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California


KE Program Manager
Concord, California
Rainbow Community Center of Contra Costa County
Concord, CA
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Family Services Coordinator
Long Beach, California
The LGBTQ Center Long Beach
Long Beach, CA
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Transgender Health Program Coordinator
Long Beach, California
The LGBTQ Center Long Beach
Long Beach, CA
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Director of Finance and Operations
Sacramento, California
Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA
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Outreach and Training Institute Director
Sacramento, California
Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA
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Connecticut


Executive Director
Norwalk, Connecticut
Triangle Community Center
Norwalk, CT
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Delaware


COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER
Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
CAMP Rehoboth
Rehoboth Beach, DE
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District of Columbia


Payroll Accountant
Washington, District of Columbia
AIDS United
Washington, DC
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Program Associate – Coordinating Center for Technical Assistance-Evidence Informed Interventions (E2i-CCTA)
Washington, District of Columbia
AIDS United
Washington, DC
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Senior Accountant
Washington, District of Columbia
AIDS United
Washington, DC
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Arkansas Field Organizer (Project One America)
Washington, District of Columbia
Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC
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Events Manager
Washington, District of Columbia
Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC
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Pride Administrative Temp
Washington, District of Columbia
Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC
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Senior Events Manager
Washington, District of Columbia
Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC
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Individual Giving Manager
Washington, District of Columbia
National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health
Washington, DC
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President-CEO
Washington, District of Columbia
SIECUS - Sexuality Information and Education Council of the US
Washington, DC
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Florida


Fund Development Officer
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
CenterLink: The Community of LGBT Centers
Fort Lauderdale, FL
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Executive Vice President, Operations
Sarasota, Florida
McCormack+Kristel
Palm Springs, CA
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Chief Financial Officer
St. Petersburg, Florida
McCormack+Kristel
Palm Springs, CA
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Nevada


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


Communications Director
New York, New York
Immigration Equality
New York, NY
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Policy Analyst or Staff Attorney, Work Equity & Social Insurance
Washington, DC/Berkeley, CA/New York, NY, New York
National Employment Law Project
New York, NY
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Social Worker
Whtie Plains, New York
Westchester Jewish Community Services
Whtie Plains, NY
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Social Worker
Whtie Plains, New York
Westchester Jewish Community Services
Whtie Plains, NY
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Tennessee


Executive Director
Memphis, Tennessee
OUTMemphis: The LGBTQ Center for the Mid-South
Memphis, TN
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Texas


INTERVENTION PROGRAM COORDINATOR
Houston, Texas
the Montrose Center
Houston, TX
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KE Program Manager

Concord, California

Is remote? No


Rainbow Community Center of Contra Costa County
Concord, CA

Website: http://www.rainbowcc.org

Posted: November 15, 2018

Contact Information

Name: Rainbow Community Center of Contra Costa County, Director of Operations
Email: jobs@rainbowcc.org
Phone: 925-692-0090

Job Description

ORGANIZATION CULTURE

Rainbow Community Center of Contra Costa County (Rainbow) is committed to creating an organizational culture that fulfills our mission of building community and promoting well-being among our community members who are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Same Gender Loving, Trans*, Queer, Questioning, Two-Spirit, Intersex, Asexual (LGBTQ), HIV+, and Allies.

Our services are based upon a three tier model of interventions that are designed to reduce isolation, identify individuals in need of direct support, and increase resiliency of our consumers – all while building skills needed to cope with the impact of living in a heteronormative and often rejecting dominant culture. Our work is also grounded within a vision of creating a society that embraces acceptance for people of all sexual orientation and gender identities & expressions.  

We are dedicated to the development of Rainbow as a learning organization where board, staff, volunteers and those we serve can join together in joint creation of a culture that truly demonstrates the expression of our mission to build community and promote well-being.  We are committed to learning together, sharing our knowledge, empowering each other and creating an organization that supports the development of compassionate, reflective, talented, innovative, and dedicated employees, interns, and volunteers.

POSITION SUMMARY

The KE Program Manager will support the Specialized Emergency Housing (KE) program by providing case management to homeless and unstably housed LGBTQ youth, ages 12-24, in order to ensure that the basic needs of young people, including crisis counseling, housing placement, food and clothing, transportation, health care, education, job/career assistance, recreational opportunities and other service needs are being met.

The KE Program Manager reports to the Executive Director and works collaboratively with the senior leadership team, which includes the Director of Operations, Clinical Director, Director of Youth Services, and Director of Case Management. The KE Program Manager will supervise a newly created Landlord Liaison position within the organization. This is a grant-funded position with an anticipated end date of September 30, 2019.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Support Youth Outreach Counselors in providing school-based case management services
  • Attend, plan, and promote the annual welcoming and Inclusive Schools Summit and ensure that all students have transportation to and from the event
  • Outreach to youth to ensure they receive information and have the opportunity to attend all of Rainbow’s special events for youth
  • Ability to facilitate training and workshops for schools, partner agencies, staff, and community-based organizations
  • Must attend Care Team meetings, where student cases are discussed
  • Work with Rainbow’s Director of Youth Services and local community partners to identify LGBTQ youth in need of KE program services and resources
  • Respond to the immediate safety needs of victims of crime by providing assistance in locating emergency shelter or other emergency housing assistance, which includes but is not limited to: physical shelter facilities, hotels/motels via providing vouchers, safe houses, and other short-term rental facilities
  • Meet with young people to determine their housing needs and present a realistic range of options to assist in the housing search process, and advocate on their behalf
  • Accompany young people to housing appointments
  • Partner with the landlord liaison to identify housing options and to negotiate lease agreements
  • Secure contractors to provide window, door, or lock replacement/repair, and other repairs necessary to ensure the safety of victims of crime
  • Complete intake and service planning activities
  • Provide case management services and refer victims to Rainbow for individual counseling services
  • Lead case conferences for optimum collaboration among departments, programs and external agencies
  • Assist victims in applying for compensation through the California Victim Compensation Program
  • Document all interventions with young people and on their behalf via case notes and data reporting
  • Refer victims to immediate, short-term emotional and physical care, including connections to in-person crisis intervention and flexible trauma-informed advocates who are able to address victims’ unique and evolving safety needs with services oriented to help them to choose how to best rebuild their lives
  • Demonstrate an understanding and practice the principles of positive youth development
  • Provide financial assistance to victims presenting with the following needs: emergency food, shelter, clothing, transportation, window, door and lock replacement or repair, emergency costs of non-prescription and prescription medicine, emergency durable medical equipment costs, traditional, cultural and/or alternative therapy/healing, legal assistance, and relocation assistance.
  • Offer transportation vouchers to LGBTQ victims of crime
  • Develop, maintain, and frequently update a community resource guide documenting local LGBTQ friendly businesses and community organizations.
  • Attend all relevant meetings, trainings, workshops, and community outreach events, to include attendance at Contra Costa County Council on Homelessness meetings
  • Perform mandated reporting duties as needed
  • Work a flexible schedule to be able to connect with youth when they are available, which may include evenings and weekends
  • Participate in staff meetings, planning meetings, in-service trainings, and other meetings as necessary
  • Perform other duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Experience with urban homeless youth and LGBTQ population, demonstrated by a minimum of 2 years of direct service
  • Possess and maintain a valid, non-restricted California Driver’s License
  • Knowledge of and ability to apply positive youth development principles to working with young people
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience working with community partners and city agencies
  • Demonstrated ability in engagement and advocacy and collaboration on behalf of clients
  • Effective and creative work in an inter-departmental and inter-disciplinary setting
  • Working knowledge of Trauma Informed Service Model, principles of harm reduction and positive youth development
  • Sensitive to the needs of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender youth and youth experiencing homelessness
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including organizational, detail and interpersonal skills
  • Strong computer skills and knowledge including word processing, spreadsheets, and database operations
  • 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 statuses, and physical abilities in a multicultural environment
  • A passion for the Center’s work and its mission to make the world a better place for LGBTQ people.
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from work and offsite meetings.­­­

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms and talk or hear. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.   

This job description has been developed to identify some of the duties and responsibilities of this position.  It is not intended to limit or encompass all duties and responsibilities of the position.

Rainbow Community Center at its sole and absolute discretion, expressly reserves the right to modify, supplement, delete or augment the duties and responsibilities specified in this and all job descriptions.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

We recognize that in order to better serve our clients we need to continue to build an organization that supports, understands and lives our mission in our staffing and in our values. We encourage diverse candidates with potential to be leaders in integrating our work and values to transform the lives of our clients. The Rainbow Community Center is an equal opportunity employer, and we seek to develop a diverse workforce.

COMPENSATION

The salary range for this position is $36,000- $46,000.  Benefits include health insurance (RCC pays 50% for employees and employees pay 100% of premiums for dependents), a retirement plan, and paid time off.

 TO APPLY

Applications will be accepted through November 30, 2018 or until the ideal candidate is identified.

 To apply, please send a resume and cover letter letting us know why you are the best candidate for this position to jobs@rainbowcc.org. 

This job description has been developed to identify some of the duties and responsibilities of this position.  It is not intended to limit or encompass all duties and responsibilities of the position. Rainbow Community Center at its sole and absolute discretion, expressly reserves the right to modify, supplement, delete or augment the duties and responsibilities specified in this and all job descriptions.

 

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Family Services Coordinator

Long Beach, California

Is remote? No


The LGBTQ Center Long Beach
Long Beach, CA

Website: http://www.centerlb.org

Posted: December 6, 2018

Contact Information

Name: Joel Gemino, Youth Services Manager
Email: jgemino@centerlb.org

Link to posting: https://www.centerlb.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Family-Services-Coordinator.pdf

Job Description

Position: Family Services Coordinator
Department: Youth Services
Reports To: Youth Services Manager
Status: Full-Time, Non Exempt
Salary: $15-17/hour
Benefits: Medical, Vision, Dental, Paid Sick, Vacation, and 401(k)
with Employer Contribution, and optional Life/Critical Illness insurance

JOB SUMMARY

The Family Services Coordinator is responsible for providing health and wellness services to youth and families at The LGBTQ Center Long Beach, which includes planning and implementing programs that promote wellbeing of children and their parents/caregivers, as well as assisting in broader youth services at The Center, including the Mentoring Youth Through Empowerment (MYTE) program and 20Somethings.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

Family Services Program Development:

  • Facilitates and develops curriculum for groups, including but not limited to Transparent Families (monthly), Generation Q (twice a month) and Queer Families (twice a month)
  • Conducts psychosocial intakes for potential group members
  • Creates and distributes regular needs assessments and develops programs to fill family service gap areas
  • Develops regular family-oriented engagement events
  • Develops resources for parents/caregivers of LGBTQ children
  • Creates and presents LGBTQ inclusion training for family service agencies and conferences

Family Resource Linkage/Case Management:

  • Creates and maintains resource database pertaining to education, family planning, fostering/adoption, social welfare programs and other services
  • Develops relationships with child & family service agencies, organizations and providers that lead to the identification and referral of LGBTQ children and families
  • Provides linkage to family-centered resources
  • Implements and organizes case plans with family clients, and maintains documentation of client progress
  • Serves as client advocate during referral and linkage process

Youth Services Program Administration

  • Performs agency/program outreach at family service agencies, schools and special events.
  • Assists youth services team in management of MYTE program and 20Somethings/TAY programming, including special events and field trips
  • Serves as mentor, tutor, and advocate for youth and families
  • Attends meetings as required by agency and department
  • Co-supervises youth program volunteers
  • Data collection and analysis as needed for program reporting
  • Initiates billing and maintains proper documentation of outreach, education, consultation, support and planning activities as required by program funding sources

Other duties as assigned.

Desired Qualifications, Experience and Skills:

  • High aptitude to engage children and parents/caregivers in social settings; able to facilitate inclusion of those who may exhibit social inhibition
  • A Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in a related field is preferred (e.g. education, non-profit, counseling, psychology, child development, social work, women’s studies, gender studies, ethnic studies, public health, etc.)
  • At least two years’ experience working with children required
  • Bilingual (Spanish, Khmer, and/or ASL preferred)
  • Ability to pass Department of Justice background check.
  • Demonstrated success working with diverse populations, exceptional work ethic and self-initiative required.
  • Strong interpersonal, organizational and computer skills required.
  • Knowledge of case management, child welfare, and academic counseling is preferred
  • Knowledge of issues specific to LGBTQ children, teens, and parents/caregivers of all sexual orientations and gender identities preferred.
  • Must be open available to working evenings and weekends

We are looking for someone with a high skill for and gravitates toward engaging in social situations, being with young people and caregivers, drawing out the personalities of young people and has knowledge of the Long Beach youth community. We prefer someone with a youth services background and experience developing programs. Candidate must have demonstrated experience managing youth programs and demonstrate a high level of enthusiasm.
A Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in a related field is preferred (e.g. teaching, non-profit, counseling, psychology, social work, women’s studies, gender studies, ethnic studies, public health, etc.). Two years working with youth required. Candidates who have previous experience working with LGBTQ populations, especially youth of color and youth that are socioeconomically disadvantaged preferred. Availability to work Saturdays and weekday evenings required.

Please send cover letter and resume to Joel Gemino, The LGBTQ Center of Long Beach by E-Mail or by fax to 562.433.6428

NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE.

