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Jobs/Careers in Massachusetts

GLAD Staff Attorney
Boston, Massachusetts
GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders (GLAD)
Boston, MA
Executive Director with Trans Lifeline
Boston, Massachusetts
NRG Consulting Group
Boston, MA
Administrative Coordinator
Boston, Massachusetts
SpeakOUT Boston
Boston, MA

Queer Advocacy- Multiple Positions

Is remote? Yes

Queer Joy Collective


Posted: December 28, 2023

Contact Information

Coral Crissey

Job Description

Queer Joy Collective Internship Program 2024




Join us for our next cohort of Queer Joy Collective Interns!



Queer Joy Collective's work centers on community-based resilience building through positive expression. Rather than dismantling our oppression through reactionary methods, our organization combats discrimination through transformative actions which lead to greater social change. Within a broader network of organizations dedicated to queer liberation, QJC serves as the emotional undercurrent propelling these efforts. Our programs include our Letter Club, Joy Archive, Internship Program, Art Contests, and more.


Internship Overview:

Our internship program will run for four months, starting in the beginning of February and concluding in the end of May. During this period, you'll have the opportunity to work closely with the founders, gain valuable experience, and contribute to our mission of spreading Queer Joy.



Application Deadline: January 15th

Interviews: January 15th-January 26th

Welcome/Onboarding Training: First week of February


Time Commitment

Up to 10 hours per week.


Internship Eligibility


As an organization committed to diversity and inclusivity, we highly encourage applications from BIPOC, neurodivergent, formerly incarcerated, those from low-income backgrounds, and other marginalized communities.


Support and Benefits

While this is an unpaid internship opportunity, we are committed to making it a mutually beneficial experience. Throughout the internship, you will receive mentorship from our founders, access to educational and career development resources, and the opportunity to expand your network of queer working professionals. Additionally, you'll be given a free membership to our Letter Subscription for the duration of your internship. Upon successful completion of the internship, you'll receive a Certificate of Completion, LinkedIn Endorsements from both founders, and a Letter of Recommendation upon request. We are also happy to assist with any necessary paperwork for academic credit.

Application Process


To apply, submit your resume, a work sample, and a brief response to our supplemental questions. Interviews will be conducted via Zoom, and successful applicants will receive a decision within a week.


Communications Intern:


In the communications track, you can choose from two specializations:

Visual Communication Artist

Newsletter Curator


Visual Communication Artist

Main responsibilities:

-Crafting outstanding art, images, videos, and/or graphics

-Showcase the ability to adapt visual styles based on the specific content and audience, ensuring a dynamic and engaging visual representation.

-Emphasize a collaborative approach to visual content creation by actively seeking input from fellow interns, community members, and founders.

-Be an active QJC intern and engage with fellow interns (through discord, email, collaboration on projects, etc.)


Newsletter Curator

Main responsibilities:

-Communicate with founders, interns, and other community members to craft engaging newsletters. Our newsletters are an opportunity to share important organizational updates and develop a deeper relationship with the QJC community. As the Newsletter Curator intern you will be responsible for generating two newsletters a month.

-Keep the QJC community informed and engaged.

-Demonstrate an understanding of newsletter analytics tools to assess the effectiveness of content and make data-driven decisions for improvement.

-Be an active QJC intern and engage with fellow interns (through discord, email, collaboration on projects, etc.)

In application please note any experience with writing, formatting, graphic design, photo editing, copywriting, social media, or any other skills that exemplify your ability to excel in this role.


Community Building Intern:


In the Community Building track, you can choose from two specializations:

External Community Builder

Internal Community Builder


External Community Building

Main responsibilities:

  • Strategize ways to sustainably and organically build a thriving Queer Joy Collective community
  • Identify potential influencers/brands/accounts to work with on social media
  • Identify niche communities that may connect to the mission of our organization
  • Assist Co-founders in the grant writing process
  • Facilitate communication with stakeholders
  • -Be an active QJC intern and engage with fellow interns (through discord, email, collaboration on projects, etc.)

Internal Community Building

Main responsibilities:

  • Be the glue between interns
  • Stress the commitment to creating a safe and inclusive space within the Discord channel, actively moderating and fostering positive interactions among interns.
  • Plan virtual events, ensuring they align with the community's interests
  • Be an active QJC intern and engage with fellow interns (through discord, email, collaboration on projects, etc.)


Project Innovation Intern:


In the project innovation, you can choose from two specializations:

Project Coordinator

World Builder


Project Coordinator

Main responsibilities:

-Creating project schedules

-Maintaining project documentation, including requirements, reports, and progress updates.

-Highlight the ability to identify potential project roadblocks and propose creative solutions to keep projects on track.

-Emphasize meticulous attention to detail in maintaining project documentation, ensuring accuracy and clarity in communication.

-Be an active QJC intern and engage with fellow interns (through discord, email, collaboration on projects, etc.)


World Builder

Main responsibilities:

-Showcase a strong imaginative and creative mindset in brainstorming innovative ideas for crafting safe spaces for queer individuals.

-Emphasize the ability to work seamlessly with project coordinators to translate imaginative concepts into actionable and impactful projects.

-In essence, lead activities to queer spaces in our world (fantasy and real alike).

-Be an active QJC intern and engage with fellow interns (through discord, email, collaboration on projects, etc.)


Writing Intern:


On the writing intern track, you can choose from two specializations:





Main responsibilities:

-Produce two quality written pieces each month at your own pace.

- Actively engage with the Queer Joy Collective community to gather personal stories, anecdotes, and experiences that contribute to the historical narrative

-Attend and document relevant events within the queer community, ensuring the historical record reflects the diversity and richness of queer experiences.

-Be an active QJC intern and engage with fellow interns (through discord, email, collaboration on projects, etc.)



Main responsibilities:

-Produce two quality written pieces each month at your own pace

-Showcase the ability to conduct in-depth research to uncover hidden or lesser-known narratives, adding depth and diversity to written pieces.

-Develop and demonstrate strong interview skills to extract meaningful and impactful stories from community members, activists, and influencers.

-Be an active QJC intern and engage with fellow interns (through discord, email, collaboration on projects, etc.)




Discover us at and @qjcollective on Instagram.

To apply, fill out our application at on our Internship Page.

Email all questions to


Chief Program Officer

Los Angeles

Is remote? Yes

Point Foundation


Posted: May 8, 2024

Contact Information

Kevin Chase

Job Description


Founded in 2001, Point Foundation is the nation’s largest scholarship-granting organization for LGBTQ+ students pursuing their dreams and goals through a post-secondary education. In addition to financial assistance, Point offers mentoring and leadership training to these students, empowering them to achieve their full academic and leadership potential despite the obstacles often put before them and go on to make a significant impact on society.



Reports directly to the Executive Director & CEO. Responsible for a team of six with two direct reports: a Director of Scholar Recruitment & Selection and a Director of Scholar Advocacy & Enrichment. Works collaboratively with the Chief of Staff, Senior Staff, and the Program Committee of the Board. 



The Chief Program Officer (CPO) is responsible for managing Point’s scholarship programs, spearheading program innovation and delivery, and collaborating with Point’s senior leaders to ensure the effectiveness and sustainability of programs. The CPO combines their experience working successfully in a non-profit setting with a background in serving students at the post-secondary level to provide expertise in program design and execution for diverse and promising lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) students.


Working closely with the Executive Director & CEO and Chief of Staff as thought partners and collaborators, the CPO helps articulate and guide a vision for Point’s programming that includes overall strategy, execution, and evaluation. The CPO ensures that all aspects of Point programming – including but not limited to scholarship funding, mentorship, and leadership development – operate at a level of excellence expected from the nation’s largest scholarship-granting organization for LGBTQ students.


The CPO collaborates and interacts with a range of audiences (scholars and applicants, staff, Board members, and campus-based admissions and student affairs professionals) to facilitate the process for selecting and supporting Point’s scholars. The CPO demonstrates flexibility, agile multi-tasking, and the ability to excel in a nonprofit setting while engaging with institutions of higher education. The CPO validates and responds to the needs and experiences of students, while remaining grounded in Point’s mission, the expectations of its donors and sponsors, and the strategic direction determined by the Board of Directors.



The successful candidate will be an experienced and dedicated professional with practical experience working with students in higher education, as well as a proven track record of leading high-functioning teams to expand programmatic offerings and improve quality of deliverables. They should bring a collaborative, transparent, and inclusive leadership style, combined with strong emotional intelligence and the ability to act decisively when necessary.

This person will have a demonstrated passion for Point Foundation’s mission and for LGBTQ+ equality, visibility, and representation. They will possess the ability to work effectively across diverse ages, races, socio-economic statuses, sexual orientations, and gender identities/expressions, both inside and outside of the organization, as well as an approach that facilitates effective collaboration with Board members, staff, Point Scholars, and volunteers.

Required Experience

  • 10+ years of demonstrated success in planning and managing multiple mission-driven programs in a professional setting of similar or larger size and complexity;
  • Experience in education/higher education, scholarship programs, or student development and a knowledge of issues impacting LGBTQ+, first generation, and/or BIPOC students;
  • Demonstrated history of designing, implementing, and/or improving innovative programs, as well as supporting the creation of funding proposals and budgets;
  • Experience implementing scholarship programs and/or strong understanding and connection to successful scholarship program models;
  • Experience recruiting, retaining, and supervising staff, as well as developing and implementing performance management and evaluation metrics;
  • Advanced verbal communication and professional writing abilities;
  • Determination, focus, and ability to consistently deliver excellent quality work;
  • Excellent time, resource, and project management skills;
  • A strong track record of managing and retaining volunteers;
  • Expertise in measuring program effectiveness, outcomes, and impact via data collection and analysis;
  • Proven collaborator with experience working with a high-performing senior leadership team;
  • Knowledge/proficiency with MS Windows OS and Office 365 applications (e.g., Sharepoint, Outlook);
  • Bachelor’s degree is required. Master’s degree is preferred.


