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Arizona


Program Manager (POND Housing & Workforce)
Phoenix, Arizona
one-n-ten
Phoenix, AZ
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California


Executive Assistant
Berkeley or Washington, DC, California
National Employment Law Project
New York, NY
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Executive Director
Corte Madera, California
The Spahr Center
Corte Madera, CA
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Associate Clinician
Fairfield, California
Solano Pride Center
Fairfield, CA
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The Planning Council, Chief Executive Officer
Palm Springs, California
McCormack+Kristel
Palm Springs, CA
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Executive Vice President
San Francisco, California
Hopelab
San Francisco, CA
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Donor Engagement Associate or Manager
San Francisco, California
National Center for Lesbian Rights
Fremont, CA
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Immigration Project Associate
San Francisco, California
National Center for Lesbian Rights
Fremont, CA
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Community Day Services Navigator - PT
San Francisco, California
Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center
San Francisco, CA
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Data Coordinator
San Francisco, California
Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center
San Francisco, CA
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Major Gifts Officer
San Francisco, California
Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center
San Francisco, CA
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Manager of Community Support Services
San Francisco, California
Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center
San Francisco, CA
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Marketing Manager
San Francisco, California
Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center
San Francisco, CA
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Mission Engagement Specialist
San Francisco, California
Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center
San Francisco, CA
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Training & Transformation Coordinator - PT
San Francisco, California
Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center
San Francisco, CA
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Trans Community Liaison
San Francisco, California
Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center
San Francisco, CA
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Trans Community Liaison
San Francisco, California
Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center
San Francisco, CA
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Program Aide
Tarzana, California
Polaris Teen Center
Tarzana, CA
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Connecticut


Director of Development
Norwalk, Connecticut
Triangle Community Center
Norwalk, CT
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District of Columbia


All Children - All Families Assistant
Washington, District of Columbia
Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC
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Associate Video Producer
Washington, District of Columbia
Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC
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Federal Club Assistant
Washington, District of Columbia
Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC
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HIV & Health Equity Program Coordinator
Washington, District of Columbia
Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC
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Youth Fellow for Drop in Programs
Washington, District of Columbia
SMYAL
Washington, DC
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Youth Fellow for Education and Leadership Programs
Washington, District of Columbia
SMYAL
Washington, DC
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Florida


Fulfillment Coordinator
Florida
IGLTA
Fort Lauderdale, FL
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HIV Testing & Linkage Specialist
Lake Worth Beach, Florida
Compass - GLCC of Palm Beach County
Lake Worth, FL
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Facilities Assistant - Full Time
Wilton Manors, Florida
Pride Center at Equality Park
Wilton Manors, FL
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Marketing and Communications Manager
Wilton Manors, Florida
Pride Center at Equality Park
Wilton Manors, FL
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Office Operations Specialist
Wilton Manors, Florida
Pride Center at Equality Park
Wilton Manors, FL
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Indiana


Development Manager
South Bend, Indiana
The LGBTQ Center
South Bend, IN
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Missouri


Manager of Public Policy and Advocacy
Missouri
PROMO
St. Louis, MO
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Nevada


Transgender Program Manager
Las Vegas, Nevada
Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Southern Nevada
Las Vegas, NV
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New Jersey


Program and Development Coordinator
Chatham, New Jersey
Sam & Devorah Foundation for Trans Youth
Chatham, NJ
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Deputy Director/Chief Operations Officer
Newark, New Jersey
The American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey
Newark, NJ
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Finance Director
Newark, New Jersey
The American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey
Newark, NJ
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People, Benefits, and Culture Manager
Newark, New Jersey
The American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey
Newark, NJ
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New York


Enough Is Enough (EIE) Campus Projects Director
Albany, New York
New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Albany, NY
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Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) Outreach Director
Albany, New York
New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Albany, NY
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Public Policy Director
Albany, New York
New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Albany, NY
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PROGRAM ASSOCIATE
Brooklyn, New York
Diaspora Community Services
Brooklyn, NY
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Director of Policy
New York, New York
Point Source Youth
New York, NY
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Vice President, Programs
New York, New York
Point Source Youth
New York, NY
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Director of Development
NEW YORK, New York
OutRight Action International
NEW YORK, NY
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Director of Research
New York, NY or Washington, DC or Berkeley, CA, New York
National Employment Law Project
New York, NY
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Development Associate
New York, Washington, or Berkeley, New York
National Employment Law Project
New York, NY
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Pennsylvania


Major Events Manager
Allentown, Pennsylvania
Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center
Allentown, PA
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Utah


Cheif Clinical Officer
Salt Lake City, Utah
Utah Pride Center
Salt Lake City, UT
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Chief Development Officer
Salt Lake City, Utah
Utah Pride Center
Salt Lake City, UT
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Community Engagement Director
Salt Lake City, Utah
Utah Pride Center
Salt Lake City, UT
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Director of Suicide Prevention & Community Education
Salt Lake City, Utah
Utah Pride Center
Salt Lake City, UT
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Vermont


Health Justice Organizer
Brattleboro, Vermont
Out in the Open
Brattleboro, VT
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GSA Network Coordinator
Burlington, Vermont
Outright Vermont
Burlington, VT
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Health and Wellness Program Director
Burlington, Vermont
Pride Center of Vermont
Burlington, VT
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Virginia


Executive Director, Equality Virginia
Richmond, Virginia
Equality Virginia
Richmond, VA
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Washington


Program Assistant
Washington
Panorama Global
Seattle, WA
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Vice President, People & Culture
Washington
Panorama Global
Seattle, WA
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Vice President, Programs
Washington
Panorama Global
Seattle, WA
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Program Officer
Washington
Panorama Strategy
Seattle, WA
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Grants Program Officer
Washington
Pride Foundation
SEATTLE, WA
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Program Manager (POND Housing & Workforce)

Phoenix, Arizona

Is remote? No


one-n-ten
Phoenix, AZ

Website: https://onenten.org/

Posted: November 3, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Careers Office
Email: careers@onenten.org

Link to posting: https://onenten.org/employment/

Job Description

TITLE:                                    Program Manager

DEPARTMENT:                    POND Housing & Workforce

REPORTS TO:                      Deputy Director

SALARY RANGE:                 Band Level 3 - $45,000-$55,000, Exempt

DEADLINE TO APPLY:        OPEN UNTIL FILLED

 

JOB SUMMARY & ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS / RESPONSIBILITIES / DUTIES

The POND Program Manager is responsible for managing the day-to-day operation, implementation and success of one∙n∙ten’s POND housing and workforce programs, including evaluating programs, ensuring best practice, and supporting program expansion. POND Housing is a supportive Rapid Re-Housing program designed to provide short term housing solutions for LGBTQ+ and allied youth experiencing homelessness, helping them develop the skills necessary to successfully transition to independent living. The POND Workforce program is designed to assist LGBTQ+ and allied youth in gaining the skills necessary to successfully gain employment with employers that support and affirm their identities. The role manages and supports the Housing and Workforce Navigation Specialists, to ensure continued success of the programs. This role requires the POND Program Manager to excel in working both independently and with a team, building strategic partnerships and having excellent communication skills. The support and development of one∙n∙ten youth and young adults requires the POND Program Manager to have experience working with youth experiencing homelessness, a trauma informed care approach and clear, consistent boundaries.

 

KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:

Manage the day-to-day operations of the POND Housing and Workforce programs. Work collaboratively with the Deputy Director and POND Specialists to conceptualize and deliver resilience-based programs that support Arizona youth and ensure strategic alignment with annual budget and program goals.

 

  • Manage and oversee development of youth participants in the POND Housing program, including supporting Specialists in coaching youth to meet their action plans to successfully complete the program and transition to independent living
  • Manage and oversee development of youth participants in the POND Workforce program, including developing curriculum, building partnerships and supporting Specialists in coaching youth to meet their action plans to successfully complete the program
  • Supervise, train and coach full time POND program staff in the successful delivery of The ability to supervise in-person, remotely & with various forms of technology is required
  • Provide extended support to POND Navigators, which may include conducting intakes, assisting with housing referrals, facilitating programs or meetings with youth, organizing transportation,
  • Conduct regular reviews of case file notes to ensure quality of service to youth participants and ensure program efficacy
  • Lead the POND team in conducting outreach and resource navigation for youth experiencing homelessness/housing instability and providing resources for youth navigating employment opportunities
  • Develop individual housing placement plans with youth participants, including income and potential subsidy calculations
  • Monitor and modify POND Housing and workforce programs and services as they evolve and shift within organizational goals/mission and community need
  • Ensure all programmatic and organizational policies and procedures are upheld
  • Establish and enforce safe-space guidelines consistent with organizational goals/mission
  • Conduct ongoing assessments and utilize program evaluation tools for each program
  • Oversee proper record keeping and reporting, including monitoring activities and events conducted, breakdowns of daily participation figures, and notable achievements and areas for This includes working within HMIS and Salesforce regularly.
  • Build and maintain partner relationships with a special focus of engaging organizations that serve BIPOC youth to ensure the support of LGBTQ+ youth across Arizona
  • Represent the agency on the Community Councils & Task forces related to ending homelessness

KNOWLEDGE / SKILLS and ABILITIES:

Strong knowledge of homeless systems of care in Maricopa Country as well as resources and referrals for supportive programs for youth experiencing homelessness and those seeking employment opportunities

Extensive experience in positive youth development and trauma informed care-based program development & implementation

Proven experience in program development, staff management & program implementation Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

Exceptional attention to detail and proven organizational skills; ability to multi-task with confidence and meet multiple deadlines

Ability to work remotely and independently at times and as part of a highly collaborative professional team with enthusiasm and commitment.

CORE COMPETENCIES AND ABILITIES:

  • Relate to and work effectively with, youth/young adults, staff, & organizational leaders
  • Manage program budgets and develop program data and report(s) as requested
  • Demonstrate management skills, including prevention and de-escalation
  • Identify & resolve problems in a timely manner & maintain an appropriate paper trial
  • Prioritize and plan work activities, use time efficiently, set team goals and objectives, and develop realistic action plans
  • Manage and develop a team of direct staff reports
  • Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness, complete work in a timely manner, and monitor own work to ensure quality
  • Simultaneously work on multiple projects and quickly switch gears as needed
  • Adapt to changes within the workplace & during the planning and execution of programs

SCHEDULE: Exempt full-time, as needed & required by the position, including occasional night/weekend work

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/DEMANDS: Standing, walking, repetitive motions, bending, stretching and able to lift 20lbs without issue.

TRAVEL: Ability & willingness to drive your own reliable vehicle to travel to various housing sites and programs across the Valley as needed. Mileage reimbursement is available.

 

Position Qualifications

REQUIRED:

Bachelor's Degree or equivalent work experience in social services, housing or workforce sectors

Minimum of 2 years of related work experience in housing and/or workforce sectors

Significant work experience in coaching youth, developing programs for youth and working within homeless systems of care and/or workforce readiness programs

Proven management experience in coaching staff in program development & implementation to benefit diverse populations of youth and young adults

Strong computer skills required, including use of Microsoft Office

Exceptional attention to detail and organizational skills; ability to multi-task with confidence and multiple deadlines

Experience working with diverse committees

Reliable personal transportation, including current registration and insurance coverage Current Fingerprint Clearance card, or ability to obtain and maintain one

PREFFERED:

Bilingual in English and Spanish, pay differential available based on proven fluency Proficiency in Salesforce and HMIS systems

Experience working with LGBTQ+ and BIPOC youth in a programmatic setting

 

DISCLAIMER:

The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. It is not designed to contain, or to be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications & objectives required of employees assigned to this job.

INSTRUCTIONS – HOW TO APPLY

A complete application contains the following items:

  • A cover letter, not to exceed one page
  • A comprehensive resume
  • Contact information for three current professional
  1. Items should be saved together in one PDF (.pdf) or Word document (.doc or .docx), and saved with a file name in the following format: LastnamePPMapplication.pdf or doc or LastnamePPMapplication.docx
  2. Applicants who are unable to meet file format requirements should contact the one•n•ten offices at least three days in advance of the deadline at 602-400-2601.

 Complete applications should be attached to an email message with “PPM Submission” in the subject line, and sent to: careers@onenten.org

Applications will not be accepted through any other means.

Applicants can expect to receive a confirmation within 2 business days indicating that an application has been successfully received.

Application Submission Deadline: Open Until Filled

one•n•ten is an EOE/ADA Reasonable Accommodation Employer.

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Executive Assistant

Berkeley or Washington, DC, California

Is remote? No


National Employment Law Project
New York, NY

Website: http://www.nelp.org

Posted: November 12, 2021

Contact Information

Phone: 2122853025

Link to posting: https://www.nelp.org/job/executive-assistant-3/

Job Description

The National Employment Law Project (NELP) seeks a detail-oriented, highly organized, and dynamic Executive Assistant committed to getting results. You thrive working with mission-focused colleagues and are excited to enhance daily workflow and strengthen organizational effectiveness centered in racial equity. You will provide high-level administrative support to two executive team members, the Chief of Programs and Chief of Strategy, who oversee the management of all program areas, including strategy, planning, implementation, and evaluation. This is an extraordinary opportunity to leverage your talent and join a team that ensures progressive and impactful worker-driven policies are at the forefront of worker rights in the U.S. labor market.

Who We Are

Founded in 1969, the nonprofit National Employment Law Project (NELP) is a leading advocacy organization with the mission to build a just and inclusive economy where all workers have expansive rights and thrive in good jobs. Together with local, state, and national partners, NELP advances its mission through transformative legal and policy solutions, research, capacity building, and communications. Our victories over the last decade have impacted the lives of an estimated 100 million workers and their families. We lead and collaborate in fights for higher pay and just benefits, secure and safe jobs, and support at each stage in a worker’s life. We build worker power and we challenge rules that allow corporate harm and undue power. We are transforming precarious work by raising the floor so that every job is a good job and everyone who wants a job can have one. Together over the next decade, we will build Black, immigrant worker power and advance transformative solutions to achieve racial and economic justice. For more information, read our annual reports and explore our website: www.nelp.org 

NELP has a team of 45 staff people based across offices in New York City, Washington D.C., and Berkeley, CA, with a 12-person Board of Directors, an annual budget of $14M, and hundreds of partners in the field with whom we work to further our mission.

What You Will Do

You will provide administrative support by working closely with two skilled, committed executive team members: the Chief of Programs and the Chief of Strategy. Your work will also include partnering or liaising with the leadership, finance, development, program, and strategy teams. As the Chiefs’ assistant, you will interface directly with staff, the public, allies, and other stakeholders on their behalf. Your responsibilities will include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Manage complex calendars for chiefs, such as scheduling and prioritizing meetings for chiefs; and calendaring, tracking, and monitoring key deadlines and tasks.
  • Manage confidential documents, correspondence and preparing for or attending meetings requiring a high degree of sensitivity and attention to privacy.
  • Manage and track communications by drafting, proofing, and disseminating routine correspondences from the chiefs; and managing post-meeting follow-up communication and action items.
  • Provide direct administrative support for the chiefs by managing their key contacts, expenses, reimbursements, travel, electronic files, and manage research documents.
  • Assist with programmatic administrative support related to hiring; processing, managing, and ensuring accuracy of financial items such as regrants and/or contributions to partners, team expenses, and vendor payments; and tracking contracts.
  • Support increasing the organization’s impact by monitoring and maintaining our workplan tool (Airtable), providing weekly reports, and by monitoring and tracking partner events.
  • Prepare for in-person and virtual meetings, including organizing and coordinating program and strategy leadership meetings (e.g., conducting background research, preparing summaries, coordinating invitations, logistics, production of materials in PowerPoint or other collateral, attending, creating notes or reports, and identifying next steps).
  • Engage in special projects and events as needed.
  • Provide office management support.
  • Actively contribute to NELP becoming an anti-racist organization that reflects and embodies our values.

Who You Are

  • You have at least three years’ relevant administrative, office management, or executive assistant experience with the knowledge of what is needed to support senior or executive staff; preference for experience in a non-profit, labor, or academic environment.
  • You enjoy creating more efficient systems and processes to ensure all operations run smoothly; you are highly detail-oriented, have excellent organizational skills, and have a demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects.
  • You are scrupulous about respecting confidentiality in your role representing executive team members.
  • You excel at prioritizing competing projects and needs, handle matters expeditiously, proactively, and follow through on projects to successful completion.
  • You have strong people skills and are an excellent communicator; you create high-quality written products, which are error-free, clear, and well-organized; you excel at copyediting.
  • You embrace technology. You have mastered Microsoft Office365 applications and Zoom. You enjoy learning new tools to become more effective and efficient. In addition, familiarity with Salesforce, Box, and Airtable is a plus, but not required.
  • You are committed to building your racial equity competencies and you are continuously learning, reflecting, and growing.
  • You are self-aware, curious, and respectful with strong interpersonal skills fostering a sense of purpose and community and have high standards for holding yourself and others accountable.
  • You operate with a commitment to excellence, integrity, diplomacy, and camaraderie.

Start Date, Location, Compensation and Benefits:  In response to the pandemic, all staff are currently working remotely and are not traveling. When conditions are amenable, the position will require some travel. Candidates must be able to work from the Berkeley, California, or Washington D.C. office at the point that we return to working in the office. The remote start date will be as soon as possible. The salary range for an executive assistant with five years’ relevant experience and a degree, depending upon level of education attainment, is $71,900-$78,100. Compensation also includes an excellent comprehensive benefits package, including full coverage of family health insurance, a medical reimbursement plan, generous vacation and sick leave, contribution from employer to a retirement plan, and student loan repayment assistance for qualifying participants.

To apply: Go to our online application system at https://nationalemploymentlawproject.applytojob.com/apply/oY9o7f3DcD/Executive-Assistant to  submit a cover letter and resume. If you have questions regarding this announcement, please forward those to nelp@nelp.org, noting “Executive Assistant” in the subject line. No phone calls or other email inquiries please. We will consider applications on a rolling basis. Applications due by December 1, 2021.

NELP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and an equal opportunity, fair chance, affirmative action employer, committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce.  All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, prior record of arrest or conviction, citizenship status, current employment status, or caregiver status.   

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Executive Director

Corte Madera, California

Is remote? No


The Spahr Center
Corte Madera, CA

Website: http://www.thespahrcenter.org

Posted: October 13, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Kevin Chase, Managing Partner
Email: kevin@kevinchasesearch.com

Link to posting: https://kevinchasesearch.com/wp-content/uploads/20...

Job Description

Based in Corte Madera (about 25 minutes north of San Francisco), Spahr Center is the result of the merger, in 2014, of the Marin AIDS Project (est. 1982) and Spectrum LGBTQ Center (est. 1984). Spahr Center provides programs, services, and support to Marin’s LGBTQ+ community and to people in the county living with or at risk of HIV/AIDS.

More about the organization, position, and candidate profile can be found here: Executive Director: The Spahr Center. (Also available at kevinchasesearch.com/current-searches/)

The Spahr Center has an annual operating budget of around $2.2 million, representing a more than doubling of revenue in the past couple of years. The new E.D. will step into and organization that is financially sound and where opportunities for growth in both HIV and LGBTQ+ programming abound. Spahr Center also has fairly recently completed five-year strategic plan that was created with lots of input from community partners and broad range of stakeholders.

The position requires a proven organizational leader with vision, energy, and a personal connection to LGBTQ+ and/or HIV communities, as well as the ability grow and scale a community-based, nonprofit organization. The ideal Candidate Profile is someone with a transparent and inclusive leadership style and the ability to motivate and inspire multiple constituencies, as well as an intersectional lens and commitment to equity and inclusion.

Required skill sets include:

* Leadership and Strategy

* Fundraising

* Financial Management

* Building, Devellping, and Supporting Diverse Teams

* External Relations/Community Building

* Organizational Development (systems, processes, policies, people)

* A Strong Diversity & Inclusion Orientation

The successful candidate for this position will follow a well-liked and respected leader who is retiring after several years of growth, progress, and healing at Spahr Center. Board and staff are looking for a similarly dynamic and transformational leader with the skills, charisma, and lived experience/ professional perspective to steward the organization through a new phase of growth and evolution.

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Associate Clinician

Fairfield, California

Is remote? No


Solano Pride Center
Fairfield, CA

Website: http://www.solanopride.org

Posted: December 1, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Jonathan Cook, Executive Director
Email: jonathan@solanopride.org
Phone: 707-200-7916

Job Description

POSITION: Associate Clinician
REPORTS TO: Clinical Director
STATUS: Non-exempt, Part-Time .2 FTE
COMPENSATION: DOE $20-22 per hour
BENEFITS: Paid Holidays, Sick, Vacation and Professional Development Opportunities
LOCATION: Fairfield, CA (Solano County)


JOB SUMMARY:
The Center is on a rapid growth trajectory and we are looking for an exceptional Associate Clinician to add to our growing clinical program. This is a part time position that reports to the Clinical Director.


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1) Provide therapy for children/adolescents and adults with mild to moderate behavioral health issues needing brief therapeutic intervention.
2) Provide case management services for children/adolescents and adults; including working with our case manager to provide linkage of services for clients
3) Conduct psychosocial assessments of clients and update when needed.
4) Participate in weekly clinical supervision and/or didactic trainings with our designated clinical supervisor.
5) Participate in multidisciplinary treatment team meeting to discuss psychosocial assessment, treatment planning, and ongoing discharge planning.
6) Develop effective treatment plans that apply therapeutic/case management principles appropriately while ensuring client safety at all times.
7) Communicate and/or aid family members in understanding and supporting their loved one who is a client and may need additional support in their home environment.
8) Manage caseload and provide chart documentation in a timely manner.


REQUIREMENTS, QUALIFICATIONS, AND EXPERIENCE:
1) Passion for the Center’s mission and working to support the mental health needs of LGBTQ people.
2) BA required; MA preferred
3) ACSW or AMFT candidates desired
4) Access to reliable automobile transportation with a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance is required. This position will require travel throughout the Solano County region.
5) Offer of employment may be contingent on satisfactory results of a criminal history background check and employees must be legally permitted to work in the United States.
6) The person in this position may be required to sit or stand for extended periods, move objects up to 25 pounds, ascend/descend stairs, operate office equipment, open and close filing cabinets and boxes, observe visitors, and communicate messages and tone by telephone.
7) Experience working with the LGBTQ+ community and familiarity with issues of particular relevance to LGBTQ+ people including a demonstrated ability to work effectively with people of diverse races, ethnicities, nationalities, sexual orientations, gender identities, socio-economic backgrounds, religions, ages, English-speaking abilities, immigration status, and physical abilities in an intersectional environment.
8) Ability to speak/read/write/translate in languages other than English is a plus.
This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change, or new ones may be assigned at any time with or without notice.


ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION:
Solano Pride Center provides services for LGBTQ youth, seniors, people living with HIV/AIDS, providing counseling and case management services, and advocating for our community.


EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:
Solano Pride Center is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. People of Color, women, persons with disabilities, and persons who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or intersex are encouraged to apply. The Center maintains a policy of non-discrimination with respect to employees and applicants for employment. No aspect of employment will be influenced in any matter by race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, physical disability (including HIV or AIDS), medical/mental condition, perceived physical disability or veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by statute. LGBTQ and/or BIPOC candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.


TO APPLY:
Email a cover letter and resume as attachments to jonathan@solanopride.org with the position title in the subject line. For more information visit solanopride.org. No phone calls please.

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The Planning Council, Chief Executive Officer

Palm Springs, California

Is remote? Yes


McCormack+Kristel
Palm Springs, CA

Website: http://mccormackkristel.com

Posted: October 14, 2021

Contact Information

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

Link to posting: https://www.mccormackkristel.com/the-planning-council-chief-executive-officer/

Job Description

The Client

Since 1941, the Planning Council (TPC) has been a leader in transforming ideas and dreams – supplemented by good information and data – into reality. Through consulting, creative partnerships, diligent research, and expert planning, TPC delivers comprehensive solutions and services to communities, organizations, and individuals in Southeastern Virginia, Western Tidewater, Virginia and Maryland Eastern Shore, Northeastern North Carolina, Northern Virginia, and the District of Columbia. For more than 80 years, TPC has been improving quality of life and building stronger communities.

 

TPC’s expertise in community needs assessments, research and evaluation, and strategic planning has resulted in expanded access to affordable healthcare, the formation of model programs for senior care and childcare, expansion of mental and behavioral health services, and the establishment of a regional foodbank. In partnership with local governments and businesses, nonprofit agencies, and the faith-based community, TPC works for the betterment of the most vulnerable populations.

 

Supplementing its core convening, planning, and assessment work, TPC also administers and executes contracts with government agencies, public authorities, and private foundations. Last year, TPC administered $8.2 million in federal and state funds to provide healthy daycare meals to 205,288 children. Through the U.S. Navy Respite Care Program, they coordinated in-home respite care for 465 active-duty military families with children.

 

In addition to facilitating $7 million for HUD-funded programs and serving as the regional administrator of the Continuum of Care (CoC), last year, TPC coordinated nearly $16 million of emergency funding for homeless services across Southeastern Virginia. As the lead agency for the CoC, TPC is responsible for managing the local Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), a HUD-mandated data collection and reporting system.

 

Headquartered in Norfolk, The Planning Council is governed by a 23-person Board of Directors and operates with a $13 million annual budget and 38 staff.

 

For more information, please visit: https://www.theplanningcouncil.org/

 

Mission, Vision and Values

The Planning Council envisions a community where all members contribute to a successful today and an extraordinary tomorrow. Their mission is to identify community needs, connect people with solutions, and improve lives. The organization’s core values are grounded in a passion for equity, opportunity, and dignity for all. Key characteristics driving TPC’s success are commitments to continuous learning, empathy, curiosity, equity, meaningful relationships, quality products and finding solutions.

 

The Opportunity

This is an extraordinary opportunity for a transformational leader to craft a radically progressive strategy to create and enhance supportive programs for diverse communities. Pervasive and growing inequities that have increased demands on human service providers, have also created space for innovative planning and management. The need to develop and enhance services and to determine how and where programs are delivered has amplified the need for rigorous data collection and analysis, strategic planning, and regional collaboration. With increased institutional and government investment in community-based organizations, the opportunity for a visionary leader to leverage TPC’s expertise to inform the expansion of services and facilitate connections has never been greater. 

 

The Position

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Chief Executive Officer will evaluate the organization’s programs, assess community needs, and develop a strategic vision for TPC to effectively support the region’s entire population. The CEO will represent the agency across the region developing and maintaining effective relationships with elected and government officials, and nonprofit, business, and community leaders. The CEO will be responsible for upholding the community’s trust and ensuring the organization’s fiscal health. Essential responsibilities of the position include:

 

Strategy and Vison

  • Review the organization’s 2019 (pre-pandemic) strategic plan and analyze within the context of the current social and economic climate, and funding environment;
  • Conduct a needs assessment to ensure programs and services are meeting community demands;
  • In collaboration with the board, update strategic goals and objectives;
  • Evaluate the agency’s programs, core competencies, human and fiscal resources; adapt and enhance as needed to increase impact.

 

Leadership

  • Inspire, motivate, and lead a team of diverse, talented and dedicated staff through a period of community assessment, program evaluation, and goal and outcome setting;
  • Lead by example to foster a culture of inclusion, transparency and accountability and ensure organizational cohesion;
  • Recruit, retain, and develop a competent, diverse and qualified team to manage programs, contracts, compliance, and fiscal functions;
  • Leverage the expertise of diverse community contacts, and institutional knowledge of the board; partner with and engage them in process of change management by providing timely updates, critical information, and analysis.

 

Fundraising and Fiscal Management

  • Review the existing business model, identify opportunities to increase efficiencies and diversify revenue streams;
  • Lead business development efforts to expand partnerships and secure new contracts;
  • Manage the development of budgets and related program and staffing plans that support the organization’s updated strategic goals;
  • Ensure adequate resources to build internal operational capacity, to apply technological solutions in meeting human service needs, and to deliver actionable data to providers in the community and region.

 

Community Engagement

  • Serve as the organization’s primary spokesperson representing TPC in public, in the media, and at community, regional and state events;
  • Manage effective relationships with business, government, and nonprofit leaders across TPC’s entire service area;
  • Establish strong partnerships built on a foundation of equity, trust, reliability, and open communication;
  • Convene diverse leaders, partners, and influencers to brainstorm ideas, align strategies, and deliver access to funding;
  • Foster diverse collaborations to identify needs, mobilize resources, and positively impact communities.

