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California


Prevention Training Specialist, El Saludable
Los Angeles, California
APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA
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Program Coordinator, El Saludable
Los Angeles, California
APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA
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RN Medical Care Manager
Los Angeles, California
APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA
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Research Assistant
San Francisco, California
Hopelab
CA
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Youth Coordinator
San Francisco, California
Hopelab
CA
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Client Specialist
Visalia, California
The Source LGBT+ Center
Visalia, CA
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Trans Program Coordinator
Visalia, California
The Source LGBT+ Center
Visalia, CA
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Colorado


Executive Assistant to the Executive Director
Boulder, Colorado
Out Boulder County
Boulder, CO
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Executive Assistant to the Executive Director
Boulder, Colorado
Out Boulder County
Boulder, CO
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Trans Programming & Support Coordinator
Boulder, Colorado
Out Boulder County
Boulder, CO
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Youth Program Director
Boulder, Colorado
Out Boulder County
Boulder, CO
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Director of Mental Health Services
Denver, Colorado
The Center on Colfax
Denver, CO
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Director of Mental Health Services
Denver, Colorado
The Center on Colfax
Denver, CO
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Director of Mental Health Services
Denver, Colorado
The Center on Colfax
Denver, CO
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Delaware


Executive Director
Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
CAMP Rehoboth Community Center
Rehoboth, DE
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Florida


Grant Writer and Administrator
Florida
CenterLink, The Community of LGBT Centers
Fort Lauderdale, FL
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imi Youth Social Media Specialist
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
CenterLink
Fort Lauderdale, FL
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SAGE Miami Outreach Specialist
Miami, Florida
SAGE USA
New York, NY
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Illinois


Development Associate
Chicago, Illinois
The GenderCool Project
Highland Park, IL
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Indiana


Mental Health Therapist and Case Manager (two separate jobs)
Crawfordsville, Indiana
Indiana Youth Group
Indianapolis, IN
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New Mexico


Strategic Operations Manager
Northern NM, New Mexico
NewMexicoWomen.Org
Santa Fe, NM, NM
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New York


Client Support Specialist
Albany, New York
Alliance for Positive Health
Albany, NY
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LGBT Life Services Supervisor
Albany, New York
Alliance for Positive Health
Albany, NY
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LGBT Life Services Supervisor
Albany, New York
Alliance for Positive Health
Albany, NY
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Peer Support Specialist
Albany, New York
Alliance for Positive Health
Albany, NY
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Testing Counselor
Albany, New York
Alliance for Positive Health
Albany, NY
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Graphic Designer
Albany, New York
In Our Own Voices, Inc.
Albany, NY
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IPV LGBT Training and Technical Assistance Specialist
Albany, New York
In Our Own Voices, Inc.
Albany, NY
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LGBT DV/SA Advocate
Albany, New York
In Our Own Voices, Inc.
Albany, NY
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LGBT Legal Advocate
Albany, New York
In Our Own Voices, Inc.
Albany, NY
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Community Engagement & Enrollment Liaison TGNB
New York, New York
Amida Care
New York, NY
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Community Engagement &Enrollment Liaison Bilingual
New York, New York
Amida Care
New York, NY
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Health Services Community Liaison
New York, New York
Amida Care
New York, NY
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Senior Staff Attorney or Staff Attorney
New York, New York
Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund
New York, NY
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North Carolina


Operations Manager, Merchandise
Charlotte, North Carolina
Girls on the Run International
Charlotte, NC
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Oregon


Communications Associate
Portland, Oregon
Children's Institute
Portland, OR
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Senior Early Childhood Policy Advisor
Portland, Oregon
Children's Institute
Portland, OR
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Pennsylvania


Director, Communications & Development
Allentown, Pennsylvania
Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center
Allentown, PA
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Psychotherapist
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The Attic Youth Center
Philadelphia, PA
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Texas


Director of Programming
Odessa, Texas
Pride Center West Texas
Odessa, TX
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Vermont


Operations Coordinator
Burlington, Vermont
Pride Center of Vermont
Burlington, VT
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Washington


Donor Systems & Data Manager
Seattle, Washington
Pride Foundation
SEATTLE, WA
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Prevention Training Specialist, El Saludable

Los Angeles, California

Is remote? No


APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA

Website: https://aplahealth.org/

Posted: February 6, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Alice Noriega, Human Resources Assistant
Email: jobs@apla.org
Phone: 2132011600

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

Job Description

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

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

We offer:

 

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

This is a great opportunity to make a difference!

This position will pay $23.37 - $27.45. Salary is commensurate with experience.

POSITION SUMMARY:

Under the direction of the Program Coordinator for the CDC Latino MSM Program, the prevention training specialist will help develop, implement, monitor and evaluate all approaches used to recruit and retain young Latino men who have sex with men (YMSM) ages 18 - 39 into HIV care and biomedical (PrEP/PEP) services, as well as develop role model stories in alignment with the PROMISE for High Impact Prevention (HIP) intervention.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Utilize virtual and in-persons outreach strategies to recruit, engage, and provide sexual health education activities/services to Latino MSM
  • Provide Latino MSM with sexual health screenings (HIV/STI), safer sex supplies, and resources for PrEP and PEP through El Saludable in-person and at-home HIV testing services.
  • Identify and link new and previously diagnosed HIV positive Latino MSM into HIV care services. This includes navigation to resources that assist with enrollment into services such as Medi-Cal, housing, mental health, and food services.
  • Identify and link HIV negative Latino MSM into biomedical (PrEP/PEP) services.
  • Facilitate in-person and virtual workshops on sexual health (HIV/STI) and biomedical (PrEP/PEP) services that will increase access to HIV/STI testing and PrEP/PEP acquisition.
  • Recruit, train, and manage peer advocates from the target population
  • Assist in the planning and execution of peer advocate events
  • Recruit, screen, and interview role models for role model stories
    • Transcribe role model interviews and extract pertinent language
    • Theorize and design a role model concept that includes:
      • illustrations
      • photographs
      • language
    • Work with internal and external designers to finalize publication
    • Create a distribution strategy
      • print platforms
      • virtual platforms
  • Work with the program coordinator to develop social marketing materials for distribution via Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and in-person outreach.

OTHER DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED TO MEET BUSINESS NEEDS.

REQUIREMENTS:

Training and Experience:

  • Associate Degree in human services related field or minimum two-year experience working with Latino YMSM
  • Bilingual: English and Spanish required.
  • familiar with the Latino MSM community and experience recruiting the population into sexual health services
  • familiar with developing social marketing campaigns
  • experience and comfortability with conducting one-on-one interviews
  • experience working in a nonprofit environment
  • experience working with HIV prevention and health education/health promotion

Knowledge of:

  • health spectrum of HIV/STIs
  • biomedical HIV prevention
  • human sexuality and sexual identity
  • health and social concerns of Latino MSM
  • principles of social marketing
  • virtual platforms for community connection and training

Ability to:

  • work independently
  • work effectively with divers group of staff, volunteers and professionals
  • organize stakeholders and engage community building and establish linkages between stakeholder
  • meet frequent, sometimes conflicting deadlines in a rapidly changing environment respond with sensitivity to social inequities and diverse ethnic groups
  • adhere to HIPPA guidelines
  • engage participants and encourage HIV testing and linkage to biomedical (PrEP/PEP) services)

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

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

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

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

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

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

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Program Coordinator, El Saludable

Los Angeles, California

Is remote? No


APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA

Website: https://aplahealth.org/

Posted: February 6, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Alice Noriega, Human Resources Assistant
Phone: 2132011600

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

Job Description

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

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

We offer:

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

This is a great opportunity to make a difference!

This position will pay $24.47 - $29.48. Salary is commensurate with experience.

POSITION SUMMARY:

Under the direction of the Associate Director, Community Resources, the Program Coordinator will help develop, implement, monitor and evaluate all approaches used to recruit and retain Latino men who have sex with men (MSM) 18 - 39. The Program Coordinator also ensures that all program activities are in alignment with APLA Health & Wellness’ harm reduction philosophy and larger sexual health and wellness goals.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provides supervisory duties to program staff including, but not limited to:
    • Hiring program staff
    • Training new program staff
    • Conducting employee evaluations
    • Dispensing disciplinary action up to and including the termination of program staff
    • Approval of time off/vacation requests
    • Developing training plans
    • Setting yearly program objectives/goals
  • The Program Coordinator will be responsible for the following:
    • Recruitment and retention of members of the target population into health education activities including but not limited to HIV and STI testing and treatment, HIV+ linkage to care, and navigation into biomedical (PrEP/PEP) services.
    • Overseeing the HIV+ linkage to care and retention program
    • Overseeing the linkage and retention to biomedical (PrEP/PEP) services program
    • Overseeing the implementation of the PROMISE for HIP intervention
    • Preparing and facilitating quarterly Community Advisory Board (CAB) meetings.
    • Ensuring the timely and accurate submission of HIV testing data into CDC databases
    • Working closely with the evaluation specialist to ensure all data is properly and timely input into CDC databases.
    • Monitoring program budgets and spending
    • Creating, distributing, and monitoring of social marketing materials that will promote  program offerings via Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and in-person outreach
    • Distribution of safer sex materials to members of the target demographic through internal and external processes
    • Working with stakeholders and community partners familiar with the needs of Latino MSM 18 – 34 to create a network of holistic care opportunities that will better the lives of the demographic.  
    • Ensuring culturally and linguistically appropriate services.
    • Attending community/public meetings as necessary.

OTHER DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED TO MEET BUSINESS NEEDS.

Training and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in human services related field or a highschool/ GED diploma and minimum four-year experience working with Latino MSM in the area of HIV and sexual health education
  • minimum two-year experience managing staff required.
  • Bilingual: English and Spanish required.
  • experience monitoring program budgets, evaluation, and engaging in program development activities preferred.
  • familiarity with PROMISE for HIP intervention preferred.
  • experience developing and retaining community advisory boards preferred.
  • experience conducting in-person and virtual workshops specific to sexual health and wellness preferred.
  • experience with the use of social media in terms of program promotion and recruitment  preferred.
  • familiarity with challenges associated with HIV testing and linkage to care, specifically among Latino MSM preferred.
  • experience working in a nonprofit environment preferred.

Ability to:

  • work independently
  • create referral sources
  • work effectively with divers group of staff, volunteers and professionals
  • organize stakeholders and engage community building and establish linkages between stakeholder
  • identify particular goals and objectives with respect to harm reduction meet frequent, sometimes conflicting deadlines in a rapidly changing environment respond with sensitivity to social inequities and diverse ethnic groups
  • adhere to HIPPA guidelines
  • navigate participants through the healthcare system
  • engage participants and encourage HIV testing
  • encourage linkage to biomedical (PrEP/PEP) services
  • provide resources that address needs of newly/previously diagnosed HIV person

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

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

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

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

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

To Apply:

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

https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=79471&clientkey=A5559163F67395E0A2585D2135F98806

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RN Medical Care Manager

Los Angeles, California

Is remote? No


APLA Health
Los Angeles, CA

Website: https://aplahealth.org/

Posted: December 16, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Alice Noriega, HR Assistant

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

Job Description

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

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

We offer:

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

This is a great opportunity to make a difference!

POSITION SUMMARY:

Under the direction of the Director of Case Management, provide the appropriate level of coordinated health care services for patients of APLA Health & Wellness.  The RN medical care manager will coordinate with all parties involved in the care of the patient to provide effective and culturally competent care and treatment for people living with HIV and other chronic diseases.  The position will be providing services to persons living with HIV as part of a Medical Care Coordination team and providing case management services for persons with other complex medical needs.  The medical care coordination team will target people with HIV who are experiencing medical adherence issues, significant changes in HIV health status or multiple health diagnoses that affect the person’s HIV status. The RN medical care manager in conjunction with the Patient Care Manage,formulates care plans based upon assessment data and provision of care priorities, work in collaboration with the clinical social worker as necessary.  The RN medical care manager will coordinate patient care and collaborate with other health care team members to establish the patient’s goals, develop treatment plans and obtain desired outcomes as well as provide patient education based on identified learning needs utilizing available teaching resources.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide clinical support to medical providers before and after primary care visits so as to ensure the timely delivery of quality medical care.
  • Identifies out of care HIV-positive patients to reengage them in treatment
  • Perform a needs assessment on patients and obtain a brief medical history including the following:
  • Past Medical History, including key HIV parameters
  • Medication history
  • Recent treatment history
  • Identifies patients’ unmet medical needs and coordinates with clinic HIV and non-HIV providers to ensure that standards of care are met and any gaps or barriers are addressed.
  • Identifies patients’ unmet nonmedical needs or barriers to adherence and retention in care, and coordinates with other clinical staff (e.g. social workers) to address needs and barriers.
  • Utilizes population health registry to manage patients (i.e. identify unmet medical needs) and track trends in overall clinic performance.
  • Performs and interprets diagnostic procedures such as tuberculin tests, and administers treatments and preventive measures in the form of injections and immunizations in accordance with medical orders and APLA clinical guidelines
  • Treat patients diagnosed with sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in a timely manner and according to APLAHW clinical STI treatment guidelines.
  • Provide and appropriately document health education to patients.
  • Participate in quality improvement activities as directed by the medical director, e.g. data analysis and measurement of outcomes, document and report the results and accomplishments of quality improvement initiatives.
  • Triage patients who walk in to clinic or call with acute medical concerns.
  • Assist front office staff in making appropriate arrangements for patients who arrive late for appointments or for whom an appointment needs to be rescheduled, by reviewing the medical record and determining how soon and where the patient should be seen
  • Functions as an extended role nurse, provides health supervision, nursing diagnosis and treatment of minor conditions to persons living with HIV and non-HIV on a continuing basis under the consultative direction of a physician

OTHER DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED TO MEET BUSINESS NEEDS. 

REQUIREMENTS:

Training and Experience:

Possession of the following is required: A valid California Registered Nurse (RN) license issued by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN).  Must possess current Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certification.  Three years of RN case management experience preferred, but previous work experience in clinical capacities will also be considered.   Demonstrate a history of working with the target population, inclusive of cultural competency and sensitivity, including that of persons living with HIV, and the LGBT community.  Experience in chronic disease management, case management, utilization management and quality improvement projects, is preferred.  Experience working with electronic health records, working with EClinical Works preferred. Bilingual in Spanish preferred.

Knowledge of:

A solid knowledge of HIV disease, including natural history, symptoms and treatment.  Knowledge of substance abuse issues and treatment and related sexual risks.

Ability to:

Ability to research, identify and access community referrals.  Demonstrate proficient written documentation skills.  Ability to demonstrate basic skills of risk behavior assessment and motivate patients to modify HIV risk taking behaviors and substance use behaviors.

Demonstrate experience in conducting a psychosocial assessment and/or working individually with clients in a counseling capacity. Ability to provide services in a non-judgmental fashion and work effectively with diverse populations is required as is the ability to maintain records and follow clinical guidelines/protocols.  Must be able to work efficiently and complete tasks with a high degree of accuracy; work and solve problems independently; work flexible hours in order to complete tasks and meet client needs.  Ability to be flexible in handling unanticipated client needs is required.

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

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

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must possess a valid California driver’s license; proof of auto liability insurance; and have the use of a personal vehicle for work related purposes. COVID vaccination and booster is required or medical/religious exemption.

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

To Apply:

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

https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=69613&clientkey=A5559163F67395E0A2585D2135F98806

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Research Assistant

San Francisco, California

Is remote? Yes


Hopelab
CA

Website: https://www.on-ramps.com/jobs/2867

Posted: January 26, 2023

Contact Information

Link to posting: https://jobs.lever.co/hopelab/c38b3505-205f-4cef-932f-85cebd82fa1a

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Youth Coordinator

San Francisco, California

Is remote? No


Hopelab
CA

Website: https://www.on-ramps.com/jobs/2867

Posted: January 26, 2023

Contact Information

Link to posting: https://jobs.lever.co/hopelab/ce8c92ea-756c-491a-a35b-c44b42c46308

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Client Specialist

Visalia, California

Is remote? No


The Source LGBT+ Center
Visalia, CA

Website: http://www.thesourcelgbt.org

Posted: January 6, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Dean Jackson, Program Director, HIV Services
Email: jobs@thesourcelgbt.org
Phone: 559-429-4277

Link to posting: https://www.thesourcelgbt.org/jobs

Job Description

The Source LGBT+ Center’s Client Specialist is responsible for coordinating a range of client-centered services for people living with HIV. They are responsible for advocating for clients, completing client care plans, and biannual reassessments to ensure eligibility and service delivery. The Client Specialist is a key external representative of The Source LGBT+ Center. This position reports to and is under the direction of the HIV Program Manager and HIV Program Director.

Submit your resume and cover letter to: jobs@thesourcelgbt.org

Please include in your cover letter:

‍1. Position you are applying for, and any related experience.
2. Why you want to work with The Source LGBT+ Center.
3. Why you think LGBTQ+ work is important to our community.

***Please include Job Title in Subject line of email***

Deadline: Friday, January 13, 2022

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Trans Program Coordinator

Visalia, California

Is remote? No


The Source LGBT+ Center
Visalia, CA

Website: http://www.thesourcelgbt.org

Posted: January 6, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Erika Hawkyard, Program Director
Email: jobs@thesourcelgbt.org
Phone: 559-429-4277

Link to posting: https://www.thesourcelgbt.org/jobs

Job Description

The Source LGBT+ Center’s Program Coordinator is responsible for the implementation of the programs, ensuring compliance with stated program objectives and deliverables, working with program participants, providing education on LGBTQ+ issues, and engaging in the planning and implementation of events. This position reports to and is under the direction of the Program Manager and Program Director. Transgender and gender non-conforming individuals are highly encouraged to apply!