Mentoring Program Manager

Los Angeles

Is remote? Yes

Point Foundation


Posted: November 8, 2023

Contact Information

Susan Linn Ferris

Job Description

Mentoring Program Manager

Point Foundation (Point) is the nation’s largest scholarship-granting organization for LGBTQ students. We provide scholarship funding, mentorship, leadership development, and a community of LGBTQ peers and supporters to springboard the next generation of LGBTQ leaders. Point’s work is vital because LGBTQ students face disproportionate barriers to accessing and succeeding in higher education. For more than 20 years, Point Foundation has empowered LGBTQ students nationwide to pursue their dreams. Our scholars have gone on to work in nearly every field, leading change in their communities.

Point Foundation Mission

Point empowers promising lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) students to achieve their full academic and leadership potential – despite the obstacles often put before them – to make a significant impact on society. Point Foundation is the nation’s largest scholarship-granting organization for LGBTQ students of merit.


Accountability, Authenticity, Diversity Equity and Inclusion, Empowerment, Innovation and Integrity & Trust

DEI AT Point

Point Foundation recognizes that LGBTQ, racial, and social injustices exist in our nation and is committed to intentionally cultivating diversity, equity and inclusion in every aspect of the organization.

Position Overview

The Mentoring Program Manager is responsible for overseeing and maintaining all aspects of Point’s group mentoring program and related projects, including the BIPOC expert coaching panel series. Key responsibilities include developing content and resources aligned with program goals, recruiting and training volunteers, arranging and scheduling mentoring groups, tracking participation, routinely assessing and reporting program outcomes, and implementing changes as needed to enhance the program.

The successful candidate will have demonstrated experience designing mentoring or learning experiences that center LGBTQ, BIPOC, and first-generation college students. This position requires an organized, detail-oriented team member that brings strong skills in developing interpersonal relationships, creative problem-solving, and project management. Point Foundation is an energetic and collaborative work environment, and successful candidates must be able to multi-task, prioritize, and adapt quickly to changing needs.

Reports To: Program Director, Scholar Advocacy & Enrichment 

Status: Non-Exempt, Full-Time

Location: Remote Position in the following areas: Los Angeles, San Francisco Bay Area, Chicago, New York City

*See full job posting


Gender Health Equity Specialist


Is remote? Yes

California Department of Public Health

Posted: January 19, 2024

Contact Information

Jason Tescher

Job Description

The Health Program Specialist I (HPS I) works as the Gender Health Equity Specialist, focusing on reducing gender-based health disparities experienced by LGBTQ+ Foster Youth. The HPS I will lead the administration of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ+) Foster Youth Capacity Resilience Fund - a grant program to demonstrate improved capacity, training, and culturally responsive care for LGBTQ+ foster youth, emphasizing vulnerable and marginalized youth populations. The HPS I functions as a highly skilled technical program consultant who regularly performs duties that include confidential and sensitive departmental and program issues in the area of grant development, management, community engagement. The incumbent will lead in design and management of the program, its procurement process and implementation. Finally, the HPS I will lead in community partner communications and engagement, interpretation of research and data; training; and contract and budget management for the program.The salary for HPS I positions ranges from $6,243 to $7,815 per month. (Applications Due 2/2/24)


Program Strategy Lead

San Francisco

Is remote? Yes



Posted: October 12, 2023

Contact Information

Brian Rodriguez


Clinical Operations Manager


Is remote? Yes

Queer Asterisk Therapeutic Services


Posted: May 7, 2024

Contact Information

Mark Gardett

Job Description

Position Title: Clinical Operations Manager

Department: Clinical Services

Report to: Clinical Director

Type: Full Time Employment, Hourly, Benefitted, Exempt


Compensation: $65,000-70,000 annual compensation for 40 hours of work per week, plus benefits. We provide a flexible, hybrid (remote and in-person) work schedule which includes 100% employer paid medical, dental, and vision insurance, a total of 26 days paid time off, and a 401(k) plan with 4% employer contribution and 100% vesting. This position is eligible for enrollment in the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program.


Our Mission: Queer Asterisk empowers and nurtures the diverse ways of being that queer people embody by providing accessible counseling, education and community programs that uplift queer, trans and gender expansive lives.


Position Summary

The Clinical Operations Manager supports a joyful, cooperative, queer-centered work environment for our diverse team of clinical supervisors, counselors, and interns.


Under the Clinical Ops Manager’s care, Queer Asterisk functions and flourishes in service of delivering the highest quality mental health services for Colorado’s queer and trans community. This role collaborates closely with the leadership team and the entire staff on a daily basis to ensure compliance, best practices, and delivery of care in alignment with Queer Asterisk’s mission, vision, and values.


An experienced team builder and administrator, the Clinical Ops Manager is responsible for overseeing fundamental aspects of clinical services, including timely documentation, scheduling, billing code accuracy, audits of client charts, and metric-related data and outcomes. This role also contributes insight and direction on special initiatives, with a focus on staff and client experience, and provides input on policies and procedures to govern effective and sustainable operations outcomes.


A successful candidate will meet with following minimum qualifications:

  • Colorado clinical license: LCSW, LPC-S, LMFT, PsyD or PhD
  • 2+ years postgraduate experience with individual, relationship, and group counseling
  • 2+ years of supervisory and program management experience
  • Proven ability to build strong teams, meet compliance standards and performance goals
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills


Position Relationships:

The Clinical Operations Manager works with Queer Asterisk staff as follows:

  • Reports to and Supported by Clinical Director
  • Supports Creative Director & Admissions Director
  • Coordinates with People Ops Manager
  • Delegates to and is Supported by Clinical Supervisors


Essential Duties and Responsibilities

The specific statements in each section below are not intended to be all-inclusive. They represent typical elements and criteria considered necessary to perform the job successfully. The job’s responsibilities and tasks may be modified and/or expanded over time. Queer Asterisk will inform the employee of changes in the respective job description.



  • Assists leadership with ongoing development and management of organizational policies and procedures, including updates to the Counselor Handbook
  • Provides ongoing assessment and evaluation of clinical services to ensure client needs and agency standards are met within budgetary guidelines
  • Contributes to organization-wide strategic planning, problem-solving, and resourcing
  • Works with the operations, billing, credentialing, fund development, accounting, and legal teams as needed to manage projects and initiatives across the organization
  • Acts as liaison between client care team and clinical team, helping to bridge communications regarding both client and counselor experience
  • Models Queer Asterisk values and philosophy of client-centered care, mindfulness, therapeutic personal conduct, and queer empowerment
  • Maintains current knowledge of assessment and treatment techniques and community resources via in-service training, workshops, and publications
  • Supports leadership towards pursuing Behavioral Health Entity (BHE) designation with the State of Colorado



  • Co-facilitates twice annual New Staff Orientation (NSO) for incoming clinical staff
  • Collaborates with leadership to provide ongoing training to clinical staff
  • Provides consultation to clinical supervisors as well as individual and group supervision to counselors and interns
  • Supports clinical team members with day-to-day operations
  • Collaborates with People Ops Manager to address HR concerns
  • Oversees monthly payroll for clinical staff to ensure accuracy and performance
  • Conducts monthly internal audits to ensure all clinical appointments have been recorded, payments accepted, clinical paperwork and documentation have been signed
  • Completes annual external audits as requested by insurance providers
  • Acts as go-to support for counselor utilization of Valant Electronic Health Records
  • System, communicating with Valant representatives regularly for additional support
  • Manages records requests and supports counselors with occasional case management and/or care coordination needs
  • Oversees curriculum development and management of the therapy group program
  • Provides individual, relationship, and group therapy to Queer Asterisk clients as deemed necessary, maintaining appropriate documentation


Queer Asterisk encourages applications from candidates who reflect the communities we serve, which includes Black, Indigenous, People of Color, Queer and Trans individuals. We are an equal opportunity employer. It is our policy not to discriminate based on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status in any of Queer Asterisk’s activities or operations.

Interested candidates, please contact with your cover letter and resume by May 24th.

Interested candidates, please contact with your cover letter and resume by May 24th.




Senior Manager of Champion Family Engagement

Is remote? Yes

The GenderCool Project


Posted: January 21, 2024

Contact Information

Casey Rady

Job Description

This remote position is open to candidates in the US Eastern, Central, and Mountain Time Zones.

About Us:

The GenderCool Project is a youth-led, youth-inspired movement and non-profit with a simple mission: help replace misinformed opinions with positive, powerful experiences actually meeting transgender and nonbinary youth who are thriving. GenderCool is seeking a passionate, inclusive individual interested in joining our team as the Senior Manager of Champion Family Engagement. Please visit to learn more about our organization.