 

Branding and Marketing

  • In partnership with the board and staff, define the organization’s purpose, distinguishing characteristics, and unique value-add;
  • Oversee the development of messaging for use by all internal stakeholders and for dissemination across all platforms;
  • Manage effective marketing to ensure cohesive messaging and consistent branding internally.

 

Professional Requirements

The Planning Council is seeking an entrepreneurial change agent with extensive strategic and business planning experience. The successful candidate will have a deep understanding of the critical role that planning plays in developing healthy, thriving communities and a deep appreciation for the importance of rigorous data collection and analysis in the creation and enhancement of human services. The new CEO will have the following:

 

  • Executive or senior leadership experience with a human service agency, regional planning entity or consulting organization. Nonprofit CEO experience is ideal;
  • Demonstrated ability to relate to individuals of diverse racial, ethnic, religious, sexual orientation, generational, and socioeconomic backgrounds;
  • Change management experience including a track-record of success in leading organizational assessments and transformations;
  • Expertise creating and implementing strategic plans, including experience developing business and staffing plans to advance strategic goals;
  • Prior experience developing, refining, and positioning brands, including an understanding of marketing principles;
  • Experience overseeing government contract execution and compliance;
  • Strong analytical skills with knowledge of data collection best practices, metric and outcomes-based analysis, and evidence-based program evaluation;
  • Innovative approach to assessing organizational capacity, evaluating programs, identifying gaps, and building new models;
  • Understanding of homeless services, including HUD’s Continuum of Care program;
  • Understanding of children’s services, including the myriad compliance requirements required of childcare providers;
  • Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree preferred.

 

Personal Characteristics

We are seeking a visionary leader who is enthusiastic about developing and executing strategy and working collaboratively to increase organizational impact. The selected candidate sees challenges as opportunities and is committed to creating real change in the world. Purpose, planning, and partnership will be key drivers of success for The Planning Council’s next CEO. The ideal candidate will have:

 

  • An approachable, collaborative, and transparent leadership style;
  • A strong commitment to upholding the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion in every level of management, strategy, and relationships;
  • Exceptional interpersonal and communications skills including active listening and public speaking ability;
  • Strong relationship-building skills including a track record of success in convening experts and fostering collaborations;
  • Enthusiasm for sourcing solutions and building systems that advance communities;
  • Patience and tenacity to develop projects that take years to come to fruition.

 

Compensation

Our client is offering a competitive salary, commensurate with the experience and qualifications of the selected candidate, and an excellent benefits package including 100% employer paid health, dental, and vision insurance, a 403(b) retirement plan, and generous PTO and holiday policies. Reimbursement toward basic relocation expenses will be considered for the exceptional individual they are seeking.

 

Location

Located in Southeastern Virginia and Northeastern North Carolina, where the Chesapeake Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean, the historically rich region of coastal Virginia is influenced by vast shipping and fishing industries. Home to the world’s largest naval base and several universities, the region includes the Virginia Stage Company, Virginia Symphony, Norfolk Botanical Garden, the Virginia Zoo, and Chrysler Art Museum. Southeastern Virginia encompasses seven cities including Norfolk, Newport News and Virginia Beach offering a variety of urban, suburban and waterfront communities. Long, warm summers and mild winters provide ample time for residents to enjoy waterside festivals, fishing, biking, and boating. With an abundance of fresh seafood, vibrant arts and entertainment scene, easy access to white sand beaches and an enduring sense of Southern Hospitality it’s no wonder four Southeastern Virginia cities, including Norfolk, made WalletHub’s list "2018 Happiest Places to Live."

 

The city of Norfolk, home to The Planning Council, is one of the nation’s fastest-growing ports, a destination for world-class cuisine and the center of a thriving arts community. The city has a population of 245,000 and a median home price of $207,000.

 

With below average crime and high-performing schools, it’s easy to see why Travel+Leisure named Norfolk  "Favorite American City for 2018."

   

What’s it like to live in Southeastern Virginia?!

https://realestate.usnews.com/places/virginia/virginia-beach

 

https://www.forrent.com/find/VA/metro-Hampton+Roads

 

Contact

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

 

Michelle Kristel, Managing Partner

Bryan Epps, Consultant

McCormack+Kristel

1740 Broadway, 15th Floor

New York, NY 10019

Phone: 212.531.5003 | Fax: 212.203.9599        

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

 

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

 

McCormack+Kristel works only with equal opportunity employers. The Planning Council is committed to providing equal employment opportunity to all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, ancestry, creed, national origin, citizenship, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, including lactation, disability, military or veteran status, gender identity, sexual stereotyping, sexual orientation, genetic information, familial or marital status, or any other characteristic made unlawful by state or federal laws. Equal employment opportunity will be extended to all persons in all aspects of the employment relationship, including, but not limited to, recruitment, hiring, testing, selection, compensation, benefits, training and development, promotion, transfer, termination, layoff, recall, educational, recreational and social programs, discipline, and corrective action programs. As part of their commitment to equal employment opportunity, The Planning Council prohibits acts of harassment or discrimination in the workplace.

 

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Executive Vice President

San Francisco, California

Is remote? No


Hopelab
San Francisco, CA

Website: https://www.hopelab.org

Posted: October 14, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Brian Rodriguez, Director, People & Culture

Link to posting: https://www.on-ramps.com/jobs/2420

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Donor Engagement Associate or Manager

San Francisco, California

Is remote? No


National Center for Lesbian Rights
Fremont, CA

Website: http://www.nclrights.org

Posted: November 4, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Maxie Bee, Office Manager
Phone: 4153651334

Link to posting: https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=4120253

Job Description

November 2021
Title: Donor Engagement Associate or Manager
Department: Development
Status: Full-Time, Non-Exempt Position: $28-33 per hour (D.O.E.)
Location: San Francisco, CA

Position Description

NCLR is an LGBTQ civil rights organization working at the intersection of gender, racial and economic justice.

This is an opportunity to work closely with a committed donor base and community and a passionate and dedicated team that values humor, hard work, and justice. The Donor Engagement Associate reports to the Director of Philanthropy and is responsible for overseeing all aspects of NCLR's annual fund program, including direct mail and online giving, sustainers and workplace giving. Additionally, the Donor Engagement Associate will work with the entire development team on events, donor outreach, and creative models for fundraising growth and cultivation. This position works closely with the Associate Director of Philanthropy, Philanthropy Coordinator, and Database Administrator to ensure success in NCLR's major donor program and annual giving program. This position requires travel.

This is a full-time, non-exempt (hourly) position. NCLR is working remotely at this time and we anticipate being back in our San Francisco office in early 2022.

 

Key Responsibilities

  • Engage with donors and investors by building relationships, communications outreach, personal touches and opportunities for involvement. For example, develop a 12-month schedule for donor outreach including email, direct mail, events and regular donor engagement points and make regular calls to thank our donors for their support of our work.
  • Play a key team role in creating an annual donor outreach plan, including digital, direct mail, social media, events and cultivation opportunities. For example, plan a Give OUT Day campaign for social media and email, using client stories to demonstrate the lift changing work of NCLR.
  • Oversee all administrative aspects of identification, cultivation, solicitation, recognition and stewardship of all individual non-Anniversary Circle donors (major donors), including Impact Club (monthly donors), workplace giving and legacy donors.
  • In collaboration with outside direct marketing consultants, manage the planning and implementation of all annual direct mail.
  • Create email campaigns, engagement and outreach and thank you experiences for donors.
  • Use internal data to analyze, evaluate and prepare reports on progress and success of individual giving against annual goals.
  • Ensure related donor information and fundraising activities are accurately recorded in the organization's donor database (Raiser's Edge NXT) in a timely manner.

 

Working with NCLR's Development Team

Fundraising is only part of what we do - the Development Team has a prominent role in how NCLR presents itself to the community, to our donors, to our movement and our allies. We are a fast-paced team interested in creative collaborations. We have the unique opportunity to connect with the individuals who support NCLR's work every day. All members of the Development Team have an active role in relationship building with our supporters. Last year, NCLR welcomed our new Executive Director, Imani Rupert-Gordon, to lead the organization into this next chapter. Under her leadership, NCLR is pushing our work further in the direction of equity. NCLR turns 45 in the year ahead, and we have big plans for celebrating this milestone. We are getting creative about connecting with our donors, meeting and reaching new donors, telling our story and cultivating resources to support our movement for LGBTQ justice. Joining the Development Team means you are interested in stretching the possibilities, that you see fundraising as a vital part of an organization's sustainability and that you share our vision of LGTBQ justice through an intersectional feminist lens rooted in equity.

 

Wages and Benefits

This is a full time, non-exempt position with an hourly wage range of $28-33 per hour. Travel time is paid at San Francisco minimum wage (currently $16.32 per hour). Excellent benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance with a low-cost share for employees, including generous coverage of reproductive healthcare and transition-related care services; vacation and holidays; eligibility to participate in a 401(k) plan; short-term and long-term disability insurance; life insurance; flexible spending pre-tax plans for qualified medical and child daycare expenses; and commuter pre-tax benefits.

 

Qualifications

  • 3-6 years of experience planning and management of fund development programs.
  • Strong creative skills. Writing skills are a plus.
  • Knowledge of online giving, marketing, social media and website content management systems.
  • Comfort with databases such as Raiser’s Edge and/or equivalent systems preferred.
  • Strong understanding of nonprofit development and donor relations.
  • Passion for social justice and a belief in the importance of philanthropic partnerships.
  • A demonstrated awareness of and commitment to intersectional advocacy and broader social justice issues, including racial and economic justice, feminism, reproductive justice, and an understanding of the multiple communities NCLR represents.
  • Knowledge of and interest in trends and changing landscape in philanthropy.
  • Excellent project management skills; able to balance multiple competing priorities.
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail required.
  • Resourceful.
  • Excellent communication skills; diplomatic.
  • Ability to maintain a healthy sense of humor in a fast-paced environment.
  • A team player who is willing to take on additional duties and responsibilities as needed.
  • Willingness to travel and to work alternative hours on occasion.

 

EOE Statement

NCLR is an equal opportunity employer. NCLR is committed to providing a work environment free of harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and disrespectful or other unprofessional conduct based on sex, sex stereotype, race, color, creed, gender, gender identity, gender expression, religion, marital status, registered domestic partner status, age, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, sexual orientation, weight, height, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic or status protected by federal, state, or local law. This policy applies to all employment practices including hiring, benefits, promotions, training, disciplinary action, and termination.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

The National Center for Lesbian Rights affirmatively values diversity and seeks to hire staff that reflects the diversity of our communities. Transgender people, non-binary people, intersex people, people of color, formerly incarcerated people, and people with disabilities are particularly encouraged to apply.

NCLR provides reasonable accommodations for the application, interview, or any other aspect of the employee selection process to applicants with disabilities. Please email ebrogden@nclrights.org to request an accommodation.  

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Immigration Project Associate

San Francisco, California

Is remote? No


National Center for Lesbian Rights
Fremont, CA

Website: http://www.nclrights.org

Posted: November 12, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Maxie Bee, Office Manager
Phone: 4153651334

Link to posting: https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=4133402

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Community Day Services Navigator - PT

San Francisco, California

Is remote? No


Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center
San Francisco, CA

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

Posted: December 1, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Fermin Muro, Psy.D., Director of Human Resources
Email: HR@openhousesf.org
Phone: (415) 296-8995 x310

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

Job Description

Community Day Services Navigator

On-Site in San Francisco, California, United States | Openhouse | Part-time; 20 hrs

OPENHOUSE: Founded in 1998, Openhouse enables LGBTQ seniors to overcome the unique challenges they face as they age by providing LGBTQ-welcoming housing, high-impact direct services, and innovative community programs. Openhouse reduces isolation and empowers LGBTQ seniors to improve their overall health, well-being, and economic security. As the initiator of the movement to meet the needs of LGBTQ older adults in San Francisco, Openhouse is a dynamic and entrepreneurial organization on the leading edge of this growing field at the local, state, and national levels. Openhouse believes in manifesting opportunities with, and not just for, LGBTQ+ seniors to build and reconnect with community by providing housing, direct services and community programs. At Openhouse, we do more than just find housing for LGBTQ+ seniors. Our role is to show that we support our community elders and to demonstrate that support with action

POSITION TITLE: Community Day Services Navigator (CDS Navigator

POSITION SUMMARY: Openhouse seeks a compassionate and engaging CDS Navigator with experience engaging older adults and working within communities that are intersectionally diverse. The purpose of the Openhouse + On Lok Community Day Services program seeks to address the significant barriers the aging LGBTQ community experience as they access care and services in the greater San Francisco/Bay Area. This role will support LGBTQ seniors by taking on the day to day functions at the Openhouse + On Lok Community Day Services. Openhouse and On Lok have joined forces to co-design a community-based adult day program with and for the LGBTQ community. The CDS offers a safe and life-affirming space where clients can be themselves, engage with the community, and find services to maintain their wellness and empower their independence. The ideal candidate embodies an understanding of equity versus equality, is comfortable supporting the program’s activities with intentional and engaging LGBTQ centered activities, and knowledge of the culture and experiences of the LGBQ, aging, Black, POC, and transgender/gender-nonconforming communities.

The CDS Navigator supports the Director of Strategic Partnerships with developing programs and activities to support client cognitive function and general wellbeing and pleasure. The CDS Navigator will help create, plan, and execute these activities, and measure client satisfaction through assessments and evaluations.

In this time of COVID, Openhouse + On Lok Community Day Services is even more critical to our mission of increasing access to LGBTQ-aging affirming services, reducing social isolation, increasing community connectedness for LGBTQ seniors, and support our mission in ensuring LGBTQ seniors can age with dignity and safely at home, within their communities. The most successful CDS Navigator is an individual who proactively brings their love for working with seniors and a positive “we can do this” attitude to work and who thrives in an ever-evolving (e.g. COVID), generative work environment.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Ideally, this person will have experience as a creator, musician, performer, or storyteller and has some understanding of aging needs and how therapeutic activities improve the quality of life of LGBTQ+ seniors in the San Francisco Bay Area. This person will have the opportunity of working for the Openhouse + On Lok Community Day Services – it’s a first-of-its-kind adult day program for and by the LGBTQ+ community. All candidates must be committed to racial and gender equity, justice, inclusion, and eliminating ageism in our communities. In addition, the following types of experience and qualifications are highly desired:

  1. Program Development and Support
    • Under the direction of the Director of Strategic Partnerships and Training and the On Lok Activity Therapist, the candidate will conduct and coordinate scheduled activities daily.
    • Support the Activity Therapist in modeling behavior and engagement for participants who may have diagnoses of mild cognitive impairment, Alzheimer’s, or some form of dementia.
    • Support the Activity Therapist in the preparation of the monthly calendar, coordinating with Openhouse programs team to ensure Openhouse events and programs are seamlessly embedded into the CDS calendar.
    • Support the Activity Therapist with outings, ensuring participants remain safe and have a stimulating experience.
    • Ensure the CDS program continuous to offer LGBTQ+ centered programming that is life-affirming, engaging, stimulating, and improves the quality of life of isolated seniors that Openhouse serves.
  2. Community Organization Outreach and Relationship Development
    • Coordinate with the Openhouse Volunteer Coordinator to maximize program potential and continuously provide highly engaging and queer centered programming.
    • Facilitate relationships with other LGBTQ organizations in San Francisco, promoting intergenerational programs and including our CDS participants on the variety of programs offered city-wide.
    • Participate in special events in partnership with On Lok in regard to the CDS program
    • Assess participant’s social activity preferences
  3. Other Expectations
    • Avid learner who takes initiative to anticipate opportunities and challenges and who has a problem-solver mindset
    • Strong interpersonal skills, exemplifies cultural humility when delivering and receiving constructive feedback from supervisors, colleagues, and constituents.
    • Enjoys conducting outreach and follow-up by phone as a primary outreach method for engaging older adults with limited access to technology
    • Excited to learn and use emerging online platforms to conduct activities
    • Sensitivity to and knowledge of the unique life experiences, challenges, and strengths of LGBTQ community members. 
    • Ability to translate the life experiences and skills of LGBTQ older adults and successfully illustrate them in presentations and trainings.
    • Committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and ability to recognize and affirm that LGBTQ older adults live at intersections of race, ethnicity, class, culture, HIV status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, spirituality, and ability.
    • Coverage of the front desk for 30 minutes a day to offer relief for the full-time receptionist on site daily.
    • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Strategic Partnerships and Training or required by temporary or short-term staffing shortages.

SKILLS:

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

COMPENSATION:

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

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

TO APPLY:

E-mail cover letter and resume detailing your qualifications and interest in the position to HR@openhousesf.org.

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

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Data Coordinator

San Francisco, California

Is remote? No


Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center
San Francisco, CA

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

Posted: November 15, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Fermin Muro, Psy.D., Director of Human Resources
Email: HR@openhousesf.org
Phone: (415) 296-8995 x310

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

Job Description

POSITION TITLE: Data Coordinator

Openhouse seeks a highly organized and detail-oriented Full-Time (0.75 FTE) Data Coordinator to enter data into a variety of databases, coordinate with staff and managers to ensure data are complete, non-duplicative and accurate; run reports to ensure deliverables and compliance with government funding requirements; provide quality assurance including coordination of QA process across programs, and in coordination with managers and directors; provide technical assistance in order to support managers and directors in analyzing data to measure programmatic impact; provide trainings for all staff on data systems as necessary.

ABOUT OPENHOUSE:

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

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

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Organize, maintain, and coordinate the input of program related data in relevant databases; Organize, support, and maintain weekly community member calls program; Provide support for the organization, collection, and entry of community member registrations, updated annually
  • Support in the organization and maintenance of data collecting systems across the agency
  • Create and present reports in alignment with public and private funding requirements
  • Collaborate with other staff, supervisors, managers, and directors when necessary
  • Provide training and support for staff utilizing data systems across the agency
  • Participate in team meetings and staff trainings as part of a dynamic staff who provides direct services

EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS / HARD SKILLS

Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, and PowerPoint), Adobe Acrobat, Google Docs, Apps and Social Media web platforms, as well as advanced proficiency in Excel are required; but all candidates with the following types of experience and qualifications will be considered:

  • At least two years of experience in data management and quality assurance
  • Excellent proofreading / data cleaning skills
  • Proven ability to handle confidential information with discretion, be adaptable to various competing demands, and demonstrate the highest level of customer/client service and response
  • Experience with integrated and cloud-based data systems
  • Acute attention to detail / ability to analyze and effectively organize incoming data
  • Must be able to incorporate feedback into data collection and presentation

EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS / SOFT SKILLS

  • Able to multi-task and shift priorities quickly
  • Excellent attention to detail; observant
  • Familiarity with HIPAA Compliance Protocol is desired
  • Patience and flexibility with different learning styles; ability to teach individuals who are not “tech savvy” how to use databases is preferred
  • Experience working with interdisciplinary teams as well as an ability to work independently
  • Must be able to effectively communicate lack of clarity and questions around instructions for data collection and reporting requests
  • Able to recognize and affirm—and/or willingness to learn—that LGBTQ older adults live at intersections of race, ethnicity, class, culture, HIV status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, spirituality, and ability
  • Understanding of—and commitment to—social justice, and a desire to support and advance a personal, as well as an organizational, culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Active, informed, and engaged participation in Openhouse’s intentional trainings in anti-oppression and anti-racism work

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS REQUIRED

Physical skills and ability to perform work that requires sitting, walking, stooping, bending and lifting to 35 pounds.

COMPENSATION 

Openhouse offers a dynamic, vibrant, collaborative and supportive work environment.  We are committed to equity in compensation with salary ranges commensurate with experience and centered around the 50th percentile for nonprofits in San Francisco.  Exceptional benefits are optimal and include: 100% paid Health, Dental, Vision, LTD, EAP; a 401(k) with Match; and substantial holiday and PTO policies.  This is a full-time position, (1.0 FTE) non-exempt position. However, we are open to exceptional candidates who are looking for part-time work. 

TO APPLY

E-mail cover letter and resume to HR@openhousesf.org. No phone calls please. 

Openhouse is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate against qualified applicants or employees with respect to any terms or conditions of employment on account of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, creed, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, pregnancy, childbirth or related condition, citizenship, military service status, or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law or local ordinance. When necessary, Openhouse will reasonably accommodate employees and applicants with known physical or mental disabilities or medical conditions if the person is otherwise qualified to safely perform all of the essential functions of the position.

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Major Gifts Officer

San Francisco, California

Is remote? No


Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center
San Francisco, CA

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

Posted: November 17, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Fermin Muro, Psy.D., Director of Human Resources
Email: HR@openhousesf.org
Phone: (415) 296-8995 x310

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

Job Description

Position Title: Major Gifts Officer

Openhouse is seeking a Major Gifts Officer with experience and proven success as a non-profit fundraiser and who understands how a fully funded organization can better serve and support LGBTQ seniors to overcome the unique challenges they face as they age. 

Organization: Founded in 1998, Openhouse empowers LGBTQ seniors to overcome the unique challenges they face as they age by providing LGBTQ-welcoming housing, high-impact direct services, and innovative community programs. Our work reduces isolation and empowers LGBTQ seniors to improve their overall health, well-being, and economic security. We are a dynamic and entrepreneurial organization with a budget in excess of $3,500,000 and are on the leading edge of the growing field of aging services for LGBTQ elders at the local, state, and national levels. 

Position summary: The ideal candidate is a proven fundraiser with demonstrated success at planning and executing a major gifts and planned giving program, as well as a, deep understanding of donor relations, development analytics and strong verbal and written skills. The Major Gifts Officer is a member of the Mission Engagement Team and reports directly to the Executive Director. The Major Gifts Officer is responsible for developing strategies for the cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of donors with special focus on five figure and multi-year gifts. This position has direct impact on the organization’s reputation among partners and community members, and impacts our financial and operational performance.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Grow the number of large donations through development and implementation of individual major donor plan.
  • Develop an Openhouse planned giving program, set realistic 12-month, three year and five year goals.
  • Enroll and support the Board of Directors and senior leadership in cultivation and stewardship of major gift donors and prospects.
  • Collaborate and coordinate with the marketing team, Mission Engagement Committee and other program staff to coordinate communication priorities, themes, styles and goals for pipeline development.
  • Participate in departmental portfolio review and maintain an organized system for donor stewardship.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Basic job qualifications, knowledge and skills:

  • Knowledge and experience of segmentation of donor lists, development of major gifts campaign, knowledge of planned giving programs and using development analytics to assess success, challenges and opportunities for growth.
  • A passion for the work of Openhouse and our mission.
  • Demonstrated experience, success, and progressive responsibility in fundraising with a minimum of five-years of experience.
  • High level of discretion and ethical approach to fundraising.
  • Has required skills and experience on core competencies including excellent written skills, experience in asking and securing donations of $2,500 or more.
  • Experience working with and motivating Board of Directors and other high-level volunteers with donor cultivation and fundraising.
  • Proficiency in development software such as Donor Perfect, Microsoft Office Suite, and other computer skills, as required.
  • Valid driver’s license & insurance and/or reliable transportation required for out of-office travel as required by the position.
  • Fluency in English. Demonstrated excellence in writing and editing.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to speak on the phone and face-to-face, be able to hear average audible conversation and receive ordinary information. The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, sit and reach with hands and arm, requiring finger dexterity for typing and frequently repetitive motions using wrists, hands, and fingers. The employee must occasionally perform medium work, which may require stooping and exerting up to 35 pounds of force lifting, carrying, and or packing resources. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and distance vision.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

COMPENSATION: Openhouse offers competitive salary and a range of benefits including health care, retirement and PTO. We actively seek diversity in our staff. We are searching for candidates of color, from the LGBTQ community, and individuals who identify on any part of the incredibly rich gender spectrum. Systemic inequities in hiring have caused women, people of color, LGBTQ folks, and others to apply to jobs only if they meet 100% of the qualifications, we encourage you to apply as no one ever meets 100% of the qualifications. We look forward to your application.

TO APPLY: E-mail cover letter, resume and relevant work product detailing your qualifications and interest in the position to HR@openhousesf.org

Openhouse provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

Women, people of color, transgender people, and people with disabilities encouraged to apply. Pursuant to SF Fair Chance Ordinance, we consider qualified applicants with arrest/conviction records.

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Manager of Community Support Services

San Francisco, California

Is remote? No


Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center
San Francisco, CA

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

Posted: November 12, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Fermin Muro, Psy.D., Director of Human Resources
Email: HR@openhouse-sf.org
Phone: (415) 296-8995 x310

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

Job Description

Manager of Community Support Services (LGBTQ)

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

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

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

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

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

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

EXPERIENCE:

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

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

SKILLS:

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

COMPENSATION:

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

TO APPLY:

E-mail cover letter and resume detailing your qualifications and interest in the positon to HR@openhouse-sf.org or mail to 65 Laguna St., San Francisco, CA. 94102. No phone calls please.

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

 

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Marketing Manager

San Francisco, California

Is remote? No


Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center
San Francisco, CA

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

Posted: November 17, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Fermin Muro, Psy.D., Director of Human Resources
Email: HR@openhousesf.org
Phone: (415) 296-8995 x310

Job Description

Position Title: Marketing Manager

Openhouse is seeking a Marketing Manager with experience and proven success at both developing and implementing a multi-platform marketing campaign. At Openhouse, each marketing campaign is goal driven to support and increase the donor base, volunteer engagement, corporate support and connecting community members to our programs and services.

Organization: Founded in 1998, Openhouse empowers LGBTQ seniors to overcome the unique challenges they face as they age by providing LGBTQ-welcoming housing, high-impact direct services, and innovative community programs. Our work reduces isolation and empowers LGBTQ seniors to improve their overall health, well-being, and economic security. We are a dynamic and entrepreneurial organization with a budget in excess of $3,500,000 and are on the leading edge of the growing field of aging services for LGBTQ elders at the local, state, and national levels. 

Position Summary: The ideal candidate will have three to five years of non-profit or related marketing experience. We are looking for both the ability to develop a comprehensive marketing and communications plan and the ability to execute that plan with the Mission Engagement Team, which is comprised of five staff including the Executive Director. Additional skills include design and copy of collateral materials, social media acumen and ability to track and report on key performance indicators.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develop multi-platform marketing plan including: printed collaterals, internal and external messaging and social media marketing.
  • Ensure external messaging align to our mission.
  • Plan and develop annual Impact Report in partnership with the senior leadership team and Mission Engagement staff.
  • Manage and create content for communication channels including website, monthly newsletter, social media, staff meetings, philanthropy documents and donor letters.
  • Work collaboratively with staff to gather stories, videos, and photos to tell the story of our mission and work.
  • Track, measure, analyze communications trends. Complete reports as needed.
  • Create and develop a communications calendar for both external and internal communications.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Basic job qualifications, knowledge and skills:

  • Knowledge and experience developing high impact marketing and communication plan and implementation; experience in key impact indicators to evaluate successes, challenges and opportunities.
  • A passion for the work of Openhouse and our mission.
  • Team player with strong communication skills critical thinking and a problem solver.
  • Demonstrated experience, success, and progressive responsibility in marketing for non-profits or similar organization or agency with a minimum of three-years of experience.
  • Demonstarted proficiency in design of both print and social media campaigns.
  • Thorough knowledge of English grammar, punctuation, and spelling, and excellent written and oral communications skills in English and a demonstrated proficiency in proofreading and copy editing.
  • Strong organizational and planning skills and meticulous attention to detail.
  • Ability to set and meet deadlines with high-quality work independently.
  • Proficient knowledge of the MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, Powerpoint), Adobe, Issuu, Asana, and Constant Contact.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to speak on the phone and face-to-face, be able to hear average audible conversation and receive ordinary information. The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, sit and reach with hands and arm, requiring finger dexterity for typing and frequently repetitive motions using wrists, hands, and fingers. The employee must occasionally perform medium work, which may require stooping and exerting up to 35 pounds of force lifting, carrying, and or packing resources. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and distance vision.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

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

TO APPLY:

E-mail cover letter and resume detailing your qualifications and interest as well as a sample portfolio of you work in the position to HR@openhousesf.org.

