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CenterLink's Job Board shows current job openings at LGBT community centers as well as at other organizations and institutions whose work is closely related to the needs and interests of LGBT communities.

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Arizona


Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Tucson, Arizona
Southern Arizona Aids Foundation (SAAF - EON YOUTH CENTER)
Tucson, AZ
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California


Vice President, Finance and Operations
California
Hopelab
CA
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Executive Director
Corte Madera, California
The Spahr Center
Corte Madera, CA
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Housing Locator
Los Angeles, California
Alliance for Housing and Healing
Los Angeles, CA
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Housing Specialist
Los Angeles, California
Alliance for Housing and Healing
Los Angeles, CA
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Certified Nursing Assitant
Los Angeles, California
APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA
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Dental Assistant
Los Angeles, California
APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA
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Housing Specialist
Los Angeles, California
APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA
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Housing Specialist - Outreach
Los Angeles, California
APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA
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Intensive Case Manager
Los Angeles, California
APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA
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Maintenance Coordinator
Los Angeles, California
APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA
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Recruiter
Los Angeles, California
APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA
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Site Coordinator, Administrative
Los Angeles, California
APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA
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Director of Human Resources
Los Angeles, California
Equality California
Sacramento, CA
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Site Coordinator, Nutrition II
North Hollywood, California
APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA
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Director of Human Resources
Sacramento, California
Equality California
Sacramento, CA
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Director of People & Culture
Sacramento, California
Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA
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Grant & Program Sustainability Manager
Sacramento, California
Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA
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Chief Financial Officer
SACRAMENTO, California
Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA
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Director of Youth, Family, and Adult Services
SACRAMENTO, California
Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA
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Facilites Coordinator & Custodian
SACRAMENTO, California
Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA
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Senior Research Scientist (Principal Researcher)
San Francisco, California
Hopelab
San Francisco, CA
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Behavioral Health and Wellness Manager
Santa Barbara, California
Pacific Pride Foundation
Santa Barbara, CA
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Behavioral Health and Wellness Manager
Santa Barbara, California
Pacific Pride Foundation
Santa Barbara, CA
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Community Outreach and Education Coordinator – Bilingual
Santa Maria, California
Pacific Pride Foundation
Santa Barbara, CA
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HIV Services Manager
SF Bay Area (Marin County), California
The Spahr Center
Corte Madera, CA
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Colorado


LGBTQ Movement Building & Policy Researcher
Colorado
Movement Advancement Project
Denver, , CO
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Youth Program Director
Boulder, Colorado
Out Boulder County
Boulder, CO
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Connecticut


Program Coordinator
Hartford, Connecticut
Girls on the Run Greater Hartford
Hartford, CT
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Florida


Development Director
Orlando, Florida
Zebra Coalition
Orlando, FL
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Georgia


Director of Development
Atlanta, Georgia
SOJOURN
Atlanta, GA
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Illinois


Corporate Relations Officer
Chicago, Illinois
Center on Halsted
Chicago, IL
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Minnesota


Executive Director
Minnesota
National Gay Pilots Association (NGPA)
MD
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Missouri


Youth Acceptance Project (YAP) Family Advocate Social Worker
Independence , Missouri
Fosteradopt Connect
Independence , MO
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New York


DEPUTY DIRECTOR FOR CAMPAIGNS
New York, New York
ACLU
New York, NY
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Major Gifts Officer
New York, New York
Outright International
New York, NY
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Executive Director of SAGE Services
New York, New York
SAGE USA
New York, NY
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Pennsylvania


Executive Development Officer
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Mazzoni Center
Philadelphia, PA
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Texas


Staff Accountant
Dallas, Texas
Resource Center
Dallas, TX
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Youth & Families Coordinator
Pflugerville, Texas
Out Youth
Austin, TX
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Youth & Families Coordinator
Pflugerville, Texas
Out Youth
Austin, TX
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Utah


Major Gifts Officer
Salt Lake City, Utah
Utah Pride Center
Salt Lake City, UT
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Washington


Finance Manager
Seattle, Washington
Gay City: Seattle's LGBTQ Center
Seattle, WA
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Senior Program Officer, Scalable Solutions – Accelerating Social Change Leadership (ASCL) Initiative
Seattle, Washington
Panorama Global
Seattle, WA
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Senior Project Manager, Peer Learning Communities
Seattle, Washington
Panorama Global
Seattle, WA
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Director of Programs
SEATTLE, Washington
Pride Foundation
SEATTLE, WA
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Executive Director
Tacoma, Washington
The Rainbow Center - Tacoma
Tacoma, WA
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Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Tucson, Arizona

Is remote? No


Southern Arizona Aids Foundation (SAAF - EON YOUTH CENTER)
Tucson, AZ

Website: http://saaf.org/

Posted: November 22, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Jenny Carrillo, Consultant/Recruiter

Link to posting: https://www.indeed.com/job/nonprofit-chief-executive-officer-ceo-c8fb706761ed3be7

Job Description

The Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation (SAAF) is seeking a dynamic, experienced and dedicated non-profit professional to be our next Chief Executive Officer.

Qualified candidates will have non-profit executive leadership experience in a large organization, with evidence of financial acumen, change management, work with diverse communities, program development, effective fundraising and community collaboration, navigation of complex contracts and federal funding.  Candidates must also be able demonstrate commitment to social justice and working with LGBTQ+, low-income, houseless or other marginalized populations.  

Apply by January 4, 2023 for priority consideration.

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Vice President, Finance and Operations

California

Is remote? Yes


Hopelab
CA

Website: https://hopelab.org/

Posted: November 17, 2022

Contact Information

Name: KN

Link to posting: https://www.on-ramps.com/jobs/2867

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Executive Director

Corte Madera, California

Is remote? No


The Spahr Center
Corte Madera, CA

Website: https://thespahrcenter.org

Posted: October 12, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Kevin Chase
Email: search@kevinchasesearch.com

Link to posting: https://kevinchasesearch.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/SpahrCenter.EDRecruitmentProfile2.0.pdf

Job Description

Located in Corte Madera, CA, (about 30 minutes north of San Francisco) The Spahr Center serves LGBTQ+ and HIV-affected communities throughout Marin County. It is the largest and longest established LGBTQ+ community center in the County which is home to 260,000 people.  The Spahr Center was created in 2014 through the merger of two existing organizations, the Marin AIDS Project (est. in 1984) and Spectrum LGBTQ Center (est. in 1982), both originally founded by national and local LGBTQ local community leader Janie Spahr. As Marin County’s LGBTQ+ community center and AIDS Service Organization, the agency provides both cultural and community programs as well as health programs and direct services.

The Executive Director will assume day-to-day operating and oversight responsibility for The Spahr Center, including Organizational Leadership, Fundraising & Communications, Staff Supervision & Development, Financial Management (including contract and grant compliance), Community Building and Outreach, and Board Relations.

Current Spahr Center organizational priorities (as identified recently by internal and external stakeholders) include:

  • Ensuring financial sustainability through growth and diversification of fundraising programs, capacity, and results
  • Broadening outreach and engagement with traditionally underserved populations; in particular, BIPOC and trans/nonbinary individuals
  • Improving, expanding, and bringing innovation to both HIV/AIDS and LGBTQ+ programs and services
  • Strengthening operational systems and structures that support people, programs, and organizational growth, prioritizing diversity, equity, and inclusion at all levels of the organization
  • Further establishing The Spahr Center’s position as a leader in LGBTQ+ and HIV services and a valued community partner in Marin County.

In partnership with the Board of Directors, the E.D. will oversee the continued implementation of the 2021-2025 Strategic Plan and lead the organization’s pursuit of more fully and inclusively responding to the needs of a growing and diverse LGBTQ+ community. The E.D. will also function as a primary representative of The Spahr Center, and of the clients and communities it serves, at public events, in the media, and in coalition with other allied community organizations and leaders.

CANDIDATE PROFILE:

The Executive Director of The Spahr Center will be an experienced, visionary, and principled nonprofit leader capable of operationalizing and advancing the agency’s strategic plan and organizational priorities. Successful candidates for this position will demonstrate passion for The Spahr Center’s mission and the communities it serves, as well as personal familiarity with the issues currently facing the LGBTQ+ community and people living with HIV/AIDS; ideally from lived experience. They should  be empathetic, warm, and people-centered, while at the same time bringing professional skills and knowledge of systems, processes, and policies to lead the organization to new levels of growth and success. Regardless of professional background, the ability to lead effectively across differences in age, sexual orientation, gender identity, racial and ethnic background, ability, and socioeconomic status is essential.

Required Skills and Experience (Must Have):

  • Minimum of seven years of successful senior leadership and management experience (CEO, Executive Director, Deputy Director or similar), ideally in a nonprofit environment;
  • Successful track record of nonprofit revenue development including government contracts, individual donors, corporate and foundation giving, and special event fundraising;
  • Experience identifying and developing new and innovative revenue streams;
  • Excellent people and team management skills with proven ability to positively coach and mentor staff while also ensuring accountability for results and outcomes;
  • Strong financial management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, decision making and reporting in an organization of comparable (or larger) size and complexity;
  • Ability to cultivate strategic relationships with clients, volunteers, funders, elected officials and policy makers, community partners, LGBTQ+/HIV/AIDS movement leaders, and allies;
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication, presentation, and facilitation skills;
  • Intersectional understanding of LGBTQ+ social, political, and equity issues and ability to connect authentically with diverse people, populations, and audiences;
  • Demonstrated capacity to lead all aspects of a non-profit agency, including board governance; program development, implementation, and evaluation; community relations and marketing; HR/employee relations; oversight of operations, administration, and facilities; etc.

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS:

The Spahr Center is offering a comprehensive compensation package that includes a base salary in the range of $120,000 to $140,000 depending on skills and experience – and full benefits. Benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance (with 100% of premium costs covered by The Spahr Center); 3 weeks of paid vacation; 13 paid holidays annually; a 403(b) retirement savings plan; and long-term disability, AD&D, and life insurance.

TO APPLY:

Inquiries, nominations, or applications (including a resume and cover letter framing interest and fit with this Recruitment Profile) can be sent in confidence, to search@kevinchasesearch.com. We are pleased to answer any questions or supply further information.

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Housing Locator

Los Angeles, California

Is remote? No


Alliance for Housing and Healing
Los Angeles, CA

Website: https://alliancehh.org/

Posted: October 17, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Alice Noriega, HR Assistant
Email: anoriegatorres@aplahealth.org
Phone: 2132015030

Link to posting: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/V...

Job Description

Alliance’s mission is to provide essential housing and supportive services to people living in poverty with HIV/AIDS or other challenging health conditions. Our priority is in strengthening the safety net in Los Angeles County (LAC) for people caught in the downward spiral of chronic disease, hunger and homelessness. Alliance provides a full continuum of care for men, women, children, and families living with HIV/AIDS. Because in Alliance we believe in a world in which hope is restored and lives are saved through homes, help, and healing. For more information, please visit us at alliancehh.org

 We offer great benefits, competitive pay, and great working environment! 

We offer:

  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance (no cost for employee)
  • Vision Insurance (no cost for employee)
  • Long Term Disability
  • Group Term Life and AD&D Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • 10 Paid Holidays
  • 5 Personal Days
  • 10 Vacation Days
  • 12 Sick Days
  • Metro reimbursement or free parking
  • Employer Matched 403b Retirement Plan

This is a great opportunity to make a difference!

This position will pay $22.35 - $26.60 hourly. Salary is commensurate with experience.

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Housing Locator is responsible to work with landlords, owners and property managers within Los Angeles County to identify housing opportunities and secure a housing inventory for Alliance for Housing and Healing homeless clients. This includes educating prospective landlords, owners and management firms how subsidy programs work and services that will be provided. The Housing Locator provides support and guidance to property managers with the intention of mitigating tenant related issues and the deterrence of evictions.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Create and implement a landlord recruitment and retention plan.
  • Set up meetings with new owners and property managers to explain rental assistance programs and support services.
  • Build long term relationships with owners and property managers to maintain and increase their participation.
  • Negotiate with landlords experiencing conflict with tenants to find compromise and solutions to problems to avoid client evictions.
  • Maintain awareness of changes in rental market and resources that may impact housing inventory and landlord participation.
  • Maintain a database of owners and landlords working with the agency.
  • Collaborate with designated agency staff regarding issues that may affect client tenancy.
  • Educate staff and clients on federal, state and local fair housing laws.
  • Complete reports and statistical data requests to maintain compliance with agency funders.

OTHER DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED TO MEET BUSINESS NEEDS.

REQUIREMENTS:

Training and Experience:

  • Highschool diploma or GED.
  • 2 years of experience in property management.
  • Experience in Sales/Marketing.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong problem solving and conflict resolution skills with a solution-oriented approach.

Knowledge of:

  • Demonstrated knowledge of fair housing laws and practices.
  • Understanding of the homeless population and willingness to house our vulnerable clientele.

Ability to:

  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively with agency staff.
  • Ability to be comfortable in a flexible and growth oriented environment.

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

This is primarily an office position that requires only occasional bending, reaching, stooping, lifting and moving of office materials weighing 25 pounds or less. The position requires daily use of a personal computer and requires entering, viewing, and revising text and graphics on the computer terminal and on paper.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must possess a valid California drivers license; proof of auto liability insurance; and have the use of a personal vehicle for work related purposes.

COVID-19 Vaccination and Booster or Medical/ Religious Exemption required.

Equal Opportunity Employer: minority/female/disability/transgender/veteran.    

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Housing Specialist

Los Angeles, California

Is remote? No


Alliance for Housing and Healing
Los Angeles, CA

Website: https://alliancehh.org/

Posted: October 31, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Alice Noriega, HR Assistant
Email: anoriegatorres@aplahealth.org
Phone: 2132015030

Link to posting: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/V...

Job Description

Alliance’s mission is to provide essential housing and supportive services to people living in poverty with HIV/AIDS or other challenging health conditions. Our priority is in strengthening the safety net in Los Angeles County (LAC) for people caught in the downward spiral of chronic disease, hunger and homelessness. Alliance provides a full continuum of care for men, women, children, and families living with HIV/AIDS. Because in Alliance we believe in a world in which hope is restored and lives are saved through homes, help, and healing. For more information, please visit us at alliancehh.org

We offer great benefits, competitive pay, and great working environment! 

We offer:

  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance (no cost for employee)
  • Vision Insurance (no cost for employee)
  • Long Term Disability
  • Group Term Life and AD&D Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • 10 Paid Holidays
  • 5 Personal Days
  • 10 Vacation Days
  • 12 Sick Days
  • Metro reimbursement or free parking
  • Employer Matched 403b Retirement Plan

This is a great opportunity to make a difference!

This position will pay $22.36 - $26.60 hourly. Salary is commensurate with experience.

POSITION SUMMARY:

Under the direction of the Los Angeles Regional Director, promote the housing stability of people living with HIV through the provision of Housing Support Services, with an emphasis on location affordable housing options and establishing collaborative relations with community-based organizations.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Screen clients for housing programs eligibility, conduct client intake, assessment, and formulae housing plans to assess housing barriers and determine housing and services needs identify, refer, and link clients to appropriate resources, inclusive of risk reduction goals, public benefits options, and employment.
  • Provide monthly follow-up, including home visits to provide on-site supportive services to ensure housing retention.
  • Assist clients who qualify for HOPWA and other housing programs to complete applications, develop housing plans, and obtain the most appropriate housing situation for that individual.
  • Assist clients in completing applications for housing and financial assistance programs.
  • Communicate basic life skills and educate clients about neighborhood amenities, services, and transportation.
  • Apply knowledge and educate clients about tenant rights and responsibilities.
  • Maintain and complete organized working file, update all client records, case notes and copies of all corresponding paperwork of client participation and progress towards goals and objectives in data base programs in Salesforce and Bitfocus.
  • Identify affordable housing options and conduct site visits of appropriate properties.
  • Work with landlords and property developers to advocate for clients; assist with applying for multiple HOPWA grants, Move-in, rental assistance, etc.
  • Identify alternative housing resources for clients who do not qualify for HOPWA, including low-income housing units.
  • Assist in linking clients to APLA Health services/programs and other community agencies/programs.
  • Advocate for needed services on behalf of the client.
  • Maintain statistical client data, including entering client data into organizational database.
  • Attend mandatory meetings, trainings, supervisory sessions and stay abreast of current trends and innovations in the field of assisted public housing.
  • Attend staff meetings and individual supervision meetings at Alliance Housing and Healing. Assist and provide On-Call coverage.
  • Strictly adhere to HIPPA guidelines and regulations to protect patient rights and confidentiality of protected health information (PHI), including, but not limited to, personal and financial information.
  • Assume other duties as assigned.

OTHER DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED TO MEET BUSINESS NEEDS.

REQUIREMENTS:

Training and Experience:

  • Bachelors degree in Human Services field (Psychology, Sociology, Health Sciences, or related field) preferred or a minimum of two years professional experience related to housing; or a minimum of 150 hours of intern/volunteer experience at Alliance Housing and Healing or APLA Health. Experience working in a high-volume environment where attention to detail and timely completion of task are required.
  • Demonstrate professional behavior in with a client centered focus is consistently employed.
  • Must be bilingual in English and Spanish. 

Knowledge of:

Housing and social services needs of low-income persons, housing resources in Los Angeles County, and HIV related issues and concerns. Additional knowledge of public benefits, back to work issues, primary care resources, treatment adherence and counseling techniques preferred. This position request knowledge and expertise in the use of the internet, Microsoft Office programs, with an emphasis on Excel and using formulas, and web-based reporting systems i.e., Salesforce and Bitfocus.

Ability to:

Work in a fast-paced environment with attention to detail, coordinate multiple tasks, meet assigned deadlines, learn specific systems quickly and thoroughly, and communicate effectively with clients from diverse background as well as with government representatives.

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

This is primarily an office position that requires only occasional bending, reaching, stooping, lifting, and moving of office materials weighing 25 pounds or less. The position requires daily use of a personal computer and requires entering, viewing, and revising text and graphics on the computer terminal and on paper.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must possess a valid California drivers license; proof of auto liability insurance; and have the use of a personal vehicle for work related purposes.

COVID-19 Vaccination and Booster or Medical/ Religious Exemption required.

Equal Opportunity Employer: minority/female/disability/transgender/veteran.    

To Apply:

Visit our website at www.aplahealth.org  to apply or click the link below:

https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=106596&clientkey=E99635ED152FDE810FA3612431855AA6

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Certified Nursing Assitant

Los Angeles, California

Is remote? No


APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA

Website: https://aplahealth.org/

Posted: October 3, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Alice Noriega Torres, Human Resources Assistant
Email: anoriegatorres@aplahealh.org
Phone: 2132015030

Link to posting: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/V...

Job Description

Alliance’s mission is to provide essential housing and supportive services to people living in poverty with HIV/AIDS or other challenging health conditions. Our priority is in
strengthening the safety net in Los Angeles County (LAC) for people caught in the downward spiral of chronic disease, hunger and homelessness. Alliance provides a housing continuum of care for men, women, children, and families living with HIV/AIDS. Because in Alliance we believe in a world in which hope is restored and lives are saved through homes, help, and healing. For more information, please visit us at alliancehh.org
We offer great benefits, competitive pay, and great working environment!
We offer:
• Medical Insurance
• Dental Insurance (no cost for employee)
• Vision Insurance (no cost for employee)
• Long Term Disability
• Group Term Life and AD&D Insurance
• Employee Assistance Program
• Flexible Spending Accounts
• 10 Paid Holidays
• 5 Personal Days
• 10 Vacation Days
• 12 Sick Days
• Metro reimbursement or free parking
• Employer Matched 403b Retirement Plan
This is a great opportunity to make a difference!
POSITION SUMMARY:
The Certified Nursing Assistant works at the Alliance for Housing and Healing's group home. This position is on-call and may work any day or hour of the week as needed.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 Oversee 10-12 group home residents during an assigned shift.
 Present and observe that residents receive prescribed medications. Count and document the supply of controlled medications at shift changes
 Ensure a tidy home by completing chores including vacuuming, cleaning, and laundry.
 Prepare healthy meals.
 Make arrangements for residents to receive necessary healthcare and other services as needed and prescribed per medical provider
 Collaborate with the rest of the group homes team to assure the best care is provided to our residents.
OTHER DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED TO MEET BUSINESS NEEDS.
REQUIREMENTS:
 High School Diploma or GED Equivalent.
 Completion of CA Nursing Program with CNA certification or Home Health Aide certification.
 One year experience in a residential care facility
 Mental health care background
 CPR Certification
 First Aid Certification
 CNA Certification
Ability to:
Must be able to pass a California Department of Justice background check.
WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
This is primarily an office position that requires only occasional bending, reaching, stooping, lifting and moving of office materials weighing 25 pounds or less. The position requires daily use of a personal computer and requires entering, viewing, and revising text and graphics on the computer terminal and on paper.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Must possess a valid California drivers license; proof of auto liability insurance; and have the use of a personal vehicle for work related purposes. COVID-19 Vaccination or Medical/ Religious Exemption required.
Equal Opportunity Employer: minority/female/disability/veteran.
Visit our website at www.alliancehh.org to apply or click the link below:
https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=69959&clientkey=E99635ED152FDE810FA3612431855AA6&jpt=c3f9ae3c977ed5930b45485cd9116578

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Dental Assistant

Los Angeles, California

Is remote? No


APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA

Website: https://aplahealth.org/

Posted: October 17, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Lilia Saucedo-Medrano, Associate Director of Human Resources
Email: LSaucedo@apla.org
Phone: 2132011338

Link to posting: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/V...

Job Description

APLA Health’s mission is to achieve health care equity and promote well-being for the LGBT and other underserved communities and people living with and affected by HIV. We are a nonprofit, federally qualified health center serving more than 14,000 people annually. We provide 20 different services from 15 locations throughout Los Angeles County, including: medical, dental, and behavioral health care; PrEP counseling and management; health education and HIV prevention; and STD screening and treatment. For people living with HIV, we offer housing support; benefits counseling; home health care; and the Vance North Necessities of Life Program food pantries; among several other critically needed services. Additionally, we are leaders in advocating for policy and legislation that positively impacts the LGBT and HIV communities, provide capacity-building assistance to health departments across the country, and conduct community-based research on issues affecting the communities we serve. For more information, please visit us at aplahealth.org.

We offer great benefits, competitive pay, and great working environment! 

We offer:

  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance (no cost for employee)
  • Vision Insurance (no cost for employee)
  • Long Term Disability
  • Group Term Life and AD&D Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • 10 Paid Holidays
  • 5 Personal Days
  • 10 Vacation Days
  • 12 Sick Days
  • Metro reimbursement or free parking
  • Employer Matched 403b Retirement Plan

This is a great opportunity to make a difference!

This position will pay $22.35 - $26.59 hourly. Salary is commensurate with experience.

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Dental Assistant Floater works under the supervision of licensed Dentist. As a Dental Assistant Floater, you will provide patient care and chair-side support to the Dentist during patient treatment. Other duties include instrument sterilization, maintaining dental office cleanliness and asepsis, assisting in language translation between doctor and patient, and other front office duties as needed. This position will require traveling based on scheduling needs to help fill for staff vacancies and or staff shortages for all clinic sites.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide efficient chair-side assistance to the Dentist in the clinic.
  • Welcome and greet every patient in the clinic.
  • Help patients feel comfortable before, during and after treatment.
  • Help provide direct patient care in all dental specialties, including endodontics and oral surgery.
  • Prepare the treatment room, have instruments, equipment and materials ready.
  • Position instruments for Dentist access, be prepare to suction and pass instruments when needed or requested by the Dentist or Hygienist.
  • Provide information to the patient by answering questions and request.
  • Maintain patient record by taking dental histories and medical histories.
  • Take and record vital signs before treatment initiates.
  • Perform patient charting as instructed by the Dentist.
  • Take digital radiographs and organized them electronically (x-rays).
  • Take impressions as instructed by the Dentist and pour models.
  • Fabricate temporary restorations (if licensed by the Dental Board of California)
  • Perform coronal polishing (if licensed by the Dental Board of California).
  • Clean, pack and sterilize instruments and use correct PPE when handling sterile and non-sterile instruments.
  • Provide post-operative instructions as prescribed by the Dentist.
  • Maintain a clean and safe environment by complying with the procedures, rules and regulations of the clinic.
  • Protect yourself and patients by adhering to infection-control policies and procedures.
  • Ensure operations for dental equipment by completing preventative maintenance requirements following manufacturers instructions.
  • Maintain inventory of dental supplies
  • Maintain all logs required for APLAs Health equipment in compliance for our annual DSR audit tool
  • Help Dentist manage dental and medical emergencies by maintaining a CPR certification, have knowledge of where the medical emergency kit and oxygen tank are stored.
  • Assist in maintaining OSHA and HIPPA compliance.
  • Schedule patient appointments when needed.
  • Assist the front office when needed.
  • Be a visible representative of APLA Health & Wellness in the community and occasionally network with other community-based organizations to help improve relationships and ensure maximum availability of resources for our patients.

