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Associate Clinician

Concord

Is remote? No


Rainbow Community Center of Contra Costa County

Website: http://www.rainbowcc.org

Posted: December 21, 2021

Contact Information

Rainbow Community Center of Contra Costa County

https://www.rainbowcc.org/_files/ugd/1c2dcd_7aae09efc6304582885f4d3889168406.pdf

Job Description

The position is remote until the organization deems it is safe to return to the office due to COVID-19.

To be considered for this position, please submit a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to rebecca.coffey@rainbowcc.org with the subject line: “Associate Clinician Application”. Please, no phone calls. Only applicants meeting all of the minimum qualifications may be invited for an interview. Outreach for interviews will begin September 7, 2021.

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Spanish Bilingual Associate Clinician

Concord

Is remote? No


Rainbow Community Center of Contra Costa County

Website: http://www.rainbowcc.org

Posted: December 21, 2021

Contact Information

Rainbow Community Center of Contra Costa County

https://www.rainbowcc.org/_files/ugd/1c2dcd_553906514623415499ef0fc17281a1c0.pdf

Job Description

This position is remote until the organization deems it safe to return to the office due to COVID-19.

To be considered for this position, please submit a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to rebecca.coffey@rainbowcc.org with the subject line: “Spanish Bilingual Associate Clinician Application”. Please, no phone calls. Only applicants meeting all the minimum qualifications may be invited for an interview. Outreach for interviews will begin on September 7, 2021.

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Associate Clinician

Fairfield

Is remote? No


Solano Pride Center

Website: http://www.solanopride.org

Posted: December 1, 2021

Contact Information

Jonathan Cook

Job Description

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


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


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


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


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


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


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

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Policy Advocate & Organizer

Los Angeles

Is remote? No


ACLU of Southern California

Website: https://www.aclusocal.org/

Posted: January 19, 2022

Contact Information

Amanda Goad

https://www.aclusocal.org/en/jobs/policy-advocate-and-organizer

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Training & Development Instructor

Los Angeles

Is remote? No


Los Angeles LGBT Center

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

Posted: December 14, 2021

Contact Information

Ariel Bustamante

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=1b5c209a-57fc-4185-86d3-22629ae3ab1d&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=432368&source=CC2&lang=en_US

Job Description

Training & Development Instructor

Learn more about the TTA/RISE Program Here:  RISE Program

Department: Youth Services

Reports to: Capacity Building Manager

Compensation: $58,240 Annually

Status: 100%, Full-Time, Regular, Exempt

Probation: 180 Days

Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision; also including Life Insurance, Long-Term Disability, Employee Assistance Program, and a 403(b) Retirement Plan

 

Center’s Mission:  Building a world where LGBT people thrive as healthy, equal, and complete members of society.

 

DEPARTMENT SUMMARY:  Children, Youth, & Family Services offers lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ+) youth the services, supports, and programs they need to develop the skills to transition successfully into adulthood.  Our programs are: low-barrier; trauma, resilience, and healing-informed; culturally responsive; and operate according to Housing-First, Harm-Reduction, and anti-oppression principles.  We believe that all youth have the right to a safe, secure, and nurturing environment.  

The Youth Center specifically serves youth up to the age of 24 who are currently at-risk of or experiencing homelessness.  The Youth Center offers services in an LGBTQ+ safe and affirming environment and serves as an entry point to assist youth making the transition from homelessness to housing.  Our services include meals, clothing, support groups, a charter high school, GED and college prep program, an employment preparation, training and placement program, case management, counseling, a crisis shelter and a transitional living program (TLP).  Our community-based programs include services for youth at-home, in school or in systems of care. 

 

JOB SUMMARY:  Work with Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) Team members to research, design, develop, and implement internal department and external training and coaching curricula and protocols for partner agencies, system of care agencies (e.g., child welfare, probation, courts, homeless services, mental health, etc.), educators, parents, and other stakeholders on best practices for serving LGBTQ+ youth.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

1)    Provide training, technical assistance, coaching support for partner agencies, direct service teams, and stakeholders as well as CYFS staff;

2)    Work with TTA team members and CYFS staff to develop content and/or coordinate with external agencies to deliver trainings, coaching, and technical assistance for all CYFS staff on topics such as trauma-informed care, Equal Access, and non-violent crisis intervention;

3)    Conduct capacity building and infrastructure support for system of care agencies, educators, parents, and other stakeholders based on best practices for working with LGBTQ+ youth;

4)    Work with TTA Team members to develop and implement training and coaching protocols to ensure fidelity and effectiveness of training service delivery and implementation practices;

5)    Develop and conduct trainings and workshops at local, regional, and national conferences in-person and online;

6)    Represent team in external spaces with stakeholders and decision makers;

7)    Implement, track, and report on internal metrics such as recruitment, data entry, revenue tracking, and partner outreach;

8)    Work with TTA Team members and CYFS staff to assist in the preparation of monthly, quarterly, and annual reports;

9)    Attend and participate in all staff meetings, site visits, and conference calls as necessary;

10)    Other duties as assigned;

 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

1)    Experience working with the LGBTQ community and familiarity with issues of particular relevance to LGBTQ people;

2)    A passion for the Center’s work and its mission to make the world a better place for LGBTQ people;

3)    A minimum of 2 years of experience providing training, coaching, and/or technical assistance in a similar environment;

4)    2-4 years of work experiences in social services environment or equivalent education;

5)    Knowledge and understanding of the issues affecting LGBTQ+ youth, primarily youth in foster care/probation system and other systems of care;

6)    Ability to demonstrate active listening skills, adult learner engagement, and group facilitation; 

7)    Access to reliable transportation and the ability to be insured;

8)    Knowledge of housing-first, harm-reduction, trauma-informed care principles;

9)    Flexibility to work evenings and weekends, and travel regularly;

10)    Self-motivated, energetic, flexible, and the ability to work in a team environment;

11)    Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including strong organizational, detail and interpersonal skills;

12)    Excellent computer skills and knowledge including word processing, database operations, spreadsheets, and other software systems;

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

 

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

 

The Center has implemented a policy requiring all staff to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment, subject to applicable federal, state and local laws. For more information, please contact tyamato@lalgbtcenter.org

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Bilingual Medical Case Manager/Benefits Advocate

Marin County (SF Bay Area)

Is remote? No


The Spahr Center

Website: https://thespahrcenter.org

Posted: January 6, 2022

Contact Information

Leslie Gallen

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/2837395264/

Job Description

To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to Leslie Gallen, Deputy Director, at lgallen@thespahrcenter.org. Be sure to include the role in your email subject! 

 

JOB SUMMARY:

The Bilingual (Spanish) Medical Case Manager/Benefit Advocate provides information and referral of HIV-positive clients to services and resources, conducts intake interviews, and provides crisis intervention. The occupant provides case management/benefits advocacy services in both English and Spanish, and will sometimes be asked to assist other members of the HIV team in Spanish interpretation. The Bilingual Medical Case Manager/Benefit Advocate is an integral part of the HIV Care Services team, with the ability not only to collaboratively share and support other team members but also to independently complete the necessary activities that are required of this position. 

 

KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Responsible for ensuring clients stay in care, providing coordination of care, supporting treatment adherence, and viral load suppression through care plans and referrals. Determines client eligibility for the AIDS Drug Assistance Program and supports clients to apply for healthcare benefits, including providing advocacy and assisting with appeals. Provides education, advice, and assistance to ensure that clients obtain benefits and other needed services. Processes and documents Financial Assistance requests and distributes monthly Food Cards.

Duties:

  • Conducts comprehensive intakes and evaluations on prospective clients.
  • Provides case management including development and implementation of care plan/housing plans with a focus on helping clients to learn the skills needed to achieve their goals.
  • Provides information and referral to local resources. Provides coordination for and follow-up on referrals, as needed.
  • Provides short-term crisis intervention and counseling.
  • Documents all client contacts.
  • Establishes and re-establishes eligibility for all Ryan White Programs every 6 months
  • Works closely with the HIV care team and community partners.
  • Participates in Team Meetings, and other meetings as directed.
  • Works collaboratively to provide quality services and to support each team member.
  • Provides Spanish interpretation when needed.
  • Enrolls and re-establishes eligibility in the AIDS Drug Assistance Program

Other tasks as necessary and/or assigned.

 

KNOWLEDGE:

  • Knowledge of HIV.
  • Awareness of issues faced by diverse communities: poverty, colonization, racism, homelessness, mental health, substance use, etc.
  • A strong understanding of safer drug use, related social and economic factors, HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C, Mental Health, etc.
  • Understanding of how cultural diversity influences the participant service plan
  • Understanding of harm reduction as it relates to HIV prevention, drug use, and sex work
  • Understanding of trauma-informed practice
  • Knowledge of local support services

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must be bilingual in English and Spanish.
  • Case management and or Benefits Advocacy experience within a social service setting.
  • Superior interpersonal skills and cultural sensitivity.
  • Ability to work under pressure and maintain schedules.
  • Ability to assist individuals in planning for both their immediate and future needs.
  • Ability to take general directions and carry out specific tasks necessary to complete responsibilities and clinical charting.
  • Valid California driver’s license and vehicle insurance.

 

SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  • Strong history of maintaining healthy boundaries and positive work engagement.
  • Basic knowledge of medical terminology as it pertains to HIV disease.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively and have excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to build productive and supportive relationships with staff, management, and clients
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team and maintain healthy professional boundaries
  • Demonstrated proficiency with various computer programs and Microsoft programs – Word, Excel, and Outlook

 

EDUCATION/TRAINING PREFERRED:

Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, or related field preferred. Any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. Minimum of 3 years of recent or related experience in the community-based social service sector. Will substitute 1 year of experience for direct experience working with the HIV community.

 

PUBLIC CONTACT:

Regular contact with volunteers, clients, local HIV/AIDS service providers, California Department of Public Health, County of Marin Department of Health & Human Services, the general public, and staff and volunteers of The Spahr Center. The Case Manager/Benefit Advocate will have contact with individuals of many different socio-economic levels and situations, including people with active substance use issues, county officials, and community leaders.

 

CONFIDENTIAL DATA:

Extensive. Must be able to maintain confidential information.

 

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  • Valid CA driver’s license with a good driving record
  • Must have a reliable method of transportation
  • Satisfactory vulnerable sector criminal record check
  • Must have and maintain First Aid Certification

 

THE SPAHR CENTER CORE COMPETENCIES:

  • Is respectful, non-judgmental, and inclusive at all times
  • Follows through on commitments and obligations.
  • Works with staff, colleagues, clients, and other organizations with whom we work honestly and fairly; communicates effectively.
  • Fosters open communications with staff, colleagues, clients, and other organizations with whom we work by establishing consistent hours of work, modeling an open-door policy, and sharing activities with the Supervisor and the rest of the TSC Team, as appropriate.
  • Plans and organizes time effectively and efficiently.
  • Represents The Spahr Center in a positive and professional manner.

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Bilingual Community Resource & Outreach Coordinator

Sacramento

Is remote? No


Sacramento LGBT Community Center

Website: http://www.saccenter.org

Posted: December 10, 2021

Contact Information

Sacramento LGBT Community Center

https://saccenter.org/careers

Job Description

POSITION:                 Bilingual Community Resource & Outreach Coordinator (Spanish)

REPORTS TO:           Director of Health Services

STATUS:                    Non-Exempt, Full-time 40 hours per week

COMPENSATION:     $18-20 per hour DOE

BENEFITS:                 Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance; Employee Assistance Program; 401(k) retirement plan; Paid Holidays, Sick, and Vacation

 

JOB SUMMARY: The Sacramento LGBT Community Center seeks a The Bilingual Community Resource and Outreach Coordinator to develop working relationships with a variety of providers and businesses that they will leverage to assist clients to navigate through various systems of care, governmental agencies, and businesses to achieve client outcomes as described in their Individual Service Plan.  Spanish translation, and community resource referral efforts in our work to create a region where Latinx, Spanish-speaking, Transgender, and immigrant/refugee LGBTQ+ people thrive. This position will serve as the key staff member focused on raising awareness of Latinx LGBTQIA+ equity and social justice issues, organizing support for these communities, and increasing access to Spanish language and culturally affirming programs and services, and creating a hub of resource referrals with an emphasis on crime victim services, healthcare, education, faith-based, public and nonprofit social service agencies. This position reports to the Director of Health Services and works in partnership with other programming staff, stakeholders, service providers, as well as directly with adult and youth community members of diverse backgrounds. 

 

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

General Duties

  1. Research, design, and cultivate a marketing strategy to highlight the Spanish-speaking services offered by the Center.
  2. Help translate Center collateral materials and outreach information into Spanish.
  3. Increase staff’s critical consciousness in areas of immigration, Transgender people of color, and undocuqueer experiences.
  4. In collaboration with the Director of Advocacy & Training, develop LGBTQIA+ cultural humility training presentations in Spanish customized for educators, healthcare providers, elder care facilities, public safety agencies, social service providers, faith communities, and other businesses and organizations
  5. Conduct outreach and train volunteers to do outreach at community events with an emphasis on the South Sacramento area, cultural events, schools, and faith communities.
  6. Engage parents, families, cultural organizations, and faith communities to educate and create brave spaces for the Latinx LGBTQIA+ community.
  7. Partner with the Community Resources Coordinator in order to provide respite clients with services in Spanish.
  8. Cultivate partnerships with service providers in the greater Sacramento in order to increase the Center’s capacity to serve the Latinx community.
  9. Draft progress reports on grant deliverables and assist in the data collection of program use and evaluation of client needs and data reports.
  10. Coordinate meetings, activities, workshops relevant to the program
  11. Collaborate with program, development, and operations staff to maximize the reach of Center programs and advocacy efforts

Community Resources

  1. Conduct motivational interviews in Spanish with clients to identify client needs.
  2. Conduct vulnerability and immediate needs assessment using the VI-SPDAT (Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool) to determine risk and prioritization.
  3. Provide referrals to in-house services, and community-based organizations to assist in preventing re-entry to homelessness and avoid re-victimization after stays in emergency housing.
  4. Work in coordination with case managers in our youth housing programs to develop Individual Service Plans that detail the supports, activities, and resources required for youth to transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency. 
  5. Assist in monitoring youth’s progress and remove any roadblocks that may hinder their success. 
  6. Provide in-person and over the phone Spanish translation services for clients.   
  7. Coordinate services available to the Transgender Latinx community.
  8. Support the Community Resource and Groups Coordinator in supporting the Latinx, Spanish-speaking, and Undocumented/Refugee LGBTQIA+ community.
  9. Assist in translating materials and information into Spanish.
  10. Provide in-person and over the phone Spanish translation services for clients.  
  11. Conduct client in-takes and provide appropriate referrals to monolingual Spanish-speaking clients. 
  12. Research, design, and cultivate a marketing strategy to highlight the Spanish-speaking services offered by the Center.
  13. Build a network of providers who offer services to the Latinx, Spanish-speaking, Undocumented/Refugee LGBTQIA+ community.
  14. Continuously evaluate and update training to maximize effectiveness.

Community Outreach

  1. Serve as lead Center staff member for the Latinx, Spanish-speaking, and immigrant/refugee LGBTQIA+ community.
  2. Cultivate a collaborative network of affirming service providers focused on serving the LGBTQIA+ Latinx, Spanish-speaking, and immigrant communities.
  3. Serve as a representative of the organization in Spanish-speaking collaborative partner networks and at related community events and activities.
  4. Monitor public policy initiatives, educate policy makers and staff, and make recommendations for support/opposition of issues relevant to the LGBTQIA+ community; draft letters and talking points in alignment with the Center’s position.
  5. Organize community members to engage with policy makers on equity and social justice initiatives 
  6. Engage parents and family members of LGBTQIA youth in South Sacramento. 
  7. Engage with schools, faith-based leaders, and cultural groups to educate and create brave spaces for the Latinx LGBTQIA+ community.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

  1. Passion for the Center’s mission and work to create a region where LGBTQ people thrive and a commitment to follow all policies and procedures of the organization.
  2. Experience working with the LGBTQ+ community and familiarity with issues of particular relevance to LGBTQ+ people. Expertise in the area of LGBTQ identities, undocumented/immigrant experiences, and the intersectionality of gender, race, sexuality, age, disability, and economic justice. 
  3. Knowledge of Central and South American countries, their histories of migration, and homophobic and transphobic government policies. 
  4. Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills, workshop facilitation and presenting to audiences of up to 100+ people.
  5. Experience developing and executing training curriculum and writing supplemental materials, including knowledge of developing online trainings, webinars, etc. The flexibility to adjust training content to meet audience expectations based on feedback. 
  6. The ability to describe the many phases of instructional design and an instructional systems design model.
  7. An understanding of the principles of rapid prototyping for training development.
  8. Understanding of grant management including activity design and data collection to ensure contract deliverables. 
  9. Knowledge of Trauma Informed Service Model and client-centered approach.
  10. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality for clients and personnel. 
  11. Demonstrated experience with case management, counseling, housing, employment, immigration issues, or other direct social service provision.
  12. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with people of diverse races, ethnicities, nationalities, sexual orientations, gender identities, socio-economic backgrounds, religions, ages, English-speaking abilities, immigration status, and physical abilities in an empathetic, non-judgmental, and empowering way.
  13. Working knowledge of community resources as they relate to crime victim services, homelessness, and youth.
  14. Coalition building capabilities to balance interests, negotiate, and work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders. 
  15. Existing relationships with service providers, advocates, and stakeholders engaged with LGBTQIA+ Latinx, immigrant/refugee communities.
  16. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

REQURIEMENTS:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in Community Organizing and Advocacy, Spanish, Marketing or Communications, Gender or Ethnic Studies, Social Work, Public Health, Education, or other relevant field. Two years of directly related work experience may be substituted for formal education.
  2. Ability to speak, read, write, and translate in English and Spanish is required. 
  3. Flexible availability to work occasional evenings and weekend hours as needed.
  4. Proficiency working with computers and Microsoft Office software including Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneDrive, database systems, and social media tools.
  5. Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable automobile transportation with proof of valid insurance. Must be willing to drive and fly to participate in collaborations, training, and outreach events primarily in the Sacramento region, but also on occasion statewide.
  6. Offer of employment may be contingent on satisfactory results of a criminal history background check.
  7. Employees must be legally permitted to work in the United States.
  8. The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is a drug free workplace; employees may be subject to a drug test.
  9. As an organization, we fully support COVID-19 vaccinations and are requiring new employees to have either proof of full vaccination, written notice of an upcoming vaccination appointment, or an approved medical or religious exemption. Documentation will be required prior to your first day of work. We really appreciate your assistance in keeping all employees and clients safe from coronavirus.

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Chief Development & External Affairs Officer

Sacramento

Is remote? No


Sacramento LGBT Community Center

Website: http://www.saccenter.org

Posted: December 10, 2021

Contact Information

Sacramento LGBT Community Center

https://saccenter.org/careers

Job Description

 

POSITION:                 Chief Development & External Affairs Officer

REPORTS TO:           Chief Executive Officer

STATUS:                    Exempt, Full-time, Regular

COMPENSATION:     DOE  DOE  $125,000-150,000 annually

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

 

JOB SUMMARY:

The Chief Development & External Affairs Officer serves as senior level strategic and visionary development leader for our rapidly growing agency. They are responsible for developing the agency’s development and external communication strategy and overseeing all of the private fundraising and external community engagement functions of the agency including annual giving and corporate giving, foundation grants, special events, communications and marketing, volunteer management, and planned giving. The Center’s Development Division is responsible for fundraising nearly $2 million to support the Center’s many programs and services that are not financially supported by government grants. This position has direct responsibility for donor relationship management, major gifts, supporting the completion of a $5.5 million capital campaign currently underway, and leadership of a growing staff and volunteer team. 

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

 

Design and Lead Development Strategy

  1. Develop and implement fundraising plans for the organization in conjunction with the CEO, Board of Directors, and development team.
  2. Manage campaign operations, communications strategy, recognition, and follow up/pledge collection for a $5.5 million capital campaign currently underway (65% complete) in coordination with outside counsel and the CEO, campaign cabinet, and development team. 
  3. Collaborate with the CFO in creating a Development Division budget with realistic assessments of projected revenue and expenses in alignment with the organization’s budget and programmatic needs.
  4. Establish performance measures to monitor results and evaluate effectiveness of fundraising efforts and track general trends in philanthropic giving,  reporting regularly on progress toward fundraising goals to the CEO and External Affairs Committee.
  5. Lead the Development Division staff and manage interdepartmental/cross-functional coordination and communication between Development, Finance, and Program teams.
  6. Identify and implement strategies that support program and administrative staff members’ role in donor engagement and stewardship.
  7. Support the Board of Directors’ External Affairs Committee and provide leadership to committees in pursuit of private fundraising.
  8. Participate as a member of the Senior Leadership Team in the planning and strategic decision-making process for the agency; lead departmental staff meetings.

 

Relationship Management and Donor Stewardship

  1. Work in close partnership with the CEO, members of the Board of Directors, and volunteers to identify and cultivate prospective donors to the organization
  2. Identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit, and steward a portfolio of new major gift donors, defined as those giving $1200 or more annually. 
  3. Prepare written development—and/or oversee the development of—materials, including briefing memos to support the CEO’s engagement with donors, appeal letters, and other donor communications; and select funding proposals/applications and reports.
  4. Conduct monthly engagement actions with donors and prospects, including in-person visits and tours, events, calls, direct ask meetings.
  5. Supervise the Director of Annual and Corporate Giving, working in partnership to develop and implement a strategy to attract and engage new donors of new and varying profiles using a community-centered fundraising approach.
  6. Increase the overall giving of existing donors, with heavy emphasis on steward current donors into greater affinity and higher levels of support. 
  7. Oversee stewardship efforts to ensure that donors are well-informed, acknowledged, and appreciated in meaningful and timely ways.
  8. Strengthen the planned giving program including prospect identification, cultivation events, and recognition activities.

 

Effective Development Team Leadership and Operations

  1. Build and provide inspirational leadership for a best-in-class performing development team with a high level of trust, professionalism, and dedication.
  2. Develop and manage Development Division budgets to achieve and exceed annual fundraising targets, ensuring the highest return on fundraising cost investments. 
  3. Select, evaluate, and support the continuous learning and professional development of Development Division staff; manage consultants as needed.
  4. Increase the effectiveness and productivity of the team by serving as a coach and mentor, promote diversity and inclusion, and motivate team members with energy and passion.
  5. Ensure clear expectations with the team while establishing efficient and best practice systems, processes, and structures.
  6. Oversee management of all Development Division activities including the capital campaign and major gifts, annual individual and corporate giving, foundation and philanthropic grant writing, special events including Sacramento Pride, marketing and communications, legacy giving and endowment building.
  7. Oversee reconciliation of development records in collaboration with the financial management team.
  8. Oversee data integrity, maintaining meticulous records in the donor database in compliance with legal requirements, organizational policy, and departmental standards.

 

Special Events Oversight

  1. Lead event strategy and supervise the Events Director, who is responsible for planning and execution of all fundraising events and management of event committees.
  2. Provide oversight and support to Events Director in managing and empowering the Pride Committee to produce Sacramento Pride.
  3. Supervise and support the Annual and Corporate Giving Director in developing and maintaining long-term corporate sponsor relationships. 
  4. Review and execute sponsorship and vendor contracts. 
  5. Review and approve event marketing materials to ensure alignment with Center mission and values, brand standards, and sponsorship recognition commitments.
  6. Oversee management of event budgets to maximize impact and return on investment.
  7. Pursue opportunities for 3rd party fundraising and passive income generation.

 

 

Communications and Public Affairs

  1. Oversee the Center’s communications strategy and supervise the Communications and Marketing Manager who manages the following functions. 
  2. Oversee constituent-focused external communications, ensuring the CEO, donors, volunteers, clients, community partners, and staff are informed on timely topics to assure a consistent and engaging message to the public on behalf of the Center.
  3. Ensure Communications team coordination and integration with Center programs and services to successfully achieve organizational goals.
  4. Participate internal and external philanthropic and community events as a representative of the Center; give presentations on behalf of the Center.
  5. Serve as a secondary media spokesperson, when necessary, at the direction of the CEO.
  6. Work closely in partnership with the Director of Advocacy & Training to support the Center’s advocacy for public policy that affirms the civil and human rights of the LGBTQ community, the advancement of racial justice, and strong relationships with government agencies and elected representatives. 

