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Database and Reports Manager Lambda Legal

Lambda Legal Defense and Education FundNew York, NY

Lambda Legal seeks a Database and Reports Manager to join our Development Department. This position will be primarily responsible for working with the Development and Finance staff to create and maintain Development reports, exports and imports, and oversee the maintenance of the Raiser’s Edge (possible new database in the near future) and Convio (online) database. This position reports to the Director of Database and Integrated Direct Marketing and supervises the Database Associate and Online Database Associate.

Lambda Legal is a national, nonprofit organization committed to achieving full recognition of the civil rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people and those with HIV through impact litigation, education, and public policy work. Founded in 1973 and headquartered in New York City, Lambda Legal has regional offices in Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta and Dallas.

The Database and Reports Manager (DRM) ensures the security and integrity of data and constituent records, ensures proper allocation of incoming donations as well as reconciles income between Development and Accounting. The DRM implements, maintains and trains Development staff on development database systems and oversees a team of database associates; plus other tasks as assigned. The DRM will be responsible for pulling certain reports and lists for the organization. The DRM will be the go to person for event lists, income reports and any gift/constituent information that needs to be imported or exported out of Raiser’s Edge.

Database and Reports Manager Lambda Legal

Database and Reports Manager Lambda Legal

Responsibilities The Database and Reports Manager:

  • Reports and Data processing- Creates and maintains reports, list pulls, queries, imports, and exports using Raiser’s Edge 7, Crystal Reports, Access, Excel, Convio or other programs to fulfill the data and analysis needs of the Development Department, Board and Volunteers, and the Finance Department
  • Database Integrity – Works closely with Development Staff to ensure accuracy in gift and constituent coding; Assumes responsibility for database integrity and responds quickly and accurately to requests for changes and updates to databases. Performs regular cleanup queries to make sure data is accurate.
  • Donation and Revenue Maintenance: Manages the daily donation activity, including all online and offline giving, ensuring all donations are correctly coded and credited to the appropriate constituent and ensures that daily reconciliation and income reports are complete by the end of the day as well as monthly and annual reconciliation of Raiser’s Edge income to General Ledger revenue. Acts as liaison between Lambda Legal and outside program administrator for all questions and concerns as well as acts as a point person between Development Staff and Accounting Staff.
  • Online Database Maintenance: Oversees Online Database Associate to ensure Convio (Web based database) is in sync with Raiser’s Edge donor database to allow all departments to utilize the program effectively. When the online database associate is out, DRM must be able to process Convio gifts.
  • Events Module Maintenance: Work with Events Staff to create accurate and complete Events Module Records in Raiser’s Edge and creates and maintains forms using Microsoft Word and Adobe Acrobat to ease communications as well as creates and maintains reports to aid Events staff with Event specific needs

· Training:

Develop and Maintain Development guidelines and train Development staff on use of Raiser’s Edge. Make sure guides and procedures are up-to-date and recorded for other staff to use.

  • Troubleshooting/Problem Solving: Provides support to Development and Finance Staff when questions, concerns or problems arise. Prepares for and assists with annual audit for areas concerning income, and other information as needed. Act as a liaison between the Administration and Finance, Development, and EPA departments for areas concerning the input of constituents, gifts, and other data related to the donor database.
  • Constituent Management and Donation entry: Review and create individual donor, business and gift records to ensure accuracy and consistency in address listings, gift allocation, pledge payments, giving level, proper and personalized salutations, marital status, gender, matching gift agreements, contact information/limitations and any other information that is required by Development/Finance staff.

Qualifications

The DRM must have excellent written and oral skills. S/he must be detail oriented and focused, yet adaptable and responsive and have excellent problem-solving skills and must work well with others. DRM must know how what information is necessary to export/import data. The Database and Reports Manager MUST have database experience, preferably with Raiser’s Edge. And must be fluent with Microsoft Office products (especially MS Word, Excel and Internet Explorer). We prefer a candidate with fluency in Crystal Reports for Blackbaud, Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Access and Microsoft Outlook.

The position is open until filled. Send resume and cover letter to Kelly Norris at knorris@lambdalegal.org. Please put title of job opening in the subject line.

No calls please. Due to the high volume of applications, Lambda Legal cannot return phone calls about the position and, regrettably, cannot notify applicants of the status of applications unless an interview is requested.

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Campaigner People and Project Management

All OutNew York, NY

Dedicated to equality? Passionate about lesbian, gay, bi and trans rights? Want to work with amazing people from around the world at a forward-thinking, innovative organization? Most importantly, do you want to work with All Out’s amazing members around the world like this?

Come join us! We are hiring a Campaigner – People and Projects to work on All Out’s rapid response campaigns team.

We accept applications from any location. We’re an equal opportunity employer and encourage applicants of diverse backgrounds, specifically women, people of color, LGBT people and international applicants to apply.

Campaigner People and Project Management

Campaigner People and Project Management

Who We Are

All Out is bringing people power to the movement for equality at an unprecedented rate. By mobilizing millions of people around the world at key moments of crisis and opportunity, we are shifting policy and cultural norms. We petition world leaders and global organisations and use creative campaigning tactics – online and offline – to capture the attention of the global media around the fight for equality. By mobilizing millions of people around the world in partnership with grassroots leaders, All Out hopes to achieve in 10 years what may have taken 50.