OTHER DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED TO MEET BUSINESS NEEDS.

REQUIREMENTS:

Training and Experience:

  • Must be a high school graduate or equivalent
  • A minimum of 1 year of recent and relevant experience working in the dental field and dental administration with a Dental Assistant Certificate or a minimum of 3 years of recent and relevant experience working in the dental field and dental administration without a Dental Assistant Certificate.
  • X-ray license issued by the Dental Board of California or willing to get the license within the first 45 days of employment
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.
  • CPR Certified

Knowledge of:

  • Universal precautions and infection control
  • OSHA and HIPAA regulations
  • Dental Terminology
  • Dental materials and usage
  • HIV/AIDS medical issues (preferred but not required)
  • Microsoft Office Software Programs

Ability to:

  • Fluently speak in the Spanish Language
  • Work independently and responsibly
  • Treat patients with respect, compassion, and confidentiality
  • Work effectively as a team member in a busy dental practice
  • Be self-motivated and maintain the commitment to excellence of APLA Health & Wellness
  • Learn and become proficient with eClinicals Works, Dexis, KaVo OP3D
  •  

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

This is primarily an office position that requires only occasional bending, reaching, stooping, lifting and moving of office materials weighing 25 pounds or less. The position requires daily use of a personal computer and requires entering, viewing, and revising text and graphics on the computer terminal and on paper.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must possess a valid California drivers license; proof of auto liability insurance; and have the use of a personal vehicle for work related purposes.

COVID-19 Vaccination and Booster or Medical/ Religious Exemption required.

Equal Opportunity Employer: minority/female/disability/veteran.    

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Housing Specialist

Los Angeles, California

Is remote? No


APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA

Website: https://aplahealth.org/

Posted: October 3, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Alice Noriega, Human Resources Assistant
Email: anoriegatorres@aplahealth.org
Phone: 2132015030

Link to posting: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/V...

Job Description

Alliance’s mission is to provide essential housing and supportive services to people living in poverty with HIV/AIDS or other challenging health conditions. Our priority is in strengthening the safety net in Los Angeles County (LAC) for people caught in the downward spiral of chronic disease, hunger and homelessness. Alliance provides a housing continuum of care for men, women, children, and families living with HIV/AIDS. Because in Alliance we believe in a world in which hope is restored and lives are saved through homes, help, and healing. For more information, please visit us at alliancehh.org/

 We offer great benefits, competitive pay, and great working environment! 

We offer:

  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance (no cost for employee)
  • Vision Insurance (no cost for employee)
  • Long Term Disability
  • Group Term Life and AD&D Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • 10 Paid Holidays
  • 5 Personal Days
  • 10 Vacation Days
  • 12 Sick Days
  • Metro reimbursement or free parking
  • Employer Matched 403b Retirement Plan

This is a great opportunity to make a difference!

POSITION SUMMARY:

Under the direction of the Metro West Program Manager, promote the housing stability of people living with HIV through the provision of Housing Support Services, with an emphasis on location affordable housing options and establishing collaborative relations with community-based organizations.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Screen clients for housing programs eligibility, conduct client intake, assessment, and formulae housing plans to assess housing barriers and determine housing and services needs identify, refer, and link clients to appropriate resources, inclusive of risk reduction goals, public benefits options, and employment.
  • Provide monthly follow-up, including home visits to provide on-site supportive services to ensure housing retention.
  • Assist clients who qualify for HOPWA and other housing programs to complete applications, develop housing plans, and obtain the most appropriate housing situation for that individual.
  • Assist clients in completing applications for housing and financial assistance programs.
  • Communicate basic life skills and educate clients about neighborhood amenities, services, and transportation.
  • Apply knowledge and educate clients about tenant rights and responsibilities.
  • Maintain and complete organized working file, update all client records, case notes and copies of all corresponding paperwork of client participation and progress towards goals and objectives in data base programs in Salesforce and Bitfocus.
  • Identify affordable housing options and conduct site visits of appropriate properties.
  • Work with landlords and property developers to advocate for clients; assist with applying for multiple HOPWA grants, Move-in, rental assistance, etc.
  • Identify alternative housing resources for clients who do not qualify for HOPWA, including low-income housing units.
  • Assist in linking clients to APLA Health services/programs and other community agencies/programs.
  • Advocate for needed services on behalf of the client.
  • Maintain statistical client data, including entering client data into organizational database.
  • Attend mandatory meetings, trainings, supervisory sessions and stay abreast of current trends and innovations in the field of assisted public housing.
  • Attend staff meetings and individual supervision meetings at Alliance Housing and Healing. Assist and provide On-Call coverage.
  • Strictly adhere to HIPPA guidelines and regulations to protect patient rights and confidentiality of protected health information (PHI), including, but not limited to, personal and financial information.
  • Assume other duties as assigned.

OTHER DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED TO MEET BUSINESS NEEDS.

REQUIREMENTS:

Training and Experience:

  • Bachelors degree in Human Services field (Psychology, Sociology, Health Sciences, or related field) preferred or a minimum of two years professional experience related to housing; or a minimum of 150 hours of intern/volunteer experience at Alliance Housing and Healing or APLA Health. Experience working in a high-volume environment where attention to detail and timely completion of task are required.
  • Demonstrate professional behavior in with a client centered focus is consistently employed.

Knowledge of:

Housing and social services needs of low-income persons, housing resources in Los Angeles County, and HIV related issues and concerns. Additional knowledge of public benefits, back to work issues, primary care resources, treatment adherence and counseling techniques preferred. This position request knowledge and expertise in the use of the internet, Microsoft Office programs, with an emphasis on Excel and using formulas, and web-based reporting systems i.e., Salesforce and Bitfocus.

Ability to:

Work in a fast-paced environment with attention to detail, coordinate multiple tasks, meet assigned deadlines, learn specific systems quickly and thoroughly, and communicate effectively with clients from diverse background as well as with government representatives.

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

This is primarily an office position that requires only occasional bending, reaching, stooping, lifting, and moving of office materials weighing 25 pounds or less. The position requires daily use of a personal computer and requires entering, viewing, and revising text and graphics on the computer terminal and on paper.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must possess a valid California drivers license; proof of auto liability insurance; and have the use of a personal vehicle for work related purposes. COVID-19 Vaccination or Medical/ Religious Exemption required.

Equal Opportunity Employer: minority/female/disability/veteran.  

To Apply:

Visit our website at www.aplahealth.org  to apply or click the link below:

https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=94074&clientkey=E99635ED152FDE810FA3612431855AA6

 

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Housing Specialist - Outreach

Los Angeles, California

Is remote? No


APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA

Website: https://aplahealth.org/

Posted: October 3, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Alice Noriega Torres, Human Resources Assistant
Phone: 2132015030

Link to posting: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/V...

Job Description

POSITION SUMMARY:

Under the Direction of the Los Angeles Regional Director, promote the housing stability of people living with HIV through the provision of Housing Support Services, with an emphasis on locating affordable housing options.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Screen clients for housing programs eligibility, including a comprehensive intake.
  • Asses all clients for maintenance with HIV primary care and medication adherence.
  • In collaboration with the client, develop a comprehensive housing plan and ISP, inclusive of risk reduction goals, public benefits options, and employment.
  • Assist clients who qualify for HOPWA and other housing programs to complete applications, develop housing plans and obtain the most appropriate housing situation for that individual.
  • Assist clients with move-in and rental subsidy HOPWA applications.
  • Assist clients who qualify for Section 8 and other housing programs with completing applications.
  • Identify affordable housing options and conduct site visits of appropriate properties.
  • Coordinate and identify outreach opportunities directed at services providers and clients.
  • Conduct outreach to service providers and clients.
  • Develop a calendar for outreach events.
  • Work with landlords and property developers to advocate for clients; assist with the application process, fees, etc.
  • Coordinate the pickup and delivery of materials to/from the CCA.
  • Maintain and update all client records and progress note all interactions in client-level database programs.
  • Assist clients with emergency hotel and motel voucher applications.
  • Identify alternative housing resources for clients who do not qualify for HOPWA, including low-income housing units
  • Maintain a resource directory of affordable housing options.
  • Complete client follow-up to measure outcomes, inclusive of home visits according to contract guidelines.
  • Promote the adoption and maintenance of healthy behaviors by providing education and support to clients.
  • Assist in linking clients to APLA services/programs and other community agencies/programs.
  • Advocate for needed services on behalf of clients.
  • Prepare charts and forms in accordance with HOPWA and APLA policies and procedures.
  • Attend mandatory HOPWA training meetings.
  • Attend staff meetings and individual supervision meetings at APLA.
  • Participate in client conferencing and clinical supervision when indicated.
  • Assist and provide On-call coverage.
  • Strictly adhere to HIPAA guidelines and regulations to protect patient rights and confidentiality of protected health information (PHI), including, but not limited to, personal and financial information.

OTHER DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED TO MEET BUSINESS NEEDS.

REQUIREMENTS:

Training and Experience:

Bachelor's degree in a Human Services field (Psychology, Sociology, Health Sciences, or a related field) required and a minimum of two years professional experience related to housing or case management; or, a minimum of 150 hours of intern/volunteer experience at Alliance Housing and Healing or APLA Health. Experience working in a high volume environment where attention to detail and timely completion of tasks are required. Demonstrate professional behavior in which a client-centered focus is consistently employed.

Knowledge of:

Housing and social service needs of low-income persons, housing resources in Los Angeles County, and HIV related issues and concerns. Additional knowledge of public benefits, back to work issues, primary care resources, treatment adherence and counseling techniques preferred. The position requires knowledge and expertise in the use of the internet, Microsoft Office programs, with an emphasis on Excel and using formulas, and web-based reporting systems.

Ability to:

Work in a fast-paced environment with an attention to detail, coordinate multiple tasks, meet assigned deadlines, learn specific systems quickly and thoroughly, and communicate effectively with clients from diverse backgrounds as well as with government representatives.

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

This is primarily an office position that requires only occasional bending, reaching, stooping, lifting and moving of office materials weighing 25 pounds or less. The position requires daily use of a personal computer and requires entering, viewing, and revising text and graphics on the computer terminal and on paper. This position requires working in the field conducting outreach and attending community meetings.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must possess a valid California drivers license; proof of auto liability insurance; and have the use of a personal vehicle for work related purposes. COVID-19 and Booster or Medical/ Religious Exemption required.

An equal opportunity employer: minority/ female/ disability/ veteran.

To apply visit alliancehh.org or visit link below:

https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=90335&clientkey=E99635ED152FDE810FA3612431855AA6

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Intensive Case Manager

Los Angeles, California

Is remote? No


APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA

Website: https://aplahealth.org/

Posted: October 3, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Alice Noriega Torres, Human Resources Assistant
Phone: 2132015030

Link to posting: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/V...

Job Description

Alliance’s mission is to provide essential housing and supportive services to people living in poverty with HIV/AIDS or other challenging health conditions. Our priority is in strengthening the safety net in Los Angeles County (LAC) for people caught in the downward spiral of chronic disease, hunger and homelessness. Alliance provides a full continuum of care for men, women, children, and families living with HIV/AIDS. Because in Alliance we believe in a world in which hope is restored and lives are saved through homes, help, and healing. For more information, please visit us at alliancehh.org

 We offer great benefits, competitive pay, and great working environment! 

We offer:

  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance (no cost for employee)
  • Vision Insurance (no cost for employee)
  • Long Term Disability
  • Group Term Life and AD&D Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • 10 Paid Holidays
  • 5 Personal Days
  • 10 Vacation Days
  • 12 Sick Days
  • Metro reimbursement or free parking
  • Employer Matched 403b Retirement Plan

This is a great opportunity to make a difference!

POSITION SUMMARY:

An Intensive Case Manager (ICM) is responsible for assisting clients who are homeless and who have a chronic illness or physical disability in every stage of the housing stabilization process. Services are provided most often in the clients home, and include intensive coordination and evaluation of the clients needs, abilities, and progress in gaining access and maintaining health, mental health, benefits and housing stability.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Confirm eligibility upon receipt of client referrals, assist clients with gathering other program eligibility documentation, and complete project intake forms.
  • Conduct an initial face-to-face DHS-approved comprehensive psychosocial assessment within two (2) business days of the clients enrollment.
  • Develop and implement an individualized case management service plan with the client to address the needs identified in the initial DHS-approved psychosocial assessment.
  • Conduct DHS-approved comprehensive reassessments and update case management services plan on an ongoing basis, but not less than once every three (3) months.
  • Assist client with access to temporary crisis housing and placement (e.g., emergency shelters, transitional livings, motel vouchers, crisis beds, etc.) until permanent housing placement is secured.
  • Assist client in completing applications for Section-8, other low-income housing programs and accompany clients to all related appointments.
  • Provide housing location services, such as rental lists, cold call rental ads on behalf of the client, internet search, CHIRPLA website, and field housing search.
  • Assist clients with the timely completion, submission and coordination of lease agreements.
  • Coordinate move-in and provide tenant orientation, including but not limited to educating clients about neighborhood amenities, services and transportation.
  • Maintain regular ongoing face-to-face client contact, including home visits and accompaniment to medical appointments with clients, at a minimum of three (3) or more face-to-face visits per week at initial engagement.
  • Ensure clients are linked to and accessing health, mental health, and substance use services, and other supportive services, as needed and provide ongoing monitoring and follow-up.
  • Assists clients in learning to use fiscal resources through budget planning and instructions in spending, and obtaining income and/or establishing benefits and assisting with applications to entitlements including SSI, SSDI, GR, Unemployment, health insurance benefits, etc.
  • Assist clients with locating and securing employment and volunteer and/or educational opportunities.
  • Provide transportation, as needed, by means of bus fare/pass or private vendor. Assist clients with increasing their capacity to meet their own transportation needs.
  • Assist clients with accessing services to address their immediate needs (e.g., access to temporary housing, food, clothing and other basic necessities).
  • Assist clients with life skills and community participation
  • Assist clients with gaining, restoring, improving and/or maintaining daily independent living, social/leisure, and personal hygiene skills.
  • Assist clients with maintaining medication and treatment regimens, including accompanying clients to appointments with health, mental health and/or other care providers.
  • Assist clients with monitoring any legal issues and making appropriate referrals to overcome any barriers to accessing and maintaining permanent housing and supportive services (e.g., credit history, criminal records, and pending warrants).
  • Educate clients about tenant rights and responsibilities, including but not limited to effective communication between property owners, ICM, neighbors, and compliancy to lease agreements, house rules, paying rent, eviction prevention, etc.
  • Document within the clients records all eviction prevention interventions provided.
  • Work with property management staff and Housing for Health partners to help clients resolve issues that threaten their housing stability. Meet jointly with clients and property management staff to address issues and develop plans for improvement.
  • For clients who are transitioning out of intensive case management services, staff shall coordinate activities with other service providers to ensure that the client receives assistance with relocating to other affordable housing and linking to ongoing primary health care, behavioral health services, and other supportive services. These activities shall be conducted with the cooperation and/or authorization of the client to be noted within the case closure documentation.
  • Maintain a caseload ratio of one (1) full-time equivalent intensive case manager to 20-40 clients (based on acuity), unless other approved by The Los Angeles County Department of Health Services.
  • Maintain organized and accurate client records and statistical data, including appropriate case notes and input client information into database.
  • Participate in regular staff meetings, staff training programs, supervisory sessions, quarterly program meetings, and accept the responsibility for aiding the development of positive team relationships.
  • Adhere to agency policy, procedures and the professional code of ethics.

OTHER DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED TO MEET BUSINESS NEEDS.

REQUIREMENTS:

Training and Experience:

Bachelors degree required and a minimum of 1 year experience working with the homeless population. Bilingual in Spanish required. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook) and Internet. Must have strong verbal and written communication skills. Must be sensitve to cultural and socioeconomic characteristics of population served.

Knowledge of:

Strong knowledge of the complexity of HIV/AIDS-related issues, chronic homelessness, and co-morbidities, including mental illness, trauma, substance abuse, aging, and chronic health issues, as well as the internal and external factors that negatively impact low-income and multi-ethnic communities.

Ability to:

Ability to work both independently and as part of a team. Well-organized and detail-oriented with the ability to handle multiple tasks while meeting deadlines.

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

This is primarily an office position that requires only occasional bending, reaching, stooping, lifting and moving of office materials weighing 25 pounds or less. The position requires daily use of a personal computer and requires entering, viewing, and revising text and graphics on the computer terminal and on paper.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must possess a valid California drivers license; proof of auto liability insurance; and have the use of a personal vehicle for work related purposes. COVID-19 Vaccination or Medical/Religious Exemption required.

Equal Opportunity Employer: minority/female/transgender/disability/veteran.

To Apply:

Visit our website at www.alliancehh.org to apply or click the link below:

https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=98145&clientkey=E99635ED152FDE810FA3612431855AA6

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Maintenance Coordinator

Los Angeles, California

Is remote? No


APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA

Website: https://aplahealth.org/

Posted: October 3, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Alice Noriega Torres, Human Resources Assistant
Email: anoriegatorres@aplahealth.org
Phone: 2132015030

Link to posting: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/V...

Job Description

Alliance’s mission is to provide essential housing and supportive services to people living in poverty with HIV/AIDS or other challenging health conditions. Our priority is in strengthening the safety net in Los Angeles County (LAC) for people caught in the downward spiral of chronic disease, hunger and homelessness. Alliance provides a full continuum of care for men, women, children, and families living with HIV/AIDS. Because in Alliance we believe in a world in which hope is restored and lives are saved through homes, help, and healing. For more information, please visit us at alliancehh.org

 We offer great benefits, competitive pay, and great working environment! 

We offer:

 

  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance (no cost for employee)
  • Vision Insurance (no cost for employee)
  • Long Term Disability
  • Group Term Life and AD&D Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • 10 Paid Holidays
  • 5 Personal Days
  • 10 Vacation Days
  • 12 Sick Days
  • Metro reimbursement or free parking
  • Employer Matched 403b Retirement Plan

This is a great opportunity to make a difference!

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Maintenance Coordinator will primarily be responsible for coordinating between property owners/managers to ensure timely attention to resident requests. In addition, the Maintenance Coordinator and Assistant Housing Manager will have shared responsibilities for intakes and relocations as well as unit inspections.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Maintain and develop communications with vendors and landlords.
  • Avert possible evictions of master-leased units by maintaining professional relationships with property owners and managers, promptly addressing their concerns.
  • Compose correspondence, memos, reports as directed.
  • Participate in agency staff meetings, trainings and in-services.
  • Participate in outreach, service planning networks, other meetings as appropriate.
  • Work closely with Housing Specialists, Social Workers and Supportive Service Coordinators to assist with housing retention efforts and facilitate communication among the involved parties.
  • Remain up to date on available housing resources and assistance.
  • Perform additional tasks as assigned by supervisor.
  • Perform basic maintenance as needed, including changing door locks, checking smoke detectors, etc.
  • Assume responsibility for maintaining keys and key logs in the PSH program.
  • Ensure timely invoicing and oversees submission for payment of contracted work.
  • Facilitate the purchase of necessary household goods including appliances, furniture and move-in packages.

OTHER DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED TO MEET BUSINESS NEEDS.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • HS Diploma or GED equivalent.
  • Minimum of 2 years experience with vendor management.
  • Minimum of 1 year experience servicing residents/clients in their unit.
  • Competency working with our client population, which includes 1) persons who are experiencing or who have experienced homelessness; 2) persons with dual diagnoses; 3) persons with substance abuse challenges; 4) persons living with HIV/AIDS; 5) persons who identify with the LGBT community.
  • Knowledge of community resources in Los Angeles County.
  • Strong knowledge of the complexity of HIV/AIDS-related issues, chronic homelessness, and co- morbidities, including mental illness, trauma, substance abuse, aging, and chronic health issues.
  • Excellent active listening and crisis intervention skills with ability to model good judgment.
  • Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and priorities, work independently as well as a member of a team.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook) and Internet.

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

This position involves both fieldwork and office work including bending, reaching, stooping, lifting and moving of office materials or equipment related to client units weighing 25 pounds or less. The position requires daily use of a personal computer and requires entering, viewing, and revising text and graphics on the computer terminal and on paper.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must possess a valid California drivers license; proof of auto liability insurance; and have the use of a personal vehicle for work related purposes.

COVID-19 Vaccination or Medical/ Religious Exemption required.

Equal Opportunity Employer: minority/female/transgender/disability/veteran.

To Apply:

Visit our website at www.alliancehh.org to apply or click the link below:

https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=104323&clientkey=E99635ED152FDE810FA3612431855AA6

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Recruiter

Los Angeles, California

Is remote? No


APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA

Website: https://aplahealth.org/

Posted: November 14, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Lilia Saucedo-Medrano, Associate Director of Human Resources
Email: LSaucedo@apla.org
Phone: 2132011338

Link to posting: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/V...

Job Description

APLA Health’s mission is to achieve health care equity and promote well-being for the LGBT and other underserved communities and people living with and affected by HIV. We are a nonprofit, federally qualified health center serving more than 14,000 people annually. We provide 20 different services from 15 locations throughout Los Angeles County, including: medical, dental, and behavioral health care; PrEP counseling and management; health education and HIV prevention; and STD screening and treatment. For people living with HIV, we offer housing support; benefits counseling; home health care; and the Vance North Necessities of Life Program food pantries; among several other critically needed services. Additionally, we are leaders in advocating for policy and legislation that positively impacts the LGBT and HIV communities, provide capacity-building assistance to health departments across the country, and conduct community-based research on issues affecting the communities we serve. For more information, please visit us at aplahealth.org.

We offer great benefits, competitive pay, and great working environment! 

We offer:

  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance (no cost for employee)
  • Vision Insurance (no cost for employee)
  • Long Term Disability
  • Group Term Life and AD&D Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • 10 Paid Holidays
  • 5 Personal Days
  • 10 Vacation Days
  • 12 Sick Days
  • Metro reimbursement or free parking
  • Employer Matched 403b Retirement Plan

This is a great opportunity to make a difference!

This position will pay $58,240 - $69,635 annually. Salary is commensurate with experience.

POSITION SUMMARY:

Under the direction of the Associate Director of Human Resources, the Recruiter is responsible for the successful recruitment of positions using a variety of creative and effective recruitment methods.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Consults with hiring managers to define specific recruitment needs and plan the hiring process.
  • Develops job postings for company web site as well as other recruitment sources including social media.
  • Researches association publications, web sites and other appropriate resources on which to post opportunities.
  • Researches and attends job fairs, conferences and other recruitment opportunities.
  • Identifies and source candidates on job boards, resume databases, professional networks and through referrals.
  • Assist with the development of promotional materials, such as banners and posters to be used in recruitment events.
  • Reviews resumes/CVs/applications and phone screens candidates to verify work history, education, training, job skills, and to seek salary requirement to determine fit for the organization.
  • Interviews candidates when necessary for positions in order to present best candidates to hiring manager.
  • Refers qualified applicants to hiring manager.
  • Manages all communication with candidates from the moment they apply until they get onboard.
  • Maintains an on-going candidate tracking worksheet/database reflecting documentation of open positions, where positions were posted, interviews scheduled, conversation had, offers made or not made, offers accepted or not accepted, reasons for offers declined, etc.
  • Follows up and obtains feedback from interviewers and candidates after interview to determine interest on all parties' behalf in a timely manner.
  • Consults with the Associate Director of Human Resources regarding contingent salary offers.
  • Notifies HR Coordinator of the approved offer and the coordinator will generate the contingent offer letter and place the applicant in background.
  • Track the status of the background checks.
  • Generate final offer letters to be signed by the Director of Human Resources.
  • In conjunction with the HR Coordinator, arrange for onboarding of hired staff.
  • Tracks and verifies all invoices and funds spent on external recruitment resources; including job postings, ad placements, third party placement fees, etc. Analyzes effectiveness of advertising and resources used.
  • Contacts new hires after 30 and 60 days to determine satisfaction with the process and assess opportunities for improvement.
  • Stays current on local, regional and national hiring trends and practices; researches competitor's activities to keep informed of changes affecting APLA’s ability to hire and retain top talent. Provides to the Director of Human Resources input to improve hiring related processes.

OTHER DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED TO MEET BUSINESS NEEDS.

REQUIREMENTS:

 Training and Experience:

 Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business or related field and 3 years recruiting experience of which 2 years must have been in healthcare recruiting or 6 years recruiting experience of which 2 years must have been in healthcare. Must have excellent: interpersonal, organizational, and negotiation skills.  Strong oral and written communication skills required. Must be persistent and persuasive. Advanced proficiency in various computer applications, e.g., outlook, excel spreadsheet, word and applicant tracking. Experienced working with HRIS systems. Very strong customer service orientation and positive attitude is required.