About the Role:

In this key role within GenderCool, the Senior Manager of Champion Family Engagement will help build and develop the GenderCool Champion and Champion family program and community. GenderCool Champions are transgender and nonbinary youth and young adults ages 12 and older, who work to replace misinformed opinions with powerful, positive experiences meeting transgender and nonbinary young people who are thriving. As part of their work with GenderCool, Champions have: authored a book series, introduced the President of the United States; testified in front of local, state, and national legislatures; presented at major conferences; been featured in an hour-long ABC/Hulu special; and appeared on the front page of USA Today and in The New York Times, People, Self, Teen Vogue, The Advocate, and more. The Senior Manager of Champion Family Engagement will work directly and extensively with these Champions and their families.

Reporting to the Director of Programs and also working closely with the development and marketing/communications teams, the Senior Manager of Champion Family Engagement’s responsibilities include: managing and coordinating Champion engagement, programming, and training, working with Champions and families, and building relationships and networks between Champion families.

A successful candidate will be empathetic, thoughtful, and an exceptional communicator. They must possess strong organizational skills, with a minimum of 4 years of experience working directly with LGBTQ+ youth and young adults (ages 12 and older). They may have worked with youth and young adults in one or more of the following capacities: teaching or direct youth engagement in an educational context, facilitating, youth organizing/campaigning, social services, social work, counseling, youth development, recreation, program management, etc. The Senior Manager of Champion Family Engagement will honor the Champions as the voices of their own stories, while facilitating and amplifying the Champions’ ability to share their stories widely.


Champion Communication and Programming:

  • Provide a warm, caring, and confident communication style that supports the team working with Champions and families
  • Foster relationships in the GenderCool family community
  • Implement program policies, priorities, and procedures for the Champion program
  • Knowledgeable in parent and family engagement best practices
  • Collaborate with various partner organizations, non-profits, and parent advocacy groups to strengthen opportunities
  • Manage administrative tasks related to Champion engagement

Overall Champion Program

  • Establish and sustain leadership development opportunities for Champions
  • Work with Champion Alumni
  • Collaborate with team members and organizational partners on Champion programming
  • Support Champions and help prepare for events and new Champion opportunities

Ongoing Family Support

  • Organize Parent/Caregiver networking activities
  • Share relevant updates with families via email and the Facebook page
  • Continue to foster relationships and support families related to GenderCool activities

Important Qualities:

  • Ability to connect effectively and respectfully with diverse transgender and nonbinary youth and young adults ages 12 and older and their parents/guardians
  • Deep understanding of and commitment to the LGTBQ+ community, specifically the transgender and nonbinary communities
  • Exceptional interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills, both one-to-one and in groups
  • Comfort leading and facilitating Zoom/video calls and meetings with diverse audiences
  • Ability to work cross-departmentally and collaboratively
  • Ability to independently prioritize, manage, and complete multiple projects, while meeting deadlines and never losing sight of the organizational “big picture”
  • Understanding of technology and common workplace tools like Google Suite, Microsoft Office and others
  • Dedication to GenderCool’s mission


  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent education and professional experience required.
  • Minimum of 4 years of experience working directly with LGBTQ+ youth and young adults (ages 12 and older). Successful candidates may have worked with youth and young adults in one or more of the following capacities: teaching or direct youth engagement in an educational context, facilitating, youth organizing/campaigning, social services, social work, counseling, youth development, recreation, program management, etc.
  • Ability to successfully and effectively work remotely
  • Must be located in Eastern, Central, or Mountain Time Zones.
  • Must be able to travel up to 5 times a year on average.

Role Parameters

  • Remote full-time employee
  • Estimated Time Requirement: 40 hours per week
  • $55,000.00 - $61,000.00
  • Ideal start date: March 1, 2023


GenderCool offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes access to medical, dental, and vision insurance, life insurance, long- and short-term disability insurance, a dependent care FSA, an Employee Assistance Program (EAP), and a 401K. Employees starting at GenderCool will receive 2 weeks of sick leave and 3 weeks of paid time off (PTO) per year, as well as 12 Federal holidays.


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! Qualified candidates from historically marginalized groups often self-select out of applying to positions if they don't meet all the requirements listed. Qualified candidates may not meet every single part of this description but still have strong experience and expertise to offer.

Please submit your resume and cover letter for consideration. You may submit both in one document/file.


Part-Time (PRN) Medical Director

New Orleans

Is remote? Yes

Black Pride NOLA, 501(c)3


Posted: February 19, 2024

Contact Information

Santos Rodriguez

Job Description

Job description

Job Title: Part-Time (PRN) Medical Director

Organization: Black Pride NOLA, 501c3

Location: Remote (Anywhere in the United States) with requirement for Louisiana licensure or Telemedicine License from the Louisiana State Board of Medicine

About Black Pride NOLA:
Black Pride NOLA, a 501c3 organization, is dedicated to serving the Black LGBTQ community with a focus on health outreach and telemedicine programs. Our mission is to provide comprehensive care and support tailored to the unique needs of Black LGBTQ individuals. By leveraging innovative approaches and a dedicated team, we aim to improve health outcomes and promote wellness within our community.

Position Summary:
The Part-Time (PRN) Medical Director will play a pivotal role in overseeing medical services, with a primary focus on preventive care and social services navigation for HIV-negative participants within the Black LGBTQ community. This position will involve collaborating with a multidisciplinary team to deliver comprehensive care, including telemedicine services, within the outpatient setting. The Medical Director will provide guidance and support to Nurse Practitioners/Physician Assistants and Telemedicine Navigators, ensuring the delivery of high-quality, culturally competent care to our members.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide preventive care services and social services navigation for HIV-negative participants within the Black LGBTQ community.
  • Offer outpatient care consultation and treatment for preventive health measures, including but not limited to sexual health, mental health, substance abuse, and general wellness.
  • Collaborate with the care team to develop and implement individualized care plans, incorporating participant preferences and goals.
  • Lead and participate in the education of participants regarding preventive health measures, available resources, and healthy lifestyle choices, with a focus on addressing the unique needs of the Black LGBTQ population.
  • Work closely with Nurse Practitioners/Physician Assistants and Telemedicine Navigators to ensure coordinated care delivery and seamless transitions across the care continuum.
  • Stay abreast of evidence-based practices and guidelines in preventive medicine and social services, incorporating them into clinical decision-making.
  • Engage in continuous quality improvement efforts to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of healthcare delivery within the Black LGBTQ community.


  • Medical license in good standing in any U.S. state with the ability to obtain licensure in Louisiana or secure a Telemedicine License from the Louisiana State Board of Medicine.
  • Board certification in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Preventive Medicine, or a related field.
  • Basic Life Support (BLS) certification and DEA registration.
  • Experience in preventive medicine, social services navigation, or working with medically underserved populations is preferred.
  • Proficiency in electronic medical records (EMR) systems and Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with a commitment to cultural sensitivity and diversity, particularly within the Black LGBTQ community.

Working Conditions and Requirements:

  • This role operates in a remote patient care setting without potential exposure to blood, bodily fluids, and infectious materials.

Job Type: Part-Time, PRN

Pay: (Subject to negotiation)

Benefits: Not specified (Subject to negotiation)

Application Process:
Please submit a resume/CV and cover letter outlining your qualifications and interest in the position to Santos Rodriguez, Assistant Director, at

Black Pride NOLA is an equal opportunity employer and encourages individuals from diverse backgrounds, particularly those within the Black LGBTQ community, to apply.

Note: This job description is subject to change at the discretion of Black Pride NOLA.

Job Types: Part-time, Contract

Salary: $68.00 - $109.00 per hour



  • Professional development assistance
  • Referral program




  • Choose your own hours


Work Location: Remote



GLAD Staff Attorney

Boston, Massachusetts

Is remote? Yes

GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders (GLAD)
Boston, MA


Posted: November 21, 2023

Contact Information

Name: Keisha Pierce

Link to posting:

Job Description

The Opportunity

Since 1978, GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders (GLAD) has achieved scores of precedent-setting legal victories to end discrimination based on gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, and HIV status. Time after time, GLAD has broken through resistance and prejudice to make real progress for transgender rights, family protections and marriage equality, LGBTQ+ youth rights, protections for people living with HIV and much more. GLAD is focused on working at the cutting edge of LGBTQ+ rights, advancing strategies to address discrimination occurring at the intersections of race and LGBTQ+ status, and keeping a close watch on a counter-movement that is fighting hard to roll back critical progress.

We are at a critical moment in our efforts for LGBTQ+ justice, racial justice, and lived equality. The rights of LGBTQ+ people, and transgender individuals in particular, are under attack, as evidenced by the over 500 anti-LGBTQ bills filed in 45 state legislatures this year and efforts by opponents to expand religious exemptions to LGBTQ+ nondiscrimination protections through a conservative-leaning federal judiciary. 

To deepen and expand our legal and advocacy work into our next chapter, GLAD seeks a staff attorney to engage in GLAD’s cutting-edge impact litigation, public policy advocacy, and education. The Staff Attorney will work independently and collaboratively within a team made up of some of the most experienced LGBTQ+ advocates in the movement, and will have the opportunity to be mentored and grow into the next generation of legal advocates and leaders for the LGBTQ+ community. 


About the Role

GLAD seeks an attorney with a minimum of 3-7 years of litigation, legal research and writing, and/or policy experience, who has a passion for LGBTQ+ and/or HIV work as well as all related social justice issues that impact the LGBTQ+ community, including racial justice. Reporting to one of the senior directors in the department and working in collaboration with the legal team, the Staff Attorney will handle an active workload of litigation, legislation, and policy issues to advance GLAD’s organizational priorities. 