The LGBTQ Center of Long Beach is an equal opportunity employer. Applications are encouraged from anyone regardless of their race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender identity, marital status, religious creed, sexual orientation, or age.

2017 E. Fourth Street, Long Beach, CA 90814 Fax 562.433.6428

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Transgender Health Program Coordinator

Long Beach, California

Is remote? No


The LGBTQ Center Long Beach
Long Beach, CA

Website: http://www.centerlb.org

Posted: December 6, 2018

Contact Information

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

Link to posting: https://www.centerlb.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Trans-Health-Coordinator-2019.pdf

Job Description

Position: Transgender Health Program Coordinator Department: Health Services
Reports To: Director of Health Services
Status: Non-Exempt/ Full-Time
Salary: $18/hour
Benefits: Medical, Vision, Dental, Paid Sick, Vacation, and 401(k) with Employer Contribution
Probation: 90 days

ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION

The mission of the LGBTQ Center Long Beach is to empower and advocate our community to achieve a more equitable society and fosters an ever-improving quality of life for the LGBTQ community. The Center was founded in 1980 in response the HIV epidemic that disproportionately impacting the transgender and gay communities in Long Beach. Our staff has grown from a group of volunteers and minimal staff to a staff of 21 and a budget that makes us one of the largest LGBTQ organizations in the country. It consists of six departments: Health, Mental Health, Youth, Legal, Senior Services and Operations.

DESCRIPTION

Under the supervision of the Director of Health Services, the Transgender Health Program Coordinator is responsible for the implementation and coordination of The LGBTQ Center of Long Beach’s transgender health program. As part of a collaboration with APLA Health Long Beach this position is charged with the organization of community outreach, light case management, linkage to care and resources. The Transgender Health Program Coordinator provides direct services to clients, including rapid HIV testing, STI screening, health navigation for people living with HIV, risk reduction activities, community level interventions and events geared towards trans, gender-non-conforming and non-binary individuals living with or at risk for HIV/AIDS acquisition.

PROGRAM COORDINATION DUTIES

  • Coordinate all transgender health related programming with support from the Director of Health Services as well as clinical consultation from the Mental Health staff and interns
  • Coordinate and provide rapid HIV testing, STI screening services, service navigation and linkage to medical care
  • Organize, vet and provide referrals to affirming transgender inclusive services for transgender clients
  • Ensure compliance with program deliverables, program evaluation, report writing and data collection activities
  • Design and schedule community outreach calendar including events in bars and non-traditional outreach settings to pro-actively identify and assist transgender people living with or at risk for HIV/AIDS
  • Provide light case management that include PEP and PrEP education and linkage to services within Long Beach
  • Establish, build and maintain relationships with collaborating agencies or other venues with a focus on those that serve hard-to-reach or disproportionately impacted people under the transgender umbrella
  • Collaborate with relevant partner agencies on the development and promotion of transgender health navigation, community and group level interventions, events and support groups
  • Work with the Health Services Department to strengthen the coordination and internal referral system for transgender clients in need of additional health services during HIV and STI care services
  • Act as the Center’s primary representative in communicating and providing training and cultural competency support related to transgender health

ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES

  • Maintain appropriate data and produce accurate reports to funding sources in a timely manner
  • Develop, organize and maintain confidential client program files
  • Attend meetings, trainings, and individual/team supervision consistently and as required

Collaborate with internal and external colleagues performing related work
DIRECT SERVICE DUTIES

  • Provide health navigation services, including supported referrals, to address the full spectrum of client needs. Ensure linkage to medical care, behavioral health treatment, PrEP, PEP, disease intervention specialists, and other appropriate services, through referrals to culturally competent partner agencies
  • Conduct in-reach and outreach using traditional models as well as social media, as appropriate
  • Provide and disseminate written and verbal harm reduction information on safer sex strategies, hormone and silicone use, substance use, disclosure and HIV, STI and Hepatitis transmission to relevant people and communities
  • Coordinate education sessions/workshops on gender affirming procedures, hormone replacement therapy and risk reduction strategies to relevant people and communities

Conduct HIV and STI screening, performing phlebotomy, risk reduction assessments and counseling sessions

  • Provide extended or multi-session risk reduction sessions for HIV-positive and high-risk HIV-negative clients when appropriate, through the use of recommended evidence-based interventions
  • Facilitate group and community level interventions

PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION DUTIES:

  • Participate in program planning through interdisciplinary team meetings
  • Collaborate across the Center and relevant partner agencies to coordinate and ensure appropriate client referral
  • Attend continuing education seminars, staff in-services and stay abreast of relevant literature to maintain familiarity with trends in prevention services

REQUIREMENTS

  • At least 1-2 years of professional, educational, or life experience providing services to transgender communities
  • Project coordination experience is preferred
  • Strong understanding of and interest in transgender health issues
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills; Bilingual preferred not required (English/Spanish)

Strong ability to manage emotionally challenging situations with utmost professionalism, care and discretion

  • Ability to provide precise, well-written documentation
  • Experience providing HIV education, testing and counseling (certification preferred, not required)
  • Knowledge and skill with computer software (Microsoft Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel)
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks and prioritize assigned duties
  • Ability to work independently and in small groups
  • Knowledge of existing local community resources strongly preferred.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with people of diverse races, ethnicities, ages, socio-economic statuses, immigration statuses, and genders.
  • Ability to meet deadlines and work within a team-based environment
  • Ability to work evenings, weekends and over-time, as needed

Please send resume and cover letter detailing your interest and experience related to this position in PDF format to: Ismael Salamanca, Health Services Director at the LGBTQ Center of Long Beach by e-mail or mail a physical copy to the address below:
2017 E. Fourth Street, Long Beach, CA 90814 Phone 562.434.4455 Fax 562.433.6428

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Director of Finance and Operations

Sacramento, California

Is remote? No


Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA

Website: http://www.saccenter.org

Posted: November 2, 2018

Contact Information

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

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

Job Description

Job Summary:

This position oversees the Center's finance, administration, information technology, human resources, volunteer organization, data systems and facilities and is responsible for ensuring that the Center's systems support programs and services and the Center's ability to fulfill its mission. Candidates should support our organizational values and include a demonstrated commitment to racial equity and inclusion, commitment to serve the most vulnerable, and accountability and transparency.

Responsibilities:

The Director of Finance and Operations will provide regular, day to day, as well as strategic leadership in the financial and operational activities of the organization. This position will work closely with all departments as a senior member of the leadership team to maintain smooth functioning of the organization, as well as external partners, funders, and vendors. Work will mainly be performed weekdays 9-5 in the office, 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 is responsible for development of a robust infrastructure on which to provide best-in-class services, advocacy, community building and training programs.

 Budget, Finance and Accounting

  • Working with the Executive Director and senior leadership to develop individual program budgets and annual agency budget, detailing income and expense categories.
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date financial records and cash flow projections.
  • Track accounts payable and accounts receivable in relation to the budget and supply monthly reports to the Executive Director and board of directors.
  • Work closely with program managers to develop and monitor budgets for government and non-government contracts and grants.
  • Ensure financial management systems and processes include all appropriate controls to maintain the fiscal integrity of the organization.
  • Provide annual audit oversight. Work closely to support the auditors to ensure resolution of questions on revenue and expenses and required fiscal policy. Support a staff bookkeeper to complete all year end closing, pre-audit reconciliations, and audit field work. Review audit reports and annual tax returns.
  • Maintain fiscal compliance with all government and private funding sources as well as local, state and federal agencies.
  • Manage responsibility, in conjunction with bookkeeper, for all financial functions including cash receipts, billing & accounts receivable, cash disbursements & accounts payable, payroll, general ledger, grant/contract invoicing, and cash flow.
  • Complete direct finance tasks such as bank reconciliations to ensure separation of accounting responsibilities.
  • Work closely with senior staff members to provide analysis and identify opportunities for revenue growth and diversification.
  • Manage petty cash.
  • Innovate and develop automated financial dashboard and financial reporting tools for board and executive staff oversight.
  • Seek opportunities for and draft grant proposals (foundation, community, and local, state, and federal government) in coordination with the program and development staff

 

 Administration, Human Resources, and Technology

  • Oversee human resources functions, including ensuring that agency recruitment and hiring procedures are followed, human resources orientation for new staff, interns and volunteers, track staff evaluation timelines and procedures, and serve as a resource for human resources related problems.
  • Coordinate initial steps of the hiring process, including posting job announcements, receiving, distributing, and filing resumes
  • Maintain personnel records.
  • Ensure compliance with Federal and State employment requirements.
  • Research vendors and contractors to develop employee benefits; including worker's compensation, health, dental, vision and supplemental insurance and retirement benefits.
  • Maintain annual updates of agency policies and procedures including personnel policies, emergency policies, finance policies and procedures and other agency wide policies.
  • Oversee risk management and insurance policies including general liability, property & equipment and director's & officer's insurance.
  • Supervise information and technology consultants to ensure computer networking systems, internet access, telephone, printers and other technology systems to support agency programs and activities are maintained and functioning.
  • Manage agency HIPAA compliant confidential data systems for client services, impact reports, grant reporting, finance trends, volunteer hours and in-kind donation procedures.
  • Support the management and continuous improvement of the organization's volunteer systems.
  • Support the management and continuous improvement of the organization's data management and document management systems.

 Facilities Management

  • Oversee the operation of Center facilities and auxiliary office space and storage as necessary.
  • Maintain and ensure quality assurance for staff, interns, volunteers, community members and visitors, including ADA compliance, health and safety code compliance, and positive experiences for our diverse LGBTQ and allied visitors.
  • Supervise day to day management functions of the Center including short term rentals, maintenance of building and all building systems, janitorial services, safety and security systems.
  • Lead efforts to meet community engagement needs of the building. Ensure community members satisfaction with events and provided services.
  • Manage maintenance and significant building repair and/or improvement projects.

 Operations

  • Maintain contracts, insurance coverage, and legal compliance documents, MOU's and contracts.
  • Maintain grant contracts and agreements.
  • Oversee business office functions, office supplies and purchasing operations.
  • Manage all aspects of office infrastructure and operations including office space leases and maintenance, supplies and materials, and technology, as well as any future searches for new office space that may be required, and the associated process of moving offices if needed.
  • Interface with other LGBTQ and allied agencies for technical assistance and collaboration aimed at building organizational capacity.
  • Provide support to the Board of Directors and Internal Affairs Committee as assigned by the Executive Director.
  • Ensure compliance with all laws, regulations, organizational policies, and funding guidelines

 Other duties as assigned including occasionally filling in for other leadership team members and staff will be required of this position.

 

 

 Qualifications:

  • Minimum of five years of strong financial management, budgeting, and operations management experience. Experience working in non-profit sector is preferred.
  • Bachelor's degree in business, accounting, finance, or related discipline. MBA/Accounting or CPA is an advantage.
  • Understanding of the needs of vulnerable LGBTQ communities, strategies to meet their needs, and ability to work with a broad range of constituents and stakeholders representing the full diversity of the LGBTQ and allied communities.
  • Strong analytical skills, in addition to excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills are required.
  • Commitment to the mission of the Center and a strong commitment to racial, social and economic justice.
  • Experience in management and reporting of government and non-government grants including budgeting, fund accounting, grant and contracts administration, and audit requirements is necessary.
  • Knowledge of QuickBooks and class-based budgets is strongly preferred.
  • Experience in human resources, specifically for a progressive organization with a strongly diverse staff.
  • Knowledge of not-for-profit accrual accounting in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and best practices.
  • Knowledge and experience with fund accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, and payroll.
  • Innovative and entrepreneurial approach and the ability to adapt to changing environment and priorities are required.
  • Knowledge and experience with benefit administration, labor law and other human resource management issues.

 Preferred Experience:

  • Familiarity and comfort with technology, particularly information management systems and computers.
  • Experience in managing public facilities, including commercial leases, building systems, security, building safety, and maintenance is desired.
  • Innovative and entrepreneurial approach and the ability to adapt to changing environment and priorities are required.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and promote staff's professional capacity
  • Demonstrated capacity to develop and manage federal, state, and foundation grant funded programs in alignment with a strategic plan
  • Demonstrated understanding of compliance with applicable laws, regulations, internal policies, grant agreements, and professional standards of conduct
  • Experience working with diverse populations, specifically--transgender individuals and queer people of color, immigrants or other non-native English speakers, youth experiencing homelessness, people living with HIV/AIDS, and/or LGBTQ+ elders, having modeled a client-centered approach is critical
  • Personal commitment to the Sacramento LGBT Community Center's mission and a passion for LGBTQ+ issues including a robust understanding of intersectionality and systems of oppression
  • Ability and willingness to participate in all Center special events, other agencies' special events, chambers of commerce activities.
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills; public speaking, facilitation, and coalition building capabilities to balance interests, negotiate, and work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders
  • Reliable transportation and an ability to travel on a limited basis with some evening and weekend hours are required
  • Requires safely lifting or moving up to 25 lbs. on an occasional basis and navigating tight storage space.
  • Experience with client database systems; HMIS, Social Solutions: Apricot, are preferred
  • Proficient computer skills and experience with Microsoft Office 365 including Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Bilingual candidates and people with lived experience are encouraged to apply!
  • Ability to work with detailed information with a high degree of accuracy and confidentiality.