Job Description Here

Submit your resume and cover letter to: jobs@thesourcelgbt.org

Please include in your cover letter:

‍1. Position you are applying for, and any related experience.
2. Why you want to work with The Source LGBT+ Center.
3. Why you think LGBTQ+ work is important to our community.

***Please include Job Title in Subject line of email***

Deadline: Friday, January 27, 2022

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Executive Assistant to the Executive Director

Boulder, Colorado

Is remote? No


Out Boulder County
Boulder, CO

Website: http://www.outboulder.org

Posted: January 5, 2023

Contact Information

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

Link to posting: https://www.outboulder.org/careers/executive-assistant-to-the-executive-director

Job Description

Title: Executive Assistant to the Executive Director
Hours: 40 hours per week 
Wage: $26.50/hr, non-exempt
Benefits: Vacation, Holidays, Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability, Funded Retirement Plan  
Reports to: Executive Director

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

Description of the Work:
The on-site Executive Assistant role is a new role for Out Boulder County (OBC) and will be an integral team member who supports the Executive Director. They will be responsible for providing high level administrative support to the Executive Director including task and deadline tracking, project coordination, relationship building, calendar management and internal and external communications. 

Executive Assistant Summary of Duties 

  • Develop into a highly informed partner able to proactively anticipate the needs of the Executive Director and stakeholders; plus recommend and act to resolve any challenges.

  • Assists the Executive Director and the organization with administrative and operational duties.

  • Provide sophisticated calendar management; including prioritizing inquiries and requests.

  • Maintain a briefing book for the Executive Director containing preparation materials (agendas, memos, bios, donor/grant history, etc.) for meetings and events with sufficient time for advance review.

  • Organize meetings including calls and in-person activities and as requested participate in meetings to take notes or minutes and help with follow-up.

  • Prepare confidential and sensitive documentation and correspondence which may be distributed to various stakeholders and employees.

  • Complete and submit monthly expense reports for the Executive Director (reconciling against credit card transactions).

  • Complete non-routine projects and assignments including creating tracking spreadsheets, research projects, etc.

  • Support building and maintaining Executive Director relationships, including fostering stakeholder relations; sending post-activity thank you notes, and managing proactive outgoing correspondence (congratulatory notes on awards, new jobs, etc.).

  • Provide comprehensive support services to the Executive Director that ensures outstanding internal and external communications and responsiveness conflicts with little guidance.

  • Conduct research and analysis on issues of interest to the Executive Director.

  • Support and manage a high-volume of requests and projects to meet the objectives of the Executive Director and OBC.

  • Prepare and edit correspondence, presentations, reports, and memos.

  • Organize meetings and events for convenings, retreats, various board meetings including Board of Directors, Capital Campaign Committee, and the Honorary Capital Campaign Committee.

  • Maintain quality filing and communications systems including contact management, document management, and archiving.

  • Support Executive Director with donor/funder relations.

  • Other duties as assigned.

Personal Qualities

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

  • 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, is patient, and honest. 

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

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

  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.

Qualifications 

  • 3-5 years of administrative experience, or equivalent life and work experience.

  • Excellent writing and verbal communication skills required.

  • Self-directed with excellent organizational and time management skills with the ability to prioritize conflicting needs, act proactively, follow through promptly and track against multiple deadlines and deliverables.

  • Be detail oriented and committed to accuracy.

  • Technologically adept with strong proficiency in Google Workspace (documents, sheets, calendar, etc.) and Office 365 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and an ability and willingness to learn new technology.

  • Ability to work independently and efficiently.

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

  • Preference for an individual who is bilingual and able to read, write and speak Spanish proficiently.

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

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

To apply please send a resume and cover letter to jobs@outboulder.org with Executive Assistant in the subject line. Applications will no longer be accepted after January 31, 2023.

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Executive Assistant to the Executive Director

Boulder, Colorado

Is remote? No


Out Boulder County
Boulder, CO

Website: http://www.outboulder.org

Posted: December 22, 2022

Contact Information

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

Link to posting: https://www.outboulder.org/careers/executive-assistant-to-the-executive-director

Job Description

Title: Executive Assistant to the Executive Director
Hours: 40 hours per week 
Wage: $26.50/hr, non-exempt
Benefits: Vacation, Holidays, Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability, Funded Retirement Plan  
Reports to: Executive Director

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

Description of the Work:
The on-site Executive Assistant role is a new role for Out Boulder County (OBC) and will be an integral team member who supports the Executive Director. They will be responsible for providing high level administrative support to the Executive Director including task and deadline tracking, project coordination, relationship building, calendar management and internal and external communications. 

Executive Assistant Summary of Duties 

  • Develop into a highly informed partner able to proactively anticipate the needs of the Executive Director and stakeholders; plus recommend and act to resolve any challenges.

  • Assists the Executive Director and the organization with administrative and operational duties.

  • Provide sophisticated calendar management; including prioritizing inquiries and requests.

  • Maintain a briefing book for the Executive Director containing preparation materials (agendas, memos, bios, donor/grant history, etc.) for meetings and events with sufficient time for advance review.

  • Organize meetings including calls and in-person activities and as requested participate in meetings to take notes or minutes and help with follow-up.

  • Prepare confidential and sensitive documentation and correspondence which may be distributed to various stakeholders and employees.

  • Complete and submit monthly expense reports for the Executive Director (reconciling against credit card transactions).

  • Complete non-routine projects and assignments including creating tracking spreadsheets, research projects, etc.

  • Support building and maintaining Executive Director relationships, including fostering stakeholder relations; sending post-activity thank you notes, and managing proactive outgoing correspondence (congratulatory notes on awards, new jobs, etc.).

  • Provide comprehensive support services to the Executive Director that ensures outstanding internal and external communications and responsiveness conflicts with little guidance.

  • Conduct research and analysis on issues of interest to the Executive Director.

  • Support and manage a high-volume of requests and projects to meet the objectives of the Executive Director and OBC.

  • Prepare and edit correspondence, presentations, reports, and memos.

  • Organize meetings and events for convenings, retreats, various board meetings including Board of Directors, Capital Campaign Committee, and the Honorary Capital Campaign Committee.

  • Maintain quality filing and communications systems including contact management, document management, and archiving.

  • Support Executive Director with donor/funder relations.

  • Other duties as assigned.

Personal Qualities

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

  • 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, is patient, and honest. 

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

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

  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.

Qualifications 

  • 3-5 years of administrative experience, or equivalent life and work experience.

  • Excellent writing and verbal communication skills required.

  • Self-directed with excellent organizational and time management skills with the ability to prioritize conflicting needs, act proactively, follow through promptly and track against multiple deadlines and deliverables.

  • Be detail oriented and committed to accuracy.

  • Technologically adept with strong proficiency in Google Workspace (documents, sheets, calendar, etc.) and Office 365 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and an ability and willingness to learn new technology.

  • Ability to work independently and efficiently.

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

  • Preference for an individual who is bilingual and able to read, write and speak Spanish proficiently.

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

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

To apply please send a resume and cover letter to jobs@outboulder.org with Executive Assistant in the subject line. Applications will no longer be accepted after January 31, 2023.

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Trans Programming & Support Coordinator

Boulder, Colorado

Is remote? No


Out Boulder County
Boulder, CO

Website: http://www.outboulder.org

Posted: December 14, 2022

Contact Information

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

Link to posting: https://www.outboulder.org/careers/trans-programming-and-support-coordinator

Job Description

Title: Trans Programming & Support Coordinator
Hours: 40 hours per week 
Wage: $25/hr, non-exempt
Benefits: Personal Time Off, Holidays, Health, Dental, Vision, Disability, Retirement Plan  
Reports to: Deputy Director

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

Description of the Work:
The Trans Programming and Support Coordinator is an integral team member who will work across the organization with all staff members. They will create and coordinate programming for the transgender community and provide leadership to Boulder County Gender Support and our other trans-focused support programming. This position will be involved across the organization to facilitate access for trans people. 

Trans Programming Duties 

  • Serve as staff lead on the Transgender Advisory Committee

  • Coordinate and execute transgender events & programs including but not limited to:

    • Trans Awareness Week

    • Trans & Loved Ones BBQueer

    • Transgender Day of Remembrance

    • Transgiving Celebration

  • Oversee trans-related groups, events, and programs, including volunteer coordination, promotion, and development

  • Serve as primary point of contact to support transgender community members in identifying and accessing program opportunities, services, and resources

  • Coordinate a transgender-oriented booth and programming as part of Boulder County Pride 

  • Maintain program records and data and update the Shared Google Drive to maintain organization-wide information and enable reporting

  • Support grant applications and reporting, including tracking grant deliverables, data, and budget(s)

  • Support other OBC events as needed

  • Other duties as assigned

Boulder County Gender Support Coordination

  • Serve as staff lead with the Boulder County Gender Support Group (BCGS), including 
  • Lead monthly facilitator meetings (held in the evening)

  • Collect & verify monthly facilitator timesheets, and ensure prompt payment to facilitators 

  • Ensure facilitator coverage at support group meetings, sub in for facilitators when necessary 

  • Arrange and participate in trainings for facilitators that promote the emotional and social wellbeing and resilience of the program and group participants, as relevant

  • Communicate with facilitators about OBC events, programs, services, and initiatives

  • Communicate any needs or concerns, including but not limited to: safety of participants, security of premisses, and ethical considerations, related to BCGS to OBC staff

  • Coordinate new facilitator process with input from BCGS facilitators: recruitment, applicant screening, onboarding, communication of OBC policies & procedures 

  • Screen, assess, and address any concerns raised by participants

  • Periodically attend regular BCGS meetings

  • Stay aware of and share information about local resources, especially related to crisis response, and make sure that information is readily available to facilitators during meetings

  • Maintain BCGScoordinator@outboulder.org email address

  • Collect evaluations and maintain records for BCGS group and facilitators 

  • Ensure all BCGS information is accurate and available on the OBC website, other channels, and with partner agencies and organizations

  • Maintain adherence to BCGS & OBC agreements, policies, and procedures

Personal Qualities

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

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

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

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

  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.

Qualifications 

  • Certified as a peer support specialist or willing to become certified (training costs would be covered by OBC), this includes being a mandated reporter

  • Experience with community organizing 

  • Experience working with transgender individuals and/or communities

  • Excellent writing and verbal communication skills required 

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

  • Ability to work independently and efficiently

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

  • Preference for an individual who is bilingual and able to read, write and speak Spanish proficiently

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

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

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

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Youth Program Director

Boulder, Colorado

Is remote? No


Out Boulder County
Boulder, CO

Website: http://www.outboulder.org

Posted: December 14, 2022

Contact Information

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

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

Job Description

Title: Director of Youth Programs
Hours: Full-Time
Wage: $75,000 Annual Salary, Exempt
Benefits: Vacation, Holidays, Medical, Dental, Vision, Sick, Disability, Funded Retirement Plan
Reports to: Deputy Director

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

Position Description: The Director of Youth Programs has overall strategic and operational responsibility for all Youth Programs. The Director of Youth Programs is a key member of the leadership team that drives the overall strategy for Youth Programs and will represent the organization on a local, regional, and national basis while ensuring its ongoing success and impact. The Director of Youth Programs manages all youth programs staff and interns and helps secure and manage program funding. There are aspects of direct services in supporting the health of youth in the program.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement the strategic and expansion plans for LGBTQ+ youth programs.

  • Lead OBC’s advocacy efforts related to LGBTQ+ youth and provide input regarding youth impacts and advocacy initiatives; Ensure the youth voice is heard.

  • Be an advocate and represent youth programs with current and potential donors.

  • Create and manage youth program grants, budgets, and deliverables and prepare information and data that is used for grants and other reporting.

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

  • Manage youth programs staff and create opportunities for staff development.

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

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

  • Follow all local, state and OBC reporting requirements.

  • Adhere to and ensure compliance with OBC youth programs policies; make policy change recommendations.

  • Responsible for the development of daily, weekly, monthly, and annual activities for youth programs and ensure adequate staffing to sustain operations.

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

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

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

  • Oversee survey development and deployment to youth participants to evaluate programs.

  • Evaluate current procedures and practices for accomplishing programmatic and organizational objectives; Implement methods to promote continuous quality improvement.

  • Report to leadership team on goal achievement and programmatic concerns.

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

  • Ensure that the Speaking Out Program is effectively coordinated and documented by program staff.

  • Participate in the Magical Mermaid Scholarship committee and program.

  • Attend required trainings for the organization and acquire necessary certifications, including the mandated reporter certification.

  • Ensure background checks are completed on volunteers working with youth programs.

  • Participate in key events throughout the year, which include some nights and weekends.

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

Personal Qualities:

  • Committed and enthusiastic about Out Boulder County’s mission and programs with knowledge of LGBTQ+ communities and inherent challenges.

  • Effective self-management, self-care, social awareness, and relationship management.

  • Prefers working in a team environment where collaboration is required.

  • Must have strong planning, prioritizing, and organizing skills.

  • Embraces and values diverse perspectives.

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

  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.

Qualifications

  • Minimum of 4 years of youth development experience with youth ages 13-26 required.

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

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

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

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

  • Bilingual Spanish/English preferred.

  • Experience with grant management, reporting, and writing.

  • Excellent writing and verbal communication skills required.

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

  • Ability to lift 50 pounds occasionally for short periods of time, extensive computer work, tolerate interruptions throughout the day.

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

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

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

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Director of Mental Health Services

Denver, Colorado

Is remote? No


The Center on Colfax
Denver, CO

Website: https://lgbtqcolorado.org/

Posted: January 20, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Natalie Zanoni, Chief Operating Officer
Email: info@lgbtqcolorado.org
Phone: 303-733-7743

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

Job Description

Job Type: Full-time
 
Description: The Director of Mental Health Services, in coordination with the Chief Operating Officer, is responsible for the development and facilitation of the new Mental Health Services Program at the Center on Colfax. This includes the development of policies and procedures, support groups, and individual counseling services, the recruitment and supervision of master’s level interns, and the management of the day-to-day operations of the program. The Director of Mental Health Services will work with the community and other community-serving organizations to guide the creation of programs, services, and referral resources. This position works closely with all Center staff including Senior Management. 
 

Duties and Responsibilities: 

Specific duties include, but are not limited, to the following. 

  • Provide management for daily operations of the clinical program 
  • Develop policies and procedures to ensure quality services for clients and accountability for staff and interns 
  • Provide ongoing assessment and evaluation of the clinical program to ensure that client needs, agency standards and funding requirements are met 
  • Maintain documentation, client files, and reporting metrics as required by agency policies and funding sources 
  • Manage clients and outcome tracking in client database 
  • Working with program staff to develop crisis response procedures and respond to ongoing community needs. 
  • Use outcome data to manage staff and program performance 
  • Monitor trends and make informed decisions regarding service provisions 
  • Collaborate with administrative staff in grant writing and reporting 
  • Prioritize the use of best and evidence-based practices, including the researching of programming trends and current practices utilized in other jurisdictions 
  • Develop knowledge of and relationships with community service providers to facilitate appropriate referrals and effective community response to client situations and needs
  • Locate external resources and coordinate the delivery or transfer of service provision for complex client situations 
  • Develop and facilitate a community advisory group to assist program and service development 
  • Maintain a steady case load of individual therapy clients 
  • Provide clinically focused support groups based on community needs and interests       
  • Work closely with community agencies to coordinate and facilitate services for clients 
  • Build community relationships for collaboration, program promotion, referral sources and resources 
  • Other duties as assigned
Requirements

  

  • Master’s degree in social work, psychology, counseling, or related field
  • Licensed clinician in a respective discipline: LCSW, LPC, LMFT, LAC- preferred
  • Professional, non-profit experience and willingness to work as part of a collaborative team. 
  • Professional experience with the LGBTQ community preferred
  • Excellent communications and interpersonal skills
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and/or ability to learn new computer skills as needed. 
  • Experience with database/data platforms; Salesforce preferred
  • Able to pass The Center's pre-employment screening process

Working Conditions: 

  • Responsible for the safety and security of both the physical location and online platforms 
  • Work in hybrid, physical and virtual environment as necessary  
  • Evening and weekend work required; 2-3 evenings per week. 
  • May work in outside areas 
  • Occasional lifting to 35 lbs.; Reasonable accommodation available 
  • Frequent giving, receiving, and analyzing of information. 
  • Frequent talking, writing, walking, standing, bending, and stooping.  
  • Frequent use of computers, standard office equipment and Microsoft office suite and      Salesforce 
  • May involve some travel in and around the Denver Metro Area  
  • Expected to work extended hours as needed  
  • Must be available to work PrideFest on the fourth weekend every June 

Disclaimer: 

This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, requirements or working conditions. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current position, leadership reserves the right to revise the job or to require additional or different tasks be performed as assigned. Additional duties as assigned. 

How To Apply: Please apply thorough The Center’s online career website (link) and include a cover letter summarizing your skillsets and desire to work at The Center.

Benefits include: PTO, Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Life Insurance, Short term disability,?Long?term disability, and 403(b)

Closing Date: Until the position is filled

For more information on The Center on Colfax, visit our website at The Center on Colfax - LGBTQ Colorado

The Center on Colfax is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. The Center that believes in developing and supporting a diverse workforce. 

Salary Description
$65,000-$70,000/year
 

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Director of Mental Health Services

Denver, Colorado

Is remote? No


The Center on Colfax
Denver, CO

Website: https://lgbtqcolorado.org/

Posted: January 11, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Natalie Zanoni, Chief Operating Officer
Email: nzanoni@glbtcolorado.org

Link to posting: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/Recruiting/Jobs/Details/1464350

Job Description

Director of Mental Health Services
 
Job Type: Full-time
 
Description

The Director of Mental Health Services, in coordination with the Chief Operating Officer, is responsible for the development and facilitation of the new Mental Health Services Program at the Center on Colfax. This includes the development of policies and procedures, support groups, and individual counseling services, the recruitment and supervision of master’s level interns, and the management of the day-to-day operations of the program. The Director of Mental Health Services will work with the community and other community-serving organizations to guide the creation of programs, services, and referral resources. This position works closely with all Center staff including Senior Management. 