 

Community Engagement and Volunteer Management

  1. Supervise the Community Engagement Manager who manages volunteer services and the following functions. 
  2. Oversee continued development of a high-level volunteer program, which supports all Center operations, creating ongoing sources of volunteer leadership and community involvement.
  3. Ensure Volunteer program growth and coordination with Center programs and services to fulfill organizational need and achieve strategic goals.
  4. Oversee continued growth and improved structure of a competitive internship program designed to provide robust educational and work experience opportunities, developing future LGBTQ+ leaders.
  5. Oversee a robust volunteer stewardship program that improves retention and encourages progressively deeper involvement with the organization.
  6. Ensure continued development of a diverse volunteer team, including committee leadership, that embodies the mission and values of the Center.

 

REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Passion for the Center’s mission and work to create a region where LGBTQ people thrive and a commitment to follow all policies and procedures of the organization. 
  2. Education: Bachelor’s degree is required*; Advanced degree and/or Certificate in in Fundraising Management a plus. *Any combination of experience education, and training that would provide the equivalent knowledge and abilities may be considered as a substitute for formal education.
  3. Experience: A minimum of 5 years of senior level development experience and progressively responsible team leadership in a 501(c)3 nonprofit as Chief Development Officer, Development Director, Marketing Director, Major Gifts Officer, or Capital Campaign Director with a nonprofit organization is highly desirable.
  4. Computer/Office Equipment Skills: Must have superior proficiency working with Microsoft Office, particularly Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneDrive, and Teams. Proficiency in Raiser’s Edge, Salesforce, or similar donor management and database software is strongly preferred. 
  5. Language Skills: Fluency in English is required. Ability to speak/read/write/translate in one or more languages other than English is preferred.
  6. Work Schedule: This position is primarily in-person at the Center’s Lavender Heights location. Flexibility is required to participate in regular evening and weekend events, meetings, and travel as necessary.
  7. Access to reliable automobile transportation with a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance is required. This position will require travel throughout the Sacramento region and occasionally throughout California.
  8. Physical Demands: The person in this position may be required to sit or stand for extended periods, move objects up to 50 pounds, ascend/descend stairs, operate office equipment, open and close filing cabinets and boxes, observe visitors, and communicate messages and tone by telephone. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities  to perform the essential functions.
  9. Offer of employment may be contingent on satisfactory results of a criminal history background check. 
  10. Employees must be legally permitted to work in the United States.
  11. The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is a drug free workplace; employees may be subject to a drug test.
  12. Vaccination Requirement: We fully support COVID-19 vaccinations and are requiring new employees to have either proof of full vaccination, written notice of an upcoming vaccination appointment, or an approved medical or religious exemption. Documentation will be required prior to your first day of work. 

 

QUALIFICATIONS, AND EXPERIENCE

  1. Extensive development experience with a measurable track record of success in generating and implementing a comprehensive fundraising strategy and growing an organization’s development capacity.
  2. Demonstrated expertise in a range of fundraising channels with particular focus on major gifts, capital campaign donors, individuals, corporate and foundation giving, and data-driven digital fundraising.
  3. Demonstrated success prospecting and soliciting major gifts of $25,000 or more.
  4. Proven attention to detail, organization, and timely follow-through.
  5. Experience developing and managing budgets with a high level of precision.
  6. Working knowledge of regional corporate and foundation and LGBTQ+ individual philanthropic communities; preexisting connection to Sacramento is strongly preferred
  7. Excellent verbal, written, interpersonal, and presentation communication skills; Demonstrated ability to write and edit persuasive materials including successful proposals, stewardship materials, and other collateral.
  8. Ability to professionally interact with a variety of constituencies including donors, board members, volunteers, staff, visitors, government officials, stakeholders, and the general public; diplomatically managing competing priorities and constituencies. 
  9. Experience effectively coaching and mentoring junior staff, empowering volunteers in leadership roles, and working independently and as part of a highly collaborative team.
  10. Experience working with the LGBTQ+ community and familiarity with issues of particular relevance to LGBTQ+ people including a demonstrated ability to work effectively with people of diverse races, ethnicities, nationalities, sexual orientations, gender identities, socio-economic backgrounds, religions, ages, English-speaking abilities, immigration status, and physical abilities in an intersectional environment.
  11. Certified Fund-Raising Executive (CFRE) credential is a plus.

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Community Engagement & Volunteer Manager

Sacramento

Is remote? No


Sacramento LGBT Community Center

Website: http://www.saccenter.org

Posted: December 10, 2021

Contact Information

Sacramento LGBT Community Center

https://saccenter.org/careers

Job Description

POSITION:                 Community Engagement & Volunteer Services Manager

REPORTS TO:           Chief Development and External Affairs Officer

STATUS:                    Exempt; Full-Time

COMPENSATION:     DOE $4,853-5,000 Monthly

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

 

JOB SUMMARY:

The Community Engagement Manager is responsible for creating and implementing a community engagement strategy that inspires people to give, advocate, and volunteer at the Center.  The person in this role will lead the Center’s volunteer program and various other engagement opportunities, and will work with senior leadership across the organization and members of the development team to support new and existing programs, campaigns, and events. 

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  1. Volunteer Program Management: Effectively manage the Center’s volunteer resources program, including structure, tracking, reporting, recruitment, assessment, placement, support, stewardship, and appreciation.
  2. Engagement Strategy: Develop and manage a comprehensive community engagement strategy to broaden the reach of Center programs and services, volunteer and engagement opportunities, fundraising capacity, and manage rapid response to crises as needed.
  3. Relationship Building: Work with staff and leadership to effectively manage opportunities for individuals and organizations expressing interest in supporting the Center.
  4. Organizational Support: Develop and implement appropriate engagement activities to support the Center’s various programs, services, campaigns, and events.

 

General Duties:

  1. Develop and maintain a thorough understanding of the organization’s history, vision, current programming, and opportunities to engage/support the work.
  2. Conduct ongoing research and analysis of organizations and individuals who are engaged with the Center, document all findings that may assist in advancing the relationship. 
  3. Ensure all external relationships are being treated with the dignity and respect they deserve, including supporters, volunteers, interns, donors, and partner organizations.  
  4. Continuously engage in learning, applying best practices, collaborating and supporting colleagues internally and at other LGBTQ+ organizations as appropriate for the position’s areas of responsibility.
  5. Attend staff meetings and event committee meetings.

 

Volunteer Program Management

  1. Continue to develop a highly quality volunteer services program that supports all Center operations and creates ongoing leadership development and community engagement opportunities for community members.
  2. Grow and improve the structure of a competitive internship program, designed to provide robust educational and work experience opportunities for future LGBTQ+ leaders.
  3. Effectively recruit diverse volunteers through community partnerships, digital media, and other mediums to produce a robust and talent pool of motivated volunteers to support the Center’s work.  
  4. Manage the application, screening, placement, onboarding, ongoing communication, evaluation, and exit processes for all volunteers and interns.
  5. Oversee all administrative duties of the program including entry and maintenance of volunteer records, shift schedules and time records, event calendars, and all other data to ensure accuracy, currency, and organizational and legal compliance. 
  6. Manage all aspects of volunteer services for the Center’s signature events including recruitment, placement, training, and on-site management of Sacramento Pride’s 1000+ person volunteer workforce.
  7. Develop a robust volunteer and intern appreciation and stewardship program that improves retention and encourages progressively deeper involvement with the organization.

 

Engagement Strategy

  1. Collaborate with senior leadership to identify distinct opportunities for community members and organizations to engage as volunteers, interns, members, fundraisers, or program partners that support the organization’s needs and strategic goals.
  2. Create engagement pipelines and support activities that increase the visibility and reach of Center services, fundraising capacity, and advocacy through year-round partnerships with local professionals, community organizations/leaders, and corporate affinity, employee, and resource groups.
  3. Develop strategies to ensure volunteer teams, including event committee leadership, reflect the diversity of the community and embody the mission and values of the Center.
  4. Develop systems that use data to continuously monitor and evaluate the volunteer program and partner engagement activities in order to improve the overall experience, participation levels, and retention. 
  5. Use technology and data management software to support both individual and organizational relationship building, engagement, and activation. Share this data with the development team. 
  6. Develop written procedures for volunteer program operation and oversee the creation of operational procedures for distinct volunteer and internship roles.  

 

Relationship Management

  1. Update and manage a list of LGBTQ+ and allied community organizations and associated leader contacts to build or maintain open communication channels and monitor their public communications to inform relationship building and support engagement activities that build their organizational capacities and uplift the community as a whole.
  2. Establish and continue to build meaningful relationships in the Sacramento region among LGBTQ+ stakeholders, social justice advocates, local and state public officials, corporate partners, and public institutions.
  3. Represent the Center in various coalitions, collaborative events, community actions, speaking opportunities, and campaigns as directed.  
  4. Help keep Center leadership informed of community sentiment and position the Center among community partners for engagement opportunities including information sharing convenings, giving campaigns, volunteer opportunities, cultural humility trainings, and joint service projects. 
  5. Collaborate with staff to identify community outreach opportunities and develop a pool of volunteers to staff informational tables and speak as ambassadors at public events.

 

Organizational Support

  1. Support the Center’s communications and marketing plan with volunteer services including the identification of designers, photographers/videographers, content creators, social media influencers, and testimonial speakers to support event, program, and advocacy goals. 
  2. Support the Center’s fundraising and development plan with volunteer services including the identification of grant writers, peer to peer fundraisers, house party hosts, Center ambassadors, and other fundraising activities.
  3. Lead coordination of volunteer grassroots advocacy, rapid response, and community organizing activities in collaboration with the Director of Advocacy & Training.
  4. Supervise internal administrative office project volunteers.
  5. Cultivate, develop, and steward core volunteers to serve in leadership roles that support volunteer program infrastructure, event committees, advocacy and training initiatives, and community building activities. 

 

REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Passion for the Center’s mission and work to create a region where LGBTQ people thrive and a commitment to follow all policies and procedures of the organization.
  2. Education: Bachelor’s degree* is required; *Any combination of experience, education, and training that would provide the equivalent knowledge and abilities may be considered as a substitute for formal education.
  3. Experience: Minimum of 2-years (4 years preferred) relevant experience in volunteer management, community organizing, campaign management or related field.
  4. Basic knowledge of and a commitment to learn about social justice, anti-racism, white supremacy, racial equity, cultural humility, and privilege. 
  5. Computer/Office Equipment Skills: Must have superior proficiency working with Microsoft Office, particularly Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneDrive, and Teams. Proficiency in Raiser’s Edge, Apricot, Salesforce, or similar CRMs is strongly preferred. 
  6. Language Skills: Fluency in English is required. Ability to speak/read/write/translate in one or more languages other than English is preferred.
  7. Work Schedule: This position is primarily in-person at the Center’s Lavender Heights location. Flexibility is required to participate in regular evening and weekend events, meetings, and travel as necessary.
  8. Access to reliable automobile transportation with a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance is required. This position will require travel throughout the Sacramento region and occasionally throughout California.
  9. Physical Demands: The person in this position will be required to sit or stand for extended periods, move objects up to 50 pounds, ascend/descend stairs, operate office equipment, open and close filing cabinets and boxes, observe visitors, and communicate messages and tone by telephone. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  10. Offer of employment may be contingent on satisfactory results of a criminal history background check. 
  11. Employees must be legally permitted to work in the United States.
  12. The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is a drug free workplace; employees may be subject to a drug test.
  13. Vaccination Requirement: We fully support COVID-19 vaccinations and are requiring new employees to have either proof of full vaccination, written notice of an upcoming vaccination appointment, or an approved medical or religious exemption. Documentation will be required prior to your first day of work. 

 

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE: 

  1. Experience working with the LGBTQ+ community and familiarity with issues of particular relevance to LGBTQ+ people, social justice and civil rights policy issues is preferred. 
  2. Entrepreneurial passion for learning and adaptability in a dynamic environment.
  3. Experience building and managing volunteer programs, internships, political campaigns, and/or direct constituent contact programs. 
  4. Experience recruiting, inspiring, and mentoring teams to achieve collective results.
  5. Excellent verbal, written, interpersonal, and presentation communication skills, including sensitivity and tact in interpersonal relations. Previous experience teaching or training less experienced persons is a plus.
  6. Strong organizational and time-management skills, with the ability to set priorities and limits in order to accomplish tasks, meet deadlines, and adapt to changing priorities. 
  7. Working knowledge of the Sacramento region’s nonprofit sector and an ability to build relationships with and work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders, government officials, volunteers, community members, and donors.
  8. Ability to work independently and collaboratively on a team to plan, prioritize projects and tasks, to problem solve, and quickly pivot as necessary. 
  9. Ability to ensure legal compliance, confidentiality, and accuracy in program management and reporting.
  10. Demonstrated experience using technology and data to drive decision making and achieve results.

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Community Engagement & Volunteer Manager

Sacramento

Is remote? No


Sacramento LGBT Community Center

Website: http://www.saccenter.org

Posted: December 10, 2021

Contact Information

Sacramento LGBT Community Center

https://saccenter.org/careers

Job Description

POSITION:                 Events Director

REPORTS TO:           Chief Development Officer

STATUS:                    Exempt, Full-Time, Regular

COMPENSATION:     DOE $5416-6250 per month 

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

 

JOB SUMMARY:

The Events Director will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for the development, planning, execution, and evaluation of all Sacramento LGBT Community Center events including Sacramento Pride, Q-Prom, our signature fundraising and programmatic events, some advocacy activities, and coordination of 3rd party fundraising and community engagement events.  The successful candidate will have prior experience producing large-scale events, a track record of engaging diverse community partners, an entrepreneurial spirit, and employ a high level of precision in executing a detail oriented logistical planning.

This position reports to the Chief Development & External Affairs Officer and works in partnership with Development and Program staff, interns, volunteers, stakeholders, as well as directly with community members of diverse backgrounds. This work of this position supports the organization’s objective to build a culturally rich LGBTQ+ community in order to create a region where LGBTQ+ people thrive. 

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Strategic Event Management:

  1. Plan and execute logistical production  of all community engagement and fundraising events, including Mama’s Makin’ Bacon Drag Brunch, Pride Awards Gala, Q-Prom, Vision of Equality Luncheon, Trans Family Day, and others as they arise.
  2. Serve as the Sacramento Pride production lead, overseeing all aspects of the Sacramento Pride March, Festival, and associated Center sponsored Pride Month events.
  3. Manage on-site event production.
  4. Create detailed event layouts and supervise the build-out of sites. 
  5. Develop detailed safety, disability access, and emergency response plans for all events including on-site signage and scenario planning.
  6. Maintain detailed planning and tracking documents including contact lists, planning checklists, timelines, equipment and supply needs/inventories, 
  7. Track participation sign ups/ticket sales, vendor sign-ups, marketing response rates, sponsorship commitments/deliverables, food and beverage sales, and other measures of success, regularly providing updates to the Chief Development Officer and Board’s External Affairs Committee including any anticipated variation from agreed upon targets.
  8. Oversee development and management of appropriate marketing, public relations, advertising, and ticket sales campaigns in coordination with the Communications and Marketing Manager.
  9. Collaborate to develop messaging themes and content for marketing campaigns, websites, e-Newsletter, and social media in coordination with the Communications and Marketing Manager.
  10. Gather all necessary program-related information for event-related publications, the on-stage program, and event multimedia.
  11. Oversee on-site stage management and video/broadcast production.
  12. Prioritize development of event production and management systems that can easily be replicated and followed year after and supported by a volunteer workforce including development of extensive job manuals, checklists, and archival system for past event documentation.

 

Team Leadership and Community Engagement

  1. Serve as the Pride Director, leading and supervising the Pride Committee, interns, and volunteers to ensure the event is inclusive of diverse voices in production and programmatically inclusive of BIQTPOC communities, people with disabilities, and both LGBTQ+ elders and youth.
  2. Recruit, lead, and steward all event committees and interns, with special attention to developing a diverse and functionally supportive Pride Committee.
  3. Develop detailed volunteer needs for each event and partner with the Community Engagement Manager to recruit volunteers with the right skills and implement volunteer programs specific to each event that ensure smooth event execution.
  4. Manage contractors and consultants as needed.
  5. Set clear expectations and maintain robust ongoing cross-agency communication with staff, volunteers, and partner organizations involved in event production.
  6. Develop community partnerships that enhance the quality and inclusiveness of Center events, prioritizing racial and gender equity, disability access, and youth empowerment.
  7. Serve as a community representative and liaison to local, city and state agencies, specifically as the ambassador to the Consolidated Association of Prides, Inc. and other Pride organizations as well as mentor other LGBTQ+/Pride organizational leaders.
  8. Oversee coordination of 3rd party events and fundraising efforts with external partners, continually working to develop relationships for future 3rd party event organizations.

 

Finance and Operational Management:

  1. Create and manage all event income and expense budgets, developing strategies and action steps to achieve such goals and strive to ensure that all revenue goals are reached and expenses allocated in alignment with the agency budget and in coordination with development staff and finance staff,
  2. Actively pursue opportunities to increase the return on investment for Sacramento Pride and all fundraising events including sponsor partnerships, grants, residual income, and cost saving measures in order to maximize the impact of every dollar.
  3. Assist the Annual & Corporate Giving Director in soliciting, securing, and fulfilling corporate sponsorship deliverables to build and maintain strong corporate relationships. 
  4. Empower and encourage event committees to solicit and secure in-kind donations, grants, or other cost off-setting resources for events.
  5. Research selection of, negotiate, and manage vendor and performer contracts.
  6. Use data and data systems to improve efficiency, online data capture and process management, on-site event flow, and ensure that all ticket sales, event guests, gifts, corporate partners, vendors, and volunteer information is recorded in the database in coordination with the Annual & Corporate Giving Director.
  7. Ensure compliance with all laws, regulations, agency approval processes and policies, and safety obligations, including obtaining permits and insurance to mitigate risk.
  8. Manage the organized storage and inventory of event equipment and supplies.
  9. Develop robust evaluation tools and metrics designed to measure and drive continuous learning/improvement in financial performance, participation, marketing reach, sales volume, guest/exhibitor/volunteer/sponsor satisfaction, and other qualitative measures of success. 
  10. Lead post-event evaluation team meetings and provide written reports to event committees, the Board of Directors/External Affairs Committee, and community when appropriate.
  11. Provide appropriate and timely event follow up and thank you letters to performers/speakers, vendors, volunteers, media partners, and sponsors.

 

GENERAL DUTIES:

  1. Participate in staff meetings, planning meetings, committee meetings and other meetings as needed.
  2. Support Development/Communications as needed; manage and fulfill corporate sponsorships and agreements, and development campaigns.
  3. Attend all development events; must be willing and flexible to work evenings/weekends.
  4. Handle a variety of special projects and other related duties, as assigned.

 

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:

  1. History of working with the LGBTQ+ community with a thorough knowledge of and commitment to LGBTQ+ issues and a demonstrated ability to work effectively with people of diverse races, ethnicities, nationalities, sexual orientations, gender identities, socio-economic backgrounds, religions, ages, English-speaking abilities, immigration status, and physical abilities in an intersectional environment.
  2. Excellent verbal, written, interpersonal, and presentation communication skills; Demonstrated ability to inspire and motivate volunteers.
  3. Availability: flexible schedule to include regular evening and weekend hours.
  4. Capability to fully manage project teams independently.
  5. Strong logistical project management skills, including managing projects with multiple strict and competing deadlines and a proven attention to detail, organization, and timely follow through.
  6. Proven experience developing Standard Operating Procedures and deploy technology to enhance efficiency and participant experience.
  7. Ability to exercise initiative, sound judgement, and analytical thinking. 
  8. Demonstrated ability to anticipate potential threats, develop flexible contingency plans, problem-solve through crises effectively, and maintain calm in a high-pressure environment.
  9. Demonstrated ability to develop realistic budgets, accurately forecast revenue, plan contingencies, and a tenacious commitment to achievement of agreed-upon financial and performance targets.
  10. Significant experience as a community organizer, building and managing a volunteer workforce, and leading event or project teams.
  11. Working knowledge of the Sacramento region and experience working with local event venues with capacities ranging from 300-25,000+ and experience working with the City of Sacramento Special Events permitting process
  12. Flexibility of schedule, including evenings/weekends, and limited travel; expect to work extended hours and maintain availability when away from the office as needed. 
  13. Familiarity with COVID safety protocols for large-scale public events.

 

REQURIEMENTS:

  1. Passion for the Center’s mission and work to create a region where LGBTQ people thrive and a commitment to follow all policies and procedures of the organization.
  2. Education: Bachelor’s Degree in event management, marketing, public relations, community organizing, or other related fields. Relevant professional experience may substitute for formal education.
  3. Experience: Minimum 5 years’ event production experience, including events with a significant volunteer base and over $400,000 gross revenue (festivals, peer to peer walks/runs/rides, galas)
  4. Computer/Office Equipment Skills: Superior proficiency working with Microsoft Office, particularly Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneDrive, and Teams. Strong experience using digital ticketing, RFID/QR based POS systems, digital marketing and social media integration tools, as well as a working knowledge of Raiser’s Edge, Salesforce, or similar donor management and database software is strongly preferred. 
  5. Language Skills: Fluency in English is required. Ability to speak/read/write/translate in one or more languages other than English is preferred.
  6. Access to reliable automobile transportation with a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance is required. This position may on occasion be required to drive rented vehicles and/or our equipment including a moving van/trailer/RV.
  7. Physical Demands: The person in this position may be required to sit or stand for extended periods, move objects up to 50 pounds, ascend/descend stairs, operate office equipment, open and close filing cabinets and boxes, observe visitors, and communicate messages and tone by telephone. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities  to perform the essential functions.
  8. Offer of employment may be contingent on satisfactory results of a criminal history background check. 
  9. Employees must be legally permitted to work in the United States.
  10. The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is a drug free workplace; employees may be subject to a drug test.
  11. Vaccination Requirement: We fully support COVID-19 vaccinations and are requiring new employees to have either proof of full vaccination, written notice of an upcoming vaccination appointment, or an approved medical or religious exemption. Documentation will be required prior to your first day of work. 

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Events Director

Sacramento

Is remote? No


Sacramento LGBT Community Center

Website: http://www.saccenter.org

Posted: December 10, 2021

Contact Information

Sacramento LGBT Community Center

https://saccenter.org/careers

Job Description

POSITION:                 Events Director

REPORTS TO:           Chief Development Officer

STATUS:                    Exempt, Full-Time, Regular

COMPENSATION:     DOE $5416-6250 per month 

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

 

JOB SUMMARY:

The Events Director will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for the development, planning, execution, and evaluation of all Sacramento LGBT Community Center events including Sacramento Pride, Q-Prom, our signature fundraising and programmatic events, some advocacy activities, and coordination of 3rd party fundraising and community engagement events.  The successful candidate will have prior experience producing large-scale events, a track record of engaging diverse community partners, an entrepreneurial spirit, and employ a high level of precision in executing a detail oriented logistical planning.

This position reports to the Chief Development & External Affairs Officer and works in partnership with Development and Program staff, interns, volunteers, stakeholders, as well as directly with community members of diverse backgrounds. This work of this position supports the organization’s objective to build a culturally rich LGBTQ+ community in order to create a region where LGBTQ+ people thrive. 

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Strategic Event Management:

  1. Plan and execute logistical production  of all community engagement and fundraising events, including Mama’s Makin’ Bacon Drag Brunch, Pride Awards Gala, Q-Prom, Vision of Equality Luncheon, Trans Family Day, and others as they arise.
  2. Serve as the Sacramento Pride production lead, overseeing all aspects of the Sacramento Pride March, Festival, and associated Center sponsored Pride Month events.
  3. Manage on-site event production.
  4. Create detailed event layouts and supervise the build-out of sites. 
  5. Develop detailed safety, disability access, and emergency response plans for all events including on-site signage and scenario planning.
  6. Maintain detailed planning and tracking documents including contact lists, planning checklists, timelines, equipment and supply needs/inventories, 
  7. Track participation sign ups/ticket sales, vendor sign-ups, marketing response rates, sponsorship commitments/deliverables, food and beverage sales, and other measures of success, regularly providing updates to the Chief Development Officer and Board’s External Affairs Committee including any anticipated variation from agreed upon targets.
  8. Oversee development and management of appropriate marketing, public relations, advertising, and ticket sales campaigns in coordination with the Communications and Marketing Manager.
  9. Collaborate to develop messaging themes and content for marketing campaigns, websites, e-Newsletter, and social media in coordination with the Communications and Marketing Manager.
  10. Gather all necessary program-related information for event-related publications, the on-stage program, and event multimedia.
  11. Oversee on-site stage management and video/broadcast production.
  12. Prioritize development of event production and management systems that can easily be replicated and followed year after and supported by a volunteer workforce including development of extensive job manuals, checklists, and archival system for past event documentation.