 

Knowledge of:

Healthcare job market trends knowledge needed. Knowledgeable of state and federal laws related to employment. 

Ability to:

 Must be able to establish rapport and effective working relationships with hiring managers and staff.

Must be able to prioritize multiple responsibilities and manage a large workload within tight deadlines.  Must have the ability to develop alternative solutions to problems and be highly self-motivated.  Ability to independently plan, organize, prioritize, schedule, coordinate, and make decisions relating to assigned tasks is necessary.

 

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

This is primarily an office position that requires frequent bending, reaching, and repetitive hand movements, standing, walking, squatting and sitting, with some lifting, pushing and pulling exerted regularly. The position requires daily use of a personal computer and requires entering, viewing, and revising text and graphics on the computer terminal and on paper.

Other requirements:

 Hearing: Adequate to perform job duties in person and over the telephone.

Speaking: Must be able to communicate clearly in person and over the telephone.

Vision: Visual acuity adequate to perform job duties, including reading information from printed sources and computer screens.

 

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must possess a valid California driver’s license; proof of auto liability insurance; and have the use of a personal vehicle for work related purposes. COVID-19 Vaccination and Booster or Medical/ Religious Exemption required.

Equal Opportunity Employer: minority/female/disability/transgender/veteran.    

To Apply:

Visit our website at www.aplahealth.org  to apply or click the link below:

https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=73615&clientkey=A5559163F67395E0A2585D2135F98806

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Site Coordinator, Administrative

Los Angeles, California

Is remote? No


APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA

Website: https://aplahealth.org/

Posted: October 31, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Lilia Saucedo-Medrano, Associate Director of Human Resources
Email: LSaucedo@apla.org
Phone: 2132011338

Link to posting: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/V...

Job Description

APLA Health’s mission is to achieve health care equity and promote well-being for the LGBT and other underserved communities and people living with and affected by HIV. We are a nonprofit, federally qualified health center serving more than 14,000 people annually. We provide 20 different services from 15 locations throughout Los Angeles County, including: medical, dental, and behavioral health care; PrEP counseling and management; health education and HIV prevention; and STD screening and treatment. For people living with HIV, we offer housing support; benefits counseling; home health care; and the Vance North Necessities of Life Program food pantries; among several other critically needed services. Additionally, we are leaders in advocating for policy and legislation that positively impacts the LGBT and HIV communities, provide capacity-building assistance to health departments across the country, and conduct community-based research on issues affecting the communities we serve. For more information, please visit us at aplahealth.org.

We offer great benefits, competitive pay, and great working environment! 

We offer:

  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance (no cost for employee)
  • Vision Insurance (no cost for employee)
  • Long Term Disability
  • Group Term Life and AD&D Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • 10 Paid Holidays
  • 5 Personal Days
  • 10 Vacation Days
  • 12 Sick Days
  • Metro reimbursement or free parking
  • Employer Matched 403b Retirement Plan

This is a great opportunity to make a difference!

This position will pay $21.84 - $25.65 hourly. Salary is commensurate with experience.

NOTE: This position works a 4/10 schedule. Tuesday - Friday 8am - 7pm.

POSITION SUMMARY:

Under the direction of the Program Manager of the Necessities of Life Program (NOLP), provide program support to clients and the program in order to increase client access to services, monitor contract compliance, and quality assurance measures.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Complete NOLP client eligibility interviews to determine eligibility for the NOLP program, both within the agency and by outside referral agencies.
  • Complete documentation of client assessments including data entry, referrals and notification to clients regarding status and follow-up with their enrollment application.
  • Provide enrollment assistance to clients both in person and by telephone.
  • Complete a monthly review of client eligibility on existing NOLP clients. Audit program files to ensure compliance with contract requirements.
  • Maintain programs client files, ensuring that all filing is up-to-date.
  • Conduct new client orientations as needed or requested.
  • Assist with the maintenance of NOLP sites including: distributing groceries; encountering client visits; ensuring a security guard is present, and working with the Site Coordinators with maintaining the sites inventory.
  • Assist with program outreach and activities to educate clients and service providers about the services NOLP provides, program eligibility, and enrollment procedures.
  • Attend program meetings, required trainings, and regularly scheduled one-on-one supervision meetings with the NOLP Program Manager.
  • Participate in program staff meetings by taking minutes and preparing the agenda.
  • Act as liaison with community organizations facilitating referrals to NOLP.
  • In the absence of NOLP Program Manager, act as liaison with contract monitors seeking information about NOLP.
  • Maintain a resource directory of additional food resources in the community.
  • Prepare all documentation as it relates to requirements of funding sources. Maintain these documents ensuring that the most up-to-date program documents are available and used at expansion sites.
  • Maintain client and volunteer confidentiality with regard to agency HIPAA policies.
  • Prepare reports and client records as required by Funders, Finance, and Program Manager.
  • Attend program funder meetings as necessary.
  • Host the programs annual community provider meetings, updating community partners and other referring agencies about the programs eligibility requirements.
  • Respond to clients in an empathetic and courteous manner at all times.

OTHER DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED TO MEET BUSINESS NEEDS.

REQUIREMENTS:

Training and Experience:

High school diploma or GED required. Bachelors degree in health education with an emphasis on nutrition preferred; Experience in community nutrition and quality control or a minimum of 150 hours of intern/volunteer experience at APLA. Previous experience in HIV social services preferred. Fluent in Spanish and ability to translate written material preferred.

Knowledge of:

Interviewing and assessment techniques, general knowledge of public benefits programs, primarily SSI, SDI and Medi-Cal, use of desktop and laptop computers, LCD projectors, word processing, data management, and HIV and related health and social issues.

Ability to:

Communicate effectively both orally and in writing; respond with empathy to the needs of clients, staff and volunteers; participate as a member of a staff team; adapt well to crisis and a rapidly changing work environment; maintain client confidentiality; interact with clients and the community in a courteous manner. Perform at high-level using Microsoft Office programs, especially, Excel and Word to analyze data and report trends. Demonstrate the ability to meet deadlines and prioritize tasks.

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

This is primarily an office position that requires only occasional bending, reaching, stooping, lifting and moving of office materials weighing 25 pounds or less. The position requires daily use of a personal computer and requires entering, viewing, and revising text and graphics on the computer terminal and on paper.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must possess a valid California drivers license; proof of auto liability insurance; and have the use of a personal vehicle for work related purposes.

COVID-19 Vaccination and Booster or Medical/ Religious Exemption required.

Equal Opportunity Employer: minority/female/disability/transgender/veteran.    

 To Apply:

Visit our website at www.aplahealth.org  to apply or click the link below:

https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=72500&clientkey=A5559163F67395E0A2585D2135F98806

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Director of Human Resources

Los Angeles, California

Is remote? Yes


Equality California
Sacramento, CA

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

Posted: October 25, 2022

Contact Information

Email: jobs@rcgtalent.com

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

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Site Coordinator, Nutrition II

North Hollywood, California

Is remote? No


APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA

Website: https://aplahealth.org/

Posted: October 31, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Lilia Saucedo-Medrano, Associate Director of Human Resources
Email: LSaucedo@apla.org
Phone: 2132011338

Link to posting: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/V...

Job Description

APLA Health’s mission is to achieve health care equity and promote well-being for the LGBT and other underserved communities and people living with and affected by HIV. We are a nonprofit, federally qualified health center serving more than 14,000 people annually. We provide 20 different services from 15 locations throughout Los Angeles County, including: medical, dental, and behavioral health care; PrEP counseling and management; health education and HIV prevention; and STD screening and treatment. For people living with HIV, we offer housing support; benefits counseling; home health care; and the Vance North Necessities of Life Program food pantries; among several other critically needed services. Additionally, we are leaders in advocating for policy and legislation that positively impacts the LGBT and HIV communities, provide capacity-building assistance to health departments across the country, and conduct community-based research on issues affecting the communities we serve. For more information, please visit us at aplahealth.org.

We offer great benefits, competitive pay, and great working environment! 

We offer:

  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance (no cost for employee)
  • Vision Insurance (no cost for employee)
  • Long Term Disability
  • Group Term Life and AD&D Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • 10 Paid Holidays
  • 5 Personal Days
  • 10 Vacation Days
  • 12 Sick Days
  • Metro reimbursement or free parking
  • Employer Matched 403b Retirement Plan

This is a great opportunity to make a difference!

This position will pay $22.86 - $27.55. Salary is commensurate with experience.

NOTE: This position works a 4/10 schedule. Tuesday - Friday 8am - 7pm.

POSITION SUMMARY:

Under the Direction of the Program Manager of the Necessities of Life Program (NOLP), promote access to food and nutrition education services to people living with HIV through the distribution of food and personal hygiene item, coordination of identifying vendors and purchasing food pantry food stock that meet the dietary requirements of the program.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Analyze NOLP food inventory using food analysis software.
  • In partnership with the programs Registered Dietician, develop monthly food menus for the programs food distributions to clients.
  • Locate new food vendors, purchasing food stock and entering food acquisitions in the programs computerized inventory software.
  • Work with the Program Manager to monitor food expenditures.
  • Work with the Regional Food Bank to secure donated and low-cost food items.
  • Work with the programs Inventory Specialist to manage food rotation and reduce food waste.
  • Assist clients with completion of NOLP application forms and related paperwork and data entry.
  • Prepare and complete NOLP client eligibility interviews, including scheduling, reviewing NOLP application materials and making an assessment for the purpose of determining eligibility for the NOLP program both within the agency and by outside referral agencies.
  • As necessary, assist with the distributing groceries to clients. Ensure that the food pantries are clean and meets health code requirements as mandated by the Los Angeles County Department of Health.
  • Provide supervision to interns and volunteers working in the food pantries, as necessary.
  • Provide direction on distribution of food product to program staff.
  • Attend community meetings to promote the NOLP program and encourage client referrals
  • Participate in events that promote gain of knowledge to support good health outcomes for NOLPs clients.
  • Assist with the completion of monthly reports.

OTHER DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED TO MEET BUSINESS NEEDS.

REQUIREMENTS:

Training and Experience:

High school diploma or GED equivalent required. Experience working with vendors and food purchasing preferred; documented completion of coursework in food nutrition and prior experience in community nutrition and quality control preferred.

Bachelors degree in health education with an emphasis in nutrition preferred. Previous experience in HIV social services and nutritional resources in L.A. County preferred. Fluent in Spanish language preferred and ability to present material in Spanish language and translate written material also preferred.

Knowledge of:

Food safety, basic nutrition science and terminology, word processing, database operations, spreadsheets, PowerPoint and internet searches, i.e., writing blogs for webpages.

Ability to:

Develop workshop curricula, factsheets and health education materials. Conduct basic nutrition science research for the development of nutrition education materials. Communicate effectively with a diverse population. Identify and update community resources; operate standard office equipment including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint); and meet assigned deadlines.

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

This is primarily an office position that requires only occasional bending, reaching, stooping, lifting and moving of office materials weighing 50 pounds or less. The position requires daily use of a personal computer and requires entering, viewing, and revising text and graphics on the computer terminal and on paper.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must possess a valid California drivers license; proof of auto liability insurance; and have the use of a personal vehicle for work related purposes. Position will require local travel to NOLPs food pantry locations.

COVID-19 Vaccination and Booster or Medical/ Religious Exemption required.

Equal Opportunity Employer: minority/female/disability/transgender/veteran.    

To Apply:

Visit our website at www.aplahealth.org  to apply or click the link below:

https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=72493&clientkey=A5559163F67395E0A2585D2135F98806

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Director of Human Resources

Sacramento, California

Is remote? No


Equality California
Sacramento, CA

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

Posted: October 25, 2022

Contact Information

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

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Director of People & Culture

Sacramento, California

Is remote? No


Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA

Website: http://www.saccenter.org

Posted: November 19, 2022

Contact Information

Name: David Heitstuman, CEO
Phone: 916-442-0185

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

Job Description

 

POSITION:                 Director of People & Culture

REPORTS TO:           Chief Financial Officer

STATUS:                    Full-Time; Exempt

COMPENSATION:     Annual Salary $75,000 - $90,000 depending on experience

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

LOCATION:                Sacramento, CA (position not eligible for full-remote)

 

JOB SUMMARY: The Director of People & Culture is responsible for developing a positive workplace culture and executing human resources strategies in support of the Center's mission, vision, values, and culture, specifically in the areas of talent management and retention; change management; diversity, equity, and inclusion; organizational and performance management; training and development; compensation; and succession planning. This position is a hands-on liaison between managers and employees on human resources-related matters, facilitates key communications, and leads or facilitates ongoing human resources-related day to day functions and activities for a rapidly growing 40+ FTE organization.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Lead the creation and maintenance of a productive organizational culture that is grounded in values including equity and inclusion.
  • Manage all human resource functions for the organization including serving as the primary interface with benefit providers, HRIS systems, payroll providers, legal counsel, and other risk management professionals.
  • Lead talent development and employee engagement.

 

Strategic Leadership and Organizational Culture

  • In conjunction with and in support of organizational needs and goals, develop and implement comprehensive and strategic HR programs that support the Center’s staff, programs, and departments.
  • In partnership with the Center’s Racial Equity Committee, oversee and implement organization-wide efforts to champion diversity, equity, inclusion, and cultural humility.
  • Continuously examine policies, procedures, and cultural norms with a racial justice and intersectional lens, and make recommendations on changes that will create an inclusive and supportive Center for employees, volunteers, clients, and community members.
  • Develop compensation, benefit, professional development, and operational strategies that support the organization’s goal of becoming a workplace of choice with high employee satisfaction.
  • Formulate and recommend Human Resources policies on any topic associated with employee relations.
  • Work with senior leadership to develop and establish a plan for management succession in alignment with the strategy and objectives of the organization.
  • Ensure the Center’s vision and values are instilled and embodied in all actions.
  • Make recommendations related to how work is changing and the organizational and cultural transformation needed to help all employees adjust quickly and champion change.

 

Human Resource Management

  • Responsible for all human resources functions, including day to day implementation of human resource planning, recruitment and hiring, compensation and benefits, performance management and evaluations, professional development and training, employee and labor relations, corrective actions and terminations, HR compliance, workplace safety, and employee satisfaction.
  • Serve as the lead for employee relations issues including employee complaints and/or grievances; counsel and facilitate communication amongst employees and managers, complete or coordinate investigations with external investigators as necessary, and prepare and maintain related documentation.
  • Develop standard operating procedures for Human Resources programs.
  • Provide necessary education and materials to managers and employees including workshops, manuals, employee handbooks, standardized reports, and conduct new employee orientations and other ad hoc trainings.
  • Responsible for compliance, maintenance, and confidentiality of employee and other human resource related records in accordance with proper personnel practice, organization policy, contractual agreement, and/or statute.
  • Partner with Office Coordinator to ensure the accuracy of payroll and timesheet records, benefits accrual and deductions. Serve as backup payroll administrator.
  • Serve as primary contact to workers’ compensation carrier and administrators, ensure timely reporting, maintain and monitor all workers’ compensation case files, follow up on open cases, and manage industrial leaves of absence.
  • Serve as the organization’s compliance officer to ensure all state and federal employment and reporting requirements are met, including but not limited to, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Employee Retirement Income Security Act, (ERISA) the Department of Labor, workers’ compensation, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and Cal/OSHA.
  • Ensure operation controls and oversees all aspects of surveys and audits related to Human Resources, including but not limited to the workers’ compensation program, audits and the 403(b) retirement plan audit, annual financial audit, and all compensation and benefits surveys and compliance requirements.

 

Talent Development and Employee Engagement

  • Collaborate with organizational leaders on staff planning, development of new position descriptions, targeted strategies that attract qualified candidates, and inclusive search processes.
  • Lead recruitment, hiring, and onboarding of new employees including posting and advertising new positions, managing the search process, and conducting employee orientation programs.
  • Develop and manage employee professional development programs including legal compliance and position required trainings, management skill development, and employee interest driven external opportunities; Maintain and serve as administrator of a learning management system to track and report.
  • Research and resolve questions from managers and employees as they relate to HR policies, practices, procedures, or programs.
  • Coach managers regarding communication approaches, feedback, recognition and interaction responsibilities with direct reports, making certain that managers are supported in communicating with staff successfully, ethically, honestly, and legally.
  • Leads the annual performance evaluation process, training staff, and managers on how to complete evaluations.
  • Track and analyze data related to hiring, employee complaints and satisfaction, exits, etc. identifying trends and making data driven recommendations to senior leaders.
  • Collaborate with the Leadership Team to develop systems and documentation that support institutional resiliency and continuous learning such as an annual review of job descriptions, development of position-based job manuals and standard operating procedures, cross-training, emergency preparedness planning.

 

General Duties:

  • Functions as a strategic member of the Leadership Team regarding key organizational and management issues.
  • Support planning, facilitation, and evaluation efforts for staff and board retreats and other employee engagement events.
  • Facilitate or participate in staff meetings, planning meetings, and other meetings as required.
  • Collaborate with the Community Engagement & Volunteer Services Manager to support a successful volunteer resource program and maintain compliance with organizational policies and procedures.
  • Participate in a rotating Leader On-Call Program to support on-site staff and clients in case of after-hours emergencies.
  • Handle a variety of special projects and other related duties, as assigned.

 

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Knowledge of or experience working with the LGBTQ+ community and familiarity with issues of particular relevance to LGBTQ+ people.
  • 5+ years of management experience, with a proven ability to solve complex problems and to inspire and motivate staff.
  • Extensive knowledge of: the principles and practices of personnel management, including recruitment and selection, wage and benefits administration, employee development and training, employee relations, and laws and regulations governing employment.
  • Thorough knowledge of: management principles and practices, organizational development, operations, management, and information systems related to human resources.
  • Experience partnering with benefit administration providers, HRIS Systems.
  • Experience leading diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives
  • Certifications: Human resources certification, such as SHRM Senior Certified Professional, is strongly preferred
  • Excellent facilitation and negotiation skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills including the ability to read and interpret information, present numerical data in a resourceful manner, and skillfully gather and analyze information with an exceptional level of detail.
  • Exceptionally high level of professional and personal integrity.
  • Availability: Occasional evenings and weekend hours as needed.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • 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.

 

REQURIEMENTS:

  • Passion for the Center’s mission and work to create a region where LGBTQ people thrive and a commitment to follow all policies and procedures of the organization.
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in related field; ten years of direct experience may be substituted for formal education.
  • Experience: 5 years of human resources management experience with increasing levels of responsibility required.
  • Computer/Office Equipment Skills:Superior proficiency working with Microsoft Office, particularly Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneDrive, and Teams. Strong experience using digital HRIS & Payroll systems (Rippling is preferred).
  • Access to reliable automobile transportation with a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance is required. 
  • Physical Demands:The person in this position may be required to sit or stand for extended periods, operate office equipment, open and close filing cabinets and boxes, and communicate messages by telephone.
  • Offer of employment may be contingent on satisfactory results of a criminal history background check.
  • Employees must be legally permitted to work in the United States.
  • The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is a drug free workplace, employees may be subject to a drug test.
  • Vaccination Requirement: As an organization, we fully support COVID-19 vaccinations and are requiring new employees to have proof of full vaccination, including boosters, or an approved medical or religious exemption. Documentation will be required prior to your first day of work.

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:

The Sacramento LGBT Community Center works to create a region where LGBTQ people thrive.  We support the health and wellness of the most marginalized, advocate for equality and justice, and work to build a culturally rich LGBTQ+ community.

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:

The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. People of color, women, persons with disabilities, and persons who are 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.

 

TO APPLY:

Please submit application materials through our career portal at saccenter.org/careers. No phone calls please. Posting will remain up until position is filled.

 

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Grant & Program Sustainability Manager

Sacramento, California

Is remote? No


Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA

Website: http://www.saccenter.org

Posted: November 19, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Koby Rodriguez, Chief Program Officer
Email: koby.rodriguez@saccenter.org
Phone: 9164420185

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

Job Description

POSITION:                 Grants & Program Sustainability Manager

REPORTS TO:           Chief Program Officer

STATUS:                    Exempt, Full-Time

COMPENSATION:     $62,400-70,000 annually DOE

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

LOCATION:                Sacramento, CA

 

JOB SUMMARY:

The Center is on a rapid growth trajectory and looking for an effective Grants and Program Sustainability Manager to oversee the grant development and management process. Responsibilities include coordination of grant research and writing, contract budget and reporting management, and compliance for all federal, state, local, government and foundation grants at the Center. This position oversees the implementation of grants including documenting all necessary policies and procedures, system set-up, data capture, staff training and serves as a nexus between the Finance Division and Programming Division to ensure smooth program sustainability and fiscal compliance to achieve mission driven outcomes. This is a new position, envisioned to be highly collaborative with diverse internal and external colleagues in all aspects of grant development and management. The successful candidate will have exceptional communication and organizational skills and enjoy working in a fast-paced dynamic environment.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Manage internal and external compliance with contracts, ensuring adherence to policies, procedures, funder requirements, and legal regulations.
  • Oversee program evaluation across the Center, establish goals and outcomes, implement systems to capture data, ensure compliance with all grants requirements, evaluate overall results, and recommend policies, procedures, and action to achieve program aims and goals; Matrix development is needed for leadership and center overall grant tracking.
  • Prepare, compile, and coordinate the submission of all the components of grant reporting, including monthly, quarterly, bi-annual reports, grant budgets and budget modifications that align with funding objectives, and ensure that all documents are submitted ahead of deadlines.
  • Develop reports, data tracking, processing, and analysis of program impact and alignment with the Center’s Strategic Plan.
  • Research funding opportunities that align with the short term and long-term funding needs and strategic planning goals of the agency.
  • Conduct the full range of activities required to prepare, submit, and manage grant proposals to federal, state, local and private foundation funding sources.
  • Maintain a calendar of submissions and other deadlines to ensure timely submission of letters of inquiry, proposal deadlines, and reports.
  • Develop and maintain collections of current research, statistics, and citations regarding the populations served by the Center for use in grant proposal submissions and other Development communications.
  • Cultivate and manage portfolio of foundation relationships through outreach and stewardship; establish relationship with current and prospective grantors.
  • In collaboration with the CPO and program staff, set budgets and personnel and cost allocations that comply with grant contract budgets and invoicing requirements.
  • Develop MOU’s (Memorandum of Understanding) and contracts with stakeholders and facilities depending on grant needs.
  • Participate in a rotating Leader On-Call Program to support on-site staff and clients in case of after-hours emergencies.

 

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:

  • Passion for the Center’s mission and work to create a region where LGBTQ people thrive and a commitment to follow all policies and procedures of the organization.
  • Knowledge of or experience working with the LGBTQ community and familiarity with issues of particular relevance to LGBTQ people.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with federal, state, regional, local agencies, community leaders and public stakeholders.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including strong organizational, detail, presentation, and interpersonal skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
  • Proven ability to manage multiple responsibilities with competing deadlines.
  • Demonstrated success developing corporate and private foundation grant proposals that have been awarded in excess of $100,000.
  • Self-motivated, ability to work in a team environment, and willing to work evenings and weekends when necessary
  • Proficiency working with computers and Microsoft Office software including Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Teams, and OneDrive; Experience with financial and program management database systems including Raiser’s Edge, Apricot, and similar systems.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with people of diverse races, ethnicities, nationalities, sexual orientations, gender identities, gender expression, socio-economic backgrounds, religions, ages, English-speaking abilities, immigration status, and physical abilities in a multicultural environment.

 

REQUIREMENTS:

  • A minimum of 2 years of full-time experience in grant writing research, evaluation, data system management, and software oversight, required;
  • 4-6 years of education or equivalent experience in related field with a concentration in Public Health, Sociology, Gender Studies, Queer Studies, Ethnic Studies, Community Development or related field.
  • Access to reliable transportation is required.
  • Offers of employment may be contingent on the satisfactory results of a criminal history background check.
  • Employees must be legally permitted to work in the United States.
  • The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is a drug free workplace, employees may be subject to a drug test.
  • As an organization, we fully support COVID-19 vaccinations and are requiring new employees to have either proof of full vaccination, written notice of an upcoming vaccination appointment, or an approved medical or religious exemption. Documentation will be required prior to your first day of work.

 

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:

The Sacramento LGBT Community Center works to create a region where LGBTQ+ people thrive. We support the health and wellness of the most marginalized, advocate for equality and justice, and work to build a culturally rich LGBTQ+ community.