Duties and Responsibilities: 

Specific duties include, but are not limited, to the following. 

  • Provide management for daily operations of the clinical program 
  • Develop policies and procedures to ensure quality services for clients and accountability for staff and interns 
  • Provide ongoing assessment and evaluation of the clinical program to ensure that client needs, agency standards and funding requirements are met 
  • Maintain documentation, client files, and reporting metrics as required by agency policies and funding sources 
  • Manage clients and outcome tracking in client database 
  • Working with program staff to develop crisis response procedures and respond to ongoing community needs. 
  • Use outcome data to manage staff and program performance 
  • Monitor trends and make informed decisions regarding service provisions 
  • Collaborate with administrative staff in grant writing and reporting 
  • Prioritize the use of best and evidence-based practices, including the researching of programming trends and current practices utilized in other jurisdictions 
  • Develop knowledge of and relationships with community service providers to facilitate appropriate referrals and effective community response to client situations and needs
  • Locate external resources and coordinate the delivery or transfer of service provision for complex client situations 
  • Develop and facilitate a community advisory group to assist program and service development 
  • Maintain a steady case load of individual therapy clients 
  • Provide clinically focused support groups based on community needs and interests       
  • Work closely with community agencies to coordinate and facilitate services for clients 
  • Build community relationships for collaboration, program promotion, referral sources and resources 
  • Other duties as assigned
Requirements

  

  • Master’s degree in social work, psychology, counseling, or related field
  • Licensed clinician in a respective discipline: LCSW, LPC, LMFT, LAC- preferred
  • Professional, non-profit experience and willingness to work as part of a collaborative team. 
  • Professional experience with the LGBTQ community preferred
  • Excellent communications and interpersonal skills
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and/or ability to learn new computer skills as needed. 
  • Experience with database/data platforms; Salesforce preferred
  • Able to pass The Center's pre-employment screening process

Working Conditions: 

  • Responsible for the safety and security of both the physical location and online platforms 
  • Work in hybrid, physical and virtual environment as necessary  
  • Evening and weekend work required; 2-3 evenings per week. 
  • May work in outside areas 
  • Occasional lifting to 35 lbs.; Reasonable accommodation available 
  • Frequent giving, receiving, and analyzing of information. 
  • Frequent talking, writing, walking, standing, bending, and stooping.  
  • Frequent use of computers, standard office equipment and Microsoft office suite and      Salesforce 
  • May involve some travel in and around the Denver Metro Area  
  • Expected to work extended hours as needed  
  • Must be available to work PrideFest on the fourth weekend every June 

Disclaimer: 

This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, requirements or working conditions. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current position, leadership reserves the right to revise the job or to require additional or different tasks be performed as assigned. Additional duties as assigned. 

How To Apply: Please apply thorough The Center’s online career website (link) and include a cover letter summarizing your skillsets and desire to work at The Center.

Benefits include: PTO, Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Life Insurance, Short term disability,?Long?term disability, and 403(b)

Closing Date: January 24th 2023

For more information on The Center on Colfax, visit our website at The Center on Colfax - LGBTQ Colorado

The Center on Colfax is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. The Center that believes in developing and supporting a diverse workforce. 

Salary Description
$65,000-$70,000/year

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Director of Mental Health Services

Denver, Colorado

Is remote? No


The Center on Colfax
Denver, CO

Website: https://lgbtqcolorado.org/

Posted: January 4, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Erin Gillette, HR Consultant
Email: egillette.crt@lgbtqcolorado.org
Phone: 303-223-5565

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

Job Description

Position Type: Full time, Exempt 

Pay Range: $65,000-$70,000 annually, based on qualifications and experience 

Benefits include: PTO, Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Life Insurance, Short term disability, Long term disability, and 403(b)

Reports To: Chief Operating Officer

General Description:   

The Director of Mental Health Services, in coordination with the Chief Operating Officer, is responsible for the development and facilitation of the new Mental Health Services Program at the Center on Colfax. This includes the development of policies and procedures, support groups, and individual counseling services, the recruitment and supervision of master’s level interns, and the management of the day-to-day operations of the program. The Director of Mental Health Services will work with the community and other community-serving organizations to guide the creation of programs, services, and referral resources. This position works closely with all Center staff including Senior Management.

Duties and Responsibilities: 

Specific duties include, but are not limited, to the following.

  • Provide management for daily operations of the clinical program 
  • Develop policies and procedures to ensure quality services for clients and accountability for staff and interns 
  • Provide ongoing assessment and evaluation of the clinical program to ensure that client needs, agency standards and funding requirements are met 
  • Maintain documentation, client files, and reporting metrics as required by agency policies and funding sources 
  • Manage clients and outcome tracking in client database 
  • Working with program staff to develop crisis response procedures and respond to ongoing community needs.
  • Use outcome data to manage staff and program performance 
  • Monitor trends and make informed decisions regarding service provisions 
  • Collaborate with administrative staff in grant writing and reporting 
  • Prioritize the use of best and evidence-based practices, including the researching of programming trends and current practices utilized in other jurisdictions 
  • Develop knowledge of and relationships with community service providers to facilitate appropriate referrals and effective community response to client situations and needs    
  • Locate external resources and coordinate the delivery or transfer of service provision for complex client situations 
  • Develop and facilitate a community advisory group to assist program and service development 
  • Maintain a steady case load of individual therapy clients 
  • Provide clinically focused support groups based on community needs and interests  
  • Work closely with community agencies to coordinate and facilitate services for clients 
  • Build community relationships for collaboration, program promotion, referral sources and resources 
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications: 

  • Master’s degree in social work, psychology, counseling, or related field
  • Licensed clinician in a respective discipline: LCSW, LPC, LMFT, LAC- preferred
  • Professional, non-profit experience and willingness to work as part of a collaborative team. 
  • Professional experience with the LGBTQ community preferred
  • Excellent communications and interpersonal skills
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and/or ability to learn new computer skills as needed.  
  • Experience with database/data platforms; Salesforce preferred  
  • Able to pass a criminal history background check

Working Conditions:  

  • Responsible for the safety and security of both the physical location and online platforms 
  • Work in hybrid, physical and virtual environment as necessary  
  • Evening and weekend work required 
  • May work in outside areas 
  • Occasional lifting to 35 lbs.; Reasonable accommodation available 
  • Frequent giving, receiving, and analyzing of information. 
  • Frequent talking, writing, walking, standing, bending, and stooping.  
  • Frequent use of computers, standard office equipment and Microsoft office suite and Salesforce 
  • May involve some travel in and around the Denver Metro Area  
  • Expected to work extended hours as needed  
  • Must be available to work PrideFest on the fourth weekend every June 

 Disclaimer: 

This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, requirements or working conditions. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current position, leadership reserves the right to revise the job or to require additional or different tasks be performed as assigned. Additional duties as assigned. 

How To Apply: Please apply thorough The Center’s online career website (link below) and include a cover letter summarizing your skillsets and desire to work at The Center.

https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/All/0c61d6c3-4874-41fd-8b78-e63b9b14287d/The-Center-on-Colfax

Closing Date: January 24th 2023

For more information on The Center on Colfax, visit our website at The Center on Colfax - LGBTQ Colorado

The Center on Colfax is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. The Center that believes in developing and supporting a diverse workforce. 

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Executive Director

Rehoboth Beach, Delaware

Is remote? No


CAMP Rehoboth Community Center
Rehoboth, DE

Website: https://www.camprehoboth.com/

Posted: January 19, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Tony Paskauskas, Chief Operating Officer (Cooper Coleman LLC)
Phone: 3123809384

Link to posting: https://www.coopercoleman.com/current-searches

Job Description

About CAMP Rehoboth

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

 

 

Position Summary

The Executive Director (ED) is responsible for leading CAMP Rehoboth (CAMP) toward achieving its mission while ensuring effective and sustainable operations. The ED implements the strategic plan of CAMP Rehoboth and other policies of the Board of Directors in support of the organization’s mission and goals while leading the organization's fundraising, administration, facilities management, advocacy, and program oversight. In partnership with the Board, the ED also supports Board development and strategic planning and has ultimate responsibility for achieving annual and long-term fundraising goals. The ED is responsible for providing internal leadership and overseeing all aspects of the organization’s staffing function, including key volunteers who staff programs. The ED also represents the organization to external constituencies, including funders, donors, elected officials, and the general public. 

CAMP Rehoboth is a community-centered organization that relies on critical volunteer support throughout the year. A crucial aspect of this role is openly and meaningfully communicating with and engaging the Board, staff members, volunteers, and community members of all identities.

CAMP’s next Executive Director is a charismatic, engaging leader with a passion for building community and making genuine connections. This is a considerable and consequential leadership role and one on whom members will rely to build upon its history and lift up the community for years to come.

 

 

Essential Job Functions

Management and Administration 

  • Lead the implementation of the organization’s strategic plans and institutional policies and procedures, with appropriate Board and staff participation
  • Oversee the day-to-day operation of CAMP Rehoboth and its facilities
  • Monitor and evaluate achievement of all organizational goals and objectives, continuously aligning operational capacity with strategic priorities
  • Provide leadership and support to all staff and key volunteers
  • Ensure programs and service delivery meet projected outcomes and remain in compliance with state and/or federal requirements in support of CAMP’s mission and strategic plan
  • Ensure the consistency, quality, viability, and relevance of programs that complement the organization and enhance the community
  • Ensure all necessary administrative and operational systems are in place to support effective operations and sustainability
  • Ensure compliance with local, state, and federal laws and regulations

Leadership and Advocacy

  • Support the development of strategic plans in conjunction with the Board and staff
  • Translate and execute CAMP’s mission and strategic plan into concrete, financially viable initiatives and programs
  • Ensure CAMP Rehoboth’s position as a visible, trusted resource in the local and state communities
  • Position CAMP as a leader among LGBTQ+ community organizations by delivering innovative programs and resources that reflect the full diversity and uniqueness of its constituents + community
  • Actively engage and energize CAMP Rehoboth’s broad range of constituents and stakeholders, ensuring inclusion and representation of all LGBTQ+ voices
  • Promote an organizational culture that embraces equal rights and fair treatment
  • Develop community-based partnerships and coalitions to advocate for safety, acceptance, inclusion, and education around LGBTQ+ issues
  • Keep abreast of trends and opportunities in relevant fields and integrate new information into programming as appropriate

 Staff Development and Supervision

  • Ensure sound human resource policies and practices are in place to maintain a climate that attracts, retains, and motivates a diverse, top-quality team of staff, interns, and volunteers
  • Ensure orientation of staff, interns, and volunteers to policies and organizational mission, philosophy, and regulations
  • Develop and mentor staff to achieve program and organizational goals while enabling professional and personal growth that fosters job satisfaction
  • Ensure proper staffing and supervision of both paid and volunteer positions through effective recruiting and hiring, training and professional development, management, evaluation, and termination practices
  • Oversee the proper maintenance of personnel practices and records in accordance with state and federal laws
  • Ensure proper coordination with outside vendors for payroll, insurance, and HR benefits

 Board Development 

  • Develop agendas in partnership with the Board President and produce supporting materials for Board (and committee) meetings
  • Support the Board in executing its governance responsibilities by keeping Board members fully informed of and advised about relevant issues through ongoing communication as well as monthly and annual written reports
  • Support Board development efforts—including education, Board recruitment, and Board orientation—that ensure the Board and Board leadership include a diverse representation of constituents and stakeholders in keeping with the strategic plan
  • Attend Board meetings and (as appropriate) committee meetings

 Financial and Information Systems Management

  • In partnership with the Board and staff, develop an operating budget aligned with strategic goals and ensure the ongoing financial health of the organization
  • Revise, enhance, and, where necessary, design rigorous financial policies, controls, and protocols to be recommended to the Board for adoption and implementation
  • Evaluate, oversee, and maintain sound financial practices and systems to manage day-to-day financial operations
  • Ensure the regular preparation and presentation of financial statements to the Board
  • Oversee systems of financial reporting and monitoring, including proper tracking of records, data, statistics, accounting processes, and profitability metrics for events and rentals
  • Ensure the proper filing of all required registrations, certificates, and legal documents
  • In collaboration with the finance committee, review and ensure accuracy of financial statements and schedules, including the annual audit and relevant tax filings
  • Oversee activities of outsourced accounting firm and vendors
  • Ensure the evaluation, maintenance, and upgrades (as needed) of IT infrastructure and systems, including the donor database

 Fundraising and Community Relations 

  • Raise money to support and expand CAMP programs; responsibility for growing and diversifying CAMP’s donor base to expand the organization’s financial capacity
  • As the executive leader and chief fundraiser for CAMP, oversee all fundraising strategies and execution to achieve annual fundraising goals
  • In partnership with the Board and Development Manager, create, maintain, and implement a development plan to identify funding sources, diversify funding streams, and achieve strategic goals
  • Regularly analyze past and current fundraising performance to plan for and establish annual and multi-year fundraising goals
  • Oversee the organization’s annual fundraising campaign and activities, including individual giving, corporate giving, grant writing and reporting, and the planning and implementation of fundraising events executed by staff, volunteers, and outsourced producers
  • In partnership with the Development Manager and Board members, identify, cultivate, nurture, and maintain relationships with a broad array of donors to build individual giving, major donor, and planned giving programs
  • Assure the effectiveness and maintenance of fundraising and donation processing systems and databases
  • Ensure compliance with grant requirements for the use of funds awarded to CAMP Rehoboth, as well as the accuracy and timeliness of reports back to the grantor
  • Partner with the Board in developing and implementing marketing efforts to enhance organizational visibility
  • Serve as chief spokesperson for the organization, responsible for representing and articulating CAMP Rehoboth’s mission and vision as well as the organization’s approach to media coverage of equal rights and LGBTQ+ issues
  • Responsible for budget, staff, production, and resource oversight of CAMP’s magazine, Letters from CAMP Rehoboth, and all communication components associated with the organization, including website, social media accounts, print and digital collateral, and other development informational materials
  • Develop and maintain strategic alliances with community leaders, elected officials, and other community organizations
  • Develop and maintain collaborative partnerships with members, volunteers, funders, other community organizations, and various service providers such as regional health systems, foundations, and social service agencies

 

 

Qualifications

Education + Experience Requirements

  • Minimum of eight to 10 years in nonprofit management/organizational leadership, with the ability to influence and drive organizational evolution in keeping with the mission, strategic goals, and capacity
  • Bachelor’s degree in business, public administration, or a relevant field; equivalent work experience will be considered
  • Management/supervisory experience working with a staff size of three or more

Skills + Competencies

  • Proven experience in financial management with an organization of comparable size and complexity and exceptional skills in budgeting and financial analysis
  • Demonstrated commitment to and proven experience in public policy issues related to equal rights and fair treatment of LGBTQ+ communities
  • Experience in developing and implementing a fundraising strategy/plan, with proven skill in fund development through various techniques (including major donor cultivation, event management, grant writing, institutional partnerships, planned giving, etc.)
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills with a keen ability to cultivate and maintain effective relationships with diverse stakeholders, such as donors, community organizations, local and state officials, and community members
  • Experience in the administration of a community-based membership organization
  • Experience in building, managing, and motivating staff and volunteers
  • Exceptional written and oral communications skills, including the ability to present and speak publicly on relevant issues
  • Demonstrated experience in leveraging, managing, and collaborating with a nonprofit Board of Directors
  • Comfort with technology; ability to enhance systems and work with a variety of software and online applications
  • Willingness to work evenings and weekends as required by the seasonal nature of Rehoboth Beach and the surrounding community

 Attributes of Success

  • Passion for LGBTQ+ issues with a commitment to championing equal rights and fair treatment
  • People-oriented/relationship-based professional with the ability to create a connected community among those who identify as LGBTQ+ and the broader community
  • Personal commitment to community-building with a keen understanding and embrace of all identities represented throughout
  • Creativity and flexibility in aligning strategic goals with organizational capacity
  • Decisive yet diplomatic and inclined to employ process, collaboration, and teamwork to achieve results
  • Ability to motivate, inspire, and empower others, as well as to appropriately delegate to achieve efficiency and effectiveness
  • Entrepreneurial energy with proven business acumen and affinity for the mission
  • Solution-oriented approach with exceptional organizational skills
  • Roll-up-your-sleeves mentality; willingness and desire to be in the trenches alongside staff and community volunteers as necessary

 

 

 

Reporting Relationships

The Executive Director reports to the President of the Board of Directors and has the following supervisory responsibilities: 

  • Chief Operating Officer*
  • Administrative Assistant*
  • Communications Manager
  • Development Manager
  • Financial Assistant
  • Health + Wellness Manager (vacant)
    • Health + Wellness Specialist
    • Volunteer HIV Testing Staff
  • Youth Peer Leader
  • Editor, Letters**
  • Ad Sales, Letters**

* Indicates proposed position, not yet approved

** Indicates non-staff contractor

Bold indicates direct report

 

 

Compensation + Benefits

The salary range for this position is $110,000-$125,000.

A competitive benefits package is provided, including, but not limited to:

  • Health, hospitalization, dental, and vision insurance
  • Short-and long-term disability insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Contribution of up to 3% of each employee’s salary into a SEP IRA retirement plan; eligibility begins after one full year of employment
  • Professional development opportunities
  • CAMP leadership encourages a healthy work-life balance and supports flexible and remote work opportunities

As a reflection of our firm’s commitment to equity and equal pay for all, Cooper Coleman requires that salary ranges or salary starting points be published for every search we conduct. The practice of not posting salaries perpetuates the gender and racial wage gap and discriminates against women, people of color, and other historically excluded populations by causing individuals to negotiate from a disadvantaged starting point.