Openhouse provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

Women, people of color, transgender people, and people with disabilities encouraged to apply. Pursuant to SF Fair Chance Ordinance, we consider qualified applicants with arrest/conviction records.

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Mission Engagement Specialist

San Francisco, California

Is remote? No


Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center
San Francisco, CA

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

Posted: November 12, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Fermin Muro, Psy.D., Director of Human Resources
Email: HR@openhouse-sf.org
Phone: (415) 296-8995 x310

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

Job Description

Mission Engagement Specialist

San Francisco, California, United States | Openhouse | Full-time | COVID-19 remote/onsite hybrid arrangement with expectation to be on-site full-time ASAP

Openhouse seeks a highly organized and skilled Mission Engagement Specialist to provide support for the Mission Engagement Team, which develops and implements donor engagement, institutional support, and communications.

ABOUT OPENHOUSE

Openhouse was founded in 1998 to enable lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBTQ+) seniors to overcome the unique challenges they face as they age by providing LGBTQ+-welcoming housing, high-impact direct services, and innovative community programs as well as other resources. As a result, Openhouse reduces isolation and empowers LGBTQ+ seniors to improve their overall health, well-being, and economic security.   Openhouse has grown significantly in the past five years thanks to a diverse staff that is curious and committed to resource development, which allows us to serve LGBTQ+ seniors better.

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

POSITION SUMMARY 

The Mission Engagement Specialist is a critical member of the Mission Engagement Team responsible for all aspects of donor data management, including maintenance of the donor database and prompt acknowledgement of all gifts to Openhouse.  Primarily working in donor relations and stewardship, the Mission Engagement Specialist will occasionally support marketing and communications efforts, as well as event planning and administration.

Responsibilities will involve exposure to sensitive information and require considerable use of tact, diplomacy, discretion and judgment. 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Accurately maintain the database, enter contributions, run reports, and track fundraising campaigns
  • Support donor engagement strategies and campaigns including direct mail, digital appeals, and stewardship activities
  • Develop and manage systems and procedures including database, gift acknowledgement, pledge tracking, and cash/check/credit card processing
  • Assist with communications functions like e-news and e-blasts
  • Assist with successful event execution

EXPERIENCE / HARD SKILLS 

  • Database management - preferably Donor Perfect, Raiser’s Edge or Salesforce
  • Expertise in all Microsoft Office programs, Google Suite, Mail Chimp, various event platforms and payment systems
  • Report compilation, pulling and synthesizing data for executive summaries and reporting to stakeholders.
  • Attention to detail with a sharp eye for data hygiene and tracking
  • Excellent communication skills including writing, editing and interpersonal engagement with donors, staff, board, and volunteers

 EXPERIENCE / SOFT SKILLS

  • Thrive in a dynamic and fast-moving organization that is intentionally nimble in order to meet the ever-evolving needs of our community
  • Work well as part of a team as well and be a self-motivated individual contributor who has a high value of attention to detail and data integrity
  • Be able to balance multiple priorities at once and prioritize a heavy workload
  • Have experience innovating and integrating systems
  • Understand the importance of providing support and being the glue that holds a project together
  • Be passionate about social justice and working to remove barriers and inequities
  • Have a sense of humor, an easy disposition, and a tolerance for shifting priorities

COMPENSATION

Openhouse offers a dynamic, vibrant, collaborative and supportive work environment.  We are committed to equity in compensation with salary ranges commensurate with experience and centered on the 50 percentile for nonprofits in San Francisco.  Exceptional benefits are optimal and include 100% paid Health, Dental, Vision, LTD, EAP, a 401(k) with Match, and substantial holiday and PTO policies. 

This is a full-time, (1.0 FTE) non-exempt position. However, we are open to exceptional candidates who are looking for part-time work.  

Provide cover letter and resume to HR@openhouse-sf.org.

Openhouse is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate against qualified applicants or employees with respect to any terms or conditions of employment on account of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, creed, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, pregnancy, childbirth or related condition, citizenship, military service status, or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law or local ordinance. When necessary, Openhouse will reasonably accommodate employees and applicants with known physical or mental disabilities or medical conditions if the person is otherwise qualified to perform all of the essential functions of the position safely. 

Pursuant to SF Fair Chance Ordinance, we consider qualified applicants with arrest/conviction records.

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Training & Transformation Coordinator - PT

San Francisco, California

Is remote? No


Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center
San Francisco, CA

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

Posted: December 1, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Fermin Muro, Psy.D., Director of Human Resources
Email: HR@openhousesf.org
Phone: (415) 296-8995 x310

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

Job Description

Training & Transformation Coordinator

Blended Schedule On-Site & WFH in San Francisco, California, United States | Openhouse | Part-time; 20 hrs

OPENHOUSE: Founded in 1998, Openhouse enables LGBTQ seniors to overcome the unique challenges they face as they age by providing LGBTQ-welcoming housing, high-impact direct services, and innovative community programs. Openhouse reduces isolation and empowers LGBTQ seniors to improve their overall health, well-being, and economic security. As the initiator of the movement to meet the needs of LGBTQ older adults in San Francisco, Openhouse is a dynamic and entrepreneurial organization on the leading edge of this growing field at the local, state, and national levels. Openhouse believes in manifesting opportunities with, and not just for, LGBTQ+ seniors to build and reconnect with community by providing housing, direct services and community programs. At Openhouse, we do more than just find housing for LGBTQ+ seniors. Our role is to show that we support our community elders and to demonstrate that support with action.

POSITION TITLE: Training & Transformation Coordinator (TTC)

POSITION SUMMARY: Openhouse seeks a compassionate and engaging TCC with experience engaging older adults and working within communities that are intersectionally diverse. The purpose of the Training and Transformation work at Openhouse seeks to address the significant knowledge deficit that clinicians, aging services organizations, and institutions have when providing services to the aging LGBTQ population. This role will support LGBTQ seniors by delivering high quality competency trainings to the wider community to ensure they can access services and care through organizations and facilities with dignity and without fear of persecution. The ideal candidate embodies an understanding of equity versus equality, is comfortable presenting hours long presentations from a set curriculum, knowledge of the culture and experiences of the LGBQ, aging, Black, POC, and transgender/gender-nonconforming communities.

The TTC supports the Director of Strategic Partnerships and Training with developing up-to-date curriculum relevant to collective social and clinical best practices; remaining engaged in continuing education through conferences, workshops and trainings; schedule coordination of contracted trainers to the department; and presenting trainings directly.

In this time of COVID, Openhouse Training & Transformation work is even more critical to our mission of increasing access to LGBTQ-aging affirming services, reducing social isolation, and increasing community connectedness for LGBTQ seniors. The most successful TTC is an individual who proactively brings their love for working with seniors and a positive “we can do this” attitude to work and who thrives in an ever-evolving (eg. COVID), generative work environment.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Ideally, this person will have experience in public speaking, storytelling, or theatre, and has some understanding of aging social services provision in the San Francisco Bay Area. All candidates must be committed to racial and gender equity, justice, inclusion, and eliminating ageism in our communities. In addition, the following types of experience and qualifications are highly desired:

  1. Program Development and Support
    • Supporting the development of training materials and curriculum supported in science, community experiences, and present social and political understanding.
    • Engaging in continuing educating courses through workshops, trainings, and conferences to ensure remaining up to date in the needs of the aging LGBTQ community.
    • Familiar with coordinating schedules of multiple team members in order to ensure trainings are provided on time.
    • Support partner organizations that have demonstrated a commitment to shifting their organizational culture to become more inclusive to the LGBTQ community with organization-wide trainings.
    • Perform in-person and/or virtual trainings dependent on need.
    • Maintain updated curriculum database and training records, and gather feedback from trainers and trainees after each educational session.
    • Support in the design, preparation, and ordering of educational aids and materials.
    • Experience with, or willingness to learn, different e-learning platforms and tools; such as Zoom, Canva, Prezi, and PowerPoint
  2. Community Organization Outreach and Relationship Development
    • Promote Openhouse Training and Transformation program broadly across San Francisco service organizations, businesses, government agencies, and community groups.
    • Develop relationships and cultivate collaborations in reaching training goals and maintaining Openhouse as a national leader in providing education to the unique needs of the aging LGBTQ community. 
  • Develop relationships and cultivate collaborations with staff in organizations providing housing and services to the senior community to collaborate in reaching LGBTQ communities by including Openhouse Training and Transformation in their training plans
  • Provide education about LGBTQ seniors and refer interested agencies to Openhouse + On Lok Community Day Services and On Lok PACE Program
  1. Outreach and Engagement
  • Engage LGBTQ seniors in Openhouse mission through education, information about programs and services and community building opportunities
  • Engage in supporting community engagement activities and Openhouse services as needed
  • Provide outreach and information sessions at senior service and LGBTQ organizations to engage LGBTQ seniors in Openhouse programs
  • Identifying partners that may benefit from the menu of training curriculum and conducting outreach to those organizations, increasing interest in and booking of trainings.
  1. Other Expectations
    • Avid learner who takes initiative to anticipate opportunities and challenges and who has a problem-solver mindset
    • Strong interpersonal skills, exemplifies cultural humility when delivering and receiving constructive feedback from supervisors, colleagues, and constituents.
    • Enjoys conducting outreach and follow-up by phone as a primary outreach method for engaging older adults with limited access to technology
    • Excited to learn and use emerging online platforms to conduct trainings, workshops, and panel events.
    • Sensitivity to and knowledge of the unique life experiences, challenges, and strengths of LGBTQ community members. 
    • Ability to translate the life experiences and skills of LGBTQ older adults and successfully illustrate them in presentations and trainings.
    • Committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and ability to recognize and affirm that LGBTQ older adults live at intersections of race, ethnicity, class, culture, HIV status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, spirituality, and ability.
    • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Strategic Partnerships and Training or required by temporary or short-term staffing shortages.

SKILLS:

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

COMPENSATION:

Compensation is commensurate with experience. The range is $29-$31/hourly plus benefits. Openhouse offers a benefits package including vision and dental insurance; generous paid leave; and an enjoyable, vibrant, collaborative and supportive work environment. Openhouse is committed to racial and gender diversity, and requires all staff to attend training presented by the Racial Equity Institute and Trans-Cultural Bridge. This position is eligible to participate in a 401(k) first day of the quarter following one year of service with an agency match.

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

TO APPLY:

E-mail cover letter and resume detailing your qualifications and interest in the position to HR@openhousesf.org.

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

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Trans Community Liaison

San Francisco, California

Is remote? No


Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center
San Francisco, CA

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

Posted: November 12, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Fermin Muro, Psy.D., Director of Human Resources
Email: HR@openhouse-sf.org
Phone: (415) 296-8995 x310

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

Job Description

POSITION TITLE: Trans Community Liaison

Openhouse seeks a dynamic, creative, and organized Trans Community Liaison who is a passionate advocate for trans and gender nonconforming older adults seeking high quality aging services in San Francisco Bay Area. Our Trans Community Liaison will represent Openhouse and support our program partners to improve access and quality of care for trans and gender nonconforming seniors and adults with disabilities through outreach, supportive community engagement, and community-building activities that center the needs of trans elders—the first program of its kind in the country! This position is a nonexempt, hourly part-time role (20 hours/week) that will share duties and responsibilities with another Openhouse Trans Community Liaison.

ABOUT OPENHOUSE: Founded in 1998, Openhouse helps LGBTQ seniors achieve equity in healthcare, social services, housing, and the ability to age independently in the community. Our programs build resilient networks of friends, family, caregivers, and volunteers; increase access to LGBTQ-welcoming service providers; and promote health, well-being, adequate nutrition, and early access to care. These programs help build the social connections, opportunities for civic engagement, and personal empowerment that ensure healthy aging for LGBTQ seniors, the majority of whom do not have children and immediate family members to provide this kind of critical support.
Openhouse actively seeks diversity in its staff, and we invite applications from people from a variety of backgrounds. We are searching for candidates of color, candidates in the LGBTQ community, and candidates who identify personally at any part of the incredibly rich gender spectrum. Systemic inequities in hiring have caused women, people of color, LBTQIA+ folks, and others to apply to jobs only if they meet 100% of the qualifications. Openhouse encourages you to break that statistic and apply, as no one ever meets 100% of the qualifications. We look forward to your application.
Openhouse programs include Volunteer Friendly Visitors, housing assistance and education, care coordination, and peer-led support groups to ensure that LGBTQ seniors have the resources, information and support they need. In addition, Openhouse’s Community Engagement (CEP) and Wellness Programs offer over 100 hours of dynamic programming every month that bring LGBTQ seniors together to promote social interaction, community-building, health and wellness, and civic engagement.

POSITION SUMMARY: The Trans Community Liaison is responsible for providing programmatic oversight and ongoing support, outreach and recruitment, and accessibility to social services for TGNC older adults age 50+and adults with disabilities. Working closely with collaborative partners (SFCHC, TGI Justice Project, St. James Infirmary), the Trans Community Liaison is responsible for the execution of Openhouse’s TGNC programs and outreach to improve the health and well-being of trans elders and adults with disabilities in our community. This position reports to the Manager of Community Engagement Programs.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1. Program Support
• Work collaboratively with SFCHC, TGI Justice Project, St. James Infirmary and Openhouse senior leadership to support person-centered, TGNC culturally responsive programming to ensure a safer, inclusive and welcoming environment for TGNC older adults and adults with disabilities in San Francisco Bay Area;
• Ensure food, participant incentives, venue rental costs, and transportation coordination and logistics for the weekly TGNC Senior Support Group, biweekly 50+ & Fabulous Trans Support Group, Monthly Sunday Celebration Dinners, quarterly outings, annual TGNC Education Panel, Leadership Academy, Digital Story Workshop, and other TGNC-specific programming at Openhouse;
• In partnership with manager, support Openhouse-led programming within partnership programming;
• Support community members enrolled in SFCHC, TGIJP, St. James Infirmary programs through warm handoffs to trans-affirming health and social services;
• Support and participate in the TGNC Advisory Board meetings and program celebration events.
2. Outreach/Liaise and Engage TGNC Seniors in Services
• Engage TGNC seniors in Openhouse mission through education, information about programs and services and community-building opportunities;
• Conduct outreach that will include phone calls, emails, in-person dialogue, and announcements in newsletters to reach potential TGNC participants and service providers about Openhouse TGNC program;
• Ensure proper level of support to TGNC seniors and adults with disabilities new to Openhouse to ensure barriers are addressed to future engagement and service connection, with short-term practical support and referrals to longer term support services when available;
• Engage in supporting community engagement activities and Openhouse services as needed;
• Refer interested community members to collaborative partner TGNC senior programs;
• Provide and elicit community member feedback about partnership programs and help continue to make improvements in program delivery and services over time.
3. Community Organization Outreach and Relationship Development
• Promote Openhouse TGNC programs and services broadly across San Francisco service organizations, businesses, government agencies and community groups;
• Work with Openhouse staff to provide education and information about partnership programs and assist them in referring potential community members for enrollment;
• Provide outreach and information sessions at senior service and LGBTQ organizations to engage TGNC seniors in Openhouse programs;
• Develop relationships and cultivate collaborations with staff in organizations providing housing and social services to the LGBTQ community to collaborate in reaching trans and gender nonconforming seniors within those spaces.
4. Program Compliance
• Collect Openhouse registration forms and enroll participants into TGNC programming; ensure and monitor accuracy of units of services data and reporting requirements for project.

5. Other Duties as Assigned by the Manager of Community Engagement or required by temporary or short-term staffing shortages.

6. IDEAL EXPERIENCE: Experience working with or being a member of the trans and gender nonconforming older adults is ideal; but all candidates who have the following type of experience and qualifications will be considered:
1. Experience working with older LGBTQ adults or equivalent experience working with other populations with unique socialization and service needs.
2. Sensitivity to and knowledge of the unique life experiences, challenges, and strengths of LGBTQ community members.
3. Experience working with older adults or equivalent experience working with other populations with unique socialization and service needs including but not limited to dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, behavioral health, caregiver wellness, etc.
4. Minimum of 2 years of experience with administrative responsibilities.
5. Excellent inter-personal and time management skills.
6. Commitment to diversity and able to recognize and affirm that LGBTQ older adults live at intersections of race, ethnicity, class, culture, HIV status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, spirituality, and ability.
7. Familiar with organizing grassroots community campaigns is highly valued.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Excellent communication skills.
• Experience working with trans and gender nonconforming seniors and adults with disabilities is highly valued.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED TO PERFORM ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite (specifically Word, Excel, Powerpoint) and the problem-solving skills and the ability to prioritize multiple tasks.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS REQUIRED:
Physical skills and ability to perform work that requires sitting, walking, stooping, bending and lifting up to 35 pounds.

COMPENSATION:
Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience. Pay rate Is $22-$25/hr and the position includes dental, vision, Long-Term Disability, and Employee Assistance Program (EAP) benefits, and paid time off. On the first day of the quarter following one year of service, this position Is eligible to participate in a 401(k) with agency match. Openhouse offers an enjoyable, vibrant, collaborative and supportive work environment. Openhouse is committed to racial and gender diversity and offers staff training presented by the Racial Equity Institute and Transcultural Bridge.

TO APPLY:
E-mail cover letter and resume detailing your qualifications and interest in the positon to HR@openhouse-sf.org or mail to 65 Laguna St., San Francisco, CA. 94102. No phone calls please.
Openhouse provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
Transgender, gender nonconforming, women, people of color, and people with disabilities encouraged to apply.

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Trans Community Liaison

San Francisco, California

Is remote? No


Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center
San Francisco, CA

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

Posted: November 10, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Fermin Muro, Psy.D., HR Generalist
Email: FMuro@openhousesf.org
Phone: (415) 296-8995 x310

Job Description

POSITION TITLE: Trans Community Liaison

Openhouse seeks a dynamic, creative, and organized Trans Community Liaison who is a passionate advocate for trans and gender-nonconforming older adults seeking high-quality aging services in San Francisco Bay Area. Our Trans Community Liaison will represent Openhouse and support our program partners to improve access and quality of care for trans and gender-nonconforming seniors and adults with disabilities through outreach, supportive community engagement, and community-building activities that center the needs of trans elders—the first program of its kind in the country!

This position is a non-exempt, hourly part-time role (20 hours/week) that will share duties and responsibilities with another Openhouse Trans Community Liaison.

ABOUT OPENHOUSE: Founded in 1998, Openhouse helps LGBTQ seniors achieve equity in healthcare, social services, housing, and the ability to age independently in the community. Our programs build resilient networks of friends, family, caregivers, and volunteers; increase access to LGBTQ-welcoming service providers; and promote health, well-being, adequate nutrition, and early access to care. These programs help build the social connections, opportunities for civic engagement, and personal empowerment that ensure healthy aging for LGBTQ seniors, the majority of whom do not have children and immediate family members to provide this kind of critical support.

Openhouse actively seeks diversity in its staff, and we invite applications from people from a variety of backgrounds. We are searching for candidates of color, candidates in the LGBTQ community, and candidates who identify personally at any part of the incredibly rich gender spectrum. Systemic inequities in hiring have caused women, people of color, LBTQIA+ folks, and others to apply to jobs only if they meet 100% of the qualifications. Openhouse encourages you to break that statistic and apply, as no one ever meets 100% of the qualifications. We look forward to your application.
Openhouse programs include Volunteer Friendly Visitors, housing assistance and education, care coordination, and peer-led support groups to ensure that LGBTQ seniors have the resources, information, and support they need. In addition, Openhouse’s Community Engagement (CEP) and Wellness Programs offer over 100 hours of dynamic programming every month that bring LGBTQ seniors together to promote social interaction, community-building, health and wellness, and civic engagement.

POSITION SUMMARY: The Trans Community Liaison is responsible for providing programmatic oversight and ongoing support, outreach and recruitment, and accessibility to social services for TGNC older adults age 50+and adults with disabilities. Working closely with collaborative partners (SFCHC, TGI Justice Project, St. James Infirmary), the Trans Community Liaison is responsible for the execution of Openhouse’s TGNC programs and outreach to improve the health and well-being of trans elders and adults with disabilities in our community. This position reports to the Manager of Community Engagement Programs.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

1. Program Support
• Work collaboratively with SFCHC, TGI Justice Project, St. James Infirmary, and Openhouse senior leadership to support person-centered, TGNC culturally responsive programming to ensure a safer, inclusive and welcoming environment for TGNC older adults and adults with disabilities in San Francisco Bay Area;
• Ensure food, participant incentives, venue rental costs, and transportation coordination and logistics for the weekly TGNC Senior Support Group, biweekly 50+ & Fabulous Trans Support Group, Monthly Sunday Celebration Dinners, quarterly outings, annual TGNC Education Panel, Leadership Academy, Digital Story Workshop, and other TGNC-specific programming at Openhouse;
• In partnership with the manager, support Openhouse-led programming within partnership programming;
• Support community members enrolled in SFCHC, TGIJP, St. James Infirmary programs through warm handoffs to trans-affirming health and social services;
• Support and participate in the TGNC Advisory Board meetings and program celebration events.

2. Outreach/Liaise and Engage TGNC Seniors in Services
• Engage TGNC seniors in Openhouse mission through education, information about programs and services and community-building opportunities;
• Conduct outreach that will include phone calls, emails, in-person dialogue, and announcements in newsletters to reach potential TGNC participants and service providers about Openhouse TGNC program;
• Ensure proper level of support to TGNC seniors and adults with disabilities new to Openhouse to ensure barriers are addressed to future engagement and service connection, with short-term practical support and referrals to longer-term support services when available;
• Engage in supporting community engagement activities and Openhouse services as needed;
• Refer interested community members to collaborative partner TGNC senior programs;
• Provide and elicit community member feedback about partnership programs and help continue to make improvements in program delivery and services over time.

3. Community Organization Outreach and Relationship Development
• Promote Openhouse TGNC programs and services broadly across San Francisco service organizations, businesses, government agencies, and community groups;
• Work with Openhouse staff to provide education and information about partnership programs and assist them in referring potential community members for enrollment;
• Provide outreach and information sessions at senior service and LGBTQ organizations to engage TGNC seniors in Openhouse programs;
• Develop relationships and cultivate collaborations with staff in organizations providing housing and social services to the LGBTQ community to collaborate in reaching trans and gender-nonconforming seniors within those spaces.

4. Program Compliance
• Collect Openhouse registration forms and enroll participants into TGNC programming; ensure and monitor accuracy of units of services data and reporting requirements for project.

IV. Other Duties as Assigned by the Manager of Community Engagement or required by temporary or short-term staffing shortages.

V. IDEAL EXPERIENCE: Experience working with or being a member of the trans and gender-nonconforming older adults is ideal, but all candidates who have the following type of experience and qualifications will be considered:
1. Experience working with older LGBTQ adults or equivalent experience working with other populations with unique socialization and service needs.
2. Sensitivity to and knowledge of the unique life experiences, challenges, and strengths of LGBTQ community members.
3. Experience working with older adults or equivalent experience working with other populations with unique socialization and service needs including but not limited to dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, behavioral health, caregiver wellness, etc.
4. Minimum of 2 years of experience with administrative responsibilities.
5. Excellent interpersonal and time management skills.
6. Commitment to diversity and able to recognize and affirm that LGBTQ older adults live at intersections of race, ethnicity, class, culture, HIV status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, spirituality, and ability.
7. Familiar with organizing grassroots community campaigns is highly valued.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• Excellent communication skills.
• Experience working with trans and gender-nonconforming seniors and adults with disabilities is highly valued.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED TO PERFORM ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite (specifically Word, Excel, Powerpoint) and the problem-solving skills and the ability to prioritize multiple tasks.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS REQUIRED:

Physical skills and ability to perform work that requires sitting, walking, stooping, bending, and lifting up to 35 pounds.

COMPENSATION:

Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience. The pay rate Is $22-$25/hr and the position includes dental, vision, Long-Term Disability, and Employee Assistance Program (EAP) benefits, and paid time off. On the first day of the quarter following one year of service, this position Is eligible to participate in a 401(k) with agency match.

Openhouse offers an enjoyable, vibrant, collaborative and supportive work environment. Openhouse is committed to racial and gender diversity and offers staff training presented by the Racial Equity Institute and Transcultural Bridge.

TO APPLY:

E-mail cover letter and resume detailing your qualifications and interest in the position to info@openhouse-sf.org or mail to 65 Laguna St., San Francisco, CA. 94102. No phone calls, please.
Openhouse provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

Transgender, gender nonconforming, women, people of color, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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Program Aide

Tarzana, California

Is remote? No


Polaris Teen Center
Tarzana, CA

Website: http://www.polaristeen.com

Posted: November 8, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Ai Kusuhara, HR & Compliance Manager
Email: ai@polaristeen.com
Phone: 8186168650

Link to posting: https://polaristeencenter.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=28

Job Description

Polaris Teen Center is a small mental health residential treatment facility for teens, ages 13-17.

SPECIALIZATION IN LGBTQ TREATMENT: HELP FOR ALL KINDS OF PEOPLE

At Polaris, we have experts on staff specialized in meeting the specific, targeted needs of the LGBTQ+ community. Polaris recognizes the unique treatment experience of this population. We strive to create a safe space and ensure cultural humility for everyone. The Polaris team has extensive experience in supporting members of the LGBTQ+ community. Polaris fosters an environment of acceptance. This helps encourage expression of any and all identities.
 

We are currently in the process of expanding our facility and are looking for reliable, responsible, and compassionate Program Aides to assist our clients as they navigate through our program. This position is a diverse position with varied roles ranging from supervising client's safety, medication management of self administration, mentoring & engaging with clients as a support. We are a 24/7 facility, currently looking for Part Time or Full Time Program Aides. Part Time would be a minimum of 2 shifts per week with a maximum of 3 shifts per week (16-24 hours). Full time would be a minimum of 4 shifts per week but generally 5 shifts (32 hours- 40 hours +). Day shift is from 7:30am-3:30pm, Swing Shift is 3:30pm-11:30pm, Overnight shift is 11:30pm-7:30am. 

JOB DESCRIPTION

PROGRAM AIDE

Responsibilities

  • Documents observations / milieu interventions in every clients records. Coordinates milieu treatment with counseling staff (via client record, staff communication, and counseling/residential interface meeting)
  • Facilitates clients daily activities in residential component/wake-up; chore supervision; assists with meals, assists with laundry. 
  • Observes and monitors client's behavior and intervenes based on schedule, individual clients treatment plan and house needs.
  • Facilitates assigned groups/meetings/activities per program schedule
  • Documents shift log (including check in and check out as well as a summary of the shifts events). Reviews shift log and sends out the report via KIPU
  •  Transportation to and supervision of clients at community 12-step meetings, per program schedule
  • Transports clients per supervisor's directives (for court, ancillary services, etc.)
  • Ensures transportation safety by conducting van/car inspections and following safety rules
  • Supervises self-administration of client medications (only after provided with appropriate training)
  • Ensures physical safety and security by conducting regular house checks, fire drills, and disaster drills per policy and procedure.
  • Orientation of new clients to house rules
  • Conducts check-in to residence with new clients including search of items brought to facility and lock-up of contraband and medications / Complete Admission/Intake paperwork with incoming client when needed
  • One-on-one supervision of at-risk clients (ATA risk; suicidal ideation, etc.) per directive form Residential Supervisor or Program Director
  • Follows emergency procedures exactly (including following paging protocol, following directives given exactly, transportation, etc.)
  • ATA prevention; including one-on-one peer counseling, notification of assigned counselor and immediate notification (via in person or by paging) of Administrator, Program Director, Residential Supervisor
  • Conducts UA drug screen collection when directed, following appropriate procedures
  • Attend mandatory staff meeting and Training
  • Consistency with carrying out rules of the program and compassionate interaction with clients
  • Conducts all shift change
  • Resolve difficulty with clients non compliance with chores and other standard policies
  • Confirm proper coverage for each shift and informing supervisor immediately if there are discrepancies
  • Check company vehicle for cleanliness, gas and keys in proper place before shift change

Minimum requirements

  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Basic Computer skills (internet, email, and Word)
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Must have current CDL and current car insurance
  • Must be able to pass a background check

 

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Director of Development

Norwalk, Connecticut

Is remote? No


Triangle Community Center
Norwalk, CT

Website: http://www.ctpridecenter.org

Posted: November 5, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Edson Rivas, Executive Director
Phone: 2032494825

Link to posting: https://ideali.st/3rDrbb

Job Description

Since 1990 Triangle Community Center has been Fairfield County's leading provider of LGBT programming and resources to nurture growth and connection within the community. 