This position presents an opportunity for an emerging legal leader to learn from GLAD’s experienced and intergenerational legal team, helping create and implement strategies using legislation, litigation, policy, and public education to advance justice on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, and HIV status, and exemplify commitment to racial justice. 

The Staff Attorney works collaboratively with the Legal Department and other GLAD staff to: 

  • Contribute to the legal department's decision-making strategy, help identify and assess matters for impact litigation, and file cases in state and federal court and other disputes. 
  • Serve on litigation teams, including being involved in case and client development, legal research, pleadings and briefs drafting, discovery and motion practice, hearings, trials, and appeals. 
  • Support amicus curiae efforts through brief writing and coordination. 
  • Provide technical expertise and support to private litigators and organizations facing complex LGBTQ issues in state and federal courts and government agencies. 
  • Monitor and selectively engage in legal policy and legislative affairs and developments, both in federal law and with respect to the laws and governments of the New England states and nationally, through consultation and collaboration, legal research and drafting, identifying stakeholders and experts, lobbying, and public education. 
  • Provide support for GLAD Answers, GLAD’s legal information and referral service, including by working up legal intakes and providing individual support or legal referrals, where appropriate, to people who seek legal help. 
  • Engage in select legal, community, and stakeholder presentations, events, forums, including information sharing and developing and representing GLAD positions to the media and the public.
  • Center organizational values, including anti-racism, equity, inclusion, and mutual respect in all work.



  • J.D. degree and admission to practice law in at least one state in the United States. If not licensed in a New England state, the candidate may also be required to seek admission to a New England state within one year of hire. 
  • Minimum of 3-7 years of litigation, legal research and writing, and/or policy experience who has a passion for LGBTQ+ and/or HIV work as well as all related social justice issues that impact the LGBTQ+ community, including racial justice.
  • Strong legal research, analysis, writing, and oral communication skills. 
  • Previous litigation experience including motion practice, trial practice and/or appeals.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills in context of client and client development, all aspects of litigation, lobbying or advocacy with government officials, and public persuasion. 
  • Understanding of and commitment to the ways that all forms of discrimination, including racial discrimination, impacts the LGBTQ community and informs our strategies and priorities. 
  • Ability to build mutually respectful and collaborative partnerships with other marginalized communities including communities of color. 
  • Potential for growth and development in skills and expertise as an attorney over time. 
  • Demonstrated ability to work across departments and teams, both internally and externally with diverse stakeholders.
  • Independence, as well as the ability to work as part of an integrated team.

Other helpful qualifications include: 

  • Knowledge of LGBTQ+ law and/or policy, anti-discrimination, health care, education, family, and/or constitutional law. 



This is a full-time, exempt position with a competitive salary range of $90,000-$120,000 for attorneys 3-5 years out of law school and $100,000-$135,000 for attorneys 6-10 years out of law school. GLAD provides excellent benefits including three weeks of paid vacation, fully paid individual health and dental insurance, and disability insurance.



This is a national remote-eligible position with the expectation of regular travel every other month to GLAD’s office in Boston. 


45 Years of Groundbreaking Work

GLAD has been changing history since our founding in 1978. GLAD argued the Supreme Court case that established people living with HIV are protected under the Americans with Disabilities Act. GLAD lawyers broke ground on some of the movement’s earliest transgender rights victories, including winning the first appeals court decision to affirm that discrimination based upon transgender identity is prohibited under sex discrimination laws as well as landmark rulings in areas including gender affirming medical care and transgender students’ educational access. GLAD’s decades-long leadership in the marriage equality movement culminated in arguing for and winning the freedom to marry nationally at the U.S. Supreme Court in 2015. 

Now in its fifth decade, GLAD is well positioned to leverage its substantial experience and track record of strategic victories to address systemic discrimination, push back against efforts to reverse progress, and expand access to equity and justice for the entire community.


GLAD’s Mission, Structure and Values
Through strategic litigation, legislation, public policy advocacy, and education, GLAD works in New England and nationally to create a just society free of discrimination based on gender identity and expression, HIV status, and sexual orientation. 

Headquartered in Boston, MA and governed by a Board of Directors, GLAD operates with a $4+ million annual budget and 30+ staff and interns. 

GLAD operates with a commitment to the following organizational values: Justice and Lived Equality; Inclusion, Equity, and Mutual Respect; Anti-Racism; and Collaboration.

Visit to learn more about our work, history, staff, board and values.  


Justice for All 

GLAD’s newly adopted strategic plan endeavors to deepen our national leadership and impact, expand our legal capacity, protect a multiracial, pluralistic democracy, and sustain an antiracist and intergenerational movement for the long term.


Our Commitment to Racial Justice

GLAD is focused on ensuring that our legal strategies to advance LGBTQ+ equity and equality acknowledge intersecting oppressions and advance interlocking social movements, particularly movements for racial justice. 

GLAD’s work focuses on both harm reduction within systems that disproportionately target and harm LGBTQ+ people of color as well as the imperative to reform, dismantle and create alternatives to the systems themselves. LGBTQ+ youth of color are over-disciplined in school, disproportionately targeted by police, and disproportionately represented in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems. LGBTQ+ adults of color are disproportionately represented and face exceptionally brutal treatment in our systems of incarceration. The HIV epidemic continues to disproportionately harm communities of color, especially gay men of color, who lack the same access to life-saving prophylactic medications such as PrEP.  

GLAD challenges discriminatory systems, policies and practices; engages in intentional, sustained partnerships with LGBTQ communities of color; and works to build and maintain coalitions with allied social justice movements. We pay equal attention to our organizational culture, practices, and staff and board composition to ensure that they reflect these values.


Executive Director with Trans Lifeline

Boston, Massachusetts

Is remote? Yes

NRG Consulting Group
Boston, MA


Posted: April 3, 2024

Contact Information

Name: Jaclyn Jones, Lead Recruiter

Link to posting:

Job Description

NRG Consulting Group is helping Trans Lifeline hire an Executive Director to help further  Trans Lifeline’s mission as a trans-led organization providing trans peers with connection, care, and advocacy.

The Executive Director, who reports to the Board, will direct organizational strategy, raise funds, and build organizational culture. They’ll lead the organization to build on the strong foundation of grassroots support as the only national hotline that doesn’t do non-consensual intervention and offers direct emotional and financial support to trans people in crisis. 

The successful candidate has at least 5 years experience in senior management and has experience working within direct-service crisis intervention, mental health, and/or social services sectors. This is a remote position and the salary range is $127,000-$150,000 plus benefits.

The deadline to submit an application is April 26, 2024. Please share with anyone who may be interested and send referrals our way! Reach out to with any questions.   



Administrative Coordinator

Boston, Massachusetts

Is remote? Yes

SpeakOUT Boston
Boston, MA


Posted: March 5, 2024

Contact Information

Name: Ellyn Ruthstrom, Executive Director
Phone: 8772239390

Link to posting:

Job Description

PT Administrative Coordinator for SpeakOUT Boston

SpeakOUT Boston is looking for a part-time Administrative Coordinator (AC) to focus on the administrative support of the ongoing work of this small grassroots nonprofit. The AC must have the ability to work remotely with their own computer. Some attendance at events around the Boston area will occasionally be a part of the job. Familiarity with the local LGBTQ+ community and nonprofit environment is preferred. Responsibilities will include coordinating speaking engagement logistics and speaker trainings, social media and community outreach, billing tasks and data entry. Should have some administrative experience, computer skills, writing and communication skills, ability to be self-directed and comfortable working remotely. $20/hr for 12-15 hour average work week. To apply, please send a cover letter and a copy of your resume to: Executive Director, Ellyn Ruthstrom at by Friday, March 15. For full job description, please visit our website. 



Telehealth Therapist (Remote)


Is remote? Yes



Posted: March 20, 2024

Contact Information

John Douglas

Job Description

Affirmations LGBTQ+ Community Center was founded in 1989 with a mission to provide a welcoming space where people of all sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions, and cultures can find support and unconditional acceptance, and where they can learn, grow, socialize and feel safe.

Affirmations is so much more than a beautiful building in the heart of a vibrant city (Ferndale). Affirmations protects our right to live our authentic lives safely and with integrity. Affirmations is the hopes and dreams of our youth and the antidote to isolation for our seniors. Affirmations is the promise of recovery to those that struggle with addiction and a safe harbor for those struggling to come out

If our mission aligns with yours, we encourage you to consider joining us!

About the Role:

The Telehealth Therapist is a Full-time, exempt, remote position. They will play a crucial role in providing accessible and culturally competent mental health services to the LGBTQ+ community. Their responsibility will be to connect with clients through virtual therapy, and contribute to the overall mission of our organization by fostering emotional well-being, resilience, and empowerment. The pay range for this position is  ($50,000 - $55,000 per year).

About You:

  • Master's or Doctoral degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, or a related field.
  • Licensed as a mental health professional in the state of Michigan(LCSW, LPC, LMFT, Psychologist).
  • Experience in providing telehealth services and a strong understanding of ethical considerations related to remote therapy.
  • Passion for and commitment to LGBTQ+ advocacy and mental health support.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively within a virtual team environment.
  • Experience with and commitment to providing letters of support for gender affirming medical care
  • Education and/or experience providing care and therapy to youth
  • Knowledgeable and experienced in trauma-informed care
  • Familiarity with EHR software
  • Experience maintaining HIPAA compliance

Don’t precisely meet all of the requirements above but you’re still interested? At Affirmations, we understand a bulleted list isn’t all there is to a person. Your unique personality, skills, and experiences may be exactly what we need. We encourage you to apply anyway!