 

 

Location

This position is located in Rehoboth Beach, DE, and requires the successful candidate to reside in or relocate to the area. A relocation stipend will be included at the time of offer if the chosen candidate resides outside the area. Relocation to the area is expected within a reasonable time following acceptance of an employment offer.

 

 

EEO + Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

CAMP Rehoboth is an Equal Opportunity employer and actively seeks to hire and mentor a workforce that reflects the clients and communities CAMP Rehoboth serves.

CAMP Rehoboth is committed to the principles of equal employment. We are committed to complying with all federal, state, and local laws providing equal employment opportunities and all other employment laws and regulations.

CAMP maintains a work environment free of harassment, discrimination, or retaliation because of age (40 and older), race, marital status, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy (including childbirth, lactation, and related medical conditions), physical or mental disability, genetic information (including testing and characteristics), veteran status, uniformed service member status, status as a victim of "domestic violence," a "sexual offense," or "stalking" (as those terms are defined by state law), employment status, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local laws.

CAMP is dedicated to the fulfillment of this policy in regard to all aspects of employment, including but not limited to recruiting, hiring, placement, transfer, training, promo on, rates of pay, and other compensation, termination, and all other terms, conditions, and privileges of employment.

 

 

Background Checks

Before sending your resume for this position, please read it over for accuracy. Cooper Coleman verifies its candidates' employment and academic credentials at the time of offer, and our clients frequently conduct comprehensive civil and criminal background checks before finalizing an offer.  

 

 

Submission Instructions (read carefully)

 Cooper Coleman is leading this search on behalf of CAMP Rehoboth. To apply, please visit this link (www.coopercoleman.com/current-searches). Inquiries and nominations of qualified candidates can be sent to:

Johnny Cooper

johnny@coopercoleman.com

Kindly use the position title as the subject line of your email. All inquiries will be held in confidence.

A cover letter is not required with your initial application but is welcomed to help us understand your fitness for this role during our initial evaluation. Candidates invited for interviews will be asked to provide a thoughtful letter of interest indicating their specific qualifications for the opportunity, desire to join CAMP Rehoboth, and connection to its mission.

Cooper Coleman LLC is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all qualified candidates and will refer candidates without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation or identity, age, ability, veteran status, or any other legally protected basis.

 

 

About Rehoboth Beach

The Nation’s Summer Capital

Rehoboth Beach is a one-square-mile community located in the mid-Atlantic region and is the largest beach resort in the state of Delaware. Known as the “Nation’s Summer Capital,” the town was historically branded as the getaway of choice for beachgoers from the Washington, D.C. area, including President Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden, regular visitors to their vacation home in the North Shores community of Rehoboth Beach. Today, the beach town hosts visitors from all over the country—indeed, from around the globe—and Rehoboth Beach has become a year-round vacation destination. See a brief video glimpse of Rehoboth Beach, created by the Chamber of Commerce.

Along with the sand, surf, and Boardwalk, the Rehoboth Beach area is the Restaurant Capital of Delaware, with dozens of gay-owned and operated restaurants among the more than 100 choices for gourmet dining, casual eateries, and beach fries + taffy. With elegant, sophisticated cuisine, fresh seafood, and fabulous casual dining, Rehoboth Beach has it all.

From runway fashions and designer t-shirts to flip-flops and swimsuits, the Rehoboth Beach area has it all. Visitors and residents enjoy tax-free shopping at over 200 boutique apparel stores, unique gift shops, art galleries, and outlet stores. From the signature stores along Rehoboth Avenue, the commercial area branches out to Beautiful Baltimore Avenue and Wonderful Wilmington Avenue—a spectacular shopper's triangle—high fashion sunglasses, swimsuits, shoes, sensational clothing, LGBTQ gear, gifts, accessories, home decor, and of course, beach balls and boogie Boards.

History of Rehoboth

The earliest settlers in this area were Native Americans who traveled to the beach in the summer months to enjoy the cool breezes and abundant seafood. Between 1650 and 1675, English and Dutch settlers put down roots here as the area became home to farmers and members of William Penn's earliest legislatures. Later, settlers participated in the American Revolutionary War.

According to information from the Rehoboth Beach Historical Society and Museum, in 1872, Rev. Robert W. Todd of St. Paul's M.E. Church in Wilmington visited a religious camp meeting on the Jersey Shore. He soon pursued the idea of starting a camp on the Delaware coast. In 1873, on 414 acres purchased from local farmers, the Rehoboth Camp Meeting Association was formed.

In 1891, Delaware's General Assembly established the territory as a municipality, naming it Henlopen City. In 1891, it was renamed Rehoboth Beach.

The Boardwalk, now a mile long, was originally built in 1873 on high ground between the beach and Surf Avenue, which ran the full length of the oceanfront; many storms have changed the configuration over the years. In 1879, the original Henlopen Hotel was built on the site now occupied by a hotel of the same name.

In 1925, a paved highway was completed from Georgetown to Rehoboth Beach. It helped link the resort with the paved roads connecting Washington, D.C., and many legislators, diplomats, and government employees began to visit and vacation here. It wasn't long before Rehoboth Beach came to be known as the "Nation's Summer Capital."

From its beginnings as a spiritual center to the public's embrace of the seacoast as a mecca for leisure activity, Rehoboth Beach has developed as a close-knit seaside town. Downtown Rehoboth Beach came of age in the era of Victorian influences and has continued to evolve through the generations. Both Rehoboth's residential and commercial areas, despite their growth and maturation, have retained the warm, friendly charm and ambiance that reflect Rehoboth Beach's historic past.

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Grant Writer and Administrator

Florida

Is remote? Yes


CenterLink, The Community of LGBT Centers
Fort Lauderdale, FL

Website: https://www.lgbtcenters.org

Posted: January 9, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Amhir Hidalgo, Senior Director of Development
Email: amhir@lgbtcenters.org

Job Description

Position: Grant Writer and Administrator

Classification:  Full-Time, Exempt 

Date:  February/March 2023

Reports to: Senior Director of Development 

Location: Remote 

Overview: 

The purpose of the Grant Writer is to conduct research, assess mission matches for available grants, write, create, and assemble grant requests, and represent the agency at grant presentations. The Grant Writer and Administrator is expected to maintain a calendar of submissions and report deadlines. The Grant Writer and Administrator may be required to maintain a calendar of expected progress reports and coordinate writing timely and accurate reports for awarded grants. This position reports to the Senior Director of Development and works in partnership with program staff, directors, and stakeholders and directly with community members of diverse backgrounds. This is a full-time, exempt position.

Job Description:

  • Research funding opportunities that align with the short-term and long-term funding needs and goals of the agency. Agency’s annual budget is approximately $4 million.
  • Communicate the agency’s mission and programs to potential funders while maintaining proprietary organizational information and client confidentiality.
  • Conduct the full range of activities required to prepare, submit, and manage grant proposals to federal, state, local, and private foundation funding sources.
  • Maintain a calendar of submissions and other deadlines to ensure timely submission of letters of inquiry, proposal deadlines, and reports.
  • Ensure agency compliance with all grant requirements.
  • Keeps grant policies and procedures current and accurate for auditors and reviewers.
  • Maintain and update CenterLink’s external grant opportunities posting page.
  • Prioritize multiple grant opportunities to ensure multiple proposals proceed in a timely manner.
  • Manage supplemental material required for proposals.
  • Design and incorporate strategic planning with each program on the narrative and budget that produces results and solutions to identified needs.
  • Generate revenue for programs through timely submission of well-researched, well-written, and well-documented grant proposals.
  • Compile data, prepare reports, success stories, and other relevant information for programs.
  • Create and maintain up-to-date language regarding CenterLink and its programs and services.
  • Develop and maintain collections of current research, statistics, and citations regarding the populations served by LGBTQ community centers for use in grant proposal submissions and other Development communications.
  • Ensure grant compliance, and assist with grant proposal development, annual accreditation, and agency representation at foundation and funder in-person and virtual meetings and events.
  • Participate in staff meetings, planning meetings, and other meetings as needed
  • Other duties as assigned.

Experience:

  • At least four years of experience in successful grant writing.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in English, journalism or a related writing-intensive field preferred. Equivalent experience will be considered.
  • Proficiency in working with computers and Microsoft Office database systems, and social media tools.
  • Flexibility to work evenings and weekends as required.
  • Passion for CenterLink’s mission and work to create spaces where LGBTQ people thrive.
  • Experience and/or knowledge of working with the LGBTQ+ community and familiarity with issues relevant to LGBTQ+ people.
  • Experience working in deadline-driven environments.
  • Strong narrative and math skills for grant budgeting
  • A successful, proven track record in setting priorities, information delivery, and time management.
  • Understanding of contract requirements management, including activity design and data collection, to ensure compliant contract expectations.
  • Highly organized, wearing multiple hats in an ambiguous and fast-moving environment.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with people of diverse races, ethnicities, nationalities, sexual orientations, gender identities, socio-economic backgrounds, religions, ages, English-speaking abilities, immigration status, and physical abilities in an intersectional environment.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Handle a variety of special projects and other related duties, as assigned

Additional Experience, but not required:

  • Extra bonus for those who have experience writing and managing government and health-related grants (NIH, HRSA, CDC)

 Salary and Benefits: 

Your total compensation goes beyond the number on your paycheck. CenterLink provides generous leave, health plans, life insurance, flex spending accounts, remote work expense stipend, and retirement contributions that add to your bottom line. In addition, this position allows for a flexible schedule and remote-work accommodation. We also commit to investing in and supporting our amazing people to grow their careers with us.

Location:

This position is a remote position.

How to Apply:

If you’re interested in joining our team, please submit the following via email with the subject line “Application for Grant Writer/Administrator” to careers@LGBTcenters.org by February 28:

  • A cover letter describing your interest in CenterLink
    • Include how your experience has prepared you for this role
  • Your resume

People of color and those who identify within the trans community are strongly encouraged to apply for this position.

No calls or agencies, please.

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

About CenterLink:

Mission:  CenterLink strengthens, supports, and connects LGBTQ community centers.

Vision: CenterLink envisions flourishing LGBTQ centers that nurture thriving, healthy, safe communities.

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

Serving over 300 LGBTQ community centers across the country in 48 states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia, as well as centers in Canada, China, Uganda, and Australia CenterLink, assists newly forming community centers and helps strengthen existing LGBTQ centers through networking opportunities for center leaders, peer-based technical assistance and training, and a variety of capacity building services. We base our efforts on the belief that LGBTQ community centers are primary change agents in the national movement working toward the liberation and empowerment of LGBTQ people. Serving over 2 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.

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 in order to strengthen and build a unified center movement.

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imi Youth Social Media Specialist

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Is remote? Yes


CenterLink
Fort Lauderdale, FL

Posted: January 5, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Deborah Levine, Chief Program Officer
Email: careers@lgbtcenters.org

Job Description

Position:  imi Youth Social Media Specialist

Classification: Stipend position, Part-Time, approx. 6 hours per week

Overview: The imi Youth Social Media Specialist will be responsible for the social media presence of imi (https://imi.guide/). imi (eye-me) is a free, digital, research-backed, mental health tool developed by Hopelab in partnership with CenterLink, the It Gets Better Project, and hundreds of LGBTQ+ young people across the U.S. imi supports and helps LGBTQ+ teens explore and affirm their identity and learn practical ways to cope with sexual and gender minority stress that are helpful, relevant, inclusive, and joyful.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Create and publish content (posts, Reels, and Stories) for the imi.guide Instagram account using imi website content, partner social media content, and original content (reviewed by supervisor)
  • Ensure that content engages followers by using polls, questions, quizzes, and other strategies; reply to DMs and inquiries, and interact with partner accounts/content
  • Boost popular content.
  • Identify and work with content creators and influencers to develop original content that raises awareness of imi; manage process of engaging, orienting, and compensating creators
  • Support the imi team in identifying additional social media platforms on which to establish a presence and help develop that presence
  • Align all work with imi marketing guidelines and imi’s content and purpose
  • Other duties as assigned

Skills and Competencies:

  • High proficiency with social media platforms, specifically Instagram and Facebook
  • Proficiency with Canva or other compatible online graphic design tool
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, email and internet applications (Later is the tool we use for scheduling posts)
  • Good verbal and written communication skills, including organizational, detail, and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to be a self-starter, but also work as a member of a team
  • Knowledge of LGBTQ+ youth issues, high sense of responsibility and commitment to improving the lives of LGBTQ+ youth
  • Demonstrated commitment to racial equity and elevating communities of color and specifically LGBTQ+ youth of color

Compensation: Stipend of $6,000 for one year (paid quarterly)

Location:

This position is a remote position.

How to Apply:

If you’re interested in joining our team, please submit the following via email with the subject line “Application for imi Youth Social Media Specialist” to careers@lgbtcenters.org by February 13, 2023:

  • One (1) Instagram reel-style 30-60 second video focused on imi.guide and an aspect of it you found helpful
  • Two (2) Instagram static posts focused on queer positivity, identity affirmation, or stress management
  • Links to social media content you’ve created in the past and/or a portfolio
  • Your resume

People of color, those who identify within the trans community, and youth 25 and under are strongly encouraged to apply for this position.

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

About CenterLink:

Our Organization:

Mission:  CenterLink strengthens, supports, and connects LGBTQ community centers.

Vision: CenterLink envisions flourishing LGBTQ centers that nurture thriving, healthy, safe communities.

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

Serving over 300 LGBTQ community centers across the country in 46 states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia, as well as centers in Canada, China, Mexico, Uganda, and Australia, CenterLink assists newly forming community centers and helps strengthen existing LGBTQ centers, through networking opportunities for center leaders, peer-based technical assistance and training, and a variety of capacity building services. We base our efforts on the belief that LGBTQ community centers are primary change agents in the national movement working toward the liberation and empowerment of LGBTQ people. Serving over 2 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.

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 in order to strengthen and build a unified center movement.

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SAGE Miami Outreach Specialist

Miami, Florida

Is remote? No


SAGE USA
New York, NY

Website: http://www.sageusa.org

Posted: December 22, 2022

Contact Information

Link to posting: https://www.sageusa.org/about-us/careers/sage-miami-outreach-specialist/

Job Description

Position Overview

SAGE Miami Services for LGBTQ+ Elders is a new program designed to provide critical support to LGBTQ+ elders in Miami-Dade, with a specific but non-exclusive focus on low-income older adults, to ensure that they have the practical and financial supports they need to live with dignity on a day-to-day basis and that they have social connections and companionship.

The Outreach Specialist will play a crucial role in identifying LGBTQ+ elders in need of case management and stipendiary assistance and engaging elders in the SAGE Miami Services for LGBTQ+ Elders Program. In order to identify and engage more elders in the program, the Outreach Specialist will develop and implement a comprehensive outreach strategy to develop relationships with LGBTQ+ older people and Miami-Dade agencies serving LGBTQ+ older adults. In addition, the Outreach Specialist will work closely with the Care Manager to perform new client intakes and to provide case management, information, and referrals.

As in all of SAGE’s work, this program and position will emphasize collaboration with local providers and partners.

Salary: $22 – $27/hour
Reports to: Care Manager/ Program Coordinator
Status: Part-time/nonexempt
Schedule: Part-time, 20 hours/week, mutually agreed-upon days, Monday-Friday. Schedule adjustments including weekends may occasionally be necessary
Location: Onsite location in Miami, plus travel to various locations within Miami-Dade County, Florida.

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Development Associate

Chicago, Illinois

Is remote? Yes


The GenderCool Project
Highland Park, IL

Website: https://www.gendercool.org

Posted: January 25, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Cicilia Robison, Development Manager
Email: cicilia@gendercool.org
Phone: 4065776509

Link to posting: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/3434051300/

Job Description

ABOUT US

The GenderCool Project is a youth-led, youth-inspired movement with a simple mission: to help replace misinformed opinions with positive, powerful experiences actually meeting transgender and non-binary youth who are thriving. Check out this 2-minute video to see what is so unique about us! http://bit.ly/3d0IbfN

 

ABOUT THE ROLE:

GenderCool’s Development Associate is an essential part of the Fundraising team at GenderCool. The Development Associate will provide extensive fundraising support, with a wide-reaching impact across all key functions including database management, grant research, individual giving, and fundraising event planning. This position will play a collaborative role in developing and implementing systems that increase the quality and efficiency of our work, supporting our ability to grow and expand our mission.

To be successful in this role, you should have experience in a fundraising database, ideally Raiser’s Edge NXT, strong research and writing skills, and event logistics. The Development Associate should have the desire to be part of a rapidly-growing social movement, fueled by the young people whom we call the GenderCool Champions.

Reporting to the Development Manager and collaborating with the Corporate Partnerships and Operations teams, responsibilities include:

 

MAIN FUNCTIONS

  • Database management and support
  • Corporate & Foundation grant research
  • Individual donor research & stewardship
  • All fundraising event coordination and logistics
  • Coordinate and prepare materials for donor meetings
  • Grant Management
  • Miscellaneous

 

Database management and support

  • Manage standard operating procedures and data health for Raiser’s Edge NXT
  • Ensure data from external giving platforms is regularly imported
  • Ensure donor actions and interactions are correctly connected to donor records
  • Support the greater GenderCool team in using the database

 

Corporate & Foundation grant research

  • Research and identify new grant opportunities
  • Perform background research for data points and supporting information for grant proposals
  • Perform background research on foundations and their representatives ahead of meetings with said individuals
  • Work cross departmentally to support data collection and analysis to meet grant reporting requirements

 

Individual donor research & stewardship

  • Prepare materials for donor stewardship, including thank-you notes and newsletter content
  • Perform research on current and prospective donors using ResearchPoint
  • Support scheduling of donor stewardship meetings and outreach

 

All fundraising event coordination and logistics

  • Lead logistical planning for annual fundraising event, including researching and securing appropriate vendors, working with vendors to arrange services, and ensuring that vendors communicate with the Operations team to sign contracts.
  • Preparing day-of assets for the annual fundraising event
  • Lead day-of logistics, including acting as the point of contact for vendors
  • Recruit and train volunteers as appropriate, with support from teammates
  • Post-event follow-up, assessment, and measurement with an eye toward continually calibrating fundraising and development events for optimum success.