The Development Director is responsible for the creation and implementation of strategic plans to raise significant funds for TCC from major gifts, corporate sponsorships, special campaigns, events and grants. Duties include overseeing and managing fundraising efforts, building strong and successful relationships with donors and volunteers, and collaborating with staff to effectively execute fundraising events. 

This full-time position will report directly to the Executive Director. Its primary purpose is to diversify sources of funding for TCC and generate revenue to support rapid growth planned for the organization over the next three years. (There are no planned Capital Campaigns at this time.)


Responsibilities

  • Develop and oversee annual fundraising programs, including major gifts, corporate sponsorships, grants, events and special campaigns
  • Identify prospective individual and corporate donors and develop strategies to cultivate those relationships to generate significant revenue throughout the year
  • Report monthly/quarterly on metrics goals for Board review
  • Maintain ongoing communications with private and corporate donors
  • Research donor relation programs at local, state and federal art institutions
  • Ensure timely and accurate report deliveries to funders
  • Collaborate with staff on the management and planning of fundraising events and donor receptions
  • Collaborate with the Executive Director on major gifts and high-dollar corporate sponsorships
  • Develop print marketing collateral related to fundraising in collaboration with our advertising department
  • Supervise and lead the fundraising team

Qualifications

--Passion for serving the LGBTQ+ community

--Must be a Team player who is committed to TCC and our clients

--Bachelor’s Degree is required; Master’s degree preferred

--8+ years’ fundraising experience in a non-profit

--Critical thinking and problem solving skills

--Supervisory experience of 2+ direct reports is required

--Effective communications, including superb written and oral communication skills

--Must be a person of high moral character who abides by and models best practices in HR and finance along with best industry standards for non-profit programs, services and management

--Knowledge of and commitment to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues, and people of color

--Demonstrable, proven track record in high-dollar fundraising 

--Ability to organize and manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines; Exceptional time management

--Self-starter, extremely well organized, detail-oriented, energetic and able to handle multiple projects simultaneously

--Exceptional organizational skills and detailed-oriented

--Successful history of funding from Sponsorships, Events, Major Gifts and Grants

--Familiarity with various fundraising/donor tracking software

--Working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite

--Excellent written, interpersonal and verbal communication skills

Triangle Community Center is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from women, people of color, persons with disabilities, veterans, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals.

 

Compensation 

$65,000 to $75,000 depending on experience

Health, Dental and Vision insurance (employee contribution)

Paid Time Off

Life Insurance

Paid Holidays

 

To apply for the position please email your resume and cover letter to jobs@ctpridecenter.org and include the job title in the subject line.

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All Children - All Families Assistant

Washington, District of Columbia

Is remote? No


Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC

Website: http://hrc.org/

Posted: November 3, 2021

Contact Information

Link to posting: https://secure6.saashr.com/ta/6170001.careers?ShowJob=403093507

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 All Children - All Families (ACAF) Assistant is primarily responsible for meeting the administrative needs in support of the ACAF program. The All Children - All Families Assistant reports directly to the Director of All Children - All Families. This position requires the ability to organize and efficiently manage multiple tasks. The Assistant works closely with the Finance department to prepare and submit facilitator and consultant invoices as well as contracts and training invoices for public and private child welfare agencies. This position updates and manages multiple digital platforms that collect data from ACAF agencies providing trainings to child welfare agencies across the country.

 

Position Responsibilities:

  • Maintain multiple, up-to-date databases of records for webinars, trainings, activities, and accomplishments of the ACAF program.
  • Manage contracts and invoices in a timely manner for individual agencies through the ACAF fee-for-service training model.
  • Request and coordinate payments to trainers for the ACAF fee-for-service model.
  • Manage ACAF program consultant contracts and invoices.
  • Complete monthly corporate card reports and per diem submissions for the ACAF program.
  • Respond to requests for information, materials and assistance from ACAF staff, consultants, participating agencies and partner organizations.  
  • Perform administrative tasks such as scheduling meetings, writing/sending minutes, and more.
  • Maintain multiple online hubs of program training materials, publications and resources and ACAF program webpages on hrc.org.
  • Maintain program online survey tools.
  • Handle materials requests from staff and external stakeholders efficiently and appropriately.
  • Prepare regular data reports for staff, directors, and board members as requested.
  • Coordinate and support online meetings/events as well as on- and off-site meetings/events involving ACAF staff and project collaborators.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Position Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent work experience) with one to two years’ relevant administrative work experience in a professional environment preferred.
  • Strong work ethic, self-motivated, and the demonstrated ability to work independently and to prioritize competing tasks.
  • Exceptional attention to accuracy and detail.
  • Logical thinker with 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
  • Strong skills with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) and Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive).
  • Strong skills with Zoom Webinars and Zoom Meetings platforms preferred.
  • Experience with Qualtrics, Survey Gizmo and Salesforce preferred.
  • Strong written and verbal communications skills. Able to compose well-written and customer-service focused emails to respond to external inquiries.
  • Understanding of LGBTQ+ issues and a commitment to LGBTQ+ equality required.
  • Knowledge of and interest in children and family services preferred.

 

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

 

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

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Associate Video Producer

Washington, District of Columbia

Is remote? No


Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC

Website: http://hrc.org/

Posted: November 3, 2021

Contact Information

Link to posting: https://secure6.saashr.com/ta/6170001.careers?ShowJob=403093890

Job Description

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

     

    PLEASE NOTE: This position is based out of our Washington, D.C. office and will require the Associate Video Producer to work in the office. This position is not remote eligible. 

     

    Position Responsibilities:

    • Pre-produce, plan and execute virtual HRC events in coordination with program staff using streaming platforms like Restream, StreamYard, and other technologies.
    • Assist with video production of live HRC events post pandemic, including moving and setting up equipment, capturing and recording footage, managing livestreams of HRC live events to social media, and editing clips for social media.
    • Assist with other HRC video production including moving, setting up, and tearing down equipment, running teleprompter, or assisting crews as necessary post pandemic.
    • Produce and edit auction videos for HRC live events, once live events resume post-pandemic.
    • Edit and maintain a weekly corporate sponsor video for HRC live events, once live events resume post-pandemic.
    • Light editing of videos for internal and external stakeholders
    • Assist with the social optimization of videos, including reformatting edited videos for various social media platforms, captioning videos, and finalizing videos for rollout.
    • Manage the HRC archive of video and audio including:
    • Download and organize weekly HRC video and audio press hits, reporting on total number of downloads every week.
    • Post-production management of footage, projects and external drives from HRC producer-editors, external cinematographers and external editors.
    • Editing clips from the archive for internal and external stakeholders
    • Organizing and digitizing backlog library of HRC tapes.
    • Execute weekly reporting on video views across HRC social media platforms, and other data collection as needed.
    • Work with finance and legal teams to execute contracts and invoices for external vendors, managing payments and handling check requests.
    • Organize and maintain HRC studio and gear, working to repair broken gear with external vendors when necessary and keeping the studio clean and orderly.
    • Maintain and organize HRC social channels including channel lineups for YouTube and Facebook.
    • Other duties as assigned. 

     

    Position Requirements: 

    • Bachelor’s degree or related 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. 
    • Motivated, self-starter and team player with a can do attitude, willing to pivot on a dime. 
    • Non-traditional hours (nights and weekends) will occasionally be necessary.
    • Knowledge of current events preferred.
    • Strong interest in the rapidly changing LGBTQ+ equality movement and a working knowledge of LGBTQ+ issues. 

     

    *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.

     

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

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Federal Club Assistant

Washington, District of Columbia

Is remote? No


Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC

Website: http://hrc.org/

Posted: November 10, 2021

Contact Information

Link to posting: https://secure6.saashr.com/ta/6170001.careers?ShowJob=403094421

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 HRC Federal Club Assistant is primarily responsible for daily operations and support of the Federal Club program. Exemplary customer service is one of the key objectives of this position. The Assistant serves directly on the front line of Federal Club – reading the pulse of our members, meeting their needs and concerns by regularly interacting with them via mail, telephone and email with a critical eye towards problem solving and relationship building. The Assistant supports all aspects of the program and provides essential administrative support to the program.  

The Assistant will need to work quickly in a high-volume, fast-paced environment with a high level of accuracy, attention to detail, professionalism, organization and collaboration, as well as have the ability to handle confidential materials with discretion. The position will report to Deputy Director of Federal Club Operations. This is full-time position based in Washington, DC. 

 

Position Responsibilities

Membership Responsibilities:

  • Serve as the lead Federal Club member services representative. 
  • Coordinate overall management of Federal Club member inquiries including, but not limited to; updating member records including demographic changes, payment and pledge updates, and general inquires related to HRC and/or their membership.
  • Respond to mail, telephone, and email in a timely manner with a concentrated effort to answer phone calls live. Appropriately direct member correspondence internally within the organization when needed and confirm follow up. Record all correspondence in the member’s account.
  • Track and analyze membership communications and feedback and report any unusual trends or concerns.
  • Monitor current events that may assist with preparation of needed responses.
  • Manage weekly and monthly membership processes with careful review and timely execution. Including:
    • Welcome materials, acknowledgements of all pledges and one-time gifts including regular review of copy to ensure messaging reflects up-to-date and relevant information.
    • Billing and decline statements.
    • Calls to members regarding renewals, events.

Federal Club Operations Responsibilities:

  • Perform weekly and daily quality control checks on database updates.
  • Assist with tracking the new member recruitment efforts of Federal Club volunteers. Manage and maintain inventory and distribution of premiums for volunteers who recruit new Federal Club members.
  • Order supplies for galas, acknowledgements, and general team use. Maintain systems for inventory tracking.
  • Other administrative duties including fulfilling volunteer supply requests, information requests, arranging conference calls, photocopying/filing/record keeping/processing documents, assisting with managing email distribution lists, maintaining list agreements, assisting with maintaining rosters, and managing the shipments of materials to gala dinners.
  • Track and submit invoices to finance for payment. This may include administration of 34 operating budgets including the coordination, processing and tracking of expenses/reimbursements and invoice requests/income and other accounting functions.
  • Assist the team in continually updating procedures to ensure efficiency and accuracy of systems.
  • Serve as needed as a representative of Federal Club at various events.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Position Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent work experience) as well as one to two years of successful member relations and/or customer service a plus.
  • High level of attention to detail with large volume of data entry.
  • Excellent customer service and a proactive approach toward communications and problem solving. 
  • Experience with and proven skill in performing administrative duties in a professional, fast-paced environment. 
  • Up-to-date, accurate record-keeping, well organized, detail-oriented, goal-driven and able to prioritize and manage multiple assignments/tasks in a positive, timely manner in a fast-paced environment. 
  • Experience and ability to work well under pressure with high-level volunteers, board members and staff as a team player with responsive and timely communication.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (Word & Excel) and Google Suite (Gmail, Calendar, Google Docs and Drive).
  • Able to exercise good judgment when responding to individuals.
  • Demonstrated strong professional ethic is required in order to deal with confidential and sensitive matters.
  • Experience with meetings or events planning a plus. 
  • Strong interest and knowledge in the rapidly changing LGBTQ+ equality movement. 

 

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

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

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HIV & Health Equity Program Coordinator

Washington, District of Columbia

Is remote? No


Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC

Website: http://hrc.org/

Posted: November 3, 2021

Contact Information

Link to posting: https://secure6.saashr.com/ta/6170001.careers?ShowJob=403093506

Job Description

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

 

Position Summary:

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

 

Position Responsibilities:

 

  • Complete monthly expense reports, reimbursements, check requests, and the annual budgeting process.

  • Schedule meetings with internal and external stakeholders.

  • Support the administrative and logistical elements of HRC’s HIV and Health  Equity Program, such as national conferences, and community engagement activities. 

  • Serve as point of contact for all vendor and consultant administrative processes. 

  • Maintain the HIV and Health Equity Program events and training calendar.

  • Respond to external emails and calls related to the HIV and Health Equity Program and HRC resources in a timely manner. 

  • Develop and regularly refresh the HIV and Health Equity Program web and social media content.

  • Assist with creating reports and program updates for members, staff, directors and board members on significant achievements or events. 

  • Conduct initial research and make recommendations on minority-serving community-based organizations. 

  • Routinely review HIV data from federal partners (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute of Health and Health and Human Services) and assist in providing recommendations for its use and dissemination. 

  • Assist in developing webinars, online, and print resources for professionals who work with youth of color.

  • Other duties as assigned. 

 

Position Qualifications:

 

  • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent work experience) with at least one to three years of relevant work experience required. Experience in HIV-related field/community outreach, and or social work and public health is strongly preferred.   

  • Strong attention to detail required.

  • Experience in youth program development and implementation.

  • Experience with HBCU sexual health data collection, analysis, and reporting preferred. 

  • Excellent organizational skills required.

  • Ability to work independently within the program and independently across the organization.

  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively in writing and interpersonally within the organization and with a wide variety of LGBTQ+ advocates and allies.  

  • Strong skills with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Publisher, and PowerPoint), Google Apps, online social networking tools, online research tools, and MailChimp.

  • When travel is safe, the ability to travel up to 20% of the time is required. This may include evening and weekend travel. 

  • Bilingual in Spanish is a plus.

  • Understanding of LGBTQ+ issues and a commitment to LGBTQ+ equality required.

 

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

 

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

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Youth Fellow for Drop in Programs

Washington, District of Columbia

Is remote? No


SMYAL
Washington, DC

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

Posted: October 15, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Jhirbron Tonge
Email: jobs@smyal.org

Link to posting: https://smyal.org/jobs/

Job Description

Youth Position! Ages 16-24

Part time, paid fellowship. 

Submissions due Oct. 29

View website for full details.

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Youth Fellow for Education and Leadership Programs

Washington, District of Columbia

Is remote? No


SMYAL
Washington, DC

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

Posted: October 15, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Ty Kitchen
Email: jobs@smyal.org

Link to posting: https://smyal.org/jobs/

Job Description

Youth Position! Ages 16-24

Part time, paid fellowship. 

Submissions due Oct. 29

View website for full details.

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Fulfillment Coordinator

Florida

Is remote? Yes


IGLTA
Fort Lauderdale, FL

Website: https://www.iglta.org/

Posted: October 26, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Kristin Gershengorn, Executive Assistant
Email: iglta@iglta.org

Job Description

The International LGBTQ+ Travel Association (IGLTA) is seeking a highly motivated, detail-oriented, customer-focused individual with excellent communication and organizational skills to join our team as Fulfillment Coordinator for our Global Partners and Convention Sponsors. This work from home position reports to the Vice President–Global Partnerships, is full-time and has the possibility for domestic and international travel, including attending mainstream and LGBTQ+ trade shows & tourism conferences. IGLTA is an internationally renowned LGBTQ+ travel brand that has been operating continuously since 1983. We are a non-profit organization based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, marketing to LGBTQ+ travelers worldwide and catering to the needs of the tourism companies that welcome them. We are adding to our operations team to better meet the needs of our growing Global Partner portfolio and the increasing number of Convention Sponsors. We aim to provide our partners and sponsors with enhanced fulfillment of their benefits by supporting their LGBTQ+ marketing efforts. The successful candidate will be primarily focused on providing activation and fulfillment support to our partners and sponsors in addition to administrative support to the Vice President – Global Partnerships. Principal job responsibility is coordination of partner/sponsor benefit fulfillment, including: collecting and reporting information on fulfillment activities; creating fulfillment reports; establishing a working relationship with our partners and sponsors by communicating via email or telephone and in-person meetings; establishing a working relationship with the VP-Global Partnerships (based in Paris, France) by regularly communicating via email, telephone and in-person meetings; working with other departments (social media, marketing, communications, membership, web development, etc.) and outside vendors (e-blasts, display advertising). In addition, there will be general administrative tasks to support the VP-Global Partnerships, the Global Partners and the Convention Sponsors. The main goal is to provide service and support to our Global Partners and Convention Sponsors, ensuring they are receiving top value for their investments, while also building a professional working relationship established on trust and respect, making sure their LGBTQ+ marketing objectives are met and that their IGLTA partnership or sponsorship benefits have been fulfilled in a timely manner. 

Qualifications and Experience

The ideal candidate:

● Has a bachelor’s degree in marketing, advertising or communications;

● Has previous experience working in corporate sponsorship creation, design, implementation, activation and fulfillment;

● Possesses excellent written and verbal communication skills;

● Is proficient with Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and digital layout/publishing software (InDesign, Pages, etc.) and online publishing platforms;

● Brings to the position excellent time management skills, outstanding organizational skills and the ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously while respecting deadlines;

● Is comfortable working virtually and in a small team environment;

● Is able to apply basic mathematics, able to calculate percentages, use and interpret formulas;

● Possesses the ability to jump from the creative side of marketing and fulfillment to the analytical side; is able to demonstrate why their ideas are analytically sound;

● Understands and is proficient in the use of social media publishing and analytical tools including FaceBook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Hootsuite, etc.;

● Is innovative and creative, thinks outside of the box and is willing to test new ideas, seek out new solutions, is a fast learner and early adopter;

● Is eager to meet and exceed objectives and willing to take on more responsibility;

● Is able to clearly communicate results to management in a fast-paced environment;

● Pays attention to details and gets the job done; is able to work autonomously;

● Must have exceptional people skills, an outgoing personality and a positive attitude, is optimistic, energetic, a self-starter and seen as a “people person”;

● Speaks fluent English plus at least one additional language. Essential Duties and Responsibilities

● Coordinate activation and fulfillment of partner and sponsor benefits; ensure that partners and sponsors are receiving top value for their investments

● Create and update routine Global Partner Fulfillment reports, Convention Sponsorship Fulfillment reports and provide these reports to partners/sponsors on a timely basis

● Coordinate fulfillment of Convention Sponsorships leading up to and during the IGLTA Global Convention, in collaboration with the VP-Global Partnerships and the Meeting Planner

● Create and update communication calendars and timelines for the various IGLTA marketing vehicles used by our partners and sponsors

● Create and monitor IGLTA social media content to promote our partners and sponsors

● Bring value to partnerships and sponsorships by helping to increase partner/sponsor visibility amongst LGBTQ+ travelers and allied travel professionals

● Participate in and contribute to strategic planning conversations that surround our partnership and sponsorship programs

How to apply for this position IGLTA is an equal opportunity organization and encourages members of the transgender and gender non-conforming community, people of color, women, and people with disabilities to apply for this position. IGLTA has a Global Operations Team with virtual offices in six countries. This position is home-based and may include some travel. It is a full-time position in a small staff “hands on” environment. If you are interested in the position, please submit your resume and cover letter to iglta@iglta.org

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HIV Testing & Linkage Specialist

Lake Worth Beach, Florida

Is remote? No


Compass - GLCC of Palm Beach County
Lake Worth, FL

Website: http://www.compassglcc.com

Posted: October 23, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Dylan Brooks, HIV Prevention and Education Program Director
Email: opportunities@compassglcc.com
Phone: 5615339699

Link to posting: https://compassglcc.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Position_-Linkage-Specialist.pdf

Job Description

Position: Linkage Specialist

Classification: Full-time exempt

Reposted: October 2021

Reports to: Director of HIV Prevention and Education

Purpose:

The Linkage Specialist will link those at high risk of HIV infection (High-Risk Negatives/HRN) and People Living with HIV (PLWH) to essential support services as needed, and link HRNs to PrEP and nPEP services where indicated. The Linkage Specialist works with HRNs through 90 days, or third follow-up appointment, after linkage, to ensure their engagement with screening and medication provision. The Linkage Specialist will also provide education, counseling, and rapid HIV testing for HRNs.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Identify and recruit target population for HIV prevention interventions, programs and services
  • Provide safe sex discussions, HIV/AIDS and STI education and risk reduction to priority populations
  • Maintain public awareness and involvement
  • Maintain knowledge of additional social and support services provided by other agencies in Palm Beach County (FLDOH Area 9)
  • Assist in HIV and STI Education sessions
  • Attend administrative and department meetings
  • Maintain knowledge of HIV/AIDS statistics for county, state, and nationwide
  • Maintain knowledge of PrEP and nPEP
  • Provide Counseling, Testing, and Linkage (CTL) services as needed (Current DOH 500 and 501 certifications will be required within the first 3 months of hire)
  • Complete data entry for high-risk clients and community events in secure databases
  • Provide support assistance to FLDOH Disease Intervention Specialist (DIS)
  • Develop and expand online directory of educated, culturally-competent medical providers prescribing PrEP/nPEP
  • Provide basic non-clinical linkage-to-care and patient navigation for individuals seeking PrEP/nPEP as a practical prevention tool
  • Coordinate and follow up with PrEP and nPEP clients for all appointments, medications, labs, etc. until the second set of lab work is complete
  • Identify and coordinate linkage services with any Person Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWH) who has fallen out of care.
  • Organize, market, and facilitate quarterly Community Town Halls on the latest PrEP research and resources.
  • Maintain documentation for all newly diagnosed HIV-positive or clients re-engaged into care
  • Work with the high risk negative population to assess their needs, develop care plans, and coordinate PrEP/nPEP-related services and linkage through advocacy, education, support, empowerment, and coaching
  • Organize the planning and deployment of a creative media plan to educate the public about HIV risk and PrEP/nPEP options. Utilize editorial content, paid advertising, PSAs, and social media platforms to raise awareness of PrEP
  • Utilize an internal referral system for internal linkage between programs and for new/incoming community members.
  • Follow up with clients for routine HIV testing for those who opt-in during rapid HIV testing sessions and track data accordingly.
  • Assist in the implementation of CDC Evidence-Based Interventions completed by the department; Social Networking Strategies and Peers Reaching Out and Modeling Intervention Strategies (PROMISE).
  • Assist in the coordination of the Entourage young adult programming at Compass
  • Complete any other tasks assigned by the HIV Prevention Director and Executive Director
  • Maintain confidentiality by securing the doors, offices, and any client-identifying information
  • Maintain client and constituent confidentiality as outlined by HIPAA and  in the employee Policies and Procedures. Confidentiality laws and policies are subject to frequent change by local, state, and federal entities. 

Requirements:

Qualifications

  • BA/BS in health education, cultural studies, human services, social services, or related field . Well documented experience in community health education development and implementation may be substituted
  • Up-to-date State certified HIV 500/501 training, can be obtained after hire
  • Attend HIV specific trainings to include PROMISE, Social Networking Strategies (SNS) 501 updates, cultural competency, and other applicable trainings
  • Knowledge of HIV/AIDS, and sensitivity to the needs and realities of people living with HIV
  • Abide by all state, health district and agency policies regarding confidentiality of patient information
  • Must be culturally competent with regards to the populations Compass serves
  • Good intrapersonal skills
  • Possesses problem-solving and decision-making abilities
  • Cooperates as a team member
  • Strong work ethic
  • Familiarity with current local, state, and national HIV/STD programs and strategies, including but not limited to "Ending the Epidemic: A Plan for Ending HIV in America," and "Ready, Set, PrEP.”
  • Must have flexibility with regard to work hours to include periodic nights and weekends and have reliable transportation.
  • Candidates having a shared identity with the population served, or stemming from personal experience, will be given strong consideration

Physical and Mobility Requirements

  • Position requires occasional travel in the local area. Must have reliable transportation.
  • Ability and willingness to participate in ongoing professional development activities to keep current on new developments in the field and to enhance skills already maintained.
  • Attend and participate in community outreach and fundraising events as requested; this will occasionally require working night and/or weekend hours.
  • Ability to be mobile throughout the day.

Benefits: Compass offers competitive wages and a generous benefits package including 100% employer-paid life, vision, dental and health insurance, and generous paid vacation and sick time.

Non-Discrimination Statement:

Compass does not discriminate against employees or clients on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, marital status, familial status, or any other characteristic protected by Federal and State law. A non-discrimination clause concerning employment opportunity is incorporated in the Employee Policy and Procedure Manual. Compass will make reasonable accommodations in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary commensurate with experience.

Apply:  Please submit a resume and cover letter telling us why you would love to join the Compass team to opportunities@compassglcc.com. No walk-ins or telephone inquiries will be accepted.

COVID-19 considerations:
All staff and visitors wear masks while in the center, and sanitation protocols have been heightened.

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Facilities Assistant - Full Time

Wilton Manors, Florida

Is remote? No


Pride Center at Equality Park
Wilton Manors, FL

Website: http://www.pridecenterflorida.org/

Posted: October 28, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Pride Center at Equality Park, Office Operations Specialist
Email: info@pridecenterflorida.org
Phone: 954-463-9005

Link to posting: https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?t=office+operations...

Job Description

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Marketing and Communications Manager

Wilton Manors, Florida

Is remote? No


Pride Center at Equality Park
Wilton Manors, FL

Website: http://www.pridecenterflorida.org/

Posted: November 14, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Pride Center at Equality Park, Office Operations Specialist
Email: officeoperations@pridecenterflorida.org
Phone: 954-463-9005

Link to posting: https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?t=marketing+and+com...

Job Description

Marketing and Communications Manager - Please Click on the link for full details for the job.  A Cover Letter is highly recommended for consideration.  The Cover Letter must address why you want to work at The Pride Center and why do you think you are the best fit for the position?

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Office Operations Specialist

Wilton Manors, Florida

Is remote? No


Pride Center at Equality Park
Wilton Manors, FL

Website: http://www.pridecenterflorida.org/

Posted: October 28, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Pride Center at Equality Park, Office Operations Specialist
Email: officeoperations@pridecenterflorida.org
Phone: 954-463-9005

Link to posting: https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?t=office+operations...

Job Description

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Development Manager

South Bend, Indiana

Is remote? No


The LGBTQ Center
South Bend, IN

Website: http://www.thelgbtqcenter.org/

Posted: October 12, 2021

Contact Information

Name: H.R. Jung, Executive Director
Email: hr@thelgbtqcenter.org
Phone: 574-234-1411

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

Job Description

The Development Manager provides support to the Executive Director and Board of Directors Development Committee in the area of fundraising including developing relationships with donors, maintaining databases, managing correspondence, scheduling and preparing for meetings, organizing events, running reports, researching and drafting funding opportunities, and representing the Center in the community.

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Manager of Public Policy and Advocacy

Missouri

Is remote? No


PROMO
St. Louis, MO

Website: https://promoonline.org/

Posted: November 22, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Shira Berkowitz, Director
Email: Shira@promoonline.org
Phone: 3146141214

Link to posting: https://promoonline.org/current-openings/

Job Description

POSITION OVERVIEW:

PROMO is Missouri’s statewide organization advocating for LGBTQ equality through legislative action, electoral politics, grassroots organizing, and community education. Through the activities of both 501(c)(4) and 501(c)(3) entities, PROMO works to educate all Missourians about the importance of LGBTQ equality and to gain equal protection under the law for all LGBTQ Missourians.

PROMO seeks a Manager of Public Policy and Advocacy to manage the organization’s Public Policy and Legislative Agenda and align it with public advocacy and community leadership. This includes short and long-term public policy and legislative goals, involving education, lobbying activities, building broad-based community support, and developing and maintaining relationships with key community stakeholders and leaders. We are hoping to hire two unique individuals to hold different issue interest areas related to LGBTQ policy, and work collectively to actively engage a diverse range of individuals and groups to build support for LGBTQ-inclusive policies and legal protections that benefit all members of the community.

Both positions are full-time and report to the Executive Director. The policy team will be comprised of these positions and PROMO’s hired lobbyists in the Capitol. The positions can be based anywhere in Missouri, although presence in Jefferson City will be require when the legislature is in session. Travel will be necessary throughout the state.

TO APPLY: Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume VIA EMAIL ONLY to apply@PROMOonline.org. Please include the position title in the subject line.  Resumes received by December 6, 2021 will be given priority consideration. Applications and job posting will remain open until the position is filled.