 

Team Leadership and Community Engagement

  1. Serve as the Pride Director, leading and supervising the Pride Committee, interns, and volunteers to ensure the event is inclusive of diverse voices in production and programmatically inclusive of BIQTPOC communities, people with disabilities, and both LGBTQ+ elders and youth.
  2. Recruit, lead, and steward all event committees and interns, with special attention to developing a diverse and functionally supportive Pride Committee.
  3. Develop detailed volunteer needs for each event and partner with the Community Engagement Manager to recruit volunteers with the right skills and implement volunteer programs specific to each event that ensure smooth event execution.
  4. Manage contractors and consultants as needed.
  5. Set clear expectations and maintain robust ongoing cross-agency communication with staff, volunteers, and partner organizations involved in event production.
  6. Develop community partnerships that enhance the quality and inclusiveness of Center events, prioritizing racial and gender equity, disability access, and youth empowerment.
  7. Serve as a community representative and liaison to local, city and state agencies, specifically as the ambassador to the Consolidated Association of Prides, Inc. and other Pride organizations as well as mentor other LGBTQ+/Pride organizational leaders.
  8. Oversee coordination of 3rd party events and fundraising efforts with external partners, continually working to develop relationships for future 3rd party event organizations.

 

Finance and Operational Management:

  1. Create and manage all event income and expense budgets, developing strategies and action steps to achieve such goals and strive to ensure that all revenue goals are reached and expenses allocated in alignment with the agency budget and in coordination with development staff and finance staff,
  2. Actively pursue opportunities to increase the return on investment for Sacramento Pride and all fundraising events including sponsor partnerships, grants, residual income, and cost saving measures in order to maximize the impact of every dollar.
  3. Assist the Annual & Corporate Giving Director in soliciting, securing, and fulfilling corporate sponsorship deliverables to build and maintain strong corporate relationships. 
  4. Empower and encourage event committees to solicit and secure in-kind donations, grants, or other cost off-setting resources for events.
  5. Research selection of, negotiate, and manage vendor and performer contracts.
  6. Use data and data systems to improve efficiency, online data capture and process management, on-site event flow, and ensure that all ticket sales, event guests, gifts, corporate partners, vendors, and volunteer information is recorded in the database in coordination with the Annual & Corporate Giving Director.
  7. Ensure compliance with all laws, regulations, agency approval processes and policies, and safety obligations, including obtaining permits and insurance to mitigate risk.
  8. Manage the organized storage and inventory of event equipment and supplies.
  9. Develop robust evaluation tools and metrics designed to measure and drive continuous learning/improvement in financial performance, participation, marketing reach, sales volume, guest/exhibitor/volunteer/sponsor satisfaction, and other qualitative measures of success. 
  10. Lead post-event evaluation team meetings and provide written reports to event committees, the Board of Directors/External Affairs Committee, and community when appropriate.
  11. Provide appropriate and timely event follow up and thank you letters to performers/speakers, vendors, volunteers, media partners, and sponsors.

 

GENERAL DUTIES:

  1. Participate in staff meetings, planning meetings, committee meetings and other meetings as needed.
  2. Support Development/Communications as needed; manage and fulfill corporate sponsorships and agreements, and development campaigns.
  3. Attend all development events; must be willing and flexible to work evenings/weekends.
  4. Handle a variety of special projects and other related duties, as assigned.

 

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:

  1. History of working with the LGBTQ+ community with a thorough knowledge of and commitment to LGBTQ+ issues and a demonstrated ability to work effectively with people of diverse races, ethnicities, nationalities, sexual orientations, gender identities, socio-economic backgrounds, religions, ages, English-speaking abilities, immigration status, and physical abilities in an intersectional environment.
  2. Excellent verbal, written, interpersonal, and presentation communication skills; Demonstrated ability to inspire and motivate volunteers.
  3. Availability: flexible schedule to include regular evening and weekend hours.
  4. Capability to fully manage project teams independently.
  5. Strong logistical project management skills, including managing projects with multiple strict and competing deadlines and a proven attention to detail, organization, and timely follow through.
  6. Proven experience developing Standard Operating Procedures and deploy technology to enhance efficiency and participant experience.
  7. Ability to exercise initiative, sound judgement, and analytical thinking. 
  8. Demonstrated ability to anticipate potential threats, develop flexible contingency plans, problem-solve through crises effectively, and maintain calm in a high-pressure environment.
  9. Demonstrated ability to develop realistic budgets, accurately forecast revenue, plan contingencies, and a tenacious commitment to achievement of agreed-upon financial and performance targets.
  10. Significant experience as a community organizer, building and managing a volunteer workforce, and leading event or project teams.
  11. Working knowledge of the Sacramento region and experience working with local event venues with capacities ranging from 300-25,000+ and experience working with the City of Sacramento Special Events permitting process
  12. Flexibility of schedule, including evenings/weekends, and limited travel; expect to work extended hours and maintain availability when away from the office as needed. 
  13. Familiarity with COVID safety protocols for large-scale public events.

 

REQURIEMENTS:

  1. Passion for the Center’s mission and work to create a region where LGBTQ people thrive and a commitment to follow all policies and procedures of the organization.
  2. Education: Bachelor’s Degree in event management, marketing, public relations, community organizing, or other related fields. Relevant professional experience may substitute for formal education.
  3. Experience: Minimum 5 years’ event production experience, including events with a significant volunteer base and over $400,000 gross revenue (festivals, peer to peer walks/runs/rides, galas)
  4. Computer/Office Equipment Skills: Superior proficiency working with Microsoft Office, particularly Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneDrive, and Teams. Strong experience using digital ticketing, RFID/QR based POS systems, digital marketing and social media integration tools, as well as a working knowledge of Raiser’s Edge, Salesforce, or similar donor management and database software is strongly preferred. 
  5. Language Skills: Fluency in English is required. Ability to speak/read/write/translate in one or more languages other than English is preferred.
  6. Access to reliable automobile transportation with a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance is required. This position may on occasion be required to drive rented vehicles and/or our equipment including a moving van/trailer/RV.
  7. Physical Demands: The person in this position may be required to sit or stand for extended periods, move objects up to 50 pounds, ascend/descend stairs, operate office equipment, open and close filing cabinets and boxes, observe visitors, and communicate messages and tone by telephone. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities  to perform the essential functions.
  8. Offer of employment may be contingent on satisfactory results of a criminal history background check. 
  9. Employees must be legally permitted to work in the United States.
  10. The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is a drug free workplace; employees may be subject to a drug test.
  11. Vaccination Requirement: We fully support COVID-19 vaccinations and are requiring new employees to have either proof of full vaccination, written notice of an upcoming vaccination appointment, or an approved medical or religious exemption. Documentation will be required prior to your first day of work. 
 

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Mental Health Clinician

Sacramento

Is remote? No


Sacramento LGBT Community Center

Website: http://www.saccenter.org

Posted: December 10, 2021

Contact Information

Sacramento LGBT Community Center

https://saccenter.org/careers

Job Description

POSITION: Mental Health Clinician

REPORTS TO: Director of Health Services

STATUS: Exempt, Full-Time 

COMPENSATION: $65,000 - $75,000 Annually

BENEFITS: Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, 401(k), Paid Holidays, Sick, and Vacation; Employee Assistance Program; professional development opportunities

 

JOB SUMMARY: 

The Center is on a rapid growth trajectory, expanding its mental health programs to include on-site and telehealth therapy.  The Center is looking for licensed mental health clinicians to serve within the Health Services Department. Primary responsibilities include individual, couple and group counseling services, documenting progress, utilizing short term model in treatment planning to the greatest extent possible and serve on-duty walk-ins, crisis, as well as general information and crisis telephone calls. The Mental Health Clinician must be able to work independently, under pressure, and with absolute confidentiality and discretion. Some evenings and weekends are required. This position must have a positive and supportive attitude toward the Center’s mission and its overall success as well as a thorough understanding of the queer and transgender experience. 

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Conduct individual, couple and group counseling services for youth and adult clients through internal referral and document progress in the client’s record immediately following the session.
  2. Provide trauma-in formed, culturally affirming, crisis intervention and LGBTQ affirming drop-in support services to homeless, at-risk, and transition-aged youth.
  3. Observe, assess and refer (within one’s scope of practice) clients’ mental health symptoms and develop and document service plans that best meet their needs.
  4. Develop and implement curriculum-based classes and process groups.
  5. Make appropriate internal referrals to services within the Center and to external providers for higher level needs (e.g., psychiatric evaluation, substance abuse, and other mental health care services); and, follows up on those referrals with the client to assure appropriateness of the referral & continuity of care.
  6. Participate in the multi-disciplinary case conferencing, presenting assigned cases as they come due for review.
  7. Assume responsibility for completing all documentation in a timely, legible and thorough manner, submitting client records at the end of each business day, and proper notification of changes in appointment schedule to appropriate staff. 
  8. Report, analyze, and integrate outcome and satisfaction data to improve service delivery.
  9. Participation with supervisor and/or members of the department and leadership teams in program planning, program evaluation and quality improvement, dissemination activities and training.
  10. With completion of Clinical Supervision Training, candidate may provide clinical supervision to unlicensed staff clinicians and/or interns.
  11. Plan, organize and prioritize own work to meet deadlines and accomplish tasks within established timelines, including maintaining accurate records and files.
  12. Serve as a subject matter expert on the aims, concepts and principles of mental health and substance abuse programs.
  13. Serve as a subject matter expert on mental health issues, needs, and interests of the LGBTQ youth, adults, families and community, including knowledge of the spectrum of gender and sexual identities and transgender issues. 
  14. Collaborate with Health Services team and Center leadership to implement and build upon the established agency strategic plan with unifying vision to meet the health service needs of the LGBTQ community. 
  15. Participate in staff meetings, planning meetings and other meetings as needed.
  16. Other duties as assigned.

 

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE: 

  1. Passion for the Center’s mission and work to create a region where LGBTQ people thrive and a commitment to long-term sustainability of the organization
  2. Experience working with adolescents and families, clinical experience and familiarity with the needs and issued presented by the HIV impacted and LGBTQ communities
  3. Experience working with the LGBTQ+ community and familiarity with issues of particular relevance to LGBTQ+ people including a demonstrated ability to work effectively with people of diverse races, ethnicities, nationalities, sexual orientations, gender identities, socio-economic backgrounds, religions, ages, English-speaking abilities, immigration status, and physical abilities in an intersectional environment
  4. Knowledge of Federal, State and County laws and regulations applicable to mental health practice and public health programs. 
  5. Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills, with the ability to communicate in a tactfully assertive manner; superior spelling, grammar, AP style copy editing skills are required
  6. Strong critical thinking skills with a proven attention to detail, organization, and timely independent decision making.
  7. Ability to synthesize information and manage competing priorities and constituencies.
  8. Strong political acumen and ability to handle agency information and correspondence with strict confidentiality and discretion.
  9. A creative problem-solver, using sound judgement to prioritize tasks and limit distractions.
  10. Proactive and self-motivated under tight deadlines, with the ability to take direction and function under high pressure.
  11. Regular, consistent and punctual attendance. Must be able to work occasional nights and weekends with a variable schedule and occasional short-trip travel.
  12. Values strict confidentiality, tact in the workplace and proper social media etiquette.
  13. Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office including Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint are required; must also be able to type 40-50 WPM and a working knowledge of Microsoft Teams and other communication platforms.

 

REQUIREMENTS:

  1. LMFT/LCSW, Master’s Degree; Public Health, Social Work, Community Health, or a related field is required.
  2. Licensed professional in the health service field, Direct service mental health care experience is required.  
  3. Access to reliable automobile transportation with a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance is required. This position will be required to run errands, pick-up and deliver staff and materials on occasion throughout the Sacramento region.
  4. Proficiency in English is required; ability to speak/read/write/translate in languages other than English is a plus.
  5. Offers of employment may be contingent on satisfactory results of a criminal history 
  6. The Sacramento LGBT Community Center is a drug free workplace; employees may be subject to a drug test.
  7. As an organization, we fully support COVID-19 vaccinations and are requiring new employees to have either proof of full vaccination, written notice of an upcoming vaccination appointment, or an approved medical or religious exemption. Documentation will be required prior to your first day of work. We really appreciate your assistance in keeping all employees and clients safe from coronavirus.

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Science Partnerships Lead

San Francisco

Is remote? Yes


Hopelab

Website: https://www.hopelab.org

Posted: January 11, 2022

Contact Information

Brian Rodriguez

https://jobs.lever.co/hopelab/735e0c35-d3d8-470c-b3fe-86490904fe37

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Immigration Project Associate

San Francisco

Is remote? No


National Center for Lesbian Rights

Website: http://www.nclrights.org

Posted: January 20, 2022

Contact Information

Maxie Bee

https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=4133402&B_ID=91&FID=1&Ad=&Refer=&ssbgcolor=&SearchScreenID=16356&CountryID=3

Job Description

Title: Immigration Project Associate
Department: Legal
Status: Full-Time, Non-Exempt Position: $28 per hour
Location: San Francisco, CA

 Job Description
The National Center for Lesbian Rights seeks a highly-skilled, enthusiastic, diligent, and motivated individual for a full-time Immigration Project Associate position in our San Francisco office. The Immigration Project Associate will work as a member of the legal staff, under supervision of the immigration attorneys and immigration program staff.

 This is a full-time, non-exempt (hourly) position. NCLR is working remotely at this time, and we anticipate being back in the office in 2022; this position may occasionally be required to go to our office before it fully opens, as well as to attend hearings or interviews as needed. This is a non-remote position.

 Key Responsibilities

  • Accompanying clients to civil, criminal, or immigration hearings and interviews when necessary. Serving as interpreter to clients if needed;
  • Assisting with helpline calls and correspondence concerning immigration and/or detention issues under the direction of attorneys;
  • Interviewing clients and potential clients and documenting their information accurately and completely;
  • Communicating with government and police agencies as needed to obtain information and documentation for cases;
  • Translating documents into English or Spanish when necessary;
  • Creating, documenting, and monitoring data entry into the client database and creating client reports and data exports from the client database;
  • Responding to individuals who have contacted NCLR in search of immigration services;
  • Assisting preparation of court filings;
  • Copying and scanning documents;
  • Collaborating with Communications and Development staff on media and public education related to immigration issues;
  • Maintaining and building relationships with immigrant rights community organizations and providers of healthcare, mental health, and other services to LGBTQ immigrants;
  • Assist immigration project clients in identifying other resources they may need (e.g., employment training, public benefits);
  • With the Immigration Project Director, overseeing the work of Immigration Project interns/volunteers as needed; and
  • Providing research and administrative support to the Immigration Project staff as needed.

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

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Legal Assistant

San Francisco

Is remote? No


National Center for Lesbian Rights

Website: http://www.nclrights.org

Posted: January 19, 2022

Contact Information

Maxie Bee

https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=4286069

Job Description

Title: Legal Assistant

Department: Legal

Status: Full-Time/hourly, Non-Exempt Position: $28/hr (D.O.E)

Location: San Francisco, CA (non-remote position)

Position Description

The National Center for Lesbian Rights seeks a highly skilled, enthusiastic, diligent, and motivated individual for a full-time legal assistant position in our San Francisco office. The legal assistant will work as a member of the legal staff under close supervision of the attorneys and other program staff.

This is a non-exempt/hourly position and located in San Francisco requiring daily attendance at our office to support the needs of the organization once our office opens. NCLR is working remotely at this time, and we anticipate being back in the office in early 2022; this position may occasionally be required to go to our office before it fully opens. This is a non-remote position.

Key Responsibilities

  • Maintain the litigation docket and calendar
  • Maintain case files in paper and electronic form
  • Format and proofread briefs, legal documents, publications, spreadsheets, Powerpoint presentations, and other documents
  • Assist with court filings, including compliance with court rules
  • Copy, scan, and organize case documents and legal mail
  • Perform conflict checks
  • Update and assist with distribution of NCLR publications
  • Provide research and administrative support to program staff
  • Occasionally plan meetings and legal staff gatherings, including reserving meeting spaces and ordering food
  • Assist with answering helpline calls as needed, enter data into and maintain helpline caller database
  • Facilitate legal team meetings
  • Assist with legal department hiring processes
  • Assist attorneys and other staff with various administrative and other tasks as needed

 

Salary and Benefits

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

 

Qualifications

Required:

  • Bachelor's degree from accredited college or university or two years of experience in an administrative role in an office
  • Very strong computer skills; must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Outlook, and Microsoft Excel
  • Strong attention to detail and excellent organizational skills
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Committed to social justice and enthusiastic about NCLR’s mission and programs
  • An awareness of and commitment to a broad range of racial and economic justice issues and an understanding of the multiple communities NCLR represents
  • Well-organized, able to multi-task, a fast learner, and detail-oriented
  • Able to take initiative and to work well under pressure to meet deadlines
  • Flexible and able to function independently and as a member of a team
  • Willing to work flexible hours on occasion
  • Able to interact professionally with coworkers, clients, co-counsel, and outside callers

Preferred:

  • Experience working with legal documents, creating tables of authorities, and legal research strongly preferred
  • Prior experience in an administrative position a plus
  • Bi- or multi-lingual a plus

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Community Day Services Navigator - PT

San Francisco

Is remote? No


Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center

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

Posted: December 1, 2021

Contact Information

Fermin Muro, Psy.D.

https://www.openhousesf.org/employment

Job Description

Community Day Services Navigator

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

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

POSITION TITLE: Community Day Services Navigator (CDS Navigator

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

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

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

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

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

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

SKILLS:

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

COMPENSATION:

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

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

TO APPLY:

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

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

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Supervising Case Manager

San Francisco

Is remote? No


Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center

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

Posted: December 21, 2021

Contact Information

Fermin Muro, Psy.D.

https://www.openhousesf.org/employment

Job Description


POSITION TITLE: Supervising Case Manager

 POSITION SUMMARY: The Supervising Case Manager provides comprehensive, client-centered intake, assessment, planning, coordination and follow-up services for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) seniors and adults with disabilities with multiple housing, health, and psychosocial challenges that impair their functional capacity to access needed services. The Supervising Case Manager works to develop service plans and supports, guides, and mentors case management staff in order to provide high-quality care, so that the client can maintain the optimum level of functioning in the most integrated setting. The SCM has a reduced caseload to compensate for the expectations of supervising staff.

The position is full-time (exempt) and reports directly to the Director of Community Support Services, and receives monthly individual and group clinical consultation from Clinical Case Management Collaborative Consultant at Institute on Aging. This position is in-person, on-site 5 days a week in San Francisco.

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

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Supervising Case Manager assesses needs, develops service plans, arranges and coordinates the provision of services among providers, provides follow-up monitoring and reassessment, and develops discharge and termination plans. The Supervising Case Manager will perform the following core functions:

  • Identify and assess seniors and adults with disabilities in need of case management through an intake and enrollment process;
  • Crisis management;
  • Hold weekly supervision with case management team and support their professional development;
  • Program evaluation;
  • Monthly and quarterly reporting;
  • Assess the community member’s functional and cognitive capacity and limitations;
  • Develop an individual, client-centered, strengths-based care plan to address the service needs identified in the assessment;
  • Ensure the implementation of the service plan based on the client’s functional capacity, as determined in the assessment;
  • Follow-up and monitor service plan implementation through quarterly home visits;
  • Consistently evaluate the quality and effectiveness of the services provided to the client;
  • Counsel and work collaboratively with clients and provide therapeutic interventions;
  • Document, manage, and maintain all necessary client information in a timely manner, including:
    • Progress notes: identifying problems, interventions and objectives to the service plan;
    • Entry and updating of all required information in the DAS Get Care database;
    • Maintenance and submission of monthly units of service reports to meet contract deliverables in a timely manner;

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Active participation in weekly case management meetings with interdisciplinary Openhouse team with commitment to work collaboratively, including individual supervision;
  • Active participation in monthly supervision meetings through the DAS Clinical Supervision Collaborative;
  • Attend classes and/or in-service training to increase knowledge, skills and attitudes related to case management, and/or gerontology;
  • Outreach to promote the Case Management program

EXPECTATIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

The ideal candidate for the position will be able to demonstrate:

  • Excellent working knowledge of available social services and public benefits for seniors and adults with disabilities including: Medicare, Medi-Cal, In-Home Support Services (IHSS), and behavioral health services for older adults;
  • Thorough understanding of housing issues facing seniors: Knowledge of processes for applying to accessible and safe senior housing and waitlist opportunities;
  • Open and effective communication with community providers and coworkers, physicians, and other health care and social service organizations;
  • A collaborative and engaged work style as a member of the Openhouse team;
  • Consumer-centered approach to service delivery based on high quality service;
  • Understanding of data tracking and information management systems to measure outcomes, increase program effectiveness, and ensure compliance with contract requirements;
  • Ability to make impactful recommendations to enhance and improve services;
  • Attention to detail with good problem-solving skills, and the ability to prioritize multiple, competing tasks.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

Highly Desired:

  • Masters degree with 3 years case management experience, or Bachelor’s degree with 5 years experience in case management, in public health, social work, psychology, counseling, gerontology, or related fields;
  • Experience working with seniors and/or adults with disabilities;
  • Experience with and understanding of the housing, medical and psychosocial issues of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender seniors and adults with disabilities;
  • Exceptional communication and presentation skills relating to seniors, adults with disabilities, their caregivers and support systems and teams of health professionals;
  • Demonstrated case management skills and experience in the community health care delivery system;
  • Experience supervising staff.

Preferred:

  • Experience in motivational interviewing, counseling, advocacy, and/or behavioral health;
  • Successful experience working in culturally-diverse situations including working with people of various racial and ethnic backgrounds, sexual orientations, and gender identities;
  • Proficiency in multiple languages;
  • Experience working with older adults or equivalent experience working with other populations with unique socialization and service needs;
  • Knowledge of and connection to the unique life experiences, challenges, and strengths of LGB, and particularly Transgender/Gender Non-Conforming community members.

COMPENSATION:  Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience.  Openhouse offers a full benefits package including health and dental insurance, generous paid leave, and an enjoyable, vibrant, collaborative, and supportive work environment. 

HOW TO APPLY:

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

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Training & Transformation Coordinator - PT

San Francisco

Is remote? No


Openhouse - Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center

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

Posted: December 1, 2021

Contact Information

Fermin Muro, Psy.D.

https://www.openhousesf.org/employment

Job Description

Training & Transformation Coordinator

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

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

POSITION TITLE: Training & Transformation Coordinator (TTC)

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

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

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

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

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

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

SKILLS:

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

COMPENSATION:

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

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

TO APPLY:

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

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

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Health & Prevention Coordinator (2 positions available)

Santa Barbara

Is remote? No


Pacific Pride Foundation

Website: http://www.pacificpridefoundation.org

Posted: December 7, 2021

Contact Information

TJ Lane

https://pacificpridefoundation.org/careers/

Job Description

Position: Health & Prevention Coordinator (2 positions available)

Department: Programs
Location: Operations in Santa Maria, California – partially remote

JOIN THE PACIFIC PRIDE FOUNDATION STAFF

Work with a purpose and work with passion. For 45 years, Pacific Pride Foundation has been the leading provider of LGBTQ+ and HIV/AIDS programs & services on California’s Central Coast. We are looking for top talent to join our committed staff, dedicated to action and engagement in our communities, ensuring a vibrant, visibile, and thriving LGBTQ+ community. We serve a diverse and robust LGBTQ+ community as well as people at risk for HIV/AIDS, businesses, partner agencies and more.

POSITION SUMMARY: 

This full-time, 40 hours/week position is based in the Santa Maria office, with significant travel to mobile service sites throughout Santa Barbara County. The Health & Prevention Coordinator reports to the Health & Prevention Manager as part of the Health & Prevention team. This position focuses on HIV/Hep-C testing, education, and early intervention, including PrEP navigation and syringe exchange services and strategies designed to reach those served by our opioid response programs – specifically people who use IV drugs, and LGBTQ+ people. 

RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

HIV & Hep C Testing 

  • Enter data related to HIV & Hep C testing (client demographics, number of tests administered).
  • Communicate and collaborate regularly with the Program Manager, who oversees all HIV & Hep C testing. 
  • Assist with client intake, introductory paperwork and testing at events off-site — and on-site during testing appointments.
  • Be currently, or become certified in HIV & Hep C testing and test counseling.
  • Inform and provide clients resources about PrEP; refer to PrEP provider
  • Counseling clients about harm reduction tactics re: injection drug usage

Syringe Exchange:

  • Support PPF’s Syringe Exchange 2 – 3 evenings per week, out of our Health Utility Vehicle, at locations throughout Santa Barbara County. This includes: 
    • Training and managing a team of volunteers for each site
    • Safely collecting and disposing of used syringes
    • Counseling clients about harm reduction tactics re: injection drug usage
    • Updating our data tracking program during each exchange
    • Directly working with clients who are under the influence  
  • Distribute syringe services supplies between the SB and SM Offices under the direction of the Health & Prevention Manager.
  • Order and organize all syringe services supplies 
  • Complete data entry for Health & Prevention Programs.

Opioid Overdose Prevention:

  • Prepare Naloxone supplies kits for distribution to clients and partner organizations; distribute Narcan/Naloxone supplies at syringe exchange sites, from PPF offices, and through other community partnerships.
  • Train syringe exchange and other interested clients and partner organizations on administering Narcan/Naloxone and using Fentanyl testing strips — to prevent death by opioid overdose. 
  • Educate on the Opioid Crisis and the impact of Naloxone.

Community Outreach:

  • Represent Pacific Pride Foundation on various community committees
  • Other duties as assigned. 

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

The Health & Prevention Coordinator should have the following skills and experience:

  • Education requirement: minimum of a Bachelor’s degree or work experience equivalent.
  • Computer literate with proficiency in databases/CRM, G-Suite, MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint, etc.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Sensitive to confidential information
  • Ability to manage and work with multiple deadlines and prioritize
  • Strong preference for a bilingual candidate – Spanish and English.

The Health & Prevention Coordinator must also be able to:

  • Complete and pass a background check, including ability to work with youth
  • Drive and operate company vehicles with valid driver’s license and pass a motor vehicle record report
  • Lift 25+ pounds and work in outdoor and indoor spaces
  • Work evenings weekly and occasional weekends as needed

COMPENSATION:

  • $25/hr

JOB TYPE: Full-time

HOW TO APPLY

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

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

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

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BIPOC Programming & Spanish Access Coordinator

Boulder

Is remote? No


Out Boulder County

Website: http://www.outboulder.org

Posted: January 21, 2022

Contact Information

Mardi Moore

https://www.outboulder.org/careers/bipoc-programming

Job Description

The BIPOC Programming & Spanish Access Coordinator is an integral team member who will work across the organization with all staff members. The role of the BIPOC Programming & Spanish Access Coordinator is to work closely with Out Boulder County staff and cultural organizations in the region to center LGBTQ Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) communities in Out Boulder County’s services and programs, and to provide written translation and verbal interpretation in Spanish for OBC’s materials and programming. The BIPOC Programming & Spanish Access Coordinator will create and coordinate programming catering to BIPOC communities and Latinx families, and will be involved across the organization to facilitate access for Spanish speakers. 

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Database Coordinator

Boulder

Is remote? No


Out Boulder County

Website: http://www.outboulder.org

Posted: January 21, 2022

Contact Information

Mardi Moore

https://www.outboulder.org/careers/database-coordinator

Job Description

We are seeking a talented individual who has prior experience with relational donor databases (CRMs) who is comfortable writing new protocols and is efficient with data entry to serve as Database Coordinator. We use the Neon database. This position will help increase efficiency for the organization by utilizing automation, ensuring clean data, and processing regular reports for review. This position will perform a wide variety of activities related to the maintenance and accuracy of OBC’s donor and volunteer database.

The Database Coordinator will provide other support related to development as well as administrative and operations support to the Executive Director and other staff as needed.

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Director of Youth Services

Denver

Is remote? No


The Center on Colfax

Website: https://lgbtqcolorado.org/

Posted: January 7, 2022

Contact Information

Natalie Zanoni

https://lgbtqcolorado.org/dev2018/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/Director-of-Youth-Services-Job-Announcement_1.6.22-final.pdf

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Housing Policy Advocate

Flexible - anywhere is fine

Is remote? No


SAGE USA

Website: http://www.sageusa.org

Posted: January 4, 2022

Contact Information

https://www.sageusa.org/about-us/careers/housing-policy-advocate/

Job Description

Housing Policy Advocate

Under the direction of the Director of Advocacy, the Housing Policy Advocate will build-upon, develop, and implement SAGE’s housing policy advocacy agenda pursuant to our grant-driven deliverables. The housing policy agenda will include a primary focus on federal administrative policies and legislation with some work at the state level.

Our ideal candidate will have deep experience in federal housing policy and a proven record of advocating for housing policy change with an intersectional lens. This position will center the housing policy issues facing LGBTQ+ elders with a particular focus on LGBTQ+ older people of transgender experience, black LGBTQ+ elders, and LGBTQ+ elders of color.  In addition to having a deep understanding of federal housing policy, the candidate will have a familiarity with state housing policy, and experience or expressed interest in LGBTQ+ and/or aging issues. The candidate will have excellent writing skills.

The Housing Policy Advocate will coordinate with staff across SAGE, including the staff in SAGE’s National LGBT Elder Housing Initiative, who will help to inform our housing policy goals.

The Housing Policy Advocate will also be responsible for administrative tasks inherent to the position.

 

Reports to:               Director of Advocacy

Status:                       Full-time/Exempt

Schedule:                 Generally 35 hours/week, Monday – Friday, 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM; schedule may vary in accordance with business necessity

Location:                 Flexible.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Under the direction of the Director of Advocacy, refine SAGE’s LGBTQ+/aging housing policy agenda and develop strategies to advance and advocate for this housing policy agenda by building and leveraging strategic alliances with organizational partners and coalitions across the housing, LGBTQ+, and aging advocacy communities. Similarly, develop a model state LGBTQ+ housing policy agenda to advance at the state level.
  • Imbed a sustained focus on addressing the specific needs of LGBTQ+ older people with respect to housing within key federal agencies like HUD; similarly, cultivate champions for an LGBTQ+ aging housing agenda in both houses of Congress.
  • Engage with and represent SAGE at housing and aging coalitions. Marshal support from these coalitions and individual organizations for SAGE’s housing and aging federal legislative and administrative policy agenda. Learn from the experiences of their constituents to inform the development of SAGE’s housing policy goals.
  • Engage LGBTQ+ older people, especially BIPOC and TGNB older people, to inform the development of the LGBTQ+ housing/aging policy agenda.
  • Empower LGBTQ+ older people living, especially BIPOC and trans older people, with the tools to advocate directly with Members of Congress and federal agencies to advance the federal housing policy agenda. This could include targeted in-person and/or virtual advocacy days; meetings with agency staff; Congressional briefings; and similar initiatives.
  • Partner closely with SAGE’s communications team to maintain and develop content for SAGE around housing and aging, both online and in print.
  • Develop policy papers, infographics, and public education documents on SAGE’s LGBTQ+/aging housing policy in coordination with SAGE’s communications staff.
  • Attend and present at conferences, symposia and panel discussions across the country that focus on issues related to housing, LGBTQ+ issues, and/or aging.
  • Meet funder requirements, track outcomes, and prepare necessary reports and updates for funder.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • At least 3 years of professional experience in housing policy.
  • Deep experience working with or advocating for communities of color, LGBTQ+ communities, and/or aging communities; deep commitment to all required.
  • Demonstrated experience in working with and in coalitions.
  • Experience managing and meeting grant-funded deliverables.
  • Strong organizational skills with an ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks.
  • Excellent written and oral presentation skills.
  • Proven ability to work independently while being part of a team and representing an organization.
  • Demonstrated commitment to SAGE’s values of diversity and equity.
  • Ability to travel as necessary (when it is safe to do so).

 

How to Apply: Please email your cover letter and resume to: Careers@sageusa.org with “Housing Policy Advocate” in the subject line. Older people, people living with HIV, trans people, and people from traditionally under-represented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

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

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Digital Media Manager

Regional within 4 hours drive/train from DC

Is remote? Yes


National Center for Transgender Equality

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

Posted: January 24, 2022

Contact Information

https://secure.entertimeonline.com/ta/NCTE.careers?ShowJob=285545025

Job Description

The National Center for Transgender Equality seeks a Digital Media Manager (DMM) to be the thought leader and content manager on all things "digital" for National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE) and National Center for Transgender Equality Action Fund (NCTE AF). The DMM is responsible for the successful strategy, design, and execution of a robust digital engagement program that educates the public about transgender people and the importance of policies and laws protecting them.  This position reports to the Director of Communications.

 

About NCTE and NCTE Action Fund

National Center for Transgender Equality is a strong voice for transgender people in our nation’s capital. NCTE advocates for policy change at federal, state, and local levels and works to increase societal understanding and acceptance of transgender people. NCTE has a serious commitment to approaching and engaging in its work with an awareness of how racial and economic justice is intertwined with transgender justice, and a commitment to ensuring that policymakers and society understand the connection as well. Launched in 2017, the National Center for Transgender Equality Action Fund (NCTE Action Fund) is a 501(c)(4) non-profit advocacy organization fighting for transgender equality at the local, state, and federal levels, affiliated with NCTE. The two organizations share office space and staff, including this position. 

 

Job Duties

  • Create and execute digital content strategy and tactics for our social media, website, blog, and email list in service of the communication department’s overall goals. 
  • Serve as lead content developer, copywriter, and editor for NCTE, including working with other departments to develop quality communications pieces. Collaborate with Communications Associate, who is the lead on developing graphic content.
  • Develop strategies for online community engagement and mobilization in collaboration with the Organizing Department.
  • Develop content for fundraising campaigns in collaboration with the Development Department.
  • Direct and project manage a website redesign with a contractor to begin in 2022.
  • Set strategy and project manage Amplify! Trans Voices storytelling series.
  • Act as a thought leader on digital strategy needs by proposing major changes or shifts as needed to the Management Team.
  • Monitor social and website analytics, develop reports, and adapt strategies based on the results.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications

This experience can be shown through substantial volunteer roles.

  • Significant experience in digital media content production and strategy development for a nonprofit or political organization (three years minimum)
  • Creating strategic communications plans (three years of experience minimum)
  • Social media content strategy and production (three years of experience minimum)
  • Graphic design using Canva or Adobe Suite (one year of experience minimum)
  • Video editing (preferably one year of experience or basic training)
  • Managing a website in Drupal or WordPress (one year of experience minimum)
  • Project management and ability to work independently (one year of experience minimum)
  • A deep and nuanced understanding of racial and economic justice and systems of inter-connected oppressions, including how these issues arise in social justice movements.
  • A deep and nuanced understanding of issues affecting transgender people as well as an understanding of how racism, classism, and other systems of interconnected oppressions affect trans people. Read more about NCTE’s racial justice journey here: https://transequality.org/racial-justice-at-ncte-a-new-era.
  • A degree is not required for this role.

 

Traits of Ideal Candidate

  • Strategic Thinker: Ability to set goals and discover creative solutions. Ability to adapt to changing conditions and manage contingencies.
  • Collaborative Spirit: Ability to work as an integral part of a team of dedicated professionals, taking input from a diverse group of colleagues.
  • Time Management and Detail Orientation: Excellent organizational, prioritization, and time-management skills, detail-oriented, including ability to manage multiple tasks independently.
  • Community Familiarity: Experience working with both the transgender and broader LGBTQ communities, as well as an understanding of the dynamics between different communities within the overall progressive and LGBTQ movements.
  • Strength and persistence: The ability to be exposed to transphobia and other kinds of discrimination and keep fighting hard for transgender equality. Belief in the power of trans people to win positive change.

 

Salary and Benefits

The Digital Media Manager is a full-time, exempt position and is a union eligible position.

For this position, the salary range is $50,000-70,000, with the candidate’s skills and experience determining where they fall in the range. However, for candidates with more than 10 years of experience, salaries above this range may be considered. NCTE offers a strong, generous benefits package that includes dental, vision and health insurance, employer contributions to retirement, pre-tax Metro benefits, paid holidays, vacation, sick and volunteer time off. For information about salary, benefits, and working at NCTE, see https://transequality.org/about/jobs.

 

Location

The Digital Media Manager position is regional and currently remote due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The DMM can work out of our Washington D.C. office (when it is safe to do so per CDC & Washington D.C Department of Health COVID-19 Guidance) or they can work remotely if within 3 to 4 hour drive or train ride of D.C. This may include the following areas: New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and portions of New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina. After the pandemic, occasional travel will be required. If you are not currently based in the aforementioned region, you must be willing to relocate. NCTE offers assistance with relocation expenses.

 

Application and Timeline:

Apply via our Applicant Portal at: https://secure.entertimeonline.com/ta/NCTE.careers?CareersSearch. Please, no calls. For more information about timeline and what to expect during the application process, see https://transequality.org/about/jobs.

 

Resume, Cover Letter, and Required Work Samples

Your resume, cover letter, and all work samples must be included in ONE document. Multiple documents will not be accepted. Submitting a cover letter for this position is optional, but not required. Applications without a resume and all of the requested work samples will not be considered. Please include the following work samples in the same document after your resume.

  • One (1) example of your digital media strategy or communications strategy work (strategic planning docs, strategy memos, project planning documents, content strategy plan, etc.)
  • One (1) long-form writing sample that is political or advocacy oriented about an issue that centers historically oppressed or marginalized communities.

If you chose to submit a cover letter, please include it in the resume and work samples document as you can only upload ONE document with your application.

 

Equal Opportunity:

The National Center for Transgender Equality is an equal opportunity employer. For our full EEO policy, see https://transequality.org/about/jobs.

NCTE is committed to creating a diverse staff made of people who are hardworking, kind, optimistic and committed to social justice from all segments of transgender and allied communities.

Transgender people, including non-binary people, people of color, people who were formerly incarcerated, and people with disabilities are particularly encouraged to apply.

NCTE provides reasonable accommodations for the application, interview, or any other aspect of the employee selection process to applicants with disabilities. Please contact us via our confidential medical email at accommodations@transequality.org so your request can be handled appropriately and confidentially.

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Vice President of Advocacy and Government Affairs

Remote

Is remote? Yes


The Trevor Project

Website: http://www.thetrevorproject.org

Posted: January 4, 2022

Contact Information

TR Straub

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?client=Trevor&ccId=19000101_000001&cid=0a93e956-1064-47e3-9771-6768b425b346&jobId=419748&lang=en_US&source=CC2

Job Description

About Trevor

The Trevor Project is the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ young people. We are a non-profit that provides 24/7 life-saving support via phone, text, and chat. We also operate the world’s largest safe space social networking site for LGBTQ youth and run innovative research, education, and advocacy programs. We’ve been saving lives every day for over 20 years.

 

Overview of the role

The Vice President, Advocacy and Government Affairs will play a critical role in our organization’s impact. Reporting to the Chief Community Officer, the Vice President, Advocacy and Government will serve as the primary leader of Trevor’s life-saving advocacy and policy work. This role will oversee and lead a growing team who are advocating in the executive, legislative and judicial branches at the federal, state, and local levels on behalf of LGBTQ youth, as well as in mental health and suicide prevention spaces. This includes life-saving advocacy and policy work in a variety of  key issues facing LGBTQ youth across the United States such as ending so-called “conversion therapy,” advocating for every school in the United States to adopt LGBTQ-inclusive suicide prevention policies, expanding the inclusion of sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) data, engaging federal partners and leading efforts to implement 988, and fighting against state-level bills targeting transgender and nonbinary youth.

 

Who you are

  • Builder. You’re someone who thinks strategically. You’re excited about the opportunity to take the status quo as just a starting point, then implement best practices and continually innovate. 

  • Role model and leader. You are a dedicated mentor and compassionate leader for your staff and colleagues alike. You have experience managing people and tasks (including remotely) and can inspire others to do their best work. You love working with people and know how to excite them about our life-saving work. 

  • Forceful advocate. You know how to navigate corridors of power in DC, state capitals and city halls around the country, and persuade lawmakers and their staff to do the right thing. You are an excellent speaker and can convince people to take action to protect LGBTQ youth.

  • Clear communicator. You can communicate clearly and concisely. You’re great at getting and giving respectful and productive feedback to the people working with you.

  • Driven by data and results. You are driven by metrics and results and are informed by data. You operate with urgency and efficiency. You know how to identify problems and create informed and comprehensive strategies to make progress and get results.

  • Innovative. You look at the way things are and then imagine how they can be improved. You’re always thinking about best practices to figure out how we can leverage these new tools and ideas.

  • Collaborative. You understand that the best way to meet and exceed goals is through outstanding teamwork.

  • Flexible. You are comfortable navigating ambiguity and working through competing priorities.

  • Highly organized. You know how to manage multiple projects and prioritize appropriately. You create clear and logical systems and processes to support your work and that of the organization.

  • Passionate. You care about LGBTQ youth. You care about saving lives. You want to come to work and feel inspired every day. You want to change the world.

  • Fun. The work we do is very serious, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have fun. We know how to have a good time and you should too.

 

What you’ll do

  • Oversee the performance and development of the Advocacy and Government Affairs team and work with leaders both within the Community team and across The Trevor Project to drive innovation so the organization can end LGBTQ youth suicide. 

  • Serve as a collaborative, cross-functional organizational strategist that contributes to broader, organizational discussions and efforts (beyond those specific to functional expertise).

  • Manage, coordinate, and inspire the Advocacy and Government Affairs team to ensure team accountability, strategic alignment, and results, including accomplishing organizational KPIs and metrics as we work to end LGBTQ youth suicide.

  • Lead, coach, and inspire a high-performing, growing team of Advocacy leaders and professionals.

  • Ensure professional development and continued engagement of all members of the Advocacy and Government Affairs team

  • Operate as a central decision-maker on campaign and policy engagements, shaping budgeting decisions, campaign priorities, policy development agendas, and political messaging frames.

  • Lead the development and execution of advocacy strategy on issues impacting LGBTQ youth and their mental health including but not limited to ending so-called “conversion therapy,” advocating for every school in the United States to adopt LGBTQ-inclusive suicide prevention policies, expanding the inclusion of sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) data, engaging federal partners and leading efforts to implement 988, and fighting against state-level bills targeting transgender and nonbinary youth .

  • Oversee multiple short and long-term priority projects, providing clear input on some and leading on others while effectively directing the efforts of others across work streams.

  • Help manage high-profile engagements on community health policy at the local, state, and national levels, including the White House to influence agendas to raise awareness about the importance of LGBTQ youth suicide prevention.

  • Draw on a high level of emotional intelligence and political savvy to navigate different stakeholders’ motivations, build consensus, and create opportunities.

  • Collaborate with the Communications Team to ensure strategic alignment and identify cross-cutting initiatives and opportunities.

  • Represent The Trevor Project as a supportive external ambassador of the organization to key external constituencies in speaking engagements, conferences, and in other advocacy and educational spaces.

 

Benefits

The Trevor Project believes that a diverse staff and an inclusive culture are critical, non-negotiable requirements for the organization to achieve its mission of ending LGBTQ youth suicide. We aspire to be a team where our staff, and their varied lived experiences, are treated with respect and are empowered to bring their best selves to work every day. Benefits at The Trevor Project include:

 

  • Generous vacation and holidays (like a full day off to celebrate Harvey Milk Day!), including three half-day Fridays during the summer

  • Comprehensive health insurance (we pay 100% of your premiums for medical, dental, and life), including gender affirmation surgery

  • Flexibility to work from anywhere in the U.S. (we provide the technology, a monthly internet stipend and reimbursement to outfit your work-from-home space!)

  • Fun virtual office environment and passionate team 

  • Online Subscription to Headspace, a digital meditation platform

  • Meaningful work at an organization that is saving the lives of LGBTQ young people across America every day

  • The Trevor Project is an equal opportunity employer

 

Your application

We’re excited to hear from you! To join Team Trevor, please upload a resume and cover letter. Use this as an opportunity to convey why you want to be the next VP, Advocacy & Government Affairs at The Trevor Project!

 

Please note: Only applicants who apply through our search partner, Russell Reynolds Associates will be considered. To be considered, send your resume and cover letters to the contact information below. Applications without cover letters will not be considered.
TR Straub
Russell Reynolds Associates
1700 New York Avenue, NW
Suite 400
Washington, DC  20006-5208
Direct: +1-202-654-7857
Mobile: +1-917-767-0630
tr.straub@russellreynolds.com

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EIGHT positions open!

Washington

Is remote? Yes


AIDS United

Website: http://www.aidsunited.org

Posted: January 20, 2022

Contact Information

https://aidsunited.org/careers/

Job Description

Due to a few staff departures and the funding to add several new positions, AIDS United in DC is hiring a whopping eight staff! You can find the listings here: https://aidsunited.org/careers/.

The positions are full-time (except for the part-time intern) and can be located anywhere in the US. When we return to in-person activities someday, we will have a small office in DC, although the vast majority of employees will continue to work from home either full- or part-time. And a large number of us are permanently remote, living all across the US. So you do not need to be located in the DC area to apply.

We have a majority BIPOC and LGBTQ staff, several of us are part of the trans community, and many of our younger staff (and very-middle-aged me) use they/them/theirs as our pronouns. For those in the DC area who may want to work in a physical office environment in the future, we’re also really casual, with many folx wearing jeans daily.

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President & Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Washington

Is remote? No


BoardSource

Website: https://boardsource.org/

Posted: January 22, 2022

Contact Information

Kevin Walker

https://recruitcrm.io/apply/16352594471710007053VPY

Job Description

BoardSource is a globally-recognized nonprofit focused on strengthening nonprofit leadership at the highest level — the board of directors. With more than three decades of experience, BoardSource is at the forefront of nonprofit board leadership, research, and support. BoardSource provides leaders with an extensive range of tools, resources, and research data to increase board effectiveness and strengthen organizational impact and serve as the national voice for inspired and effective board leadership.

Under the longtime leadership of its President and CEO Anne Wallestad, BoardSource has transformed itself from an organization primarily focused on meeting the technical support needs of individual boards to a more complex and influential organization that marries technical support for boards with a strong leadership voice advocating for necessary change in social sector board leadership, particularly to center equity and shift power toward the communities nonprofits serve. Wallestad will be stepping down from her role in June of 2022 after fourteen years with the organization and almost 10 years at the helm.

BoardSource now seeks a new leader who can build on the organization’s transformative momentum to reach new heights. The next President and CEO will strategize to:

  • Deepen and expand the organization’s work to spark board-level change that advances racial equity within organizations, their work, and ultimately their communities;
  • Design and build a robust research practice that can fuel data-driven insights about board leadership trends, practices, and opportunities for change; and
  • Respond to the continually evolving educational and technical support needs of nonprofit boards and board leaders in a way that is relevant and scalable.

The new CEO will be a dynamic thought leader on the role of boards and excellence in nonprofit governance and will continue to build and nurture a strong staff team and board collaboration to advance the mission. The CEO will build on the strong work of a well-recognized organization and brand in pursuit of an impactful social sector that serves all people and communities for our collective social good.

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CenterLink Logo Redesign: Request for Portfolio Submissions

Fort Lauderdale

Is remote? Yes


CenterLink: The Community of LGBT Centers

Website: http://www.lgbtcenters.org

Posted: January 13, 2022

Contact Information

Denise Spivak

Job Description

 

Request for Portfolio Submissions

Issue Date: January 13, 2022

Portfolio Submission Deadline: February 4, 2022

Contact: Donna Solomon-Carter at donna@lgbtcenters.org Please include “Logo Challenge Submission” in the subject line. 

CenterLink Overview 

CenterLink strengthens, supports, and connects LGBTQ community centers. The organization was founded in 1994 as a member-based coalition to develop strong, sustainable LGBTQ community centers and build a thriving center network. CenterLink plays a key role in addressing the challenges centers face by helping them to improve their organizational and service delivery capacity, accessing public resources, and engaging their regional communities in the grassroots social justice movement. CenterLink is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit that envisions communities where LGBTQ people have access to flourishing community centers that advance their safety, equality, and well-being. 