 

Coordinate and prepare materials for donor meetings

  • Help to coordinate meetings with current, prospective, and lapsed donors
  • Prepare & present a detailed summary of GenderCool’s relationship to the donor, and their giving priorities to the individuals attending the stewardship meeting
  • Ensure timely followup after donor meetings with any promised materials or resources

 

Grant Management

  • Manage grants calendar and activities function within Raiser’s Edge NXT
  • Support data collection and collation efforts
  • Run reports within Raiser’s Edge NXT to provide relevant information for grant applications and reports

 

Miscellaneous

  • Additional responsibilities and occasional duties as needed to support the organization

 

Skills & Requirements:

 

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
  • 1+ years’ experience in a development role at a nonprofit
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience working with a donor database, ideally Raiser’s Edge
  • Experience with event planning or management
  • Developed research skills
  • Understanding of the LGTBQ+ community, specifically the transgender and/or non-binary community
  • Able to work cross-departmentally
  • Adaptable - able to work/operate on the fly under rapidly changing circumstances
  • Experience supporting youth or youth causes is a big plus
  • Proficient in Word, PowerPoint, and Excel (or similar)
  • Ability to work remotely
  • Light travel required

 

Important Qualities:

 

  • Goal-oriented
  • Self-starter
  • High emotional intelligence, culturally competent, and effective communicator
  • Collaborative and kind-spirited
  • Be deeply dedicated to GenderCool’s mission

 

Role Parameters

  • Remote full-time employee
  • Estimated Time Requirement: 40 hours per week
  • $50,000-$55,000 annually
  • Access to health/vision/dental insurance
  • Ideal start date: March 2023 or earlier
  • Must be located in Mountain, Central or Eastern time zone (GMY-7, GMT-6, GMT-5)

 

 

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT

GenderCool maintains a strong policy of equal opportunity in employment. It is our objective to recruit, hire, and retain the most qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic or status protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

Our equal employment philosophy applies to all aspects of employment, including recruitment, compensation, benefits, training, promotions, transfers, job benefits, and terminations.

We are a welcoming and inclusive organization, so all qualified applicants are encouraged to apply!

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Mental Health Therapist and Case Manager (two separate jobs)

Crawfordsville, Indiana

Is remote? No


Indiana Youth Group
Indianapolis, IN

Website: http://www.indianayouthgroup.org/

Posted: December 12, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Rann DeStefano, Sr. Director of HR and Operations
Phone: 3177301221

Link to posting: https://www.indianayouthgroup.org/employmentandinternships

Job Description

We offer a full benefits package and a great work cutlure. You will be part of our mission to serve youth in Central Indiana which is in it's 35th year.

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Strategic Operations Manager

Northern NM, New Mexico

Is remote? Yes


NewMexicoWomen.Org
Santa Fe, NM, NM

Website: https://newmexicowomen.org/

Posted: December 15, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Gina Montoya, Operations Manager
Email: info@newmexicowomen.org
Phone: 505-750-1732

Link to posting: https://newmexicowomen.org/we-are-hiring-a-strategic-operations-director/

Job Description

Position title: Strategic Operations Director (SOD)

Reports to: Executive Director Location: Central to Northern New Mexico with travel to Santa Fe and statewide

Exempt/Non-exempt status: Exempt, full-time, 32 hours per week

Background NewMexicoWomen.Org

(NMW.O) advances opportunities for self-identified women and girls statewide so they can lead healthy, self-sufficient, and empowered lives. The strategic focus of our work is gender justice and healing. Gender justice encompasses social, environmental, racial, and economic justice issues with an underlying commitment to end patriarchy. Healing, a process of restoring health from an unbalanced or unhealthy state, is a priority because communities statewide emphasized it as both a powerful restorative process and outcome unto itself.

Strategic Goals: • Strengthen the gender justice movement in New Mexico by partnering with organizations primarily led by, or serving self-identified women of color, low-income, immigrant, and rural communities.

• Serve as a hub and resource to amplify the work of those supporting or working towards gender justice and healing at the grassroots level.

• Increase philanthropic investment in organizations working on gender justice and healing for self-identified women and girls in New Mexico.

• Shift the narrative around gender justice, healing, and intersectional feminism in New Mexico.

Summary of Position: 

NewMexicoWomen.Org is seeking an experienced, creative, values-aligned Strategic Operations Director (SOD) to join our growing team. Working with the Executive Director (ED), the SOD will oversee organizational and financial systems, structures, and policies, while supporting the health and vibrancy of NMW.O’s work culture and staff. The SOD will direct all operational, technical, people and culture, and administrative functions.

Principal Roles and Responsibilities Strategic Leadership of Operations:

• Work with Executive Director (ED) and senior leadership to identify and implement strategic priorities, along with organizational, programmatic, and operational needs.

• Oversee coordination of all internal systems and structures, including the standardization of values-aligned operating policies and procedures.

• Direct business operations, including monitoring and approval of vendor contracts, invoicing, and payments, etc.

• Manage the organization in the absence of the Executive Director. Financial Compliance and Oversight:

• Partner with ED and leadership team to craft and review an annual budget.

• Track the financial progress of all programs to ensure budget accuracy and healthy financial margins.

• Work with the finance team to ensure compliance with accounting policies, procedures, and reporting requirements.

• Oversee the annual audit process

Manage grant reporting processes in collaboration with ED and Program team to ensure timeliness and accuracy of all submissions.

Management of People and Culture:

• Identify professional development opportunities for staff in addition to team building, healing, and community care activities.

• Work with ED to oversee and supervise the application of personnel policies and procedures. • Oversee payroll and compensation processes and benefits.

• Work with ED and leadership team to update and implement annual performance management process.

• Work with Operations team to oversee values-aligned hiring processes including job postings and descriptions, and recruitment strategies.

• Supervise staff who manage and coordinate Operations and Resource Development.

• Oversee the onboarding and training of new staff as well as employee exit procedures.

• Ensure that all human resource-related matters are handled appropriately, with a social justice lens, and in compliance with applicable local, state, and federal regulations and laws.

• In collaboration with the ED and Board, update and maintain Employee Handbook with a values-aligned gender and social justice lens.

Required Experience, Education, and Skills:

• Demonstrated success leading and managing the business operations of a nonprofit organization.

• Master’s Degree and/or minimum of 7+ years of direct work experience in operations, administration, and/or people and culture (human resource) management.

• Financial acumen and experience with non-profit financial systems and budgeting processes.

• Highly developed supervisory and management skills with a proven ability to mentor and support staff through transformative leadership and collaborative problem-solving practices.

• Ability to think systemically and strategically, holding the larger vision while attending to the mechanics and details of the operations.

• Excellent analytic and abstract reasoning skills.

• Experience working with a growing nonprofit.

• Ability to anticipate the needs of the organization as they emerge.

• Direct experience working with Windows/Office Suite, and demonstrable experience with various software platforms and ability and willingness to learn new platforms.

• Commitment to healing justice and to inclusive, anti-racist, and intersectional feminist practices and policies.

• In-depth experience working with New Mexico’s diverse communities. Core Competencies:

• High degree of integrity and dependability with a self-driven work style.

• Demonstrated ability to set priorities and multi-task.

• Impactful negotiator, team player, and relationship builder.

• Strong attention to detail.

• Strong critical thinking skills, curiosity, and willingness to learn.

• Excellent communication skills (written and verbal).

• Willingness to address conflicts or issues as they arise

Creativity, humility, humor, kindness, and flexibility.

• Commitment to developing and strengthening relationships with community members, peers, funders, and partners.

• Solid understanding of gender and social justice frameworks and issues in New Mexico.

• Self-reflective approach to work and a willingness to offer and receive feedback in service of professional growth both individually and organizationally.

Working Conditions:

• NMW.O encourages work flexibility to ensure a harmonious work-life balance.

• Employees can work from home and/or at our Santa Fe with agreed-upon expectations, defined goals, and clear communication practices.

• Attendance at in-person meetings and team-building activities in Santa Fe is required for this position.

• This is a year-round position that may require some evening and weekend hours including statewide travel and occasional attendance to local and national conferences.

• Work requires only minor physical exertion and/or physical strain.

• NMW.O staff are encouraged to engage in movement and/or self-care practices throughout the day.

• NMW.O is an equal-opportunity employer that actively seeks a diverse workforce. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender expression, or any other legally protected status. Self-identified women of color, trans, and non-binary people are strongly encouraged to apply.

Compensation:

The salary range for this position is $83,000 - $85,000 for a 32-hour work week, which is considered full-time. NMW.O offers competitive benefits including health, dental and vision insurance, an annual healing and self-care stipend, a retirement plan match, a flexible work schedule, and generous amounts of paid time off. To apply: Send a resume, cover letter, a writing sample, and a list of three references to info@newmexicowomen.org. This position is open until filled.

Disclaimer:

The above information indicates the general nature and level of work performed by this position. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this position. NMW.O has the right to revise this position description at any time. This position description is not a contract of employment and does not alter the employee’s at-will employment status

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Client Support Specialist

Albany, New York

Is remote? No


Alliance for Positive Health
Albany, NY

Website: https://www.allianceforpositivehealth.org/

Posted: December 21, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Susan Friedman, Director of Human Resources
Email: sfriedman@alliancefph.org
Phone: 518-322-2031

Link to posting: https://www.allianceforpositivehealth.org/get-involved/careers/

Job Description

Client Support Specialist 

Do you have past personal experience facing barriers and advocating for yourself to get the health care and support you needed? You can use those experiences to help others! Client Support Specialists draw from their own experience to offer peer support, encouragement and strategies to clients who are experiencing challenges in accessing and sustaining the care they need. This Client Support Specialist position will focus on assisting clients, primarily black and Latino men living with HIV or those at-risk, who need assistance navigating social services, re-entry, housing, medical, mental health and/or substance use systems.  

Who we are looking for:  

We are looking for compassionate and engaging individuals who have personal experience with successfully negotiating service delivery systems. In addition to a willingness to share from your own experiences, this position requires documentation, time management, commitment, self-motivation, and effective communication.  

Successful candidates will be able to build trusting, professional relationships with clients, co-workers and external service providers. If you have strong interpersonal and advocacy skills, the Alliance for Positive Health would like to talk to you! 

Client Support Specialist (orientadores)

¿Tiene usted la experiencia personal en enfrentar barreras y abogar por sí mismo para recibir cuidado de salud y el apoyo que necesita? ¡Usted puede usar esa experiencia para ayudar a otros! Client Support Specialist (orientadores) se basan en sus propias experiencias para ofrecer apoyo, ánimo y estrategias a clientes enfrentando obstáculos con el acceso y el mantenimiento del cuidado que ellos necesitan. La posición Peer Navigator se enfocará en asistir a los clientes, principalmente hombres negros y latinos que están viviendo con VIH o aquellos que están a riesgo, quienes necesitan ayuda navegando servicios sociales, reingreso, vivienda, atención médica, servicios de salud mental y/o con sistemas de uso de sustancias.

Estamos en busca de:

Buscamos individuos con devoción y compasivos que tengan experiencia personal en negociar con éxito sistemas de entrega de servicios. Además que tengan voluntad de compartir de sus propias experiencias, esta posición requiere documentación, administración del tiempo, compromiso, auto motivación, y comunicación efectiva.

Candidatos exitosos podrán establecer relaciones de confianza y profesionales con clientes, colegas de trabajo, y proveedores de servicios externos. ¡Si usted tiene habilidades fuertes de mediar e interpersonales, Alliance for Positive Health quiere hablar con usted!

Job Duties:  

  • Use personal disclosure and relating of life experiences to provide support to clients, encourage client engagement in services, and de-stigmatize treatment, testing and/or other service needs. 
  • Assist with targeted outreach. 
  • Assist clients in self-advocacy and self-management skill-building. 
  • Conduct follow up to service plan activities and referrals. 
  • Participate as a member of the service team in regular client case review and case conferences. 
  • Collect, maintain, and report up to date client health indicator, contact, and history data.  Utilize indicator data to address barriers and improve individual health outcomes. 

Qualifications:  

  • High school diploma or GED 
  • Life experiences reflective of those faced by the target population 
  • Bilingual a plus!
  • Familiarity with the region’s services and navigating the systems of care and support 

Other Details: 

Non-exempt; full-time 37.5 hours per week. $20/hour with minimum qualifications.  

Added Perks for our employees:

  • 403(b) with employer contributions
  • Free employee Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Vision
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Employee assistance program
  • Free Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Paid HOLIDAYS
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Hybrid remote work environment (after successfully completing introductory period)
  • Diverse and accepting atmosphere

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

  • A valid, unrestricted driver’s license and a vehicle to travel to designated appointment sites within a multi-county region. 

 

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LGBT Life Services Supervisor

Albany, New York

Is remote? No


Alliance for Positive Health
Albany, NY

Website: https://www.allianceforpositivehealth.org/

Posted: February 3, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Susan Friedman, Director of Human Resources
Email: sfriedman@alliancefph.org
Phone: 518-322-2031

Link to posting: https://www.allianceforpositivehealth.org/get-involved/careers/

Job Description

The LGBT Life Services Supervisor will coordinate all aspects of our North Country LGBTQ Life Services program in accordance with NYS DOH standards. Facilitate the delivery of services, monitor documentation and outcomes per our contract with Health and Human Services funding.

Major Activities:

  1. Incorporate best practices regarding confidentiality into all job duties and communications in accordance with Article 27-F, Alliance for Positive Health policies and procedures and other applicable regulations.
  2. Conduct outreach on-site, on the agency testing van and in venues serving targeted communities to engage the LGBTQ+ community, families and providers in ensuring health disparities are addressed and are linked to supportive service providers. 
  3. Supervise the Community Health Specialist and Peer Support Specialists in their outreach and linkage efforts.
  4. Identify supporting partners in the community to foster healthy nutrition, sexual health, educational opportunities and other Social Determinants of Health.
  5. Provide leadership to department LGBT Life Services staff to facilitate linkage to care, support, and sexual health services.
  6. Coordinate with Capital Region LGBT Life Services manager to develop best practices for service delivery, monitoring and evaluation.
  7. Conduct quality assurance of client files, data collection/submission and implement corrective action as needed.
  8. Provide leadership and skill-building opportunities during monthly team meetings.
  9. Maintain accurate records in accordance with New York state regulations and agency protocols. Maintain documentation and statistics on activities to comply with reporting requirements.
  10. Maintain inventory of risk reduction supplies, communicate supply replenishment needs to supervisor.
  11. Incorporate the Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change into all aspects of service provision.
  12. Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Associate degree in Human Services, Public Health or related field with two years human service experience is preferred. Bachelor's degree preferred.
  • Experience and knowledge of target populations and service systems preferred.
  • Unrestricted driver’s license and a vehicle for travel throughout service region.
  • Ability to work flexible hours as this position requires late night and weekend hours.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

  • Strong interpersonal and communication (oral and written) skills.
  • Strong community liaison skills.
  • Attention to detail; well organized; good time management skills.
  • Ability to maintain professional boundaries within agency and grant guidelines, as well as with clients and external service providers.
  • Ability to interact with people from diverse backgrounds within a climate of mutual respect, inclusion, enrichment, and growth.

Employment Classification:   Non-Exempt; Fulltime 37.5 hours per week (flexibility required, able to work evenings and weekends as needed). Starting salary is $21 an hour with minimum qualifications. 

Equipment Used:  Office equipment (such as computer, cellphone, fax, copy machine, shredder); motor vehicle.

Work Environment:
Work is performed in general office environment and external environments such as community-based organizations, other community locations in designated neighborhoods convenient to target populations.

Physical Demands:

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

 Added Perks for our employees:

  • 403(b) with employer contributions
  • Free employee Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Vision
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Employee assistance program
  • Free Life insurance
  • Generous paid time off
  • Paid Holidays
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Hybrid remote work environment (after successfully completing introductory period)
  • Diverse and accepting atmosphere.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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LGBT Life Services Supervisor

Albany, New York

Is remote? No


Alliance for Positive Health
Albany, NY

Website: https://www.allianceforpositivehealth.org/

Posted: February 3, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Susan Friedman, Director of Human Resources
Email: sfriedman@alliancefph.org
Phone: 518-322-2031

Link to posting: https://www.allianceforpositivehealth.org/get-involved/careers/

Job Description

The LGBT Life Services Supervisor will coordinate all aspects of our North Country LGBTQ Life Services program in accordance with NYS DOH standards. Facilitate the delivery of services, monitor documentation and outcomes per our contract with Health and Human Services funding.