POSITION DESCRIPTION
Job Title: Manager of Public Policy and Advocacy
Job Term: Full-time, salaried, $48,000 - $55,000
Job Supervisor: Director
Job Location: Missouri, with in-state travel 

QUALIFICATIONS: The ideal applicant is dedicated to building broad-based support for LGBTQ equality in Missouri, with a proven track record of goal-setting and execution with other nonprofits, social service agencies, campaigns, or political organizations. Focus is on building relationships and coalitions with organizations, businesses, and communities, mobilizing activists and developing leaders, and increasing member and activist bases across the state. These efforts will align with PROMO’s short and long-term policy and legislative goals.

Applicants should have experience with non-profit organizations, social work, lobbying, organizing, campaign, or political campaigns.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Work Toward Public Policy and Legislative Goals

  1. Manage and lead policy and lobbying teams.
  2. Build relationships to be seen as a well-established and highly regarded representative for PROMO whose views are sought out and carefully considered with regard to key policymakers and influencers in local and state government.
  3. Build relationships within state-wide communities, train and advise leaders, to participate in LGBTQ advocacy efforts and campaigns
  4. Research and develop an understanding of statewide legislation and local ordinances, rules, and procedures.
  5. Monitor committee meetings, legislative action, and leadership priorities during the state legislative session as well as between sessions.
  6. With support from the Communications team, write for all public policy related communications, including creating policy positions, testimony, speeches, letters of support, etc.
  7. Collaborate with Policy Consultant to identify and leverage opportunities for institutional and administrative policy change.
  8. Advise and support municipal governments in expanding protections and inclusive administrative policies for LGBTQ employees and residents.
  9. Track and report activities to ensure compliance with state lobbying laws, including filing as a registered lobbyist for PROMO with the Missouri Ethics Commission.

Relationship and Power Building

  1. Outreach to a diverse range of individuals, communities, organizations, and groups, with an emphasis on developing and maintaining relationships and building advocacy momentum in the state.
  2. Provide intentional space for decision makers, influencers, and stakeholders to learn, grow, and evolve on LGBTQ equality.
  3. Mobilize the community networks and stakeholders to act together on a coordinated plan, both for long-term campaigns and rapid response policy/legislative needs. Be adaptable and leadable by community.
  4. Build trust and credibility with stakeholders in urban, suburban, and rural areas quickly and effectively, while understanding and being responsive to the diverse needs of each area.
  5. Represent PROMO in the community, at events, and in the media as required.

Additional Duties

  1. Track and report activities to ensure compliance with legal requirements.
  2. Support the work of the Development Manager by collaborating as needed to ensure connection and smooth functioning between events and activities.
  3. Assist in political campaigns as needed by PROMO PAC.
  4. Perform other duties as directed by the Executive Director.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  1. Commitment to justice and equality for all LGBTQ persons.
  2. Dedication to understanding and emphasizing intersectionality and racial justice within the LGBTQ movement.
  3. Demonstrated ability to anticipate, identify, organize, and analyze public policy opportunities.
  4. Ability to connect with others easily and fearlessly, communicate with strangers, listen, and be persuasive. Success at inspiring and motivating others.
  5. Ability to build trust and credibility with people of a wide range of backgrounds and beliefs, nurturing relationships and providing space for others to be vulnerable, respected, and evolve.
  6. Exceptional written and oral communication skills.
  7. Ability to maintain appropriate professional boundaries with regard to the handling of confidential information and maintain professional standards of conduct.
  8. High emotional intelligence and good judgment.
  9.  Ability to educate with patience and professionalism, even in unfamiliar and challenging situations or environments.

 PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  1. Experience in working in non-profit, lobbying, organizing, social work, campaign, or political experience
  2. Have current contacts within the state legislature and executive branch, and with potential partners and collaborators.
  3. Experience working with people who reflect the diversity of the LGBTQ community
  4. Experience securing and nurturing relationships within diverse community
  5. Knowledge of, and experience working with, various levels of local and state government
  6. Experience working with the LGBTQ community and knowledge of how policy decisions affect the lives of LGBTQ Missourians.
  7. Understanding of the importance of different roles and strategies of action within social justice movements

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS

The Executive Director will work inside an office with a collaborative, open-space set-up, as well as outdoors on occasion. There will be exposure to typical Missouri temperatures, distractions typical of a busy office environment, including loud noises. Statewide travel is frequent; national travel is expected but less often.

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job: continual walking, standing, climbing, stooping, bending, kneeling, reaching, lifting, cutting, and carrying. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Extended hours in front of a computer screen and mobile phone screen are typical. Long hours are required during peak campaigns, events, or response periods.

PROMO is a smoke-free, casual dress, fun workplace. The PROMO office environment is collaborative and flexible, in order to accommodate a strenuous campaign-based schedule. The building and office are accessible, secure, and dog-friendly.

COMPENSATION

$48,000 - $55,000 annual salary, plus comprehensive benefits including paid time off, medical, dental, life, and supplemental insurance. Opportunity to participate in IRA retirement plan with 3% employer match. Flex-time, PTO, and comp time available.

PROMO is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex or gender, sexual or affectional orientation, marital or familial status, disability, age, gender identification, health-related condition, association, or legal source of income.
http://PROMOonline.org 

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Transgender Program Manager

Las Vegas, Nevada

Is remote? No


Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Southern Nevada
Las Vegas, NV

Website: http://www.thecenterlv.com

Posted: November 24, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Mye Cohen , HR
Phone: 702-336-3019

Link to posting: https://thecenterlv.org/job/transgender-program-manager/

Job Description

Position Summary: Under the supervision of the Director of Advocacy and Training, the Transgender Program Manager is primarily responsible for the daily management and oversight of all The Center’s transgender programs and services. This position supports the advancement of The Center’s mission through strategic expansion of existing Center programs and services and the development of new initiatives to effectively address the needs of the community through increased and enhanced offerings

Key Responsibilities:

·Directly engages in planning and implementing programs and activities for the transgender community and their support systems, including maintaining current community resources for referrals and facilitating social support groups.

·Monitors all transgender activities and tracks and maintains accurate participant records, statistics ad reports.

·Collaborates with the Director of Advocacy and Training to compile statistics and narratives as needed for reports, proposals, and grants.

·Conducts outreach to groups and organizations that work with the transgender population and participates in community outreach events, such as resource fairs.

·Manages program staff (as applicable) and volunteers that support transgender programs and services.

·Assists in developing strategic programmatic responses to emerging and ongoing policy issues happening on a national level, including access to health care, economic justice, racial justice, student safety, prisoners’ rights, and immigrants’ rights.

·Responsible for identifying, developing and advancing current and new partnerships with appropriate community-based organizations and public service agencies, both locally and nationally that serve the transgender populations.

·Supports the development of educational materials for the public and community at large, including ‘know your rights’ materials and training curricula.

·Promotes The Center and its mission, transparently and accurately, at community, partner, sponsor, and donor events and through all communications with constituents and stakeholders.

·Represents The Center publicly through media appearances, public speaking engagements, newspaper interviews, radio interviews, etc.

·Interfaces with donors to educate them on the needs of the transgender community.

·Conducts and develops training on best and promising practices for working with and caring for the transgender population for various audiences such as social services providers, law enforcement and the community at-large.

·Is accountable for significantly increasing the engagement of the transgender communities in the life of The Center through their participation in programs, services, and events of the Center.

·Provides crisis intervention support for transgender individuals in need and makes referrals to community resources.

·Helps families better accept their transgender and gender diverse children through education.

·Works to change attitudes so that all people can live safely, authentically, and free from discrimination regardless of their gender identity or expression.

·Understands transgender identified people including non-binary and gender non-conforming and the entire spectrum of the individual transgender journey, immigrant experiences and needs. 

Additional Requirements:

·Works as part of a larger team across all Center programs;

·Upholds The Center’s values, mission and patron code of conduct;

·Has an understanding of and a demonstrated passion for the issues affecting the populations served by The Center;

·Demonstrated experience working with the populations served by The Center, particularly transgender individuals;

·Strong organizational skills, with a proven record of managing multiple projects and competing priorities;

·A willingness and capability to "roll up the sleeves" and work at a level of detail appropriate to the current size of the organization.

·Must be a good communicator both verbally and written.

·Ability to multi-task, prioritize and work well in a collaborative environment with multiple stakeholders.

·Must be results-oriented, a self-starter with proven concern for detail, organization, and timely follow-through.

·Must be a problem solver in order to quickly work through complex situations.

·Proficient computer skills including knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and e-mail communication;

·Demonstrated experience working in a multicultural environment where commitment to diversity based on race, ethnic origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, and physical ability is a core value.

·Ability to regularly work evenings and weekends as required.

Educational Background and Work Experience: The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 2-3 years of experience working at a community-based and/or public sector organization, have experience developing and managing programs and people (staff and volunteers). Related educational background in social work, human services, psychology, and sociology is a plus.

Compensation: Salary range between $38,000-$42,000, Health Care Benefits

Travel: Occasional 

The Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. People of color, people with disabilities, women, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, gender non-conforming and queer candidates are strongly encouraged to apply; we are committed to a diverse workplace, and to supporting our staff with ongoing career development opportunities.

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Program and Development Coordinator

Chatham, New Jersey

Is remote? Yes


Sam & Devorah Foundation for Trans Youth
Chatham, NJ

Website: http://www.samdevorah.org

Posted: October 27, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Beth Dorogusker, Board of Directors
Email: beth@samdevorah.org

Link to posting: http://www.samdevorah.org/opportunities

Job Description

Status: Part-time. Flexible hours. Will work remotely. Minimal travel post Covid-19.

Sam and Devorah Foundation encourages qualified applications from underrepresented groups and strongly encourages individuals who are transgender/nonbinary. We are an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate all candidates based on merit.

Overview
Sam & Devorah Foundation for Transgender Youth supports transgender and nonbinary youth by offering safe spaces and programs where they can connect, thrive and be empowered. We offer weekend teen retreats, leadership retreats, programs for young adults and a national e-mentoring program, Trans Mentor Project. Website: https://www.samdevorah.org.

Are you a creative thinker, action-oriented and passionate about supporting trans and nonbinary youth? As our Program and Development Coordinator you will be a key driver of our mission and have a positive impact on the lives of the youth we serve. This is a unique opportunity to develop a range of skills and be intimately involved with all of us at Sam & Devorah Foundation.

For more information and to apply got to: http://www.samdevorah.org/opportunities.

 

 

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Deputy Director/Chief Operations Officer

Newark, New Jersey

Is remote? No


The American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey
Newark, NJ

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

Posted: October 19, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Lillian Rivera, Legal Administrative Assistant
Email: careers@aclu-nj.org
Phone: 9738541717

Link to posting: https://www.aclu-nj.org/?cID=1507

Job Description

 

The American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey (ACLU-NJ) seeks a Deputy Director/Chief Operations Officer (COO). This is a new role, designed for a professional looking for a meaningful, senior level leadership opportunity in a proven, growing, and vibrant organization that makes profound differences in the lives of people across New Jersey. The ACLU-NJ takes pride in our reputation of over 60 years of fighting for the rights of all New Jerseyans. And now – with ongoing challenges to civil liberties at the national level, the increased need to develop good policy at the local level, the still-evolving impacts of the COVID crisis on civil rights, and the 400-years overdue increased awareness of the impacts of systemic racism on every American institution — is a vital time to join us and make a meaningful, positive, long-term impact on the future of New Jersey and the United States.

The Deputy Director/COO will partner with the Executive Director to lead the organization, will assist the Executive Director with the day-to-day management of the organization, and will create robust, systems and operations that will undergird and facilitate their vision. In addition to leadership, the Deputy Director/COO will serve as a trusted adviser to the Executive Director, and will be responsible for supervising the human resources, finance, administrative, technology, and operations functions of the organization, ensuring effective collaboration, systems management, and workflow. This position will report to the Executive Director and will be based in Newark but will work remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic with an expectation of returning to the office in some capacity in early 2022.

What you’ll do

  • Serve as a trusted partner and adviser to the executive director for financial, organizational, personnel, and strategic decisions and anticipating organizational needs over time.
  • Serve as a key member of the Management Team and participate in organization-wide decision-making.
  • Provide leadership and help manage organizational systems and processes.
  • Help build and sustain a culture of belonging in the organization, and with key staff, lead the ACLU-NJ’s equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging (EDIB) work.
  • Supervise the human resources, people and culture, finance, technology, and operations functions of the organization, including staff managing those functions.
  • Improve and enhance core parts of the organization, including but not limited to EDIB, human resources, people and culture, finance, cross-departmental collaboration, and governance.
  • Help further develop and oversee the finance infrastructure of the organization, including overseeing 501 c(3) and c(4) best practices and compliance, the annual budget process, the audit process, and other finance responsibilities.
  • Improve internal meeting culture, by refining meeting structures, frequency, communications, and decision-making processes, and holding staff accountable for meeting norms.
  • Work with the Management Team and key staff to ensure that the work of the ACLU-NJ is well-supported, coordinated across departments, and aligned with the strategic plan.
  • Maintain current knowledge of workplace trends, particularly in HR, people and culture, non-profit finance, management, equity, technology and operations.
  • Foster a sense of learning across the organization, and ensure regular management, equity, and other trainings for staff.
  • Help develop existing managers, ensuring they are operating at their best and continuing to improve their management skills.
  • Partner with the Executive Director to manage the relationship with the Board of Trustees.
  • In partnership with consultants and key staff, navigate and lead ongoing strategic planning processes.
  • Manage annual performance review process, including improving evaluation instruments, providing support for staff, and ensuring accountability for staff performance.
  • Assist with resource development opportunities and fundraising activities.
  • Collaborate and maintain working relationships with staff at ACLU National, particularly colleagues on the Affiliate Support and Nationwide Initiatives team on operations, HR, EDIB, finance, and related topics.
  • Occasionally represent the organization at external events and meetings, speaking engagements, and to the media as needed.
  • Other duties as needed.

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Finance Director

Newark, New Jersey

Is remote? No


The American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey
Newark, NJ

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

Posted: October 19, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Lillian Rivera
Phone: 9738541717

Link to posting: https://www.aclu-nj.org/?cID=1506

Job Description

 

The American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey (ACLU-NJ) seeks a Finance Director. This is a new role, designed for a professional looking for a meaningful opportunity in a proven, growing, and vibrant organization that makes profound differences in the lives of people across New Jersey. The ACLU-NJ takes pride in our reputation of over 60 years of fighting for the rights of all New Jerseyans. And now – with ongoing challenges to civil liberties at the national level, the increased need to develop good policy at the local level, the still-evolving impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on civil rights, and the 400-years overdue increased awareness of the impacts of systemic racism on every American institution— is a vital time to join us and make a meaningful, positive, long-term impact on the future of New Jersey and the United States.

The Finance Director will manage the finances for the organization, including but not limited to managing overall budgeting, reconciliation, and auditing functions. The Finance Director will ensure that the organization is meeting its financial potential and goals, and is responsible for the integrity of financial and accounting processes. They will also support and inform strategic budgeting and decision-making by senior leaders in the organization and the Board of Trustees. This position will report to the Deputy Director/COO and will be based in Newark but will work remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic with an expectation of returning to the office in some capacity in early 2022.

What you’ll do

  • Help lead the organizational budgeting process in collaboration with the Executive Director, Deputy Director/COO, and department directors.
  • Ensure best practices with regards to 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) structure and functions.
  • Monitor, interpret, and review financial information and predict future financial trends.
  • Work with external accountants and auditors, ensuring that sufficient accounting systems, controls, and standards are in place guaranteeing timely and accurate compliance with state and federal regulations and laws applying to nonprofit organizations.
  • Negotiate with banks for lines of credit or other financial services as required and appropriate.
  • Direct and oversee the day-to-day financial operations of the organization, including budget monitoring, supervising bookkeeping functions, and overseeing accounts payable, income accounts, and payroll.
  • Manage cash flow and prepare cash flow forecasts.
  • Help prepare grant budgets and track and prompt grant reporting, in consultation with the Development Department, Executive Director, and senior staff.
  • Develop and implement financial procedures in consultation with key staff.
  • Provide oversight of any other areas of compliance for the organization.
  • Prepare and gather all supporting materials for annual audit and tax filings.
  • Coordinate with ACLU National on the financial relationship between the state and national organizations, including but not limited to revenue reconciliation.
  • Prepare monthly financial reports and analysis for the Board of Trustees, treasurer, and key staff; keep the Executive Director and Deputy Director/COO apprised and well-informed about budget and financial matters.
  • Oversee the reconciliation of bank and investment accounts.
  • Oversee the procurement process for independent contractors.
  • Other duties as assigned.

What you’ll need

  • Significant experience in nonprofit financial management, accounting, or related field and/or a combination of experience and relevant advanced education (e.g., MBA, CPA, or masters or certification in relevant field).
  • Strong financial management skills, including experience in budget planning and implementation, and creating, reading, and analyzing financial statements.
  • Proficiency in generally accepted accounting principles and procedures and their application to accounting for nonprofit organizations.
  • Experience that demonstrates good professional judgment, including the ability to exercise discretion and responsibly handle highly confidential information such as financial statements and benefits and payroll information.
  • Proficiency with office technology and information systems, including financial and accounting software (Quickbooks or similar).
  • Strong attention to detail with exceptional organizational, analytical, and problem-solving skills and a systems-oriented working style that allows identification of problems as opportunities to generate solutions that will have an impact tomorrow and long-term.
  • Demonstrated ability to translate financial concepts and analyses clearly to those less familiar with them, in written and verbal formats.
  • Ability to stay organized and prioritize as needed to complete priorities under tight deadlines.
  • Flexibility and willingness to incorporate new tools, technology, and resources.
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work inclusively across diversity dimensions.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to communicate complex processes in a clear and concise manner.
  • Commitment to the mission and goals of the ACLU, including a demonstrated commitment to equity and racial justice.
  • Experience working in a non-profit, advocacy, or political organization is preferred.

Compensation

The salary range for this position starts at $95,000 and is negotiable, commensurate with experience. We offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits package which currently includes 16 days paid time off, 11 office holidays and 12 health care leave days; medical, vision, and dental insurance; life and long-term disability insurance; pre-tax transit benefits; and a 401(k) plan with employer match. This position is full-time, salaried, and exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

About our Culture

We are a diverse workforce and take pride in our ability to attract and retain employees with a huge array of backgrounds and experiences. We work hard, but also like to celebrate our successes.

Our organization is currently a team of 28 who care deeply about the work of the ACLU. We view our work as advancing our goals of liberty and justice for all and we work to achieve these through our approach and practices. We enjoy working together and remain inspired by the remarkable work of our amazing local and national colleagues.

 

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People, Benefits, and Culture Manager

Newark, New Jersey

Is remote? No


The American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey
Newark, NJ

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

Posted: October 19, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Lillian Rivera
Phone: 9738541717

Link to posting: https://www.aclu-nj.org/?cID=1505

Job Description

 

The American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey (ACLU-NJ) seeks a People, Benefits, and Culture Manager. This is a new role designed for a professional looking for a meaningful opportunity in a proven, growing, and vibrant organization that makes profound differences in the lives of people across New Jersey. The ACLU-NJ takes pride in our reputation of over 60 years of fighting for the rights of all New Jerseyans. And now – with ongoing challenges to civil liberties at the national level, the increased need to develop good policy at the local level, the still-evolving impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on civil rights, and the 400-years overdue increased awareness of the impacts of systemic racism on every American institution— is a vital time to join us and make a meaningful, positive, long-term impact on the future of New Jersey and the United States.

The People, Benefits & Culture Manager will help develop and lead the ACLU-NJ’s human resources function, helping build an organizational culture that promotes belonging and psychological safety. The work includes, but is not limited to, managing the organization’s equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging (EDIB) efforts, assisting with improving recruitment, hiring practices and onboarding, and addressing HR issues and staff conflicts. This position reports to the Deputy Director/COO and is based in Newark, but will work remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic with an expectation of returning to the office in some capacity in early 2022.

What you’ll do

  • Implement and oversee all people and human resources initiatives, including recruiting, compliance, performance, and employee engagement.
  • Actively develop and lead the organization’s equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging (EDIB) efforts to ensure an inclusive and psychologically safe work environment and culture for all staff.
  • Manage and administer the ACLU-NJ’s benefits program.
  • Maintain confidential personnel records.
  • With key staff members, help manage the full spectrum of the hiring process, including but not limited to:
    • Drafting job announcements and descriptions, full cycle recruiting, and managing the interview and selection process.
    • Onboarding and orienting all new hires to organizational practices and culture.
    • Offboarding, including executing exit interviews, and ensuring continuity of work.
  • Seek and develop internal and external opportunities for professional development for staff.
  • With senior leadership, work to ensure equity in compensation and benefits across the organization.
  • Help support performance management systems and career growth for staff.
  • Create, communicate, and enforce personnel policies and guidelines.
  • Serve as a subject matter expert in areas of employee relations and legal compliance, and maintain up-to-date knowledge of EDIB-related issues and best practices.
  • Provide HR counsel and mediation to address organizational needs.
  • Provide training and policy updates to colleagues on compliance and HR best practices.
  • Work with legal counsel to ensure that organization policies and practices comply with federal, state, and local laws and regulations.
  • Cultivate and monitor organizational culture of belonging.
  • Other duties as needed.

What you’ll need

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including proven dispute resolution skills.
  • Demonstrated significant experience in comprehensive HR functions, strategies and practices, including compensation, performance management, equity and inclusion, hiring, employee relations, and conflict resolution.
  • Certification (e.g., SHRM) and/or degree in HR management, organizational development, or other related field preferred.
  • Thorough understanding of federal and state employment laws and regulations, including equal employment opportunity laws, and the NJ Law Against Discrimination.
  • Passion for achieving team goals and supporting other individuals and groups.
  • Ability to thrive in an environment with an expanding work force and need for establishing organization-wide HR systems and processes.
  • Work experience that demonstrates ability to engender trust and respect, ability to exercise good judgment, exceptional degree of empathy and compassion, and ability to responsibly handle highly confidential information such as personnel records.
  • Demonstrated ability to create an equitable, diverse and inclusive work environment that fosters a culture of belonging, collaboration, and teamwork.
  • Detail-oriented with the ability to analyze data to guide personnel planning.
  • Unwavering commitment to the mission and goals of the ACLU, including a demonstrated commitment to equity and racial justice.
  • Experience working in a non-profit, advocacy, or political organization is preferred.

Compensation

The salary range for this position starts at $84,000 and is negotiable, commensurate with experience. We offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits package which currently includes 16 days paid time off, 11 office holidays and 12 health care leave days; medical, vision, and dental insurance; life and long-term disability insurance; pre-tax transit benefits; and a 401(k) plan with employer match. This position is full-time, salaried, and exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

About our Culture

We are a diverse workforce and take pride in our ability to attract and retain employees with a huge array of backgrounds and experiences. We work hard, but also like to celebrate our successes.

Our organization is currently a team of 28 who care deeply about the work of the ACLU. We view our work as advancing our goals of liberty and justice for all and we work to achieve these through our approach and practices. We enjoy working together and remain inspired by the remarkable work of our amazing local and national colleagues.

 

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Enough Is Enough (EIE) Campus Projects Director

Albany, New York

Is remote? No


New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Albany, NY

Website: http://www.nyscasa.org

Posted: November 16, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Josie McPherson, Senior Director of Systems Advocacy
Email: jmcpherson@nyscasa.org

Link to posting: https://www.nyscasa.org/nyscasa-is-hiring-technical-assistance-director/

Job Description

The Enough Is Enough (EIE) Campus Projects Director is responsible for serving as the lead on the agency’s Statewide Training and Assistance to Rape Crisis Centers (STARCC) project, which includes a strong focus on supporting rape crisis programs with successfully implementing the Enough is Enough legislation, New York State’s campus sexual assault law. This is a full-time, exempt position.

Click here to access the complete job description.

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to Josie McPherson, Senior Director of Systems Advocacy, via email: jmcpherson@nyscasa.org.

New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NYSCASA) is an Equal Opportunity Employer. NYSCASA seeks affirmatively to employ staff reflective of and sensitive to the needs of the diverse communities affected by sexual violence in New York State. NYSCASA, in accordance with the requirements of federal and state laws, does not discriminate against any employee, applicant for employment, or volunteer due to race, age, sex, religion, color, national origin or ancestry, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, citizenship status, military status, veteran status, or other protected status.

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Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) Outreach Director

Albany, New York

Is remote? No


New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Albany, NY

Website: http://www.nyscasa.org

Posted: November 16, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Chrys Ballerano, Senior Director of Collaboration and Training
Email: cballerano@nyscasa.org

Link to posting: https://www.nyscasa.org/nyscasa-is-hiring-prea-outreach-director

Job Description

The PREA Outreach Director is responsible for developing an initiative, in collaboration with member programs, correctional agencies, and detention agencies/facilities, that strengthens coordination between PREA staff, rape crisis centers, local law enforcement, SANE, and medical personnel to improve the response to sexual violence in correctional facilities. The overall project goal is to expand the options for incarcerated survivors in New York State and ensure rape crisis centers are equipped to serve survivors in all agencies covered under PREA. This position will have a significant amount of travel. This is a full-time, exempt position.

Click here to access the complete job description.

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to Chrys Ballerano, Senior Director of Collaboration and Training, via email: cballerano@nyscasa.org.

New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NYSCASA) is an Equal Opportunity Employer. NYSCASA seeks affirmatively to employ staff reflective of and sensitive to the needs of the diverse communities affected by sexual violence in New York State. NYSCASA, in accordance with the requirements of federal and state laws, does not discriminate against any employee, applicant for employment, or volunteer due to race, age, sex, religion, color, national origin or ancestry, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, citizenship status, military status, veteran status, or other protected status.

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Public Policy Director

Albany, New York

Is remote? No


New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Albany, NY

Website: http://www.nyscasa.org

Posted: November 16, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Joanne Zannoni, Executive Director
Email: jzannoni@nyscasa.org

Link to posting: https://www.nyscasa.org/nyscasa-is-hiring-public-policy-director/

Job Description

The Public Policy Director is responsible for assisting the Director of Systems Advocacy and the Executive Director in carrying out NYSCASA’s policy advocacy activities on a state and federal level. This is a full-time, exempt position.Click here to access the complete job description.

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to Joanne Zannoni, Executive Director, via email: jzannoni@nyscasa.org.

New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NYSCASA) is an Equal Opportunity Employer. NYSCASA seeks affirmatively to employ staff reflective of and sensitive to the needs of the diverse communities affected by sexual violence in New York State. NYSCASA, in accordance with the requirements of federal and state laws, does not discriminate against any employee, applicant for employment, or volunteer due to race, age, sex, religion, color, national origin or ancestry, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, citizenship status, military status, veteran status, or other protected status.

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PROGRAM ASSOCIATE

Brooklyn, New York

Is remote? No


Diaspora Community Services
Brooklyn, NY

Website: https://www.diasporacs.org/

Posted: October 22, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Simone Harris, Administrative Operations Manager
Email: careers@diasporacs.org
Phone: 7183990200

Link to posting: https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?t=program+associate...

Job Description

his newly created position will allow the ideal candidate to use their skills working in community based organizations to support our various program initiatives.

DCS' main areas include health education, community outreach and engagement, youth services and care coordination. Bring your program experience in public benefits, client services; social justice to this multifaceted position.

  • Develop and conduct recruitment strategies to persons who identify as LGBTQIA in designated catchment areas in Brooklyn
  • Manage and develop culturally and linguistically appropriate social marketing messaging and materials to raise awareness around substance abuse, HIV, and HCV
  • Coordinate education and technical assistance opportunities to individuals in various community based settings to promote importance of screening for HIV/HCV and assuring clinical care needs of clients are met
  • Work alongside program team to develop and streamline navigation referral process for individuals in need of SUD or HIV/HCV services
  • Coordinate advocacy project that will engage youth through coordinated art and cultural activities and conduct outreach to local arts andcultural institutions.
  • Attend project meetings and submit program reports.
  • Work with Outreach and Community Engagement Manager and The Development and Communications
  • Coordinator to advocacy around and awareness of HIV while working to dismantle stigma for people living with HIV.
  • Others duties as assigned

Qualification

Bachelor’s Degree in community health, public administration, urban planning or social work required. 3-5 years’ experience in human services and working with LGBTQ+ community and nonprofit sector. Strong administrative, computer and communication skills to support public messaging and virtual education sessions.