Serving over 290 LGBTQ community centers across the country in 48 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia and centers in Canada, China, Colombia, Australia, and Uganda, the organization assists newly forming community centers and helps bolster existing LGBTQ centers through networking opportunities for center leaders, peer-based technical assistance and training, and various capacity-building services. Our efforts are based on the belief that LGBTQ community centers are primary change agents in the national and international movements working toward the liberation and empowerment of LGBTQ people. Serving over two million people annually, they are the heart and soul of the LGBTQ 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 LGBTQ constituency and engage more community leaders and decision-makers than any other LGBTQ network in the country. As such, they are a hub for LGBTQ community organizing and innovation, a catalyst for progressive social change, and a provider of critical services for the LGBTQ community globally.

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 LGBTQ community members across the country. CenterLink also acts as a voice for LGBTQ community centers in national grassroots organizing, coalition building, and social activism to strengthen and build a unified center movement.

Project Overview:

CenterLink is excited to invite graphic designers to submit their portfolios to be considered for their new logo design RFP. This logo design challenge seeks to create a new visual identity that speaks to CenterLink’s diverse target audience of LGBTQ community center advocates, individuals, and funders. The organization’s mission is to “strengthen, support, and connect LGBTQ community centers.” The new logo will capture the values and mission of the organization and its growing member network of over 290 LGBTQ community centers and organizations. 

CenterLink’s working tagline and positioning statement is:

CenterLink: Uniting LGBTQ Community Centers Worldwide

We are the link. The link to resources. The link to relationships. The link to each other. The heart of the network of LGBTQ centers, the grassroots core of our community. We are the “go to for how to”, helping centers, and those relying on centers, to grow and thrive.

Requirements for RFP Invitation

To be considered, please submit the following by February 4, 2022:

  • Contact name, address, and curriculum vitae/resume
  • A brief description of the designer’s design process and its relation to this project
  • A portfolio of related work alongside not-for-profit, membership, or affiliate organizations.

Fees for service 

CenterLink will choose four (4) designers to submit logo designs and compensate them $2,500 each. One (1) winning design will be selected and receive an additional payment of $5,000. 

The final winning design will require the following: 

  • Two rounds of refinement on the original selection
  • Upon final sign-off of logo, a permanent electronic file of a color logo, one-color logo will be made and kept on file
  • Provide a final digital file in vector format (.EPS) of the approved logo in full-color, single color, and grayscale formats
  • Appropriate font files for the logo
  • Provide creative direction on logo that incorporates the CenterLink mission and brand
  • Winner agrees that the design(s) produced in the performance of the project shall remain the exclusive property of CenterLink, and that they cannot not sell, transfer, publish, disclose or otherwise make the design available to third parties without prior written consent of CenterLink

 Selection Criteria 

The evaluation criteria may include, but not be limited to, the following (not in any order of importance)

  • Assessment of responses and completeness of the RFP package 
  • Designs submitted with the requirements will be reviewed and evaluated

 Timeline: *

January 13, 2022: Announcement Release

February 4, 2022: Portfolio Submissions Due Date

February 18, 2022: Finalists Selected

March 4, 2022: Winner Selected 

April 15, 2022: Project Deadline 

*This timeline is subject to change, and CenterLink reserves the right to terminate the contract at will for any reason.

Submission Details

Submit your design portfolio to Donna Solomon-Carter at donna@lgbtcenters.org. Please include “Logo Challenge Submission” in the subject line.

 

 

 

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Video Production Professional/Videographer (Request for Proposals)

Fort Lauderdale

Is remote? Yes


CenterLink: The Community of LGBT Centers

Website: http://www.lgbtcenters.org

Posted: January 7, 2022

Contact Information

Amhir Hidalgo

Job Description

CenterLink and Johnson Family Foundation Mental Health Initiative Video RFP

A Request for Proposals

RFP Issue Date: January 7, 2022

Proposal Deadline: February 7, 2022

 CenterLink & Johnson Family Foundation Mental Health Initiative Overview

CenterLink strengthens, supports, and connects LGBTQ community centers.  The organization was founded in 1994 as a member-based coalition to develop strong, sustainable LGBT community centers and build a thriving center network. CenterLink plays a key role in addressing the challenges centers face by helping them to improve their organizational and service delivery capacity, accessing public resources, and engaging their regional communities in the grassroots social justice movement. CenterLink is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit that envisions communities where LGBTQ people have access to flourishing community centers that advance their safety, equality, and well-being.

In 2009, the Johnson Family Foundation established the Johnson Family Foundation Mental Health Initiative (JFFMHI) at CenterLink to support LGBTQ community centers’ vital work in mental health and provide critical funding to centers to increase their capacity around mental health programming.  The Initiative focuses on increasing technical assistance, resources, and support for mental health-related programs.

To date, the Johnson Family Foundation has granted over $2 million to the Initiative, benefitting over 54 LGBTQ community centers providing model mental health programs. Some of these programs have served as models for other LGBTQ centers helping thousands of individuals and communities across the country.

Project Overview:

As CenterLink and the Johnson Family Foundation approach the 12th anniversary of this important Mental Health Initiative, CenterLink is seeking a video production professional to help us create and share a video highlighting the Initiative’s milestones and impact over the last decade. The video will showcase testimonials from key stakeholders, including previous grantees, mental health professionals, and members of CenterLink and the Johnson Family Foundation.

Project Scope:

The video series should outline the purpose, growth, and overall impact of the Johnson Family Mental Health Initiative. The video should convey the importance of addressing mental health awareness among the LGBTQ community.  The video will need to effectively communicate what the Johnson Family Foundation Mental Health Initiative is, share the stories of those impacted by the Initiative, and the importance of the program to the LGBTQ community.

The video production partner(s) will work collaboratively with the CenterLink team on the design and vision of the video to complete:

  • One 5-7 minute video focused on the Johnson Family Foundation Mental Health Initiative and its impact on the LGBTQ community over the past 12 years
  • 5-6 promotional clips spanning between 30-120 seconds

Shooting will occur through February, March, and April of 2022 with 5-7 subjects around the country, and the final product(s) will be delivered by April 29, 2022.  CenterLink and its consultants shall work to ensure that all COVID-19 protection protocols are followed, and every effort is made to ensure the safety of all participants.

The videos will be shared with CenterLink members and audiences on platforms such as Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, and those of our affiliate partners.  CenterLink will be the sole owner of all deliverables, copyrights, and other intellectual property relating to the videos.

Project Deliverables:

  • Ensure alignment with overall objectives, timelines, and budget.
  • Development of a workplan that includes a description of proposed deliverables, a timeline and may contain relevant details in relation to on-camera talent, resolution, narration, and use of animation.
  • Work with CenterLink team to set and track project milestones and provide updates to the leadership team.
  • Include CenterLink in quality control of development work and execution of deliverables.

Creative Design:

  • Provide creative direction that incorporates the CenterLink mission and brand.
  • Work with CenterLink to set the direction for filming, including but not limited to: identifying shot lists based on content narratives, and developing talking points and/or scripts for film participants for interviews and voiceovers where applicable.

Filming and Editing:

  • Work with CenterLink team to develop an approach to conducting the film shoots.
  • Help prepare on-site locations for filming. Preparations may include but are not limited to scouting locations prior to filming.
  • Edit final production professional-grade copy and upload final edited version to the video hosting site that CenterLink specifies.
  • Deliver a high-definition resolution finished product delivered in individual formats that are sized for the following specific platforms: YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and a compressed version that can be sent to prospective donors via email or a Google Drive link.
  • Provide CenterLink with unedited raw footage of all filming sessions for CenterLink to save, review, and use without limitation at any point during and after fulfillment of the contract.

Fees for service

The budget currently allocated for this project is $10,000.

Conflict of Interest

Those who submit proposals should be sensitive to the potential for conflicts of interest that may prevent their retention by CenterLink. All potential conflicts must be disclosed in any bid package.

Proposal Requirements

A full bid package is required with the contents set out below.

  • Contact name, address, and curriculum vitae with a description of relevant experience.
  • A description of how the specific video production listed above might be approached and organized by the firm/consultant. (This should include a draft work plan, timeline, and objectives.)
  • Budget outlining all costs relating to the project
  • Disclosure of any potential conflicts of interest.
  • A portfolio of related work alongside not-for-profit, membership, or affiliate organizations.

Selection Criteria

The evaluation criteria may include, but not be limited to, the following (not in any order of importance)

  • Assessment of responses and completeness of the RFP package
  • Qualification/expertise and past experiences of the individuals who would be conducting the work for the contractor
  • Knowledge/familiarity with working on behalf of not-for-profit organizations
  • Cost effectiveness of proposal
  • Assessment of proposed deliverables and creativity
  • Interviews (if applicable)
  • Lack of conflicts of interest
  • Packages submitted with the requirements will be reviewed and evaluated.

Timeline:*

January 7, 2022: RFP release

February 7, 2022: Proposal due date

February 15, 2022: Notification of contract

February 2022: Project Start

April 29, 2022: Project Deadline

*This timeline is subject to change and CenterLink reserves the right to terminate the contract at will for any reason.

 

Submission Details:

Submit your proposal to Denise Spivak at denise@lgbtcenters.org.  Please include “JFFMHI RFP” in the subject line.

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Executive Director

Fort Lauderdale

Is remote? No


Stonewall National Museum & Archives

Website: https://stonewall-museum.org/

Posted: January 13, 2022

Contact Information

See Job Ad for Online Application Link

https://opportunities.aspenleadershipgroup.com/opportunities/1059

Job Description

The Aspen Leadership Group is proud to partner with the Stonewall National Museum & Archives in the search for an Executive Director.

Reporting to the Chair of the Board of Directors, the Executive Director of the Stonewall National Museum & Archives (SNMA) will excite organizational growth, drive significant fundraising efforts, and commit to strengthening the inclusivity of SNMA’s collections with an eye toward being relevant in the national LGBTQ+ historical and heritage conversation while maintaining a strong presence in the South Florida region.

Founded in 1973, the Stonewall National Museum & Archives is a 501(c)(3) cultural organization whose mission is to promote understanding through the collection, preservation, and sharing of the proud culture and heritage of LGBTQ+ people and their significant role in American society.  

Stonewall National Museum & Archives is one of the leading independent museums and archives in the country solely devoted to the acquisition, preservation, and exhibition of LGBTQ+ history. Now in its 49th year of operation, SNMA offers research materials, archival collections, exhibitions, and educational and social programming that are unmatched by any other institution in the nation. Stonewall is built on four programmatic pillars: the Paul Fasana and Robert S. Graham Archive, the Stonewall National Library and Stonewall National Library Special Collection, the Stonewall Museum & Galleries, and the Stonewall National Education Program (SNEP).

SNMA is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of 17 committed local, regional, and national LGBTQ+ leaders and is supported by an impressive assembly of major national thought and action leaders in the museum world and in the LGBTQ+ equality movement. The Board of Directors is committed to furthering the diversity and inclusivity of the LGBTQ+ community within SNMA collections, exhibits, and archives, as well as within its Board membership – consistent with the recommendations of the SNMA Anti-Racist Task Force of February 2021. SNMA's operating budget is currently supported by Board contributions, donors, state and local grants, special events, corporate sponsorships, foundation grants, and partnerships. 

Stonewall National Museum & Archives (SNMA) aspires to be a voice recognized nationally as authoritative and influential in the collection, preservation, and accessibility of American LGBTQ culture and history. To do so, SNMA’s leadership understands their obligation to explore whether Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian, and Pacific Islander communities referred to in this document as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, or BIPOC are equally served by SNMA’s “business-as-usual” perspectives, as well as whether its current institutional voice is fully inclusive of the diverse LGBTQ experience in the United States.

A bachelor’s degree is required for this position, as is at least five years of experience in an executive or senior leadership role within a nonprofit cultural organization, preferably with an annual budget consistent with that of SNMA. All applications must be accompanied by a cover letter and résumé. Cover letters should be responsive to the mission of Stonewall National Museum & Archives.

The salary for this role is $110,000 annually. 

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Customer Service/Receptionist, Part-Time

Wilton Manors

Is remote? No


Pride Center at Equality Park

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

Posted: January 13, 2022

Contact Information

Pride Center at Equality Park

https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?t=customer+servicereceptionist+part+time&jk=62a1db68f3b9af05&_ga=2.198496554.485740791.1641918935-1454787327.1641918935

Job Description

Customer Service/Receptionist, Part-Time

THE PRIDE CENTER AT EQUALITY PARK
2040 N Dixie Hwy, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305
$15 an hour - Part-time

 

Job details

Salary
$15 an hour
Job Type
Part-time
Number of hires for this role
1

Qualifications

    • US work authorization (Required)

    • High school or equivalent (Preferred)

    • Customer service: 3 years (Preferred)

 

Full Job Description

The Customer Service Receptionist will serve as the first point of contact to visitors and callers for The Pride Center. The Receptionist will provide excellent customer service to both internal and external customers, including clients, community members, visitors, callers, groups, tenants, volunteers and staff. Receptionist will welcome guests and provide basic referral services to visitors and callers. Receptionist will oversee use of public Cyber Center and provide administrative support to staff. Receptionist will be able to deal with emergent issues in a timely and effective manner. The Customer Service Receptionist will be compassionate, reliable and engaging. Multitasking and stress management skills are essential for this position. This role will require working in shifts, so flexibility is a plus.

A cover letter and resume is required when applying for this position:

In your cover letter, please tell us about your experience and why it makes you a great fit for this position.

Responsibilities:

· Greet and welcome all persons warmly as soon as they arrive to The Center

· Direct visitors to the appropriate staff, group, office or room

· Answer, screen and link incoming phone calls to appropriate staff and/or programs

· Provide basic referral services for callers and visitors to community providers

· Provide accurate information in-person and via phone/email

· Review and update referral information regularly, collaborating with staff team members to ensure cultural proficiency of providers

· Ensure the clear and consistent documentation of all linkage services

· Control access and use of Cyber Center, including sign in/out function and compliance with rules and protocols, including COVID-19 related procedures

· Triage emergent issues at Reception Desk or in Cyber Center

· Assist Customer Service Coordinator with updating group and event calendars

· Provide building and campus tours, as needed, to visitors or potential renters

· Help support visitor security by following safety procedures and controlling access via the reception desk

· Alert professional Security Guards of any emergent issues and log all security occurrences in a timely manner

· Communicate with Customer Service Coordinator and any key staff any and all issues related to the safety and security of community members, tenants and staff

· Document properly any incident reports related to calls to law enforcement, community member injuries, etc.

· Provide customer service assistance during events on campus, as needed

· Ensure reception area is tidy and presentable, with all necessary sanitation and safety supplies, stationery and material (e.g. pens, forms and brochures)

· Ensure that the Cyber Center is well equipped with sanitation and safety supplies

· Work with Customer Service Coordinator to order front desk supplies and keep inventory of stock

· Assist Customer Service Coordinator to ensure the organized, approved presentation of any and all materials for community, including publications, periodicals, flyers and announcements

· Receive, sort and distribute daily mail/deliveries, as needed

· Perform other clerical receptionist duties such as filing, photocopying, transcribing and faxing, as needed

· Assist Customer Service Coordinator with the creation and provision of required reports, including monthly program reports to funding sources and other entities, monthly Board of Directors reports, and calendar updates

· Adhere to strict procedures of confidentiality, release of information and data security

· Develop close working relationships with internal team members to ensure excellent provision of services to community

· Provide related support to staff, as needed

· Maintain an organized office space and professional communication standards, including prompt return of email and phone calls

· Meet regularly with Customer Service Coordinator and staff for proper planning, reporting and evaluation

· Attend all All-Staff meetings

· Comply with The Pride Center Code of Conduct and Employee Handbook

· Other activities as assigned by Customer Service Coordinator, COO or CEO

Minimum Requirements:

· Direct proven experience in customer service, reception functions or client relations

· Direct experience working with LGBTQ+ communities and peoples with cultural proficiency

· Computer skills using Microsoft software applications (e.g. Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint), IOS and other operating systems, as required

· Warm engaging personality

· Ability to work well under pressure and deescalate challenging situations

· Excellent written and verbal communication skills

· Organizational abilities and critical thinking skills. Logic and analytical ability

· Ability to work hands-on with limited resources, independently or in a team setting

· Bilingual/bicultural skills preferred

· Exemplify and embrace The Pride Center’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility

· Physical ability to move about campus

· Some nights and weekends required

Personal Qualities:

The Receptionist will be:

· Committed and enthusiastic about The Center’s mission and programs with knowledge of LGBTQ+ communities and issues

· Equipped to work with multicultural and diverse populations

· Straightforward and self-assured; one who shares information readily, listens as well as gives advice and respects the abilities of others; diplomatic and empathic

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

· Self-starter who can work independently

· A team player—able to work cohesively with others and perform related tasks effectively

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

· Energetic and willing to work flexible shifts, including some nights and weekends

· Emotionally mature with a sense of humor to maintain balance
The Pride Center is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer. People of Color, People of Transgender Experience, Women, LGBTQ+ persons and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: $15.00 per hour

Schedule:

  • Day shift
  • Monday to Friday
  • Night shift
  • Weekend availability

Application Question(s):

  • How many years of Computer skills using Microsoft applications experience do you have?
  • Please describe your previous customer service and/or reception experience?
  • Please describe any experience you have working with LGBTQIA+ community, organizations and diverse groups of people?
  • Briefly explain in your cover letter why you want to work with The Pride Center and specifically in this position?

Education:

  • High school or equivalent (Preferred)

Experience:

  • Customer service: 3 years (Preferred)

Work Location: One location

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Facilities Assistant, Part-Time

Wilton Manors

Is remote? No


Pride Center at Equality Park

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

Posted: January 24, 2022

Contact Information

Pride Center at Equality Park

https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?t=facilities+assistant+part+time&jk=b623fd002ab2b5d5&_ga=2.90646489.2120044323.1643042056-1454787327.1641918935

Job Description

THE PRIDE CENTER AT EQUALITY PARK

Accepting Applications on INDEED: https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?t=facilities+assistant+part+time&jk=b623fd002ab2b5d5&_ga=2.132007756.2120044323.1643042056-1454787327.1641918935

Job Type: Part-time, up-to 28 hours/week
Pay: $15.00 per hour
Schedule: 8 hour shift, Monday to Friday, Weekend availability
Experience: Maintenance: 1 year (Preferred), License/Certification: Driver's License (Preferred)

The Part-Time, Facilities Assistant helps provide day-to-day general cleaning, event setup and breakdown, and light maintenance on The Pride Center at Equality Park campus.


PRIORITIES

· Provide daily and ongoing general cleaning, minor maintenance, and minor repairs of Equality Park facilities, including main buildings, warehouse, and grounds.

· Provide periodic cleaning and organization of warehouses and grounds.

· Assist with minor maintenance/repairs of Equality Park facilities, as needed.

· Report items needing repair or attention to the Facilities and Technology Manager.

· Assist Facilities and Technology Manager to ensure the provision of set-up and cleaning services for events and related to rental of main hall and group rooms.

· Ensure that public areas on Equality Park campus is functional, safe, clean and welcoming.

· Effectively communicate to Facilities and Technology Manager any needs related to adequate inventory, ordering and use of cleaning, maintenance, and repair supplies.

· Attend regular campus “walk-throughs” with the Facilities and Technology Manager to ensure adequate cleaning, maintenance, and repairs throughout Equality Park.

· Adhere to all current CDC guidelines and established best practices for sanitation.

· Communicate with Facilities and Technology Manager and any key staff with all issues related to the safety and security of community members, tenants and staff.

· Attend all All-Staff meetings.

· Comply with The Pride Center Code of Conduct and Employee Handbook.

· Other activities as assigned by Facilities and Technology Manager, COO or CEO.


MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

Experience/Skills

· Proven skills in industrial/commercial cleaning and light maintenance.

· Attention to detail.

· Ability to work by oneself and achieve deadlines.

· Ability to work in a hands-on environment with limited resources. Ability to work independently as well as in a team setting.

· Ability to operate mechanical cleaning equipment, including vacuum and carpet cleaner, power washer, leaf blower and other power tools.

· Ability to lift 40 pounds.

· No fear of heights.

· Ability to walk stairs and climb a ladder, 8 feet or less.

· Ability to climb a ladder onto a roof and descend.

· Ability to stand or walk for extended periods of time; ability to bend, good balance, kneel, stoop, and lift or move equipment.

· Computer skills using Microsoft software applications (e.g. Word, Excel, and Outlook).

· Energetic and willing to work flexible shifts, including early mornings, nights, weekends, and holidays, which will be required on occasion.

· High School diploma or equivalent GED.

· Good communicator, comfortable and credible with people at all levels, able to create and sustain lasting customer relationships.

For full consideration please try to answer all the questions in the questionnaire.

The Pride Center is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer. People of Color, People of Transgender Experience, Women, LGBTQ+ persons and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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Information Analyst, Part-Time

Wilton Manors

Is remote? No


Pride Center at Equality Park

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

Posted: January 26, 2022

Contact Information

Pride Center at Equality Park

https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?t=information+analyst+part+time&jk=ae12206d68c7a666&_ga=2.132975309.2120044323.1643042056-1454787327.1641918935

Job Description

Job Summary:

The Information Analyst will help coordinate the reporting, data collection, database input, documentation and monitoring functions for HIV Prevention services. This part-time position (roughly 20 hours per week) will: expand, improve and maintain appropriate databases, including the input of required client contact, demographic, testing, attendance, and behavioral information for HIV prevention programs; analyze data and create reports back to staff about outcomes and findings; and help manage reporting functions for HIV prevention, including to State and funder database systems.

Responsibilities:

  • Work with program staff for the documentation, collection, and management of needed participant demographic, attendance, service delivery, assessment, referral, satisfaction survey information, and participant testimonials;
  • Ensure the accurate input of client demographic, participation, service, referral and assessment information into appropriate databases and reports;
  • Ensure the clear and consistent documentation of all linkage services;
  • Ensure the accurate input and management of process, output, and outcome measures;
  • Evaluate each individual program component (such as HIV testing services, wellness navigation services, etc.) and generate reports for staff, Center and funders;
  • Assist with the coordination and provision of required reports which include, but are not limited to, monthly program and contract reports to funding sources and other entities, monthly Board of Directors reports, service delivery plans, and program events calendar updates;
  • Assist with the organization and preparation for related audits, monitoring, and evaluations;
  • Assist with internal QI evaluations and lead the prevention Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) team in collaboration with the HIV Prevention Manager;
  • Ensure compliance with contract and service delivery plan requirements, and flag any deficiencies for HIV Prevention Manager and prevention staff;
  • Assist researching data and information relevant to program proposals and planning, and gather and collate data for grant writing projects which may require surveillance and other publicly available data to support grant narratives;
  • Review current data collection, storage, tracking, and reporting systems to ensure maximum efficiency and effectiveness;
  • Provide HIV testing, counseling and linkage as requested in a back-up capacity;
  • Assist with expansion, improvement, and maintenance of former participant contact information;
  • Update former participant contact information regularly;
  • Adhere to strict procedures of confidentiality, release of information, and data security;
  • Develop close working relationships with internal team members to avoid duplication of services;
  • Provide related support to prevention staff as needed;
  • Work closely as a team with the HIV Prevention Manager, staff and other Pride Center staff for coordination and support, especially regarding monthly reports;
  • Submit report, invoices, receipts and requests to HIV Prevention Manager in a timely and organized manner;
  • Maintain an organized office space and professional communication standards, including prompt return of email and phone calls;
  • Meet regularly with HIV Prevention Manager, Testing and Outreach Coordinator, Wellness Navigation Coordinator and other HIV Prevention Staff for proper planning, reporting and program evaluation;
  • Attend all “All Staff” meetings;
  • Comply with The Pride Center Code of Conduct and Employee Handbook;
  • Other activities as assigned by HIV Prevention Manager.

Minimum Requirements

Professional Experience/Skills:

  • Bachelor's degree in appropriate field preferred; or equivalent direct professional data management and data analysis experience.
  • Experience with data analysis, collection, input and evaluation required.
  • Certification in HIV/AIDS 500 and 501 with Rapid Testing Training certification preferred. (If not, candidate will be expected to acquire training and certification post-hire).
  • Professional experience working with PLWHA, gay, bisexual and other MSM, individuals of transgender experience and communities of color strongly preferred.
  • Exemplify and embrace The Pride Center’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility.
  • Knowledge of specialized services for people with HIV/AIDS, especially medical care access, substance use treatment services and domestic violence resources.
  • Computer skills using Microsoft software applications (e.g. Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, social media apps).
  • Organizational abilities and critical thinking skills. Logic and analytical ability.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Ability to work hands-on with limited resources, independently or in a team setting.
  • Good communicator, comfortable and credible with people at all levels, able to create and sustain lasting customer relationships.
  • Proven ability to motivate, encourage and develop others.
  • Some nights and/or weekends may be required.