 

 Compensation:

  • Full-time, exempt
  • $4,583-6,083 per month depending on experience
  • Monthly stipend to assist with health coverage
  • Paid vacation, sick time, and holidays
  • Parking
  • Annual professional development opportunities

To apply:

Go to SacCenter.org/careers for additional details. Please submit a cover letter and a resume in a Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF document by email to jobs@saccenter.org with "Director of Finance and Operations" in the subject line. No phone calls or in-person applications please.

 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.

Position is located in Sacramento, CA.

Equal Opportunity:

  • The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is an Equal Opportunity employer. We actively seek applications from all persons regardless of their race, color, ancestry, religious creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, medical/physical/mental condition, HIV/AIDS status, pregnancy/childbirth and related medical condition, age, marital status, or veteran status.

 

 

 

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Outreach and Training Institute Director

Sacramento, California

Is remote? No


Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Sacramento, CA

Website: http://www.saccenter.org

Posted: October 24, 2018

Contact Information

Name: Koby Rodriguez, Director of Programs
Email: koby.rodriguez@saccenter.org
Phone: 916-442-0185

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

Job Description

The Sacramento LGBT Community Center seeks a Director of the Outreach & Training Institute to manage all outreach, education, and training efforts in our work to create a region where LGBTQ people thrive.  This position will serve as an LGBTQIA+ subject matter expert focused on raising awareness of LGBTQIA+ equity and social justice issues, organizing support for community and policy initiatives, increasing the visibility of Center programs and services, and providing LGBTQIA cultural humility training with an emphasis on healthcare, education, faith-based, public and nonprofit social service agencies, and cultural organizations. This position reports to the Director of Programs and works in partnership with other programming staff, stakeholders, industry professionals, as well as directly with adult and youth community members of diverse backgrounds. This is a new, full-time, non-exempt position. A full description and list of qualifications  is available at saccenter.org/carreers.

Compensation:

  • Full-time, 40 hours per week
  • $16-17 per hour
  • Monthly stipend to assist with health coverage
  • Paid vacation, sick time, and holidays
  • Annual professional development opportunities

To Apply:

Go to http://saccenter.org/careers.  Please submit a cover letter and a resume in a Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF document by email to jobs@saccenter.org.  The email must be titled “Director of the Outreach and Training Institute.” No phone calls or in-person applications please.

Successful candidates who are invited to an on-site interview will be required to give a 15-minute presentation.

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.

Position is located in Sacramento, CA.

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Executive Director

Norwalk, Connecticut

Is remote? No


Triangle Community Center
Norwalk, CT

Website: http://www.ctpridecenter.org

Posted: October 30, 2018

Contact Information

Name: Denise Spivak
Email: careers@lgbtcenters.org

Link to posting: https://d3n8a8pro7vhmx.cloudfront.net/tcc/pages/15...

Job Description

Executive Director

 ABOUT TCC 

 Founded in 1990 by a group of community leaders who saw the need of creating a safe space for the LGBTQ community in Fairfield County Connecticut, Triangle Community Center is Fairfield County's leading provider of programming and resources to nurture growth and connectivity within the LGBTQ community (the Community).

TCC serves over 300 individuals who utilize its programs and services on a regular basis as well as over 5,000 members of the Fairfield County community who attend a TCC program or event, at least once a year.  While our primary service area is Fairfield County, we often see people travel from Westchester, New Haven and Litchfield counties to attend one of the programs we offer.  TCC’s key target population is the LGBTQ community in Fairfield County, but we welcome all who seek our services and have many clients who do not identify as LGBTQ.

TCC’s mission is to serve as Fairfield’s County leading provider of programming and resources to nurture growth and connection within the LGBTQ community.  For more information, please visit http://www.ctpricenter.org

 POSITION SUMMARY

The position reports to the Board of Directors, comprised of highly committed people who are passionate about the TCC mission. The Executive Director (ED) will be the staff leader, responsible for setting TCC’s program priorities and operationally executing its strategic plan, and providing direct operational and staff support.

 This is an extraordinary opportunity for a visionary leader to leverage the power of a strong grassroots network of passionate volunteers and donors to advance equality for all through service offerings, support, education and advocacy.

 CULTURE, SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES

TCC is seeking an Executive Director who is a diligent leader with exceptional interpersonal skills.  The ED will have diversity of talent and thought leadership, while being a leader for the community.

 Personal Characteristics and Abilities

  • Culturally proficient and a natural leader within the Community;
  • Strong interpersonal, relationship building, communication and listening skills;
  • Comfortable in leading conversations and proactively engaging the Community;
  • Understanding of and ability to embrace cultural, racial, generational and ethnic diversity;
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to effectively represent the organization across all media sectors;
  • Willingness to travel when needed.

  Professional Requirements 

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent practical experience. An advanced degree in related field helpful (g.., M.P.H., M.P.A., M.B.A., J.D.);;
  • Demonstrated record of executive leadership experience with a nonprofit organization;
  • A track record of success cultivating, stewarding and soliciting corporate, foundation and individual gifts;
  • Understanding of nonprofit governance and experience leading staff and volunteers;
  • Experience with nonprofit finance including overseeing financial management, financial systems, managing budgets, reporting, and audits;
  • A record of success in fostering collaboration and strengthening networks;
  • Proficient with technology and capable to adapt to new technologies implemented to efficiently manage the Center.

  DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

 Development

  • Create fundraising strategy that ensures long-term, sustainable sources of income and support staff in reaching targets;
  • Act as the organization’s Leader at events, with major donors, and with influencers in corporations and private foundations;
  • Supervise the Development Officer in their work on fundraising goals, donor cultivation and donor engagement;
  • Lead the organization’s grant writing strategy to identify new resources to continue to sustain, develop and expand the center’s programs and services.

Financial Management and Administration

  • Develop the annual budget, ensuring the allocation of resources in accordance with the strategic roadmap;
  • Recruit, motivate and support staff to advance the organization’s mission;
  • Oversee and strengthen the organizational systems and structures to support and sustain growth;
  • Supervise the Deputy Director who has responsibility for all Programs and Services offered by the Center.

 Strategy and Vision

  • Continue to build an inclusive culture that encourages, supports and celebrates the diverse voices of our employees, and reflects the communities we serve;
  • Fuel the Center’s continued growth, leading to success in all areas of operations;
  • Build partnerships with peer organizations that support TCC’s mission and vision in order to maximize impact of our mission;
  • Engage the Board, staff, and external stakeholders as appropriate to periodically review and revise, evaluate and implement the organization’s strategic roadmap, rooted in support, education, and advocacy.

 Marketing and Communications

  • Represent the Center at local events and special programs that are focused on the LGBTQ community, some may require hours outside of the typical work office, including some weekends;
  • Serve as the ambassador for the Center, by sharing the mission and the vision when speaking at public events;
  • Develop, oversee and execute an inclusive and impactful marketing and communications strategy to heighten the awareness of the programs and services that the center offers to potential clients and supporters;
  • Utilize exceptional communications and relationship building skills, including the ability to inspire and educate various constituencies, to help advocate the LGBTQ community and for the needs of the Center.

  COMPENSATION

 TCC is offering a competitive compensation package for this position, which is a full-time exempt position, with a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, and life, and generous paid time off arrangement. Reimbursement of basic relocation expenses may be available for exceptionally qualified candidates.

 CONTACT

 Please submit a brief cover letter, including salary expectations, résumé, and references as attachments via e-mail to:

 Email: careers@lgbtcenters.org

 No calls or agencies, please.

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COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER

Rehoboth Beach, Delaware

Is remote? No


CAMP Rehoboth
Rehoboth Beach, DE

Website: http://www.camprehoboth.com/

Posted: December 17, 2018

Contact Information

Email: jobs@camprephoboth.com

Link to posting: https://www.camprehoboth.com/about-us/career-opportunities

Job Description

OVERVIEW

This is a new role on the CAMP Rehoboth team and will be responsible for bringing both structure and imagination to the communications activities. This role is both strategic and tactical, requiring the ability to think big while minding all the details. You must be a savvy project manager who is comfortable juggling multiple projects for different people on different timelines. This role will report to and work closely with the Executive Director (ED) on all projects, in addition to partnering with other staff to coordinate organizational storytelling to members and non-members. You must understand both communications and how to support development within a nonprofit.

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

  • Work with team members to collect, organize, and share compelling stories about CAMP Rehoboth.
  • Develop, along with the ED and Program Director, a communications calendar and content plan that encompasses all communications tools (including the 15x year publication, social media, weekly emails, and website) and supports general communications, membership, and development activities.
  • Serve as Managing Editor for the 15x year (96+ page) publication Letters from CAMP Rehoboth working closely with the Editorial, Advertising, and Production teams to keep publication on track and visible to the community. Strong project management and editing skills a must!
  • Develop creative, compelling, and mission-centric fundraising messages that articulate the special role of CAMP Rehoboth in the LGBTQ area and as community leaders.
  • Prepare periodic donor cultivation, stewardship, and solicitation materials and coordinate all successful efforts by adapting messaging as needed relative to donors’ particular interests and specific history with CAMP Rehoboth as directed.

HOURS

40 hours, flexible schedule and opportunity to work from home

SALARY

$40,000-50,000

Who You Are

You have at least 5 years of nonprofit experience and enjoy working on small teams whose members all wear many hats. You are a considerate listener and believe everyone has an important story to tell. You readily connect the dots between fundraising, communications, and programs, and you inspire your colleagues to see those connections as well. You appreciate structure and systems and believe they make your work easier and better. You value anecdotes and numbers in equal measure. You are a strong project manager with attention to detail.

Attributes of Success

  • Experience in communications and donor/member-based operations.
  • Experience producing print and online materials in conjunction with a graphic designer with some ability to create graphics on own.
  • Experience with Constant Contact, Microsoft Office, Adobe Cloud Suite, Microsoft Access, Google products and Drupal-based website a plus.
  • Experience with donor CRMs.

Compensation and Benefits

  • PTO – 10 vacation days.
  • Health Insurance – paid insurance for the employee includes dental.
  • Disability Insurance – short- and long-term disability and small life insurance policy.
  • Retirement - CAMP Rehoboth may contribute up to 3% of each employee’s annual salary into a SEP IRA account with no requirement for employee to make an additional contribution to the account. Employees are eligible to participate in the Retirement Benefits program after one full year of employment with CAMP Rehoboth.

 Who We Are

CAMP Rehoboth is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community service organization dedicated to creating a more positive environment for the LGBTQ population in Rehoboth Beach and its related communities. We seek to promote cooperation and understanding among all people, as we work to build a safer and more inclusive community with room for all.

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Payroll Accountant

Washington, District of Columbia

Is remote? No


AIDS United
Washington, DC

Website: http://www.aidsunited.org

Posted: November 16, 2018

Contact Information

Name: Shannon Wyss, Program Manager
Phone: 202-408-4848

Link to posting: https://www.aidsunited.org/Job-Opportunities/Payroll-Accountant.aspx

Job Description

Title: Payroll Accountant
FLSA Classification: FT/Exempt
Reports to: Director of Finance
Location: Washington, DC 

ABOUT AIDS UNITED: 
AIDS United's mission is to end the AIDS epidemic in the United States. The agency strives to achieve its mission through strategic grantmaking, organizational capacity building, formative research, and advocacy & policy work. With an annual budget of approximately $15 million and a staff of approximately 30, the agency was formed in 2010 by the merger of the National AIDS Fund and AIDS Action Council and has more than 20 years of experience in policy and grantmaking related to HIV and AIDS. Grantmaking initiatives focus on access and retention in care, advocacy in the deep south, syringe access, sector transformation and more. 

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PAYROLL ACCOUNTANT:

  • Process semi-monthly payroll via ADP. Current timekeeping system is EZ Labor.
  • Compile payroll data such as hours worked, taxes, and insurance to be withheld, and employee identification number, from time sheets and other records.
  • Enter data into payroll system to compute wages and deductions.
  • Be sure program codes are set up and updated accurately within the timekeeping software.
  • Prepare semi-monthly reports.
  • Prepare and submit employee 403b payments.
  • Ensure accuracy of employee retirement plan matching contribution calculation. Preparation of annual retirement plan census information for testing and auditing. Involved with preparation and audit of information for Retirement Plan 5500 filing.
  • Prepare and process payroll-related journal entries, account reconciliations, and labor allocations as well as fringe allocations.
  • Receive, verify and approve all employee benefits related invoices and submit them for payment.
  • Prepare quarterly census reports for applicable agencies as required.
  • Apply for various state and city registrations as needed.
  • Reconcile state, city returns as well as 940's, 941's, and W-2's as needed (quarterly, annually, etc.)
  • Assist external annual audit and annual Workers’ Compensation audit.
  • Assist in all month-end, quarter-end, and year-end closing activities including journal entry posting, balance sheet reconciliations and corporate expense allocation.
  • Maintain employee files and, files related to all employee related benefits.
  • General ledger maintenance including accruals, adjusting entries, account reconciliations, etc.
  • Coordinate activities within Accounting team to ensure proper entries are made in payroll, program costing, benefits, and various prepaid/advance accounts. Manage and maintain the accuracy of the General Ledger.
  • Other duties as assigned to meet the changing needs of the accounting team.