 

Diaspora Community Services does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, religion (creed), gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities, hiring practices or operations

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Director of Policy

New York, New York

Is remote? No


Point Source Youth
New York, NY

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

Posted: November 23, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Michelle Kristel, Managing Partner
Email: search@mccormackkristel.com
Phone: 2125315003

Link to posting: https://www.mccormackkristel.com/point-source-youth-director-of-policy/

Job Description

The Client

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Since its inception, Point Source Youth has been growing rapidly. The organization, which is overseen by an eight-person Board of Directors, is expected to operate with over $3 million in revenue in 2022 and 15 nationally distributed staff. Continued expansion of revenue, programs, and staff is expected in the near term.

 

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

 

The Position

 

In this newly created position, the Director of Policy will report to and partner with the Deputy Executive Director to lead national, state, and local policy initiatives in support of Point Source Youth’s core interventions: Direct Cash Transfers, Host Homes, Rapid Re-housing, and Family and Kinship Strengthening. With a focus on shaping policies and considerably expanding resources for services that locate power in the hands of youth at risk of and experiencing homelessness, the key responsibilities of this position include:

 

Policy and Advocacy

  • Design and implement all policy, advocacy, organizing, and campaigns to garner the resources needed to end youth homelessness;
  • Create and expand national and local funding mandates for direct cash transfer programs for youth experiencing homelessness;
  • Create and expand funded mandates to end youth homelessness nationally and locally;
  • Collaborate closely and expand work with HUD Youth Homeless Demonstration Sites and their Technical Assistance Providers;
  • Advance the permanent extension of COVID specific waivers and policies most helpful for youth experiencing homelessness;
  • Work to obtain additional funding streams from Medicaid that can better pay for and support interventions such as family strengthening programs;
  • Direct local and national advocacy strategies to end youth homelessness;
  • Lead national and local collaborations with allied stakeholders across movements.

 

Resource Development

  • Identify and secure new funding streams to support the expansion of direct cash transfers, family strengthening, and other upstream prevention initiatives;
  • Use a public health framework to obtain significant new funding from the Department of Health and Human Services, the Center for Medicaid Services, and local, city and state healthcare funding for evidence-based solutions to end and prevent youth homelessness;
  • Develop funding support for direct cash transfers to both prevent and end youth homelessness throughout the country.

 

Partnerships and Collaborations

  • Develop effective partnerships with HUD, HUD Youth Homelessness Demostration Site Leaders, and HUD Technical Assistance Providers across the country;
  • Expand the HUD funded Continuum of Care (CoC) rapid re-housing program to further meet the needs of youth experiencing homelessness;
  • Partner with the Vice President of Communications and Strategy to ensure accurate and effective communication of policy initiatives;
  • In collaboration with the Vice President of National Programs, create processes, identify trainings, and provide leadership to achieve technical assistance (TA) goals and support the continued rapid growth of TA revenue;
  • Ensure the Youth Advisory Council is effectively, regularly, and collaboratively integrated and supported in all of its program work and activities;
  • Ensure the four Symposia on Solutions to End Youth Homelessness (Rural, National, West, and South) are created to support and expand policies to end youth homelessness;
  • Develop and maintain relationships with national and local advocacy groups, including movement leaders, government officials, local, city and state elected officials and leaders.

 

Leadership

  • Apply an intersectional, anti-oppressive, and anti-racist framework that ensures all work lifts up and centers BIPOC, nonbinary, and LGBTQ+ youth;
  • Provide strong, collaborative, and intentional day-to-day leadership to grow the policy team, bridge departments, and support both a results and rest-driven culture;
  • Help create a diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization built on a foundation of transparency and collaboration;
  • Be an ambassador for community-based solutions and power-building strategies to strengthen policies and funding for rapid re-housing, direct cash transfers, host homes, and family strengthening programs;
  • Co-lead all policy work with the Point Source Youth, Youth Advisory Council.

 

Professional Requirements

 

The new Director of Policy will have knowledge of legislative processes, collation building, and community organizing. They will understand federal policies related to youth, housing, and healthcare. The Director will have experience crafting policy initiatives to direct funding for evidence-based services and programs. The successful candidate must have the following:

 

  • Experience, ideally both lived and professional, working to end youth homelessness;
  • Experience applying an intersectional, anti-racist, and equity lens to work that lifts up and centers BIPOC, nonbinary, and LGBTQ+ youth;
  • Proven experience advancing policy initiatives in youth, homelessness, housing, economic justice, direct cash transfer, or equity spaces;
  • Broad and deep networks among thought leaders and influencers in youth homelessness or related spaces;
  • A deep understanding of the tactics and strategies used to create and implement policy, including grassroots organizing and lobbying;
  • Knowledge of HUD, CoC, and healthcare funding models and experience shaping revenue generating federal policies;
  • Demonstrated systems thinking experience and proven creative problem-solving skills with the ability to adapt those skills to a growing and changing organization.

 

Personal Characteristics

 

The new Director of Policy will have excellent relationship-building skills and they will be energized working in a rapid growth, fast-paced, start-up culture. They will be an intentional yet flexible leader who is able to adapt to different personalities and work styles and who understands the importance of rest. The ideal candidate will have the following:

 

  • Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to collaborate with diverse stakeholders, including youth with lived experiences of homelessness;
  • Commitment to social justice frameworks including race, gender, and economic justice, and equity;
  • Extraordinary attention to detail and excellent time management skills;
  • Ability, on occasion, to work evenings, weekends, and irregular hours;
  • Ability to travel and work effectively in a variety of geographic, political, and cultural settings.

 

Compensation

 

Point Source Youth is offering a competitive salary, commensurate with the lived and professional experience and qualifications of the selected candidate. They provide an excellent benefits package including 100% employer paid health insurance and a fully funded Healthcare Spending Account equal to the annual deductible. Point Source Youth also provides a 401(k) with a 4% match, dental and vision insurance, and a monthly allowance for a home office and self-care. In additional to a generous PTO policy and holiday schedule, the Point Source Youth offices are closed for one week during the summer and three weeks at the end of the year.

 

Opportunity

 

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

 

Location

 

Ideally, the Director of Policy will live in the greater Washington, DC metro area.

 

Contact

 

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

Michelle Kristel, Managing Partner 

McCormack+Kristel

1740 Broadway, 15th Floor

New York, NY 10019

Phone: 212.531.5003 | Fax: 212.203.9599        

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

 

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

 

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

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Vice President, Programs

New York, New York

Is remote? No


Point Source Youth
New York, NY

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

Posted: November 23, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Michelle Kristel, Managing Partner
Email: search@mccormackkristel.com
Phone: 2125315003

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

Job Description

The Client

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Since its inception, Point Source Youth has been growing rapidly. The organization, which is overseen by an eight-person Board of Directors, is expected to operate with over $3 million in revenue in 2022 and 15 nationally distributed staff. Continued expansion of revenue, programs, and staff is expected in the near term.

 

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

 

The Position

 

In this newly created position, the Vice President of National Programs will lead, expand, and deepen Point Source Youth’s core interventions: Direct Cash Transfers, Host Homes, Rapid Re-housing, and Family and Kinship Strengthening. They will build collaborations to launch, grow, and support new programs that center youth experiencing homelessness as their foundation. Reporting to the Deputy Executive Director and serving as a member of the Management Team, the Vice President will lead an expanding four-person team providing technical assistance (TA) and support to 70 partners implementing the organization’s innovative interventions to end youth homelessness throughout the country. The Vice President’s key responsibilities include:

 

Program Strategy and Development

  • Create processes and provide leadership, training, and team support to meet growing TA revenue goals;
  • Oversee the development and enhancement of an expanding collection of national youth homelessness handbooks that provide essential resources for community partners to implement solutions;
  • Lead the successful execution and documentation of the Direct Cash Transfer pilots throughout the country;
  • Develop long-term strategic program plans that intersect PSY’s program and policy initiatives.

 

Community Engagement and Partnerships

  • Oversee collaborations and work to substantially grow and expand the existing 70+ partnerships in 40+ communities;
  • Design and distribute community needs assessments to determine the future of programs;
  • Collaborate with the Youth Advisory Council, working to ensure they are effectively integrated and supported in all local and national program work and activities;
  • Help develop and support strategies for providing and securing technical assistance contracts with local service providers and communities, driving revenue for the organization.

 

Leadership

  • Provide strong, collaborative, and intentional day-to-day leadership to bridge teams and support a results and rest-driven culture;
  • Apply an intersectional, anti-oppressive, and anti-racist framework that ensures all work lifts up and centers BIPOC, nonbinary, and LGBTQ+ youth;
  • Ensure all staff receive timely and appropriate training and professional development opportunities;
  • Mentor and coach staff using a supportive and collaborative approach: Assign accountabilities, set objectives, establish priorities, monitor and evaluate results;
  • Ensure the Programs Team is leading and supporting key activities and initiatives for all Conferences and the National Symposium on Solutions to End Youth Homelessness.

 

Communication and Collaboration

  • In collaboration with the Vice President of Communications and Strategy, ensure best practices, key learnings, and innovations are effectively communicated to partners and communities;
  • Support the Director of Development to expand revenue and provide grant and funding reports;
  • Maintain open lines of communication, keeping the Executive Director and Management Team informed of all critical issues;
  • Build a diverse and inclusive culture on a foundation of transparency, open communication, and collaboration.

 

Professional Requirements

 

The Vice President of National Programs will have deep knowledge of program design and implementation. They will be able to synthesize community needs, youth voices, and partner capacities into high-level mission-driven strategies. They will develop multi-year program plans and ensure adequate staff and resources to meet program goals. With responsibility for ensuring the four conferences and National Symposia on Solutions to End Youth Homelessness continue to meet and support program goals, the essential requirements of the position include the following:  

 

  • Experience, ideally both lived and professional, working to end youth homelessness;
  • Experience applying an intersectional, anti-racist, and equity lens to work that lifts up and centers BIPOC, nonbinary, and LGBTQ+ youth;
  • Proven experience creating and leading programs in youth, youth homelessness, housing, economic justice, direct cash transfer, or equity spaces;
  • Expertise in data collection and analysis, including the ability to conduct needs assessments and translate results into solutions;
  • Sophisticated relationship building and management skills to effectively engage diverse stakeholders including high-level government officials, policymakers, funders, executives and frontline staff, and youth with lived experiences of homelessness;
  • Exceptional communication skills with the ability to distill intervention strategies and data into compelling narratives for multiple audiences including potential funders and partners;
  • Demonstrated systems and critical thinking abilities with the capacity to apply those skills to process enhancements and team management;
  • Exceptional project management skills, including the ability to create tangible goals and holistic timelines.

 

Personal Characteristics

 

The ideal candidate will be a person-centered and flexible leader who is able to facilitate cross-departmental communications and collaborations. They will be youth centered and liberation focused and will be committed to ensuring that authentic youth engagement is at the forefront of all programs. In addition to creative and flexible problem-solving skills with the ability to adapt to different personalities and work styles, they will have the following:

 

  • An intentional approach to leadership that centers coaching and mentoring and supports both a results and rest-driven culture;
  • Capacity to thrive in the current start-up culture and mettle to advance and adapt to ongoing change and growth;
  • Fluidity to comfortably move between the micro granularity of process improvements to the macro long-term strategies to end youth homelessness;
  • Commitment to social justice frameworks including race, gender, and economic justice, and equity;
  • Ability, on occasion, to work evenings, weekends, and irregular hours;
  • Ability to travel and work effectively in a variety of geographic, political, and cultural settings.

 

Compensation

 

Point Source Youth is offering a competitive salary, commensurate with the lived and professional experience and qualifications of the selected candidate. They provide an excellent benefits package including 100% employer paid health insurance and a fully funded Healthcare Spending Account equal to the annual deductible. Point Source Youth also provides a 401(k) with a 4% match, dental and vision insurance, and a monthly allowance for a home office and self-care. In additional to a generous PTO policy and holiday schedule, the Point Source Youth offices are closed for one week during the summer and three weeks at the end of the year.

 

Opportunity

 

This is a remarkable opportunity for an innovative youth programs expert to deepen and expand the key activities and initiatives of a radically transformative organization working at the leading edge of the movement to end youth homelessness.

 

Location

 

Ideally, the Vice President of National Programs will live in the wider metropolitan regions of New York City, Washington, DC, Atlanta, Los Angeles, or the Bay Area.

 

Contact

 

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

Michelle Kristel, Managing Partner 

McCormack+Kristel

1740 Broadway, 15th Floor

New York, NY 10019

Phone: 212.531.5003 | Fax: 212.203.9599        

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

 

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

 

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

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Director of Development

NEW YORK, New York

Is remote? No


OutRight Action International
NEW YORK, NY

Website: https://outrightinternational.org

Posted: October 28, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Kamal Fizazi, Search Consultant
Email: search@mccormackkristel.com

Link to posting: https://www.mccormackkristel.com/outright-action-international-director-of-development/

Job Description

The Client

 

Every day, the human rights and dignity of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) people around the world are abused in ways that shock the conscience. The stories of the struggles and resilience often remain invisible – or willfully ignored – by those with the power to make change. Since 1990, OutRight Action International (OutRight) has worked alongside LGBTIQ activists and organizations, diplomats and policymakers, and other key partners to advance community-centered solutions to create lasting legal and social transformation. Together with its partners, OutRight combats the systemic violence, persecution and discrimination LGBTIQ people face around the world.

 

OutRight builds capacity of LGBTIQ movements, documents human rights violations, advocates for inclusion and equality, and holds leaders accountable for protecting the rights of LGBTIQ people everywhere. OutRight advances its mission through three strategic program areas:

 

Advocacy: OutRight is the only global LGBTIQ organization with consultative status and a permanent presence at the United Nations Headquarters, where it advocates for human rights and equality for LGBTIQ people, serves as secretariat of the UN LGBTI Core Group and acts as a watchdog on all 193 world governments.

 

Movement resourcing: OutRight invests heavily in partnerships with grassroots LGBTIQ communities and allies around the world, firmly believing that the presence and strength of LGBTIQ organizations and activists locally and worldwide is the single greatest factor that produces cultural, social, and legal change. OutRight provides technical assistance, training and funding, including $3 million to 300 organizations in 30 countries in the last year alone. 

 

Research: OutRight’s research program provides an overview of global threats and opportunities confronting LGBTIQ communities. The organization has published hundreds of reports and briefing papers on urgent and relevant topics including so-called “conversion therapy,” legal registration for LGBTIQ civil society, and on the impact of COVID-19 on LGBTIQ people globally.

 

OutRight’s work is focused where it can make the biggest difference. In addition to working at and within the United Nations system, OutRight pushes for change in four regions in the Global South: Asia and the Pacific Islands, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Middle East and North Africa, and Sub-Saharan Africa. Concentrating where they see the greatest potential for significant improvement or threat; possibility for a ripple effect due to the country’s relationships and reputation; and opportunity for international intervention and influence. Throughout, OutRight advocates for LGBTIQ rights with a commitment to intersectionality and a fierce feminist lens, prioritizing and amplifying the needs of the most marginalized within the global LGBTIQ community. 

 

OutRight is also one of two founding civil society advisors for the Partnership for Global LGBTI Equality, a World Economic Forum Lighthouse Project, and partners with dozens of leading companies to advocate for LGBTIQ human rights. 

 

Headquartered in New York, OutRight is governed by a 22-person Board of Directors. The organization operates with a $8.8 million annual budget and 27-person staff working from eight global offices. 

 

For more information, please visit: https://outrightinternational.org/

 

The Opportunity

 

This is an extraordinary opportunity for a collaborative leader and creative builder to work with an exceptional team of a transformative organization at the leading edge of the movements to protect, advance, and promote LGBTIQ human rights globally. The new Director of Development will adapt and build structures to support the organization’s significant recent growth while solidifying the foundation for a radically resplendent future for this vanguard organization. They will partner with the Executive Director, Management Team, and Board of Directors to ensure that OutRight Action International remains exceptionally resourced to support the movements for LGBTIQ human rights, and stays at the forefront of its peers, as an innovative and deeply impactful organization.

 

The Position

 

In this newly created position, the Director of Development will establish, consolidate, and leverage systems and processes to maximize the fundraising efforts of an established LGBTIQ organization. The new Director of Development will transform departmental structures to keep this organization solidly at the forefront of advancing, protecting, and promoting human rights. They will have primary responsibility for crafting and integrating a development plan that builds OutRight’s visibility, impact, and financial resources.

 

Reporting to the Acting Executive Director and leading a team of five, the incoming Director of Development will help forge new relationships and new initiatives while growing and stewarding the existing ones. Building on a 30+ year legacy, the successful candidate will provide leadership, direction, and coordination of all fundraising activities.  Key responsibilities include:

 

Fundraising

  • Develop and implement long-term, forward-looking strategic fundraising plan, including annual calendar of deliverables;
  • Collaborate with OutRight’s talented staff to realize major giving potential, grow its planned gifts program, and develop an effective annual plan through enhanced direct mail and online efforts;
  • Create strategies to intentionally scale the organization’s strong government and corporate giving programs;
  • Provide leadership and support to Board Members to meet their individual fundraising goals and partner with the Development Committee to leverage their networks and expertise to advance all resource development initiatives;
  • Forge new relationships to expand and diversify donor base and pipeline, while maintaining existing donor relationships and deepening their engagement.

 

Organizational Development

  • Enhance existing and establish new systems and policies to strengthen overall organizational fundraising capacity, improve operational efficiencies and achieve departmental effectiveness;
  • Utilize data-driven strategies to grow and expand impact of fundraising operations and strengthen team skills and outcomes;
  • Foster cross-departmental collaborations across teams to integrate and coordinate departmental activities and improve organizational cohesion;
  • Lead by example to maintain organization’s collaborative and empathetic culture while developing and implementing processes to improve functions and communication;

 

Leadership

  • Collaborate with Executive Director and Senior Management Team to create integrated, impactful, multi-year budgets, programs and strategic plans;
  • Provide strong, collaborative, and intentional day-to-day leadership setting clear expectations around team members’ authority, responsibility, and accountability;
  • Mentor, coach, and supervise staff at diverse levels of expertise, building team cohesion and intra-team communication, supporting skills-exchange, and promoting a sustainable, results-driven culture; and
  • Understand and advocate for diversity, equity and inclusion through both US and international lenses, and with an understanding of intersectionality.

 

Professional Requirements

 

The Director of Development will have deep fundraising experience ideally with LGBTIQ or human rights organizations. The new leader will have an organized and strategic approach to fundraising with experience developing, managing, and coordinating fundraising efforts within a department and across an organization. They will have a track record of building infrastructure to support a successful, comprehensive development program.  The ideal candidate will bring the following:

 

  • A minimum of ten years’ multifaceted fundraising experience in progressive nonprofits;
  • Successful track record of developing strategic and tactical fundraising initiatives to drive sustainable and diverse revenue streams;
  • Demonstrated success cultivating donor relationships, stewarding, and soliciting major gifts and developing and implementing successful planned giving programs;
  • Sophisticated management experience including an innovative approach to advancing change and leading teams to achieve ambitious objectives;
  • Knowledge of the progressive institutional funding landscape; experience leading relationships with government and foundation funders, and prior oversight of timely, accurate, and effective grant proposals and reports;
  • Prior experience developing and overseeing annual and direct response campaigns;
  • Fluency in social media applications and knowledge of digital fundraising;
  • Experience conceiving and overseeing large and small-scale event efforts;
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to conceptualize and describe funding needs in a way that is comprehensive and compelling to potential donors;
  • Expertise in development department best practice systems, structures, policies and procedures, including knowledge of databases and CRM platforms. Experience with DonorPerfect is ideal;
  • Prior experience developing and managing fundraising plans and operational budgets.

 

Personal Characteristics

 

The Director of Development will be a collaborative, flexible, and entrepreneurial leader with a passion for fundraising. They will thrive building, developing, and implementing systems, and policies that promote individual and organizational efficiency and effectiveness. The successful candidate will have the following:

 

  • Knowledge of global LGBTIQ history and communities, and social justice and human rights organizations and issues;
  • High energy and passion for OutRight’s mission and deep desire to improve conditions and lived experiences globally, and advocate for the human rights of LGBTIQ people everywhere;
  • Flexibility to work comfortably and effectively both independently and as part of a team;
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to engage and collaborate with OutRight’s global staff and stakeholders;
  • A commitment to feminist leadership principles including skills to lead by influence rather than power or authority;
  • An empathetic leadership style with the capacity to manage diverse viewpoints and work styles, and to hold space for colleagues managing rapid responses to emerging, high-stakes human rights situations and crises.

 

Compensation

 

Our client is offering a competitive salary commensurate with the experience and qualifications of the selected candidate. In addition, they provide an excellent benefits package that includes 100% paid health, dental, and vision insurance for employees and 50% for a spouse and/or dependents; a 403(b) retirement plan with annual budget-based employer contribution (5% in FY20); paid sabbaticals for all employees with five years’ service; generous vacation, personal, sick and safe time; and a holiday schedule that honors regional distinctions within the staff.

 

Location

 

The new Director of Development will live in the United States, ideally the New York City Metro area.

 

 

Contact

 

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

 

Michelle Kristel, Managing Partner

Kamal Fizazi, Consultant

McCormack + Kristel

1740 Broadway, 15th Floor

New York, NY 10019

Phone: 212.531.5003 | Fax: 212.203.9599        

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

 

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

 

McCormack + Kristel works only with equal opportunity employers. OutRight’s policy and practice is to provide equal employment opportunity for all qualified applicants and employees without regard to age, race, ethnicity, color, creed, ancestry, religion, national origin, alienage, family status, marital status, military status, genetic information, sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy, reproductive health decision making, HIV status, sensory or mental or physical handicap or disability, victim status, lawful occupation or source of income, caregiver status, or any other protected characteristic under national, state or local law in any jurisdiction where OutRight operates. OutRight complies with all laws that prohibit discrimination in employment and any such discrimination will not be tolerated.

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Director of Research

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

Is remote? No


National Employment Law Project
New York, NY

Website: http://www.nelp.org

Posted: December 6, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Jackie Ricks, Executive Assistant
Phone: 2122853025

Link to posting: https://www.nelp.org/job/director-of-research/

Job Description

What You Will Do
You may be based in any of NELP’s three office locations (Berkeley, California; New York City; or Washington D.C.) and will report to the Chief of Strategy. You will work in conjunction with NELP’s staff of lawyers, policy experts, researchers, and strategic communications experts. As Director of Research, your role will involve coordinating work between NELP’s leadership and research staff housed in six program teams, developing strategic cross-team research projects, and identifying new NELP-wide research projects.  Your work includes:

  • Engaging with organizational leadership and staff to develop NELP’s vision and implementation plan for research, which will both shape and be responsive to organizational strategies within a racial equity framework.
  • Engaging with NELP research staff as they advance campaign and issue area goals by being a thought partner (e.g., providing feedback on research design, helping to identify data sources), resource, peer reviewer, and refining research protocols.
  • Staying abreast of newly published research relevant to NELP’s work and helping NELP to integrate learnings into our work and vision.
  • Exploring and implementing strategies for NELP to boost the reach and impact of its research, such as collaborations with academic and other researchers, the creation of research project advisory bodies, the development of a “research fellows” program that would serve as a research pipeline for the larger movement, and other approaches.
  • Engaging with allies to identify opportunities for collaboration with an eye toward NELP’s role in the racial and economic justice ecosystem.
  • Elevating our impact and reach by authoring original research products combining empirical work and policy analysis that center racial equity; plus, drafting reports, op-eds, blogs, and educational materials to amplify our policy agenda.
  • Designing, implementing, analyzing, and synthesizing the results of surveys, focus groups, interviews, or participatory research to ensure our policy agenda is responsive to the needs and experiences of workers of color and amplifies the lived expertise of Black, immigrant workers.
  • Conducting literature reviews and data analysis to support amicus briefs and strategic litigation.
  • Representing NELP in coalitions, public forums, legislative and agency hearings, and in the media.

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Development Associate

New York, Washington, or Berkeley, New York

Is remote? No


National Employment Law Project
New York, NY

Website: http://www.nelp.org

Posted: October 11, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Human Resources, Office Coordinator
Phone: 2122853025

Link to posting: https://www.nelp.org/job/development-associate-3/

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Major Events Manager

Allentown, Pennsylvania

Is remote? No


Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center
Allentown, PA

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

Posted: November 16, 2021

Contact Information

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

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

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Cheif Clinical Officer

Salt Lake City, Utah

Is remote? No


Utah Pride Center
Salt Lake City, UT

Website: http://www.utahpridecenter.org

Posted: November 13, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Susan Gotshalk
Email: susan.gotshalk@gmail.com

Job Description

CHIEF CLINICAL OFFICER

Salary Range $95,000 - $115,000

The Utah Pride Center (UPC) has been part of the fabric of Utah LGBTQ+ life for over 29 years. The vision of the Center is “to ensure a thriving LGBTQ+ community in Utah.” Utah Pride Center services include mental health services, adult focused programming, senior programs, resources for youth, an annual Pride celebration, and community space. Utah Pride Center opened its doors in a beautiful new space in 2018. UPC is governed by a 17-person Board of Directors and a dedicated staff of 15.

Research shows that members of marginalized groups – including women, LGBTQIA+ identified people, Black, Indigenous, and other people of color (BIPOC) – tend to apply to jobs only if they meet every single requirement listed. Here at Utah Pride Center, we want the best candidates for the job, and those candidates don’t always meet 100% of the qualifications listed. If you are passionate about uniting, empowering, and celebrating diverse LGBTQ+ communities for all and breaking down barriers for equity, we encourage you to apply – especially if you’re a member of a structurally marginalized group. We look forward to your application.

THE POSITION:  

The Chief Clinical Officer (CCO) is a new and exciting full-time position for UPC. Reporting to the CEO, the CCO will provide inspirational, innovative, and forward-thinking leadership, serving as an important thought-partner to the CEO and Senior Leadership Team and as a key leader and spokesperson for clinical services and wellness-oriented activities and groups (i.e. yoga, outdoor activities) throughout the state. Responsible for providing clinical and programmatic leadership, fostering superior quality patient care, standardizing clinical protocols, developing clinical strategic goals and program expansion, ensuring evidence-based practices, regulatory and accreditation oversight, and contributing to the recruitment and retention of clinical staff.  This position needs to maintain a 0.2-0.3 FTE clinical caseload. The CCO will provide oversight to an existing experienced staff of three clinicians plus interns and Rainbow wellness staff.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Operations

  • Identify and mitigate risks that may affect health, safety, and integrity of those served and employed by the organization and represent UPC in negotiations and proceedings related to clinical services.
  • Identifies, facilitates, implements, and performs a Continuous Quality Improvement plan/program.
  • Identifies operational plans for new services based on community identified needs.
  • Develops, plans, and implements policies, procedures, and protocols to support clinical and other patient care services.
  • Develops and supports internal controls to ensure that policies and operating procedures are followed, necessary controls are effective and efficient.
  • Build clinical services to include medical support services in the future.
  • Promotes the use and implementation of technology in the workplace to streamline operations, facilitate communications, and optimize work processes.

Strategy and Planning

  • In collaboration with CEO, lead the vision and evolution of the clinical services practice toward the fullest realization of community integration and individual agency for individuals supported, building an ever-greater programmatic impact and footprint throughout the state.
  • While leveraging the strengths of other programmatic areas, ensure the provision of high-quality services while introducing and integrating innovative technologies, service models, and practices that sustain and enhance the quality, effectiveness, efficiency and success of UPC’s clinical programs.
  • Ensure UPC is identified as the preferred/first choice by LGBTQ+ individuals, families, and guardians in their selection of service providers.
  • Collaborate across departments to ensure exceptional quality and utilization of the clinical services practice and leverage its strengths throughout the organization to achieve the goals for clinical vision.
  • Develops partnerships, coordinates activities, reviews work, exchanges information, and resolves problems related to clinical competencies; this includes partnering with internal and external stakeholders to ensure highly effective and efficient care delivery that reduces cost, improves quality of outcomes, and delivers an excellent patient experience.