Personal Qualities

The Analyst will be:

  • Committed and enthusiastic about The Center’s mission and programs with knowledge of LGBTQ+ and gay, bisexual and other same-gender-loving male communities and issues.
  • Equipped to work with multicultural and diverse populations with cultural humility.
  • Straightforward and self-assured; one who shares information readily, listens as well as gives feedback; and is diplomatic and empathic.
  • Creative and adept at planning, prioritizing, organizing and following through.
  • Highly energetic and able to balance multiple competing priorities.
  • Self-starter who works independently.
  • A team player; able to work cohesively with others and perform related tasks effectively.
  • Healthy in interpersonal skills. One who listens well, speaks respectfully and assertively, honors diverse perspectives and is honest.
  • Energetic and willing to work flexible shifts, including some nights and weekends.
  • Emotionally mature with a sense of humor to maintain balance.

The Pride Center is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer. People of Color, People of Transgender Experience, Women, LGBTQ+ persons and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. This position terminates at the end of funding cycle, if not renewed or alternately funded.

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: $18.00 per hour

Schedule:

  • Monday to Friday

Application Question(s):

  • Do you have high proficiency with Microsoft Excel?
  • How many years of data management experience? (2+ required)
  • How many years have you worked with PLWHA in a professional capacity? (2+ required)
  • How many years have you worked with the LGBTQ+ community in a professional capacity? (2+ required)
  • Briefly describe any background experience you have related to data collection, data entry, data analysis, and data reporting.
  • Briefly tell us why you believe you are a great fit for this position?
  • Briefly share with us why you would like to work at The Pride Center?

Education:

  • Bachelor's (Preferred)

Work Location: One location

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Testing and Outreach Specialist

Wilton Manors

Is remote? No


Pride Center at Equality Park

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

Posted: January 26, 2022

Contact Information

Pride Center at Equality Park

https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?t=testing+and+outreach+specialist&jk=db5e38b2ea85ca5d&_ga=2.162874367.2120044323.1643042056-1454787327.1641918935

Job Description

Job Summary:

The Testing & Outreach Specialist will provide HIV related counseling, testing, and referral services and extensive community outreach and engagement. Specialist will provide testing in non- traditional settings. Specialist will conduct targeted outreach to individuals living with HIV/AIDS and at risk for potential exposure to HIV at community venues such as bars and sex clubs and via social networking apps – including those focused on sex among gay, bisexual and other same-gender-loving men and individuals of transgender experience. The Specialist will link individuals to PrEP, essential support services, HIV treatment, health information, education, referrals, risk reduction interventions, condom distribution, STI awareness, testing, and treatment. Specialist will support prevention programming in identifying and cultivating relationships with potential partners, including but not limited to, barber and hair salons, nail salons, bars and restaurants, colleges and universities, pharmacies and other potential venues for offering HIV testing and community outreach services. Specialist must be able to work nights/weekends.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide HIV counseling, testing, and referrals to at-risk populations in compliance with strict standards of the Florida Department of Health and The Pride Center;
  • Conduct targeted outreach to at-risk individuals, including people living with HIV/AIDS, men who have sex with men (MSM), persons of transgender and gender nonconforming experience, and people of color in Broward County;
  • Engage individuals in their own neighborhoods or venues where they typically congregate to provide HIV-related health information, education, referrals and linkage to services;
  • Provide individualized risk-reduction counseling to all individuals seeking HIV tests;
  • Ensure newly diagnosed individuals are linked successfully to HIV medical care and medications;
  • Ensure persons at risk of acquiring HIV are linked to PrEP and other essential support services;
  • Document clearly and consistently all linkage services;
  • Verify that services were accessed post-referral;
  • Conduct targeted condom distribution efforts with local business- and faith-based partners to persons living with HIV and those at highest risk of acquiring HIV;
  • Assist with recruitment for other prevention interventions and services, including those provided by The Pride Center;
  • Communicate effectively with clients for appointments and follow-up on referrals;
  • Maintain and reconcile accurate forms in order to execute and report on testing, outreach and referral services;
  • Record and track participant data and demographic information, including any pre- and post- survey data;
  • Adhere to strict procedures of confidentiality, release of information, and data security;
  • When testing in the field, all 1628 forms and HIV test kits must be returned to The Center no later than the following day (within 24 hours), including weekends;
  • When testing in the field, the Specialist must text Testing and Outreach Coordinator upon arrival to and upon departure from the venue, and include number of tests conducted at that venue during those hours;
  • Maintain accurate and complete participant records;
  • Maintain accurate and current process, procedural, program, and inventory logs of specific program intervention and outreach activities, health materials, education materials, condoms/lube, OraQuick Temperature log (Control storage Area); Test Result, and OraQuick controls;
  • Provide health education and support in conjunction with other Pride Center teams and community members;
  • Develop close working relationships with internal team members and external agencies to ensure coordinated, comprehensive client services and to avoid duplication;
  • Submit reports, invoices, receipts, and requests to the HIV Prevention Manager/HIV Outreach Coordinator in a timely and organized manner;
  • Meet regularly with HIV Prevention Manager, Testing and Outreach Coordinator and other HIV Prevention Staff for proper planning, reporting and program evaluation;
  • Attend all “All Staff” staff meetings;
  • Maintain an organized office space and professional communication standards, including prompt return of email and phone calls;
  • Comply with The Pride Center Code of Conduct and Employee Handbook;
  • Other activities as assigned by HIV Prevention Manager or Testing and Outreach Coordinator.

Minimum Requirements

Professional Experience/Skills

  • High school diploma required; Bachelor's degree or higher preferred.
  • Current certification in HIV/AIDS 500 and 501 Prevention Counseling, Testing and Referral and current Rapid Testing Training certification preferred, or willingness to acquire immediately on hire if not before.
  • Knowledge of HIV/AIDS prevention, outreach and health promotion. Experience working with PLWH, gay, bisexual, MSM and other same gender loving persons, transgender individuals, and communities of color as well as women’s services.
  • Knowledge of specialized services for people with HIV/AIDS; substance abuse; domestic violence.
  • Computer skills using Microsoft software applications (e.g. Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, social media apps).
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills required; bilingual English/Spanish preferred.
  • Organizational abilities and critical thinking skills. Logic and analytical ability.
  • Ability to work hands-on with limited resources, independently or in a team setting.
  • Bicultural Skills and Bilingual in English and Spanish, Portuguese or Creole helpful.
  • Experience with and knowledge of LGBTQ+ communities and issues.
  • Exemplify and embrace The Pride Center’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility.
  • Specialist must be able to work nights and weekends.

Personal Qualities

The Specialist will be:

  • Committed and enthusiastic about The Center’s mission and programs with knowledge of LGBTQ+, people of color and people of transgender experience, women and MSM communities and issues.
  • Equipped to work with multicultural and diverse populations.
  • Straightforward and self-assured; one who shares information readily, listens as well as gives advice and respects the abilities of others; diplomatic and empathic.
  • Creative and adept at planning, prioritizing, organizing and following through; highly energetic and able to balance multiple competing priorities.
  • A team player; able to work cohesively with others and perform related tasks effectively.
  • Healthy in relational skills. One who listens well, speaks respectfully and assertively, honors diverse perspectives and is honest.
  • Energetic and willing to work flexible shifts, including some nights and weekends with a significant amount of field work in the community.
  • Emotionally mature with a sense of humor to maintain balance.

The Pride Center is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer. Women, people of color, LGBTQ+ persons, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. This position may terminate at the end of the funding cycle, if not renewed by the funder or alternately funded.

Job Title: Testing and Outreach Specialist

Reports to: Testing and Outreach Coordinator

Status: Part-time / +/- 20 hours per week

Pay Rate: $15.50/hour

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: $15.50 per hour

Schedule:

  • Monday to Friday
  • Weekend availability

Application Question(s):

  • How many years have you been conducting HIV testing? (3+ required)
  • How many years have you worked with PLWHA in a professional capacity? (2+ required)
  • How many years have you worked with the LGBTQ+ community in a professional capacity? (2+ required)
  • Briefly tell us why you believe you are a great fit for this position?
  • Briefly share with us why you would like to work at The Pride Center?

Education:

  • High school or equivalent (Required)

License/Certification:

  • Driver's License (Required)
  • HIV/AIDS 500/501 Testing Certificate (Required)

Work Location: One location

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Wellness Navigation Coordinator

Wilton Manors

Is remote? No


Pride Center at Equality Park

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

Posted: January 26, 2022

Contact Information

Pride Center at Equality Park

https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?t=wellness+navigation+coordinator&jk=3c3c36fe5928b641&_ga=2.99435485.2120044323.1643042056-1454787327.1641918935

Job Description

Job Summary:

The Wellness Navigation Coordinator (“Navigator”) will be responsible for providing comprehensive assessment, planning, implementation and overall evaluation of individual client needs to ensure optimal health and wellness outcomes for both persons living with HIV as well as at-risk HIV-negative persons through referral, linkage and confirmed access to services. Navigator ensures that clients receive the services they need via referral and linkage. Navigator will oversee the at-home HIV testing program and will work with social work and counseling interns to provide services. This position will split time between in- office and field work. Coordinator must be able to work some nights/weekends.
Responsibilities:

  • Evaluate each client to determine care needs, conduct wellness planning, and create a written action plan for each client enrolled in the program.
  • Complete assessment for each client at time of referral.
  • Create mail-out HIV test kits, collection mailing and demographic information from clients, and mail kits.
  • Follow up after mailing kits to assess for HIV test results and any linkage needs.
  • Facilitate referral, linkage and access to HIV medical care and treatment for persons living with HIV.
  • Coordinate additional psychosocial referrals, linkages and access including, but not limited to, mental health, substance abuse, domestic violence, housing, legal services, educational services, job placement and additional support services.
  • Work to build strong collaborations with local agencies and service providers to facilitate services coordination and information sharing to increase client access to services.
  • Help clients to understand their conditions and treatment options, including HIV and STI, to highlight the importance of HIV care, and provide literature and education for their conditions as appropriate; if HIV negative, provide information regarding risk reduction, condom use and PrEP referrals.
  • Communicate with medical providers and develop working relationship to facilitate linkage and access.
  • Monitor, assess and document client’s progress throughout program enrollment.
  • Help clients to make informed decisions about their overall health and wellness by making appropriate referrals and linkages or offering appropriate services.
  • Maintain an active caseload of no less than 25 clients at any given time.
  • Develop recruitment plans to identify and engage at-risk individuals for navigation activities, including appropriate marketing to community and targeted groups in collaboration with the Marketing and Communications Manager.
  • Research and collect resources to ensure clients are receiving up-to-date linkage services by maintaining an up-to-date resource list of services available in the community.
  • Organize, promote, and participate in related community outreach and health events.
  • Collaborate with the HIV Prevention Manager, Information Analyst, Testing and Outreach Coordinator and other prevention staff to ensure appropriate and relevant data are collected and maintained to track programmatic success and lessons learned.
  • Record and track participant data and demographic information and ensure data are provided to the Information Analyst.
  • Adhere to strict procedures of confidentiality, release of information, and data security.
  • Maintain accurate and complete participant records, tracking contact, participation, linkage and referrals performance as defined by evidence-based models, local/state/federal entities, and The Pride Center, which includes regular client database management support in collaboration with the Information Analyst.
  • Attend and participate in area network meetings as assigned by HIV Prevention Manager.
  • Provide health education and support in conjunction with other Pride Center teams and community members.
  • Facilitate crisis management for clients and link to appropriate crisis care.
  • Maintain client and program records in accordance with applicable standards and regulations, grant requirements and departmental policies and procedures.
  • Maintain a very high level of ethical conduct regarding confidentiality, dual-relationships, and professional stature in a nonjudgmental environment.
  • Ensure clients receive referral and linkage to healthcare insurance enrollment support, enrollment in medication assistance programs, and access to PrEP as needed.
  • Verify clear and consistent documentation of all linkage services, including that services were accessed post-referral and identify any relevant barriers if services were not accessed.
  • Submit required documentation in a timely manner per Center and departmental rules.
  • Liaison with staff in assessing eligibility for enrollment into the program.
  • Provide basic (non-psychotherapeutic) counseling services in both individual and group counseling sessions that increase access to HIV care appointments, medication adherence and higher health and wellness outcomes.
  • Complete follow-up in cases of dropout to determine causes, and track all active clients for a minimum of 3 months in the program to ensure the following:
  • At least one HIV care visit has been completed for persons living with HIV.
  • Medication adherence, if on a medication regimen.
  • Barrier reduction to accessing care and medications.
  • At least one PrEP provider visit has occurred for persons linked to PrEP services.
  • Conduct pre and post surveys designed to determine the success of the health and wellness strategies.
  • Participate in treatment team and Center/departmental staff meetings and attend appropriate scheduled supervision (group and/or individual) as required.
  • Responsible for working with HIV Prevention Manager to build program and increase client access to services.
  • Provide additional support including stress reduction sessions and groups, smoking cessation support, substance use linkages and participation as co-facilitator in SMART recovery, deliver a media literacy intervention, provide health information regarding the effectiveness of vaccines including but not limited, to influenza, covid, and hepatitis, and other programs that might emerge as client needs develop and gaps in services are identified.
  • Ensure all contract deliverables are met, and must regularly review contract for compliance with HIV Prevention Manager.
  • Develop close relationships with internal team members and participate in community advisory groups to ensure coordinated, comprehensive client services and to avoid duplication.
  • Submit reports, invoices, receipts, and requests to the HIV Prevention Manager in a timely and organized manner.
  • Collaborate with Manager to ensure proper budgeting and expenses to stay within budget limits.
  • Meet regularly with HIV Prevention Manager and other HIV prevention staff for proper planning, reporting and program evaluation.
  • Attend all HIV prevention meetings and all Pride Center meetings as scheduled.
  • Maintain an organized office space and professional communication standards, including prompt return of email and phone calls.
  • Comply with The Pride Center Code of Conduct and Employee Handbook.
  • Other duties as assigned by the HIV Prevention Manager or the CEO/COO.

Minimum Requirements

Professional Experience/Skills

  • Minimum bachelor’s degree, master’s degree preferred – with background in education, counseling and/or social work strongly preferred; or equivalent direct professional experience.
  • Comfort with working with diverse staff and clients.
  • Self-motivation, flexibility and strong networking skills.
  • Ability to implement innovative prevention and wellness interventions.
  • High tolerance for working with challenging clients who are resistant to care, avoidant, and sometimes antagonistic.
  • Strong motivational interviewing skills to encourage clients to accept referrals, engage with linkages and access scheduled appointments; training in Motivational Interviewing preferred and will be required if not already trained.
  • Marketing, program promotion and client recruitment and engagement skills preferred.
  • In-depth knowledge and proven experience with issues related to HIV/AIDS and STIs.
  • Knowledge and experience with issues related to homelessness, mental health, substance abuse, domestic violence, PrEP/PEP and other related psychosocial services that clients might need.
  • Comfort level with facilitating individual and group level counseling (non-clinical) support.
  • Knowledge and comfort providing teaching, skills development and counseling support around issues such as smoking cessation, substance use recovery, process recovery including sexual addiction, gambling, etc., media literacy, and health advocacy including vaccinations and healthcare access.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced non-profit agency environment with limited resources.
  • Professional experience working with PLWH, gay, bisexual, MSM and other same gender loving persons, transgender individuals, and communities of color.
  • Computer skills using MS Office software applications and ability to create clearly written reports for the HIV Prevention Manager and for the funder.
  • Exemplify and embrace The Pride Center’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility.
  • Organizational abilities and critical thinking skills. Logic and analytical ability.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Ability to work hands-on with limited resources, independently or in a team setting.
  • Good communicator, comfortable and credible with people at all levels, able to create and sustain lasting customer relationships.
  • Proven ability to motivate, encourage and develop others.
  • Bilingual/bicultural skills preferred.
  • Some nights and weekends required.

Personal Qualities

The Navigator will be:

  • Committed and enthusiastic about The Center’s mission and programs with knowledge of

LGBTQ+, people of color and people of transgender experience, and MSM communities and issues.

  • Equipped to work with multicultural and diverse populations.
  • Straightforward and self-assured; one who shares information readily, listens as well as gives advice and respects the abilities of others; diplomatic and empathic
  • Creative and adept at planning, prioritizing, organizing and following through; highly energetic and able to balance multiple competing priorities.
  • An educator who enjoys sharing knowledge and helping clients achieve goals.
  • A team player; able to work cohesively with others and perform related tasks effectively.
  • Healthy in relational skills. One who listens well, speaks respectfully and assertively, honors diverse perspectives and is honest.
  • Energetic and willing to work flexible shifts, including some nights and weekends with a significant amount of field work in the community.
  • Emotionally mature with a sense of humor to maintain balance.

The Pride Center is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer. Women, people of color, LGBTQ+ persons, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. This position may terminate at the end of the funding cycle, if not renewed by the funder or alternately funded.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $38,000.00 - $40,000.00 per year

Benefits:

  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

Schedule:

  • 8 hour shift
  • Monday to Friday
  • Weekend availability

Application Question(s):

  • How many years have you worked with PLWHA in a professional capacity? (2+ required)
  • How many years have you worked with the LGBTQ+ community in a professional capacity? (2+ required)
  • How many years of program/project management experience? (2+ required)
  • How many years of teaching, counseling or facilitation experience? (3+ required)
  • Briefly describe any background experience you have related to health and wellness, health education, client navigation and/or client assessment.
  • Briefly describe any experience you have relative to Motivational Interviewing and/or Trauma-Informed Care.
  • Briefly tell us why you believe you are a great fit for this position?
  • Briefly share with us why you would like to work at The Pride Center?

Education:

  • Bachelor's (Preferred)

License/Certification:

  • Driver's License (Preferred)
  • HIV/AIDS 500/501 Testing Certificate (Preferred)

Work Location: One location

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Director of Advocacy

Kalamazoo

Is remote? No


OutFront Kalamazoo, formerly the KGLRC

Website: https://www.outfrontkzoo.org/

Posted: December 17, 2021

Contact Information

Amy Hunter

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5ee938eab1b668465858d451/t/61b8ef222bb8d24173195b30/1639509794782/Director+of+Advocacy.pdf

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Vaccine Outreach Project Coordinator

New York

Is remote? No


Amida Care

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

Posted: January 24, 2022

Contact Information

Morris gaines

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=8b6e8aff-6748-4600-b861-812fc4c47374

Job Description

The Vaccine Outreach Project Coordinator is responsible for coordinating Amida Care’s COVID vaccine outreach and education program and associated activities. This position coordinates overall project administrative operations and monitors program activities to ensure that pre-established work scope, project timeline, protocol, and regulatory requirements are followed and project deliverables are met. The Vaccine Outreach Project Coordinator serves as the principle administrative and communications liaison for this project within the Departments of Amida Care as well as with the project’s external funder. This position is part-time and is funded through 1/31/2023 with the possibility of renewal.


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Essential functions are job duties and responsibilities that must be performed to accomplish the purpose/ goals of the job.
• Coordinates the implementation and day-to-day activities of Amida Care’s COVID Vaccine Outreach and Education Program.

• Monitors program activities to ensure that pre-established work scope, project timeline, protocol, and regulatory requirements are followed and project deliverables are met; creates and manages corrective action plans as needed.

• Liaises between the Departments of Amida Care as well as with the project’s funder.

• Oversees the administration of financial incentive distribution to members for reaching individual vaccination milestones.

• Maintains project data in support of project operations and evaluation.

• Develops and maintains records of project activities and prepares periodic and ad hoc reports as required by the project’s funder and/or Organizational needs; presents project data and activities to stakeholders as needed.

• Coordinates and facilitates project-related meetings as needed.


OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES
Include other significant responsibilities needed to accomplish job purpose/goals that are performed on a daily or infrequent basis.
• Assists with related project activities as needed.

• Performs other duties as assigned.

 

MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS

• Bachelor’s degree in a related field preferred or equivalent combination of education and experience.

• Minimum two years’ experience in program coordination, in a health related, or academic research environment.

• Experience/knowledge of issues relating to HIV/AIDS and people living with HIV/AIDS.

• Exceptional program coordination skills.

• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

• Fluency in English.

• Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).

• Demonstrate judgment regarding safety and confidentiality issues.

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

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

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

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VP of Operations

New York

Is remote? No


Amida Care

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

Posted: January 24, 2022

Contact Information

Morris gaines

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=8b6e8aff-6748-4600-b861-812fc4c47374

Job Description

Job Posting

Vice President of Operations

Amida Care, the largest Medicaid HIV Special Needs Plan in NY, delivers a uniquely effective care model that has become a true benchmark for innovation, engagement and member health outcomes. Our mission is to provide access to comprehensive care and coordinated services that facilitate positive health outcomes and general well-being for our members. This true integrative care model addresses psychosocial, housing, behavioral and medical services directly evolving around the needs of each member. We are actively seeking a highly motivated, innovative and experienced leader to join our team as the Vice President of Operations. The Vice President of Operations will be responsible for the health plan’s key operations areas and provide oversight and direction to Amida Care’s high performing member services, provider services, claims and vendor management teams. This position will also be a member of the executive leadership team. Compensation will be commensurate with experience.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

In collaboration with and under the direction of the Chief Operations Officer (COO), the Vice President of Operations is responsible for managing all hands-on operational aspects of the plan and will assists the COO in successfully meeting the organizations goals. This senior role is responsible for the overall direction and administration of key operational departments, programs and services provided by the health plan.

• Responsible for the day-to-day operations of the health plan, including supervision and oversight of member services, provider services, claims and vendor management leaders.
• Provide leadership, management and vision necessary to ensure that the company has the proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures, and people systems in place to effectively grow the organization and to ensure financial strength and operating efficiency.
• Exercise management responsibility over the organization ensuring efficient services that are designed to meet the needs of members, providers, and the staff.
• Under the direction of the COO, the VP of Operations is responsible for articulating and implementing the vision and strategy for the Operations division that enables Amida Care to achieve its business strategies and goals.
• Ensure departmental compliance with contractual, regulatory and corporate requirements, guidelines, and goals including turnaround times and reporting.
• Other duties as assigned

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

EDUCATION REQUIRED
Minimum of a Bachelors’ degree in Business, Health Services Administration or related field; Master preferred

EXPERIENCES AND/OR SKILLS REQUIRED

• 10-plus year’s progressive healthcare experience in managed care industry or related field
• Experience with Medicaid health plans preferred, including five at a senior level
• Working knowledge Medicaid regulatory reporting (MMCOR/SNPOR) by New York State Department of Health and CMS.
• Strong analytical, innovative and critical thinking skills
• Collaborative and inclusive leadership style. Open to feedback and considering new ideas and approaches.
• Exceptional interpersonal and verbal/written communication skills.
• Strong computer skills, including MS Office (EXCEL, Word, Power Point); knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics/Report Manager accounting software is a plus.
• Demonstrate understanding and sensitivity to multi-cultural values, beliefs, and attitudes of both internal and external contacts.
• Demonstrate appropriate behaviors in accordance with the organization’s vision, mission, and values.

 

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Work Equity Program Manager

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

Is remote? No


National Employment Law Project

Website: http://www.nelp.org

Posted: December 23, 2021

Contact Information

Jackie Ricks

https://www.nelp.org/job/work-equity-program-manager/

Job Description

The National Employment Law Project (NELP) seeks a dynamic, experienced, and skilled person to join our Work Equity team to advance NELP’s programs and policy campaigns, with a particular focus on addressing the impacts of occupational segregation for communities of color and directly impacted people with records.  We are seeking an experienced manager with deep competency in coordinating complex processes that elevate the impact of our research, capacity building, narrative and strategic communications, policy, and advocacy. This is an extraordinary opportunity to leverage your talent to join a team who are at the forefront of ensuring people obtain good jobs where equity is built into the policies and culture.