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:

The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All individuals, including those of color, women, persons with disabilities, and persons who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or intersex are encouraged to apply. The Center maintains a policy of non-discrimination with respect to employees, volunteers, interns, and applicants. No aspect of employment will be influenced in any matter by actual or perceived race, color, religion, religious creed, ancestry, sex, age, national origin, marital status, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, physical or mental disability (including HIV or AIDS), medical/mental condition, genetic information, veteran or military status, or any other basis prohibited by statute; nor as to any individuals associating with an individual of any legally protected class.

 

TO APPLY:

Please submit application materials through our career portal at saccenter.org/careers. No phone calls please. Posting will remain up until the position is filled.

 

 

 

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Chief Financial Officer

SACRAMENTO, California

Is remote? No


Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA

Website: http://www.saccenter.org

Posted: November 19, 2022

Contact Information

Name: David Heitstuman, CEO
Phone: 9164420185

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

Job Description

POSITION:                 Chief Financial Officer

REPORTS TO:           Executive Director

STATUS:                    Full-Time, Exempt

COMPENSATION:     $110-$145,000 annually

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

LOCATION:                Sacramento, CA (not eligible for full-time remote)

 

JOB SUMMARY:

The CFO serves as senior-level strategic and functional finance and administration leader for our rapidly growing agency. They are directly responsible for budgeting, day-to-day accounting and financial management, and, financial reporting. They oversee all Finance & Operations Division functions and management of its staff team, which includes the Grant Finance Manager, and Data Coordinator. This position is responsible for maintaining efficient financial and operational systems, pursuing innovative solutions that support programs and services, and improving the Center’s ability to fulfill its mission. Candidates should support our organizational values and include a demonstrated commitment to racial equity and inclusion, a commitment to serve the most vulnerable, and the highest level of integrity, accountability, and transparency. 

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

The CFO will provide regular, day-to-day, as well as strategic leadership in the financial and operational activities of the organization; especially as they apply to grant management. This position will work closely with all departments to maintain the smooth functioning of the organization, as well as external partners, funders, and vendors. Work will mainly be performed during normal business hours, but will require out-of-office and evening and weekend work from time to time. This position plays a key leadership role on the senior management team and supervises administrative staff and contractors.

 

BUDGET, FINANCE, AND ACCOUNTING:

  • Work with the Center leadership team and program staff to develop individual program budgets and compile them into the agency’s annual budget, detailing revenue and expense categories.
  • Ensure that financial management systems, policies, and procedures include all appropriate controls to maintain the fiscal integrity of the organization.
  • Supported by Finance staff, this position has direct responsibility to manage all accounting and financial functions including cash receipts, billing and accounts receivable, cash disbursements and accounts payable, payroll, general ledger, grant/contract invoicing, and cash flow.
  • Complete direct finance tasks such as bank and credit card reconciliations to ensure separation of accounting responsibilities.
  • Maintain up-to-date financial records and produce accurate cash flow projections.
  • Produce regular financial reports for the CEO as directed.
  • Provide annual audit oversight. Work closely to support the auditors to ensure the resolution of questions on revenue and expenses and required fiscal policy. This position has direct responsibility to complete all year-end closing, pre-audit reconciliations, and support audit fieldwork. Review audit reports and annual tax returns.
  • Design and manage revenue tracking and cash receipt systems for all Center events including Sacramento Pride.
  • Manage changes to salaries and benefits programs from a financial perspective.
  • Manage petty cash.

 

ADMINISTRATION & OPERATIONS

  • Supervise the Office Coordinator who provides administrative support in the finance division and helps coordinate office functions. A/R and finance support. Insurance, IT, and facilities.
  • Oversee information and technology management in coordination with IT contractors including computer hardware and software systems, Wi-Fi networks, telephone, printers, surveillance, and security system and data security, and other technology.
  • Supervise the Data Coordinator who manages the Center’s client database and supports other data needs in the agency.
  • Maintain currency of and permanent files for corporate filings and contracts. Create and maintain a log that includes renewal dates for compliance oversight.
  • Ensure compliance with all laws, regulations, organizational policies, and funding guidelines.

 

GRANT MANAGEMENT:

  • Supervise the Grant Finance Manager who manages grant funder billing and assists with A/P.
  • Design and implement a grant management process that includes training staff to track and code revenue and expenses accordingly.
  • Work with the Grant Finance Manager to invoice grant funders for reimbursement of eligible expenses and proactively work to maximize the use of available grant funds.
  • Maintain compliance with all government and private funder requirements as well as local, state, and federal regulations, which includes the completion of a Federal Single Audit.
  • Develop and maintain expertise in funder requirements and act as a gatekeeper for approval of expenditures.

 

GENERAL DUTIES:

  • Implement and continuously improve the organization’s data retention and document storage policy and practices.
  • Develop a risk management system that formally identifies, quantifies, and manages risk during the life of the projects, such as insurance policies, leases, vendor contracts, etc.
  • Provide leadership in the development and continuous evaluation of short and long-term strategic organizational objectives including identification of opportunities for revenue growth and diversification.
  • Develop actionable analysis of financial performance, trends, and long-term forecasts and produce easy-to-digest financial dashboards for the board and senior leadership.
  • Innovate financial and operational efficiencies using technology and process streamlining.
  • Seek opportunities for and draft grant proposals in collaboration with the program and development staff.
  • Attend board meetings and provide staff support for the Internal Affairs Committee including

development of an automated financial dashboard and financial reporting tools for the board and executive staff oversight.

  • Provide occasional advice and mentorship to less experienced internal staff and leaders at developing LGBTQ organizations across the country.
  • Participate in a rotating Leader On-Call Program to support on-site staff in case of after-hours emergencies.
  • Maintain strict confidentiality and the highest level of integrity and professional boundaries.

 

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Passion for the Center’s mission and work to create a region where LGBTQ people thrive and a commitment to follow all policies and procedures of the organization. 
  • Education: Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or a related field is required; a Master’s Degree in Accounting, Business Administration, or CPA is strongly preferred.
  • Experience: A minimum of 5 years of senior-level financial management and staff supervision experience in an organization with an annual budget of $5 million or more
    • Experience managing and reporting on government and non-government grants including budgeting, fund accounting, contract compliance, and auditing is required.
    • Nonprofit and grant finance/fund accounting experience is strongly preferred.
    • Working knowledge of nonprofit accounting best practices in accordance with U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, OMB Circulars A-133, A-110 and A-122, and appropriate Code of Federal Regulations is required.
  • Computer/Office Equipment & Software Skills: Must have superior proficiency working with QuickBooks/Financial Management software, Microsoft Office--particularly Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneDrive, and Teams, as well as Zoom/video conferencing software.
  • Language Skills: Fluency in English is required. The ability to speak/read/write/translate in one or more languages other than English is a plus.
  • Work Schedule: This position is primarily in-person at the Center’s Lavender Heights location. Flexibility is required to participate in occasional evening and weekend events, meetings, and travel as necessary.
  • Access to reliable automobile transportation with a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance is required. This position will require travel throughout the Sacramento region and occasionally throughout California.
  • Physical Demands: 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. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.
  • Offer of employment may be contingent on satisfactory results of a criminal history background check. 
  • Employees must be legally permitted to work in the United States.
  • The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is a drug-free workplace; employees may be subject to a drug test.
  • Vaccination Requirement: We fully support COVID-19 vaccinations and are requiring new employees to provide proof of full vaccination, including being up-to-date on boosters, written notice of an upcoming vaccination appointment, or an approved medical or religious exemption. Documentation will be required prior to your first day of work.

 

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Experience developing and managing budgets of $5 million or greater with a high level of precision.
  • Knowledge and experience with class-based and fund accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, restricted and unrestricted fund management, and payroll.
  • 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.
  • Excellent verbal, written, interpersonal, and presentation communication skills
  • Ability to exercise sound judgment to prioritize tasks, identify potential risks, recommend innovative solutions, and execute system change across the agency.
  • Ability to synthesize complex financial information and present it with clarity to a variety of audiences, such as the creation of financial dashboards for Board and staff leaders.
  • Ability to work with detailed information with a high degree of accuracy and confidentiality.
  • Outstanding organizational skills and exceptional attention to detail. Strong work ethic with the ability to lead teams and accomplish goals and results.
  • Experience effectively coaching and mentoring junior staff, empowering volunteers in leadership roles, and working independently and as part of a highly collaborative team.
  • Skilled in resolving complex financial issues and/or problems and can effectively evaluate options, execute a plan of action, and communicate resolution to appropriate parties.
  • Knowledge/experience using Bill.com, Budgyt, Dext and other financial software; Asana/Project Management Systems, HRIS, Raiser’s Edge/donor management, Social Solutions Apricot/client management, and other database software is preferred.
  • Project management experience, specifically commercial real estate development and renovation projects 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:

The Sacramento LGBT Community Center works to create a region where LGBTQ people thrive.  We support the health and wellness of the most marginalized, advocate for equality and justice, and work to build a culturally rich LGBTQ+ community.

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:

The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. People of color, women, persons with disabilities, and persons who are 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.

 

TO APPLY:

Please submit application materials through our career portal at saccenter.org/careers. No phone calls please. Posting will remain up until position is filled.

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Director of Youth, Family, and Adult Services

SACRAMENTO, California

Is remote? No


Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA

Website: http://www.saccenter.org

Posted: November 19, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Koby Rodriguez, Chief Program Officer
Email: koby.rodriguez@saccenter.org
Phone: 9164420185

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

Job Description

POSITION:                 Director of Youth, Family, and Adult Programs

REPORTS TO:           Deputy Chief Program Officer  

STATUS:                    Exempt, Full-time, Regular

COMPENSATION:  $65,000 - $70,000 per year 

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

LOCATION:                Sacramento, CA

 

JOB SUMMARY:

The Director of Youth, Family, and Adult Programs (DYFAP) is responsible for developing, enhancing and supporting the Center’s youth programs, and family and adult programs; including all Center support groups, Q-Spot youth drop-in center, adult respite, community resources, bilingual outreach, youth enrichment, and all outreach efforts. The DYFAP supervises full-time staff, interns, and volunteers and reports to the Deputy Chief Program Officer. The DYFAP serves on the Leadership Team and the Program Leadership Team; working collaboratively with their peers to achieve organizational priorities. The DYFAP works in partnership with program staff, volunteers, stakeholders, and community members to support LGBTQ youth, families, and adults in all of their identities to improve their health outcomes, socioeconomic status, self-esteem, and self-sufficiency in making healthier life choices.

  

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 

  • Ensures the Q-Spot is a safe, brave space for LGBTQ youth ages 13-24 to learn and develop the skills to make positive life choices regarding their health and well-being. 
  • Ensures Adult Respite is a safe, brave space for LGBTQ community members ages 24+ to learn and develop the skills to make positive life choices regarding their health and well-being. 
  • Provide support and direction to staff facilitating youth and adult social and support groups.
  • Support staff, interns, and volunteers to carry out program activities aimed at the personal and emotional development of youth and adults.
  • Collaborate regularly with community members, staff, and partner organizations to achieve program goals through a team approach.
  • Seek funding to build and sustain Youth, Family, and Adult Programs that align with the Center’s strategic plan.
  • Develop and implement initiatives for Trans youth and adults.
  • Create opportunities and workshops for parents and families seeking support.
  • Center racial justice as a form of liberation for LGBTQ clients and stakeholders. 
  • Plan and implement Q-Prom and other small- to mid-sized youth- & family-focused events.
  • Responsible for the development of the monthly calendars including monitoring and evaluating the planning and implementation of monthly events for youth and adult programs.
  • Direct and plan the work of staff, interns, and volunteers; including supervision and evaluation, training, professional development, accountability, and team building.
  • Develop and maintain department-specific policies, procedures, and training protocols.
  • Oversight of the Center reception area, schedule and intake processes.
  • Ensure effective systems to track youth development and outcomes; regularly evaluate program components to ensure that the requirements of funders are met and that outcomes measurements are produced that can be effectively communicated to the board, funders, and other stakeholders and that can be used to drive program improvement.
  • Ensure compliance with all requirements of funders of the youth program, including grant reporting: maintaining files, tracking data, reports, and enrollment numbers.
  • Schedule staff and volunteers for shifts to ensure no gap in services.

 

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:  

  • Operate the Q-Spot Drop-in Center, seven days/week; Adult Respite, twice/week. 
  • Provide support to the Center and the Deputy Chief Program Officer. 
  • Assist with the rest of the programs in the center. 
  • Provide support to family and adult service programs
  • Provide support for guiding staff and interns into the proper procedure with handling clients. 
  • Hold staff accountable and provide professional development opportunities for staff to advance their skills in youth service provision. 
  • Participate in a rotating Leader On-Call Program to support on-site staff and clients in case of after-hours emergencies.

 

Relationship Management: 

  • Assist in maintaining communication and relationships with LGBTQ organizations, school districts, and leaders throughout the Sacramento Region.
  • Assist in maintaining communication and relationships with stakeholders, service providers, and community partners.
  • Assist in maintaining communication and relationships with clients and supportive service providers.
  • Assist in onboarding and training of staff and interns.
  • Maintain strict confidentiality in relationships with all assistant directors, staff, clients, media, and donors.

 

GENERAL DUTIES:  

  • Monitor data entry and assist with entering data in Apricot and external data systems, including Survey Monkey (County) & HMIS (CoC) to ensure all grant deliverables are recorded, achieved and reported on time. 
  • Develop community partnerships that enhance the Center’s Youth, Family and Adult Programs strategic goals.  
  • Participate in staff meetings, planning meetings, committee meetings, and other meetings as needed. 
  • Serve as a community representative and liaison to local, city, and state agencies.  
  • Monitor and build virtual programming including platforms such as Discord.
  • Identify, create and implement high-quality programming and curriculum for the youth program, built on best practices in the field, innovation, and sharing of resources.
  • Handle a variety of special projects and other related duties, as assigned. 

 

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:  

  • Passion for the Center’s mission and work to create a region where LGBTQ people thrive and a commitment to follow all policies and procedures of the organization. 
  • Experience working with the LGBTQ+ community and familiarity with issues of particular relevance to LGBTQ+ people. 
  • Knowledge and understanding of the issues, needs, and interests of LGBT youth, families and community, including knowledge of the spectrum of gender and sexual identities and transgender issues. 
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills, public speaking, and facilitation. 
  • 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. 
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team. 
  • Project management skills, including managing project logistics with multiple strict and competing deadlines.
  • Proven attention to detail, organization, and timely follow-through. 
  • Flexibility of schedule, including evenings/weekends, and limited travel, including the possibility of working extended hours for covering events/staff absences.

 

REQUIREMENTS:  

  • Bachelor’s Degree in sociology, psychology, ethnic studies, community organizing, or other related fields. Relevant professional experience may substitute for formal education. 
  • Three-five years of youth development experience.
  • Experience in developing staff, interns and volunteers. 
  • Proficient computer skills and knowledge including Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint are required. OneDrive, MS Teams, Eventbrite, WordPress, Canva, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media tools are a plus. 
  • Access to reliable automobile transportation with a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance is required. This position may on occasion be required to drive rented vehicles and/or our equipment. 
  • Offer of employment may be contingent on satisfactory results of a criminal history background check. 
  • Employees must be legally permitted to work in the United States. 
  • The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is a drug-free workplace; employees may be subject to a drug test. 
  • As an organization, we fully support COVID-19 vaccinations and are requiring new employees to have either proof of full vaccination, written notice of an upcoming vaccination appointment, or an approved medical or religious exemption. Documentation will be required prior to your first day of work.

 

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: 

The Sacramento LGBT Community Center works to create a region where LGBTQ people thrive.  We support the health and wellness of the most marginalized, advocate for equality and justice, and work to build a culturally rich LGBTQ+ community. 

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY: 

The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. People of color, women, persons with disabilities, and persons who are 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. 

 

TO APPLY: 

Please submit application materials through our career portal at saccenter.org/careers. No phone calls please. Posting will remain up until position is filled. 

 

 

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Facilites Coordinator & Custodian

SACRAMENTO, California

Is remote? No


Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA

Website: http://www.saccenter.org

Posted: November 19, 2022

Contact Information

Name: David Heitstuman, CEO
Phone: 9164420185

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

Job Description

 

POSITION:                 Facilities Coordinator & Custodian

REPORTS TO:           Chief Financial Officer

STATUS:                    Full-Time; Non-exempt

COMPENSATION:     Hourly Rate of $20-$22 per hour, depending on experience.

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

LOCATION:                Sacramento, CA (position not eligible for remote work)

SHIFT:                        Monday – Friday; 5 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. or 7 a.m.-3:30 pm. Negotiable

 

JOB SUMMARY: The Facilities Coordinator & Custodian is responsible for performing skilled and lead custodial work involving the care, maintenance and cleaning of rooms, clinic, office space, shelters, buildings and related facilities; making facility repairs; preparing for and responding to emergencies; and maintaining the Center’s facilities. The Center and this position is responsible for four facilities throughout Sacramento County.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Create a safe and clean environment for employees to work and for our clients to receive services.
  • Perform repairs and maintenance to reflect a welcoming and well-maintained facility.

 

Cleaning & Custodial

  • Perform daily cleaning at Lavender Heights headquarters, ensuring a safe and clean facility and perimeter.
  • Conducts at least three times weekly cleaning the Marsha P. Johnson Center South, STEP shelter, and Transitional Living Program residence.
  • Picks up paper and other debris around the exterior property perimeter, walk areas, and the areas adjacent to Center’s facilities, cleans surfaces using a high-pressure washer as needed.
  • Respectfully encourage any individuals experiencing homelessness to clear walkways and facility entrances each morning, refer to services as necessary.
  • Moves and arranges furniture and equipment in preparing multipurpose rooms for special events or daily meetings, according to room setup guidelines.
  • Restock paper products including – kitchen, bathroom, copiers, printers, and ensures appropriate levels.
  • Cleans and sanitizes restrooms, toilets, sinks, and showers.
  • Loads and empties dishwasher, cleans appliances inside and out, clears sinks, washes counters, and clean kitchens.
  • Empties and cleans waste receptacles, including trash barrels. Assists with the material recycling program.
  • Sweeps, mops, strips, waxes and seals floors.
  • Vacuums and spot clean rugs and shampoos carpets.
  • Dusts, washes and polishes furniture and woodwork; polishes metalwork including handrails and door handles, faucets.
  • Sanitizes frequently touched surfaces such as light switches, door handles, copier/printer keypads, keyboards, phones.
  • Washes windows and sills, walls; cleans window coverings, such as drapes or blinds.
  • Maintain and water common area office plants.

Maintenance & Repair

  • Performs minor maintenance tasks at all locations, such as patching small holes, replacing fixtures, signage, and keeping assigned areas safe and operational.
  • Remove graffiti, repaints walls as needed.
  • Replaces light bulbs, lighting tubes, and light fixtures.
  • Performs minor plumbing work such as clearing clogged drainage lines and addressing fixture leaks.
  • Performs installations such as tv mounts, furniture assembly, pictures, white boards, mounting brackets, bookshelf straps and other items on vertical surfaces.
  • Perform minor outdoor landscape maintenance and watering. Ensure roof and gutters are free of debris.

 

Facility Coordination

  • Assists in receiving and distributing supplies and equipment.
  • Coordinates on-site contractors’ visits, and collect bids and repair estimates. Assists the CFO and Office Coordinator on Requests for Proposals consistent with grant bid requirements.
  • Assist management in planning for future building space needs, office renovations.
  • Interface with the Office Coordinator to ensure the timely purchasing and restocking of all supplies.
  • Interface with Office Coordinator to keep the storage spaces organized. Assist with moving items into and out of storage spaces as needed.
  • Participates on the Safety Committee and assists with the creation of safety initiatives. Complete incident reports to document all instances of vandalism and property damage.
  • Manage all outside facility contractors performing work on the facility. Work with Office Coordinator on landlord communication for leased properties.
  • Performs emergency cleanup services resulting from breakage, vandalism, spilling and illness, using proper procedures for handling potentially hazardous waste.
  • Assists with emergencies which may include, but not limited to snow removal, flooding, storm clean-up, crowd control, traffic control and signage setup.
  • Assists with Center events as required, including oversee setup and takedown volunteers.

 

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Knowledge of or experience working with the LGBTQ+ community and familiarity with issues of particular relevance to LGBTQ+ people.
  • 2+ years of facility coordination, custodial, building repair experience.
  • Experience working with homeless & vulnerable populations highly preferred.
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills including the ability to read and interpret information, present numerical data in a resourceful manner, and skillfully gather and analyze information with an exceptional level of detail.
  • Exceptionally high level of professional and personal integrity.
  • Availability: Occasional evenings and weekend hours as needed.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • 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.

 

REQURIEMENTS:

  • Passion for the Center’s mission and work to create a region where LGBTQ people thrive and a commitment to follow all policies and procedures of the organization.
  • Education: High school/GED graduate.
  • Experience: 2+ years of facilities coordination, custodial, building maintenance experience.
  • Computer/Office Equipment Skills:Proficient with Microsoft Office, particularly Outlook, Word, Excel, OneDrive, and Teams. Experience using facility management system is preferred.
  • Access to reliable automobile transportation with a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance is required. May be required to drive moving trucks on occasion.
  • Physical Demands:The person in this position may be required to sit or stand for extended periods, kneel, maneuver tight storage space, move objects up to 50 pounds, ascend/descend stairs, operate office and cleaning equipment, operate hand truck, open and close filing cabinets and boxes.
  • Offer of employment is contingent on satisfactory results of a criminal history background check.
  • Employees must be legally permitted to work in the United States.
  • The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is a drug free workplace, employees may be subject to a drug test.
  • Vaccination Requirement: As an organization, we fully support COVID-19 vaccinations and are requiring new employees to have proof of full vaccination, including boosters, or an approved medical or religious exemption. Documentation will be required prior to your first day of work.

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:

The Sacramento LGBT Community Center works to create a region where LGBTQ people thrive.  We support the health and wellness of the most marginalized, advocate for equality and justice, and work to build a culturally rich LGBTQ+ community.

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:

The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. People of color, women, persons with disabilities, and persons who are 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.

 

TO APPLY:

Please submit application materials through our career portal at saccenter.org/careers. No phone calls please. Posting will remain up until position is filled.

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Senior Research Scientist (Principal Researcher)

San Francisco, California

Is remote? Yes


Hopelab
San Francisco, CA

Website: https://www.hopelab.org

Posted: November 16, 2022

Contact Information

Name: KN

Link to posting: https://www.on-ramps.com/jobs/2856

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Behavioral Health and Wellness Manager

Santa Barbara, California

Is remote? No


Pacific Pride Foundation
Santa Barbara, CA

Website: http://www.pacificpridefoundation.org

Posted: November 4, 2022

Contact Information

Name: George Bowles, Communications and Operations Manager
Email: george@pacificpridefoundation.org
Phone: 805-963-3636

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

Job Description

Position: Behavioral Health and Wellness Manager
Department: Programs
Location: Pacific Pride Foundation, Santa Barbara, CA
Salary: $75,000, with additional $5,000 pay differential for bilingual candidates

ORGANIZATION

Pacific Pride Foundation (PPF) is the largest LGBTQ+ center between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Partnering with 65 educational and nonprofit agencies, we create a thriving and visible LGBTQ+ community and prevent the transmission of HIV and HEP-C. Serving more than 7,000 people per year with an annual budget of $1.6 million, our programs serve all of Santa Barbara County, and focus on the health and wellness of individuals as well as the community. Most of our programs take place both virtually and in-person, including programs for youth and older adults, counseling services, LGBTQ+ competency training, community events, and advocacy. Additionally, we provide in-person opioid prevention and response services, including the only syringe exchange program in Santa Barbara County.

JOB SUMMARY

Reporting to and with the support and guidance of the Executive Director, the Behavioral Health and Wellness Manager is responsible for overseeing and implementing a robust suite of community health and wellness programs countywide, including opioid response, harm reduction, testing,  training, counseling, and counselor intern training. The BHW Manager will supervise a Health & Prevention Coordinator, as well as a Counseling team, and will be responsible for those programs as a whole, including front-line program facilitation when necessary. This position is ideal for a skilled, passionate programs professional who is eager to innovate and expand established programs for LGBTQ+ and HIV-impacted communities.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The Behavioral Health and Wellness Manager oversees a team responsible for the following:

 

  • Oversee Health & Prevention programs, including county-wide mobile Syringe Services Program with weekly exchange events at multiple locations throughout the county;  HIV, Hep C, and Covid-19 testing, outreach and operations; (including developing quality and compliance plans and reports, ordering and maintaining testing supplies, test site logistics,  and client intake); PrEP navigation; and supply inventory and ordering.
  • Oversee ongoing training of HIV test counselors as required by the State Office of AIDS.  
  • Oversee in-person and teletherapy counseling and training program: hire counseling interns, manage client intake list and master sheet, assign new clients, oversee therapy group menu, set fee scale, oversee payment process, digitize clinical files, manage, maintain and update policy and procedures manual, intake process, delivery of clinical supervision, and training of counseling interns in LGBTQ+ and HIV/AIDS clinical competency.
  • Oversee LBTQ Health Equity Project, focused on providing mental health services to LBTQ immigrant women, nonbinary, and trans people.
  • In partnership with the Community Outreach and Education Manager, oversee training requirements for PPF, including government contracts.
  • Supervise program staff responsible for Health & Prevention and Counseling programs throughout Santa Barbara County. Positions may be located in a different office.
  • Support grant-writing and reporting with qualitative & quantitative data; track data and deliverables for grants and contracts and serve as program contact.; Ensure all contractual reporting requirements are met in a timely fashion.
  • Manage data collection, entry, and maintenance; work with data workgroup to design and implement data collection process and track statistics and client demographics; conduct surveys and use other evaluation tools to track effectiveness.