Major Activities:

  1. Incorporate best practices regarding confidentiality into all job duties and communications in accordance with Article 27-F, Alliance for Positive Health policies and procedures and other applicable regulations.
  2. Conduct outreach on-site, on the agency testing van and in venues serving targeted communities to engage the LGBTQ+ community, families and providers in ensuring health disparities are addressed and are linked to supportive service providers. 
  3. Supervise the Community Health Specialist and Peer Support Specialists in their outreach and linkage efforts.
  4. Identify supporting partners in the community to foster healthy nutrition, sexual health, educational opportunities and other Social Determinants of Health.
  5. Provide leadership to department LGBT Life Services staff to facilitate linkage to care, support, and sexual health services.
  6. Coordinate with Capital Region LGBT Life Services manager to develop best practices for service delivery, monitoring and evaluation.
  7. Conduct quality assurance of client files, data collection/submission and implement corrective action as needed.
  8. Provide leadership and skill-building opportunities during monthly team meetings.
  9. Maintain accurate records in accordance with New York state regulations and agency protocols. Maintain documentation and statistics on activities to comply with reporting requirements.
  10. Maintain inventory of risk reduction supplies, communicate supply replenishment needs to supervisor.
  11. Incorporate the Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change into all aspects of service provision.
  12. Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Associate degree in Human Services, Public Health or related field with two years human service experience is preferred. Bachelor's degree preferred.
  • Experience and knowledge of target populations and service systems preferred.
  • Unrestricted driver’s license and a vehicle for travel throughout service region.
  • Ability to work flexible hours as this position requires late night and weekend hours.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

  • Strong interpersonal and communication (oral and written) skills.
  • Strong community liaison skills.
  • Attention to detail; well organized; good time management skills.
  • Ability to maintain professional boundaries within agency and grant guidelines, as well as with clients and external service providers.
  • Ability to interact with people from diverse backgrounds within a climate of mutual respect, inclusion, enrichment, and growth.

Employment Classification:   Non-Exempt; Fulltime 37.5 hours per week (flexibility required, able to work evenings and weekends as needed). Starting salary is $21 an hour with minimum qualifications. 

Equipment Used:  Office equipment (such as computer, cellphone, fax, copy machine, shredder); motor vehicle.

Work Environment:
Work is performed in general office environment and external environments such as community-based organizations, other community locations in designated neighborhoods convenient to target populations.

Physical Demands:

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

 Added Perks for our employees:

  • 403(b) with employer contributions
  • Free employee Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Vision
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Employee assistance program
  • Free Life insurance
  • Generous paid time off
  • Paid Holidays
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Hybrid remote work environment (after successfully completing introductory period)
  • Diverse and accepting atmosphere.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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Peer Support Specialist

Albany, New York

Is remote? No


Alliance for Positive Health
Albany, NY

Website: https://www.allianceforpositivehealth.org/

Posted: December 21, 2022

Contact Information

Name: Susan Friedman, Director of Human Resources
Email: sfriedman@alliancefph.org
Phone: 518-322-2031

Link to posting: https://www.allianceforpositivehealth.org/get-involved/careers/

Job Description

Peer Support Specialist  will use their personal experiences to assist team members in engaging and supporting clients in our programs and to ensure they are linked to the services they need.
Major Activities:
1.  Incorporate best practices regarding confidentiality into all job duties and communications in 
accordance with HIPAA, Article 27-F, Alliance for Positive Health policies and procedures and other 
applicable regulations. Observe and abide by the HIV Confidentiality Law.
2.  As applicable and within program guidelines, use personal disclosure and relating of life 
experiences to provide support to clients, encourage client engagement in services, and 
de-stigmatize treatment, testing and/or identified service needs.
3. Assist with targeted outreach to increase engagement of designated target populations.
4.  Assist clients in self-advocacy and self-management skill-building.
5.  Conduct follow up to service plan activities including appointment reminders and appointment 
accompaniment.
6.  Help facilitate referrals to care management and other services as needed. Conduct follow- up 
to referrals as assigned.
7.  Participate as a member of the service team; communicate and coordinate with team members 
regarding assigned clients. Participate in regular client case reviews and case conferences as 
applicable.
8.  Collect, maintain, and report, up to date client health indicators, contacts, and history data. 
Utilize indicator data to address barriers and improve individual health outcomes. Implement 
strategies to communicate client health information among internal and external interdisciplinary 
teams. Complete accurate, timely and thorough documentation in accordance with funder and agency 
requirements.
9.  Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:
•  High school diploma or GED
•  Must have life experiences reflective of those of the target population
•  Familiarity with the region’s services, and resources and possess the ability to navigate the 
systems of care and support
•  Must have a valid, unrestricted driver’s license and have a reliable vehicle to travel to designated appointment sites within a multi-county region.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required:
•  Ability to speak and write clearly
•  Basic computer skills
•  Ability to interact, work and communicate effectively with people of diverse backgrounds within 
a climate of mutual respect, inclusion, enrichment, and growth.
•  Ability to maintain professional boundaries within agency and grant guidelines, as well as with 
clients and external service providers.
•  Bilingual is a plus.

Other Details: 

Non-exempt; full-time 37.5 hours per week. 

Added Perks for our employees:

  • 403(b) with employer contributions
  • Free employee Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Vision
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Employee assistance program
  • Free Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Paid HOLIDAYS
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Hybrid remote work environment (after successfully completing introductory period)
  • Diverse and accepting atmosphere

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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Testing Counselor

Albany, New York

Is remote? Yes


Alliance for Positive Health
Albany, NY

Website: https://www.allianceforpositivehealth.org/

Posted: February 3, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Susan Friedman, Director of Human Resources
Email: sfriedman@alliancefph.org
Phone: 518-322-2031

Link to posting: https://www.allianceforpositivehealth.org/get-involved/careers/

Job Description

Job Summary: Conduct HIV, STI, and HCV counseling, testing, referral (CTR) services, and related interventions with designated high-risk target populations. Travel between Alliance for Positive Health five offices to provide CTR services. Assist with monitoring, training, and compliance of department testing projects.

 

Major Activities:

  1. Incorporate best practices regarding confidentiality into all job duties and communications in accordance with Article 27-F, AFPH policies and procedures and other applicable regulations.
  2. Conduct confidential HIV/syphilis testing, and STI screening, as applicable, in venues serving targeted communities according to NYS DOH guidelines.  Conduct Hepatitis C screening per guidelines.  Conduct comprehensive pre and post test counseling and/or individual level risk reduction counseling sessions to high-risk individuals within the designated communities and settings.
  3. Provide referrals to care, support, and partner services as required by NYSDOH for all positive/reactive results, including follow up to referrals.  Incorporate referrals, regardless of test results, to meet identified client needs. 
  4. Incorporate the Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change, as applicable, into all aspects of programming.
  5. Conduct weekly quality assurance review of rapid testing temperature, control, walk-in and community testing logs. Communicate identified compliance issues to the supervisor in order to implement corrective action as needed.
  6. Maintain inventory and coordinate ordering of all supplies for testing programs monthly or as needs are identified.
  7. Disinfect testing room and van weekly and collect and store biohazard waste as needed per OSHA guidelines.
  8. Drive the agency mobile van to community testing events as needed.
  9. Maintain accurate records in accordance with New York state regulations and agency protocols.  Maintain documentation and statistics on activities to comply with reporting requirements.
  10. Network with community service providers and businesses serving the target population to increase accessibility of testing services, and maintain and implement effective referral mechanisms.
  11. Remain current on HIV, STIs, hepatitis, substance abuse, and related information.
  12. Perform other duties as assigned.

 Qualifications:

  • Associates degree in Human Services or related field, Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • Valid, unrestricted driver’s license.
  • Independent means of transportation for extensive travel within 15 county region.
  • Flexibility in hours; may require evenings and weekends.
  • Prior phlebotomy experience a plus. Phlebotomy training will be provided
  • Experience providing HIV testing services in New York State preferred.

 Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

  • Good oral and written communication skills
  • Attention to detail, well-organized  
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Ability to maintain strong boundaries within agency and grant guidelines
  • Ability to interact with people from diverse backgrounds within a climate of mutual respect, inclusion, enrichment, and growth
  • Bilingual a plus.

 Employment Classification:  Full-time, 37.5-hour work week; non-exempt. $19/hour with minimum qualifications 

Added Perks for our employees:

  • 403(b) with employer contributions
  • Free employee Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Vision
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Employee assistance program
  • Free Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Paid HOLIDAYS
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Hybrid remote work environment (after successfully completing introductory period)
  • Diverse and accepting atmosphere

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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Graphic Designer

Albany, New York

Is remote? No


In Our Own Voices, Inc.
Albany, NY

Website: http://inourownvoices.org/

Posted: January 25, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Tandra LaGrone, CEO
Email: info@inourownvoices.org
Phone: 518-432-4188

Link to posting: https://www.ziprecruiter.com/job/ec70f33e

Job Description

The graphic designer will work independently and with colleagues to foster creative collaboration as well as to ensure compliance with project understanding, goals, and adherence to brand identity. This is a full-time in-house position. Have excellent communication skills, strong attention to detail, handling multiple jobs, and the ability to be a team player

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Associates degree in graphic design, Bachelor’s a plus
  • 2-3 years of experience in graphic design
  • A portfolio of work demonstrating ability in brand development and identity building

Full-time

Total Annual Salary & Benefits Package: $55,590.00

Benefits Package: Health, Vision, dental, 401k, and 3 1/2 weeks PTO

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IPV LGBT Training and Technical Assistance Specialist

Albany, New York

Is remote? No


In Our Own Voices, Inc.
Albany, NY

Website: http://inourownvoices.org/

Posted: January 25, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Tandra LaGrone, CEO
Email: info@inourownvoices.org
Phone: 518-432-4188

Link to posting: https://www.ziprecruiter.com/job/59f33cd1

Job Description

The IPV LGBT TTA Specialist is responsible for providing culturally specific IPV training and Technical Assistance to LGBT Anti-Violence programs and providers throughout the Country. The position is in partnership with the LA LGBT Center and the National Anti-Violence Coalition.

The candidate must have TTA and Anti-Violence experience

Full-time

Bachelor’s Degree, Working w/LGBT BIPOC Communities, Spanish a plus

Total Annual Salary & Benefits Package: $64,240.00

Benefits Package: Health, Vision, dental, 401k, and 3 1/2 weeks PTO

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LGBT DV/SA Advocate

Albany, New York

Is remote? No


In Our Own Voices, Inc.
Albany, NY

Website: http://inourownvoices.org/

Posted: January 25, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Tandra LaGrone
Email: info@inourownvoices.org
Phone: 518-432-4188

Link to posting: https://www.ziprecruiter.com/job/8cfc02d6

Job Description

Compensation

Salary $48,500

Compensation package includes Health, Vision, Dental, 401K, 3.5 weeks PTO

 

Responsible for: LGBT DV/SA Advocate will provide services and activities that assist victims of domestic and/or sexual violence in understanding the dynamics of victimization and in stabilizing their lives after victimization.

 

Directly responsible to: Director of Anti-Violence Services

 

Essential Functions:

 

LGBT DV/SA Advocate will provide immediate crisis intervention, hotline counseling, assist clients in locating, securing, furnishing, moving into, and maintaining appropriate housing, and provide information and referral for general and, assistance. Oversight of grant objectives and outcomes.

 

Roles and Responsibilities

 

Areas of Responsibility:

  • Demonstrate a commitment to the mission of In Our Own Voices
  • Conduct and coordinate services with other IOOV team members to assist clients who are victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking, including, but not limited to, coordination of safe shelter, information and referral, safety planning, and legal counseling and advocacy.
  • Perform other duties as assigned

· Maintain written case notes

· Staff In Our Own Voices’ LGBT domestic violence referral line, providing referrals to full services and anti-violence programs for LGBT domestic violence and sexual assault victims

  • Provide training & technical assistance (TTA) to traditional/mainstream victim
  • service providers
  • Partnering with traditional service providers by participating in Local and Statewide Task forces
  • Facilitate Supports Groups and Alternative Healing workshops
  • Submit documentation and reports in compliance with project requirements, as well as provide monthly reports and submit monthly articles for the newsletter ·
  • Ensure confidentiality law requirements are incorporated into all aspects of programming.

● Collaborate with community partners to provide linkages & referrals to culturally relevant services/resources.

 

 

Qualifications

 

Required:

· Bachelor’s Degree in, Social Work or Mental Health Counseling, preferred MSW,

· Proven ability to work effectively with diverse staff, clients and volunteers

·

· Paid Case Management experience

· Paid individual and group counseling

· Paid experience working on issues of domestic violence, sexual assault or related concerns preferred.

· Commitment to lesbian, gay, transgender, bisexual people of color community issues and interests.

· Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills

· Experience in the social services and courts system field required

· Ability to think creatively and strategically about fulfilling program objectives

· Excellent time management

 

 

Preferred:

● two + years working with domestic violence and sexual violence survivors, with a proven ability to advocate for the needs of underserved communities.

● Preferred 4 year degree, additional experience may be substituted for degree

 

 

Skills:

Strong time management and organizational skills, self-directed, strong advocacy skills, ability to navigate and work with a variety of personalities and work ethics, solution-oriented, excellent verbal and written communication skills, proficiency in data collection and reporting, excellent problem solving and strong understanding of boundaries as it relates to subordinates.

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LGBT Legal Advocate

Albany, New York

Is remote? No


In Our Own Voices, Inc.
Albany, NY

Website: http://inourownvoices.org/

Posted: January 25, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Tandra LaGrone, CEO
Email: info@inourownvoices.org
Phone: 518-432-4188

Link to posting: https://www.ziprecruiter.com/job/281ac495

Job Description

LGBT Legal Advocate

 

Pay range/salary

Salary $48,500

Plus Excellent full time benefit package

 

Location: 255 Lark Street and field work throughout the Capital Region

 

The LGBT Legal Advocate works in collaboration with law enforcement and legal systems, in partnership with Legal Aid Society of Northeastern NY (LASNNY).

 

Roles and Responsibilities

 

● Assist in the development and distribution of culturally specific Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Gender Non-Conforming, and Non-Binary (LGBT GNCNB), “Know Your Rights,”/Legal Services materials (with a focus on People Of Color (POC)), throughout the service area, as well as other community collaborations.

● Establishing and strengthening relationships between IOOV and the courts & justice systems

● Collaborate with community partners to provide linkages & referrals to culturally relevant services/resources.

● Conduct outreach to LGBT GNCNB POC communities regarding Legal and Civil rights.

● Conduct and coordinate services with other IOOV team members to assist clients who are victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking, including, but not limited to, coordination of safe shelter, information and referral, safety planning, and legal counseling and advocacy.

● Perform other duties as assigned

 

Qualifications

 

Required:

● A strong commitment to IOOV mission and core values.

● Two + years of direct human services experience

● Proven ability to work effectively with diverse staff, clients and volunteers

● Skilled in working with sensitive issues and the demonstrated ability to create and maintain relationships with multiple community partners

● Demonstrated ability to work comfortably as a team member, and contribute positively to the workplace.

● Demonstrated problem-solving approach to concerns and challenges

● Provide own transportation; possess a valid NYS State driver’s license, proof of auto insurance and a positive driving record

 

 

Preferred:

● One + year working with domestic violence and sexual violence survivors engaged in legal systems with a proven ability to advocate for the needs of underserved communities.

● Preferred 4 degree, additional experience may be substituted for the degree

 

 

Skills:

Strong time management and organizational skills, s, strong advocacy skills, ability to navigate and work with a variety of personalities and work ethics, sd, excellent verbal and written communication skills, proficiency in data collection and reporting, excellent problem solving

 

 

 

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Community Engagement & Enrollment Liaison TGNB

New York, New York

Is remote? No


Amida Care
New York, NY

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

Posted: January 26, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Dyane Nunez, Human Resources Recruiter
Email: dnunez@amidacareny.org
Phone: 917-451-0314

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

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Community Engagement &Enrollment Liaison Bilingual

New York, New York

Is remote? No


Amida Care
New York, NY

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

Posted: January 26, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Dyane Nunez, Human Resources Recruiter
Email: dnunez@amidacareny.org
Phone: 917-451-0314

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

Job Description

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Health Services Community Liaison

New York, New York

Is remote? No


Amida Care
New York, NY

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

Posted: January 26, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Dyane Nunez, Human Resources Recruiter
Email: dnunez@amidacareny.org
Phone: 917-451-0314

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

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Senior Staff Attorney or Staff Attorney

New York, New York

Is remote? Yes


Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund
New York, NY

Website: http://www.transgenderlegal.org

Posted: January 24, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Maxwell Scales, Deputy Executive Director
Phone: 646.862.9396

Link to posting: https://TLDEF.bamboohr.com/careers/54

Job Description

Position:                    Senior Staff Attorney or Staff Attorney
Department:              Legal Team, Litigation Project
Reports to:                Director of Litigation
FLSA Status:             Exempt, Full-Time
Union Status:            Bargaining Unit Position

About Us

Founded in 2003, the Transgender Legal Defense & Educational Fund (TLDEF) is a national organization committed to advancing justice and equity for transgender and non-binary people. TLDEF’s Legal Programs Department currently includes the Impact Litigation Project, Name Change Project, and Trans Health Project. Last year, TLDEF won two landmark cases in the South concerning trans access to health insurance coverage, brought lawsuits against two jail systems about abuse of trans people in their custody, and advocated for greater access to name changes and government identification in multiple states. 

The Opportunity

TLDEF is searching for a Senior Staff Attorney or Staff Attorney to join its growing Legal Programs Department in the Impact Litigation Project. Reporting to TLDEF’s Litigation Director, the Attorney will develop and litigate cases designed to defend our communities where it matters most. While litigation focused, the person in this position will also have opportunities to participate in TLDEF’s policy advocacy and public education work.

The "senior" title will be based on experience and subject to TLDEF's collective bargaining agreement.

TLDEF is an equal opportunity employer. Black people, Indigenous people, people of color (BIPOC); lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex people; women; immigrants; people with disabilities, including those living with HIV; formerly incarcerated people; and people with lived experiences of poverty are strongly encouraged to apply.