If you’re interested in joining an organization that prioritizes employee wellness, values a culture of belonging, and is constantly evolving to fulfill the mission statement, please apply using the application below. 

Additional Benefits:

  • Affirmations offers a generous benefits package, including:
  • Health, dental and vision coverage
  • 401k
  • short-term disability and long-term disability insurance - No cost to employees
  • Hybrid work options
  • Generous paid time off


The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of essential functions, responsibilities, or requirements. Affirmations will provide reasonable accommodations as necessary to allow an individual with a disability to apply for and/or perform the essential functions of a position.  Please reach out to our HR team to request an accommodation. It is the policy of Affirmations to provide equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, age, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, height, weight, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, HIV/AIDS status, political affiliation, veteran status, familial status, physical or mental disability status, pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical condition, genetic information, misdemeanor arrest record, military status, veteran status, or other legally protected status in accordance with applicable local, state or federal law. The policy applies to recruitment, hiring, training, promotion, transfer, compensation, benefits and all other aspects of employment.

At Affirmations we believe that diversity is a strength, and that services for LGBTQ+ people need to be relevant and responsive to the needs of those most marginalized in our communities. Therefore, we strongly encourage applications from people with marginalized identities.



Executive Director

Traverse City

Is remote? Yes

Up North Pride


Posted: December 3, 2023

Contact Information

Jill May

Job Description

Up North Pride
Job Announcement: Executive Director


The Up North Pride mission is to foster inclusive spaces by providing education and resources, inspiring activism and advocacy, and producing community-focused 2SLGBTQIA+ programs and events. Our programming and events create safe spaces for the 2SLGBTQIA+ community to gather, express, find each other, and celebrate who we are. We also provide opportunities for healthy discussions, education, and connections to resources. We envision a community where all of Northern Michigan’s 2SLGBTQIA+ members are visible, celebrated, and supported in all aspects of life. Since its founding 10 years ago, Up North Pride has grown to be the largest 100% volunteer-driven LGBTQ+ Pride event in Michigan—attracting more than 6,000 attendees per year—and Michigan's premier Pride destination, as well as a leader in Northern Michigan's LGBTQ+ advocacy. Up North Pride is made possible by overwhelming support from the community, including over 100 sponsors representing a variety of organizations, small businesses and corporations, 100+ volunteers, and a dedicated working board of directors.


Up North Pride is seeking an experienced professional to provide leadership and management of the continued growth of the organization in meeting the complex and ever-evolving needs of the Northern Michigan 2SLGBTQIA+ community.  The Executive Director will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for Up North Pride’s staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission. The ideal candidate will be a natural connector with excellent listening, communication and relationship building skills, able to aggregate talent and allies and build bridges between people from different communities, sectors and backgrounds. They will demonstrate a keen awareness of the needs and strengths of people and the versatility to read and respond to a changing environment and diverse perspectives, all from a social justice, intersectional framework of working with the 2SLGBTQIA+ community.


The Executive Director is responsible for furthering the Up North Pride mission. General responsibilities include the supervision of a $200,000 annual operating budget and direct supervision of volunteer committees in partnership with the Board of Directors. Additional responsibilities include: 

  • Ensure ongoing programmatic excellence, rigorous program evaluation, and consistent quality of finance and administration, fundraising, communications, and systems
  • Recommend timelines and resources needed to achieve the organization’s strategic goals
  • Actively engage and energize Up North Pride’s volunteers, board members, event committees, partnering organizations, and funders  
  • Develop, maintain, and support a strong board of directors; serve as ex-officio of each committee, seek and build board involvement with strategic direction for ongoing operations
  • Ensure effective systems to track scaling progress, and regularly evaluate program components so as to measure successes that can be effectively communicated to the board, funders, and other constituents
  • Oversee and engage in community awareness, systems change, and community engagement efforts to further Up North Pride’s mission and support long-term community change
  • Expand local revenue generating and fundraising activities to support existing program operations and expansion 
  • Deepen and refine all aspects of communications—from web presence to external relations with the goal of creating a stronger brand  
  • Use external presence and relationships to garner new opportunities 
  • Develop and maintain standard operating procedures for all events and programs
  • Other duties as assigned


The Executive Director will be thoroughly committed to Up North Pride’s mission and the people we serve. All candidates must have proven leadership, organizational development, fundraising, financial, and relationship management experience. The Executive Director must also have extensive knowledge of the dynamics of oppression and the history of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community.  

Concrete demonstrable experience and other qualifications include:  

  • At least 5 years of successful senior management experience 
  • Track record of effectively leading a performance- and outcomes-based organization and staff
  • Ability to point to specific examples of having developed and operationalized strategies that have taken an organization to the next stage of growth 
  • Unwavering commitment to quality programs and data-driven program evaluation
  • Proven ability to provide sound financial management oversight and ensure consistent financial health and sustainability of a nonprofit organization
  • Successful fundraising track record, including the proven ability to provide oversight to a diverse organizational funding strategy, and to manage relationships with individual, corporate, foundation, and government funders
  • Excellence in organizational management with the ability to coach staff and volunteers, manage and develop high-performance teams, and set and achieve strategic objectives
  • Past success working with a board of directors with the ability to cultivate and strengthen board member relationships
  • Ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills; persuasive and passionate communicator
  • Strong marketing and public relations experience, with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders and cultures 
  • A demonstrated ability to leverage social media for positive social change
  • Experience in social justice work, including advocating for legislative reform at the state and federal levels
  • Proficient in Google Suite, Slack, social media management, and familiarity with CRM/donor management platforms


The ideal candidate represents at least the majority of the following characteristics, experiences and  expertise:

  • A desire to work with and on behalf of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community and to otherwise further Up North Pride’s mission
  • A desire to lead a working board as it transitions to a governance structure
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism and a willingness to commit to cultural humility as a lifelong process of self-reflection and self-critique whereby the individual not only learns about another's culture, but one starts with an examination of her/his/their own beliefs and cultural identities
  • Passion, empathy, idealism, integrity, positive attitude, mission-driven, and self-directed
  • Action-oriented, entrepreneurial, adaptable, innovative, and collaborative

The ideal candidate will be committed to:

  • Effectuating long term social change for the benefit of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community
  • Working collaboratively with a diverse board of directors and volunteers


$75,000 per year
Hours: Full Time / Exempt
Reports to: Board of Directors
Location: Remote. In person attendance of events and occasional meetings is required. Must be able to work a variety of hours in order to accommodate events at certain times throughout the year.
Physical requirements: Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds at times. Must be able to stand and walk for long periods of time during events.

To Apply: Submit resume and cover letter to

Up North Pride is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to diminishing the influence of privilege and discrimination in our field and our workplace, whether due to differences concerning age, citizenship, color, disability, marital or parental status, race, religion, gender identity and expression, or sexual orientation.


Communications Intern


Is remote? Yes

ORAM - Organization for Refuge, Asylum and Migration


Posted: September 14, 2023

Contact Information

Katherine Jacobson

Job Description

Communications Intern

ORAM – Organization for Refuge, Asylum & Migration
Hours: Remote 15 hours/week, U.S.-based candidates only, Minneapolis-based preferred
Anticipated dates: October 1st – December 29, 2023
Pay: $18/hr


Are you passionate about topics such as migration, refugees, and LGBTIQ rights? Do you have experience or an interest in communications and/or nonprofit development? Do you have great attention to detail? Are you social media savvy?

ORAM advocates for the protection of extremely vulnerable refugees and asylum seekers who are fleeing persecution based on sexual orientation and/or gender identity and expression (SOGIE). This Communications Internship gives you the opportunity to assist with the development of our communications strategy; report on areas of interest such as human rights, migration, and refugees; support funding opportunities; and much more.

This Communications Internship gives you the opportunity to assist with the development of our communications strategy, report on areas of interest such as human rights, migration, refugees, support funding opportunities, and much more.  You will also gain professional development training and a professional network of peers.



Below is a breakdown of responsibilities and includes duties, but may not be limited to, the following:

Communications (60%)

  • Writing captivating social media content for ORAM’s main social media platforms.
  • Creating branding materials and graphics using Canva.
  • Scheduling and distributing social media content using Buffer.
  • Compling monthly social media and website analytics.
  • Writing and contributing blog posts on behalf of the organization (you will get a by-line!).
  • Website maintenance using Wix.
  • Assist with interviews of ORAM staff members in the field and with the LGBTIQ refugees whom ORAM serves.
  • Assisting with event-planning.
  • Gathering performance analytics from ORAM’s website, blog posts, newsletters, and social media channels and sharing them with the communications team
  • Evaluating communications analytics and proposing new ideas and strategies

Development (20%)

  • Researching donors and funding opportunities
  • Assisting with the maintenance of ORAM’s donor database
  • Assisting with fundraising events
  • Creating fundraising materials and assisting with fundraising campaigns.

Administration (20%)

  • Attending regular meetings with the Communications and Development Coordinator.
  • Attending weekly team meetings.
  • Maintaining ORAM’s online organization.
  • Preparing and formatting organizational documents.
  • Other duties as needed.