PREFERRED EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE AND ATTRIBUTES:

  • Ability to adapt to changing priorities.
  • Demonstrated effective and efficient customer service and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Proficient in MS Word and Excel.
  • Non-profit with federal grants experience.
  • Human Resources experience.
  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field.
  • Knowledge of GAAP and SOX.
  • Working knowledge of Intacct accounting software or, similar program.
  • At least 2 years of relevant experience in payroll.
  • ADP (or similar) software payroll processing experience.
  • APA and/or SHRM certifications.
  • Highly organized and attention to detail.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.


SALARY AND BENEFITS:
Competitive salary is commensurate with experience and based on salary history. Exceptional benefits offered in a flexible work environment. 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER:
AIDS United is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without unlawful discrimination based on race, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, military service/veteran status, citizenship status, genetic information, prior record of arrest or conviction, citizenship status, current employment status, or caregiver status, genetic information, or any other protected status under federal, state or local law. We encourage applications from candidates of color and individuals living with HIV or histories of injection-drug use. 

WORKING CONDITIONS:
This position is in Washington, DC. Successful candidate will perform duties within the main office duty area and will have significant phone contact with public, trustees, high-level donors, corporate executives, and grantee staff. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines. 

TRAVEL:
Position requires limited travel – less than 6 days per year. 

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITES: 
None. 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
These demands document the physical requirements of a specific job. Criteria may include: Lifting, Carrying, Push/Pull, Sitting/Standing (In Place); On Feet, Walking, Bending, Turn/Twist; Kneeling; Squatting; Crawling; Climbing; Reaching (Out)/Reaching (Up), Grasping, Wrist Turning; Pinching; Finger Manipulation, Hearing, Talking, working with a computer for eight hours, Working in close quarters. Communicating over the telephone for eight hours. 

TO APPLY:
Please email cover letter to include salary requirements and resume to jobs@aidsunited.org with the subject line “PAYROLL ACCOUNTANT.” Incomplete applications will not be considered. No phone calls, please. Due to the high volume of applicants only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 

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Program Associate – Coordinating Center for Technical Assistance-Evidence Informed Interventions (E2i-CCTA)

Washington, District of Columbia

Is remote? No


AIDS United
Washington, DC

Website: http://www.aidsunited.org

Posted: October 26, 2018

Contact Information

Name: Alicia Downes, Senior Program Manager
Email: jobs@aidsunited.org
Phone: 202-408-4848

Link to posting: https://www.aidsunited.org/Job-Opportunities/Program-Associate%2C-E2i002DCCTA.aspx

Job Description

We are currently seeking a Program Associate to provide substantive program and administrative coordination to support the implementation of the E2i CCTA. The E2i CCTA has made grant awards and will provide technical assistance to 26 intervention sites across the United States to implement evidence-informed interventions in four focus areas: services for transgender women; services for Black Men who have Sex with Men (MSM); trauma-informed care; and, integration of behavioral healthcare into HIV care.  

 

ABOUT AIDS UNITED:

AIDS United's mission is to end AIDS in the United States. The agency strives to achieve its mission through strategic grant making, organizational capacity building, formative research and advocacy & policy work. With an annual budget of approximately $15 million and a staff of approximately 30, the agency was formed in 2010 by the merger of the National AIDS Fund and AIDS Action Council and has more than 20 years of experience in policy and grant-making related to HIV and AIDS. Grant making initiatives focus on access and retention in care, advocacy in the deep south, syringe access, sector transformation and more.

 

POSITION DESCRIPTION:   

The CCTA provides grant awards and technical assistance to 26 performance sites across the United States to implement evidence-informed interventions in four focus areas: 1) Improving HIV health outcomes for transgender women; 2) Improving HIV health outcomes for Black men who have sex with men (MSM); 3) Integrating behavioral health with primary medical care for PLWH; 4) Identifying and addressing trauma among PLWH.

 

AIDS United is seeking a dynamic individual who will provide substantive program and administrative support for the federally-funded grantmaking and technical assistance initiative, Center for Coordinating Technical Assistance (CCTA) for Evidence-Informed Interventions.  Support will include recording meeting minutes, scheduling of meetings and site visit coordination.  The PA will also support the E2i team with coordination of TA efforts to the CCTA intervention sites.

 

ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Coordinate administrative processes relating to grants management;
  • Coordinate data entry and reporting with organization’s grants management system;
  • Provide informational materials to potential applicants, reviewer committee teams, and funded organizations;
  • Provide general administrative and programmatic support including administrative support, logistics coordination, data management, communications, and recordkeeping;
  • Schedule and manage programmatic deadlines;
  • Coordinate webinars for information dissemination;
  • Track literature, statistics, conference information, grant opportunities and other resource information;
  • Provide administrative and coordination support for the planning and implementation of national meetings, site visits and trainings;
  • Field inquiries regarding grant guidelines, reporting deadlines, and program requirements; and
  • Provide additional support to program staff as needed.


MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree or three years of relevant experience;
  • Minimum one year of administrative experience;
  • Outstanding written and verbal communication and strong interpersonal skills;
  • Detail-oriented with exceptional project & time management skills;
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and preferably experienced with Smartsheets, Salesforce CRM, Foundation Connect, or other grants management system;
  • Bilingual (Spanish) preferred;
  • Legally eligible to work in the United States.

 

OTHER:

This exempt position is based in DC and requires moderate travel – less than 21 days per year and has a salary range of $40,000 -$55,000.  There are no supervisory responsibilities.

 

TO APPLY

Send cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to jobs@aidsunited.org with the subject line “E2i PA”.  Incomplete applications will not be considered. No phone calls, please.

 

AIDS United is an Equal Opportunity Employer and dedicated to diversity in the work place. We encourage minorities and persons living with HIV/AIDS to apply.

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Senior Accountant

Washington, District of Columbia

Is remote? No


AIDS United
Washington, DC

Website: http://www.aidsunited.org

Posted: November 16, 2018

Contact Information

Name: Shannon Wyss, Program Manager
Phone: 202-408-4848

Link to posting: https://www.aidsunited.org/Job-Opportunities/Payroll-Accountant.aspx

Job Description

Title: Senior Accountant 
FLSA Classification: FT/Exempt
Reports to: Director of Finance
Location: Washington, DC

ABOUT AIDS UNITED: 
AIDS United's mission is to end the AIDS epidemic in the United States. The agency strives to achieve its mission through strategic grantmaking, organizational capacity building, formative research, and advocacy & policy work. With an annual budget of approximately $15 million and a staff of approximately 30, the agency was formed in 2010 by the merger of the National AIDS Fund and AIDS Action Council and has more than 20 years of experience in policy and grantmaking related to HIV and AIDS. Grantmaking initiatives focus on access and retention in care, advocacy in the deep south, syringe access, sector transformation and more. 

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE SENIOR ACCOUNTANT

  • Reconciles bank accounts for payroll, operating, flexible spending, and investments accounts.
  • Initiates cash transfers and maintains cash journal.
  • Process annual membership invoices and reconciles related accounts.
  • Entry of budgets and journal ledger entries into the accounting system, prepare reoccurring journal entries.
  • Reconciles assigned balance sheet accounts.
  • Maintains and reconciles capital assets ledger and depreciation accounts.
  • Maintain complete asset files and assist in annual audits.
  • Makes certain that purchasing documents are properly completed and monitors proper authorization and appropriate supporting documentation.
  • Maintains all contracts and contract files.
  • Maintains vendor files with up-to-date W9, FAFTA filing and SAM verification.
  • Processes accounts payable including matching of invoices with purchase orders & receiving documents, writing requisitions and searching authorizations. Assist with annual 1099M creation and filing.
  • Process checks and ACH payments.
  • Participate in the month-end close process, preparing journal entries, performing account analysis/flux commentary and preparing balance sheet account reconciliations.
  • Perform the monthly processing of indirect cost pool allocations.
  • Perform the monthly processing of shared direct costs allocations.
  • Research and follow-up on reconciling items for assigned areas.
  • Ensure assigned tasks/processes are completed accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Provide monthly and ad hoc analysis to stakeholders.
  • Participate in special projects and process improvement initiatives.
  • Prepare written procedure and policy documents as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned to meet the changing needs of the accounting team.


PREFERRED EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE AND ATTRIBUTES:

  • Ability to adapt to changing priorities.
  • Demonstrated effective and efficient customer service and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Proficient in MS Word and Excel.
  • Non-profit with federal grants experience.
  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field.
  • Knowledge of GAAP and SOX.
  • Working knowledge of Intacct accounting software or, similar program.
  • Ability to understand the administration of accounting software.
  • At least 2 years of relevant experience.
  • Highly organized and attention to detail.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.


SALARY AND BENEFITS:
Competitive salary is commensurate with experience and based on salary history. Exceptional benefits offered in a flexible work environment. 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER:
AIDS United is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without unlawful discrimination based on race, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, military service/veteran status, citizenship status, genetic information, prior record of arrest or conviction, citizenship status, current employment status, or caregiver status, genetic information, or any other protected status under federal, state or local law. We encourage applications from candidates of color and individuals living with HIV or histories of injection-drug use. 

WORKING CONDITIONS:
This position is in Washington, DC. Successful candidate will perform duties within the main office duty area and will have significant phone contact with public, trustees, high-level donors, corporate executives, and grantee staff. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines. 

TRAVEL:
Position requires limited travel – less than 6 days per year. 

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: 
None. 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
These demands document the physical requirements of a specific job. Criteria may include: Lifting, Carrying, Push/Pull, Sitting/Standing (In Place); On Feet, Walking, Bending, Turn/Twist; Kneeling; Squatting; Crawling; Climbing; Reaching (Out)/Reaching (Up), Grasping, Wrist Turning; Pinching; Finger Manipulation, Hearing, Talking, working with a computer for eight hours, Working in close quarters. Communicating over the telephone for eight hours. 

TO APPLY:
Please email cover letter to include salary requirements and resume to jobs@aidsunited.org with the subject line “SENIOR ACCOUNTANT.” Incomplete applications will not be considered. No phone calls, please. Due to the high volume of applicants only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 

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Arkansas Field Organizer (Project One America)

Washington, District of Columbia

Is remote? No


Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC

Website: http://hrc.org/

Posted: November 2, 2018

Contact Information

Name: Amber Alcorn

Link to posting: https://hrc-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&jobid=336

Job Description

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

 

Position Summary:

The Project One America Field Organizer (Arkansas) position reports to the Project One America State Director (Arkansas) and is based in Arkansas.

 

The Arkansas Field Organizer will work with the Arkansas State Director to execute HRC’s political and educational organizing activities in Arkansas, including maintaining and expanding HRC’s ability to mobilize grassroots advocacy on behalf of LGBTQ legislative priorities, designing and implementing grassroots electoral and campaign strategies in support of candidates and legislative and ballot initiatives, and developing issues-based organizing plans for assigned areas.  The Field Organizer will also work to increase HRC’s visibility and presence in Arkansas and build strong partnerships with state and local LGBTQ and allied organizations.

  

Position Responsibilities:  

Under the direction of the Project One America Arkansas State Director, the Field Organizer will do the following:

 

  • Strategic Political Plans: Implement the goals of the strategic political and education plans for Arkansas, and assist in ensuring the integration of these plans into HRC’s strategic legislative, electoral, membership, education and communication goals with appropriate benchmarks
  • Field and Volunteer grassroots support: Be responsible for day-to-day support for volunteer advocacy in Arkansas, provide assistance to political, educational and volunteer activities of HRC members and other activists as outlined in Arkansas’s strategic plan. 
    • Increase the number of activists identified and willing to take action in relationship with HRC.
    • Ensure the vitality of our state and local volunteer network and further its growth in support of Project One America goals. 
    • Develop methods to increase our grassroots network.
    • Manage field and other campaign programs such as voter registration, member mobilization, voter contact, communications and get-out-the-vote activities in assigned campaigns. 
  • Federal, state, and municipal electoral activities: Work with Arkansas State Director to implement electoral strategies to support HRC-endorsed candidates, as well as provide assistance to HRC-supported legislative and ballot initiative campaigns in their region.
  • Federal, state and municipal advocacy: Implement strategies and campaigns for supporting federal, state and municipal legislation and advocacy efforts in Arkansas, and provide technical support and assistance to maximize HRC’s in-district lobbying efforts in coordination with local volunteers, with special attention to targeted areas.
  • Faith advocacy: Help develop faith-based strategies and goals for work in the state. Identify, develop, train and engage faith leaders for media, advocacy, programming, facilitated dialogues and public education efforts in priority faith communities, including White Evangelicals, Latinx Christians, and Black Protestants. Mobilize people of faith in Arkansas to support municipal and other campaigns. Identify opportunities and implement tactics to highlight support of faith communities, specifically among evangelicals.
  • Special constituents:Build strong relationships in selected constituencies in Arkansas, including people of color, transgender communities, religious communities, youth, business communities and others.  Participate in strategic partnerships with other organizations and groups to support HRC’s outreach and increase HRC’s visibility.
  • Training: Participate in the design and implementation of training programs for volunteers and supporters in Arkansas.
  • Membership: Organize educational, political and membership events in collaboration with HRC staff and volunteer teams.
  • Coalition work: Participate in strategic partnerships with key stakeholders as well as state and local organizations in Arkansas, both LGBTQ and straight allies, to collaborate and develop efforts to advance the goals of Project One America and the LGBTQ movement.  Lead efforts to improve field organizing among coalition partners; lead HRC’s efforts to partner effectively with state and local LGBTQ organizations in Arkansas.
  • Voter File Management: Manage the state voter database and track election activities across the state. Ensure volunteer activities are regularly updated in the system.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Position Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience required and at least 2-3 years of experience in legislative advocacy, electoral campaigns, or field organizing, and a demonstrated record of successful coalition-building (experience in Arkansas preferred). 
  • Must be able to travel extensively (90%), mostly within Arkansas,
  • Flexibility with work schedule is required; this position requires some evening and weekend work.
  • Must have valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle.
  • Must be highly organized, detail-oriented, and able to handle multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced environment. 
  • Must have excellent speaking and writing skills, computer proficiency, and strong verbal communication skills.
  • Must have demonstrated commitment to advancing HRC’s goals and objectives and to the organization.
  • Demonstrated experience with organizing in communities of color, low-income and transgender communities.
  • Knowledge of computer software associated with potential campaign data gathering or planning.
  • Must be proficient with Microsoft Office applications (Word and Excel) and Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive).
  • Ability to assist in the development of training curriculum and conduct workshops.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, both orally and written, in large group settings.
  • Ability to assess political situations and develop appropriate campaign strategies.
  • Strong interest in the rapidly changing LGBTQ equality movement and a working knowledge of LGBTQ issues.