Who We Are

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

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

What You Will Do
You may be based in any of NELP’s three office locations (Berkeley, California; New York City; or Washington D.C.) and will report to the Director of Work Equity. You will work in conjunction with NELP’s staff of lawyers, policy experts, researchers, and strategic communications experts. As a member of the Work Equity team, you will advance our long-term vision to ensure people obtain good jobs where equity is built into the policies and culture—that we advance at work inclusive of race, ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, social class, conviction record, family or immigration status, and disability.  Your work includes:

  • Managing the development and execution of the team’s occupational segregation strategic framework including: coordination with other teams; developing written materials and talking points; planning and executing coordination meetings; co-leading the development of a national occupational segregation learning project in partnership with two other national anchor organizations.
  • Cultivating and managing thoughtful and strategic partnerships and stakeholder outreach, particularly as it relates to capacity building, research and evaluation, and narrative and strategic communications projects.
  • Creating a robust and effective system of project coordination, documentation, and tracking integrated into platforms and using digital tools.
  • Seeding and launching new narrative projects in partnership with the communications team that undergird our vision for innovative policy design, research, and worker-power building.
  • Supporting development and implementation of ambitious new research projects.
  • Advocating for local, state, and federal policies that will raise the labor standards for all workers by centering Black, immigrant workers and people with records.
  • Conducting media and literature reviews to support occupational segregation projects.
  • Representing NELP in coalitions, public forums, legislative and agency hearings, and in the media.
  • Sharpening the vision of our work equity strategic priorities with a racial equity framework in collaboration with our team.

 Who You Are

  •  You have seven+ years of coordination and advocacy experience in criminal justice reform, labor and employment rights, civil rights and racial justice, or other social or economic justice issues.
  • You have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.
  • You have strong racial equity competencies and center your role in an analysis and understanding of how race, class and power shape systems in our society and culture and are continuously learning, reflecting, and growing; you support a feedback culture and operate constructively across lines of difference.
  • You have strong and demonstrable project management skills. You are a strategic, creative and clear-headed thinker and doer, have experience independently managing multiple projects, overseeing, and tracking details, and a track record of achieving timely results. Project management professional certification a plus.
  • You are a relationship-builder and have strong interpersonal skills, enjoy connecting individuals, and have a track record of developing and maintaining alliances.
  • You have a proven track record of working in coalition with diverse groups, such as: community-based organizations, legal advocates, labor, and worker centers.
  • You are a skilled and effective communicator in written products, with a demonstrated ability to convey complex concepts in compelling and digestible work products such as memos, reports, op-eds, toolkits, or issue briefs; and you are skilled in presenting, testifying, or engaging with the media.
  • You are self-aware, curious, and respectful, fostering a sense of purpose and community and have high standards for holding yourself and others accountable.
  • You operate with a commitment to excellence, integrity, diplomacy, and camaraderie.

Start Date, Location, Compensation and Benefits:  In response to the pandemic, all staff are currently working remotely and are not traveling. When conditions are amenable, the position will require some travel. Candidates must be able to work from one of our three offices (Berkeley, New York City, or Washington D.C.) at the point that we return to working in the office. The start date will be as soon as possible. This position is in NELP’s bargaining unit, represented by National Organization of Legal Service Workers, UAW Local 2320. Classification and compensation for NELP bargaining unit positions is commensurate with relevant experience and education and based on NELP’s collectively bargained scales. Based on our union scale, here are some examples of salaries for this position:

  •  with a relevant Bachelor’s degree and seven years’ relevant experience, the salary will be $77,000; at nine years, then $80,900.
  • with a relevant Master’s degree and nine years’ relevant experience, the salary will be $89,000; at 11 years, then $93,100.

Based on the union scale, if an individual candidate’s education or experience is higher than an example, the salary will be higher; conversely, with less education or experience, the salary is lower. Compensation also includes an excellent comprehensive benefits package, including full coverage of family health insurance, a medical reimbursement plan, generous vacation and sick leave, plus additional organization-wide holidays, significant contribution from employer to a retirement plan (both an unelected contribution and employer match), 12 weeks paid parental leave, and student loan repayment assistance for qualifying participants.

To Apply: Go to our online application system at https://nationalemploymentlawproject.applytojob.com/apply to submit a cover letter and resume. If you have questions regarding this announcement, please forward those to nelp@nelp.org, noting “WE Program Manager” in the subject line. No phone calls or other email inquiries please. We will consider applications on a rolling basis; interested applicants are encouraged to submit sooner than later.

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

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Director of Research

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

Is remote? No


National Employment Law Project

Website: http://www.nelp.org

Posted: December 6, 2021

Contact Information

Jackie Ricks

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

Job Description

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

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

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Senior Researcher & Policy Analyst, Work Equity

New York, Washington, DC or Berkeley, CA

Is remote? No


National Employment Law Project

Website: http://www.nelp.org

Posted: January 17, 2022

Contact Information

Jackie Ricks

https://www.nelp.org/job/work-equity-senior-researcher/

Job Description

Can work at the following locations:

1) New York, NY

2) Washington, DC

3) Berkeley, CA

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Director of Finance and Operations

Allentown

Is remote? No


Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center

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

Posted: January 4, 2022

Contact Information

Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center

https://www.bradburysullivancenter.org/career_opportunities

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Major Events Manager

Allentown

Is remote? No


Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center

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

Posted: January 25, 2022

Contact Information

Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center

https://www.bradburysullivancenter.org/career_opportunities

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Just Us Program Specialist

Nashville

Is remote? No


Just Us at Oasis Center

Website: https://justusoasis.org/

Posted: December 17, 2021

Contact Information

Joseph Clark

https://www.cnm.org/job/just-us-program-specialist/

Job Description

Work with and for LGBTQ+ youth within and outside of Middle Tennessee.  This is achieved through:  The coordination and facilitation of all direct-to-youth programming and related responsibilities for the drop-in programs; Just Us and Becoming Us

Job Responsibilities

  • Plan and implement weekly in-person and online drop-in programming for LGBTQ+ middle and high school youth through Just Us and Becoming Us.
  • Plan and implement Just Camp, summer programming for LGBTQ+ middle school youth
  • Support Program Manager with facilitation of youth leadership team, Students of Stonewall.
  • Develop and maintain community partnerships to offer enrichment, service learning, and college and career access for youth participants.
  • Maintain consistent communication with the Oasis clinical team to refer and coordinate youth to Oasis clinical services as needed.
  • Manage all program volunteers and encourage reflection and action based on best practices
  • Sustain communication with youth, parents, teachers, and counselors in order to ensure students are receiving the support and guidance they need regarding school support, clinical support, and participation in Oasis Center programming.
  • Serve on community committees when appropriate and related to LGBTQ+ youth issues, sexual health, positive youth development, and school supports.
  • Administer, record, and store intake and guardian permission forms for participants across programs
  • Keep records of each program participant and collect and report attendance promptly following weekly sessions

Qualifications

  • Strong capacity to form meaningful, caring, and affirming relationships with all young people, including LGBTQ+ youth.
  • Two years of direct service youth experience two years’ experience working with LGBTQ+ youth in a similar setting.
  • Experience in public speaking and facilitating information in an accessible and effective manner.
  • Competence with LGBTQ+ issues and identities.
  • Comfort speaking to and opening dialogue surrounding oppression and social inequities.
  • Basic proficiency in social media platforms
  • Bachelors Degree

 

  • Salary Range: 37K-40K
    Please send a cover letter and resume to Joseph Clark, jclark@oasiscenter.org

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Health and Wellness Coordinator (Full-Time)

Burlington

Is remote? No


Pride Center of Vermont

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

Posted: January 13, 2022

Contact Information

Kell Arbor

https://www.pridecentervt.org/2022/01/11/health_fulltime/

Job Description

Job Opening at Pride Center of Vermont

Title: Health and Wellness Coordinator
Status:  Full-time  Position (40/week)
Benefits: Health Insurance, Dental Coverage, and Generous Allotment of Time Off
Compensation: $42,000 annually
Reports To: Health and Wellness Director


The Health and Wellness Coordinators work with the  Health and Wellness Program Director to produce HIV prevention and testing programs, primarily focused on the Centers for Disease Control’s Mpowerment Program (GLAM), Social Networks Testing Program (6 Degrees), and HIV Testing, Referral and Linkage to Care with embedded PrEP Navigation.

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Health and Wellness Coordinator (Part-Time)

Burlington

Is remote? No


Pride Center of Vermont

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

Posted: January 13, 2022

Contact Information

Kell Arbor

https://www.pridecentervt.org/2022/01/11/health_parttime/

Job Description

Job Opening at Pride Center of Vermont

Title: Health and Wellness Coordinator
Status: Part-time Position (14-16/week)
Compensation: $23/hour
Reports To: Health and Wellness Director


The Health and Wellness Coordinators work with the Health and Wellness Program Director to produce HIV prevention and testing programs, primarily focused on the Centers for Disease Control’s Mpowerment Program (GLAM), Social Networks Testing Program (6 Degrees), and HIV Testing, Referral and Linkage to Care with embedded PrEP Navigation.

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SafeSpace Rural Advocacy Coordinator

Burlington

Is remote? No


Pride Center of Vermont

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

Posted: January 18, 2022

Contact Information

Pride Center of Vermont

https://www.pridecentervt.org/2022/01/14/were-hiring-safespace-rural-advocacy-coordinator/

Job Description

Job Opening at Pride Center of Vermont

Title: SafeSpace Rural Advocacy Coordinator

Status: Full Time (40 hours/week)

Benefits: Health Insurance & Dental Coverage (100% covered by employer), Generous Allotment of Time Off

Compensation: $42,640 annually

Reports to: Director of SafeSpace Anti-Violence Program

Pride Center of Vermont (PCVT) is seeking a dynamic and skilled SafeSpace Rural Advocacy Coordinator to join our Anti-Violence Program Team. We are looking for a direct service advocate to increase access to resources and support for rural LGBTQ+ Vermonters impacted by violence, as well as educate and train service providers on providing gender-affirming, survivor-centered care. The ideal candidate understands and is able to effectively communicate the complexities of LGBTQ+ identities and the various challenges faced by LGBTQ+ individuals in rural Vermont.

Pride Center of Vermont celebrates, educates, and advocates with and for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, intersex, HIV-positive (LGBTQ+) individuals in Vermont. The SafeSpace Anti-Violence Program of PCVT works in distinct and trauma-sensitive ways with LGBTQ+ people impacted by domestic and sexual violence, bias, hate, discrimination or harassment, and other types of systemic and community harms.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Direct Services

This position is part of the SafeSpace Anti-Violence Program team that provides individual and group support, advocacy, information, referrals, accompaniment, crisis intervention, and intakes for clients. These duties include:

  • Participate in at least 20+ hours of basic advocacy training to acquire Vermont Victim and Crisis Worker Privilege as a domestic and sexual violence victim advocate;
  • Ongoing professional development to support LGBTQ+ survivors of abuse, violence, and harm both within and outside systems;
  • Take regular on-call support line shifts during PCVT business hours;
  • Diligent and meticulous documentation in our confidential database of all client-related support;
  • Participate in SafeSpace Program meetings, supervision with the Director of the SafeSpace Anti-Violence Program, and PCVT all-staff meetings.

Outreach

This position is responsible for helping to uplift visibility, support, and connection with rural LGBTQ+ Vermonters impacted by violence and harm.

  • Design a needs assessment and implementation structure for rural Vermont LGBTQ+ survivor outreach initiatives;
  • Establish and foster relationships with rural LGBTQ+ affirming critical service providers;
  • Collaborate with PCVT staff to develop and distribute outreach materials specific to rural service providers and LGBTQ+ survivors;
  • Oversee the development of a LGBTQ+ Survivors Rural Resources web page on our Pride Center of VT website and update it as needed.

Training and Education

This position is a member of the PCVT Education Team and will facilitate workshops and trainings in accordance with grant requirements and community needs. These duties include:

  • Collaborate with PCVT’s Education Manager to create and facilitate training curricula specific to the needs of rural LGBTQ+ survivors and/or service providers;
  • Participate as a member of the PCVT Education Team to collaborate on our educational offerings and coordinate logistics;
  • Continually update trainings to reflect and address current language, climate and events.

Required Qualifications & Skills:

  • Ability to connect with diverse groups within, for, and beyond LGBTQ+ communities;
  • Lived experience within and/or knowledge of rural LGBTQ+ communities;
  • Demonstrated knowledge of and commitment to equity, inclusion, and anti-oppression work;
  • Experience with training facilitation and curriculum development;
  • Experience with volunteer and/or team coordination, restorative and/or transformative justice, and/or conflict mediation;
  • 2+ years of anti-violence advocacy experience, relevant experience, and/or related degree;
  • Ability to multitask, problem-solve, prioritize and maintain boundaries effectively;
  • Internet access for virtual education, communications, and collaborations;
  • Valid driver’s license for statewide travel.

Preferred Qualifications & Skills:

  • Experience supporting survivors of violence as an advocate: (stalking, sexual assault, domestic violence, and dating violence which is often combined with emotional, discrimination, and/or hate violence);
  • Exceptional time management skills and follow-through, in addition to emotional self-awareness, compassion, healthy sense of humor, commitment to work/life balance, and a desire to be on a team that takes care of one another;
  • Working knowledge of Google Suite and Microsoft Word.

 Please submit your resume and cover letter to jobs@pridecentervt.org by Friday, February 11th.

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

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Program Assistant

Is remote? Yes


Panorama Global

Website: https://www.panoramaglobal.org

Posted: December 1, 2021

Contact Information

Debbie Zamd

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

Job Description

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

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Senior Project Manager, Scalable Solutions

Is remote? Yes


Panorama Global

Website: https://www.panoramaglobal.org

Posted: December 21, 2021

Contact Information

Nicole Travis

https://panoramaglobal.org/careers

Job Description

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

Panorama is a platform for social change dedicated to solving the world’s most intractable problems. Our goal is to maximize social impact by partnering with visionary leaders to codevelop solutions with audacious thinking and bold action. Panorama acts as a neutral host for networks, funds, collaboratives, and initiatives, and its value proposition is helping the social change sector to operate in smarter, more impactful, and more efficient ways. 

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

Position Summary

Are you a bridge-builder, excel at problem solving and strive for top quality service in partnerships and relationship-building? If so, this role will enable you to dive deep into the social impact sector, empowering you to apply your skills and use your influence on a global scale.

Our dynamic, growing organization seeks a Senior Project Manager to join the Scalable Solutions Team. This team works to empower change agents, entrepreneurs, and funders looking to accelerate social impact by serving as fiscal sponsor and manager of multi-donor projects. Read more about the Scalable Solutions team here and in our Global Action Report.

The Senior Project Manager will be involved in supporting fiscally sponsored projects across multiple issue areas such as climate, health, and gender equality. They will be the primary touchpoint for a portfolio of externally led projects and will work closely with internal partners to support these projects. A successful candidate will be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and skilled in developing strong, trusting relationships with a range of external partners. They will be a strategic thinker, a strong collaborator, and a master doer.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Serve as a relationship manager for a diverse portfolio of philanthropic projects
  • Manage processes for proposal development, grant/contract management as well as financial and legal reporting and compliance for fiscally sponsored projects
  • Develop and maintain work plans, roadmaps, and other project management tools to support project teams and ensure quality outcomes
  • Support multiple projects across a range of issues simultaneously and ensure high quality communication and outcomes for partners stakeholders
  • Contribute to business development efforts by identifying opportunities to build awareness and identifying new service offering opportunities based on partner and project needs

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Detail-oriented relationship manager with strong analytical, writing, and verbal skills for communicating and collaborating with broad and diverse stakeholders
  • Comfortable supporting projects on a wide range of issues
  • Demonstrated ability to synthesize large quantities of input and make strategic recommendations
  • Proven ability to lead and collaborate in a constructive manner and to build and sustain cross-functional relationships
  • Ability to navigate sensitive operating environments and use interpersonal and mediation skills in respectful, collaborative, and diplomatic ways
  • Comfortable operating in a fast-paced environment, often with ambiguity, and managing multiple stakeholders while ensuring high quality deliverables and strong relationships
  • Proactive with ability to accomplish work efficiently and with initiative
  • Experience balancing competing priorities and identifying when to escalate an issue
  • Skilled in partnership, transparent communication, cultural awareness, and team-oriented
  • Interest in continuous learning both in personal and professional growth with a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Comfortable adapting to change at a growing organization that is continuing to evolve to meet the demands of an evolving social impact sector

Desired Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree with at least three years of related experience or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience
  • Experience working in philanthropy, at a non-profit and/or on social impact issues
  • Experience in relationship building and management
  • Experience with proposal development, grant management, and budget review
  • Comfortable working in an environment with shifting priorities and competing deadlines
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products required; knowledge of Asana and Salesforce a plus
  • Fluency in written and spoken English required; other language proficiencies welcomed

This position is open to being fully remote on a permanent basis.

Benefits

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

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

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter at the Senior Project Manager, Scalable Solutions link on our Careers Page portal

Applications received by 5:00pm PT on January 9th, 2022, will receive priority review.

About Panorama

Established in 2017, Panorama Global is a diverse team of aspirational thinkers with the know-how to get things done in a fast-paced and flexible environment. In our first five years, we have grown to a team of 40+, with over $34.5M in funds under management, and we are recruiting new team members to support our continued growth. We are a growing organization that is committed to creating a culture of fun, inclusivity, and openness, always celebrating individual and project milestones.

Our Values

The values we share in our work and in our lives also inspire our name and logo.

  • We take a Global Perspective, and embrace diverse thinking and experiences.
  • Our Vision requires that we see the big picture and examine all angles.
  • Personal and professional Integrity positions us to wholly commit and steadfastly hold to our purpose.
  • Believers in Servant Leadership, Panorama is a mission-driven organization working for the greater good.
  • We strive for Impact, and our team acts boldly and creates a ripple effect.

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

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

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

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

Final offer will be contingent on successful background check.

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Intern, Panorama Strategy

Is remote? Yes


Panorama Strategy

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

Posted: December 8, 2021

Contact Information

Nicole Travis

https://panoramaglobal.freshteam.com/jobs/kK7_J7GUgU6j/intern-panorama-strategy-remote

Job Description

Panorama Strategy’s Internship Program

Are you a student and/or early career professional who is excited about the intersections of social impact and consulting? Are you looking to work for a mission driven organization that is moving the needle towards a brighter future through issue advocacy, stakeholder engagement, and strategic communications?  If so, this opportunity will build skills across multiple areas, including research, stakeholder engagement, business development, and overall organizational development with the intention to help start or advance your professional experience. It is our goal that you leave this internship with a deeper knowledge of:

  • What it takes to be comfortable taking initiative and working independently through project and partner management support.
  • The day-to-day operations of a client-centered team and consulting best practices.
  • How to develop strong research and writing
  • The business development function at a small, growing
  • Global health and development topics ranging from pandemic preparedness to nutrition to environmental health.

We are committed to exposing this role to multiple professional development opportunities across Panorama including individual mentorship, workshops, and networking opportunities

Key Responsibilities

This role will support the Panorama Strategy team and be exposed to various workstreams within the organization. In addition to ongoing and ad hoc support to the team, we will work with you to identify a longer-term project based on your skills and interest that you will lead on – providing you with an opportunity to own work from start to finish. 

Key responsibilities of this role may include, but not be limited to:

  • Research
    • Provide project-specific media monitoring on priority topics.
    • Conduct ad-hoc research for specific initiatives and
    • Identify and join webinars and virtual events as appropriate on a variety of issues related to our projects.
  • Business Development
    • Research and write background briefs in preparation for business development
    • Identify new opportunities for partnership aligned with the organization’s interests and skillsets.
  • Programmatic Support
    • Provide administrative and logistical support to team members as needs arise.
    • Identify and track relevant stakeholders and organizations working in key issue areas.

Position Requirements & Desired Qualifications

We are looking for passionate individuals who are excited by Panorama Strategy’s mission and eager to learn. We do not expect applicants to have professional experience aligned with our work and welcome those who are starting their careers, interested in making a change in their career focus, or trying to gain experience in our fields of expertise.

A good fit for this internship is someone with:

  • Passion for international social impact issues and interest in
  • Excitement in learning about and collaborating with a variety of types of organizations, including corporations, foundations, multilaterals agencies, and international NGOs.
  • Willingness to problem solve and work
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills as well as demonstrable interpersonal skills and willingness to work in collaborative environment.

Part-time internships (10-15 hours/week) are designed for undergraduate students in their freshman or sophomore year of college or for individuals 18+ with at least 1 year of professional experience.

Internships will start in mid-to-late January and conclude in April, with some flexibility and consideration given to student schedules and school system calendars. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic all 2022 internships will be remote.

Compensation

Panorama offers paid internships with compensation starting at $14.49/hour, based on the Washington State minimum wage requirements including those working outside of WA State. If the intern is located in a municipality with a higher minimum wage, Panorama will pay the local minimum wage as required by law.

 

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter through our Careers portal. Cover letters should answer the following questions:

 

Applications received by Wednesday, December 15th at 5:00pm PST, will receive priority review. Top candidates will receive an invitation to interview and offers will be extended in early January.

 

Individuals who are seeking consideration under the “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival” (DACA) policy must possess an Employment Authorization Document at the time of application that is valid throughout the program.

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Senior Operations Assistant

Seattle

Is remote? Yes


Pandemic Action Network

Website: https://pandemicactionnetwork.org/

Posted: January 13, 2022

Contact Information

Nicole Travis

https://panoramaglobal.org/careers

Job Description

About Pandemic Action Network

Pandemic Action Network was founded with an urgent mission: Drive collective action to bring an end to the COVID-19 crisis and to ensure the world is better prepared for emerging pandemic threats. We believe that every effort we make in the fight against COVID-19 should leave a longer-term legacy that better prepares humanity to deal with outbreaks and help prevent another deadly and costly pandemic from happening again. Since launching in April 2020, Pandemic Action Network has grown to more than 150 global multi-sector partners who take action on pandemic preparedness and response from a policy, advocacy, and communications lens.

Position Summary

Are you well-organized, detail and relationship-oriented with a passion for supporting a network that is driving change in global and public health? Do you thrive when you can flex a variety of strengths and problem-solve in a dynamic environment? Do you identify as a connector who enjoys being an informational and project management hub for a high-achieving team? If so, this job will enable you to play a critical role supporting a team that is moving the needle toward a better future.

Pandemic Action Network is seeking someone who is a strong collaborator, leads with recommendations to solve problems, is a master doer and can connect dots across a team working in a fast-paced international environment.

The Senior Operations Assistant is the go-to for two Network Co-Founders, one based in Brussels and the other in Washington DC, and helps them allocate time across a broad spectrum of priorities. This includes being the gatekeeper of their schedules, managing calendars across competing priorities, scheduling meetings and time to complete tasks, managing communication and confirming appointments with stakeholders, drafting itineraries and background memos for engagements, managing logistics of events, and arranging travel when necessary.

A critical part of the job is connecting leadership with the rest of the team to stay aligned on the work and communicate changes as they occur. This position is central to team operations and will support related efforts, working closely with Senior Project Managers to coordinate efforts and share information across the broader team. Therefore, in addition to working closely with Co-Founders, this position will be responsible for maintaining the Network’s customer relationship management (CRM) system and distribution lists, helping with meeting administration, staff onboarding, and coordinating Co-Founder engagement across projects in consultation with Senior Project Managers.

A successful candidate is highly perceptive, agile, a crisp communicator, attuned to the needs of leadership and able to anticipate needs before they arise. Being highly organized, detail-oriented, and able to support a global team across different time zones is critical.

The position is a full-time role and eligible for remote work in the Eastern time zone of the United States, reporting to the Director of Strategy, Operations & Finance.