Leadership, Management & Relationship Building

  • Build a team, resolves conflicts, and facilitates group interaction both within the team and with cross-departmental teams.
  • Ensure a focused and productive team approach with excellent integrated service delivery through a compassionate and motivational supervisory style that recognizes individual and collective strengths and inspires teams.
  • Develop and monitor annual goals and objectives with defined metrics, processes, and deliverables to ensure achievement within budget.
  • Participates and provides reports in Executive Leadership and Board of Directors meetings, and other leadership meetings, as required.
  • Facilitates and leads regular clinical department meetings.
  • Ensures appropriate clinical education and training is available to support professional development and ensure that clinical staff maintain competence in evolving best practices.
  • Enables team to achieve optimal results by providing information, encouragement, and support.
  • Build and fortify existing relationships with a wide and diverse array of patients, families, stakeholders, funders, and business partners, representing UPC at external meetings as appropriate and advancing UPC’s mission through active advocacy and partnership.
  • Provides regular and productive updates to the CEO. Advance a collaborative and transparent communicative approach to elevate an understanding and support for clinical services throughout the organization.
  • Engage and collaborate with staff, board members, individuals, families, and stakeholders to inform and develop clinical services best practices and advance departmental and overall organizational goals.
  • Manage, in collaboration with the CEO, the accreditation and/or accreditation renewal processes with the Council on Accreditation, The Joint Commission, and/or additional appropriate accreditation agencies.

SKILL SET AND ATTRIBUTES:

  • LCSW or Psych NP required.
  • Five (5) years of management/leadership experience strongly preferred.
  • Passionate about UPC’s mission and experience working with LGBTQ+ communities and individuals.
  • Significant experience in providing services to children, youth, adults and seniors.
  • Demonstrated business-savvy in designing, implementing, managing, and growing complex and innovative community-based, clinical, and direct care services covering a wide geographical area.
  • Ability to introduce and foster engagement with new approaches and directions to advance clinical service delivery and ensure a high level of quality, building on past successes.
  • Strong clinical and analytical background, along with financial acumen that address utilization management, data analysis, and trending.
  • Past training and experience in trauma informed care desired.
  • Strong written and oral communication and presentation skills, with ability to simplify and communicate complex and technical information for internal and external stakeholders.
  • Visionary mindset with strong knowledge of and experience in planning and implementing change management, utilizing an inspirational leadership style.
  • Compassionate, approachable, and thoughtful disposition to support collaborative decision-making and an orientation toward empowerment, emphasizing professional development and recognition.
  • Approachability with an open door policy.
  • Ability to develop, implement, and support a positive working environment as well as systems and operations committed to advancing cultural diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  • High emotional intelligence, humility, and integrity.
  • Care and kindness for others; compassion and the ability to suspend judgment.
  • Experience developing and evaluating best practices and emerging trends for organizational applicability and appropriateness.
  • Ability to construct new and innovative solutions for complex and varying problems and situations while considering the larger perspective or context.

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS

Utah Pride Center is offering a comprehensive compensation package inclusive of salary and benefits. The salary range is $95,000-$115,000 DOE. Benefits include: Medical coverage, 401(K) match, generous paid time off, and relocation assistance.

TO APPLY

Pathway Associates has been retained to lead this recruitment effort on behalf of the Utah Pride Center. Inquiries, nominations, or applications (including a cover letter and resume) should be directed electronically and in confidence, to susan.gotshalk@gmail.com with “CCO” in the subject line. We are pleased to answer any questions or supply further information as needed. All inquiries or referrals will be held in strict confidence.

Closing Date: December 9, 2021

Utah Pride Center (UPC) is a proudly queer, anti-racist, affirmative action employer. Our commitment is to provide and sustain a diverse work environment that reflects the community we serve. All employment decisions at UPC are based on professional needs, job requirements, and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, national, social or ethnic origin, sex (including pregnancy), age, physical, mental or sensory disability, HIV status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital, civil union or domestic partnership status, past or present military service, family medical history or genetic information, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations of Utah . Visit our website at www.utahpridecenter.org.  

Candidates for employment at Utah Pride Center should be aware that this is a unique work environment in which topics of sexuality, sexual orientation, and gender identity are an integral part of our day-to-day community interactions. Individuals who are uncomfortable with such topics, discussions, and the occasional related graphic representations may choose not to work at UPC.

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Chief Development Officer

Salt Lake City, Utah

Is remote? No


Utah Pride Center
Salt Lake City, UT

Website: http://www.utahpridecenter.org

Posted: November 2, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Utah Pride Center
Email: hr@utahpridecenter.org

Link to posting: https://utahpridecenter.org/careers/

Job Description

Title: Chief Development Officer

Reports to: CEO

Location: Salt Lake City, Utah

The Utah Pride Center (UPC) has been part of the fabric of Utah LGBTQ+ life for over 29 years. The vision of the Center is “to ensure a thriving LGBTQ+ community in Utah”. Utah Pride Center services include mental health resources, adult focused programming, senior programs, resources for youth, an annual Pride celebration, and community space. Utah Pride Center opened its doors in a beautiful new space in 2018. UPC is governed by a 17-person Board of Directors and a dedicated staff of 16.

THE POSITION:

The Chief Development Officer (CDO) is a new and exciting full-time position for UPC. In partnership with the CEO and Board of Directors, the CDO will lead efforts to design and implement a comprehensive resource development program that focuses on building donor relationships, major gift development, public and private grants, and special events. The CDO will play a unique role in assisting the CEO and board in building out a long-term development staffing structure, supervising the work of staff with responsibility for development functions, and creating cohesion and synergy between all fundraising activities, events, and communications. The CDO will plan and execute all external communications to create a strong organizational image and communicate the impact of the UPC mission.

THE RESPONSIBILITIES:

DEVELOPMENT & DONOR RELATIONS

  • Establish robust resource development capability by creating systems and processes that prioritize identification, cultivation, and stewardship of existing and potential donors.
  • Cultivate new individual donors by identifying, evaluating and cultivating prospects and expanding the sustaining membership program.
  • Increase giving of existing donors by establishing personal relationships, soliciting major gifts, and providing new opportunities for institutional donors to invest in UPC.
  • Maximize CRM capability to ensure proper accounting, acknowledgement of gifts and stewardship of donors.
  • Develop relationships with institutional donors (foundations and corporations) focused on major gifts and donor retention.
  • Support grant writer to ensure seamless preparation, submission and reporting of grants.
  • Support the engagement of the board of directors in fundraising activities.
  • Inspire and model a culture of philanthropy among staff, the board of directors and volunteers.

EVENT LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT

  • Oversee planning and execution of fundraising and public awareness events to improve efficiency and increase return on investment.
  • Lead and carry out fundraising strategy for all events (Pride Festival, Road Rally, Gala, etc.) focused on cultivation and solicitation of sponsors, cash and in-kind contributions.
  • Supervise event planning and logistics.

MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS

  • Plan and implement external communications across all platforms and communication channels that supports the UPC brand and elevates the organization’s profile in the community.
  • Establish and manage a regular timeline for publications including annual report, newsletters, social media, etc.
  • Support media relations activities.

TEAMWORK & LEADERSHIP

  • Work collaboratively with CEO to establish and carry out annual resource development goals and objectives.
  • Oversee and support the work of other external relations staff to create efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Manage timeline and work processes of all external relations staff.
  • Provide coaching to team members focused on clear expectations, accountability, and skill building.

THE SKILL SET AND ATTRIBUTES:

  • Three to five years experience in resource development, fundraising, and special events.
  • Ability to think strategically as well as handle day-to-day development functions.
  • High level proficiency with office technology with a focus on resource development (CRM systems, event management platforms, social media applications, etc.)
  • Ability to manage multiple objectives and competing priorities.
  • Enthusiastic about engaging personally with donors, community leaders, and other stakeholders.
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Willingness to accept challenges, learn new skills, and adapt to evolving technology.
  • Passionate about UPC’s mission and experience working with LGBTQ+ communities and individuals.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

THE COMPENSATION & BENEFITS:

Utah Pride Center is offering a comprehensive compensation package inclusive of salary and benefits. The salary range is $90,000-$115,000 DOE. Benefits include: Medical coverage, 401(K) match, generous paid time off, and relocation assistance.

TO APPLY:

Pathway Associates has been retained to lead this recruitment effort on behalf of the Utah Pride Center. Inquiries, nominations, or applications (including a cover letter and resume) should be directed electronically and in confidence, to LeAnn Saldivar at recruitment@utahpridecenter.org with “CDO” in the subject line. We are pleased to answer any questions or supply further information as needed. All inquiries or referrals will be held in strict confidence.

Closing Date: November 15, 2021

Utah Pride Center (UPC) is a proudly queer, anti-racist, affirmative action employer. Our commitment is to provide and sustain a diverse work environment that reflects the community we serve. All employment decisions at UPC are based on professional needs, job requirements, and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, national, social or ethnic origin, sex (including pregnancy), age, physical, mental or sensory disability, HIV status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital, civil union or domestic partnership status, past or present military service, family medical history or genetic information, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations of Utah. Visit our website at www.utahpridecenter.org

Candidates for employment at Utah Pride Center should be aware that this is a unique work environment in which topics of sexuality, sexual orientation, and gender identity are an integral part of our day-to-day community interactions. Individuals who are uncomfortable with such topics, discussions, and the occasional related graphic representations may choose not to work at UPC.

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Community Engagement Director

Salt Lake City, Utah

Is remote? No


Utah Pride Center
Salt Lake City, UT

Website: http://www.utahpridecenter.org

Posted: November 2, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Utah Pride Center
Email: hr@utahpridecenter.org
Phone: 801-539-8800

Link to posting: https://utahpridecenter.org/careers/

Job Description

Location: Utah Pride Center - Salt Lake City, Utah

Term: Full-Time

Schedule: Weekdays with evening & weekend hours required

Salary Range: $70,000 - $75,000 with excellent benefits (Medical Insurance, 401K Match) Reports to: Chief Executive Officer

About Utah Pride Center:

The Utah Pride Center (UPC) has served the Salt Lake City area for more than 29 years. We are the largest LGBTQ+ community organization in Utah. Our mission is to unite, empower, and celebrate our LGBTQ+ community by providing a welcoming and safe place for education, partnerships, services, and events that advance our collective health, wellness, and success.

Job Summary:

Join an exciting, engaging Center that seeks to provide a high level of professional community-focused services and resources to the LGBTQ+ communities of Utah. This position will further develop our capacity to serve our diverse LGBTQ+ community. This role will regularly guide Utah Pride Center tours for community members and partners, public officials, donors, and sponsors. The role's focus will be to strengthen and foster strong collaboration, communication, and partnership with other non-profit organizations and community agencies, particularly those serving LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC communities. Alongside community partners, this role will also steer the planning and execution of joint fundraising events that extend the reach of UPC. This role will also serve on a events planning and management team in the planning and execution of UPC-initiated community events to oversee community partner participation. This individual will also serve as the primary point person in developing and maintaining the Utah Pride Center social media image, promotion, and engagement.

Primary Job Duties:

Tabling:

  • Create and maintain community partnerships by attending and tabling community events (e.g., street fairs, festivals, farmers markets, health fairs/mobile clinics, conferences/symposiums).
  • Recruit and train a team of volunteers to table at community events throughout Utah.
  • Develop opportunities for tabling/engagement that grow partnerships and enhance the reach of UPC to rural areas and marginalized/underserved communities.
  • At the direction of the CEO, travel to various locations throughout the state to support or attend UPC and/or partner-organized events.

Community Outreach Duties:

  • Facilitate community engagement opportunities with business and social groups.
  • Third Party Volunteer Opportunities: Connect our volunteer program with other organizations across Utah seeking to volunteer (e.g., ERG groups) or who need volunteers (e.g., Red Cross).
  • Build partnerships with local businesses, community organizations, government agencies, public officials, universities, and grassroots LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC organizations that enhance funding opportunities and/or further access to UPC's lifesaving services and programs to new audiences.

Community Event Duties:

  • Serve as a leading member of the UPC's events (e.g., Pride, Road Rally, donor/sponsor focused events) planning and management team.
  • Develop and maintain community partner involvement with UPC events (and vice versa).
  • Participate in steering committees for planning and execution of sponsored and partnered events.

Tours of UPC Campus Duties:

  • Schedule and lead tours of UPC in coordination with the CEO.
  • Coordinate room reservation requests to ensure availability for community groups, tours of the UPC, and meetings with community partners.

Center Staff (Team Members) Engagement Duties:

  • UPC Programs and Services: Coordinate with the Programs, Development, and Operations Teams to connect them with volunteers and interns for their work.
  • Publish weekly emails to all UPC team members with community engagement updates and upcoming events.
  • Organize activities and communications that build UPC team camaraderie and morale.

Resource Link Duties:

  • Develops and documents an electronic library of community resources for local/national services.
  • Updates and maintains UPC 211 information.
  • Creates and maintains a network of LGBTQ+ and BIPOC non-profit and grassroots organizations.

Marketing and Messaging Duties:

  • Manage and respond to social media messages and comments.
  • Develop partnerships that provide promotional items and experiences as part of campaigns to increase community engagement via social media or incentivize volunteer engagement.
  • Curate and roll out social media branding templates.
  • Content creation for images and captions posted to all UPC social media accounts.
  • Design and execution of agreed social media branding.
  • Hootesuite management for scheduling of posts.
  • Work with senior leadership to develop "Live" social media streams and/or Podcasts to engage with the community virtually.
  • Lead a team that develops our policies, procedures, and guidelines for our online and social media messaging.
  • Coordinate the general UPC social media messaging with the Web Manager.
  • Manage the UPC information line and social media to ensure that individuals reaching out to the UPC are referred to the correct individual(s)/department(s).
  • Coordinate the advertising, promotion, and recruitment for UPC events and task-specific volunteer/intern opportunities.

Community Engagement Focused on Rural Communities:

  • Assist and be visible with other Pride and partner events/fundraisers throughout Utah, particularly in historically and geographically underserved communities.
  • Serve on and/or supports steering committees for other Pride and BIPOC events throughout Utah to offer event planning and related assistance.
  • When approved by the CEO, provide sponsorship funds, required documents, UPC logo, and clear partnership expectations.

Community Engagement Focused on Marginalized/Underserved Communities:

  • Recruit and build partnerships with organizations that serve intersectionally marginalized and historically underserved portions of Utah's diverse LGBTQ+ community. Recognizing and building efforts to fill the gaps in resources for LGBTQ+ individuals of marginalized communities.
  • Design and implement initiatives to reach new groups and communities unfamiliar with the Utah Pride Center.
  • Build partnerships with organizations that serve or offer resources to LGBTQ+ individuals to ensure that access and resources are shared and accessible by LGBTQ+ members of marginalized communities.
  • Form and build an advisory committee to ensure efforts align with UPC's commitment to intersectionality and anti-racism while ensuring equitable access to UPC programs and services.

Preferences for Candidates:

  • Strong knowledge of LGBTQ+ communities and issues; high sense of responsibility and commitment to UPC mission.
  • Demonstrated ability to work with a diverse staff in a multicultural environment, including a depth of understanding and commitment to anti-racism and intersectionality.
  • BS/BA degree or equivalent related work experience.
  • Driver's license and reliable transportation required.
  • Experience in event planning.
  • Experience with social media engagement.
  • Detail orientated with strong communication and interpersonal effectiveness skills.
  • Excellent written and oral communication and presentation skills.
  • Spanish speaking a plus.
  • Flexible schedule: the ability to work evenings and weekends.

Utah Pride Center (UPC) is a proudly queer, anti-racist, affirmative action employer. Our commitment is to provide and sustain a diverse work environment that reflects the community we serve. All employment decisions at UPC are based on professional needs, job requirements, and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, national, social or ethnic origin, sex (including pregnancy), age, physical, mental or sensory disability, HIV status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital, civil union or domestic partnership status, past or present military service, family medical history or genetic information, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations of Utah. Candidates for employment at Utah Pride Center should be aware that this is a unique work environment in which topics of sexuality, sexual orientation, and gender identity are an integral part of our day-to-day community interactions. Individuals who are uncomfortable with such topics, discussions, and the occasional related graphic representations may choose not to work at UPC.

To learn more about our lifesaving programs and services, visit our website at www.utahpridecenter.org.

Email resume and cover letter stating why you want to work at the Utah Pride Center and why you would be the best fit for this position to hr@utahpridecenter.org. In the subject line, please put "Community Engagement Director – YOUR NAME."

Applications that do not follow the above will not be considered. No phone calls, please.

Applications close November 30, 2021.

 

 

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Director of Suicide Prevention & Community Education

Salt Lake City, Utah

Is remote? No


Utah Pride Center
Salt Lake City, UT

Website: http://www.utahpridecenter.org

Posted: November 2, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Utah Pride Center
Email: hr@utahpridecenter.org
Phone: 801-539-8800

Link to posting: https://utahpridecenter.org/careers/

Job Description

Location: Utah Pride Center - Salt Lake City, Utah 

Term: Full time 

Schedule: Weekdays with some evening & weekend hours required 

Salary Range: $65,000 - $75,000 with excellent benefits
(i.e., Health, Vision, & Dental Insurance, 401K Match, Generous PTO & Holidays, & many other benefits) 

Reports to: Chief Executive Officer 

About Utah Pride Center: 

The Utah Pride Center (UPC) has been serving the Salt Lake City area for more than 29 years. We are the largest LGBTQ+ community organization in Utah. Our mission is to unite, empower, and celebrate our LGBTQ+ community by providing a welcoming and safe place for education, partnerships, services, and events which advance our collective health, wellness, and success. 

Job Summary: 

The Utah Pride Center is looking for a proactive, energetic, and skilled individual to undertake an exciting and challenging position, that focuses on Suicide Prevention in Utah. The expectations are to provide suicide prevention education, resources, and support throughout Utah, with a particular focus on improving resources in rural areas. The Utah Pride Center seeks an individual to lead our team, who is inquisitive, innovative, strategic, solution-oriented, collaborative and inspired by the Pride Center’s mission, vision and values.    

Primary Responsibilities:

 

  • Develop and manage the Utah Pride Center’s suicide prevention plans and resources.
  • Develop and maintain a strategic plan for the department that includes prevention, intervention, and postvention elements.
  • Twenty-percent Direct Mental Health Services (i.e. Assessments, Individual, & Group Therapy), including facilitating survivors of suicide group.
  • Develop a robust and accredited Community and Continuing Education program conferences, workshops, special events, and direct training to organization sponcors and partners in furtherance of the Utah Pride Centers mission and values (i.e. LGBTQ Equity, DEI, Anti-Racism, Health, Suicide Prevention).
  • Assist in writing and managing grants that pertain to the department. 
  • Collect matrix/data and information regarding the programs and services and provide reports to UPC and grant administrators.
  • Work collaboratively with all other UPC Directors, Executives, and departments.
  • Manage and work with team member(s) to administer and coordinate the planning and execution of the following:
  • Oversee the department budget, fundraising, and grants
  • Manage employees within the department
  • Connect individuals and organizations with resources from UPC and other suicide prevention groups across the state 
  • Oversee and Manage Suicide Loss Support Line connecting individuals to therapy and resources
  • Develop and support community partnerships in areas such as Logan and St. George, Utah
  • Evaluate and develop new LGBTQ+ Inclusive Support Groups for Youth, Seniors and Families focused on Suicide Prevention 
  • Plan, market, and teach our QPR Suicide Prevention Training sessions and growth of this program across the state
  • Market and manage our Suicide Prevention Box program 
  • Development of SOSA group for Survivors of Suicide Attempts into SAGE and VA communities
  • Development of SOSL group for Survivors of Suicide Loss
  • Renting event space and managing community connection events
  • Assessing all programs and services and creating additional ones based on need
  • Participate in regular meetings and task forces focused on suicide prevention in Utah.
  • Maintain and grow current partnerships with both LGBTQ+ and other community organizations.
  • Develop new partnerships with a broad array of community organizations.
  • Supervise and manage a Suicide Preventions Coordinator.
  • Travel across Utah (up to 20%).

Requirements for Candidates: 

  • Masters Degree (or higher)
  • Fully Licensed Clinical Social Worker (i.e. LCSW)
  • 2-3+ years experience as a manager in a clinical role and setting.

Preferences for Candidates: 

  • Strong knowledge of LGBTQIA+ communities and issues; high sense of responsibility and commitment to UPC mission.
  • Demonstrated ability to work with a diverse staff in a multicultural environment.
  • LGBTQIA+ leadership training, internship(s) or graduate assistantship in social work or related field is a plus.
  • Demonstrated experience leading support groups is a plus.
  • Proven ability to help manage and facilitate grant applications and reports.
  • Must have own transportation and willing to travel to event and training locations.
  • Must have previous training experience and being a certified QPR instructor is a plus.
  • Detail orientated and strong communication skills.
  • Must have work experience with young children, teens, and families.
  • Strongly encouraged to have mental health familiarity and training.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills and presentation skills.
  • Spanish speaking a plus.
  • Flexible schedule: ability to work some evenings and weekends for training or tabling events.

Utah Pride Center (UPC) is a proudly queer, anti-racist, affirmative action employer. Our commitment is to provide and sustain a diverse work environment that reflects the community we serve. All employment decisions at UPC are based on professional needs, job requirements, and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, national, social or ethnic origin, sex (including pregnancy), age, physical, mental or sensory disability, HIV status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital, civil union or domestic partnership status, past or present military service, family medical history or genetic information, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations of Utah.  Candidates for employment at Utah Pride Center should be aware that this is a unique work environment in which topics of sexuality, sexual orientation, and gender identity are an integral part of our day-to-day community interactions. Individuals who are uncomfortable with such topics, discussions, and the occasional related graphic representations may choose not to work at UPC.  

To learn more about our lifesaving programs and services visit our website at utahpridecenter.org 

Email resume and cover letter in PDF stating why you want to work at the Utah Pride Center and why you would be the best fit for this position to hr@utahpridecenter.org. In the subject line please put “Director of Suicide Prevention – YOUR NAME”.  

Applications that do not follow the above will not be considered. No phone calls, please.

Applications close November 18, 2021

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Health Justice Organizer

Brattleboro, Vermont

Is remote? No


Out in the Open
Brattleboro, VT

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

Posted: November 9, 2021

Contact Information

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

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

Job Description

Our Health Justice Organizer (HJO) will be responsible for: creating, launching, staffing, and supporting volunteers and participants in our Rural LGBTQ+ Health Buddy Program (HBP). They will work directly with the Organizing + Programs Director as well with other OITO staff as part of a small collaborative team building a powerful movement of rural LGBTQ people.

The HBP is a new Out in the Open program where trained volunteers and/or the HJO accompany rural LGBTQ+ individuals, who live in Windham County, in healthcare settings to offer support to the person receiving care and help push for their needs to be met.

See the full job description and details on our website: weareoutintheopen.org/paidwork

The deadline to apply is 9AM November 29. Send materials to info@WeAreOutintheOpen.org. We will review applications as we receive them.

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GSA Network Coordinator

Burlington, Vermont

Is remote? No


Outright Vermont
Burlington, VT

Website: http://www.outrightvt.org/

Posted: November 9, 2021

Contact Information

Name: V Pearson, Director of Organizing
Email: hiring@outrightvt.org
Phone: 802-865-9677

Link to posting: https://www.outrightvt.org/hiring-gsa-network-coordinator/

Job Description

We are looking for someone with the ability to connect and center youth power and leadership, with a strong anti-oppression lens and affinity for solidarity across movements. Ideal candidate has deep facilitation skills in popular education and experiential models, and organizing experience in community and school settings. 

Salary range: $36,000-$39,000. This is a full time 35-hour per week position with comprehensive benefits, and with some nights and weekends required. Minimum 1-2 years relevant experience in the field (or combination of education and experience).

Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to hiring@outrightvt.org; applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Please include the job title and your full name in the email subject. Applicants who advance through the interview process will be asked for three references. All applicants will receive a confirmation email.

Outright Vermont is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We recognize the critical nature of being an organization comprised of diverse identities. Queer and trans people of color and trans feminine folks are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Health and Wellness Program Director

Burlington, Vermont

Is remote? No


Pride Center of Vermont
Burlington, VT

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

Posted: November 4, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Taylor Small, Health and Wellness Program Director
Email: employment@pridecentervt.org
Phone: 802-860-7812

Link to posting: https://www.pridecentervt.org/2021/11/04/were-hiring-health-wellness-program-director/

Job Description

 

Job Opening at Pride Center of Vermont
Title: Health and Wellness Program Director
Status: Full Time (40 hours per week)
Benefits: Health Insurance, Dental Coverage, and Generous Allotment of Time Off
Compensation: $50,000 annually
Reports To: Executive Director

Organizational Summary & Primary Functions

Pride Center of Vermont (PCVT) is the region’s most comprehensive community center dedicated to advancing community and the health and safety of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ+) Vermonters. PCVT celebrates, affirms, and enhances the lives, well being, and liberation of LGBTQ People in Vermont through community building, advocacy, and education.

The Health and Wellness Director leads a team of coordinators to create programming that addresses LGBTQIA+ health disparities. The Health and Wellness Director is responsible for meeting the grant deliverables included in the HIV Prevention, Tobacco, and Cancer grants provided through the Vermont Department of Health. This includes producing HIV prevention and testing programs, primarily focused on the Centers for Disease Control’s mPowerment Program (GLAM), Social Networks Testing Program, HIV Testing, Referral and Linkage to Care with embedded PrEP Navigation, the Vermont Diversity Health Project (VDHP), QTPOC Programming (THRIVE), Women’s Programming (GLOW), and training facilitation.

Duties and Responsibilities

Administrative
The position will maintain all administrative duties to keep the program in compliance with the Vermont Department of Health regulations and with any external audits and organization requirements. These duties include:

  • Collect and maintain data and track progress on grant and program goals.
  • Track use of program budgets and collect receipts for program expenses.
  • Monitor project success and report progress via quarterly and reports to the Vermont Department of Health and monthly reports to the PCVT Board of Directors.
  • Write grant requests for proposals (RFP) to maintain or increase funding for Health & Wellness programs.
  • Support maintaining a friendly and welcoming environment at PCVT by sharing ‘front desk’ and other duties with staff (drop-in support, outreach, blogging, etc).

Training
The position will facilitate ‘LGBTQ+ Best Practice’ trainings in accordance with grant requirements and community needs. These duties include:

  • Utilize, update, and offer introductory, intersectional presentations to help define identities on sexuality and gender identity—for various healthcare, human services, and helping professional audiences in need of increased LGBTQ+ competency.
  • Innovate ways of making introductory trainings accessible to a diverse range of audiences.

Program Design and Implementation

  • Oversee the mPowerment Project (GLAM), Women’s Programming (GLOW), and QTPOC Programming (THRIVE) ensuring that their different facets, such as outreach events, publicity and M-groups, are carried out successfully.
  • Create educational outreach materials and blog posts on health inequities for LGBTQ+ Vermonters and healthcare providers.
  • Plan, promote, implement and facilitate events for GLAM, GLOW, and Thrive, as well as other community outreach opportunities.
  • Recruit, train, retain, and reward volunteers on all levels of the Health and Wellness Programs.
  • Network and collaborate with appropriate organizations to build support, participation and partnerships.
  • Update, promote and innovate the Vermont Diversity Health Project (VDHP) to connect community members to safe & affirming healthcare providers across the state.
  • Provide HIV counseling, testing, and referrals through PCVT’s confidential HIV testing program after participating in certification with Vermont Department of Health.
  • Attend and participate in HIV Community Action Group meetings, Social Connectedness meetings, and Community Advisory Board of UVM Cancer Center.
  • Collaborate with national initiatives, such as Pride Study, to encourage LGBTQ+ Vermonter participation is longitudinal health studies or research.

Other duties as assigned

Preferred Qualities and Skills

PCVT is looking for an energetic, team-oriented individual to help lead the Health and Wellness Program. This person must have exceptional time management skills and follow through. This person must also be highly personable and enthusiastic about working with the diverse LGBTQ+ communities in Vermont. Knowledge of LGBTQ+ health issues and inequities in Vermont is preferred. Previous experience with the mPowerment model and certification in HIV Counseling, Testing, and Referral are a plus. Working knowledge of Excel, Powerpoint, and Word preferred. Strong communication skills are a must. Program activities take place primarily in the evenings and on weekends, therefore the candidates schedule must be flexible.

 

Please submit your resume and cover letter to employment@pridecentervt.org by Sunday, November 28th.