 

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

 

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

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Events Manager

Washington, District of Columbia

Is remote? No


Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC

Website: https://www.hrc.org/

Posted: November 30, 2018

Contact Information

Name: HRC Careers
Email: careers@hrc.org

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

Job Description

Position Summary:

The Events Manager is an integral part of a highly functioning team at a cutting edge organization. The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) is the United States’ largest organization working to achieve lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) equality. HRC -- with its more than 3 million members and supporters nationwide-- envisions a world where LGBTQ people are embraced as full members of society at home, at work, and in every community.

 

Join the fast-paced team of event professionals at America’s leading LGBTQ organization. Work with volunteers from around the country to raise critical funds that directly support HRC’s work through the HRC Gala Events program. The Events Manager is a regular, full-time position who reports directly to the Director of Events and is responsible for coordinating more than 25 black-tie primary fundraising events and approximately ten smaller national fundraising events annually. 

 

Position Responsibilities:

  • Develop strong event committees in each assigned HRC city/region;
  • Work with event Co-Chairs and members of the local HRC Steering Committees (Board members, event and major donor Co-Chairs, field associates) in planning, budgeting, and overall management of fund raising events;
  • Maintain strict budget controls for all events;
  • Manage all income/expense reporting for each event and prepare appropriate reports;
  • Manage all event data to ensure names of attendees, volunteers, etc. become part of the HRC database; and ensure that volunteers and contributors to events are acknowledged in an appropriate and timely manner;
  • Ensure that the tone and focus of events are in keeping with HRC’s mission;
  • Cultivate HRC loyalty among volunteers; educate and update volunteers on HRC's program goals and activities;
  • Assist in the planning of the annual HRC Event Co-Chair Conference; provide event management training for the Co-Chairs;
  • Serve as the primary HRC contact for fundraising volunteers;
  • Work with other development, field, and program staff to implement plans to create a presence for HRC in new cities and regions;
  • Serve, when necessary, in the capacity of public speaker for HRC;
  • Travel to various fundraising events around the country as necessary.
  • Work on additional fundraising activities as assigned including the HRC National Dinner and related activities, community events and special events.
  • Assist with the planning and execution of HRC’s National Dinner, working closely with the volunteer dinner committee.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Position Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor's degree (or equivalent in experience) with 3-5 years related event planning experience is required.
  • Must have proven volunteer management experience.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills and organizational awareness to work effectively with internal/external stakeholders
  • Demonstrated experience working with caterers, production and a/v vendors, as well as event budget management. 
  • Must be highly organized, demonstrated ability to work well under pressure, detail-oriented, and able to handle multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced team environment. 
  • Flexibility with work schedule; this position requires evening and weekend work.
  • Must be willing to travel at least 30% of work time.
  • Must have excellent writing skills and strong verbal communication skills.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (Word) and Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive)
  • Strong willingness to be a team player – to roll up your sleeves and get the job done
  • Strong interest in and knowledge of the rapidly changing LGBTQ equality movement.

 

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

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Pride Administrative Temp

Washington, District of Columbia

Is remote? No


Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC

Website: http://hrc.org/

Posted: December 17, 2018

Contact Information

Name: Amber Alcorn

Link to posting: https://hrc-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&jobid=377

Job Description

12/17/2018

Pride Administrative Temp

Tracking Code
377-928
Job Description

 

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

 

Position Summary:

The Pride Administrative Temp will work with the Membership Outreach staff under the direction of the Senior Manager, Membership Outreach, facilitating the logistics of HRC’s presence at 300 pride event festivals nationwide. The Pride Administrative Temp must be extremely proactive, detail oriented, with database experience and/or demonstrated aptitude to handle a multitude of details simultaneously. This is a six-month position beginning in early February 2019 and ending in late July.

 

Position Responsibilities:

Participate as an integral part of the pride program, with responsibilities including:

 

• Lead on application submissions for festival and parade participation at over 300 annual pride events
• Assure logistical on-the-ground preparedness of pride events, including proper rental equipment arrangement
• Work with our insurance company to verify HRC is properly insured for each event
• Manage integrity of data entered into both internal database and external volunteer website
• Track pride-related travel for 40+ staffed events
• Organize and process revenue and confidential membership information
• Assist with fulfilling pride materials on an as-needed basis
• May update program materials and trainings
• Assist with updating of annual interactive pride website
• Order administrative supplies for program
• Other duties as assigned

 

Position Qualifications:

• One to three years of successful administrative or program support 
• Meticulous attention to detail
• Professional & responsible manner 
• Basic proficiency in or willingness to work with Microsoft Word, Excel and Google Drive
• Personal interest in and commitment to LGBT rights are desirable to engage with constituents.


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

 

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

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Senior Events Manager

Washington, District of Columbia

Is remote? No


Human Rights Campaign
Washington, DC

Website: https://www.hrc.org/

Posted: November 30, 2018

Contact Information

Name: HRC Careers
Email: careers@hrc.org

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

Job Description

Position Summary:

The Senior Events Manager is an integral part of a highly functioning team at a cutting edge organization. The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) is the United States’ largest organization working to achieve lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) equality. HRC -- with its more than 3 million members and supporters nationwide-- envisions a world where LGBTQ people are embraced as full members of society at home, at work, and in every community.

Join the fast-paced team of event professionals at America’s leading LGBTQ organization. Work with volunteers from around the country to raise critical funds that directly support HRC’s work through the HRC Gala Events program. The Senior Events Manager reports directly to the Director of Events and is responsible for coordinating more than 25 black-tie primary fundraising events and approximately ten smaller national fundraising events annually. 

Position Responsibilities:

  • Develop strong event committees in each assigned HRC city/region;
  • Work with event Co-Chairs and members of the local HRC Steering Committees (Board members, event and major donor Co-Chairs, field associates) in planning, budgeting, and overall management of fund raising events;
  • Maintain strict budget controls for all events;
  • Manage all income/expense reporting for each event and prepare appropriate reports;
  • Manage all event data to ensure names of attendees, volunteers, etc. become part of the HRC database; and insure that volunteers and contributors to events are acknowledged in an appropriate and timely manner;
  • Ensure that the tone and focus of events are in keeping with HRC's mission;
  • Cultivate HRC loyalty among volunteers; educate and update volunteers on HRC's program goals and activities;
  • Lead specific programmatic efforts around cost savings initiatives and utilization of technology to improve overall management of the program;
  • Assist in the planning of the annual HRC Event Co-Chair Conference; provide event management training for the Co-Chairs
  • Serve as the primary HRC contact for fundraising volunteers;
  • Work with other development, field, and program staff to implement plans to create a presence for HRC in new cities and regions;
  • Serve, when necessary, in the capacity of public speaker for HRC;
  • Travel to various fundraising events around the country as necessary;
  • Work on additional fundraising activities as assigned including the HRC National Dinner and related activities, community events and special events.
  • Assist with the planning and execution of HRC’s National dinner, working closely with the volunteer dinner committee.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Position Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor's degree (or equivalent in experience) with five or more years related event planning experience is required.
  • Must have proven senior level volunteer management and event management and production experience
  • A strong background in event management including high-profile, large scale fundraising dinners.
  • Demonstrated experience working with caterers, production and a/v vendors, as well as event budget management. 
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills and organizational awareness to work effectively with internal/external stakeholders
  • Must be highly organized, detail-oriented, and able to handle multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced team environment. 
  • Must have excellent writing skills, computer proficiency, and strong verbal communication skills. 
  • Must be self-motivated and able to work independently and take initiative on new projects. 
  • Flexibility with work schedule; this position requires evening and weekend work.
  • Must be willing to travel at least 30% of work time.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (Word) and Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive)
  • Strong willingness to be a team player – to roll up your sleeves and get the job done
  • Strong interest in and knowledge of the rapidly changing LGBTQ equality movement.

 

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

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Individual Giving Manager

Washington, District of Columbia

Is remote? No


National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health
Washington, DC

Website: http://latinainstitute.org/

Posted: November 13, 2018

Contact Information

Name: Elizabeth Vega, Director of Human Resources
Email: humanresources@latinainstitute.org

Link to posting: http://latinainstitute.org/en/get-involved/employment-internships/individual-giving-manager

Job Description

The Individual Giving Manager plays an integral role in the successful implementation and ongoing fund development efforts at NLIRH. The role has primary responsibility for the development of an individual donor strategy, including the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of donors. A key member of the development team, this position is primarily responsible for all annual giving for NLIRH.  This individual will be accountable for building a prospect pipeline for individual giving and creating a sustainable year-round individual giving strategy that speaks to different audiences within the spectrum of advocacy and reproductive justice. The Individual Giving Manager will develop and lead a comprehensive annual appeal program, including strategies to incorporate e-campaigns, focus on new donors, increasing average gift amounts and implementing tools to codify best practices for reach including donor surveying. The position will be expected to work independently while collaborating with other departments in gathering content, success stories and quantitative data to support storytelling of the organization’s work. The position reports to the Senior Director of Development and will work in tandem with the senior staff and board members to develop and grow the individual giving program, eventually managing a development associate position to be hired in the next year.

Location:  Washington, DC or New York, NY

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President-CEO

Washington, District of Columbia

Is remote? No


SIECUS - Sexuality Information and Education Council of the US
Washington, DC

Website: https://siecus.org/

Posted: October 23, 2018

Contact Information

Name: Samantha Cyrulnik-Dercher, Federal Policy Director
Email: executivesearch@siecus.org
Phone: (202) 265-2405

Link to posting: https://siecus.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/SIEC...

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Fund Development Officer

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Is remote? No


CenterLink: The Community of LGBT Centers
Fort Lauderdale, FL

Website: http://www.lgbtcenters.org

Posted: August 14, 2018

Contact Information

Name: Denise Spivak, Deputy Director
Email: careers@lgbtcenters.org

Job Description

 

Position:  Fund Development Officer

Classification: Full-Time, Exempt

Date: August 14, 2018

Reports to: CEO

 

Overview: 

CenterLink is searching for our “first ever” Fund Development Officer to help grow organizational capacity as we move into our future. The Fund Development Officer will provide leadership on all fundraising initiatives including individual donor and sponsorship cultivation. They will identify, organize, and manage CenterLink’s fundraising activities with a focus on new opportunities to obtain ongoing and increased funder support. This is an incredible opportunity to create a new fund development program and requires an openness to new experiences, tolerance for ambiguity, critical thinking and inquisitiveness.  

Our Organization:

CenterLink was founded in 1994 as a member-based coalition to support the development of strong, sustainable LGBT community centers.  The organization plays an important role in supporting the growth of LGBT centers and addressing the challenges they face, by helping them to improve their organizational and service delivery capacity and increase access to public resources. Based in Fort Lauderdale, FL, CenterLink works with other national organizations to advance the rights of LGBT individuals and to provide LGBT community centers with information and analysis of key issues.

Serving over 200 LGBT community centers across the country in 45 states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia, as well as centers in Canada, China, and Australia, CenterLink assists newly forming community centers and helps strengthen existing LGBT centers, through networking opportunities for center leaders, peer-based technical assistance and training, and a variety of capacity building services. Our efforts are based on the belief that LGBT community centers are primary change agents in the national movement working toward the liberation and empowerment of LGBT people. Serving over 2 million people annually, they are the heart and soul of the LGBT movement and are vital to our current well-being and dreams for the future.  Whether they provide direct services, educate the public or organize for social change, community centers work more closely with their LGBT constituency and engage more community leaders and decision-makers than any other LGBT network in the country.

Centers serve a vital and multi-faceted role in many communities across the country.  They are often the only staffed non-profit LGBT presence in the area and the first point of contact for people seeking information, coming out, accessing services or organizing for social change. Over 60% of LGBT centers provide some direct health services (including counseling, peer-led programs, and support groups, as well as physical health and other mental health services). At the same time, LGBT community centers remain thinly staffed, with over 30% operating with no paid staff, relying solely on volunteers; and over 60% employing five or fewer paid staff.