Key Responsibilities

Leadership Support (80%)

  • Administrative support for two Co-Founders, including but not limited to managing calendars and scheduling a high volume of meetings in a dynamic environment, making travel arrangements, and submitting expense reports
  • Managing and balancing workload for two Co-Founders across a diversity of priorities and helping them make informed trade-off decisions
  • Tracking tasks, deliverables and project deadlines and scheduling time to meet them
  • Leading with solutions, identifying options, and providing relevant information when engaging with Co-Founders to help them make informed decisions quickly and with confidence
  • Engaging with and coordinating among stakeholders (internal and external) who meet with Co-Founders. Lead meeting preparation including agenda setting, internal communication and relevant coordination, tracking action items and follow-up and taking meeting notes when appropriate.
  • Providing administrative support for meetings, convenings or events Co-Founders attend and assisting with logistics, preparation, and material dissemination

Team Operations Support (20%)

  • Helping with meeting administration such as note-taking, monitoring chats, sharing presentations or links to ancillary information
  • Managing and updating the Network’s CRM system
  • Administrative support for advocacy letters and helping gather contact information
  • Contributing to the development, improvement, and implementation of organizational processes
  • Working with the Director of Strategy, Operations and Finance and Panorama’s HR team to onboard new staff and create a consistent onboarding process and experience. Includes setting up email and zoom accounts, adding staff to distribution lists, updating org chart, creating onboarding plan and setting up introductory meetings with team members.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Deep commitment to Pandemic Action Network’s mission and knowledge/interest in global health policy and advocacy
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience including high-level administrative support
  • Organized, detail-oriented with strong logistics, planning and coordination skills
  • Experience balancing competing priorities and identifying when to escalate an issue
  • Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communications skills in the English language to engage with high-level and global stakeholders with sensitivity to cultural differences
  • Ability to work diplomatically and effectively collaborate with internal and external stakeholders
  • Comfortable operating in a fast-paced environment, often with ambiguity, and liaising with multiple stakeholders while ensuring high quality deliverables and strong relationships
  • Adept at working remotely and utilizing global team communication tools
  • Ability to work proactively and without oversight
  • Entrepreneurial and problem-solving mindset
  • Zoom, Microsoft Office, Google docs proficiency
  • Familiarity with CRM systems and project management tools and/or aptitude and willingness to master new platforms

Desired Qualifications

  • Experience working in a global organization across multiple time zones highly advantageous
  • Project management skills a plus
  • Proficiencies in other languages a plus

Compensation

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

  • 90-100% employer-paid monthly premiums for employee-only medical coverage depending on individual plan selection and 15% employer-paid contribution toward dependent coverage premiums 
  • 99% employer-paid monthly premiums for employee-only dental and vision coverage (family members can be added at employee cost), 
  • Flexible spending account options for health, dependent care, and transit
  • 100% employer paid monthly premiums for life insurance, short-term disability, and accidental death and dismemberment insurance
  • Employer sponsored supplemental paid family medical leave benefit of up to 12 weeks after 6-months of employment
  • 401(k) safe harbor plan with non-elective 3% employer contribution
  • Unlimited flexible paid time off with pre-approval of manager
  • Flexibility to work from home within the Eastern Time Zone of the U.S. (we provide the technology)
  • Commitment to professional development and growth

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter on our Careers Page portal. Applications received by 5:00pm on January 30, 2022 will receive priority review.

About Panorama

Panorama Global is the secretariat for the Pandemic Action Network. Panorama is a platform for social change dedicated to solving the world’s most intractable problems.

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

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

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

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

Final offer will be contingent on a successful background check.

 

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Director, Image-Based Abuse and Online Safety Initiative

Seattle

Is remote? Yes


Panorama Global

Website: https://www.panoramaglobal.org

Posted: December 15, 2021

Contact Information

Nicole Travis

https://panoramaglobal.freshteam.com/jobs/cSslnublvcIf/director-image-based-abuse-and-online-safety-initiative-remote

Job Description

As the Director, Image-Based Abuse and Online Safety Initiative:

  • You are a pragmatic organizer and systems thinker. You have experience building networks and coalitions across cultures and geographies, and you understand how to cultivate supportive space for long-time activists, organizers, survivor leaders, and non-profit leaders to build and think big together.
  • You are diplomatic and strategic. You have experience in successful advocacy within national or international contexts. You’re known as someone who brings people together to accomplish big things. You can keep a macro strategy in mind and see the different steps needed to work towards it.
  • You understand utilizing different levers to reach your objective. You understand the value of bringing in a mix of tactics – from coalition management to policy advocacy to celebrity voice to corporate engagement – at different points of time to reach an objective toward your broader goal.
  • You can build from scratch. You probably have entrepreneurial or startup experience, and you’re comfortable with ambiguity, fluidity, and multiple paths forward in a dynamic environment.
  • You are a big thinker who can dive into the details. You understand that in order to make a bold vision happen, you also have to be able to deliver on the small stuff. You’re comfortable pitching a potential donor in the morning and pivoting to budget tracking in the afternoon. You see all of it as a contribution.
  • You are humble. You’re consistently seen as someone who uplifts and amplifies the work of others, you approach your work with a spirit of service, and you believe in the power of collaboration and partnerships.
  • You are trauma informed. You’ve worked alongside survivors of abuse and/or harm, and you employ strategies that demonstrate empathy, awareness, and compassion. You are staunchly anti-abuse and committed to violence-free relationships.
  • You are tech savvy. You’re well-versed in understanding new tech and the wide-ranging impact of technology on society. You may have previously worked in support of online trust and safety programs.
  • You uphold the highest standards of integrity, boundaries, and honesty. You’re known for doing what’s right, even when the incentives push you towards what’s easy.

 

Responsibilities:

Inspirational and Effective Community Organizing

  • Engage as an active thought partner to existing organizations combating issues related to online harms and image-based abuse to support them in solving challenges and assessing opportunities. Facilitate cross-sector coordination and partnership-building with the goal of enhancing the field and collective agenda overall.
  • Mobilize, invigorate, and accelerate the impact of existing organizations and activists working across this field of work by identifying and pursuing opportunities for collaborative projects and joint advocacy as well as providing additional convening and organizing capacity.
  • Conceptualize, organize and host convenings and working groups with partner organizations to strengthen relationships across organizations and opportunities for collaborative projects.

 

Program Strategy, Execution, and Management

  • Lead, create, and execute a strategic plan that identifies key priority initiatives based on collaborative work with existing organizations and thought leaders.
  • Track and analyze key global and national policy developments and trends relevant to the field of online harms and image-based abuse.
  • Design and lead strategic communications projects in partnership with existing organizations that help to inform the broader public about online harms image-based abuse and draw in additional stakeholders and champions.
  • Informed by leadership from partners and community organizers, work with the Panorama team to create and manage a program budget, in alignment with the strategic plan.

 

Donor Stewardship and Stakeholder Engagement

  • Attract and cultivate new donors for this growing field and issue area. Maintain and steward existing donor and funder relationships.
  • Draw on a high level of emotional intelligence and political savvy to navigate different stakeholders’ interests and motivations, build consensus where possible, and create opportunities for collaborative work.
  • Create opportunities between existing organizations and thought leaders for joint policy advocacy and mobilization, at a national and state level.
  • Utilize your knowledge of trust and safety programs and issues to facilitate opportunities for partnerships and engagement with businesses, including leading tech companies.

 

Desired Qualifications:

  • ​​Experience in global network/coalition building, facilitation, community organizing, and consensus building work.
  • Demonstrated success in public sector advocacy, ideally for a social impact mission or campaign.
  • Experience in cooperatively crafting vision and strategy across different stakeholders and sectors.
  • Experience with various aspects of trust, safety, fraud, and abuse in technology and media.
  • Experience in content policy, anti-abuse, and reviewing online content.
  • Program management, budgeting, forecasting, and impact measurement experience; ideally in progressive responsibility and scale over time.
  • Adept in data synthesis, knowledge creation, and storytelling, especially as related to advocacy, donor cultivation, and public sentiment.
  • Experience working for or collaborating with various types of organizations, including corporations, foundations, multilateral agencies, and international NGOs.
  • Experience supporting survivors of abuse and/or violence, including work in gender-based violence a plus.
  • Fluency in written and spoken English; other language proficiencies welcomed.

 

Location

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

 

Salary and Benefits

The starting salary for this position is $120,000 alongside a comprehensive benefits package including:

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

 

How to Apply

We’re excited to hear from you! Interested candidates, please submit a resume and cover letter to director@panoramaglobal.org. Applications without cover letters will not be considered; please use this as an opportunity to convey why the field of image-based abuse and online safety speaks to you, as well as your direct experience working to build networks.

 

Applications received by 5:00pm PT on January 5th, 2022 will receive priority review.

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Intern, Human Resources

Seattle

Is remote? Yes


Panorama Global

Website: https://www.panoramaglobal.org

Posted: December 10, 2021

Contact Information

Nicole Travis

https://panoramaglobal.freshteam.com/jobs/wWNtckvYhc6e/intern-nonprofit-systems-operations-remote

Job Description

Panorama is looking for a part-time intern (20 hours/week) to support the day-to-day activities of the Workplace Experience team, with a focus in Human Resources. Key responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:

Recruitment and Onboarding

  • Assist HR team during recruitment cycles including data tracking and scheduling
  • Posting open roles on targeted job boards
  • Collaborate with Communications team to generate social media posts for new positions
  • Manage, organize, and update list of interview questions specific to teams
  • Assist with new employee onboarding tasks including equipment ordering, scheduling trainings, and project management

 

Administrative & Systems Support

  • Collaborate with Systems team to manage and update organizational materials such as org charts, training slides, & other informational materials
  • Organize, create, & improve process documentation for various HR functions
  • Provide additional administrative support as needed

 

Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

  • Support and participate in DEI discussion sessions, with option to build facilitation skills if desired
  • Research & develop resources for creating Employee Resource Groups

 

Programmatic Support

  • Assist with planning and building an intern showcase page for Panorama’s website
  • Assist with the creation of Intern Career Development Workshops
  • Develop creative ways to engage employees working in a remote environment across multiple time zones

 

This position reports to the Project Manager, Workplace Experience but will also work closely with the HR Generalist and other members of the Workplace Experience team.

 

Goals and Learning Objectives:

  • Rewarding experience that further develops skillsets and gains knowledge in new areas that will be applicable to future interests and career ambitions.
  • Meets manager’s requests for administrative support, while also engaging in higher level work indicative of skills, experience, and ability to contribute to organization overall.
  • Increased comfort in taking initiative and working independently as intern becomes more familiar with projects and departmental goals.
  • Gains an understanding of the day-to-day operations of the HR department and the skills needed to support a growing team.
  • Gains an understanding of the human resources function at a small, growing organization
  • Gains administrative and operational experience within non-profit and for-profit organizational models

 

Position Requirements & Qualifications

This part-time internship (20 hours/week) is designed for undergraduate students in their senior year of college or post-graduate students, or for individuals 18+ with at least 2 years of professional experience. This position is open to candidates located in and eligible to work in the following locations within the United States: California, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Georgia, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Washington.

 

We request a six-month commitment with an anticipated start date in Feb. 2022. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all 2022 internships will be remote.

 

  • Demonstrated interest in learning about the field of Human Resources, Organizational Psychology, and/or Business Administration, particularly within the non-profit space.
  • Ability to take initiative, problem-solve and work independently.
  • Ability to prioritize and handle simultaneous assignments while adapting to changing deadlines, priorities and workflow with success and accuracy.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills as well as demonstrable interpersonal skills and willingness to work in collaborative environment.
  • Able to work in fast-paced environment, prioritize workflow and balance needs of multiple projects, while maintaining close attention to detail.

 

Compensation

Panorama offers paid internships with compensation at $14.49/hour, based on the Washington State minimum wage requirements including those working outside of WA State. If the intern is located in a municipality with a higher minimum wage, Panorama will pay the local minimum wage as required by law.

 

How to Apply

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

 

Applications received by 5:00pm PST on January 2nd, 2022, will receive priority review.

 

Top candidates will receive an invitation to interview and offers will be extended by end of January.

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Intern, Nonprofit Systems Operations

Seattle

Is remote? Yes


Panorama Global

Website: https://www.panoramaglobal.org

Posted: December 10, 2021

Contact Information

Nicole Travis

https://panoramaglobal.freshteam.com/jobs/wWNtckvYhc6e/intern-nonprofit-systems-operations-remote

Job Description

Panorama is looking for a part-time intern (20 hours/week) to support the day-to-day activities of our Systems and IT team. Key responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:

 

User Support

  • Assist with day-to-day troubleshooting of our software applications and platforms
  • Update and improve user manuals for our software applications

 

Systems Maintenance and Strategy

  • Update and optimize Panorama’s inventory of hardware and software applications
  • Assist with data clean up and migrations from various systems into our Salesforce database
  • Research and compare features of new software applications for various organizational functions

 

Information Management

  • Work with departments to update Panorama’s SharePoint Intranet (internal website) ensuring content for employees is up to date and easy to find

 

Administrative

  • Provide additional administrative support as needed for systems projects

 

This position reports to the Systems and Process Administrator but will work across departments to support systems work.

 

Goals and Learning Objectives:

  • Rewarding experience that further develops skillsets and gains knowledge in new areas that will be applicable to future interests and career ambitions.
  • Meets manager’s requests for administrative support, while also engaging in higher level work indicative of skills, experience, and ability to contribute to organization overall.
  • Increased comfort in taking initiative and working independently as intern becomes more familiar with projects.
  • Gains an understanding of the day-to-day operations of Systems and an understanding of nonprofit technology
  • Develops research, writing, and problem-solving skills, and learns tools such as Salesforce
  • Gains an understanding of the Systems and IT function at a small, growing organization
  • Gains administrative and operational experience within non-profit and for-profit organizational models

 

Position Requirements & Qualifications

This part-time internship (20 hours/week) is designed for undergraduate students in their senior year of college or post-graduate students, or for individuals 18+ with at least 2 years of professional experience. This position is open to candidates located in and eligible to work in the following locations within the United States: California, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Georgia, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Washington.

 

We request a six-month commitment. Internships will start in January and conclude in June, with some flexibility and consideration given to student schedules and school system calendars. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all Winter 2022 internships will be remote.

 

  • Demonstrated interest in nonprofit administration.
  • Interest in learning about software applications and systems used by nonprofits.
  • Ability to take initiative, problem-solve and work independently.
  • Ability to prioritize and handle simultaneous assignments while adapting to changing deadlines, priorities and workflow with success and accuracy.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills as well as demonstrable interpersonal skills and willingness to work in collaborative environment.
  • Able to work in fast-paced environment, prioritize workflow and balance needs of multiple projects, while maintaining close attention to detail.

 

Compensation

Panorama offers paid internships with compensation at $14.49/hour, based on the Washington State minimum wage requirements including those working outside of WA State. If the intern is located in a municipality with a higher minimum wage, Panorama will pay the local minimum wage as required by law.

 

How to Apply

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

 

Applications received by January 2nd will receive priority review.

 

Top candidates will receive an invitation to interview and offers will be extended by mid-January.

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Senior Officer, Partnerships

Seattle

Is remote? No


Panorama Global

Website: https://www.panoramaglobal.org

Posted: January 14, 2022

Contact Information

Nicole Travis

https://panoramaglobal.org/careers

Job Description

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

Panorama is a platform for social change dedicated to solving the world’s most intractable problems. Based in Seattle, our team is committed to catalytic and collaborative partnerships, and inspired by a lifelong commitment to service, leadership, and impact.

At Panorama, our partners are at the center of our work, and we tailor our approach to meet their unique needs. Our team works on strategy development, communications and advocacy, resource mobilization, organizational design, and fiscal sponsorship with topical projects in, but not limited to, outbreak preparedness, gender equity, adolescent mental health, and the climate crisis.

Position Summary

Do you have a love of building programs and engaging people in social impact? Are you a compelling storyteller with a natural sense of curiosity? Do you have a proven track record of securing large donations from and sustaining strong relationships with a diverse range of strategic partners? Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit that can quickly adapt strategy to support the goals of donors and programs? If so, this role will enable you to play an influential part in a broad body of work that is proving to move the needle toward a better future.

The Senior Officer, Partnerships will facilitate and coordinate engagement strategies with philanthropists, philanthropic organizations, NGOs, and other strategic partners that advance and create diverse opportunities for impact across Panorama. In keeping with Panorama’s culture, this team member will play a key role in the development of a “partner-centric” development program in a fast-paced, dynamic, and growing organization and contribute to robust fundraising and partnerships activities.

Reporting to the Vice President, Partnerships, the successful candidate will collaborate across the organization to develop and execute partnership strategies for Panorama with an entrepreneurial mindset that supports the evolution of a high-performing organization working in a rapidly changing world. The Senior Officer will have one direct report with the potential for more. The position is available on a fully remote basis within the United States.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

Fund Development, Pipeline Development, and Relationship Building (50%)

  • Effectively develop, coordinate, and advance solicitation and/or engagement with a portfolio of approximately 50+ strategic partners including major donors and prospects (high-net worth individuals, family and private foundations, corporations, and organizations with capacity of $100,000 or more)
  • Collaborate with and support senior leadership and directors on development of partner relationships to advance social change, including fund- or project-specific strategic fundraising for initiatives powered by Panorama
  • Engage with team members across the organization to build a robust pipeline of prospective partners: co-create and implement strategies to identify, conduct outreach to, and cultivate prospective programmatic and funding partners, including creative opportunities that leverage Panorama’s unique strengths
  • Oversee and/or conduct prospect research and institute prospecting best practices that include leveraging professional networks, organizational connections, stakeholder referrals, and constituent introductions
  • Prepare, collaborate on, and/or provide feedback on proposals, concept notes, grant applications, letters, reports, case materials, briefings, acknowledgments, and other materials in support of partner development
  • Oversee and/or prepare briefings and strategy documents to facilitate engagement of the CEO and other senior leaders in partner cultivation and stewardship

Partner Engagement and Stewardship (30%)

  • Strengthen Panorama’s partner and donor relationships through the development and management of thoughtful stewardship and engagement developed in collaboration with program and cross-functional team members
  • Implement and support effective partnership management practices including relationship development strategies, pipeline mapping, timely contact reports, proposal/opportunity tracking, task management, and use of tools such as Salesforce
  • Manage special projects and new initiatives that leverage, strengthen, and/or advance partner relationships for social change

Organizational Growth (20%)

  • Collaborate on annual and multi-year development plans to increase philanthropic partner base and revenue
  • Partner with senior leadership to identify and articulate Panorama’s value proposition and unique offerings to external partners
  • Contribute to development of Panorama’s partnership tools and resources
  • Mentor and/or manage team members with partnership development responsibilities

 Required Qualifications & Competencies 

  • At least 10 years of professional experience or equivalent combination of education and experience, and at least 3 years of leadership and management experience
  • At least 3 years of experience building and sustaining relationships with strategic partners including major donors and prospective donors, and a successful track record of moving partnership and collaborative opportunities to execution and completion
  • Self-motivated, self-directed, and highly organized professional who is entrepreneurial, resourceful, and creative
  • Strong analytical skills; exceptional writing and verbal abilities
  • Strong collaborator and facilitator who can work across a complex/multi-layered organization
  • Fluency in written and spoken English
  • Commitment to Panorama’s approach to action and the ability to serve as an ambassador for the organization
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and Panorama’s values

Desired Qualifications

  • Success supporting and collaborating with organizational leadership, board members, fundraising consultants, and volunteers in donor cultivation and solicitation
  • Knowledge of best practices for development/fundraising
  • Experience with Salesforce a plus
  • Willingness and ability to travel on occasion
  • Language proficiencies other than English welcomed

This job description is subject to change at any time.

Salary & Benefits

The starting salary for this position is $105,000.00 alongside a comprehensive benefits package including:

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

How To Apply

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

Applications received by February 6, 2022 until 5:00PM PT will receive priority review.

About Panorama

Established in 2017, Panorama is a diverse team of aspirational thinkers with the know-how to get things done in a fast-paced and flexible environment. We work closely with partners to identify their needs and co-develop practical and results-oriented strategies. Approaching our work with an entrepreneurial spirit, we initiate our own projects when we are uniquely positioned to fill a gap. We are a growing organization that is committed to creating a culture of fun, inclusivity, and openness, always celebrating individual and project milestones.

The values we share in our work and in our lives also inspire our name and logo.

  • We take a Global Perspective, and embrace diverse thinking and experiences.
  • Our Vision requires that we see the big picture and examine all angles.
  • Personal and professional Integrity positions us to wholly commit and steadfastly hold to our purpose.
  • Believers in Servant Leadership, Panorama is a mission-driven organization working for the greater good.
  • We strive for Impact, and our team acts boldly and creates a ripple effect.

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

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

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

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

Final offer will be contingent on successful background check.

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Executive Director

Milwaukee

Is remote? No


The Milwaukee LGBT Community Center

Website: http://www.mkelgbt.org

Posted: January 26, 2022

Contact Information

Kevin J. Turner

https://lnkd.in/d5vUdVfu

Job Description

The Executive Director of the Milwaukee LGBT Community Center leads the organization and is responsible for the overall administration and management. This position emphasizes resource development and staff management. The Executive Director has oversight over facilities, programs, and internal and external stakeholder relations. Areas of responsibility include but are not limited to: planning and evaluation of services and programming, development of policies and administration, fundraising, business operations, personnel and financial management, and public relations. The Executive Director is the primary face and voice of the Center and should possess exemplary oral and written communication skills. This is a full-time, FLSA-exempt position. The Executive Director is hired by and directly accountable to the Board of Directors.

 

Responsibilities

Management, Administration, and Programs

  • Steward a working partnership with the Board of Directors on vision, mission, long-term strategic planning, policy development, human resources oversight, fund development, and financial management.
  • Build an environment of teamwork where staff works as a cohesive unit to meet the Center’s goals.
  • Serve as the chief liaison with other community organizations, government agencies, private funders, and key constituent groups for strategic planning and fund development.
  • Oversee all programs, services, and activities to ensure that program objectives are met.
  • Ensure that all Center programming meets the vision, mission, and long-range goals of the Center.
  • Evaluate the success of programming and make changes as appropriate.
  • Coordinate the work of Center staff and volunteers to ensure Center activities are successful.

Financial Oversight

  • Develop a balanced income stream between government and private grants, foundation funding, and corporate sponsors to achieve and secure financial stability into the future for the Center.
  • Develop, recommend, and monitor the Center’s budgets and ensure all expenditures have proper approval.
  • Ensure compliance with regulatory and funding sources’ requirements.
  • Provide regular financial reports and statements to the Board of Directors.
  • Provide proper financial record-keeping, reporting, and auditing.  

Fund Development

  • Serve as the face of all fund development efforts in conjunction with the Board of Directors.
  • Lead planning and implementation of special events, including the annual gala, fundraising events, community development events.
  • Seek out, research, prepare, and submit grant applications to government and private agencies, and funding proposals to grow an organization with a $950,000 annual budget.
  • Support appeals to corporate sponsors in partnership with the Board of Directors.
  • Analyze, develop, and implement earned income strategies such as from the sale of goods, professional services rendered, or other work.
  • Carry out donor appreciation strategies and acknowledge funders at all levels through a variety of means to encourage continued engagement.
  • Work with the Board of Directors to request in-kind donations and other resources for the Center.

Human Resources

  • Administer personnel policies approved by the Board of Directors.
  • Ensure hiring and termination practices comply with all applicable laws as well as the values of the Center.
  • Provide for adequate supervision and evaluation of all staff and volunteers.
  • Support and encourage growth and development opportunities for all staff.
  • Develop job descriptions, conduct performance evaluations, and establish sound human resources practices.

Qualifications and Considerations

  • Prior experience as an Executive Director or similar role is preferred.
  • Extensive understanding of issues that concern the community and ability to serve lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender populations in meaningful ways.
  • Bachelor’s Degree or related experience.
  • 5 years of successful management experience of staff and volunteers, including workplace planning and evaluation.
  • Understanding of nonprofit organizations and Board structures.
  • Working knowledge of nonprofit fiscal management, including fund accounting, government and private grants, and budgeting.
  • Proven experience raising funds from private, public, and/or foundation sources.
  • Outstanding oral and written communication skills, with a demonstrated ability in public speaking and external relations.
  • Proven success in developing and implementing programming in a service-driven organization.
  • Demonstrated strategic planning and financial analytical skills.
  • Ability to work a variety of hours during the week and weekend to meet the Center’s needs. 

Instructions for Applicants

To apply, please email all items below, combined into one document, to LGBT@leadingtransitions.com no later than 1:00 p.m. CT February 11, 2022: A letter of interest describing your qualifications for this position, addressed to: Mindy Lubar Price, Leading Transitions LLC, 1345 North Jefferson St., Suite 350 Milwaukee, WI 53202; a detailed and updated resume; and the names of, your relationship to, and the contact information for, three professional references. Please note: References will not be contacted until a candidate has been notified; All offers of employment are contingent upon clear results of thorough background checks; All inquiries and interactions with potential candidates are kept in strict confidence. The position will remain open until a hire is finalized.

 

The Milwaukee LGBT Community Center is an equal opportunity employer and will recruit, hire, and promote qualified persons into all job classifications without regard to race, color, religion, national origin or citizenship status, sex, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, sexual orientation, age, disability, or military status. Leading Transitions is committed to the vitality of mission-based, nonprofit, philanthropic and community-centered efforts and organizations, and their leaders. The firm’s inclusive practices provide the flexibility and creativity necessary to adapt to the intricacies and dynamics of any community. We believe that periods of change are transformational and bring great new opportunities.

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