Primary Responsibilities

In this role, you will spend most of your time on litigation, including serving as lead counsel in three to five matters. Your main responsibilities will include:

  • Investigating new cases. Developing relationships with potential clients, co-counsel, witnesses, amici, and experts, obtaining and reviewing records, facilitating strategy decisions, and writing demand letters.
  • Participating in and leading all phases of impact litigation. Pre-litigation administrative advocacy, pleadings, motion practice, discovery, trials, appeals, settlement negotiations, and amicus briefs.
  • Contributing substantially to the development of TLDEF's legal strategy. Selecting and developing new cases.
  • Consulting and collaborating with state and local partners, particularly with regard to litigation.
  • In collaboration with Communications, Policy, and Public Education colleagues, using holistic and practical strategies to achieve the goals of our clients and communities. Drafting public comments or "Know Your Rights" materials, participating in coalition spaces, speaking to the press, and presenting at conferences.
  • In collaboration with Legal Programs colleagues, supporting the work of the team overall. Maintaining detailed case and client records, contributing to hiring processes, supervising interns and possibly a paralegal or early-career lawyer, training and mentoring team members, and thinking proactively about how to improve internal systems, policies, and approaches.
  • In collaboration with all colleagues, helping to make TLDEF’s work equitable, sustainable, and excellent. Participating in planning processes, team building, racial justice organizational development, and fundraising.

We aim for reasonable and sustainable workloads for our team, but work outside normal office hours, including some evenings and weekends, will from time to time be required.

Required Qualifications and Skills

  • Strong belief in TLDEF’s mission, including an intersectional commitment to social, racial, economic, disability, and gender justice.
  • Substantial experience with civil litigation where you were either lead counsel or the sole lawyer for your clients.
  • License to practice law in at least one U.S. jurisdiction; willingness to apply for admission in New York if not already admitted.
  • Experience using negotiation or mediation mechanisms to resolve disputes.
  • Experience conducting and managing discovery.
  • Capacity to think creatively and strategically about how to use litigation and alternative dispute resolution to advance equity for trans and nonbinary communities.
  • Knowledge of emergent and current legal issues impacting transgender and nonbinary people in the U.S.
  • Competency at working respectfully and effectively with BIPOC transgender and nonbinary people, those living with disabilities, and those with low or no income.
  • Humility, a keen understanding of power and privilege, and a willingness to accept input and feedback, especially from clients, community members, and those impacted by TLDEF’s work.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, juggle multiple deadlines, keep clear records, communicate proactively, and remain accountable to your commitments.
  • Strong legal research, analysis, writing, and public speaking skills.
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills that enable you to develop positive relationships with clients, pro bono partners, and movement leaders.
  • Ability to occasionally travel in the U.S.

Preferred Qualifications and Skills

  • Significant litigation experience in this or a related field, such as civil rights, civil liberties, discrimination, police misconduct, prisoners’ rights, healthcare access, voting rights, environmental justice, reproductive rights, disability rights, or LGBTQ+ rights.
  • Experience collaborating with community-based organizations and/or litigating in the U.S. South or Midwest.
  • Fluency or proficiency in one or more languages in addition to English, especially Spanish and American Sign Language (ASL).
  • Proficiency with case management software and discovery software.

TLDEF acknowledges that applicants from groups that have been historically marginalized are less likely to apply for positions unless they feel that they meet 100% of a job description’s qualifications. We understand that the ideal candidate might not completely meet the criteria listed above or be equally proficient in each area; we especially encourage applicants who are impacted by TLDEF’s work to submit their application anyway.

Compensation

TLDEF is a unionized office and this position will be part of the bargaining unit; salary range is dependent on years worked post-law school and subject to our collectively-bargained salary scale, likely $90,000 to $115,000. TLDEF offers a robust benefits package that includes 100% employer-paid medical, vision, dental, and life insurance; employer contributions to dependent healthcare; employer contributions to 401(k) retirement plan; 15 paid holidays; generous paid time off; sick time; healthcare flex spending account; and pre-tax commuter benefits.

Special Notes

Since 2020, TLDEF’s office has remained closed. TLDEF employees currently work from home and only visit the office when necessary. The office may re-open in the first half of 2023.

To ensure the health and safety of TLDEF employees and job applicants, all interviews will be conducted either by phone or video conference.

To Apply

Submit a compelling cover letter stating your interest in working at TLDEF and what from your past work or lived experience makes you a good fit for this role; resume or C.V.; and two legal writing samples.

At least one writing sample should demonstrate your ability to research and analyze law in the context of litigation (e.g., a memo or brief of which you are the exclusive or primary author). If your sample does not cite law or does not apply law to facts, it’s not a great sample. The other sample can be any of your own law-related writing that shows relevant skills (i.e., memo, brief, demand letter, "Know Your Rights" publication, law review article, pleading, public comment, etc.) Neither writing sample should exceed 5,000 words; excerpts are acceptable. Submissions without all required materials will not be considered.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. No phone calls or emails, please, unless you would like to request a reasonable accommodation for the application process. For accommodations, please contact Deputy Executive Director Maxwell Scales.

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Operations Manager, Merchandise

Charlotte, North Carolina

Is remote? No


Girls on the Run International
Charlotte, NC

Website: https://www.girlsontherun.org/

Posted: January 11, 2023

Contact Information

Name: L Burleson, HR Generalist
Email: lburleson@girlsontherun.org
Phone: 7044087667

Link to posting: https://girlsontherun.bamboohr.com/careers/229?source=aWQ9OA%3D%3D

Job Description

Job Title: Operations Manager, Merchandise

Location: Charlotte, NC

Reports To: Chief Operating Officer

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt, Full-Time

 

Girls on the Run International is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams. We inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running. To learn more about us, visit https://www.girlsontherun.org/.

We believe that all girls and communities should have access to our programs. We warmly welcome the participation of any child who identifies as “girl”, non-binary, or gender expansive in our programs. We strive to eliminate barriers to participation, to create programming that engages all communities, to be intentional about staff and volunteer diversity and to promote a culture of inclusion across the organization.     

 

Position Summary

The Operations Manager, Merchandise supports the organization’s merchandise program operations designed to strengthen the brand and generate revenue. Merchandise programs include curriculum and lesson materials, program and 5K participant shirts, and licensed Girls on the Run merchandise sold directly to internal and external audiences through an online store. 

The Operations Manager maintains efficient operations of all merchandise programs for Girls on the Run International. Key job responsibilities include product sourcing, forecasting inventory demands, overall inventory management and providing excellent customer service to GOTR councils.

Project Management

  • Develop and manage an annual calendar of merchandise tasks utilizing project management software.
  • Ensure seamless communication between departments on merchandise tasks, responsibilities, and deadlines.
  • Serve as the account manager with merchandise vendors, to ensure that contracts are current, appropriate inventory is on hand and reporting is timely and accurate.
  • Develop processes to approve and monitor licensed vendors, custom products and merchandise designs.
  • Manage merchandise requests, inquiries, and suggestions from vendors, councils and internal teams.

Product Development and Sourcing

  • Develop and manage the licensed GOTR product line with preferred vendors.
  • Collaborate with vendors and the Marketing team on the selection of items and creative development.
  • Competitively source printed program materials, ensuring quality standards.
  • Collaborate with the Programming team to execute new curricula and lesson materials.
  • Source items for special events and fundraising incentives, working within set budgets and timelines.

Order Management

  • Manage ordering process including order placement, timely processing, coordinating returns, record-keeping, and fulfilling orders.
  • Provide timely and professional customer service to Girls on the Run councils on all merchandise questions including order status and approval requests.
  • Keep up to date records in financial and ordering system of order status, changes and returns.
  • Monitor inventory levels and work closely with the Finance team to make recommendations for seasonal ordering and pricing.
  • Work with Finance team to maintain an accurate inventory list of products kept at the GOTR storage facility, warehouse facility, with vendors, and other locations.

Policy and Reporting

  • Collaborate with Council Development and Legal teams to ensure council compliance with national merchandise policies.
  • Develop and maintain merchandise guides, policies, and program materials to improve council experience, understanding of merchandise programs, and adherence to policies.
  • Compile monthly reporting on key metrics, analyzing the data to provide recommendations for improvement and to ensure strong financial results.

This job description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions; it does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned. While this position is primarily remote, working from Charlotte, NC will be required to fulfill the responsibilities of the role.

Every member of our staff community is expected to serve as a Girls on the Run role model, exhibiting our core values and working to forward the mission. We commit ourselves to developing and nurturing positive relationships across the organization - with staff, council members, donors, and board members.   

Qualifications

  • Experience in merchandising, sourcing, or product management.
  • Experience successfully leveraging project management and order management software.
  • Advanced analytical skills, experience using data to find business opportunities and drive sales.
  • Strong time management and organizational skills with the ability to work independently, multi-task and meet deadlines.
  • Ability to work with people in a remote, matrix-environment to achieve departmental goals.
  • A strong service/support-oriented attitude.
  • Knowledgeable in basic accounting.
  • Proficient in PowerPoint, Word (mail merge) and Excel (e.g. formulas, VLOOKUP’s, pivot tables)
  • Experience with Shopify and Canva a plus!

At Girls on the Run, we offer generous and flexible PTO so staff can nurture their physical, mental and emotional wellbeing in ways that are personally meaningful to them. In addition, we provide a comprehensive benefits package including company-subsidized medical and dental coverage, vision coverage, life insurance, paid medical leave and a 401K with an employer match.

This is a non-exempt, full-time position offering a compensation range of $22 - $26 per hour, depending on experience. Depending on the candidate preference, this role could be set to a regular schedule of 30, 35 or 40 hours per week. 

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Communications Associate

Portland, Oregon

Is remote? No


Children's Institute
Portland, OR

Posted: January 9, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Chelsea Greenwood, Operations Coordinator
Phone: 5032199034

Link to posting: https://childinst.org/commsassociate/

Job Description

Communications Associate 

Under the supervision of the Director of Communications, the Communications Associate is an integral part of a three-person team, oriented toward communicating with a broad range of audiences. The individual will contribute to the organization’s overall digital presence, create a range of content for the website, emails, and social media, and assist with other communications functions. Collaboration with multiple Children’s Institute (CI) teams is essential, including policy and advocacy, programs, executive, and development teams. This is an exciting opportunity for a strong communicator skilled at translating complex content into plain language and working with storytelling and narrative to support CI’s mission and work. 

The Communications Associate will have a strong communications background and excellent writing and technical skills, a passion for storytelling, and the ability to dig deep into complex issues related to early care and education. An understanding of the state and federal legislative landscape is preferred.  

The Communications Associate will also have a commitment to advancing racial and economic justice while working to build and strengthen CI’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. 

Based in downtown Portland, CI prioritizes an integrated, team-based work approach and a flexible, collegial work environment grounded in our values of honor, equity, learning, connectedness, and innovation. This full-time position is open to applicants living anywhere in Oregon and has the option for hybrid work at Children’s Institute’s downtown Portland office or remotely. It may require travel within the community and to partner locations. 

CI envisions a socially just and equitable Oregon where all children have the love, care, and education they need. To meet this goal, we advocate for strategic investments in high-quality early childhood education and healthy development, the most effective strategies to improve long-term outcomes for children, with a focus on children who experience barriers to opportunity due to race, poverty, disability, language, and geographic location 

Applications must be received by 5 pm on January 26, 2023. 

Please email resume and cover letter to jobs.ca@childinst.org with “Communications Associate” in the subject line. Please contact Hanan Zawideh, Chief Equity and Human Resources Officer, at hanan@childinst.org with accommodations requests.       

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Senior Early Childhood Policy Advisor

Portland, Oregon

Is remote? No


Children's Institute
Portland, OR

Posted: January 9, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Chelsea Greenwood, Operations Coordinator
Phone: 5032199034

Link to posting: https://childinst.org/srecpolicyadvisor/

Job Description

Senior Early Childhood Policy Advisor 

Under the supervision of the Director of Policy & Advocacy, the Senior Early Childhood Policy Advisor will develop relationships with community-based organizations, early childhood organizations, and early learning system leaders at the local and state level to support collaborative policy and budget development, and engagement in legislative advocacy. The priority is to work with partners in communities of color and in rural communities throughout Oregon. The Senior Early Childhood Policy Advisor will have a passion for eliminating systemic inequities in children’s earliest years and honoring the strengths of young children and families across Oregon. 

This position requires an ability to listen deeply to community partners and build lasting relationships. This staff member will support the capacity of partners to understand the legislative policy making process and advocacy strategy in Oregon. Lived experience from one of the priority communities is a plus. The candidate must be a connector, able to work well with diverse partners, including legislators, partner organizations, early childhood providers, and parents. The position will require some overnight travel within Oregon.      

The Senior Early Childhood Policy Advisor should have previous experience collaborating on advocacy and early childhood policy, facilitation, and mobilization of early childhood providers and parents. 

Children’s Institute (CI) envisions a socially just and equitable Oregon where all children have the love, care, and education they need. To meet this goal, we advocate for strategic investments in high-quality early childhood education and healthy development, the most effective strategies to improve long-term outcomes for children, with a focus on children who experience barriers to opportunity due to race, poverty, disability, language, and geographic location. 

Based in downtown Portland, CI prioritizes an integrated, team-based work approach and a flexible, collegial work environment grounded in our values of honor, equity, learning, connectedness, and innovation. This full-time position is open to applicants living anywhere in Oregon and has the option for hybrid work at Children’s Institute’s downtown Portland, if based in the metro region, or remotely if based in a rural area. This position will require approximately 25 percent overnight travel to communities and partner locations throughout Oregon. 

CI envisions a socially just and equitable Oregon where all children have the love, care, and education they need. To meet this goal, we advocate for strategic investments in high-quality early childhood education and healthy development, the most effective strategies to improve long-term outcomes for children, with a focus on children who experience barriers to opportunity due to race, poverty, disability, language, and geographic location 

Applications must be received by 5 pm on January 26, 2023. 

Please email resume and cover letter to jobs@childinst.org with “Senior Early Childhood Policy Advisor” in the subject line. Please contact Hanan Zawideh, Chief Equity and Human Resources Officer, at hanan@childinst.org with accommodations requests. 

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Director, Communications & Development

Allentown, Pennsylvania

Is remote? No


Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center
Allentown, PA

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

Posted: January 9, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Krista Brown-Ly, Director, Finance & Operations
Email: Krista@bradburysullivancenter.org
Phone: 610-347-9988

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

Job Description

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Psychotherapist

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Is remote? No


The Attic Youth Center
Philadelphia, PA

Website: http://www.atticyouthcenter.org

Posted: January 12, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Cindy Tobin-Payne, HR Generalist
Phone: 215-545-4331

Link to posting: https://atticyouthcenter.org/job-opportunities/psychotherapist/

Job Description

Psychotherapist

Department: Counseling Department
FLSA Status: Full-time Exempt
Job Location: The Attic Youth Center
Reports to: Director of Clinical Services
Direct Reports: None

Salary minimum: $47,000 (pre-licensed) or $52,000 (fully licensed)

Job Summary:

The Counseling department of The Attic Youth Center seeks a psychotherapist (Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred), to provide individual, couples, family, and group therapy to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Questioning (LGBTQ) youth and young adults, up to the age of 23, and their families/caregivers (biological or chosen).

The Counseling Department uses an LGBTQ affirmative and strength-based approach that it is contextual, developmental, and culturally sensitive. The Attic’s clinical team is skilled in addressing a variety of challenges including trauma, PTSD, sexual abuse, substance abuse, violence, domestic violence, anger management, immigration transitions, developmental delays, behavioral and family dynamics as related to the LGBTQ experience.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide comprehensive clinical services to LGBTQ youth, including weekly individual, couples, family, and group sessions.
  • Develop, market, and facilitate at least 1 weekly support/therapy group for youth.
  • Support the Counseling Department’s intake assessment and consultation process for prospective youth seeking Counseling Services.
  • Complete biopsychosocial assessments using an informed consent model for Transgender and Gender Diverse youth seeking mental health letters for gender-affirming healthcare, as needed.
  • Supervise and onboard 1-2 masters level interns seeking clinical experience in field placement.
  • Documentation: Maintain accurate and timely documentation in Electronic Health Record system in compliance with HIPAA, contracts, funder, and agency requirements, including progress notes, treatment plans, discharge paperwork, outreach/contact attempts, and other documentation.
  • Coordinate care with other service providers as necessary to enhance the quality of client care, as needed.
  • Provide crisis intervention for youth in distress in the center, as needed.
  • Conduct appropriate assessments and develop treatment plans collaboratively with clients.
  • Participate in weekly individual supervision and monthly group supervision.
  • Attend professional workshops/conferences to enhance clinical skills, including those mandated by state license boards, insurance panels, and funding sources,
  • Adhere to all applicable laws and professional codes of ethics.
  • Other related duties as required.

Teamwork and Collaboration:

  • Uphold the mission of The Attic Youth Center
  • Abide by all the rules and regulations of The Attic Youth Center.
  • Work in collaboration with other agency staff to facilitate a team environment.
  • Attend all mandatory training and meetings, including participation in monthly All Staff meetings.
  • Model effective team behaviors.
  • Demonstrate effective communication skills in building relationships with all employees and Attic youth.

Attic Youth Center Values:

  • Treat all youth, visitors, and employees with care, kindness, respect, and dignity.
  • Maintain strict confidentiality of all information.
  • Adhere to the policies, procedures, code of conduct, and attendance rules of The Attic Youth Center.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree from an accredited institution in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy, or related field
  • Active Clinical Licensure in Pennsylvania preferred (ex: LMFT, LCSW, LPC, or equivalent).  Applicants actively pursuing clinical licensure in PA (ex: LSW or MFT working on clinical hours) are encouraged.
  • Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred (Ability to speak/read/write Spanish and English fluently).
  • Experience working with youth and young adults of diverse gender, sexuality, ethnic, and socio-economic backgrounds
  • Experience providing the following treatment modalities: individual and group therapy, and psychoeducational groups. Experience with clients recovering from trauma as well as training in couples and family treatment is highly valued.
  • Must communicate effectively with BIPOC and LGBTQ individuals and demonstrate cultural competence and humility. Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work independently and as a member of the team. 
  • Excellent clinical writing skills and the ability to maintain client charts and provide reports as needed according to the policies and procedures of The Attic Youth Center. 
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

These physical demands are representative of the physical requirements necessary for an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the Director of Clinical Services job. Reasonable accommodation(s) can be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions described of the Director of Clinical Services job.