Pride Center of Vermont values the leadership of People of color and LGBTQ+ individuals, and strongly encourages people of all traditionally underrepresented identities to apply.

No applicant will be discriminated against because of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, religion, national origin, disability, ancestry, marital status, veteran status, medical condition or any protected category prohibited by local, state or federal laws.

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Executive Director, Equality Virginia

Richmond, Virginia

Is remote? No


Equality Virginia
Richmond, VA

Website: https://equalityvirginia.org/

Posted: October 14, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Roey Thorpe, Consultant
Phone: 5037402608

Link to posting: https://apply.workable.com/equality-virginia/j/280CEBAD4B/

Job Description

Are you looking for the leadership opportunity of a lifetime?

 Equality Virginia (EV) is seeking a passionate and experienced leader to guide the vision and strategy for the next stage of our organization’s growth and evolution. Ideal candidates will be committed to advancing racial justice and LGBTQ equality, understanding the unique needs and struggles of the LGBTQ community, as well as the intersections of various identities. EV uses public education, advocacy, and programming to pursue change, and our next Executive Director will have the experience, insight, and instincts to engage effectively with the General Assembly, executive branch, and local communities to build a Virginia where all LGBTQ people can thrive. This position calls for a movement leader who can inspire, connect, and champion our community.   

For more information about this position and to apply, use this link.

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Program Assistant

Washington

Is remote? Yes


Panorama Global
Seattle, WA

Website: https://www.panoramaglobal.org

Posted: December 1, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Debbie Zamd, Head of Program Operations

Link to posting: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GuxVmOySFvBy2ZXusctQxcwb0FjFqzya/view?usp=sharing

Job Description

HRFN is hiring a Program Assistant to join our team. They will be involved with every aspect of our work and provide direct support for membership, communications, and operations.

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Vice President, People & Culture

Washington

Is remote? Yes


Panorama Global
Seattle, WA

Website: https://www.panoramaglobal.org

Posted: November 2, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Nicole Travis, HR Generalist
Phone: 206-949-5106

Job Description

If you think you have what it takes but don't necessarily meet every single point listed below, please apply - you could be exactly who we are looking for!  

Reporting to the CEO, Panorama is recruiting a Vice President, People and Culture to lead and develop a new People and Culture department. As part of the Senior Team, the VP, People and Culture will lead, develop, and execute all of Panorama’s people needs, ensuring a strong equity-oriented culture that promotes employee development and satisfaction. Given the nature of our work, your decisions will impact Panorama’s internal people and culture strategy as well as deliver solutions for a diverse portfolio of social impact partners.  

About Panorama Global 

Panorama is a platform for social change dedicated to solving the world’s most intractable problems. Our goal is to maximize social impact by partnering with visionary leaders to codevelop solutions with audacious thinking and bold action. We serve as an intermediary, a philanthropic advisor to foundations and high-net-worth individuals, a grant-maker through collaborative funds, a fiscal sponsor and backbone organization to new and ongoing initiatives, and a consultancy offering strategic counsel and tactical support on social impact projects. 

At Panorama, our global, cross-sector partners are at the center of our work, and we tailor our approach to meet their individual needs. Our team works on strategy development, communications and advocacy, resource mobilization, organizational design, and fiscal sponsorship. Our projects tackle a wide range of societal issues including, but not limited to, pandemic preparedness, vaccines, gender equity, mental health, and the climate crises. 

Established in 2017, Panorama Global is a diverse team of aspirational thinkers with the know-how to get things done in a fast-paced and flexible environment. Over the last five years, we have grown from a team of 5 to a team of 40+, with over $34.5M in funds under management.  

As our VP, People and Culture: 

  • You are an experienced executive. You come to the table with strong opinions and moral convictions, and you’re able to take a visionary approach. You work well with an executive team that works fast, values performance, and shares what they think.
  • You are motivated to make transformational change. You believe in working for mission-driven organizations that meet the needs of stakeholders across the world. You feel a sense of responsibility for social good.
  • You apply an equity lens. You acknowledge and account for the differences in lived experience, proximity to power, and privilege as you design systems, policies, and procedures.
  • You can design and execute. You’re motivated by high growth environments that consistently navigate change. You likely have experience building systems, teams, and structures from scratch. 
  • You are mature. You understand that flexibility, adaptation, and responsiveness are keys to success, and you work to show up with presence and calm. You have high levels of integrity and ethics, and you regularly exercise sound judgement. You’re used to making multiple strategic decisions every day.
  • You are naturally collaborative. You’re a courageous advocate for people, culture, and strategy with a strong sense of self. You like working alongside teammates and you’re an excellent listener. 
  • You’re a facilitator and trainer. You’re experienced and adept at building transformational professional development experiences, and you are certified in key leadership frameworks.

Responsibilities:  

Executive Leadership 

  • Executive responsibility for all human resources-related initiatives, systems, and policies across Panorama Global, Panorama Strategy, and for Panorama’s fiscally sponsored initiatives.
  • Thought leader and partner to the CEO and Senior Team on key organizational and management issues, including employee brand, future of work, employee engagement, and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
  • Strategic leadership of people and culture, including but not limited to, Total Rewards, Talent Strategy​, Culture and Values​, Leadership and Employee Training strategy.

Supervision and Management 

  • Manage existing human resources team of two persons and assess need for additional hires.
  • Cultivate a high-performing team by prioritizing collective success, team development, clear expectation setting, and regular performance assessment.
  • Develop a long-term vision and key performance indicators for the People and Culture team, ensuring that its work aligns with and facilitates the organization’s overall needs and growth.

Operational Leadership 

  • Develop a strategic recruitment and retention plan that meets the growing needs of the organization and that aligns with the organization’s Values and Culture Compact.
  • Develop and execute plans for performance management, employee recognition, retention, and development.
  • Plan and develop effective team engagement and professional development programs.
  • Manage compensation, benefits, employee recognition and rewards, and teambuilding elements of the organizational budget.
  • Oversee the design and operation of human resources information systems that track data necessary for the organization to evaluate and monitor information related to staffing.
  • Monitor and ensure organizational compliance with state and local laws in all states in which Panorama has employees (currently 15 states plus the District of Columbia, and growing).
  • Responsible for employee handbook and all employee policies.
  • Maintain knowledge of best practices and trends in all areas of human resources, ensuring that Panorama remains an attractive place to work.
  • Liaise with employment counsel, as needed, and with external HR support when required.

Desired Qualifications 

  • Professional experience and career growth in human resources management, which includes employee relations, compensation and benefits programs, talent recruitment and retention, and professional development; senior management experience required.
  • Experience recruiting and retaining a diverse staff, experience in international staffing a plus.
  • Experience developing compensation and benefits strategies and experience developing talent to support them.
  • Proficiency with or ability to quickly understand key HRIS systems and develop plans for development or sourcing.
  • Experience managing employees in multiple states and managing a hybrid working environment. 
  • Experience working for or collaborating with various types of organizations, including corporations, foundations, multilateral agencies, and international NGOs.
  • SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP preferred
  • Fluency in written and spoken English; other language proficiencies welcomed.
  • Final offer will be contingent on a successful background check.

Salary and Benefits 

The starting salary for this position is $160,000 alongside a comprehensive benefits package including: 

  • 100% employer-paid medical, dental and vision insurance for employees
  • Paid time off and sick leave
  • 401(k) with employer contribution
  • Flexible spending accounts for health, dependent care, and transit 
  • Flexibility to work from home anywhere in the U.S (we provide the technology!) 
  • A commitment to professional development and growth

Location 

This position is available on a fully remote basis within the United States. Willingness to travel occasionally within the U.S., particularly for collaborative work and team retreats.  

How to Apply 

We’re excited to hear from you! Interested candidates, please submit a resume and cover letter to vppeople@panoramaglobal.org. Applications without cover letters will not be considered; please use this as an opportunity to convey why you want to be the Vice President, People and Culture at Panorama!

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.  

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

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

Panorama Global is tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. 

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

  

 

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Vice President, Programs

Washington

Is remote? Yes


Panorama Global
Seattle, WA

Website: https://www.panoramaglobal.org

Posted: November 3, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Nicole Travis, HR Generalist
Phone: 206-949-5106

Link to posting: https://panoramaglobal.org/careers

Job Description

If you think you have what it takes but don't necessarily meet every single point listed below, please apply - you could be exactly who we are looking for!  

 

Do you have a love of building programs and engaging people in social impact? Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit that can quickly adapt strategy to meet the changing needs of partners and programs? If so, this role will enable you to play an influential part of a broad body of work that is proving to move the needle toward a better future. 

Our dynamic, rapidly growing organization is looking for a Vice President, Programs to lead and grow an evolving portfolio of work and join the organization’s Senior Team. Reporting to the CEO, this role will be responsible for managing a diverse portfolio of social impact initiatives that work in close collaborations with cross-sector partners to solve complex problems. This role will lead program strategy development, implementation, budget management, relationship management, and business development.  

 

The successful candidate will be a forward-thinking strategic partner who will embrace our mission to accelerate social change. A nimble and seasoned leader, able to manage complexity, this leader will contribute to the overall strategy for the organization and continue to build Panorama Global’s collaborative and adaptive culture.  

 

As our VP, Programs: 

  • You are an experienced executive. You come to the table with strong opinions and moral convictions, and you’re able to take a visionary approach. You work well with an executive team that works fast, values performance, and shares what they think. 
  • You are motivated to make transformational change. You believe in working with mission-driven organizations that meet the needs of stakeholders across the world. You feel a sense of responsibility for social good. 
  • You have a growth mindset and are excited to be part of a growing, evolving and dynamic organization. 
  • You can both design and execute. You’re motivated by high growth environments that consistently navigate change. You likely have experience building systems, teams, and structures from scratch.  
  • You are mature. You understand that flexibility, adaptation, and responsiveness are keys to success, and you work to show up with presence and calm. You have high levels of integrity and ethics, and you regularly exercise sound judgement. You’re used to making multiple strategic decisions every day. 
  • You apply an equity lens. You acknowledge and account for the differences in lived experience, proximity to power, and privilege as you design systems, policies, and procedures. 
  • You are results-oriented and experienced at driving measurable change and social impact.  
  • You are naturally collaborative, and a creative strategist and problem solver.  
  • You are a disciplined manager who can balance day to day team needs and management with long term team development   
  • You are an empathetic leader, naturally collaborative and eager to listen and learn from team members and partners. 
  • You are a leader who can foster an inclusive, vibrant and innovative culture driven by Panorama’s Values and Culture Compact.  

 

Responsibilities 

Executive Leadership 

  • Serve as a key strategic and thought partner to the CEO as Panorama continues to grow its diverse portfolio of social impact initiatives.  
  • Participate in critical elements of institutional decision-making and provide strategic vision at the executive level. 
  • Contribute to Panorama’s ongoing evolution and growth as a platform for social change. 
  • Cultivate a high-performing team by prioritizing collective success, team development, clear expectation setting, and regular performance assessment. 
  • Develop a long-term vision and key performance indicators for Program team to ensure that work aligns with and facilitates Panorama’s mission and vision.  

 

Program Leadership and Management 

  • Lead the development and execution of innovative social impact initiatives. These initiatives include supporting the smooth functioning of collaboratives of organizations working toward common goals and hosting networks in which organizations come together to solve complex problems. 
  • Oversee program strategy, key performance indicators, project deliverables, and stakeholder engagement. 
  • Identify the necessary systems, processes, and tools needed to better support the facilitation, collection, and sharing of knowledge that is generated by programs. 
  • Ensure that key program outcomes and relationships are leveraged for maximum social impact. 
  • Partner with CEO and Senior Team to determine how to operationalize new ideas, including structuring and staffing models. 
  • Collaborate with key cross-functional departments to develop new approaches and processes for cross-functional knowledge sharing and successful program development and execution. 

 

New Opportunity and Business Development  

  • Maintain robust knowledge of social impact sector and trends to proactively identify pathways for Panorama Global to partner with other organizations to achieve social impact goals. 
  • Partner with the CEO and senior leadership team to assess new opportunities and make recommendations based on strategic alignment and feasibility. 
  • Drive new opportunities and partnerships by serving as an organizational brand ambassador and representing the organization and communicating our unique value proposition to external partners  
  • Leverage network to build business development pipeline and grow portfolio of innovative programs and collaborative funds 

 

Desired Qualifications  

  • Professional experience and career growth in social impact program development, strategy, and management; senior management experience required.  
  • Robust knowledge of the social impact sector and experience working on a diverse range of programs, in particular through a system change lens.  
  • Experience working with a variety of high-level internal and external stakeholders, demonstrating the ability to nurture strong relationships and navigate complex situations. 
  • Experience working with a range of cross-sector partners, such as non-profits, foundations, philanthropists, multilateral organizations, government institutions, social entrepreneurs, and corporations.  
  • Commitment to Panorama Global’s approach to change and the ability to serve as an ambassador for the organization. 
  • Proven experience in driving decision-making and developing strategic solutions. 
  • Ability to foster teamwork, develop and mentor others, and build collaborative relationships; proven track record leading teams and building organizational culture in a fast-changing environment. 
  • Ability to embrace ambiguity and maintain a sense of perspective and sense of humor through challenge, uncertainty and change. 
  • Fluency in written and spoken English; other language proficiencies welcomed 

 

Location 

This position is available on a fully remote basis within the United States. Willingness to travel occasionally. 

 

Salary and Benefits 

The starting salary for this position is $160,000 alongside a comprehensive benefits package including: 

  • 100% employer-paid medical, dental and vision insurance for employees 
  • Paid time off and sick leave 
  • 401(k) with employer contribution 
  • Flexible spending accounts for health, dependent care, and transit  
  • Flexibility to work from home anywhere in the U.S (we provide the technology!)  
  • A commitment to professional development and growth 

 

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How to Apply 

We’re excited to hear from you! Interested candidates, please submit a resume and cover letter to on our Careers Page portal. Applications without cover letters will not be considered; please use this as an opportunity to convey why you want to be the Vice President, Programs at Panorama! 

 

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.  

 

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

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

 

Panorama Global is tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Panorama Strategy is a social purpose corporation incorporated under the laws of the State of Washington.  

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

 

Final offer will be contingent on successful background check. 

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Program Officer

Washington

Is remote? Yes


Panorama Strategy
Seattle, WA

Website: http://www.panorama-strategy.com

Posted: November 4, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Nicole Travis, HR Generalist
Phone: 206.949.5106

Link to posting: https://panoramaglobal.freshteam.com/jobs

Job Description

Position Summary 

Are you a creative problem solver, strong collaborator, and a master doer? Do you thrive in a fast-paced, ambiguous, and growing environment where you can flex a variety of strengths and problem-solve based on dynamic challenges? Are you passionate about the intersection of strategic communications, research, issue advocacy, policy, and stakeholder engagement? Do you have experience building strategies while also harnessing a nimble mindset that allows you to quickly shift tactics without losing sight of overall goals? If so, this role will enable you to support organizations seeking to create a better future. Panorama Strategy works with a variety of partners, including small and large foundations, non-profits, private sector, philanthropists, and multi-lateral agencies.   

 

Our dynamic, growing organization seeks a Program Officer (PO) to join the team. We are seeking someone who has experience in the global health and/or global development sectors with an ability to actively listen, build trusting relationships with key partners, and provide creative, strategic recommendations to optimize project outcomes. This position is responsible for supporting a portfolio of client-facing projects, monitoring developments in key issue areas, actively identifying new business opportunities, and synthesizing a high volume of complex information to make connections.  

 

This position reports to a Director. This position is open to being fully remote within the United States on a permanent basis. 

 

Essential Duties & Responsibilities 

Client/Project Management  

  • Support a portfolio of two or more client-facing projects, which includes managing day-to-day relationships with partners, leading critical portions of calls and meetings, and owning major deliverables  
  • Propose ideas and recommendations on approaches related to strategic communications, advocacy, and/or stakeholder engagement based on understanding of clients' goals and the issue area landscape
  • Collaborate with project teams on complex workstreams to develop vision/strategy for projects and facilitate conversations with multiple stakeholders to drive towards alignment  
  • Anticipate emerging crises and opportunities, effectively communicating implications for clients and offering recommendations for path forward 
  • Work independently and in collaboration with team members to ensure the successful execution of complex workstreams 
  • Synthesize large quantities of input from both a micro- and macro-level to make connections and strategic recommendations 
  • Conduct mapping and analysis of stakeholders, frameworks, donor strategies, policy priorities, and activities within a sector and draw out insights and implications to inform strategic decisions that maximize social impact 

 

Organizational Support  

  • Play an active role in business growth by identifying partnership opportunities, drafting materials to cultivate of new projects, and pursuing new issue areas where our team can fill a gap 
  • Support colleagues at all levels by providing real-time feedback and coaching  
  • Monitor developments in key issue areas and flag opportunities for further engagement 
  • Contribute to efforts to promote an organizational culture of continuous learning and improvement by proactively sharing information and lessons learned from projects, incorporating those learnings into action, and holding yourself and your colleagues accountable for results 
     

Typical Program Officer Qualifications at Panorama: 

  • Bachelor’s degree and seven years of professional experience or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience; experience developing strategies related to policy, advocacy, or communications required 
  • At least one year of experience working in global development or global health 
  • Demonstrated ability to strategize, conceptualize, structure, and lead projects  
  • Strong analytical skills and the ability to write both strategically and creatively under tight deadlines 
  • Experience in stakeholder or client management that includes experience working with corporations, foundations, multilateral agencies, and international NGOs  
  • Ability to successfully work in unstructured/ambiguous situations, creatively problem solve, and make recommendations  
  • Proactively works to improve processes, takes initiative, and displays a growth mindset 
  • Fluency in written and spoken English required 

 

Desired Qualifications 

  • Consulting experience a plus 
  • Previous international experience a plus  
  • Fluency in other languages a plus  

 

Benefits 

The salary range for this position is $85,000 to $100,000 depending on experience. 

 

Panorama offers a competitive salary and a benefits package, including 100% employer-paid medical, dental, and vision insurance for employees, paid time off and sick leave, 401(k) with employer contribution, as well as flexible spending accounts for health, dependent care, and transit, and a commitment to professional development and growth. 

 

How to Apply 

Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter on our Careers Page Portal here. In your cover letter, please address the following questions: Why are you interested in working at Panorama Strategy; what applicable experience and skills would you bring to this role, specifically related to policy, advocacy, and/or communications work; and what do you hope this role could offer you to continue growing in your professional career? 

 

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis with priority review for applications received by 5:00 PM PT on November 12, 2021.  

 

The hiring process for this role includes a phone screen, written skills assessment, and interviews with the Panorama Strategy team.  

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Grants Program Officer

Washington

Is remote? Yes


Pride Foundation
SEATTLE, WA

Website: http://www.pridefoundation.org

Posted: November 8, 2021

Contact Information

Name: Kim Sogge, Director of Programs
Email: kims@pridefoundation.org

Link to posting: https://pridefoundation.org/about-us/work-with-us/grants-program-officer/

Job Description

About Pride Foundation 

Pride Foundation fuels transformational movements to advance equity and justice for LGBTQ+ people in all communities across the Northwest. We envision a world in which all LGBTQ+ people live safely and openly as our whole selves in the communities we call home.  

Founded in 1985, we are the only LGBTQ+ community foundation in the Northwest, and have invested more than $72 million in nonprofit organizations, local leaders, and student scholars through our grants, scholarships, and initiatives. We work in the Northwest states of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington. Pride Foundation has an operating budget of more than $5 million and 15 full-time employees, 5 of whom are fully remote and 10 who are currently remote, but previously worked at our headquarters in Seattle, WA.  Pride Foundation is governed by a Board of Directors with 22 members from across the five-state region with diverse professional and lived experiences.    

As an organization and as individuals, we are committed to anti-racism, and strive to center racial equity and justice throughout our organization and all aspects of our programmatic work. Together, we are intentionally and actively building an internal culture that reflects this commitment, and an organization where our team members can thrive. All team members are a part of this work and are active participants in building our culture. Read more about the work culture we are building  here.   

 

About the Two Opportunities

This job announcement is for two Grants Program Officer positions that are currently available. While the portfolios will be distinct for these roles, the primary responsibilities and necessary skills and qualifications are the same. In order to simplify the experience for candidates and be thoughtful with your time, we will only be running one hiring process for both positions, and at the end of the process two candidates will be selected. All applicants will be considered for both roles and only need to submit one set of materials.  

 

About Pride Foundation’s Grants Program

Pride Foundation fuels transformational movements for equity and justice led by community groups and nonprofit organizations across the Northwest, and our grantmaking specifically focuses in groups and organizations in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington We prioritize funding for LGBTQ+ groups and organizations that are (1) BIPOC led and centered, (2) working at the intersections of communities, issues, geographies, (3) innovatively supporting our communities when or where nobody else is, and (4) are smaller, grassroots LGBTQ+ led organizations who may not have access to mainstream funding sources.  

As the only LGBTQ+ community foundation in the Northwest, and one of unfortunately few philanthropic institutions intentionally investing in LGBTQ+ communities, we play a critical role for smaller, grassroots, LGBTQ+ led and focused organizations who often do not have the same level of access to institutional funding. By strategically investing in these organizations, we have the opportunity to make a bigger impact on the ecosystem of support for LGBTQ+ people in the Northwest. 

 

Position Summary

Pride Foundation’s Grants Program Officer (GPO)is a key position within the Programs department. The GPO brings a wealth of knowledge in transformative philanthropy, anchored in racial justice and anti-oppressive principles that center community trust, and is an expert in relationships and community building. 

We are looking for a thoughtful, creative, relationship-builder who can develop, lead, and implement Pride Foundation’s grantmaking strategies in line with our values and best practices in Trust-Based Philanthropy. This role will be part of a team continuing to evolve and shift our grantmaking practices.  

The GPO reports to the Director of Programs. This is a full-time, exempt position. Flexibility to work some evenings, weekends, and occasionally travel are necessary. This position is currently remote, and candidates should live in, or be willing to relocate to, one of the five Northwest states Pride Foundation serves. Staff members in the greater Puget Sound region will have the option to work out of our headquarters office in Seattle in the future once conditions of the pandemic make in-person work safe again, and accommodations for home office or co-working space are made for all other team members.  

 

Primary Responsibilities

The Grants Program Officer will be responsible for the successful execution of Pride Foundation’s grantmaking strategies. This includes a significant amount of community outreach, thoughtful relationship building, and identifying new and emerging groups working across our 5-state region.  

The GPO is also responsible for the day-to-day implementation of Pride Foundation’s grantmaking strategies including conducting research, due diligence, and all communications with community partners and grantees.  

Community Outreach and Relationship Building (40%) 

  • Lead development and evolution of region-wide outreach strategy in collaboration with the Grants team including sharing feedback, learnings, and working to integrating community knowledge into program strategies.  
  • Lead implementation of outreach plan and relationship building, including managing day-to-day communication with community partners/grantee partners and providing thoughtful and proactive support and technical assistance.  
  • Identify and build relationships with new and emerging organizations and groups that are in line with Pride Foundation’s priority communities, in partnership with the Grants team.  
  • Coordinate and conduct check-ins and relationship building meetings with community partner organizations and grantees, including writing and maintaining reports, and distilling key learnings and trends in LGBTQ+ communities across the region.  
  • Implement Trust Based principles throughout all outreach, including actively researching and identifying Trust Based Philanthropy best practices and sharing recommendations for process evolution. 
  • Identify strategies for Pride Foundation to support the unique needs of non-501c3 or non-fiscally sponsored groups, including collecting expenditure responsibility information.  

Grants Program Implementation and Project Management (30%) 

  • Lead implementation of all aspects of Pride Foundation’s grantmaking programs and initiatives including participating in strategy development, outreach, administrative processes, and due diligence.  
  • Collaborate with Program Operations Manager to create, evolve, and maintain a platform for grants management, including tracking communications, contact and updates from community partners. 
  • As needed, support organizations in determining alignment with Pride Foundation’s grantmaking programs, and in certain cases, providing additional technical assistance and support to organizations in securing funding from Pride Foundation.  
  • Collaborate with Director of Programs and Senior Communications Manager to share grants program stories, including messaging on outreach plans, program structure, and alignment with organizational mission and values.  

Grantmaking Strategies (20%) 

  • Support strategy and development of new funding models and initiatives for Pride Foundation. 
  • Research grantmaking best practices including (but not limited to): Social Justice Philanthropy, Trust Based Philanthropy, and Participatory Grantmaking, and share recommendations for evolution of strategies and processes.  

Organizational Culture and Racial Justice (10%) 

  • Understand and integrate racial justice into individual and team workplans, and broader strategic planning efforts.  
  • Commit to personal growth, learning, and transformation, taking initiative to expand your understanding of racial justice and related principles, issues, and practice and how they apply to your and our work.    
  • Meaningfully participate in caucus groups, organizational learning sessions, and other opportunities to shape our organizational culture.   
  • Work to acknowledge, address, and eliminate individual, institutional, and structural racism and its intersections with other forms of oppression in your and our work.  
  • Actively participate in evolving the organizational culture at Pride Foundation to be mission-focused, inclusive, values-aligned, and community-centered.  
  • Grow and apply the skills and practices needed to create an inclusive organizational culture including (but not limited to): clear and kind communication, giving and receiving feedback, mutual accountability, and self-care and boundaries.   
  • Contribute to developing a culture of philanthropy at Pride Foundation by incorporating friend and fund raising as appropriate throughout work.  

     

Qualifications: Skills and Experience  

The ideal candidate will have a mix of these skills, experiences, and competencies gained through paid and unpaid experiences.  

  • Demonstrated commitment to Pride Foundation’s mission and to building a racially just, equitable, and inclusive environment through all levels of the organization.  
  • Demonstrated understanding and experience working on issues related to intersectional social justice (including racial, LGBTQ+, gender, disability, economic, and/or reproductive justice.) 
  • Demonstrated experience working with LGBTQ+ communities and/or communities disproportionately impacted by injustice, including communities of color, trans and non-binary communities, indigenous communities and tribal nations, immigrant communities, rural communities, etc.  
  • 2+ years of experience in program management, design, and implementation 
  • 2+years of experience in community organizing and/or outreach, particularly within BIPOC, Two Spirit, trans, non-binary, intersex and/or gender diverse communities 
  • Strong experience building deep, trusting, and lasting community relationships, and the ability to collaborate and work as part of a team.  
  • Outstanding organizational skills, attention to detail, and the ability to manage multiple deadlines and priorities. 

While not required, these are additional skills and experiences we are looking for in candidates:

  • Experience working with communities in the geographical region of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington, and/or across rural, small town, and urban areas. 
  • Experience working within the nonprofit or foundation community. 

     

Salary and Benefits 

Pride Foundation determines its staff salaries using the Washington Nonprofit Wage & Benefit Annual Survey. Each salary is based on the average of similar positions in organizations of comparable size and are competitive for the field. For this position, the salary range is $62,000 –$68,000, depending on experience.  

Excellent employer-paid benefits: medical (includes coverage of gender-confirming health services and procedures), dental, and vision coverage along with disability insurance, employer retirement account contribution, and option for employee to invest in an individual retirement account. 

Pride Foundation has a 4-day, 32-hour work week, with the option for this position to be entirely remote (either set up to work from home or in co-working space), or to be based out of the Seattle headquarters. Candidates must reside within the 5-state region we work in, or be willing to relocate to the region.  

 

To Apply 

Pride Foundation is a proud equal opportunity employer committed to an inclusive work environment and to building a team that reflects the rich diversity of our community. People of color, people with disabilities, and people of diverse sexual orientations, gender expressions and identities who are underrepresented in the field of philanthropy are encouraged to apply. 

Send (1) letter of interest and (2) resume to the hiring manager for this role, Kim Sogge at kims@pridefoundation.org Please include “Grants Program Officer” in the subject line of your email.  

In your letter of interest, please make it a point to address the skills and experiences you bring to this role, as outlined above. We would appreciate you specifically addressing:  

  • Your commitment to Pride Foundation’s work and mission  
  • Why you are interested in this role in particular 
  • How your lived and professional experience would make you successful in this role  

 Interested candidates are encouraged to submit their applications by November 28th, 2021. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, though applications submitted after the deadline will be considered on a case by case basis. The positions will be filled as soon as the appropriate candidate is found, as the positions are available immediately. 

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