A fundamental goal of our mission is to help build the capacity of centers to meet the social, cultural, health and political advocacy needs of LGBT community members across the country.  CenterLink also acts as a voice for LGBT community centers in national grassroots organizing, coalition building, and social activism in order to strengthen and build a unified center movement.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Design and execute a multi-channel development strategy that contributes to the financial viability and overall sustainability of the organization.
  • Develop and implement a comprehensive written annual resource development plan with strategies for donors and prospects in each constituent group including organizations, foundations, corporations, etc.
  • Provide monthly reports to the CEO which measure progress toward achieving the plan.
  • Assist the Deputy Director with researching and writing grants for the agency.
  • Assist in maintaining and expanding foundation relationships and revenues.
  • Assist in providing timely reporting and ensuring compliance as required by grant award documentation.
  • Create and implement strategies for donor development and cultivation which will provide a diverse and sustainable funding base.
  • Create and implement strategies for a sponsorship program.
  • Keep up-to-date on current fundraising programs, practices and procedures used in the nonprofit sector and inform the leadership of items that would benefit CenterLink.
  • Oversee fundraising database and tracking systems.
  • Implement a thorough donor acknowledgment and stewardship system and work with CEO to maintain consistent contact with major donors.
  • Oversee the design, production, and dissemination of development collateral (including but not limited to solicitation letters, Annual Report, etc.).
  • Assist with messaging on social media outlets including website, Facebook, and Twitter.
  • Collaborate with staff, board, and volunteers to gather stories and outcome statistics that demonstrate the results and value of programs funded.
  • Other duties as assigned.

       

Qualifications:

  • Three to five years of professional development and fundraising experience.
  • Have experience creating development plans for organizations.
  • Have a high degree of comfort with one or more fundraising databases.
  • Must have a deep belief in our mission.
  • Display a positive mental attitude and enthusiasm.
  • Outcome-driven with the ability to respond to changing circumstances and priorities.
  • Exceptional and persuasive communication skills – both in-person and written.
  • Strong organization and time-management.
  • Ability to effectively prioritize and manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Advanced PC skills and expert proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Donor database experience desirable).
  • Experience working with the LGBTQ community and familiarity with issues of particular relevance to LGBTQ people.
  • Ability and willingness to participate in ongoing professional development activities in order to keep current on new advances in the field and enhance skills already maintained.
  • Ability and willingness to travel to conferences and meetings.

What We Offer:

  • We offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience. This is a full-time, exempt, and salaried position.
  • We offer an exciting and dynamic culture.
  • We commit to investing in and supporting our amazing people to grow their careers with us.
  • We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, disability, life insurance, flex spending accounts, generous paid time off, and 401(k).

How to Apply:

If you’re interested in joining our team, please submit the following via email to careers@lgbtcenters.org with “CenterLink Fund Development Officer" in the subject line:

  • A cover letter describing your interest in CenterLink
    • Include how your past experience has prepared you for this role
    • Also, please include your salary needs
  • Your resume

No calls or agencies, please.

 CenterLink does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, gender identity, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. 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 clients.

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Executive Vice President, Operations

Sarasota, Florida

Is remote? No


McCormack+Kristel
Palm Springs, CA

Website: http://mccormackkristel.com

Posted: November 26, 2018

Contact Information

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

Link to posting: http://mccormackkristel.com/executive-vice-president-operations-can-community-health/

Job Description

The Client

Founded in 1991 and headquartered in Sarasota, FL, CAN Community Health is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to the treatment, care and continual wellness of people living with HIV. CAN owns and operates 34 medical clinics in Florida, New Jersey, South Carolina and Virginia. CAN clinics offer the finest medical, dental, psychological care and lifestyle counseling to all patients, regardless of their ability to pay. Although services vary by location, most CAN clinics include an in-house pharmacy, offering patients the ability to get prescriptions while at their appointment.

With 200 staff in offices throughout Florida, CAN operates with  a $157 million annual operating budget and is overseen by a 12-person Board of Directors.

For more information about CAN Community Health, visit http://www.cancommunityhealth.org/

The Mission

The mission of CAN Community Health is to provide a continuum of medical, social and education services essential to the health and well-being of those living with HIV, hepatitis C, sexually transmitted diseases, and other diseases and to enhance public awareness.

 

The Position

CAN is a dynamic, high growth, mission-driven, nonprofit business. During the last 12 months, CAN has expanded clinic locations from 20 to 34 and hired 114 new employees. In the last three years, CAN’s operating budget has grown from $25 million to more than $150 million. Reporting to the CEO and serving on the Executive Team, the Executive Vice President, Operations (EVP) will provide the provide the leadership, operational oversight and strategic and business planning necessary to ensure CAN’s continued growth, strength and efficiency. The EVP will lead a team of 156 staff and oversee the following direct reports:

 

  • Vice President, Clinical Services
  • Vice President, People and Organizational Development
  • Vice President, Information Services
  • Vice President, Program Services

Serving as the lead Operations partner to the CEO and to the leaders of each of the organization’s functional areas, the EVP’s primary responsibilities include:

Business Planning and Operations

 

  • Develop and implement strategic and tactical plans to promote further growth and development and ensure positive financial results and client outcomes;
  • Identify opportunities for all operational functions to leverage cross-program strengths to take advantage of new opportunities and to address organizational challenges;
  • Participate in the development and preparation of short-term and long-range plans and budgets that advance broad organizational goals and objectives;
  • Assist the CEO, CFO and Board in creating the annual organizational budget and monitoring cash flows;
  • Manage and increase the effectiveness and efficiency of IT Support Services through improved coordination and communication;
  • Promote enhancements of all technology platforms and data management systems including Electronic Medical Records.

 

Policies, Procedures & Reporting

 

  • Direct the development and implementation of procedures that promote effective communication and adequate information flow throughout the organization;
  • Create effective processes for increasing efficiencies and eliminating redundancies;
  • Develop strategic priorities with measurable outcomes to ensure ongoing process improvement and metric driven decision making;
  • Administer Meaningful Use, PQRS, and CQM for improved annual reporting and to qualify for maximum reimbursements;
  • Develop metrics for evaluating operations and reporting results to the CEO, leadership team, and Board of Directors.

 

Compliance & Controls

 

  • Ensure all organizational activities and operations are performed in compliance with local, state, and federal regulations and laws;
  • Inform management of all contract requirements to ensure regulatory compliance;
  • Serve as primary liaison to legal counsel in addressing legal issues e.g. copyright, antitrust, governing instruments, partnerships, licensing as relates to clinical operations;

 

Leadership

 

  • Collaborate with management to enhance systems, improve processes and develop personnel to accommodate CAN’s rapid growth objectives;
  • Develop and implement operating plans to meet organizational goals including improved member and provider relations;
  • Set operational mission statements, philosophy, policies, goals, objectives and strategy;
  • Establish people systems to ensure adequate staff development and capable management succession;
  • Provide day-to-day leadership that serves the mission and reflects the core values of CAN Community Health;
  • Develop effective relationships with key stakeholders to educate providers and consumers;
  • Motivate and lead a high-performance management team; attract, recruit and retain required members of the executive team; provide mentoring as a cornerstone to developing internal leaders.

 

Professional Requirements

The successful candidate will have at least 15 years of executive leadership experience. This will include demonstrated success managing large-scale, rapid growth and organizational change. The EVP will be an exceptional project manager, talented team builder and effective communicator. The ideal candidate will bring the following:

 

  • Experience in healthcare that includes oversight of outpatient and/or clinic operations;
  • Understanding of the financial complexities and reporting requirements associated with government funded services;
  • Knowledge of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), 340b programs, and Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements;
  • Proficiency in financial planning and analysis, including organizational and capital expenditure budget development;
  • Experience overseeing HR, IT, Legal, Clinical Services, and health related Programs in an organization of similar size and complexity;
  • Demonstrated success building and leading high-performing teams and managing remote staff;
  • Advanced strategic business and operational planning experience;
  • Experience integrating multiple business ventures;
  • Process expertise to develop new location rollout procedures that are adaptable to various business structures, state regulations and community/population needs;
  • Strong vendor management and negotiation skills;
  • Working knowledge of data analysis and performance/operation metrics;
  • Lean Six Sigma Certification is ideal;
  • A degree in Business Administration, Public Health, Management or related field is required.

 

Personal Characteristics

CAN is a rapid-growth organization with ambitious plans for continued expansion. The successful candidate will be energized working in an ambiguous, fast-moving environment and accomplished driving toward clarity and solutions. S/he be flexible and able to multitask with demonstrated resourcefulness in setting priorities and guiding investments in people and systems. The new EVP will be an empathetic leader with the ability to inspire employees to live up to their potential and optimize their productivity. Additional critical characteristics include:

 

  • Knowledge of HIV prevention and harm reduction strategies, and HIV supportive services
  • Awareness of the history and issues facing LGBTQ, HIV-infected and affected, minority and at-risk youth populations, and other underserved communities
  • Excellent interpersonal and public speaking skills
  • An innovative, strategic and decisive approach to problem-solving
  • Superior critical thinking ability and focused peripheral vision
  • Integrity, credibility, and commitment to CAN’s mission

 

Compensation

To attract the multi-talented operations leader CAN is seeking, our client is offering a competitive compensation package. The package includes a generous salary, bonus incentives and comprehensive benefits. Standard benefits include medical (CAN covers 90% of premiums for employees, 80% for spouse and 65% for families), dental, vision, life, disability and pet insurance coverage, and 208 PTO hours annually covering observed holidays, vacation, sick and personal time.

Relocation reimbursement will be provided for the exceptional candidate they are seeking.  

 

Opportunity

This is an extraordinary opportunity for an accomplished entrepreneurial leader to join a growing mission-driven nonprofit business. The successful candidate will become a part of a distinguished team, serving an organization that is creating hope and healing, combating stigma, increasing knowledge and prevention, removing obstacles to care and continuing research. With executive oversight for a growing organization, the new Executive Vice President, Operations will be integral in developing staff, enhancing communication, increasing program and service efficiencies, and improving client outcomes.

In 2018, CAN was ranked #5 on the NonProfit Times’ list of the Best Nonprofits to Work For.

In 2017, the Sarasota Herald-Tribune voted CAN #9 on their list of the Best Places to Work in Sarasota/Bradenton.

 

Location

Year-round warm temperatures, award-winning beaches and a thriving arts and cultural scene make Sarasota, Florida a great place to live. Located on the Gulf Coast, an hour south of Tampa and 80 miles west of Orlando, Sarasota has 55,000 year-round residents and a median home price of $237,000. With below average crime and high-performing schools, it’s no wonder Sarasota was ranked #34 Best Places to Live and #3 Best Places to Retire by U.S. News & World Report.

What’s it like to live in Sarasota, FL?

https://realestate.usnews.com/places/florida/sarasota

14 reasons you may want to move to Sarasota:

http://www.movingtosarasotaguide.com/14-reasons-to-make-sarasota-your-home/

Seven Reasons Sarasota is the best place to live in Florida:

https://www.heraldtribune.com/news/20170303/7-reasons-sarasota-is-best-place-to-live-in-florida

 

Contact

Please submit a brief cover letter and résumé as attachments via e-mail to:

 

Michelle Kristel, Managing Partner

McCormack+Kristel

1740 Broadway, 15th Floor

New York, NY 10019

Email: search@mccormackkristel.com

Office: 212.531.5003

Fax: 212.203.9599         

Website www.mccormackkristel.com

 

Please note that your education, dates of employment and other

information will be verified prior to an offer.

 

 

CAN Community Health is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity and values the ways in which we are different. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or other characteristic protected by applicable law.

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Chief Financial Officer

St. Petersburg, Florida

Is remote? No


McCormack+Kristel
Palm Springs, CA

Website: http://mccormackkristel.com

Posted: November 19, 2018

Contact Information

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

Link to posting: http://mccormackkristel.com/metro-wellness-community-chief-financial-officer/

Job Description

The Client

Established in 1993, Metro Wellness & Community Centers is a 501(c)(3) organization committed to providing quality health and wellness services that are inclusive, relevant, supportive and represent the lifetime continuum of the diverse people in Florida’s Tampa Bay community.

Metro is one of the largest HIV/AIDS service organizations and nationally known LGBT community centers.  With active community center locations throughout the Tampa Bay area, Metro provides premier comprehensive HIV services and medical care, social activities, classes, support groups, counseling, health and fitness programs, youth programs, substance abuse programs, older adult programs, behavioral health services and free HIV testing.

Operating with an annual budget of over $21 million, 155 employees and offices in St. Petersburg, Tampa, Clearwater and New Port Richey, Metro strives to promote a healthy environment for all and to foster diversity within the community as a whole, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, age or economic status. Metro has a robust 340b program and is in the process of applying for Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) status.

