse community in all settings.

Additional position requirements:

  • FBI Clearance, PA State Police Clearance, PA Child Abuse Clearance
  • Physical and TB test
  • Complete online Child Abuse Mandated Reporter Training
  • Financial background clearance

Interested candidates can apply by submitting a cover letter and resume to:  hofkosd@gmail.com

No calls accepted, email only.

Responses will be accepted until 5pm on November 10, 2017.

 

Persad Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Executive Director

Salt Lake City, Utah


Utah Pride Center
Salt Lake City, UT

Website: http://www.utahpridecenter.org

Posted: October 24, 2017

Contact Information

Name: Sue Robbins
Email: EDsearch@utahpridecenter.org

Job Description

Executive Director – Utah Pride Center, Salt Lake City, Utah

 OUR MISSION

Utah Pride unites, empowers and celebrates Utah’s diverse LGBTQ+ community by providing a safe and welcoming space for education, partnerships, services and events which advance our collective health, wellness and success.

Founded in 1992, Utah Pride Center is a statewide non-profit organization serving Utah’s expansive gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer community and allies.  A wide variety of programs, services and celebrations are executed each year by a highly capable staff and cadre of volunteers.

 JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

Leadership

  • Develop the Center’s programming and ensure it meets the vision, mission and long range goals of the Center.
  • Create and maintain a working partnership with the Board of Directors on strategic planning, policy development, human resources oversight, fund development, and financial management.
  • Value a collaborative work environment and demonstrates strong team building acumen.
  • Ensuring a safe and inclusive space for all community members, partners, stakeholders, volunteers, clients, visitors, employees, and board members.
  • Oversee implementation of the strategic plan and long-term trajectory.
  • Deliver clear and concise instructions to supervised staff and follow guidelines and employee regulations.
  • Serve as the chief liaison with other community organizations, government agencies, private funders and key constituent groups for strategic planning and fund development.

 Fundraising and Development

  • Oversee implementation of the strategic plan and long-term trajectory.
  • Represent the Center and promote its mission and vision within the community at large.
  • Conduct fundraising and development, including creating fundraising campaigns and a donor cultivation program.
  • Work with local and national organizations serving the LGBTQ population.
  • Serve as the continuing and consistent face of the fund development efforts in conjunction with Board efforts.
  • Prepare and submit grant applications and funding proposals.
  • Support the solicitation of corporate gifts in partnership with Board of Directors.
  • Analyze and implement earned income strategies.
  • Ensure donor and funder acknowledgment at all levels.
  • Work with Board to request in-kind donations and other resources for the organization.

 Financial Management

  • Ensure adherence to the Center’s financial policies and procedures.
  • Prepare and deliver a Center update and financial report at Board meetings.
  • Develop and monitor Center budgets and ensure all expenditures have proper approval.
  • Provide for proper fiscal record-keeping, reporting, and auditing.
  • Submit financial reports or statements to the Board of Directors as appropriate or as required.
  • Ensure compliance with funding sources and regulatory requirements.

 Administration

  • Maintain a work environment that attracts, retains and motivates a high quality staff.
  • Multi-task complex projects in stressful situations.
  • Implement Board-approved policies and suggests new policies and processes to the Board.
  • Ensure proper and legal hiring and termination procedures; ensure supervision and evaluation of all staff and volunteers.
  • Oversee Community Counseling and Wellness Program and other existing programming.
  • Select and manage staff; ensure that job descriptions are developed, performance evaluations are held, and sound human resources practices are in place.
  • Manage and facilitate timely disciplinary action when required.
  • Evaluate the success of programming and make changes as appropriate.
  • Coordinate the work of Center staff and volunteers to ensure Center activities are successful.

 POSITION QUALIFICATIONS

Education

  • Master’s Degree in business management, social sciences, or related fields preferred. Minimum Bachelor’s Degree, prior experience in a similar role for a nonprofit may be used in lieu of a degree.
  • Extensive knowledge of LGBTQ programs and issues impacting the community.

Work Experience

  • Minimum five years of experience working in a nonprofit organization with a Board of Directors.
  • Prior experience as an Executive Director or similar leadership role.
  • Substantial working knowledge of nonprofit fiscal management, including fund accounting, government grants, and budgeting.
  • Proven experience in the raising of private, public, and foundational capital.
  • Experience working with a diverse community and building strong cultures within organizations.
  • Exceptional oral and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrated ability in public speaking and interpersonal relations.
  • Working understanding and ability to effectively articulate lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer issues.
  • Established strategic planning.
  • Solid financial skills and GAAP understanding.

 Utah Pride Center is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive culture. UPC does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.

 Please send resume and cover letter to either

EDsearch@utahpridecenter.org

OR

Executive Director Search

Attn: Sue Robbins

PO Box 1078

Salt Lake City, UT 84110

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