 

  • Ensure supervision and oversight of all Health & Prevention volunteers and interns. 
  • Work with language access committee to ensure access for Spanish, English, and Mixteco-speaking clients.
  • Maintain effective working relationships with outside service providers, donors and community partners; represent PPF on various community committees, including monthly Rainbow Roundtable meetings.
  • Other Duties As Assigned

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Education Requirement: MFT, MSW, MPH, or other related degree.
  • 3 years experience minimum in program development.
  • Excellent written, interpersonal and verbal skills, with attention to detail, strong organization skills, and follow-thru.
  • Experience supervising staff, including volunteers.
  • Ability to take initiative and operate as a program lead.
  • A team-oriented approach to work, with the ability to collaborate with and motivate staff, volunteers, and other ambassadors.
  • Strong understanding of confidentiality and professionalism in a program setting.
  • Strong emotional intelligence.
  • Knowledge of or experience working with the LGBTQ+ community and familiarity with issues of particular relevance, plus a desire to make a meaningful difference.
  • Ability to use organizational PC and g-suite.
  • Experience in a non-profit environment a plus.
  • Familiarity with Apricot or other CRM, a plus.
  • Experience working with people who use IV drugs a plus.
  • Bilingual English-Spanish or English-Mixteco preferred.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

The person in this position must be able to:

  • Move about inside the office to access file cabinets, office equipment, shelves, etc.
  • Lift up to 25 lbs.
  • Communicate via telephone, video conference, email and in-person.
  • Drive to in-person trainings, SSP locations, testing events, meetings, etc.
  • This person will be required to demonstrate full Covid-19 vaccination and up-to-date boost records, take an annual TB test, and submit an MVR to demonstrate a clean driving record.
  • Work occasional evenings and weekends as needed.

COMPENSATION

Salary is $75,000-$80,000 annually. Benefits package includes: health insurance, 2% IRA contribution, paid vacation, sick time, and holidays. This salary range reflects a pay differential of $5,000 for candidates that are fluent bilingual in English-Spanish or English-Mixteco.

LOCATION

Office is located at Pacific Pride Foundation in Santa Barbara, with occasional travel to Santa Maria office and meetings/events throughout Santa Barbara County. Due to COVID-19, candidates must be able to work both remotely and in the Santa Barbara office depending on organizational needs and safety policies. 

 

HOW TO APPLY

Qualified candidates can apply by submitting a resume, cover letter, and salary expectations to careers@pacificpridefoundation.org.

Pacific Pride Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy, disability, political affiliation, marital or family status, age, military service, or other non-merit factor.

Pacific Pride Foundation values candidates with diverse backgrounds and experiences, and we strive to maintain the highest levels of professionalism and accountability, creating opportunities for professional development and personal growth.

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Behavioral Health and Wellness Manager

Santa Barbara, California

Is remote? No


Pacific Pride Foundation
Santa Barbara, CA

Website: http://www.pacificpridefoundation.org

Posted: November 3, 2022

Contact Information

Name: George Bowles, Communications and Operations Manager
Email: george@pacificpridefoundation.org
Phone: 805-963-3636

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

Job Description

Position: Behavioral Health and Wellness Manager
Department: Programs
Location: Pacific Pride Foundation, Santa Barbara, CA
Salary: $75,000, with additional $5,000 pay differential for bilingual candidates

ORGANIZATION

Pacific Pride Foundation (PPF) is the largest LGBTQ+ center between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Partnering with 65 educational and nonprofit agencies, we create a thriving and visible LGBTQ+ community and prevent the transmission of HIV and HEP-C. Serving more than 7,000 people per year with an annual budget of $1.6 million, our programs serve all of Santa Barbara County, and focus on the health and wellness of individuals as well as the community. Most of our programs take place both virtually and in-person, including programs for youth and older adults, counseling services, LGBTQ+ competency training, community events, and advocacy. Additionally, we provide in-person opioid prevention and response services, including the only syringe exchange program in Santa Barbara County.

JOB SUMMARY

Reporting to and with the support and guidance of the Executive Director, the Behavioral Health and Wellness Manager is responsible for overseeing and implementing a robust suite of community health and wellness programs countywide, including opioid response, harm reduction, testing,  training, counseling, and counselor intern training. The BHW Manager will supervise a Health & Prevention Coordinator, as well as a Counseling team, and will be responsible for those programs as a whole, including front-line program facilitation when necessary. This position is ideal for a skilled, passionate programs professional who is eager to innovate and expand established programs for LGBTQ+ and HIV-impacted communities.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The Behavioral Health and Wellness Manager oversees a team responsible for the following:

 

  • Oversee Health & Prevention programs, including county-wide mobile Syringe Services Program with weekly exchange events at multiple locations throughout the county;  HIV, Hep C, and Covid-19 testing, outreach and operations; (including developing quality and compliance plans and reports, ordering and maintaining testing supplies, test site logistics,  and client intake); PrEP navigation; and supply inventory and ordering.
  • Oversee ongoing training of HIV test counselors as required by the State Office of AIDS.  
  • Oversee in-person and teletherapy counseling and training program: hire counseling interns, manage client intake list and master sheet, assign new clients, oversee therapy group menu, set fee scale, oversee payment process, digitize clinical files, manage, maintain and update policy and procedures manual, intake process, delivery of clinical supervision, and training of counseling interns in LGBTQ+ and HIV/AIDS clinical competency.
  • Oversee LBTQ Health Equity Project, focused on providing mental health services to LBTQ immigrant women, nonbinary, and trans people.
  • In partnership with the Community Outreach and Education Manager, oversee training requirements for PPF, including government contracts.
  • Supervise program staff responsible for Health & Prevention and Counseling programs throughout Santa Barbara County. Positions may be located in a different office.
  • Support grant-writing and reporting with qualitative & quantitative data; track data and deliverables for grants and contracts and serve as program contact.; Ensure all contractual reporting requirements are met in a timely fashion.
  • Manage data collection, entry, and maintenance; work with data workgroup to design and implement data collection process and track statistics and client demographics; conduct surveys and use other evaluation tools to track effectiveness.

 

  • Ensure supervision and oversight of all Health & Prevention volunteers and interns. 
  • Work with language access committee to ensure access for Spanish, English, and Mixteco-speaking clients.
  • Maintain effective working relationships with outside service providers, donors and community partners; represent PPF on various community committees, including monthly Rainbow Roundtable meetings.
  • Other Duties As Assigned

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Education Requirement: MFT, MSW, MPH, or other related degree.
  • 3 years experience minimum in program development.
  • Excellent written, interpersonal and verbal skills, with attention to detail, strong organization skills, and follow-thru.
  • Experience supervising staff, including volunteers.
  • Ability to take initiative and operate as a program lead.
  • A team-oriented approach to work, with the ability to collaborate with and motivate staff, volunteers, and other ambassadors.
  • Strong understanding of confidentiality and professionalism in a program setting.
  • Strong emotional intelligence.
  • Knowledge of or experience working with the LGBTQ+ community and familiarity with issues of particular relevance, plus a desire to make a meaningful difference.
  • Ability to use organizational PC and g-suite.
  • Experience in a non-profit environment a plus.
  • Familiarity with Apricot or other CRM, a plus.
  • Experience working with people who use IV drugs a plus.
  • Bilingual English-Spanish or English-Mixteco preferred.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

The person in this position must be able to:

  • Move about inside the office to access file cabinets, office equipment, shelves, etc.
  • Lift up to 25 lbs.
  • Communicate via telephone, video conference, email and in-person.
  • Drive to in-person trainings, SSP locations, testing events, meetings, etc.
  • This person will be required to demonstrate full Covid-19 vaccination and up-to-date boost records, take an annual TB test, and submit an MVR to demonstrate a clean driving record.
  • Work occasional evenings and weekends as needed.

COMPENSATION

Salary is $75,000-$80,000 annually. Benefits package includes: health insurance, 2% IRA contribution, paid vacation, sick time, and holidays. This salary range reflects a pay differential of $5,000 for candidates that are fluent bilingual in English-Spanish or English-Mixteco.

LOCATION

Office is located at Pacific Pride Foundation in Santa Barbara, with occasional travel to Santa Maria office and meetings/events throughout Santa Barbara County. Due to COVID-19, candidates must be able to work both remotely and in the Santa Barbara office depending on organizational needs and safety policies. 

HOW TO APPLY

Qualified candidates can apply by submitting a resume, cover letter, and salary expectations to careers@pacificpridefoundation.org.

Pacific Pride Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy, disability, political affiliation, marital or family status, age, military service, or other non-merit factor.

Pacific Pride Foundation values candidates with diverse backgrounds and experiences, and we strive to maintain the highest levels of professionalism and accountability, creating opportunities for professional development and personal growth.

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Community Outreach and Education Coordinator – Bilingual

Santa Maria, California

Is remote? No


Pacific Pride Foundation
Santa Barbara, CA

Website: http://www.pacificpridefoundation.org

Posted: November 2, 2022

Contact Information

Name: George Bowles, Communications and Operations Manager
Email: george@pacificpridefoundation.org
Phone: 805-963-3636

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

Job Description

ORGANIZATION

Pacific Pride Foundation (PPF) is the largest LGBTQ+ center between Los Angeles and San Francisco, serving all of Santa Barbara County. Partnering with 65 educational and nonprofit agencies, we create a thriving and visible LGBTQ+ community and prevent the transmission of HIV and HEP-C. Serving more than 10,000 people per year with an annual budget of $1.4 million, our programs focus on the health and wellness of individuals as well as the community. During Covid, we have pivoted to provide most programs virtually, including programs for youth and older adults, counseling services, LGBTQ+ competency training, community events, and advocacy. Additionally, we continue to provide the only syringe exchange program in Santa Barbara County.

POSITION SUMMARY:

Pacific Pride is seeking a full-time, Santa Maria-based Community Outreach and Education Coordinator (COE Coordinator) to join a dedicated team of professionals. Reporting to and with the support and guidance of the Community Outreach & Education Manager, the COE Coordinator will implement a robust suite of community Outreach and Education programs countywide, including youth and older adult peer support groups, in-school programs, training and education services, and certain community-based events.

Community Outreach

PROUD Older Adult Program: Proud Older Adult programs are focused on LGBTQ+ adults aged 50 and older. These programs provide social connection and engagement.

  • Facilitate programs for LGBTQ+ older adults, including regular luncheons, speakers, and in-community activities.
  • Research, update and provide resource access for older adults.
  • Conduct LGBTQ+ trainings for senior centers that fulfill their requirements for AB 663. This includes developing a speakers bureau of older adults to assist with trainings.

PROUD Youth and Family Program: PROUD Youth and Family Programs are focused on LGBTQ+ youth aged 12-17, LGBTQ+ youth younger than 12, LGBTQ+ youth aged 18-25, and the family of LGBTQ+ youth. These programs provide social engagement, leadership development and organizing training.

  • Facilitate, and grow programs for LGBTQ+ youth (12-17), including regular peer support meetings for LGBTQ+ youth and LGBTQ+ youth of color.
  • Facilitate, and grow summer programs for LGBTQ+ youth.
  • Assist with the execution of the annual Youth Connect Conference and PROUD Prom, including logistics, programming and recruitment.
  • Serve as a resource and support for LGBTQ+ parents and family of LGBTQ+ children through trainings and phone consultations
  • Work with COE Manager to develop and launch LGBTQ+ parent and family programs to provide social engagement and support.
  • Work with the COE Manager to expand the PROUD Youth Program below age 12, to meet increasing needs of children and young families.
  • Work with the COE Manager to develop PROUD Youth Program for Transition Age Youth (18-25).

Safe Schools Outreach: Safe Schools Outreach includes school-based programs.

  • Provide school and district-specific trainings.
  • Provide monthly visits to high school and middle school Gender & Sexuality Alliances (GSAs)
  • Work with school counselors and psychologists regarding culturally competent mental health services for LGBTQ+ youth, and referrals process to PPF.
  • Serve as authority for local school districts on the FAIR Education Act, AB 1266 and the California Healthy Youth Act; advocate for and ensure administration of LGBTQ+ Identity Education requirements in Santa Barbara Unified School District and other districts as invited.
  • Help area GSAs identify a shared program calendar with key observances (e.g. Transgender Day of Remembrance, Latinx History Month); help identify discrete fundraising goals and cross-club collaboration (i.e. with Ethnic Studies clubs and other targeted minority identity groups).

Office Support and Community Engagement

  • Support general operations of the Santa Maria office.
  • Recruit volunteers to support key events in LGBTQ+ departments throughout the calendar year.
  • Identify community collaboration opportunities and represent PPF at north and mid-county roundtable meetings as appropriate.
  • Serve as Volunteer Coordinator for the Youth Connect Conference/PROUD Prom.
  • Support Spanish-speaking and Latinx client outreach by expanding Spanish-only offerings across program areas, including occasional translation and updating of Spanish-language materials.
  • Provide support for the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance and Transgender Day of Visibility Events (collaborations with SBTAN).
  • Support Core Staff in implementing other PPF events (i.e Pride, Canary, etc.)
  • Support Grant Reporting with qualitative & quantitative data.
  • Conduct surveys and use other evaluation tools to track effectiveness.
  • Complete LGBTQ+ Program data entry from all LGBTQ+ Outreach.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Community Education

  • Facilitate trainings for diverse professional and community audiences, including monetized and non-monetized trainings regarding LGBTQ+ competency.
  • Administer pre-/post-surveys; pre-training LGBTQ+ Assessments; Maintain tracking data.
  • Develop new partnerships/clients for trainings.

QUALIFICATIONS

The Community Outreach and Education Coordinator should have the following skills and experience:

  • Flexible, compassionate, and supportive attitude
  • Two or more years of demonstrated community outreach experience
  • Experience in presenting to moderate and large audiences
  • Ability to educate about sensitive social justice and health-related topics to a variety of Spanish-speaking audiences
  • Introductory experience with social media administration
  • Education requirement: Bachelor’s degree preferred, or equivalent experience
  • Computer literate with proficiency in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint, etc.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Sensitive to confidential information
  • Bilingual – Spanish & English – Required

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

The person in this position must be able to:

  • Move about inside the office to access file cabinets, office machinery, storage shelves, etc.
  • Lift up to 20 lbs.
  • Communicate via telephone, video conference, email and in-person.
  • Drive to in-person trainings, GSA visits, meetings, etc.
  • This person will be required to demonstrate full Covid-19 vaccination and up-to-date boost records, take an annual TB test, and submit an MVR to demonstrate a clean driving record.
  • Work occasional evenings and weekends as needed

COMPENSATION:

Compensation is $25/hr.. Benefits package includes: health insurance, paid vacation sick time and holidays.

JOB TYPE: Full-time: 40 hours/week.

LOCATION

Office is located at Pacific Pride Foundation’s Santa Maria office, inside the Family Service Agency building, with occasional travel to Santa Barbara office and meetings/events throughout Santa Barbara County. Due to COVID-19, candidates must be able to work both remotely and in the Santa Barbara office depending on organizational needs and safety policies.

HOW TO APPLY

Qualified candidates can apply by submitting a resume, cover letter, and salary expectations to careers@pacificpridefoundation.org.

Pacific Pride Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy, disability, political affiliation, marital or family status, age, military service, or other non-merit factor.

Pacific Pride Foundation values candidates with diverse backgrounds and experiences, and we strive to maintain the highest levels of professionalism and accountability, creating opportunities for professional development and personal growth.

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HIV Services Manager

SF Bay Area (Marin County), California

Is remote? No


The Spahr Center
Corte Madera, CA

Website: https://thespahrcenter.org

Posted: October 4, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Fel Agrelius, Director of Programs and Communications
Email: agrelius@thespahrcenter.org

Link to posting: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/3295255560/

Job Description

HIV Services Manager

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

This role has the exciting opportunity to lead the largest programmatic department within the agency. The Spahr Center recently adopted a new strategic plan and implemented an agency rebranding. This is a pivotal moment in the organization’s history and we are looking for a strong program manager to support HIV+ community members.

The HIV Services Manager works collaboratively as part of the programs team, and supervises two case managers and a programs assistant. The HIV services program offers case management, benefits advocacy, food assistance, emergency financial assistance, mental health counseling, and peer support groups for people living with HIV, along with helping clients connect to other programs. This is a non-exempt position reporting to the Director of Programs.

Responsibilities:

Grant Management and Reporting Responsibilities

  • Implementation of all deliverables for Ryan White and other HIV services grants
  • Participate in Marin County HIV Care Council / coalition meetings
  • Co-host monthly care coordination meetings between The Spahr Center (non-medical) and Marin Community Clinics (medical)
  • Coordination with development department for timely submission of all Ryan White grant reports
  • Manage record keeping according to HIPPA of all client records

Client Management Responsibilities

  • Ensure that all HIV clients are receiving at least one annual case management check in.
  • Ensure primary applications and annual recertifications of HIV client eligibility for Ryan White services and AIDS Drug Assistance Program are maintained

Supervision Responsibilities

  • Host weekly HIV Services Team meetings
  • Provide supervision of two case managers and one program assistant

Client Financial Assistance Responsibilities

  • Restructure and oversee client financial assistance request process
  • Ensure that all client assistance approvals are within approved guidelines
  • Ensure that total funds spent on client financial assistance does not exceed allocated funds available

Marketing and Outreach for HIV Services

  • Oversee internal outreach to increase client participation in 340B specialty pharmacy program
  • Actively participate in external outreach to identify and bring in additional HIV+ clients to ensure they are in care
  • Actively participate in general organizational outreach to support awareness of The Spahr Center’s HIV services

General Responsibilities

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

Requirements

  • Impeccable attention to detail
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent analytical skills
  • Proven experience in staff supervision and team building
  • Past experience implementing and managing government grants
  • Ability to utilize technology to achieve results, including google suite, slack, zoom, and docusign.
  • Energy, enthusiasm, and motivation for ensuring equity for LGBTQ+ and HIV communities
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team and be able to prioritize and manage multiple tasks effectively and efficiently
  • Ability to navigate difficult conversations with clients
  • Prior experience in working with historically excluded and minoritized populations
  • Prior experience working at a non-profit organization
  • Demonstrated track record of completing tasks in a timely manner
  • Passionate learner who is motivated to take on new challenges
  • Current driver's license
  • Completion of background check
  • Bachelor’s Degree

Preferences

  • Bachelor’s or Master's Degree in social work, human services, public health or related fields
  • Prior experience in case management
  • Prior work in the HIV movement
  • Spanish-language spoken and written proficiency

This is a full-time position with an hourly rate of $30.00 to $32.00 an hour. Salary will be offered for this position based upon the successful candidate’s prior experience. The Spahr Center offers health, dental, vision, life, and long-term disability insurance and offers an FSA plan, and vacation time. Excellent working environment in central Marin County, California within close proximity to numerous restaurants, parks, and trails.

Frequently cited statistics show that women, trans, and non-binary people, as well as Black, Indigenous, and other People of Color apply to jobs only if they meet 100% of the qualifications. The Spahr Center encourages you to break that statistic and to apply. No one ever meets 100% of the qualifications. We look forward to your application. The Spahr Center is a ban-the-box organization. If you are a member of an under-represented community, you are encouraged to self-identify in your cover letter. If you are bilingual with English and either Spanish or ASL, please indicate your language skills in your cover letter. The candidate who best meets the job qualifications and needs of the organization will be selected for the position.

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

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

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LGBTQ Movement Building & Policy Researcher

Colorado

Is remote? Yes


Movement Advancement Project
Denver, , CO

Website: http://www.lgbtmap.org

Posted: October 26, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Naomi Goldberg, Deputy Director
Email: naomi@mapresearch.org

Link to posting: https://www.mapresearch.org/about-map/movement-building-policy-researcher

Job Description

About the Movement Advancement Project 
The Movement Advancement Project (MAP) is an independent, nonprofit think tank, founded in 2006. We power progressive movements. We work to create a thriving, inclusive and equitable America where all people have a fair chance to pursue health and happiness, earn a living, take care of the ones they love, be safe in their communities, and participate in civic life. Our transformative and rigorous research and communications help people more easily understand—and take action on—the critical issues we face. We have programs focused on LGBTQ Equality and the Equality MapsDemocracy & Elections and the Democracy Maps; and Open to All, our nondiscrimination public education campaign. Our work is laser-focused on changing hearts and minds. At a time of deep divisions, our work builds bridges to advance equity and opportunity for all.  
 
In our LGBTQ program, we seek to a) vision for the future through thoughtful policy analyses and creative, engaging resources; b) respond to the current moment with our Equality Maps and issue-specific analyses and reports, and messaging research; and c) build the movement through collaborations and research that help organizations, funders, and the public better understand and support the movement. 
 
Position Description 
The LGBTQ Movement Building & Policy Researcher would join the fully remote, U.S.-based staff. The Researcher would work within the LGBTQ program with the supervision of the LGBTQ program director. The Researcher will split their time between leading the movement assessment and capacity work and creating analyses, briefs, and authoring reports, briefs, and infographics about LGBTQ people and policy issues. Strong writing skills, the ability to take complex topics and make them digestible, and an entrepreneurial attitude are critical to the success in this position.  

Learn more here: Movement Advancement Project | Job Opening: LGBTQ Movement Building & Policy Researcher (mapresearch.org)

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Youth Program Director

Boulder, Colorado

Is remote? No


Out Boulder County
Boulder, CO

Website: http://www.outboulder.org

Posted: November 10, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Mardi Moore
Email: jobs@outboulder.org
Phone: 303-499-5777

Link to posting: https://www.outboulder.org/careers/youth-program-director

Job Description

Title: Youth Program Director
Hours: Full Time
Wage: $75,000, salaried, exempt
Benefits: Personal Time Off, Holidays, Health, Dental, Vision, Disability, Retirement Plan  
Reports to: Deputy Director

Our Mission: Working independently and in collaboration, we facilitate connection, advocacy, education, research and programs to ensure LGBTQ+ people and communities thrive in Boulder County and beyond.

Description of the Work: The Youth Program Director has overall strategic and operational responsibility for the Youth Program. The Youth Program Director will be part of the leadership team that drives the overall strategy for the Youth Program and will represent the organization on a local, regional, and national basis while ensuring its ongoing success and impact. The Youth Program Director supervises all youth program staff and interns, and helps secure and manage program funding. The Youth Director will be expected to be a hands-on leader in the entire youth program including providing direct services when needed.

Duties

  • Create and manage youth program grants, budgets, and deliverables.

  • Ensure services are delivered in an inclusive, respectful, and professional manner.

  • Supervise youth program staff and support staff development.

  • Directly and professionally address any issues, conflicts, or concerns that arise in the youth program with youth, volunteers, staff, guardians, program partners, or other affiliated parties.

  • Follow all local and state requirements and reporting requirements. Adhere to and ensure compliance with OBC youth program policies.

  • Lead and co-create with youth program staff a plan of daily, weekly, monthly, and annual activities for the program and ensure adequate staffing to sustain operations. 

  • Provide strategy and guidance in growing the youth program’s reach.

  • Provide oversight to the coordination and execution of all youth-centered events, including logistics, promotion, collaboration, objectives, outcomes, and reporting.

  • Lead OBC’s advocacy efforts related to LGBTQ+ youth in partnership with the Executive Director and Deputy Director; provide input on possible impacts on LGBTQ+ youth and other youth related considerations on OBC’s advocacy initiatives.

  • Ensure that the Speaking Out Program effectively operates and educates through proper training, coordination and documentation.

  • Network with other youth serving organizations to offer resources and form partnerships; represent the organization at appropriate events or functions. 

  • Support and connect LGBTQ+ youth and their families with resources and referrals.

  • Oversee survey development and deployment to youth participants to evaluate programs in collaboration with the Director of Education and Research.

  • In the first six months evaluate current procedures & practices within the youth program for accomplishing programmatic and organizational objectives; Implement a variety of methods to promote continuous quality improvement. 

  • Manage youth program data, records, and reporting; prepare data and information to be used in grants and other reports.