Desired Skills include, but may not be limited to, the following:

  • Interest in a career in communications or development (degrees in communications or social sciences are preferable)
  • Experience working with social media channels such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
  • Strong grasp of social media management and campaign development.
  • Experience creating engaging social media content.
  • Knowledge of Canva, Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator), Microsoft Suite, and Wix
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English
  • Knowledge of issues facing asylum seekers and refugees and/or interest in LGBTIQ issues
  • Energy, enthusiasm, and a sense of humor
  • Familiarity with ORAM’s existing communications channels and content
  • Knowledge of social media analytics software including Facebook Insights, Google Analytics, and Twitter Analytics
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail required


We are proud to work on borderless teams. We bring on great people from a wide variety of backgrounds and specifically encourage members of the LGBTIQ community and/or refugee, immigrant, or other displaced communities to join us.

ORAM is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering employment and internships without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, national origin, citizenship, physical or mental disability, or protected veteran status. ORAM complies with all applicable laws governing nondiscrimination in employment.


SQSHBook Developer (Contractor)

St. Louis / Remote

Is remote? Yes

St. Louis Queer+ Support Helpline (SQSH)


Posted: February 12, 2024

Contact Information

Amanda Im

Job Description

About this position:

  • Location: Hybrid/Remote
  • Duration: At least 2 Years (Jan 1, 2024 – Dec 31, 2025), with renewal opportunities based on grant funding.
  • Status: Contractor, Hourly (3-4 hours/week, 144 hours/year)
  • Compensation: $30/hour
  • Benefits: N/A

SQSH's SQSHBook Developer works to help actualize SQSH’s mission of building our community’s capacity for resource connections, grassroots referrals, and advocacy, and increasing resource systems’ accountability and responsiveness to queer St. Louisans’ needs and values. This community- and internal-facing position is responsible for implementing the development features needed to implement SQSH’s SQSHBook Resource Guide program. They ensure that SQSHBook’s web application and user features are robust, impactful, and aligned with our collective liberation values.

This is an internal-facing role that requires a passion for building user-friendly web applications, reimagining resource directories, bringing SQSHBook’s vision to life, and using their development skills to improve the SQSHBook.

Download the full posting (including Responsibilities & Qualifications).


SAGE | Senior Director, Development Operations, Strategy and Stewardship


Is remote? Yes



Posted: January 19, 2024

Contact Information

DRG Talent

Job Description


Senior Director, Development Operations, Strategy and Stewardship

Remote, USA





SAGE is the world’s largest and oldest organization dedicated to improving the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBTQ+) older adults. Founded in 1978 and headquartered in New York City, SAGE offers supportive services and consumer resources for LGBTQ+ older adults and their caregivers, advocates for public policy changes that address the needs of LGBTQ+ older people and provides cultural competency training for aging providers and LGBTQ+ organizations, largely through its National Resource Center on LGBTQ+ Aging and its growing social enterprise SAGECare.


The Senior Director, Development Operations, Strategy and Stewardship reports directly to the Chief Development Officer as a true right hand. The Senior Director, Development Operations, Strategy and Stewardship will also be responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining systems that ensure the successful and effective implementation of the department’s annual development plan. They will be responsible for ensuring operational excellence, efficiency, and rigor in implementing the development team’s fundraising strategy, providing data analysis to processes and reporting in support of fundraising. This role will manage a team of 3, directly supervising the Director of Individual Giving and Development Operations (who oversees one Development Coordinator) and the Director of Special Events.



Strategy and Implementation

  • Takes a leadership role in ensuring the team's success in meeting annual fundraising goals.
  • Serves as a strategy partner with CDO in ensuring the team's success in meeting its fundraising goals through implementing the systems that will enable large scale fundraising campaigns and events, including analyzing data to identify goals and target donors, creating systems within our CRM and in the team's workflow.
  • Drive development operations strategy to provide the infrastructure, processes, procedures and systems that optimize efficiency and productivity through iteration on the Development Team’s Standard Operating Procedure manual.
  • Recognize opportunities for innovative solutions and create an environment where alternative viewpoints are welcomed.
  • Works with the Chief Development Officer to assess and determine appropriate technologies including the team's fundraising CRM, managing projects related to selection, installation, implementation, and maintenance of fundraising technologies.
  • Provides leadership, training, mentoring, and support to a remote team.
  • Acts as a partner to the CDO as a Development team leader for team professional development and team building activities.


Operations and Events

  • Develops, implements, and monitors fundraising systems including those that project revenue and track donor pipelines, the implementation of moves management, reporting mechanisms, information technology, and data infrastructure to support operations as they relate to all fundraising programs consistent with the development team’s annual development plan.
  • Oversees the timely and accurate production of all gift reporting, statistical analyses, and evaluations.
  • Oversees the strategy and production of all events and donor experiences to ensure effective use of funds and highest ROI to strengthen/cultivate donor relationships and raise revenue.
  • Work with the Director of Special Events to create a rubric for analyzing meaningful metrics to assess and enhance SAGE’s in person events and virtual experiences.
  • Supervises gift acceptance, processing, recording, and tracking.
  • Oversees the team's adherence to gift policies and donor intent.
  • Serves as a liaison to the Finance Department on financial reporting, reconciliation, tracking, projections, and other issues.
  • Serves as liaison and partner with IT department on ensuring the department’s compliance with organizational policies and practices.



  • Manages and supports the operations and development teams in providing effective prospect research support including contact screenings, prospecting, and development of robust donor profiles.
  • Leads collaborative efforts between the fundraising teams to create meaningful and personalized stewardship strategies for SAGE's family of donors, partners, and funders.
  • Manages the operations and events team, as well as SAGE's fundraising consultant to implement a calendar of stewardship strategies including acknowledgement, data management, in person and virtual events and briefings, annual reports, and other special communications and opportunities.

Team Management

  • Develop the capacity of the team, deepen understanding of their roles and assist with career development.
  • Provide team members with the information, tools and resources to improve performance and reach objectives.
  • Promote accountability, communicate expectations, and provide constructive feedback informally and formally via regular one on ones and performance reviews.
  • Create and sustain a work environment of mutual respect where team members strive to achieve excellence.
  • Hire, orient and lead team members as necessary.




Education and Experience

  • 5-8 years’ experience with the Salesforce or another fundraising CRM
  • Experience with online fundraising platforms
  • Experience with creating and customizing reports
  • Familiarity with and a passion for addressing issues related to LGBTQ+ aging.


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Develops and communicates a strong vision for how the operations and stewardship of a development team can enable strong fundraising outcomes
  • Effective and positive team leader committed to building a collegial team culture
  • Strategic thinker with strong analytical skills
  • Team player with a can-do attitude and a passion for our shared work as an organization
  • Embodiment of our organizational values of teamwork and optimism
  • Expertise in Microsoft Office suite, especially Excel
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively organize and coordinate multiple priorities.
  • Problem solving abilities paired with excellent judgment
  • Ability to train and answer questions from non-technical users
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to develop and manage a strategic plan with multiple projects and deadlines.


Compensation Package

This is an outstanding opportunity for a highly motivated individual who is excited to expand their skills and expertise at a growing organization. Sage is prepared to offer a salary range of $140,000- $155,000.

Sage offers a generous benefits package including:

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • 401k and Company match
  • Vision
  • PTO including Vacation, Sick, and Personal Days
  • Life Insurance
  • FSA/HRA/Dependent Care

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

To apply for this position, please click HERE.

Sarah Raful Whinston, Principal

Jin Lee, Associate



Communications and Storytelling Officer (Remote)

New York

Is remote? Yes

Funders for LGBTQ Issues


Posted: February 28, 2024

Contact Information

Job Description


Funders for LGBTQ Issues is a network of more than 100 foundations, corporations, and funding institutions that collectively award more than $1 billion annually, including approximately $200 million specifically devoted to LGBTQ issues.

We work to educate and organize funders, and support power-building to create an abundance of resources for the justice and liberation of all queer communities through our research, programs and philanthropic organizing.

Funders for LGBTQ Issues is unique in that the organization not only raises funds to support its own work, but also works to increase resources for the LGBTQ movement, particularly the most under-served communities within the LGBTQ movement including LGBTQ people of color, transgender communities, and women. Please visit for more information on our work.


Funders for LGBTQ Issues educates and organizes funders, and supports power-building to create an abundance of resources for the justice and liberation of all queer communities.

We envision a world where all queer, trans, and gender non-conforming people are liberated, loved, valued, respected, and thriving.


Funders for LGBTQ Issues is a philanthropic organizer committed to increasing resources for LGBTQ movements. The backbone of this work is its original research which describes the scale, scope, and impact of funding for LGBTQ communities and influences its programmatic work.

The Communications and Storytelling Officer (CSO) will play an integral role in the organization’s communications and marketing infrastructure, strengthening the organization’s communications capacity to better tell the story of Funders for LGBTQ Issues’ work. The CSO will work closely with all departments at Funders for LGBTQ Issues to develop and enhance branding, messaging, content creation, and social media campaigns and will serve as a thought partner to the Director of External Affairs.

Together with the Director of External Affairs, the CSO will support organization-wide communications and marketing goals, with a specific focus on storytelling and the use of the narrative to support the organization’s philanthropic organizing work. This position will help design and execute a strategic communications plan for Funders, coordinating communications activities that help build the organization’s brand identity for various stakeholders (e.g. institutional members, individual donors, the philanthropic sector, and LGBTQ nonprofits), better clarifying opportunities for partnership with each.

The CSO fills an essential role in Funders for LGBTQ Issues’ Department of External Affairs, which oversees the organization’s communications and development work. They will work closely with the Director of External Affairs and Membership Engagement Officer to ensure unified external messaging. The ideal candidate will be aligned with the organization’s mission and vision and will approach the work from a place of curiosity, working cross-departmentally to identify gaps and opportunities for external communications; proactively building communications plans to fill them in line with the broader strategic communications strategy.