  • Able to work on-site 4-5 days per week.
  • Often required to sit for an hour or longer, stand, balance, walk, climb stairs.  Sometimes required to reach with arms and hands.
  • The vision abilities required by this job include close vision. Often uses a computer, tablet, or other office technology such as a calculator, copy machine, and printer.
  • Hearing abilities required by this job include the ability to navigate small and large group settings as well as one-on-one conversation.
  • Able to move boxes and materials weighing up to twenty pounds in all directions.
  • Occasionally works in outdoor weather conditions, especially during Spring/Summer months.

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Director of Programming

Odessa, Texas

Is remote? No


Pride Center West Texas
Odessa, TX

Website: https://www.pridecenterwt.org/

Posted: February 6, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Bryan Wilson, CEO
Email: bryan@pridecenterwt.org
Phone: 432-528-0446

Link to posting: https://docs.google.com/document/d/12UIe2bYO60NLvERZs1BXfqTr6PWjUyFVl0ieo9Vlv9g/edit?usp=sharing

Job Description

JOB DESCRIPTION: Director of Programming

 

Qualifications:

  • 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. 
  • (preferred) 2+ Years in Programming Development or Community Leadership or Bachelor’s Degree in area supportive of position responsibilities 
  • Familiarity with and a passion for LGBT issues and experience working with diverse populations modeling a client-centered support approach
  • Passion for the Center’s mission and work to create a Permian Basin in West Texas wherein LGBTQN+ people thrive
  • A commitment to develop and follow all policies and procedures of the organization. 
  • A commitment to developing and learning skills
  • Highly organized and ability to wear multiple hats in an ambiguous, fast  moving environment; a driving force who manages toward clarity and solutions and demonstrated capacity for exercising discretion and independent judgment
  • Ability to create your own “roadmap” to achieving a goal
  • A successful track record in setting priorities, shaping processes, guiding investment in people and systems, and developing an infrastructure that creates a stronger and more efficient organization
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.  
  • Project management skills, including managing project logistics with multiple strict and competing deadlines.
  • Thorough understanding of project management; able to work effectively under pressure to meet tight deadlines and goals
  • A consummate team player with a flexible and creative approach
  • Excellent interpersonal communication, writing, and coalition building skills with an ability to balance, negotiate, and work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders; high level of knowledge and understanding, especially as it relates to program replication, connecting programs to funding, creatively generating other resources, and building strategic partnerships
  • (required) Intermediate command to mastery of social media platforms, especially Facebook, Instagram and TikTok
  • Personal qualities of integrity, compassion, credibility, and a commitment to The Pride Center West Texas mission
  • Proven attention to detail, organization, and timely follow-through.  
  • Flexibility of schedule, including evenings/weekends, and limited travel, including the possibility of working extended hours for covering events/staff absences.
  • Proficient in using technology as a reporting tool and experience working with data as it relates to demonstrating the effectiveness of programs.
  • Proficient computer skills and knowledge including Google Docs, Sheets and Forms are required. Knowledge of Eventbrite, WordPress, Canva, and Wix are a plus.
  • Access to reliable automobile transportation with a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance is required. This position may on occasion be required to drive rented vehicles and/or our equipment.  
  • Offer of employment will be contingent on satisfactory results of a criminal history background check.  
  • Employees must be legally permitted to work in the United States. 
  • 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.

 

Compensation:

Compensation for this position is dependent on experience, but may include:

  • The full-time, exempt, annual salary for this position begins at $38,000.00, based on experience
  • Monthly stipend to assist with health coverage
  • Direct deposit available
  • Paid vacation & sick time
  • Paid holidays
  • Annual professional development opportunities

 

Job Summary:

The Director of Programming reports to the Executive Director and will have strategic and operational responsibility over all of Pride Center West Texas’ programs. This position is responsible for the development, management, and evaluation of a growing offering of diverse programs/events and numerous volunteers. The position manages the design, delivery, and evaluation of all programs, participates in the development of business and funding plans and serves as the agency’s primary liaison to leadership committees, i.e., the Basin Pride Committee and PFLAG leadership, as well as myriad community partners. This Director will also handle a variety of special projects and other related duties, as assigned by the Executive Director.

 

Responsibilities:

The Director of Programming (DoP) works within the mission of the organization to provide diverse programming to the LGBTQN+ community in safe and celebratory environments, especially the space of Pride Center West Texas itself. This full time, exempt, salaried position will require a minimum of 35 hours a week of work, with regular weekend and evening hours, and require reliable transportation to myriad worksites in addition to the Center itself. The DoP will be responsible for the opening, maintaining (including the organization and cleanliness), and closing of the Center for a minimum of 20 hours a week, over the course of 4 weekdays and 1 weekend day a week; 

 

Program areas include, but are not limited to, youth, parents & families, health & wellness, community peer support groups, education & training, community events, fundraising, and linkage to resources/businesses.

 

Leadership & Management:

  • Recruit, select, direct, evaluate, and support the professional development of a strong team of stipended program staff and volunteers
  • Develop and maintain appropriate training protocols for program staff and volunteers
  • Develop a management system that ensures continuous communication and maximum sharing of information and learning throughout the organization including the Executive Director, leadership committees, and volunteers
  • Work collaboratively to integrate cross program activities and support
  • Instill a sense of accountability among staff and leaders by providing supportive oversight of individual and organizational performance standards
  • Help plan (with Executive Director) and participate in staff meetings, planning meetings, committee meetings, and other meetings as needed. 
  • Ensure the codification, recording and ongoing development of a set of Policies and Procedures for the agency
  • Supervise all stipended staff members, groups leaders and facilitators
    • Collect & verify stipended staff timesheets
    • Ensure facilitator coverage at groups, sub in for facilitators when necessary 
    • Arrange and participate in trainings for facilitators that promote the emotional and social well-being and resilience of the program and group participants, as relevant
    • Communicate with facilitators about events, programs, services, and initiatives
    • Communicate any needs or concerns, including but not limited to: safety of participants, security of premisses, and ethical considerations
    • Coordinate new facilitator process with input from facilitators: recruitment, applicant screening, onboarding, communication of policies & procedures 
    • Screen, assess, and address any concerns raised by participants
    • Stay aware of and share information about local resources, especially related to crisis response, and make sure that information is readily available to facilitators during meetings
    • Collect evaluations and maintain records for groups and facilitators 
    • Ensure all information is accurate and available on the website, other channels (including social media), and with partner agencies and organizations
    • Maintain adherence to agency agreements, policies, and procedures

 

Program Development, Delivery, and Evaluation:

  • Support and grow existing programs as if they have always been your own passion programs
    • Ensures Pride Center West Texas is a safe space for LGBTQN+ youth aged 12-17 to learn and develop the skills and access the resources they need to improve their health and well-being. 
  • Assess community needs, solicit input from stakeholders, and recommend population-specific and culturally relevant programs for development and implementation
  • Develop and maintain sustainable LGBTQN+ community support programs in alignment with the organization’s mission and priorities established by the Board of Directors
  • Ensure ongoing programmatic excellence by establishing benchmarks, timelines, and the resources needed to achieve strategic goals, proactively recommending and driving improvements as necessary; set standards for accountability and measurements of success
  • Develop and implement marketing strategies to expand program participation
  • Manage regular presence of programs on multiple social media channels
  • Update the website to reflect up-to-date programming information (including events)
  • Manage monthly newsletters to Pride Center West Texas email subscribers 
  • Analyze trends within programs, identify issues, report outcomes, and recommend changes as appropriate
  • Act as a liaison to community members by answering the main center line/email during operational hours and returning calls/emails within 2 business days
  • Act as a liaison to community members by monitoring social media messaging inboxes during operational hours and returning messages in a timely manner, deemed as such by the Executive Director
  • Act as a liaison to program volunteers by effectively communicating agency information and offering a timely response to questions and concerns.
  • Develop and maintain a comprehensive program assessment mechanism from which to guide and measure program impact and effectiveness

 

Program Operations & Knowledge Management:

  • Develop the necessary systems, processes, and tools to better support the facilitation, collection, and sharing of knowledge, data, and narrative success stories generated by programs
  • Anticipate and plan for the logistical, budget, and staffing needs of growing programs
  • Assist Executive Director with the development of the annual programming budget
  • Assist in the collection of data and valuation of volunteer hours and donated materials that support programs
  • Maintain fiscal controls to ensure all programs are managed within the scope of the annual budget and make appropriate adaptations to programs as funding levels/streams change
  • Develop and maintain department specific policies and procedures
  • Ensure program compliance with all laws, regulations, organizational policies, and funding guidelines

 

Relationship Management:

  • Work with the Executive Director and key fundraising leaders to expand revenue generating programs and fundraising activities to support existing programs; cultivate existing relationships and develop new funder relationships
  • Find and apply for a minimum of one grant a quarter, with oversight and support from the Executive Director
  • Serve as an organization representative in collaborative partner networks and at related community and Center events and activities
  • Participate on appropriate local and statewide committees, attending meetings, workshops and conferences that raise the profile of the organization, especially coordinating with schools to found and support GSA’s
  • Interface with other LGBTQN+ and allied agencies for technical assistance and collaboration aimed at building organizational capacity
  • Identify a minimum of one business a month in the Permian Basin that is celebratory of the LGBTQN+ community for addition to the Rainbow Business Directory; manage/update the website and social media platforms to raise awareness of the Rainbow Business Directory

 

Equal Opportunity:

Pride Center West Texas is an equal opportunity employer. We prohibit unlawful discrimination based on race, color, sex, gender identity or expression, religion, marital status, registered domestic partner status, age, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition including genetic characteristics or information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other characteristic made unlawful by applicable federal, state, or local laws. We also prohibit unlawful discrimination based on the perception that anyone has any of those characteristics, or is associated with a person who has or is perceived as having any of those characteristics.

 

To Apply:

Send to Bryan@PrideCenterWT.org the following application components:

  • (Required) Cover letter or introduction video 
  • (Required) Resume
  • Letter(s) of Recommendation

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Operations Coordinator

Burlington, Vermont

Is remote? No


Pride Center of Vermont
Burlington, VT

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

Posted: January 10, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Phoebe Zorn, Director of Development & Communications
Email: info@pridecentervt.org
Phone: 802-860-7812

Link to posting: https://oneasure.evolutionadvancedhr.com/JobApplic...

Job Description

The Operations Coordinator is responsible for the efficient day-to-day operations of, and administrative duties associated with, programs and services at Pride Center of Vermont (PCVT). This includes supporting office procedures and daily operations of PCVT with a focus on communications and community engagement, financial recordkeeping, supply and inventory acquisition and maintenance, and supporting programs, events, donor relations, and other duties as needed as well as providing administrative support to the Directors Team and Board. This position will anchor all administrative functions across the organization, ensuring PCVT runs efficiently while enhancing our capacity to serve LGBTQ+ individuals across Vermont.

This is a hybrid in-person/remote position, depending on proximity to Pride Center’s physical location in Burlington. Must be available to work a flexible schedule as needed, including periodic evenings and weekends. Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation are preferred for occasional travel statewide, but accommodations possible if this is a barrier.

 

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Donor Systems & Data Manager

Seattle, Washington

Is remote? Yes


Pride Foundation
SEATTLE, WA

Website: http://www.pridefoundation.org

Posted: January 18, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Lynne Nguyen, Operations Manager
Phone: 206-323-3318

Link to posting: https://pridefoundation.org/about-us/work-with-us/donor-systems-and-data-manager/

Job Description

About the Opportunity

Reporting to Pride Foundation’s Assistant Director of Community Engagement, the Donor Systems and Data Manager is responsible for supporting and managing the data and reporting needs of Pride Foundation’s Community Engagement department. 

Pride Foundation’s Donor Systems and Data Manager is a key role that organizes, coordinates, supports, and evaluates donor relationships, prospect research, and giving trends, while collaborating across departments. The Donor Systems and Data Manager will be the lead contact for data analytics that informs organizational strategies. 

In addition to managing the organization’s fundraising data, this role also supports and cultivates an equitable “culture of philanthropy” at Pride Foundation in which everyone participates in resource mobilization and outreach efforts.

This is a full time, exempt position. Flexibility to work some evenings, weekends, and occasional travel are necessary. This position is currently remote, and candidates should live in, or be willing to relocate to, one of the five Northwest states Pride Foundation serves. Staff members in the greater Puget Sound region have the option to work out of our headquarters office in Seattle as conditions of the pandemic make in-person work safe.

About Pride Foundation

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

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

As an organization and as individuals, we are committed to anti-racism, and strive to center racial equity and justice throughout our organization and all aspects of our programmatic work. Together, we are intentionally and actively building an internal culture that reflects this commitment, and an organization where our team members can thrive. All team members are a part of this work and are active participants in building our culture. Read more about the work culture we are building here and our 4 day work weeks here.

Primary Responsibilities

The Donor Systems and Data Manager provides day-to-day management of Pride Foundation’s donor data, including data entry, analysis, and improvement of data systems. The Donor Systems and Data Manager brings a creative, detailed, and relational approach to donor engagement and data management that supports the Community Engagement team’s strategies to increase fundraising dollars for Pride Foundation and the LGBTQ+ communities we serve. 

The Donor Systems and Data Manager is a member of the Community Engagement Team and is supervised by the Assistant Director of Community Engagement Team.

Gift Entry, Acknowledgments & Reconciliation (30%) 

  • Process all contributions made to Pride Foundation and ensure donor gratitude is relayed in a timely manner. 
  • Generate acknowledgement letters/tax receipts using department template and nonprofit sector best practices.   
  • Assist Director of Finance with monthly reconciliation of pledges receivable and bank account deposit transactions, as well as annual reconciliation of all contributions. 

Donor Database Management (20%) 

  • Lead all data-focused efforts with a full understanding of the complexity of Pride Foundation’s data management systems.  
  • Coordinate and lead staff training for all database systems and provide ongoing support. 
  • Lead constituent data entry, management, and query needs of development department.  
  • Develop systems to ensure that data accuracy and maintain user controls and protocols through thorough data entry and quality control procedures.  
  • Serve as the liaison to database and gift processing vendors and their technical support.  
  • Support database volunteers.  

Data Analysis & Reporting (20%) 

  • Consolidate, track, and analyze donor data across all fundraising efforts including bulk digital and mail communications, event invites, constituent outreach, fundraising campaigns, scholarship and grant awards, and volunteer service. 
  • Using donor analytics, provide data-based input to inform organizational fundraising strategies. 
  • Collaborate with all staff to develop and generate strategic custom reports and other donor data queries.  
  • Support planning and strategy for year-end appeal and other campaigns through reporting and analysis of past giving trends.  
  • Create systems for ongoing tracking of metrics-based fundraising goals and develop monthly reports to monitor progress.  

  Discovery & Research (10%) 

  • Conduct prospect research using web-based search tools and internal contact notes, to identify key donor prospects who are mission- and values-aligned.  
  • Project manage donor portfolio assignments.  
  • Work with staff who serve as relationship managers to create and monitor plans for advancing supporters’ engagement and contributions. 

Donor Support Services  (10%) 

  • Serve as a donor ambassador for Pride Foundation’s work and provide support via phone and email for inquiries and requests.  
  • Receive, record, and process grant requests from donor advised fundholders.   
  • Assist with various special projects and donor initiatives as needed.  

Organizational Culture and Racial Justice (10%) 

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

Qualifications: Skills and Experience

Pride Foundation is committed to building a racially just, equitable, and inclusive environment through all levels of the organization. Ideal candidates will have a demonstrated understanding and experience working on issues related to racial, LGTBQ+, gender, economic, and reproductive justice, and working in communities comprised of diverse people. 

In addition, these are key skills and experience important for this role: 

  • Demonstrated commitment to Pride Foundation’s mission and racial justice. 
  • At least three years of experience with donor databases or Content Relationship Management systems, including: gift processing, record updates, user administration, and reporting.  
  • Experience with training staff at all levels of user skill and interest.  
  • Highly competent with a leading donor or customer management software program, as well as Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, and Outlook. 
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to collaborate and work as part of a team. 
  • Outstanding organizational skills, attention to detail, and the ability to manage multiple deadlines and priorities. 
  • Analytic thinker who identifies efficiencies, areas for improvement, and data trends.
  • A commitment to providing quality stewardship to all Pride Foundation constituents, and the ability to develop a positive working relationship with staff, volunteers, board members, donors, and community supporters. 
  • Flexibility to work some evenings, weekends, and occasionally travel. 

Don’t check off every box in the requirements listed above? Please apply anyway! Studies have shown that marginalized communities – such as women, LGBTQ+ and people of color – are less likely to apply to jobs unless they meet every single qualification. 

Salary and Benefits

Pride Foundation has a fully transparent compensation program and salary structure that was developed to be equitable and competitive using market salary data for the Seattle, WA area that represents foundations and non-profits that have budgets comparable to Pride Foundation. For this position, the salary range is $68,000 – $70,000, depending on experience. 

We offer excellent employer-paid benefits: medical (includes coverage of gender-confirming health services and procedures), dental, and vision coverage along with disability insurance, employer retirement account contribution, and option for employee to invest in an individual retirement account. We offer 16 days of accrued vacation annually, along with 3 personal holidays,11 national holidays, and 16 days of accrued wellness/sick leave, as well as a 4 week sabbatical after 5 years of employment. 

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

To Apply

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

Send letter of interest and resume to: jobs@pridefoundation.org

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

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

Priority will be given to candidates who submit their applications by February 6, 2023. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, though applications submitted after the deadline will be considered on a case-by-case basis. The position will be filled as soon as the appropriate candidate is found, as the position is available immediately. 

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