  • Facilitate the incorporation of interns and volunteers into activities and operations of the program.

  • Identify grant and other funding opportunities; coordinate with staff on funding applications and solicitations; fulfill the administrative and management expectations of youth program grants. 

  • Participate in regular staff meetings, staff leadership meetings, board gatherings as required, and annual staff planning sessions.

  • Attend required trainings for staff and acquire necessary certifications, including certification as a mandatory reporter.

  • Participate in key signature events throughout the year, including some nights and weekends.

  • Lead the Scholarship committee and program.

  • This position will also be responsible for other duties as assigned, including but not limited to: fundraising, events, managing volunteers, and assisting members of the community who are seeking resources. 

Personal Qualities

  • Committed and enthusiastic about Out Boulder County’s mission and programs with knowledge of LGBTQ+ communities and issues; equipped to work with diverse individuals. 

  • Straightforward and self-assured; one who shares information readily; listens as well as gives advice and respects the abilities of others.

  • Creative and adept at planning, prioritizing, organizing and following through; highly energetic and able to balance multiple competing priorities. 

  • A team player; able to work cohesively with others and perform related tasks effectively.

  • Healthy in relational skills. One who listens well, speaks respectfully and assertively, honors diverse perspectives, is patient and honest. 

  • Energetic and willing to work a flexible schedule, including some nights and weekends.

  • Emotionally mature with a sense of humor to maintain balance. 

  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.

  • Dedicated to effective self-care and a strong believer in sustainable programming.

Qualifications 

  • Minimum of 4 years of youth development experience in working with youth ages 12-26 required; 5-10 years of experience preferred. 

  • Previous experience working with high-risk youth and vulnerable communities preferred, especially LGBTQ+ and Latine youth and families. 

  • BA/BS or equivalent learning experience required, social work, education, youth development or similar field is preferred, Masters level preferred.

  • Minimum of 2 years supervisory experience required or equivalent leadership experience. 

  • Bilingual Spanish/English preferred. 

  • Experience with grant management, reporting, and writing. 

  • Excellent writing and verbal communication skills required. 

  • Computer proficiency required, including but not limited to the ability to effectively use Google & Microsoft products. 

  • Knowledge of interlocking systems of oppression and how they impact LGBTQ+ people and communities.

  • Ability to work independently and efficiently.

  • Ability to lift 50 pounds occasionally for short periods of time, work at a computer for three hours, tolerate numerous interruptions throughout the day.

  • Must have a valid driver’s license and safe driving record.

  • All employees must either (a) establish that they have received all prescribed doses of one of the authorized and recommended COVID-19 vaccines, or (b) obtain an approved exemption as an accommodation.

Out Boulder County is an affirmative action employer. All interested individuals, including people of color, women, persons with disabilities, and persons who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and/or intersex are particularly urged to apply.

To apply please send a resume and cover letter to jobs@outboulder.org. Position will remain open until filled.

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Program Coordinator

Hartford, Connecticut

Is remote? Yes


Girls on the Run Greater Hartford
Hartford, CT

Website: https://www.gotrgreaterhartford.org/

Posted: October 24, 2022

Contact Information

Name: L Burleson, HR Generalist
Phone: 7044440679

Link to posting: https://girlsontherun.bamboohr.com/careers/214?source=aWQ9OA%3D%3D

Job Description

Title: Program Coordinator

Reports to: Executive Director

Location: Hybrid (primarily remote) in Hartford, CT.

FLSA Status: Non-exempt, part-time (15-20 hours)

 

Are you passionate about empowering girls? Are you looking for a job that aligns with your values and supports the local community? We want to talk to you!

Girls on the Run Greater Hartford is a local nonprofit organization that operates as a subsidiary of Girls on the Run International and is dedicated to creating a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams. We inspire girls to be joyful, healthy, and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running.   Girls on the Run Greater Hartford serves 5 of the 8 counties in Connecticut; Hartford, Litchfield, Tolland, New Haven, and Fairfield Counties. To learn more about our program check out our website: https://www.gotrgreaterhartford.org/

Girls on the Run believes that all girls and communities should have access to our programs. We commit to eliminate barriers to participation, to continue creating programming that engages all communities, to be intentional about staff and volunteer diversity, and to promote a culture of inclusion across the organization.

 

Position Profile

We’re excited to welcome a Program Coordinator to our team to support our program outreach, coach training and administrative functions. The Girls on the Run® Program Coordinator should possess a passion for and commitment to improving the lives and opportunities of girls in third through eighth grades. This position will report to the Girls on the Run Executive Director.

Key responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Program Outreach and Site Management

  • Implement the Girls on the Run strategic program plan and achieve or exceed program goals with respect to number of girls, number of sites and demographic requirements
  • Market Girls on the Run program to potential sites
  • Work with a diverse group of community leaders, schools and other groups to maximize Girls on the Run success and impact
  • Coordinate new and existing sites
  • Reinforce current site policies and procedures, innovating and improving as needed

Coach Management and Training

  • With Program Manager, ensure program sites are staffed with qualified volunteer coaches
  • Collaborate with Program Manager to manage coach training, including Girls on the Run training, CPR & First Aid, and background checks
  • Reinforce current coaching policies and procedures and generate continuous improvement
  • Manage inventory and distribution of coach and program curriculum, materials and supplies

Budget and Administrative

  • Collect data & manage information of rosters, girls, numbers & revenue
  • Manage coach files, sites files and other program-related paperwork
  • Research and recommend future school sites

Qualities and Qualifications

  • Passion for Girls on the Run mission
  • A dedication to Inclusivity, Diversity, Equity and Access
  • Outstanding communication skills in multiple environments and with a range of audiences (internal and external)
  • Ability to work on multiple projects, prioritize and make efficient decisions
  • Attention to detail and basic computer skills
  • Flexible and adaptable
  • Occasional travel throughout Connecticut, flexible schedule including some nights and weekends as needed
  • Experience with youth or wellness programs a plus!
  • Proven ability to connect with local communities

At Girls on the Run Greater Hartford, we support and celebrate one another not only as coworkers, but as people. We proudly offer generous and flexible PTO, so that our staff can nurture their physical, mental and emotional wellbeing in ways that are personally meaningful to them. We pride ourselves on a team culture that is supportive, understanding and open. This is a part-time, non-exempt position offering $17.00 per hour.

We’re striving to shape a recruitment strategy that reflects our heart for inclusion and accessibility. We recognize (and appreciate!) the effort you're investing in this application process and so have decided not to require or accept cover letters. We look forward to learning about you through the interview process!  

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Development Director

Orlando, Florida

Is remote? No


Zebra Coalition
Orlando, FL

Website: http://zebrayouth.org/

Posted: November 17, 2022

Contact Information

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

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

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Director of Development

Atlanta, Georgia

Is remote? No


SOJOURN
Atlanta, GA

Website: https://www.sojourngsd.org/careers

Posted: November 15, 2022

Contact Information

Email: info@sojourngsd.org

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

Job Description

AGENCY: Southern Jewish Resource Network, Inc. for Gender & Sexual Diversity (SOJOURN)

ABOUT SOJOURN: SOJOURN was founded in 2001 as The Rainbow Center. Supported by the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta and Jewish Family & Career Services/Atlanta, it was a central point to promote change and inclusion for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, and additional identities (LGBTQ+) Jews and people of all faiths throughout metro Atlanta. As the country’s social and political attitudes evolved, The Rainbow Center experienced enormous growth.

In 2013, The Rainbow Center became an independent nonprofit, SOJOURN, the Southern Jewish Resource Network for Gender and Sexual Diversity. We think of our work as a "sojourn," a temporary stay where we are a home on the journey to full inclusion.

ORGANIZATIONAL GOALS: SOJOURN went through a strategic planning process in 2021. Our focus is on impact; to include teen and older adult programming, expanding and deepening our reach across the South, and advocacy to ensure that LGBTQ+ individuals are fully protected in all parts of their lives.

General Statement of Duties:

Internal Relationships

●  Create, manage, maintain, and execute an annual Development Plan.

●  Partner with and support Executive Director (ED) and Development Committee on all

fundraising efforts.

●  Support maintenance of Board, documents, records, and Give/Get commitments.

●  Development Committee recruitment.

Donor Cultivation and Solicitation

●  Secure financial support from individuals, foundations, and corporations.

●  Develop and maintain ongoing relationships with major donors.

●  Manage the organization’s pipeline stewardship of donors.

●  Identify and steward major donors and prospective Board Members in conjunction with ED.

●  Utilize Board Members and stakeholders to engage new supporters.

●  Partner with professionals and oversee strategic implementation of events and campaigns.

●  Execute in partnership with Development Committee a strategy for a sustained base of annual individual donors.

●  Oversee strategy and execution of special events.

●  Represent SOJOURN at private/public functions as needed.

Grants and Sponsorship Strategy and Management

●  Oversee grant research strategy.

●  Develop and track proposals and reports for all foundation and corporate fundraising.

Technology, Data Management, and Communications Management

●  Manage the organization’s donor technology.

●  Oversee staff execution of data entry and gift processing.

●  Create and develop a donor-related communications strategy, communications, and content.

Qualifications:

• A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent.

• 5-7 years of fundraising experience.

• Exceptional presentation, facilitation, and people skills.

• Impeccable organizational skills.

• Commitment to and enthusiasm for the mission of the organization and advocates on behalf of the population served.

• The ability to effectively collaborate with community partners and collaborators.

• Ability to work cooperatively as a member of a team.

• Capacity for flexibility and creativity.

• Represent SOJOURN publicly, maintaining propriety when expressing one’s personal opinion.

LOCATION: SOJOURN’s main office is in Atlanta, GA. We will consider candidates located anywhere in the Southeastern U.S. 

COMPENSATION:

● Salary is $80,000-$85,000/year commensurate with experience.

● This role will be a salaried, full-time position.

● Healthcare benefits.

● Jewish, Federal Holidays, and Paid Time Off.

TARGETED START DATE: First Quarter of 2023. Our goal is to fill this position by the end of 2022. 

TO APPLY, SEND COVER LETTER AND RESUME TO: info@sojourngsd.org 

Cover letters should address the following questions and be no longer than two pages, 12 pt. font, double spaced:

• What excites you about raising funds for SOJOURN?

• What do you think is most challenging about fundraising for an organization whose focus is LGBTQ+ people, Jews, and the South?

SOJOURN is an equal opportunity employer.

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Corporate Relations Officer

Chicago, Illinois

Is remote? No


Center on Halsted
Chicago, IL

Website: http://www.centeronhalsted.org

Posted: October 26, 2022

Contact Information

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

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

Job Description

Job Title:

Corporate Relations Officer

Reports To:

Chief Development Officer

Department:

Development

Classification status:

Exempt FT

Starting Salary:

$75,000-$80,000

Hire Date:

 

Current Salary:

 

Work Schedule:

 

Position Summary:  

Essential Functions (critical to job function):

The Corporate Relations Officer will secure corporate funding in support of Center on Halsted’s mission. Working closely with the Chief Development Officer, this staff member will be responsible for cultivating corporate relationships, sponsorships and annual partnerships with local and national corporate partners. The Corporate Relations Officer will serve as an ambassador for the Center, growing our corporate relationships and helping lead our corporate fundraising strategies.

 

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

·         Other duties as assigned

 Job Description

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Research, cultivate, and solicit prospective corporate supporters.
  • Develop and secure corporate sponsorships for fundraising events, Center programs and unrestricted support not tied to events or programs.
  • Develop, propose and execute strategies (a moves management system) for solicitation of corporate partnerships and sponsorships.
  • Leverage networking groups and events for growing the Center’s corporate partnerships.
  • Manage engagement of Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) and corporate volunteer opportunities and events in collaboration with the Manager of Events and Volunteers.
  • Produce sponsorship proposals, solicitation letters, stewardship materials, acknowledgements and related reports for corporate partners, drawing on collaboration with Communications team as needed.
  • Effectively prepare and guide the Chief Executive Officer and the Chief Development Officer, planning how and when to efficiently leverage their time and resources to cultivate and steward existing and potential corporate donors
  • Create, implement, and evaluate the annual and multi-year budget plans to maintain and expand contributions from corporate sources.
  • Collaborate with Program to seek and develop ways to increase restricted and unrestricted revenue from corporate sources within a strategic framework.
  • Explore and implement opportunities for Cause-Related Marketing.

Perform other duties as assigned or required.

  

Organizational Core Competencies: Demonstrated by the candidate.

 

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

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

·         Collaboration:  Helps colleague as needed, views responsibilities as shared

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

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

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

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

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

Education/Experience and Qualifications

  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in nonprofit fundraising with a primary focus on corporate relations and sponsorships.
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred
  • Exceptional communication, writing, presentation and interpersonal skills.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Deep knowledge of the LGBTQ communities, particularly at the intersections of identity and within the primary program areas within Center on Halsted’s work, particularly, housing and health.
  • Remarkable time management, prioritization skills, and project management. Familiarity and functional comfort with Raiser’s Edge preferred and with Microsoft Office applications.
  • Comfort with donor engagement. Proven record of successful corporate fundraising across industries. Knowledge of local, state and national funding sources.

 

Reporting Relationships

The Corporate Relations Officer reports to the Chief Development Officer.  Also, the Corporate Relations Officer works closely with other Development team members.

 

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

 

Physical Demands and Work Environment

Level

Sitting for long periods of time

Frequent

Standing occasionally

Occasionally

Lifting 15lbs or more

Occasionally

Walking

Occasionally

Walking up/down stairs

Occasionally

Bending

Occasionally

 

Machine and Equipment Used:

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

 

Machine and Equipment Used:

Computer

Telephone

 

 

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

 

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

Disclaimer

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

 

 

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Executive Director

Minnesota

Is remote? Yes


National Gay Pilots Association (NGPA)
MD

Website: http://www.ngpa.org

Posted: November 15, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Beth Cessna
Email: jobs@cessnasearch.com

Link to posting: https://recruitcrm.io/apply/16679292482790013318zKt

Job Description

Organization: National Gay Pilots Association (NGPA)

Position: Executive Director

Reports To: Board of Directors

Location: Remote 

Are you a strategic, creative aviation leader with a passion for LGBTQ+ advocacy?  

Come join the National Gay Pilots Association (NGPA), the largest organization of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer aviation professionals and enthusiasts from around the world.  They are seeking an Executive Director to serve as a representative of NGPA and lead the strategic direction of the organization.

This is an excellent opportunity for an aviation leader looking for the next step in their career!  

 

NGPA offers:

  • Remote flexibility
  • Generous benefits package
  • Opportunity to be a part of a close community & connect with aviation lovers of different backgrounds

As the Executive Director, you will play a critical role in reflecting the values of NGPA's membership and delivering on NGPA's strategic mandate.  You will serve as the primary public-facing representative of NGPA and its constituents and will guide a fiscally responsible operation.

 

Qualified candidates offer:

  • Bachelor’s degree in an aviation or management-related field; undergraduate degree combined with an alternate technical qualification in an aviation-related profession is also acceptable
  • 2 years of senior leadership experience in the private or public sector, or membership on a Board of Directors in the nonprofit sector
  • Private Pilot License or other FAA-issued certificate (either past or current); a minimum of three cumulative years of experience working in a technical/operational role in the commercial or military aviation sector will serve as an adequate substitute for the technical requirement
  • Knowledge of the operational functions, leadership structures, and regulatory responsibilities of a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
  • Proficiency in budget management

 

How To Apply

If you believe you meet the requirements, please submit a resume and cover letter to the following job link (or copy/paste link to a new window):

https://recruitcrm.io/apply/16679292482790013318zKt

Additional inquiries and questions can be emailed to Beth Cessna at jobs@cessnasearch.com.

NGPA is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. 

 

About the National Gay Pilots Association (NGPA)

NGPA is the largest organization of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer aviation professionals and enthusiasts from around the world.  Its mission has been simple: to Build, Support, and Unite the LGBTQ aviation community worldwide. 

Through education, social events, and outreach, NGPA advances its primary goals:

PROMOTE aviation safety.

PROVIDE an affirming social and professional network for the LGBTQ aviation community.

FOSTER equal treatment of the LGBTQ aviation community through advocacy and outreach.

ENCOURAGE members of the LGBTQ community to begin careers in aviation.

NGPA is committed to diversity and inclusion at all levels of the organization including executive leadership.  The Board of Directors will continually endeavor to increase the recruitment of historically underrepresented and disadvantaged groups from within the aviation sector, including women and persons of color.

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Youth Acceptance Project (YAP) Family Advocate Social Worker

Independence , Missouri

Is remote? No


Fosteradopt Connect
Independence , MO

Website: https://www.fosteradopt.org/

Posted: November 7, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Tia Jones, HR Recruitment Specialist
Email: latia.jones@fosteradopt.org
Phone: 8163841984

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

Job Description

Youth Acceptance Project (YAP) Family Advocate

Description

 

Job Summary:   

  

The Family Advocate will implement a new innovative program model to provide family engagement, advocacy and support to families of LGBTQ and gender expansive youth in foster care and/or at risk of entering care. The Family Advocate will also work in collaboration with Foster Adopt Connect programs and Community Partners to provide and coordinate comprehensive LGBTQ related support and consultation to workers.

 

The Family Advocate will work with families and other caregivers of referred youth to build or rebuild relationships, educate and train, and provide other support as needed where there are challenges for family members in regards to the youth’s sexual orientation or gender identity/expression. The goal of the project is to achieve permanency for LGBTQ youth. 

 

This position is based in Independence, MO at FosterAdopt Connect Headquarters, with travel to other areas of Missouri and Kansas serviced by FAC.

 

Responsibilities: Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  

  •  Works with families and other caregivers of targeted youth to build or rebuild relationships, educate and train, and provide other support as needed where there are challenges for family members in regards to the youth's sexual orientation or gender identity.
  •  Provides families with appropriate resources and services.
  • Communicates with case workers and treatment team members about recommendations for placement for youth.
  • Engagement with youth will be in concert with the case workers and treatment team members in reviewing the history and needs of the youth and family.
  • Conducts home visits with family members as needed.
  • Conducts family finding and engagement services including discovery, exploration of files and records, documenting contacts, documenting the quality of relationships, connectedness mapping and engagement via phone, in-person interviews and family team meetings Provides consultation to FAC staff and community partners regarding sexual orientation and gender identity.
  •  Provides and coordinates training regarding LGBTQ youth to FAC staff, families, providers and caregivers.
  • Follows up with youth and family at 60, 90, 120 days to measure stabilization post placement and reconnect to resources if needed.
  • Attends treatment team meetings, FSTs, and Permanency Meetings for youth.
  • Learns and utilizes the tools and resources from the Youth Acceptance Project. 
  • Embraces and supports a culture of continual improvement.
  • Promotes excellence in the delivery of services.
  • Supports and engages in the use of data to inform decision-making.
  • Presents ideas and suggestions for program, operational, or administrative improvements to management standards and requirements. 
  • Other duties as requested

Requirements

Qualifications

  • Master’s Degree in social work, psychology, counseling or a related field. 
  •  At least 2 years of experience working with youth in the foster care system and providing support to highly at-risk youth.
  •  Comprehensive SOGIE (sexual orientation, gender identity, and expression)knowledge and experience working with LGBTQ youth.
  • Knowledge and experience assessing relevant public and community resources in Kansas City Metro area and other counties in Missouri.
  • Ability to develop positive relationships with clients, colleagues and supervisors; ability to work with a variety of families and youth; ability to talk to families who have not been affirming and help them move towards acceptance of their youth's sexual orientation or gender identity; ability to provide LGBT training to families and providers. 
  • Skills and experience working in multicultural settings and through an intersectional lens.
  • Must have valid driver's license, access to a car, and be willing to travel.
  • Must be committed to the mission of the agency.

 

Compensation and Benefits

 

Full-Time Compensation and Benefits:

  • Compensation commensurate with experience.
  • Comprehensive benefits package including:
  • Medical and dental insurance with 80% of monthly premiums covered for employee and dependents.
  • Vision insurance with 100% of monthly premiums covered for employee and dependents.
  • Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) with generous employer contribution.
  • Life insurance and long-term disability provided at no cost to employee.
  • Voluntary life and short-term disability options available.
  • 403(b) retirement plan with up to a 6% employer match.
  • Flexible Spending Account with medical expense and dependent care options.
  • Employee Assistance Program, with 8 annual visits 100% covered.
  • Education Tuition Assistance available.
  • Generous paid time off and holidays.

FosterAdopt Connect does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender identity, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its programs or services. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, volunteers, subcontractors, vendors, and members.

 

 Foster care, child welfare, behavioral health, in-home health, in-home behavioral health, child care, social worker, home health aide, in-home child care, child mental health, in-home mental health, child health care, child behavioral health care, youth behavioral health, youth mental health, direct care, social work, youth, foster youth, social services, child services, child advocate, behavior Intervention, behavior management 

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DEPUTY DIRECTOR FOR CAMPAIGNS

New York, New York

Is remote? No


ACLU
New York, NY

Website: https://www.aclu.org

Posted: October 20, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Destinee Dickson, Adminstrative Assistant
Phone: 405.762.3036

Link to posting: https://www.aclu.org/careers/apply/?job=6440238002&type=national

Job Description

ABOUT THE JOB

The ACLU seeks a full-time position of Deputy Director for Campaigns in the National Political Advocacy Department of the ACLU’s National office in New York, NY or Washington, DC.

The National Political Advocacy Department (NPAD) works to strengthen the efforts of the ACLU at the federal, state, and local levels of government. The department harnesses the political power that comes from having more than 11 million members and supporters, as well as affiliates in every state. Through issue campaigns buttressed by grassroots organizing, direct lobbying, leveraging earned and paid media and other tactics, the ACLU seeks to achieve significant policy and political change in the legislative, administrative and electoral arenas.

Reporting to the Director of the Liberty Division, the Deputy Director for Campaigns manages national staff responsible for designing, building, and executing campaigns directed at advancing civil liberties and civil rights by reaching specific political/policy outcomes. The Deputy Director of the Liberty Division helps oversee programmatic work related to advancing and defending LGBTQ equality and trans justice, gender justice and disability rights at the state and federal levels through legislative and administrative advocacy, candidate and ballot measure electoral campaigns, and organizing.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Work with national staff and ACLU affiliates to set long-term, transformational political objectives that advance LGBTQ equality, centering trans justice, and gender justice, centering women of color; developing viable integrated advocacy strategies to achieve those goals; and oversee budgets and teams responsible for the execution of supporting campaigns and tactics
  • Work with national staff and ACLU affiliates to devise defensive political campaigns in anticipation of attacks on LGBTQ rights at the state and federal levels, specifically attacks on trans and non-binary people 
  • Work with the Division Director to manage a campaigns and policy team to achieve legislative, administrative, electoral and corporate policy outcomes that advance civil liberties and civil rights, while building the ACLU’s political power
  • Operate as a key liaison between the legal projects, policy and campaign staff, and NPAD senior leadership, to identify areas of work that advances our trans justice and gender justice objectives
  • Develop objectives for federal/state/local work, and partner with ACLU affiliates to build campaign goals, strategies, and budgets to reach political/policy outcomes in the federal/state/local legislative, administrative, and electoral arenas
  • Operate as a key decision maker on campaign and policy engagements, shaping budgeting decisions, campaign priorities, policy development agendas, and political messaging frames within the Liberty Division
  • Develop and grow relationships with ACLU affiliates, allies and other organizations to further political advocacy goals
  • Help lead federal/state/local advocacy work (legislative, administrative, and electoral), which is implemented by NPAD staff through direct lobbying and other direct campaign-based engagement
  • Work with others in the ACLU, such as colleagues in the Affiliate Support and Nationwide Initiatives Department, to make affiliate campaign grants and provide feedback to affiliates on grant commitments
  • Help manage and develop staff capacity that builds a strong team that works together collaboratively and grows issue expertise and campaign skills 

In addition to: 

  • Engage in special projects and other duties as assigned
  • Center principles of equity, inclusion, and belonging in all work, embedding the values in program development, policy application, and organizational practices and processes
  • Commitment to the mission of the ACLU
  • Demonstrate a commitment to diversity within the office using a personal approach that values all individuals and respects differences in regards to race, ethnicity, age, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, religion, disability and socio-economic circumstance
  • Commitment to work collaboratively and respectfully toward resolving obstacles and/or conflicts

EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS

  • Demonstrated advocacy and/or electoral campaign experience at the federal, state, or local levels, including campaign management experience
  • Experience in legislative or electoral campaigns at the state and federal levels in the areas of trans rights, LGBTQ+ nondiscrimination protections, marriage equality, gender justice, and/or disability rights
  • Familiarity building, leading, and working within coalitions
  • Experience designing campaign strategy and tactics and executing campaign plans
  • Demonstrated people management experience
  • Ability to manage and oversee multiple campaigns at once
  • Excellent research, writing, analytical, and communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to speak in public settings on behalf of the organization 
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, simultaneously handle many tasks, work efficiently and quickly, and meet deadlines, while remaining composed under pressure
  • Willingness to travel 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS 

  • Experience doing advocacy on both issue campaigns and electoral campaigns
  • Expertise in one or more key ACLU issue areas
  • Experience doing legislative and administrative advocacy
  • Experience generating creative campaign approaches to issue advocacy

COMPENSATION

The annual salary for this position is $168,683 (Level D). This salary is reflective of a position based in New York, NY. This salary will be subject to a locality adjustment (according to a specific city and state), if an authorization is granted to work outside of the location listed in this posting. Note that most of the salaries listed on our job postings reflect New York, NY salaries, where our National offices are headquartered.