To learn more about Metro Wellness & Community Centers, visit https://www.metrotampabay.org/

The Position

Reporting to the CEO, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) directs the finance functions of the organization and is responsible for the fiscal management of all federal, state and city grants. The CFO will supervise a finance team inclusive of accounting, billing, bookkeeping and payroll staff.  Key responsibilities include the following:

Executive Leadership

  • Provide strategic recommendations based on financial analysis and projections;
  • Staff the Finance Committee of the Board of Directors;
  • Negotiate insurance and third-party payor contracts, insuring maximum capitate payments;
  • Procure, monitor, and manage all insurance coverage including D&O, malpractice, liability etc.;
  • Support department heads to ensure accurate budget tracking and fiscal compliance;
  • Partner with CEO and Executive Leadership Team to enhance policies, ensure financial best practices and improve fiscal performance.

Financials, Budgets & Reporting

  • Plan, coordinate, and manage the annual budgeting process;
  • Oversee the preparation of all financial reports including monthly and annual financial statements, and grant/contract reports;
  • Oversee the preparation of grant budgets and program analysis, reports and expense tracking;
  • Manage cash flow and fiscal forecasting;
  • Oversee the accounting functions of Payroll, AP/AR and 340b program revenue:
  • Supervise the maintenance and reconciliation of general ledger accounts;
  • Oversee month-end close process, ensuring accuracy of accounting entries, revenue and expense recognition and proper capitalization of assets;

Controls, Compliance & Audit

  • Manage relationships with auditors, federal and state tax authorities, and government regulators;
  • Oversee the preparation and insure the accuracy of all regulatory reports and tax filings;
  • Coordinate the annual audit and all audit activities including preparing schedules and providing requested information to the auditors;
  • Oversee the development and updating of financial policies, procedures and internal controls ensuring GAAP compliance.

Staff Management & Development

  • Attract, retain, and motivate high-performing staff;
  • Demonstrate leadership and provide supervision necessary to motivate staff;
  • Train, coach and develop staff to ensure full utilization of skills and promotional opportunities.

Professional Requirements

The ideal candidate will have nonprofit and healthcare experience in a community health center or FQHC with a 340b pharmacy program. The successful candidate will bring the following:

  • At least 10 years’ progressively responsible accounting experience, preferably with an organization that receives federal funds;
  • At least three years’ recent experience as a Chief Financial Officer;
  • Exceptional fund accounting and financial management skills;
  • Experience managing 340b pharmacy revenue, government funds (CDC, Ryan White, SAMHSA) and Medicare, Managed Care and third-party billing;
  • Demonstrated excellence in managing finance, accounting, budgeting, controls and reporting, ideally in the healthcare sector;
  • Strong leadership skills; including team building, staff development and delegation;
  • Expertise assessing, refining, developing and recommending financial policies/procedures and systems;
  • Exceptional Excel and QuickBooks skills are essential. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and general ledger systems is required. Electronic medical records and data systems experience a plus;
  • Master’s degree in Accounting, Finance or Business Administration from an accredited college or university is required; CPAs are preferred;
  • A valid Florida driver’s license and proof of insurance, and access to a reliable automobile are required.

Personal Characteristics

The ideal candidate will have a collaborative and flexible leadership style and will be enthusiastic about working in a mission-driven environment. In addition to being strong in character and integrity, the successful candidate will be:

  • Articulate and able to communicate complex financial matters into clear and accessible language;
  • Able to manage multiple projects and to set realistic and achievable goals and timelines;
  • Skilled in analyzing data, interpreting results, projecting outcomes and synthesizing solutions;
  • A team-builder with strong management and leadership skills;
  • An innovative thinker with creative solutions to improving processes and effectively managing organizational and program budgets and grant and contract performance;
  • Highly energetic, resourceful and flexible with solid judgment and decision-making skills.

Compensation

Metro is proud of its supportive culture in which organizational leaders and policies foster care for Metro’s staff so that they can provide best in class care for Metro’s clients. In keeping with this prerogative, our client is offering a competitive salary for this position, along with a comprehensive benefits package. Benefits include health, dental, life and LTD insurance as well as elective vision and short-term disability plans.  Metro’s 403b retirement plan includes a 5% match in years 0-5, and a 7% match in year 10 and beyond. In addition to generous PTO and sick time policies, Metro offers tuition reimbursement, professional development, stipends toward gym membership or day care, discounts on pet insurance, discounts at the Metro thrift Store and reimbursement on Metro branded clothing.

Reimbursement of basic relocation expenses will be provided for the exceptional candidate they are seeking.  

Opportunity

This is an extraordinary opportunity for an experienced finance professional to provide executive leadership to a growing community-based health care provider. The successful candidate will have the satisfaction of contributing to a vital source of accessible programs, affordable care and supportive services for underserved and at-risk individuals.

Location

Metro Wellness & Community provides services at centers in St. Petersburg, Tampa, New Port Richey and Clearwater. Additionally, Metro operates a Thrift Store and LGBT Welcome Center in St. Petersburg. The CFO will work out of the St. Petersburg Center and will travel regularly to the other locations.

St. Petersburg is one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the nation. Home to some of the country’s finest beaches, world-class museums, and an array of entertainment and professional sporting events, the “Burg” is a vibrant city with something for everyone. A bourgeoning foodie scene combined with boutiques, bike shops, art galleries, breweries and coffee houses has attracted visitors and new residents alike. The city’s thriving business, entrepreneurial and arts sectors have sparked its growth and helped propel its economy.

The sunniest city in America, holding the record for 768 consecutive sunny days, is also a big, hip small-town. The St. Petersburg lifestyle, defined by sunshine, diversity and a dynamic arts scene, is enhanced by its location in a zero-income tax state.

Although St. Petersburg’s population is little more than 260,000, this big small town is home to Florida’s largest LGBT Pride celebration. In recent years, more than 200,000 people have attended St. Pete Pride. The city employs a full-time LGBT liaison to the mayor’s office and police department, and in 2016 received a perfect score on HRC’s Municipal Quality Index.

Learn more about St. Petersburg       Learn more about St. Pete Clearwater

Contact

If you are interested in being considered for this important leadership opportunity, please submit a brief cover letter and résumé as attachments via e-mail to:

Michelle Kristel, Managing Partner

McCormack+Kristel

1740 Broadway, 15th Floor

New York, NY 10019

T:  323.549.9200 | F: 323.549.9222

 search@mccormackkristel.com |www.mccormackkristel.com

All inquiries or referrals will be held in strict confidence.

Please note that your education, dates of employment, compensation and other information provided will be verified prior to employment.

McCormack + Kristel works only with equal opportunity employers. People of color, people with disabilities and people of diverse sexual orientations, gender expressions and identities are encouraged to apply.

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Executive Director

Las Vegas, Nevada

Is remote? No


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

Website: http://www.thecenterlv.com

Posted: December 4, 2018

Contact Information

Email: edsearch@thecenterlv.org

Job Description

The Center Seeks New Executive Director

The Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Southern Nevada, Inc. (The Center) is  seeking an  Executive Director who, in partnership with the Board and staff, will affect the ongoing realization of The Center's strategy and our mission to support and promote activities directed at furthering the well-being, positive image and human rights of the lesbian, gay,  bisexual, transgender and  queer community, its  allies,  and  low to moderate income residents in Nevada.

 The Center operates a 16,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility that includes an Event Hall, several community conference and meeting rooms, a Youth Center, a lending library, a full-service cafe, two cyber centers, a great room and a Health and Wellness Center focused on the LGBTQ and low to moderate income residents in Nevada.

 The Role of the Executive Director

 Reporting to the Board, the Executive Director (E.D.) has responsibility and is accountable for managing all internal and external facets of The Center. The E.D. will be charged with leading this important community organization during a time of great change and progress.

 Translate and Execute Vision: The E.D. will serve as the key internal and external translator, communicator, and implementer of shared vision and goals, while championing The Center's efforts to expand and increase impact.

 Set Strategy: The successful candidate will have a demonstrated record of setting operational priorities and leading organizations to success. They will be a strategic thinker who will be capable of creating and implementing an operational vision, framework and culture that has the potential to forge a lasting legacy of impact for The Center. In partnership with the Board, the E.D. will continuously review The Center's overall objectives to ensure The Center is seizing new  and  promising opportunities. The  successful  candidate will have a track record in innovation and the capacity for strategic fundraising.

 Lead Operations: The E.D. will be responsible for managing and supporting The Center's staff and helping them to align and execute on priorities.

 Lead Fundraising: The E.D. will lead by example in prioritizing the essential cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of our top donors and prospects, ensuring that The Center routinely meets or exceeds our philanthropic revenue targets.

 Leveraging Institutional and Organizational Donors and Partners: The E.D. will work to engage funders, allies and grassroots LGBTQ and allied people to invest alongside The Center to hone and realize the full potential of our work. The E.D. will develop and maintain key funding relationships and community partnerships, while inspiring other organizations, leaders, and donors to get involved to drive impact.

Specifically, the Executive Director will:

 Lead and manage The Center in prioritizing, implementing and measuring the work necessary to achieve our goals;

  • Provide intellectual leadership and foster a humble and mindful (but also bold) environment of creativity and innovation;
  • Communicate The Center's mission to wide audiences of stakeholders and inspire and motivate our donors and constituencies to achieve our ambitious mission;
  • Galvanize the potential of the organization with our highly capable staff and;
  • Ensure that all activities and programs meet the highest standards of ethics and transparency and are aligned with The Center's values;
  • They will have outstanding verbal, written, and presentation The successful candidate will be an engaging public speaker who can articulate The Center's goals/plans and move key audiences to action.

 Compensation

 Compensation for this opportunity has been designed to attract a leader of significant accomplishment.

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 We are committed to diversity and encourage all qualified candidates to apply.

 Contact:

 EDSearch@thecenterlv.org for more information

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Transgender Program Manager

Las Vegas, Nevada

Is remote? No


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

Website: http://www.thecenterlv.com

Posted: November 6, 2018

Contact Information

Name: Donya Monroe, Interim Executive Director
Email: info@thecenterlv.com
Phone: 702-733-9800

Link to posting: https://www.facebook.com/job_opening/2521807056508...

Job Description

Position Summary: Under the supervision of the Community Engagement Manager, the Transgender Program Manager is primarily responsible for the daily management and oversight of all The Center’s transgender programs and services. Working with the Community Engagement Manager, this position supports the advancement of The Center’s mission through strategic expansion of existing Center programs and services and the development of new initiatives to address effectively the needs of the Transgender community through increased and enhanced offerings and visibility.
Key Responsibilities:
• Directly engages in planning and implementing programs and activities for the transgender community and their support systems, including maintaining current community resources for referrals and facilitating social support groups;
• Monitors all transgender activities and tracks and maintains accurate participant records, statistics ad reports;
• Collaborates with the Community Engagement Manager to compile statistics and narratives as needed for reports, proposals, and grants;
• Conducts outreach to groups and organizations that work with the transgender population and participates in community outreach events, such as resource fairs, community partnerships and events;
• Manages program staff (as applicable) and volunteers that support transgender programs and services;
• Assist in developing strategic programmatic responses to emerging and ongoing policy issues happening on a national level, including access to health care, economic justice, racial justice, student safety, prisoners’ rights, and immigrants’ rights.
• Responsibility for identifying, developing and advancing current and new partnerships with appropriate community-based organizations and public service agencies, both locally and nationally that serve the transgender populations;
• Oversees The Center’s Transgender Advisory Council and acts as a liaison to help inform the direction The Center should go with programming, services and advocacy.
• Supports the development of educational materials for the public and community at large, including ‘know your rights’ materials and training curricula.
• Promotes The Center and its mission, transparently and accurately, at community, partner, sponsor, and donor events and through all communications with constituents and stakeholders;
• Represent The Center publicly through media appearances, public speaking engagements, newspaper interviews, radio interviews; etc.as approved by the Executive Director.
• Interfaces with donors to educate them on the needs of the transgender community;
• Conducts and develops trainings on best and promising practices for working with and caring for the transgender population for various audiences such as social services providers, law enforcement and the community at-large;
• Accountable for significantly increasing the engagement of the transgender communities in the life of The Center through their participation in programs, services and events of the Center; and,
• Represents The Center and is accountable and responsible for developing The Center's relationships with key existing and new community partners in the areas of transgender people;
• Provides crisis intervention support for transgender individuals in need and makes referrals to community resources;

The Center’s C.A.N. Certification is required.
• Helps families better accept their transgender and gender non-conforming children through education;
• Works to change attitudes so that all people can live safely, authentically, and free from discrimination regardless of their gender identity or expression;
• Has an understanding and respect of diverse transgender identified people including non-binary and gender non-conforming (GNC), people of color, the entire spectrum of the individual transgender journey, immigrant experiences and needs; etc.
Additional Requirements:
• Works as part of a larger team across all Center programs;
• Upholds The Center’s values, mission and patron code of conduct;
• An understanding of and a demonstrated passion for the issues affecting the populations served by The Center;
• Demonstrated experience working with the populations served by The Center, particularly transgender individuals;
• Strong organizational skills, with a proven record of managing multiple projects, program budgets, and competing priorities;
• A willingness and capability to "roll up the sleeves" and work at a level of detail appropriate to the current size of the organization.
• Must be a good communicator both verbally and written.
• Ability to multi-task, prioritize and work well in a collaborative environment with multiple stakeholders.
• Must be results oriented, a self-starter with proven concern for detail, organization, and timely follow-through.
• Must be a problem solver in order to quickly work through complex situations.
• Proficient computer skills including knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and e-mail communication;
• Demonstrated experience working in a multicultural environment where commitment to diversity based on race, ethnic origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, and physical ability is a core value.
• Ability to regularly work evenings and weekends as required.
Educational Background and Work Experience: The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 2-3 years of experience working at a community-based and/or public sector organization, have experience developing and managing programs and people (staff and volunteers). Related educational background in social work, human services, psychology, and sociology is a plus.