  • As a close thought partner with the Director of External Affairs, support the development and execution of the organization's strategic communications strategy.

  • Create and maintain the organization's communications calendar.

  • Support the creation of written communications (e.g. op-eds, annual recap reports, and public statements).

  • Develop, design, and produce key communications products including: Q-Notes (our monthly e-newsletter), news posts on, social media posts, event copy, and other promotional content as needed; podcast editing experience is a plus.

  • Provide guidance and editorial support to team members creating communications materials.

  • Work with the Director of External Affairs on the creation and delivery of semi-regular talking points to staff and board on the organization’s key activities to drive development prospects and ensure cohesion of institutional voice.

  • Coordinate with department and program leads to amplify our programs and activities to our membership and other core audiences.

  • Manage the organization’s social media presence (e.g. LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter) focusing on growing our audience and providing useful resources to members and philanthropic partners while building brand identity and cohesion.

  • Drive promotion for and support event production of organization and partner events, including the Funding Forward Conference, the Pride in Philanthropy Awards, and our quarterly funder briefings.

  • Maintain and update the organization’s website and work with our web developer to fix bugs and ensure seamless delivery of all web content.

  • In collaboration with other staff, manage our CRM (Everyaction) and maintain up-to-date data to drive email marketing and engagement with key audiences.

  • Represent Funders for LGBTQ Issues for key partners and at relevant conferences (normal travel for this position is 10%)

  • Regularly maintain and update style and branding guides, communication processes, and other internal knowledge management documents.

  • Audit the website and serve as a project manager on a rebrand of our organization’s website and materials over the next 2 years.

  • Attend virtual webinars and funder briefings where organization staff are presenting to promote via social media and to recap for news posts and sector publications.

  • Identify opportunities for communications partnerships (e.g. pitching content to peer organizations and landing earned media in press)

  • Support the storytelling aspect of Board meetings and assist with the creation and editing of reports and presentations for the Board.

  • Stay current and knowledgeable on the field of communications and marketing, the philanthropic sector, and the landscape of LGBTQ nonprofits.


  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to proactively manage projects, the CSO will work closely with all departments at Funders for LGBTQ Issues on branding, messaging, content creation, social media, and print materials. The ideal candidate operates well independently and is used to working dynamically across a small team to ensure they have a holistic picture of the organization and its work.

  • Excellent writing and editing skills, with the ability to synthesize ideas in a succinct and compelling manner.

  • Demonstrated interest in building and maintaining brand identity for a variety of external audiences.

  • Strong design sense and experience creating collateral materials. The ideal candidate has experience with and is comfortable using Adobe Creative Suite (e.g. Photoshop, Illustrator, and/or InDesign; experience with Audition for podcast editing is a plus) or comparable design software.

  • Demonstrated broad range of communications skills, comfort with strategy development and execution of publications, web, social media, earned media, and media relations including experience employing an array of platforms (print, digital, media) to reach targeted audiences.

  • Demonstrated thought partnership with a previous team or supervisor.

  • Passion for Funders for LGBTQ Issues’ mission and vision with a broad understanding and commitment to LGBTQ issues and social justice.

  • Organized and detail-oriented, with the ability to prioritize and juggle multiple projects and deadlines while advancing long-term organizational goals.

  • Understanding and experience working with WordPress sites.

  • Strong aptitude for learning and adapting to new technology, with experience using e-mail marketing software such as Constant Contact or EveryAction.

  • Minimum of 4 to 6 years of equivalent experience; experience in the philanthropic sector is not required but a commitment to learning the intricacies of the sector is.

  • Excellent sense of humor.


    This role is remote to the continental US. All staff are given the opportunity for an office rental $350 monthly stipend. All staff receive a monthly stipend of $100 for internet and cell phone.


    Periodically, employees engage in work travel. Such work travel is voluntary, with the full understanding of the health and safety risks involved, and FLGBTQI shall not be responsible for any and all potential exposure to COVID-19 as a result of employment with FLGBTQI. Normal travel for this position is 10%.


    FLGBTQI mandates full vaccinations for all employees, except for employees with valid medical waivers from a licensed physician. As such, verifying an employee’s vaccination status may be considered a condition precedent of employment. FLGBTQI shall make reasonable accommodations and document such reasonable accommodations, including a record of documentation relied upon, in the event that an exemption is granted with respect to FLGBTQI's vaccination policy.


    The salary is $93,000. Our benefits include full employee medical/dental/vision/life (75% employer contribution for families) flexible spending accounts, employer retirement plan contributions of up to 6%, four weeks of PTO, twelve holidays, company office closure the week before Labor Day and two weeks in December, two weeks of sick leave, and one week of wellness/self-care time. Flexible work hours are friendly to balancing work and personal obligations. FLGBTQI staff work a 32-hour work week, Monday through Thursday.

    Funders for LGBTQ Issues values mentorship and leadership development and will work with the hired candidate to identify opportunities to support their professional growth in philanthropy and beyond.

The organization has updated its total compensation policy to include a PayScale Equity Calculator Tool. This addresses any salary gaps in pay equity and designs a pay scale that embodies organizational principles and culture. We do not negotiate salaries.


To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume in Word or PDF format to the Communications and Storytelling Officer position on our career page at We ask that in your cover letter you specifically reflect on:

  • What inspires you to work at Funders for LGBTQ Issues;

  • How your lived and professional experiences have led you to this role; and

  • How you would amplify the mission of Funders for LGBTQ Issues in your work.

    Due to the expected high volume of applications, we are unable to accept phone inquiries.

    We will review applications starting in March and contact the top 10-15 candidates for a 30-minute first-round screening interview. Semi finalists from the screening interview will advance to a Zoom interview with the hiring committee where they will be asked to share a presentation. There will then be a third interview for finalists. Our hiring process takes approximately 2-3 months from job posting to offer. Any interview homework (e.g. the creation of a presentation for the hiring committee) will be compensated.

    Please include answers to the following two questions in your application in 250 words or less:

  1. What do you think the importance of storytelling is in communications work and what is an example of a time you successfully combined the two?

  2. This position requires cross-departmental collaboration. What excites you about working across a small team and what’s an example of a time or role where you’ve done that well?

Funders for LGBTQ Issues is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to building the leadership of people of color, women, transgender, and gender non-conforming individuals. Funders for LGBTQ Issues does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, gender, gender expression, gender identity, age, ethnicity, immigration status, national origin, sexual orientation, religion, HIV serostatus, disability, or marital status.


Managing Director of Human Resources

New York

Is remote? Yes



Posted: April 19, 2024

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HR Department


Digital Strategist

New York

Is remote? Yes

Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund


Posted: August 16, 2023

Contact Information

Maxwell Scales

Job Description

Position: Digital Strategist
Department: Communications
Report to: Communications Director
FLSA Status: Exempt, Full-Time
Union Status: Bargaining Unit Position
Salary Range: $82,170.63 to $85,993.94

Founded in 2003, the Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund (TLDEF) is a national organization committed to advancing justice and equity for transgender and non-binary people through impact litigation, direct legal services, advocacy, and public education. TLDEF’s Legal Programs Department currently includes the Impact Litigation ProjectName Change Project, and Trans Health Project. Last year, TLDEF won two landmark cases in the South concerning trans access to healthcare insurance coverage, brought lawsuits against two jail systems to address incidents of anti-trans abuse in custody, and advocated for greater access to name changes and government identification in multiple states. 

The Opportunity

As TLDEF increases its communications capacity, we seek to hire an experienced Digital Strategist who will work under the direction of the Communications Director to primarily create, plan, and execute digital content and messaging across all digital channels and functions, including direct response. This new position will play an integral role in building and elevating TLDEF’s online footprint by solidifying the organization through strategic and consistent content and narrative execution. The Digital Strategist will help to proactively identify content gaps, while creating and managing all digital content for the website, social media, and email. The successful candidate will partner with key stakeholders across the organization — including the Legal, Development, and Senior Leadership teams — to create a cohesive TLDEF narrative.