ABOUT THE ACLU

The ACLU dares to create a more perfect union – beyond one person, party, or side. Our mission is to realize this promise of the United States Constitution for all and expand the reach of its guarantees.

For over 100 years, the ACLU has worked to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the United States. Whether it’s ending mass incarceration, achieving full equality for the LGBTQ+ community, establishing new privacy protections for our digital age, or preserving the right to vote or the right to have an abortion, the ACLU takes up the toughest civil liberties cases and issues to defend all people from government abuse and overreach.

Equity, diversity, and inclusion are core values of the ACLU and central to our work to advance liberty, equality, and justice for all. We are a community committed to learning and growth, humility and grace, transparency and accountability. We believe in a collective responsibility to create a culture of belonging for all people within our organization – one that respects and embraces difference; treats everyone equitably; and empowers our colleagues to do the best work possible. We are as committed to anti-oppression and anti-racism internally as we are externally. Because whether we’re in the courts or in the office, we believe ‘We the People’ means all of us.

The ACLU is an equal opportunity employer. We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. The ACLU encourages applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, veteran status and record of arrest or conviction, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. Black people, Indigenous people, people of color; lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex people; women; people with disabilities, protected veterans, and formerly incarcerated individuals are all strongly encouraged to apply.

The ACLU makes every effort to assure that its recruitment and employment provide all qualified persons, including persons with disabilities, with full opportunities for employment in all positions.

The ACLU is committed to providing reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities. If you are a qualified individual with a disability and need assistance applying online, please email benefits.hrdept@aclu.org. If you are selected for an interview, you will receive additional information regarding how to request an accommodation for the interview process.

The Department of Education has determined that employment in this position at the ACLU does not qualify for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.

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Major Gifts Officer

New York, New York

Is remote? No


Outright International
New York, NY

Website: https://outrightinternational.org/

Posted: November 17, 2022

Contact Information

Email: jobs@outrightinternational.org

Link to posting: https://outrightinternational.bamboohr.com/careers/48

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Executive Director of SAGE Services

New York, New York

Is remote? No


SAGE USA
New York, NY

Website: http://www.sageusa.org

Posted: October 13, 2022

Contact Information

Link to posting: https://www.sageusa.org/about-us/careers/executive-director-of-sage-services/

Job Description

About the opportunity:
The Executive Director of SAGE Services is a member of SAGE’s Executive Team. Reporting to SAGE’s Executive Vice President, the inaugural Executive Director of SAGE Services (EDSS) has the exciting opportunity to join the organization during a time of inflection, reflection, and growth. Building on the momentum of a new strategic plan, as well as deep and evolving commitments to diversity, equity, and inclusion, the EDSS will lead the continued development, scaling, and administration of SAGE’s flagship community services and housing-based services programs.

The ideal candidate is a top-notch non-profit leader who has the skills and experience to simultaneously build on existing programmatic strengths and forge forward-looking strategies for the future. The ideal candidate will also: deeply and personally understand SAGE’s work with LGBTQ+, aging communities, and communities of color; bring a passion for – and commitment to – SAGE’s mission to equitably serve the full diversity of LGBTQ+ elders so that they achieve a high quality of life; and be similarly passionate about the agency’s strategic emphasis on scaling and sustaining its service offerings.

 

Areas of Leadership:

Executive Leadership & Management: Build upon the Strategic Plan, partnering with agency executive leaders and program staff to lead and develop future vision, strategy, direction, and operational plans for SAGE’s direct services. Assess and evaluate existing systems and processes related to program delivery, to ensure maximum efficiency, collaboration, and outcomes. Engage stakeholders at all levels of the organization in an equitable and inclusive way – with a priority on the older people who SAGE serves and aspires to serve – to inform goals, strategies, and plans. Represent and advocate for services at the executive level of the organization. Attend and present at SAGE national Board meetings.

Key Qualifications:

  • Experience setting and driving vision and strategy at the organization level / as an executive leader
  • Proven ability to lead growth, change, and evolution in a highly effective and consultative way, rallying stakeholders around a vision and building strong buy-in
  • Ability to evaluate, update, and innovate systems and processes with an eye toward future development and growth
  • Proven track record of advancing equity and inclusion both internally and externally to organizations
  • Extensive experience leading impactful direct service programs that serve historically marginalized groups is required; experience providing services for aging populations is highly preferred

Team & Culture Leadership: Build upon a strong, mission-driven culture, centering equity and the sustainable scaling of program impact at every level of the organization. Assess current people and culture assets of the new division to align with the mandates of SAGE’s new Strategic Plan. Structure the division and function of the teams for the future. Lead the Services team in a highly effective manner, focused on short- and long-term outcomes against SAGE’s strategic goals, with an emphasis on top performance, diversity and equity, mentorship, coaching, and individual and team development. Foster transparent communication and collaboration among programs and departments.

Key Qualifications:

  • Experience engaging diverse staff and leadership to promote top performance, trust, teamwork, partnership, and engagement across departments and levels of leadership
  • Outstanding, consultative communicator with the ability to drive and support internal communications
  • Proven ability to develop thriving teams and organizations, as demonstrated by deep relationship building, an orientation toward mentorship, and an ability to coach and manage individuals to develop their strengths and maximize their performance

Representing & Resourcing the Division: Build on a strong existing foundation of government contracts and philanthropic support to ensure sufficient resources are secured and equitably allocated so that highly effective programs (current and new) are scaled to deeply impact the breadth of LGBTQ+ elders. Explore and develop new revenue models for programs to complement and/or replace traditional government and foundation contracts and grants. Engage diverse stakeholders in SAGE’s mission, serving as lead spokesperson and representative for the division with division funders, NYC agencies like the Department for the Aging (DFTA), NYC and NYS public officials, local media, and others.

Key Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated experience successfully securing and managing funds from diverse sources, particularly government entities
  • Ability to apply an equity lens to resource allocations across programs and services
  • Strong command of budgeting and planning related to program development and delivery
  • Demonstrable experience serving as the public face and advocate of an organization
  • Track record of effectively representing an organization to diverse stakeholders

Internal & External Collaboration & Partnership Building: Help lead the creation of a new community advisory council for the division, to be chaired by a member of the SAGE national Board, and work effectively with the chair and council to garner feedback on the division’s work. Work cross-functionally to implement systems that will break down silos and promote collaboration. In partnership with leaders and staff across the organization, identify and forge mutually beneficial partnerships with community-based organizations, government agencies, and other institutions.

Key Qualifications:

  • History of building deep, authentic relationships with a range of executive, staff, and community constituencies and organizations
  • Active and engaged listener who seeks to understand successes and challenges that team members and constituents are experiencing
  • Proven ability to break down silos to promote collaboration, and build trust and cohesion across stakeholder audiences
  • History of effective partnership building, both internally and externally to organizations

 

Salary: SAGE offers a competitive salary and benefits package. The salary range for this role is $175-200k.

Location: This is a field-facing role, and the expectation is that the ED is on-site at a SAGE service location 4 days/week and possibly more often as required. This position does require some travel for conferences and SAGE national Board meetings.

How to Apply: This search is being managed by Axis Talent Partners, a boutique executive search and talent strategy firm that partners with social justice-focused organizations. Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter detailing their interest in our mission and qualifications for the position HERE

 

Equal Employment Opportunity
SAGE is an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, ethnicity, creed, color, religion, sex or gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, alienage or national origin, ancestry, age, citizenship status, marital or family status, family medical history or genetic information, veteran status, HIV serostatus, military or military discharge status, height, weight, disability or handicap, domestic violence victim status, employment status, socioeconomic status, criminal history or arrest record, sexual or other reproductive health decisions, natural hair or hairstyle, or any other status or characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws. SAGE is dedicated to this policy, with respect to all matters concerning employment.

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Executive Development Officer

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Is remote? No


Mazzoni Center
Philadelphia, PA

Website: https://mazzonicenter.org

Posted: October 9, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Tricia Dressel, Director of Human Resources
Email: tdressel@mazzonicenter.org

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

Job Description

Job Summary: The Executive Development Officer (EDO) provides coordinated leadership, strategy, direction, and guidance to ensure effective agency fundraising and development, communications, and marketing/branding to individuals and organizations that make up Mazzoni Center’s various income streams. The person in this position will coordinate a comprehensive and innovative development strategy with a focus on nurturing existing and forging new relationships to build the center’s budget, visibility, impact, and growth in service of the mission. The EDO reports to the President and Executive Officer and is a member of the Executive Leadership Team (ELT) which consists of the Executive Medical, Operations, Finance, Legal, and Diversity Officers. The EDO will work collaboratively to implement a plan for maintaining existing and developing new income streams to help meet the mission of the organization.

Communication: Excellent communication skills, both written and oral, including public speaking and presenting to all levels of donors, constituents, and allies; ability to influence and engage a wide range of stakeholders and build long-term relationships that lead to organizational growth.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the creation, implementation, and execution of an organizational fundraising plan that works to diversify revenue streams and increase annual giving across each stream, including individual, corporate, foundation, government, special events, and beneficiary event revenue. 
  • Leads all fundraising initiatives with advice and support from the Executive Leadership Team.
  • Manages and directly supervises the Development team which currently consists of a Corporate & Foundation Relations Officer and an Advancement Specialist.
  • Develop and grows a portfolio of individual donors who are cultivated and solicited each year, with a focus on diverse giving levels.
  • Supports the Board, community, and volunteer-driven fundraising and development efforts.
  • Supports Development team in prospecting new income including new grants and partnership opportunities, including analyzing opportunities to re-engage former donors.
  • Ensures government, corporate, and foundation grants are submitted completely and on time, along with ensuring that grant reports are submitted as required.
  • Supports the Board of Directors in identifying ways to connect their diverse networks to the mission of Mazzoni Center.
  • Creates reports to analyze data and results, determine the effectiveness of the fundraising plan, and readjust the plan as needed to reach the fundraising goals.
  • Manage Development team budget to ensure expenses are in-line with approved budget.
  • Oversee department and inter-department meetings to ensure organizational alignment around development objectives, recognizing the need to engage and create buy-in from staff, board, and community in development activities.
  • The EDO will either directly manage or coordinate closely with the Communications Department which currently consists of Director of Communications and Digital Communication Specialist.
  • Other related duties assigned

Education, skills, and experience required:

  • A minimum of 5 years in development is required, including experience with foundation and government grants, corporate partners, annual funds, low-dollar recurring donors, major gifts, and planned giving
  • Masters in a related field or a Certified Fundraising Professional Executive (CFRE) are preferred.
  • Ability to construct, articulate, and implement annual strategic development plans.
  • Experience in planning and executing community relations strategies, campaigns, and successful public relations efforts.
  • Experience in senior leadership is preferred. 
  • Demonstrated success in the leadership and management of effective teams, including experience as a strategic partner of a management team responsible for operational planning and execution.
  • Proficiency in all relevant Microsoft programs; experience with Little Green Light, Raiser’s Edge, Donor Perfect, Salesforce, eTapestry and /or other complementary tools
  • Alignment with Mazzoni’s mission and an understanding of the LGBTQ+ community’s issues and needs, with a track record of helping organizations effectively engage diverse populations through media and public relations, marketing and branding, web, and social media.
  • An outcomes-focused approach to work and resilience that enables one to proceed despite the inevitable setbacks and obstacles.
  • The successful candidate will be an innovative, strategic, and results-oriented leader.
  • Ability to work independently without close oversight, but also a team player who will proactively and productively engage with others at varying levels of seniority internally and externally.

Clearances:

  1. Background checks are required, including Criminal Background Clearance, Child Abuse Clearance, and FBI Clearance.

Physical Requirements:

  1. The ability to stand, sit and walk for extended periods of time
  2. The ability to lift objects greater than 35 pounds

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Staff Accountant

Dallas, Texas

Is remote? No


Resource Center
Dallas, TX

Website: https://www.myresourcecenter.org/

Posted: November 16, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Michael A. Martinez, HR Generalist
Phone: 214-540-4490

Link to posting: https://www.myresourcecenter.org/about-us/careers/

Job Description

This position is responsible for compiling reports for all agency revenue through close coordination with programming staff, fundraising staff, and peer accounting staff. The agency has numerous revenue sources, third-party insurance billings, government grants, private donations, multi-year pledges, and programming fees for service. This position is responsible for ensuring the accuracy and implementation of import entries from all revenue to the accounting software (MIP). The position reports to the Chief Financial Officer and must be able to manage strict deadlines through coordination with other staff. Familiarization with all revenue sources for the agency is necessary. This position will access multiple software platforms that are utilized throughout the agency, to obtain revenue information. General accounting experience or equivalent education is required.

Job Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Process all incoming revenue for the agency into the accounting system utilizing electronic data imports
  • Responsible for reviewing and ensuring accuracy of all coding for revenue entries
  • Communicate with program staff as necessary to become fully familiar with various revenue sources and how the revenue needs to be coded
  • Record multi-year pledges, apply payments as they are made, and reconcile open balances monthly with the agency’s fundraising database
  • Responsible for preparing the agency’s monthly government grant reimbursement billings, posting to the general ledger, and reconciling balances monthly. This will require coordination with Reporting Specialist to control allowable entries under the agency’s grants
  • Become knowledgeable on the agency’s approved budget as well as restricted grant budgets
  • Complete all revenue entries to MIP and support the CFO on projects related to agency revenue as well as other general accounting department projects
  • Make recommendations as necessary for changes or improvements to all applicable accounting processes
  • Compile revenue data and create appropriate accounting entries generated from all agency sources
  • Prepare entry documents, confirm coding and conduct research as necessary.
  • Ensure the accurate and timely entry or import of revenue data into the accounting system
  • Implement corrections as identified and approved by Chief Financial Officer
  • Complete monthly grant billings based on verified expenditure reports. Track contract billings and remaining balances
  • Accrue receivables for grants and reconcile all balances monthly
  • Accrue multi-year pledges, apply payments as they occur, and reconcile balances monthly
  • Become familiar with agency’s electronic medical records software
  • Learn the components of medical billings that are completed by third-party service so that accurate accruals can be made each month to reflect medical billings
  • Support other accounting staff through cross-training
  • Complete additional tasks as assigned by CFO or Accounting Processes Manager

Job Requirements & Qualifications:

  • Experience can be accepted in lieu of college degree
  • Experience working in a small accounting staff and being part of an interactive team
  • Revenue accounting experience preferred but not required
  • Experience or understanding of third-party insurance billing is beneficial, but not required
  • Ability to learn new software systems and electronic accounting procedures
  • Non-profit accounting experience is helpful, but not required
  • Proven organization and prioritization skills are necessary
  • Ability to work independently and to research information necessary to complete the job tasks
  • Strong Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Office applications, is necessary
  • Must be highly detail-oriented with strong analytical skills
  • The accounting department follows a strict monthly closing deadline. Time management skills with an ability to meet deadlines is a must.
  • Effective communication skills with an ability to represent a high level of professionalism in the accounting department, is important
  • Must be able and comfortable working well within a diverse workplace environment
  • Willingness to accept and complete special assignments while maintaining deadline priorities within the department.

Resource Center offers competitive pay, a generous benefits package, a 403(b) plan with a match, and development opportunities.

  • Company-paid medical insurance for employee-only coverage
  • Company-paid life insurance
  • Company-paid short and long-term disability insurance
  • 403(b) plan with generous company match
  • Paid time off (PTO), holidays, plus an additional five floating days off
  • Reimbursement fund for medical, student loan and other payments
  • Company-wide employee recognition program that offers gift card rewards
  • Do you like to have fun? Attend our Gaybingo or Toast to Life events plus receive exclusive employee discounts to great entertainment and sports events
  • Company provided anonymous employee platform where you can ask questions, communicate concerns, or send feedback to leadership
  • Training, development, and career advancement opportunities

Vision

Resource Center envisions an equitable society in which all community members are afforded the opportunity to thrive without bias or barriers based on sexual orientation, gender identity, expression, or HIV status.

Our Team

Our staff is a direct reflection of the community we serve. We are current and former clients, trans and non-binary, long-term survivors, family allies, and of every race, color, gender identity, and HIV status. One thing we share: a passion for LGBTQIA+ advocacy and support.

Centered Culture

Culturally humble. Equitable in our approach. Nimble in the face of change. Transformative in our advocacy. Enthusiastic about our impact. Relentless in pursuit of our vision. Evolving with our community. Deliberate in all that we do.

Put More Technically

Resource Center is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all persons, especially those who bring the benefits of diversity to the organization.

It is the Centers policy to operate and conduct business without discrimination or segregation because of age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or disability, except where there is a bona fide occupational qualification for the job tasks to be performed.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply online for available positions at www.myresourcecenter.org.

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Youth & Families Coordinator

Pflugerville, Texas

Is remote? No


Out Youth
Austin, TX

Website: http://www.outyouth.org

Posted: November 8, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Sarah Kapostasy, Director of Clinical & Social Services
Phone: 512-419-1233

Link to posting: https://outyouth.bamboohr.com/careers/24?source=aWQ9MjM%3D

Job Description

THIS POSITION REQUIRES RESIDENCY IN CENTRAL TEXAS TO PERFORM CERTAIN JOB DUTIES. However, this position is flexible, with the ability to work from home approximately 50% of the time and to work from an office or community setting the other 50% of the time.

Summary:

Out Youth is a 32-year-old nonprofit organization based in Austin, Texas, that supports LGBTQIA+ youth and adults with various life-changing and life-saving programs and services.

The Youth & Families Coordinator will be responsible for providing high-quality counseling for LGBTQIA+ children, pre-teens, teens, and their families.

The Youth and Families Coordinator will be responsible for the supervision of staff members, clinical interns, and associates and for providing training in the community on an as-needed basis.

They will also be responsible for the coordination and management of family services, including the caregiver support group, caregiver mentorship program, family consults, and oversight of our new play therapy program for children and pre-teens ages 5 to 11.

During the school year, campus-based therapeutic activities may be provided to LGBTQIA+ students and allies in area schools.

Position Type: Full-time, 40 hours per week

Classification: Exempt

Reports To: Clinical & Social Services Director

Direct Reports: None

Travel: Minimal

Location: Pflugerville, Texas

Department: Clinical Services

Compensation: $58,000 to $63,000

Work Hours:

  • Evening or weekend, as well as daytime hours, are required. The schedule will be determined in Coordination with the Clinical and Social Services Director.
  • A hybrid work schedule is available, with the ability to work from home approximately 50% of the time and to work from an office or community setting the other 50% of the time.

Benefits:

  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance base plan paid at 100%.
  • 4 weeks of paid vacation congruent with the established organization schedule.
  • Additional paid time off by request.
  • Technology reimbursement.
  • $500 annual stipend for professional development starting January of 2023.

Essential Functions:

  • Provide individual psychotherapy, including assessment, diagnosis (using the DSM-5), and treatment planning, to support the mental health and well-being of LGBTQIA+ children, pre-teens, and teens.
  • Provide trauma-informed therapy to clients of the agency when clinically necessary.
  • Complete counseling screenings as needed, as directed by the Clinical & Social Services Director.
  • Plan, coordinate, and deliver on-site psychoeducational support groups for students at Title I schools as needed in collaboration with Communities In Schools of Central Texas.
  • Oversee the implementation of various curricula addressing the needs of LGBTQIA+ youth.
  • Coordination and oversight of interns, including graduate student social work and/or counseling interns and clinical associates, in conjunction with the Therapy Operations Coordinator.
  • Coordination and oversight of staff members on the Children and Families Services team, including supervision, goal monitoring, and weekly meetings. 
  • Provide effective and timely coaching, feedback, and intervention to interns and staff. 
  • Prepare and submit regular and timely documentation of services as required by funders, Communities In Schools, and the Clinical & Social Services Director.
  • Perform other activities and duties as directed by the Clinical & Social Services Director, including but not limited to providing additional clinical or social services.
  • Arrange and receive clinical supervision or pursue continuing education as required by licensure.

Skills & Competencies:

  • Must be computer literate and highly proficient in Google Workspace tools and software.
  • Must be comfortable with the use of technology in an office environment.
  • Highly organized, detail-oriented, and able to multitask.
  • Demonstrates integrity, honestly presents accurate and appropriate information, and exercises excellent judgment regarding confidential information.
  • Sincere appreciation and understanding of Out Youth's mission.
  • Exemplifies a collaborative, clear, and engaging communication style.
  • Committed to the organization's mission of supporting LGBTQIA+ individuals.

Required Education & Experience:

  • Must be a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT).
  • Previous work experience with children ages 5 to 11 and their families.
  • Ability to work effectively with clients from various racial, ethnic, socioeconomic, educational, and religious backgrounds.
  • Knowledgeable about gender identity, sexuality, and systems of privilege and oppression.
  • Ability to work in a team environment.
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks with minimum direction and to meet deadlines.
  • Must be conscientious and detail-oriented.

Preferred Education & Experience:

  • 3 or more years of counseling or social service experience, ideally with children ages 5 to 11 and their families.
  • Experience providing supervision to clinical staff and graduate-level interns.
  • Registered Play Therapist (RPT) or interest in pursuing the RPT designation.
  • Experience planning and facilitating therapeutic group activities.
  • Bilingual (English and Spanish or American Sign Language).
  • Experience with or membership within the LGBTQIA+ community.

Work Environment:

  • Indoor office environment.

Physical Demands:

  • Work is performed while standing, sitting, and/or walking.
  • Frequent computer use at workstations for extended periods.
  • Requires the use of hands for simple grasping and fine manipulations.
  • Requires bending, squatting, crawling, climbing, and reaching.
  • Requires the ability to lift, carry, push, or pull weights up to 30 pounds.

Additional Eligibility Qualifications:

  • Must pass a criminal and motor vehicle violations background check.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license.

Work Authorization Requirements:

  • Must be legally authorized to work in the United States.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Out Youth is committed to providing equal opportunity to all qualified applicants for employment.

Out Youth aims to reflect the diversity of the community it serves. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against based on race, ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, country of origin, documentation, or any other factor protected by federal, state, and/or local laws.

Out Youth is committed to providing access, equal opportunity, and reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities in employment, its services, programs, and activities. 

If you require reasonable accommodations in completing this application, interviewing, completing any pre-employment testing, or otherwise participating in the employee selection process, please direct your inquiries to peopleops@outyouth.org.

Other Duties

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time, with or without notice. 

Hiring Process

Send any questions to peopleops@outyouth.org.

The position will remain open until filled.

Applications will be accepted for at least two weeks from the posting date.

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Youth & Families Coordinator

Pflugerville, Texas

Is remote? No


Out Youth
Austin, TX

Website: http://www.outyouth.org

Posted: November 8, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Sarah Kapostasy, Director of Clinical & Social Services
Phone: 512-419-1233

Link to posting: https://outyouth.bamboohr.com/careers/24?source=aWQ9MjM%3D

Job Description

THIS POSITION REQUIRES RESIDENCY IN CENTRAL TEXAS TO PERFORM CERTAIN JOB DUTIES. However, this position is flexible, with the ability to work from home approximately 50% of the time and to work from an office or community setting the other 50% of the time.

Summary:

Out Youth is a 32-year-old nonprofit organization based in Austin, Texas, that supports LGBTQIA+ youth and adults with various life-changing and life-saving programs and services.

The Youth & Families Coordinator will be responsible for providing high-quality counseling for LGBTQIA+ children, pre-teens, teens, and their families.

The Youth and Families Coordinator will be responsible for the supervision of staff members, clinical interns, and associates and for providing training in the community on an as-needed basis.

They will also be responsible for the coordination and management of family services, including the caregiver support group, caregiver mentorship program, family consults, and oversight of our new play therapy program for children and pre-teens ages 5 to 11.

During the school year, campus-based therapeutic activities may be provided to LGBTQIA+ students and allies in area schools.

Position Type: Full-time, 40 hours per week

Classification: Exempt

Reports To: Clinical & Social Services Director

Direct Reports: None

Travel: Minimal

Location: Pflugerville, Texas

Department: Clinical Services

Compensation: $58,000 to $63,000

Work Hours:

  • Evening or weekend, as well as daytime hours, are required. The schedule will be determined in Coordination with the Clinical and Social Services Director.
  • A hybrid work schedule is available, with the ability to work from home approximately 50% of the time and to work from an office or community setting the other 50% of the time.