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Communications Director

New York, New York

Is remote? No


Immigration Equality
New York, NY

Website: https://www.immigrationequality.org

Posted: December 7, 2018

Contact Information

Name: Jennifer Carrel, Operations Director
Email: jobs@immigrationequality.org
Phone: 2127142904

Link to posting: https://www.immigrationequality.org/communications-director-2/#.XAqwCmhKjIU

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Policy Analyst or Staff Attorney, Work Equity & Social Insurance

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

Is remote? No


National Employment Law Project
New York, NY

Website: http://www.nelp.org

Posted: December 6, 2018

Contact Information

Name: Frank Gattie, Office Coordinator
Phone: 6466938218

Link to posting: https://www.nelp.org/job/policy-analyst-staff-attorney-work-equity-social-insurance/

Job Description

The National Employment Law Project (NELP) seeks a dynamic and skilled person to join our Work Equity and Social Insurance teams to advance NELP’s programs and policy campaigns. We are seeking someone with 3-5 years’ experience in promoting work and racial equity, working in partnership with Black-led organizations, and with an understanding of social insurance policies. The policy analyst or staff attorney will work within NELP to support racial equity through our work with Black-led and anti-racist organizations and through our social insurance proposals.

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Social Worker

Whtie Plains, New York

Is remote? No


Westchester Jewish Community Services
Whtie Plains, NY

Website: http://www.wjcs.com/

Posted: November 28, 2018

Contact Information

Name: Maite Wagstaff, HR Generalist
Email: mwagstaff@wjcs.com
Phone: 914-761-0600

Job Description

Westchester Jewish Community Services (WJCS) is a large, not for profit, organization with headquarters in White Plains, NY.  WJCS' Center Lane, the only LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer) youth and community education center in Westchester County, is currently searching currently searching for a part-time, 21 hours per week, Social Worker to work primarily at the Yonkers main site and possibly White Plains, NY – bi-weekly. The Social Worker serves the psychosocial needs of participants at a Westchester County-based community program serving lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) adolescents and young adults, and assists the program director in coordination and implementation of services.  Responsibilities include providing supportive counseling, outreach, case management, and advocacy services to adolescents/young adults and families; facilitating support groups and drop-in sessions for adolescents/young adults; and providing crisis intervention for  adolescent/young adult clients.

The ideal candidate has experience in working with adolescents/young adults; must have knowledge of and extreme comfort with issues affecting LGBTQ youth and their families; and be able to communicate effectively in English, both orally and in writing. Must be able to work Friday evenings.  Must possess a Master’s degree in social work, human services or related field.  This position requires travel throughout Westchester County therefore a reliable vehicle is needed. Knowledge of MS Office is needed.

At WJCS we value our employees, their contributions, and their growth. We demonstrate this commitment with much more than highly competitive benefits and compensation - we show it every day in the way we work together, embracing leadership behaviors that are recognized and rewarded throughout our system. We value you, your growth and your contributions.

If you would like to be considered for the position please e-mail your resume with cover letter to Mrivera@wjcs.com

Our address is 845 North Broadway, White Plains, NY 10603.

Visit our home on the web at www.wjcs.com.  WJCS is an equal opporutnity employer.

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Social Worker

Whtie Plains, New York

Is remote? No


Westchester Jewish Community Services
Whtie Plains, NY

Website: http://www.wjcs.com/

Posted: November 21, 2018

Contact Information

Name: Maite Wagstaff, HR Generalist
Phone: 914-761-0600

Link to posting: http://www.wjcs.com/index.php?src=jobs&srctype=display&submenu=_currentopenings&refno=71=71

Job Description

Westchester Jewish Community Servcies (WJCS) is a large, not for profit, organization with headquarters in White Plains, NY.  WJCS' Center Lane, the only LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer) youth and community education center in Westchester County, is currently searching currently searching for a part-time, 21 hours per week, Social Worker to work primarily at the Yonkers main site and possibly White Plains, NY – bi-weekly. The Social Worker serves the psychosocial needs of participants at a Westchester County-based community program serving lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) adolescents and young adults, and assists the program director in coordination and implementation of services.  Responsibilities include providing supportive counseling, outreach, case management, and advocacy services to adolescents/young adults and families; facilitating support groups and drop-in sessions for adolescents/young adults; and providing crisis intervention for  adolescent/young adult clients.

The ideal candidate has experience in working with adolescents/young adults; must have knowledge of and extreme comfort with issues affecting LGBTQ youth and their families; and be able to communicate effectively in English, both orally and in writing. Must be able to work Friday evenings.  Must possess a Master’s degree in social work, human services or related field.  This position requires travel throughout Westchester County therefore a reliable vehicle is needed. Knowledge of MS Office is needed.

At WJCS we value our employees, their contributions, and their growth. We demonstrate this commitment with much more than highly competitive benefits and compensation - we show it every day in the way we work together, embracing leadership behaviors that are recognized and rewarded throughout our system. We value you, your growth and your contributions.

If you would like to be considered for the Social Worker position, please fax your resume with cover letter to Mrivera@wjcs.com.

Our address is 845 N. Broadway, White Plains, NY 10603.

Visit our home on the web at www.wjcs.com. WJCS is an equal opportunity employer.

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Executive Director

Memphis, Tennessee

Is remote? No


OUTMemphis: The LGBTQ Center for the Mid-South
Memphis, TN

Website: https://outmemphis.org/

Posted: June 22, 2018

Contact Information

Name: Denise Spivak
Email: careers@lgbtcenters.org

Job Description

OUTMemphis

Executive Director Position Description

 

 

Position Title:     Executive Director

Reports To:         Board of Directors

 SUMMARY:  Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED) will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for OUTMEMPHIS’ staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission.  The Executive Director will be a strong and collaborative leader with a proven track record in fundraising, financial management, programming and operational supervision. The Executive Director will be the face of the organization, responsible for executing the strategic direction, goals, and direction set by the Board of Directors, and for implementing a high- quality vision and ensuring the long-term sustainability of OUTMEMPHIS.

 ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

 Responsible for overall leadership of both paid and volunteer staff

  • Responsible for the development and implementation of the strategic action plan in cooperation with the Board
  • Responsible for the financial management of the corporation, including all accounting functions including those necessary for auditing, budgeting, capital asset and property management, financial analysis and payroll in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles
  • Responsible for overseeing completion and tracking of all grant applications
  • Responsible for management of liaisons with other organizations
  • Responsible for providing information, advice and counsel to the Board Chair and Board of Directors regarding the policies, programs, strategic direction and welfare of the corporation
  • Responsible for assisting Board members and committee chairs with support and providing information necessary to complete work
  • Responsible for administration of overall operation of OUTMEMPHIS’s activities, including: reviewing and evaluating the results of program activities; ensuring that continuing contractual obligations are being fulfilled; allocating resources for greater program effectiveness and efficiency; developing organizational, administrative and program objectives and procedures
  • Responsible for analyzing and evaluating vendor services, particularly for insurance, employee benefits and management of OUTMEMPHIS funds, to determine programs and providers that best meet the needs of OUTMEMPHIS and makes recommendations to the Board, as appropriate; negotiates services, terms and premiums and executes contracts with benefit plan providers, supply and service vendors, auditors and consultants; manages payroll and benefits programs
  • Other duties as assigned by the Board

 QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:  To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The core competencies listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 Core Competencies

 To perform effectively in this position, the individual should demonstrate the following competencies.  These core competencies are required for effective administration of OUTMEMPHIS and to ensure that its programs are fulfilling OUTMEMPHIS’s mission.

 Leadership & Management

  • Leads, coaches, develops, and retains OUTMEMPHIS’ staff and management team
  • Builds an effective and collaborative team of leaders by providing guidance and coaching to subordinate managers
  • Ensures ongoing local programmatic excellence, rigorous program evaluation, and consistent quality of finance and administration, fundraising, communications, and systems; recommends timelines and resources needed to achieve the strategic goals; able to manage complex projects including concurrent projects
  • Actively engages and energizes OUTMEMPHIS’ staff, volunteers, board members, event committees, alumni, partnering organizations, and funders
  • Ensures effective systems to track scaling progress, and regularly evaluates program components and measures successes that can be effectively communicated to the board, funders, and other constituents
  • Maintains effective systems of internal controls to account for all receipts and expenditures of funds. Manages corporate funds to maximize the earnings under federal regulations
  • Fully understands the complex funding streams (e.g., foundations, corporate, individual, government, etc.) and rapidly changing trends in the not-for-profit, health and human service, and LGBT sectors
  • Works in partnership with the Board of Directors and development staff to identify, solicit and acquire new sources of funding
  • Possesses the ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions;
  • Exhibits independent judgment in the development, implementation and evaluation of plans, procedures and policies
  • Can define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions; exhibits independent judgment in the development, implementation, and evaluation of plans, procedures and policies

 Job Knowledge

  • Understands the technical aspects of managing a nonprofit organization; provides advice to its Directors and staff and/or solicits guidance from experts
  • Understands the duties and responsibilities of the position and keeps job knowledge up-to-date
  • Clearly understands the mission and long term strategic plans of the organization and continuously works to assure that OUTMEMPHIS achieves its goals

 Strategy & Vision

  • Engages the Board, staff, and community stakeholders in a process to help define strategic goals for the organization’s short and longer-term strategic plans
  • Oversees the plan’s implementation, ensuring necessary funds, staff, and infrastructure are available to realize the plan’s goals
  • Communicates the strategy, goals, ongoing progress, and outcomes to the organization’s Board, staff, funders, partners and community stakeholders
  • Implements plans to reach organizational goals as determined by the Board of Directors
  • Displays initiative in developing action plans and resolving problems as they occur, in consultation with the Board Chair and other Directors
  • Recognizes and brings to the attention of the Board Chair issues that impact the organization

 Communication

  • Communicates effectively with multiple audiences using a variety of formats (i.e. written communications, verbal presentations and briefings
  • Efficiently responds to questions from membership, staff, and members of the community
  • Acts as the organization’s primary spokesperson with elected officials, government agency leaders, and with non-governmental funding communities
  • Instills trust and credibility internally and externally, gaining the confidence and faith of others through honesty, integrity, and authenticity
  • Deepens and refines all aspects of communications—from web presence to external relations with the goal of creating a stronger brand
  • Uses external presence and relationships to garner new opportunities

 Diversity and Inclusion:

  • Serves as the Center spokesperson for an intersectional LGBT community and the necessity of an aggressive diversity and inclusion strategy
  • Brings a robust understanding of diversity including minimally: race, ethnicity, gender and gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, disability status, medical status; but also considering factors that include: marital status, parental status, veteran status, etc.
  • Ensures Center collaborations and partnerships reflect the above

 Education and/or Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred, equivalent work experience will be considered
  • Attainment of an MBA, MPA or other equivalent advanced degree is a plus
  • Work in a related field and seven years of increasingly responsible administrative experience, at least five of which shall have been in a supervisory capacity, is required

 To Apply:

 Please send a résumé and cover letter via e-mail to careers@lgbtcenters.org with OUTMemphis Executive Director Search in the subject line.

 ABOUT OUTMEMPHIS

 OUTMEMPHIS empowers, connects, educates and advocates for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community of the Mid-South.  Regardless of how we identify as individuals, we all seek a world where we can live openly, honestly and authentically. We desire a community that celebrates and respects us fully as a part of the whole. We expect and deserve to be as open about who we are and whom we love as we choose to be. Working to make that world a reality is what we do every day at OUTMemphis…in dozens of ways, in a hundred settings, and for thousands of clients and allies.

 OUTMEMPHIS is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to fostering diversity within its staff. Applications are encouraged from all persons, including those with diverse backgrounds in regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender identity, marital status, religious creed, medical/physical/mental condition, sexual orientation, Veteran Status, or age.

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INTERVENTION PROGRAM COORDINATOR

Houston, Texas

Is remote? No


the Montrose Center
Houston, TX

Website: http://www.montrosecenter.org

Posted: November 6, 2018

Contact Information

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

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

Job Description

Program Manager/Supervisor needed at the Montrose Center to manage housing financial assistance and service linkage to eligible clients, community and consumer health education, staff training resources.  Be proficient in statistical databases and advanced level Excel management of data for the purposes of measuring program outcomes. Working knowledge of community resources, treatment of HIV medical concerns, the LGBTQ community, substance use disorder, and federal housing programs is a plus.

Requirements:  Masters required with 3 years relevant program experience.  MPH preferred.  Data-skilled MSW or MEd in health education/health teaching welcome. Bilingual Spanish or American Sign Language a plus. Must be able to work efficiently and independently in a fast-paced environment with attention to detail. Experience in managing and mentoring other staff and in customer service with clients.

To Apply:  Send resume with cover letter that includes salary expectation in PDF to employment@montrosecenter.org.

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

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