Primary Responsibilities

Content Management

  • Manage and develop all TLDEF digital platforms and projects, including but not limited to social media, websites, email outreach, and online advocacy campaigns
  • Create and publish regular content for all digital channels that educates and engages audiences
  • Collaborate with the Communications Director to ensure content is suited for target audiences and channels.
  • Identify, develop, and implement the long-term vision, goals, strategies, and tactics for the digital strategy
  • Participate in regular editorial board meetings between departments to identify and optimize opportunities and maintain project deadlines and content launch dates
  • Create narratives that resonate with diverse audiences; inspire through effective storytelling and written communications
  • Manage and prepare content toolkits for partners with assets and messaging on campaigns
  • Manage editorial calendar across all functions and work with Communications Director to prioritize and plan monthly editorial themes and digital campaigns
  • Manage digital content best practices across teams and functions, partnering with key stakeholders and regions to ensure alignment and socialization
  • Identify vendors and contractors for digital projects and support vendor relations as project manager
  • Other tasks as assigned

Metrics and Reporting

  • Define Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and actively maintain accurate and timely reporting of digital performance
  • Collect, analyze, and report on metrics for digital platforms including email click through rates, engagement rates, and other data
  • Research and stay up to date on the latest developments in Search Engine Optimization (SEO), content trends, and consumer and partner behavior
  • Monitor and report on trends in digital and social media

Creative Strategy

  • Develop and manage TLDEF’s digital assets, including the development of graphics and illustrations and management of stock imagery and footage
  • Work with contractors to design resources and promotional materials and produce graphics for social media and email campaigns that adhere to brand guidelines

Required Qualifications and Skills

  • Strong belief in TLDEF’s mission and the people who are driving the work forward, including a commitment to social, racial, economic, disability, and gender justice
  • An undergraduate degree in communications, digital marketing, journalism, social media, or another relevant field
  • Five (5) to seven (7) years of direct professional experience in digital marketing, social media, or related field
  • Strategic thinker who knows how to develop, document, execute, and articulate strategy
  • Self-starter who can manage multiple projects at once and is able to work under pressure at times
  • Understanding of digital page templates and other digital components
  • Ability to motivate key constituencies through compelling digital strategies, such as community members, advocates, policymakers, and donors, among others
  • Ability to creatively ideate and solve problems with speed and poise
  • Excellent planning skills with the ability to organize, prioritize, track progress, and meet goals
  • Ability to jump from task to task regularly and easily, prioritize multiple deadlines, stay organized, and complete assignments
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and collaborative tools, such as Slack, Asana, and Zoom
  • Proficiency with digital marketing tools, such as Constant Contact, Hootsuite, Sprout Social, Adobe Creative Suite, and Canva, among others
  • Proficiency with Google Analytics and other performance analytics tools
  • Strong willingness and enthusiasm to actively learn about and adopt new digital tools, technology, best practices, and resources
  • Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships
  • Ability to occasionally travel in the U.S. and work outside normal office hours including some evenings and weekends

Preferred Qualifications and Skills

  • Prior experience working in a legal or policy setting
  • Prior experience working in LGBTQ+ communities, particularly in the South and/or Midwest
  • Project management experience

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. If your background and skills are a close match for this position, you are strongly encouraged to apply; we especially encourage potential applicants who are impacted by TLDEF’s work to submit their application.


TLDEF is a unionized office and this position will be part of the bargaining unit; salary range is dependent on experience and subject to our collectively-bargained salary scale, likely $82,170.63 to $85,993.94. TLDEF offers a robust benefits package that includes 100% employer-paid medical, vision, dental, and life insurance; employer contributions to spousal and dependent healthcare; employer contributions to 401(k) retirement plan; remote work stipends; access to gender-affirming healthcare pool; name change support;  20 paid holidays; 4 weeks of paid vacation; sick time; weekly wellness hours; healthcare flex spending account; pre-tax commuter benefits; and professional development stipend.

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 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 all required materials including: (1) a compelling cover letter explaining your specific interest and qualifications for the position; (2) a resume or curriculum vitae (CV); and (3) three samples of digital content (i.e., website, social media, email campaigns, etc.) Submissions that do not contain all required materials will not be considered. No phone calls or emails, please.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. For accommodations, please contact Deputy Executive Director Maxwell Scales.

TLDEF is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all qualified candidates without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, veteran status, record of arrest or conviction, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.

We wish to build a team that reflects the diversity of our communities. 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 all strongly encouraged to apply.


Merchandise & Operations Coordinator


Is remote? Yes

Girls on the Run International


Posted: May 24, 2024

Contact Information


Outpatient Bilingual Fee-for-service Pre-licensed Therapist


Is remote? Yes

SAGA Community Center


Posted: November 17, 2023

Contact Information

Niki (Nicolette) Kulp

Job Description

Job title: Outpatient Bilingual Fee-for-service Pre-licensed Therapist

Work Location: (Hybrid or Remote position) The Welcome Project PA, 350 S York Rd, Hatboro, PA 19040 

Part-time (10+ hours per week)

Salary/Pay Rate: $40-45 per hour 

Reports to: Co-Directors of Mental Health Program (Niki Kulp, LCSW, Amber Lynn Connell, LPC)


  • One hour of group and one hour of individual supervision toward clinical licensure will be provided by an LCSW or LPC. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Providing psychotherapy services to assigned clients ages 5 and older. (Group therapy optional).
  • Timely completion of clinical documentation, client service management and provision of crisis intervention services when needed.
  • Attendance of group and individual supervision weekly. 
  • Completion of 10 or more 45-50 minute therapy sessions weekly (up to 30). 
  • Regular and predictable attendance.
  • Responsiveness to email communications (24-48 hours).
  • Access to reliable, high-speed internet.
  • A computer or laptop with a webcam, and a headset with a microphone. 
  • Maintaining confidentiality/HIPAA compliance of client records and information. 
  • Ability to work well as part of a team. 
  • Commitment to continued learning and professional development.  

Education and/or Work Experience Requirements: 


    • Master's degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapy, or a closely related field.


  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including effectively communicating with team members and clients.


  • Competence working with LGBTQIA+ populations. 
  • Bilingual/multilingual (English/Spanish preferred).
  • Cultural competence and experience working with individuals and families with Latin American and/or Caribbean heritage. 


  • 1-year post-graduate experience providing counseling services to children, adults, and families.
  • Experience with recent immigrant families and individuals.
  • Awareness of culture shock, trauma, and marginalization. 

Physical Requirements: 

  • Ability to safely and successfully perform the essential job functions consistent with the ADA, FMLA, and other Federal, State, and local standards, including meeting qualitative and/or quantitative work performance standards. 
  • Ability to maintain regular, punctual attendance consistent with the ADA, FMLA, and other Federal, State, and local standards
  • The person in this position (if hybrid/in-person) must occasionally move about inside the office to access filing cabinets, office equipment, etc. 
  • Constantly operates a computer and other office productivity machinery, such as a calculator, copy machine, and computer printer.
  • The ability to communicate information and ideas so others will understand. Must be able to exchange accurate information in these situations.
  • Must be able to remain in a stationary position 50% of the time.
  • Must be able to talk, listen and speak clearly on the telephone.
  • Must be able to navigate various departments of the organization's physical premises.

About The Welcome Project PA:

The Welcome Project PA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that strives to be a diverse, safe place for marginalized and vulnerable populations and seeks to bring about positive social change to improve the quality of life for these individuals and families in Greater Philadelphia. Here at The Welcome Project PA, we provide educational resources, support groups, social activities and events, legal services, advocacy, food and nutrition services, interfaith learning and cooperation, and LGBT+-friendly, trauma-informed therapy, healing, and counseling. We serve newcomers to the US, Spanish-speaking communities, refugees, vulnerable faith communities, LGBTQ+ communities, and people living in poverty who lack the basic necessities.Our website is

The Welcome Project PA is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive team of employees. We do not discriminate against candidates/employees based on ability, sex, race, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, or any other protected status under the law. BIPOC, LGBTQ2IA+, and other minority groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

Contact Information:

Please submit your Resume/CV and a cover letter to



Communications Manager


Is remote? Yes

Pride Foundation


Posted: October 4, 2023

Contact Information

Job Description

We are looking for someone in this role who brings extensive experience in implementing communications strategies across many different platforms and types of engagement, and who is skilled at elevating the stories of our communities. We are also looking for someone who brings strong collaboration skills, as our Communications Manager will be working closely with all the departments at Pride Foundation on branding, messaging, content creation, social media, and print materials.  Does this sound like you or someone you know?  

The Communications Manager (CM) works closely with the Director of Community Engagement & Communications to develop organization-wide communications and marketing strategies that incorporate the needs of all the departments. The CM is critical in developing and implementing the communications needs of the organization, from our branding and messaging, to our website, to printed outreach materials and swag, to digital and social media. This role is also integral in creating content and helping elevate key stories that help a broad range of constituencies understand and engage in Pride Foundation’s work. The CM will interface with all of the departments in the organization to identify, support, and implement communications needs.  

For this position, the salary range is $71,000-$76,000, depending on experience. You can see the full job posting and details here:

Priority will be given to candidates who submit their applications by October 29, 2023, though the position will remain open until filled so that we can be sure to find the best candidate for this important role on our team. This position is remote, though candidates should live in or be willing to relocate to one of the five Northwest states Pride Foundation serves.


Community Engagement Fundraising Manager


Is remote? Yes

Pride Foundation


Posted: January 24, 2024

Contact Information

Lynne Nguyen

Job Description

We are hiring a Community Engagement Fundraising Manager. We are looking for someone in this role with a real passion for project management who brings experience managing effective fundraising events and campaigns. Our ideal candidate will be a team player with strong collaboration skills and the ability to communicate thoughtfully and productively with colleagues, supporters, vendors and partners.

This position manages team operations and infrastructure for fundraising efforts and provides project management for major aspects of Pride Foundation’s resource development work. This position also manages fundraising events for the organization and ensures the timely and effective execution of campaigns and bulk supporter communications, including working with external vendors and stakeholders

Pride Foundation strives to engage the breadth of our communities in true justice and liberation for LGBTQ+ and all people. Our fundraising and communications work is a key element of community engagement. The Community Engagement Fundraising Manager role is critical in creating opportunities for Pride Foundation supporters to learn more about our work and the work of our partners across the Northwest, feel connected and inspired, and invite their networks to mobilize even greater resources for LGBTQ+ communities across the Northwest. 

The salary range is $71,000-$76,000, depending on experience. You can see the full job description and details about how to apply on our website:

Priority deadline is February 15, 2024. Work is mostly remote with some travel and in-person work. Applicants must reside in or be willing to relocate to Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, or Washington State.


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