Benefits:

  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance base plan paid at 100%.
  • 4 weeks of paid vacation congruent with the established organization schedule.
  • Additional paid time off by request.
  • Technology reimbursement.
  • $500 annual stipend for professional development starting January of 2023.

Essential Functions:

  • Provide individual psychotherapy, including assessment, diagnosis (using the DSM-5), and treatment planning, to support the mental health and well-being of LGBTQIA+ children, pre-teens, and teens.
  • Provide trauma-informed therapy to clients of the agency when clinically necessary.
  • Complete counseling screenings as needed, as directed by the Clinical & Social Services Director.
  • Plan, coordinate, and deliver on-site psychoeducational support groups for students at Title I schools as needed in collaboration with Communities In Schools of Central Texas.
  • Oversee the implementation of various curricula addressing the needs of LGBTQIA+ youth.
  • Coordination and oversight of interns, including graduate student social work and/or counseling interns and clinical associates, in conjunction with the Therapy Operations Coordinator.
  • Coordination and oversight of staff members on the Children and Families Services team, including supervision, goal monitoring, and weekly meetings. 
  • Provide effective and timely coaching, feedback, and intervention to interns and staff. 
  • Prepare and submit regular and timely documentation of services as required by funders, Communities In Schools, and the Clinical & Social Services Director.
  • Perform other activities and duties as directed by the Clinical & Social Services Director, including but not limited to providing additional clinical or social services.
  • Arrange and receive clinical supervision or pursue continuing education as required by licensure.

Skills & Competencies:

  • Must be computer literate and highly proficient in Google Workspace tools and software.
  • Must be comfortable with the use of technology in an office environment.
  • Highly organized, detail-oriented, and able to multitask.
  • Demonstrates integrity, honestly presents accurate and appropriate information, and exercises excellent judgment regarding confidential information.
  • Sincere appreciation and understanding of Out Youth's mission.
  • Exemplifies a collaborative, clear, and engaging communication style.
  • Committed to the organization's mission of supporting LGBTQIA+ individuals.

Required Education & Experience:

  • Must be a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT).
  • Previous work experience with children ages 5 to 11 and their families.
  • Ability to work effectively with clients from various racial, ethnic, socioeconomic, educational, and religious backgrounds.
  • Knowledgeable about gender identity, sexuality, and systems of privilege and oppression.
  • Ability to work in a team environment.
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks with minimum direction and to meet deadlines.
  • Must be conscientious and detail-oriented.

Preferred Education & Experience:

  • 3 or more years of counseling or social service experience, ideally with children ages 5 to 11 and their families.
  • Experience providing supervision to clinical staff and graduate-level interns.
  • Registered Play Therapist (RPT) or interest in pursuing the RPT designation.
  • Experience planning and facilitating therapeutic group activities.
  • Bilingual (English and Spanish or American Sign Language).
  • Experience with or membership within the LGBTQIA+ community.

Work Environment:

  • Indoor office environment.

Physical Demands:

  • Work is performed while standing, sitting, and/or walking.
  • Frequent computer use at workstations for extended periods.
  • Requires the use of hands for simple grasping and fine manipulations.
  • Requires bending, squatting, crawling, climbing, and reaching.
  • Requires the ability to lift, carry, push, or pull weights up to 30 pounds.

Additional Eligibility Qualifications:

  • Must pass a criminal and motor vehicle violations background check.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license.

Work Authorization Requirements:

  • Must be legally authorized to work in the United States.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Out Youth is committed to providing equal opportunity to all qualified applicants for employment.

Out Youth aims to reflect the diversity of the community it serves. No employee or applicant will be discriminated against based on race, ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, country of origin, documentation, or any other factor protected by federal, state, and/or local laws.

Out Youth is committed to providing access, equal opportunity, and reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities in employment, its services, programs, and activities. 

If you require reasonable accommodations in completing this application, interviewing, completing any pre-employment testing, or otherwise participating in the employee selection process, please direct your inquiries to peopleops@outyouth.org.

Other Duties

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time, with or without notice. 

Hiring Process

Send any questions to peopleops@outyouth.org.

The position will remain open until filled.

Applications will be accepted for at least two weeks from the posting date.

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Major Gifts Officer

Salt Lake City, Utah

Is remote? No


Utah Pride Center
Salt Lake City, UT

Website: http://www.utahpridecenter.org

Posted: November 3, 2022

Contact Information

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

Job Description

Location: Utah Pride Center - Salt Lake City, UT 

Term: Full time 

Schedule: Weekdays with some evening & weekend hours required 

Salary Range: $75,000 - $80,000 with excellent benefits (Medical Insurance, 401K Match, unlimited PTO) 

Reports to: Chief Development Officer 

 

About Utah Pride Center: 

The Utah Pride Center (UPC) has been serving the Salt Lake City area for more than 30 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 Major Gifts Officer will play a key role in supporting the continued growth of the Utah Pride Center as we seek to accomplish our ambitious fundraising plan for 2023.  

 

The Major Gifts Officer will be responsible for the cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of our current and future donors, thus contributing to their meaningful and delightful philanthropic experience with the Utah Pride Center. Working closely with the Co-CEOs and VP of Festival and Events, the Major Gifts Officer will oversee the rebranding of UPC’s membership program, cultivate, solicit, and steward current and future donors, manage the donor/member database, develop membership messaging & materials, and process gifts. 

 

Responsibilities: 

  • Rebrand UPC monthly membership program setting goals for month-over-month growth. 
  • Develop and deliver regular membership communications and appeals, via social media, email, phone and direct mail in collaboration with the Co-CEOs. 
  • Record and track memberships, gifts and acknowledgements, and ensure fulfillment of membership benefits. 
  • Manage the donor/member contact database in Salesforce. 
  • Manage membership renewal processes. 
  • Actively manage a prospect portfolio of prospective donors and complete an average of 20 contacts a month. 
  • Maintain regular contact with donors through face-to-face meetings written communication, outreach events, and phone follow-up. 
  • Collect data, prepare, and analyze monthly/quarterly/yearly membership reports. 
  • Collaborate with the Co-CEOs on the production and dissemination of an Annual Report. 
  • Assist in the planning and execution of donor fundraising events.  
  • Other duties as assigned. 

 

Who You Are: 

  • Minimum of 5-plus years of experience in fundraising or sales. 
  • Out of the box thinker and ready to take on exciting challenges/goals.  
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. 
  • Passion for and experience working with LGBTQ+ communities and individuals. 
  • Ability to quickly learn and adapt new technology. 
  • Ready to grow your career with an exciting team with a lifesaving mission. 

 

Further Director Skills: 

  • Experience working in a small/medium non-profit environment. 
  • Event planning/management. 
  • Proficiency in office management, donor relationship management, fundraising-event management, social media applications and other tech tools – including but not limited to Microsoft Office suite, Microsoft Teams, DipJar, Harness, and Salesforce. 
  • Ability to work well with Utah Pride Center team members including executives, staff, and volunteers. 
  • Should have the capacity to work independently and as part of a team.  
  • Ability to solve and analyze problems effectively and efficiently.  
  • Ability to multitask and work efficiently within close time constraints.  
  • Demonstrates a commitment to the UPC mission and philosophy.  
  • Adheres to UPC’s policies and is committed to act legally and ethically within the scope of work. 

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, three references, 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 “Major Gifts Officer – YOUR NAME”.  

Applications that do not follow the above will not be considered. 

Open until filled. 

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Finance Manager

Seattle, Washington

Is remote? No


Gay City: Seattle's LGBTQ Center
Seattle, WA

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

Posted: October 6, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Bekah Telew, Co-Executive Director
Email: bekah@gaycity.org
Phone: 206-388-1711

Job Description

Seattle’s LGBTQ+ Center’s Mission 
Our mission is to cultivate access and connections to promote self-determination, liberation and joy in our communities. We are the definitive hub for LGBTQ+ individuals seeking affirming and responsive resources, wellness, and community.

To Apply

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

Position Summary 
The Finance Manager is a member of Seattle’s LGBTQ+ Center’s leadership team and is responsible for ensuring financial integrity, accountability, and sustainability. The role includes primary responsibility for oversight and management of the organization’s budget and long-term cash flow projections, daily accounting functions, and all internal and external financial reporting and analysis. 

Seattle’s LGBTQ+ Center is seeking a motivated finance & accounting professional to create an environment of data-supported, shared financial accountability. Cultivating tools, resources, and information for financial reporting and transparency within the organization will be critical. In collaboration with the Co-Executive Director of Programs and the Co-Executive Director of Community Engagement, this role is responsible for empowering staff and helping to lead  the organization towards a culture that centers self-determination, liberation and joy. 

Duties and Responsibilities

  • A passion for Seattle’s LGBTQ+ Center’s  mission, vision and commitment to intersectional social justice
  • Responsible for the fiscal integrity and overall financial direction of Seattle’s LGBTQ+ Center.
  • Develops and maintains short and long-term cash flow projections to ensure sustainability of the organization’s financial resources
  • Prepares annual budget and oversees ongoing monitoring. Includes analyzing impact of budget requests, projecting revenue, and analyzing budget to actual variance
  • Interacts with departments on an on-going basis to provide guidance on budget management and accounting policies
  • Supervises Bookkeeper whose day-to-day responsibilities include accounts payable, accounts receivable, grant invoicing, cash-flow management, payroll and financial reporting
  • Manages the organization’s relationships with financial institutions including cash and investment accounts, purchasing cards and lines of credit 
  • Staff Liaison to the Finance Committee of the Board of Directors. Prepares accurate and timely monthly financial reporting packages for presentation to committee and board.
  • Develops and maintains effective working relationships with key financial partners including funders, investors, government agencies, financial institutions, consultants and vendors
  • Oversees budget projections and financial reports for government and private funders and other investors; supervises preparation of financial summaries and statements for reports to funders and grantors
  • Oversees preparation and review of annual financial statements to ensure preparation in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)
  • Oversees annual audit and coordinates preparation of annual form 990. Includes preparation/review of all necessary schedules for external auditor and tax preparer.
  • As needed, oversees audits or compliance reviews performed by government agencies or funders
  • Reviews, analyzes and revises internal control systems, providing documentation and training as necessary
  • Takes primary responsibility for financial systems in use to ensure that data is managed effectively and in accordance with controls and regulations
  • Reviews vendor contract terms and executes contracts when requested or required

Qualifications (required)

  • At least 5 years of demonstrated relevant finance and accounting experience
  • Experience in financial management of federal, state, and local government grants and contracts
  • Effective in working with a diverse and multicultural team of colleagues and community
  • Direct work experience with budgets, forecasting, financial analysis
  • Ability to use relevant information and individual judgment to determine whether issues or processes comply with laws, regulations, or standards
  • Above average proficiency using Excel
  • Experience supervising staff members
  • Experience with and understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), payroll management, human resources, and general business systems and functions. Demonstrated success in monitoring financial systems
  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills, especially the ability to explain complex information clearly and simply

Qualifications (preferred) 

  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting
  • Five years’ experience in non–profit accounting, to include knowledge of grant billings as well as experience working with auditors and 990 tax preparers.

Benefits

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

I-9 and Vaccine Compliance
On your first day of work, you will be required to provide proof of your eligibility for employment under the Immigration and Reform Control Act of 1986, as amended. Therefore, please bring proper photo identification, such as your passport, or your driver's license and social security card on your first day. You will also need to provide proof of COVID vaccination.   

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Senior Program Officer, Scalable Solutions – Accelerating Social Change Leadership (ASCL) Initiative

Seattle, Washington

Is remote? Yes


Panorama Global
Seattle, WA

Website: https://www.panoramaglobal.org

Posted: October 26, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Sadie Blake, Talent Acquisition Specialist
Phone: 206-970-1441

Link to posting: https://panorama.freshteam.com/jobs/SlQMa2qLKgJJ/s...

Job Description

Are you a master doer with a knack for designing and implementing new programs, building capacity, and facilitating community-building to help social change organizations leverage greater impact? Do you have experience with equity-minded social entrepreneurship, leadership support, and designing educational content?  Are you a critical thinker who gets excited by data analysis and synthesis of trends and insights? If so, you could be just the person we are looking for to be the first Senior Program Officer of our brand new Accelerating Social Change Leadership Initiative.

 

The Accelerating Social Change Leadership Initiative, housed within our Scalable Solutions department, will be a collaborative hub for supporting leaders to drive change at scale and support the effectiveness and efficiency of the social change sector. This multi-disciplinary program has four primary goals:

  • Build knowledge among early-stage social entrepreneurs about different nonprofit operating models and provide direct support for their growth and enhanced impact.
  • Lower the barriers for social change leaders to efficiently launch and sustain projects and campaigns.
  • Support social change leaders to scale impact and thought leadership effectively, develop resilience, and deepen their ability to innovate and collaborate.
  • Enable the intangible pre-requisites for driving collaborations and creating space for joint strategizing and visioning.

 

This full-time, exempt position reports to the Director, Scalable Solutions. This position is expected to have one or more direct reports in the future as the portfolio grows. This position is available on a fully remote basis within the United States.

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Senior Project Manager, Peer Learning Communities

Seattle, Washington

Is remote? No


Panorama Global
Seattle, WA

Website: https://www.panoramaglobal.org

Posted: October 14, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Sadie Blake, Talent Acquisition Specialist
Email: careers@panoramaglobal.org
Phone: 206-970-1441

Link to posting: https://panorama.freshteam.com/jobs/ezlKN2XUo0tT/s...

Job Description

Are you a master doer with a knack for building community, creating partnerships, and problem-solving to help organizations leverage greater impact? Do you thrive on facilitation, collaboration, and convening diverse leaders to learn from each other’s experiences and level up their management and influence? Are you a critical thinker and team player who wants to be part of a new and growing initiative?

Panorama Global has launched a series of peer learning communities for leaders of nonprofit organizations and for donors on specific issues to exchange strategies for success, consult each other on challenges, build their field, and discover connections that can elevate their impact. Current and upcoming peer learning communities focus on global development, racial justice, gender-lens funding, and helping youth build social capital for career development. The Senior Project Manager, Peer Learning Communities will support this program in partnership with other members of the Programs team: facilitating cohorts and breakout sessions, creating dynamic, responsive, and strategic sessions, and engaging participation from cohort members. The ideal candidate for this role will have strong facilitation and collaboration skills, the ability to adapt and change course as needed, and experience with staggered project management.

This exempt, full time position reports to the Senior Program Officer, Peer Learning Communities. This position is available on a fully remote basis within the United States.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Develop and maintain work plans, roadmaps, and other project management tools to support multiple learning communities and ensure quality outcomes 
  • Collect and analyze both quantitative and qualitative data, derive and communicate key insights in a cohesive and compelling narrative
  • Capture baseline and mid-point data and track common indicators or metrics among participant organizations
  • Research and contact event speakers
  • Develop outreach materials and draft communications to participants
  • Attend, annotate, and report out on cohort sessions
  • Develop metrics and track delivery against project objectives
  • Maintain strong attention to detail and manage priorities to meet organizational objectives, quality measures, and deadlines

Typical Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • At least five years of related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Aptitude for managing complex projects, centering multiple stakeholders (particularly in cases where you are not the expert in the subject matter), and motivating team members
  • Ability to function well within ambiguous environments with resilience
  • Detail-oriented with strong analytical, writing, and verbal skills for communicating and collaborating with broad and diverse stakeholders
  • Demonstrated ability to synthesize large quantities of information and feedback, and to make strategic recommendations to the immediate team and senior leadership
  • Experience navigating sensitive operating environments and using interpersonal and mediation skills in respectful, collaborative, and diplomatic ways
  • Experience balancing competing priorities and sound judgment on when to escalate an issue
  • Skilled in partnership, transparent communication, cultural awareness, and sensitivity
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products and willingness to learn other software platforms
  • Fluency in written and spoken English required

Desired Qualifications

  • Experience working in philanthropy, at a nonprofit, and/or on social impact issues, either in a professional or volunteer capacity
  • Experience in relationship building, stakeholder management, and partnership building
  • Experience working across geographies and/or with international organizations
  • Additional language proficiencies welcomed

This job description may change as our team continues to grow and evolve – we hope you’ll be excited to evolve with us as we scale and increase our impact.

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Director of Programs

SEATTLE, Washington

Is remote? Yes


Pride Foundation
SEATTLE, WA

Website: http://www.pridefoundation.org

Posted: October 27, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Katie Carter, CEO
Email: jobs@pridefoundation.org

Link to posting: https://pridefoundation.org/about-us/work-with-us/director-of-programs/

Job Description

About the Opportunity

Pride Foundation seeks an experienced professional and embedded community leader to lead our programmatic work. The Director of Programs (DOP) is a critical member of our leadership team who manages and implements our community grants, scholarships, and other key initiatives. This person brings a strong background and analysis in program design and implementation, has a deep understanding of philanthropy and grantmaking, and is experienced in working with QTBIPOC communities and ensuring intersectional racial justice is in every aspect of programs and across organizational systems.

The DOP will support ongoing shifts in our approach to our programmatic work to be more responsive to regionally diverse community needs and opportunities, accountable to racial justice values and practices, to develop and refine our theory of change, and to more effectively utilize the breadth of Pride Foundation’s resources and capacities to bring about change for LGBTQ+ communities. As part of the key responsibilities of this position, the DOP will evaluate programmatic changes that have recently been made and lead the process to evaluate, research, develop, and implement further programmatic changes.

The DOP reports to the CEO, serves on Pride Foundation’s Leadership Team, and leads a departmental team of four staff members. 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 have the option to work out of our headquarters office in Seattle as conditions of the pandemic make in-person work safe.

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 and our 4 day work weeks here.

Primary Responsibilities

The Director of Programs (DOP) provides strategic vision and leadership for Pride Foundation’s programmatic efforts throughout the Northwest. The DOP will manage and provide strategic guidance for all of our resource programs: grantmaking (currently invested through three connected strategies/initiatives) and our scholarships. The DOP builds cross-departmental strategies with our Community Engagement department, Community Advocacy, Research, and Education department, and CEO to create more cohesive and integrated organizational strategy.

The Director of Programs brings a creative, innovative, and thoughtful approach to program development while prioritizing Pride Foundation’s values, priorities, and commitment to social justice philanthropy.

The DOP manages our Programs Team, comprised of our two Grants Program Officers, Scholarships Program Officer, and Programs Operations Manager.

Strategy Development (40%)

  • Vision and collaboratively lead strategic development of all scholarship and grantmaking programs, including evaluation, research, and program design to be aligned with Pride Foundation’s values, trust-based principles, and deepening meaningful community participation by sharing and shifting power.
  • Build and implement cross-departmental strategies that increase resourcing of programmatic efforts and integration of organizational efforts.
  • Vision and collaboratively lead new efforts to support community resourcing and organizational impact, which might include things like: new initiatives, convenings, technical support (“support beyond the check”), or leadership development.
  • Track best practices for philanthropic efforts and emerging trends and developments and integrate them into programmatic strategy.

Strategic Partnerships (20%)

  • Work with the CEO to develop philanthropic partnerships that increase support for LGBTQ+ communities (e.g., collaborative initiatives, philanthropic advocacy).
  • Work with Community Advocacy, Research, and Education department to build cross-departmental, integrated advocacy and grantmaking strategies.
  • Work with Community Engagement department to build integrated community resourcing strategies.
  • Participate in, lead, and facilitate conference sessions, coalitions, committees, collaboratives, and other efforts with community and philanthropic partners.

Programmatic Implementation (15%)

  • Work with the Programs Team to support all programmatic activities, policies, and practices as needed to implement.
  • Bring a vision for long-term transformational change focused on dismantling systems of oppression to the evaluation and implementation of programmatic changes and lead the process to evaluate, research, develop, and implement further programmatic changes with the Programs Team.
  • Collaborate with CEO and Director of Community Engagement to provide guidance and support for the growth of the Scholarship Fundholder and Donor Advised Fundholder Programs.
  • Develop and manage departmental workplans and budgets.

Internal Leadership (15%)

  • Manage and coach Programs Team members to implement Pride Foundation’s programs in a values-aligned way that emphasizes mutual trust, support, autonomy, and commitment to supporting the leadership of team members.
  • Serve as a member of Pride Foundation’s Leadership Team, guiding the organization’s broader strategic vision and culture.
  • Actively contribute to creating a model of leadership that intentionally disrupts a traditional style of leadership grounded in white, heteropatriarchal ways of operating.
  • Collaboratively lead internal work to ensure a deep understanding across the organization and individual team members of our programmatic priorities, approach, and how it connects to the work we do throughout the organization.

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 collaborative culture at Pride Foundation that underscores the interdependence of all of our work.

Qualifications: Skills and Experience

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

  • Commitment to Pride Foundation’s mission and to building a racially just, equitable, and inclusive culture through all levels of the organization.
  • Experience working with LGBTQ+ BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) and communities disproportionately targeted by injustice, including non-binary and Two Spirit communities, indigenous communities and tribal nations, immigrant communities, rural communities, and others.
  • Understanding and experience working on issues related to intersectional social justice (including racial, LGBTQ+, gender, disability, economic, and/or reproductive justice).
  • Exceptional strategic thinking and creative skills to support the development of new models and structures to better support LGBTQ+ BIPOC communities.
  • Experience in program management, design, and implementationmeant for supporting and resourcing QTBIPOC communities.
  • Experience in managing and coaching diverse staff and teams toward achieving strategic goals and developing organizational culture.
  • Experience in grantmaking, community organizing, or related work.
  • Experience with and understanding of philanthropy and grantmaking practices.
  • Strong leadership, facilitation, and collaborative management skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills with 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.
  • Passion, a strong work ethic, and self-motivated drive.

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

  • Experience working in philanthropy, particularly in leading and implementing trust-based, participatory approaches to programmatic investments.
  • Experience working with communities in the geographical region of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington, and/or across rural, small town, and urban areas.

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 $95,000-$105,000, 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 letter of interest and resume to: jobs@pridefoundation.org

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 also ask you to specifically address:

  • 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

Priority will be given to candidates who submit their applications by November 27, 2022. 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 position will be filled as soon as the appropriate candidate is found, as the position is available immediately.

For more information about Pride Foundation, please visit our website: www.pridefoundation.org.

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Executive Director

Tacoma, Washington

Is remote? No


The Rainbow Center - Tacoma
Tacoma, WA

Website: http://www.rainbowcntr.org

Posted: November 1, 2022

Contact Information

Email: jobs@rainbowcntr.org
Phone: 253-383-2318

Job Description

RAINBOW CENTER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

 

Join a team of talented professionals who are passionate about their work!

 

ABOUT RAINBOW CENTER:

Mission

Through education, advocacy, and celebration, Rainbow Center expands resources and safe space for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and allied (LGBTQ2S+) community.

About Us

For more than 25 years, Rainbow Center has served as a resource hub for the LGBTQ2S+ community in South Puget Sound. Rainbow Center has daily open hours, where resources—including a lending library, computer and Wi-Fi access, advocacy services, and educational materials—are available to community members. Each year we provide direct services to 1,000 individuals, greet almost 4,000 visits at Rainbow Center, and touch the lives of thousands more through events and partnerships.

Our Education Program offers high-quality workshops and training opportunities for individuals, businesses or groups that want to know more about how to engage, support, serve and increase their awareness/understanding of the LGBTQ2S+ community.

Finally, celebrating the LGBTQ2S+ community is a huge part of our mission. We host social programs and events for the LGBTQ2S+ community all year. We are also proud to host the two most amazing celebrations in Tacoma/Pierce County — Tacoma Pride and our annual Black & White Gayla.

Equity Values

Rainbow Center is committed to a practice of anti-racism, social justice, and racial equity.

We understand that a commitment to this practice involves addressing the inequities that exist within RC, our programs, and our wider communities, while creating opportunities for new inclusive practices. We understand that this practice involves making mistakes, taking accountability for them, and learning from them. 

Data shows that women and BIPOC candidates more frequently do not apply to a job because they don’t feel that they meet all of the qualifications listed. Our job descriptions' desired skills are general overviews, not a mandatory comprehensive list. If you share Rainbow Center’s values and believe you have the expertise to contribute to the mission and growth of our organization, we encourage you to apply. As part of our ongoing commitment to a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace, we’re invested in building teams with a wide variety of backgrounds, identities, and experiences.

See the full Job Description below. This position will remain open until filled. Applicants who submit their cover letter and resume by November 15th will be given first priority.

Interested applicants should send their cover letter and resume to jobs@rainbowcntr.org

Applicants who do not provide a cover letter and resume will not be considered.

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