Who we are hiring

We are looking for a brilliant campaigner and project manager with online organizing experience and a commitment to build an informed, powerful base of lesbian, gay, bi and trans people and allies to push progress faster, and to change politics and culture at every level. This position will report into the Director of Campaigns and line-manage campaigners, responsible for human resources, troubleshooting, professional development and process management. We are looking for a leader who is detail-orientated, excited about implementation, and has experience in campaign operations.

Our campaigners are catalyzing the movement – designing, implementing and leading campaigns, working with local partners, and talking with our members daily to build a power base of people from around the world who believe in love and equality.

Campaigner Responsibilities :

Campaign execution : you can manage projects from fruition to execution in a fast-past, ever-changing environment. You can execute campaigns using both online and offline tactics like deliveries and protests around the world. You are media savvy, and you can pitch media and write compelling press releases. People Management: you have experience managing people and the ability to motivate a group of smart, quick-witted professionals to execute campaigns. You are a strong manager, with a talent for giving feedback and guiding individuals’ professional development. You can effectively work with a diverse team of colleagues located around the world.

Campaign generation and strategy : you can develop both campaign ideas and fundraising campaigns with strong theory of change and execution strategies. You are constantly researching and gathering information on LGBT movements and campaigns both in your region and globally. You can process and synthesize information and big ideas into concrete action plans. Relationship building: you are a good diplomat, able to identify and cultivate key relationships.

Qualifications :

  • 5 years of professional experience, including at least two years of online campaigning or digital strategy experience and two years managing people and projects. Skills in investigative journalism and media production are also highly valued.
  • Excellent people and project management skills.
  • Strong leadership skills: takes initiative, solves problems, is an effective leader. Has the ability to influence, motivate and enable others to contribute toward the effectiveness and success of the organization. Is able to build trust within the team and acts with integrity.
  • Strong research skills, you are constantly researching and gathering information on LGBT movements and campaigns both in your region and globally.
  • Able to manage your own work and that of others to deliver on deadlines in a high-pressure “breaking news” environment where plans change and projects compete.
  • Fluency in English, with a second language highly desirable. Specifically skills in Portuguese, Spanish and French.
  • Excellent sense of humor.

Send a brief cover note, explaining your fit for the role and your resume to jobs@allout.org with the subject line “Campaign Manager” specifying your location requirements.

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Information & Referral Specialist Part-Time

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center – New York, NY

The Center is seeking an Information and Referral (I&R) Specialist to facilitate the public’s use of The Center, ensuring a peaceful, safe and friendly environment at all times. I&R staff greet Center visitors, troubleshoot events, answer questions, provide referrals, investigate situations and resolve conflicts through de-escalation.

Information & Referral Specialist Part-TimeInformation & Referral Specialist Part-Time

General Duties:

  • Greet and welcome all Center visitors and provide telephone reception, when needed.
  • Post and be familiar with the daily calendar of events in order to direct people to the appropriate locations.
  • Be familiar with all Center produced activities, user groups and referral resources in order to answer questions and make referrals to visitors.
  • Direct deliveries to the appropriate recipients within the building.
  • Distribute user-fee cards to group leaders using meeting spaces when Main Office is closed.
  • Maintain supply of Center publications at the front desk and in the displays, and be familiar with their contents in order to answer questions from the public.
  • Maintain bulletin boards and literature racks throughout the building.
  • Maintain lost-and-found.
  • Respond to information requests via email, or forward to the appropriate staff person.
  • Assist office staff with projects, such as mailings.
  • Enforce Center Code of Conduct; engage visitors in violation to modify behavior and/or leave the building.
  • Refuse admittance to any person who is known to be prohibited from entering the building.
  • Remain alert at all times; engage with visitors proactively, when needed.
  • Respond to requests for assistance from Center staff and users.
  • Perform regular building tours to assess activity, traffic and safety conditions.
  • Perform building open and close/safety shutdown.
  • Report immediately any unsafe conditions observed or reported. Close effected areas, if necessary.
  • Prepare internal incident reports about any unusual problems or occurrences.
  • Call for assistance in the event of a difficult situation; engage support (i.e. NYPD) if necessary. I&R staff do not confront a difficult person or situation physically.
  • Attend monthly I&R staff meetings.

Position Requirements:

  • 1-3 years relevant experience, including both customer service and security/space management.
  • Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills; ability to work effectively with a wide range of people.
  • Ability to adapt to circumstances in a sometimes high-pressure environment; prior de-escalation training and/or experience highly desired.
  • Exhibit a friendly, helpful disposition and demeanor.
  • Demonstrate sound judgment and critical thinking skills.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Knowledge of, and sensitivity to, LGBT communities, issues and resources required.
  • A strong commitment to the mission of The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center.
  • Hours will include weekdays, evenings and weekend shifts. Schedule flexibility is a must.

Please carefully review the position description and requirements as outlined in the position announcements above. Applicants must demonstrate the appropriate experience and background as described within the position announcement.

All submissions must include a cover letter stating the position of interest and salary requirements, with an accompanying resume. Incomplete submissions or those not stating a salary requirement may not be considered. Duplicate submissions are not necessary.

Materials may be submitted by email to jobs@gaycenter.org. For mail or fax, send to:

The Center Human Resources
208 West 13th Street
New York, NY 10011
Fax 212-924-2657

The Center is proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

 

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All Families Matter Diversity Intern

Chicago Children’s MuseumChicago, IL

Research prospective donors and grants that could support the museums’ All Families Matter initiative; Research and identify prospective LGBT publications and social media where the museum could post job descriptions, All Families Matter activities, and general museum information.

Assessment and Evaluation:
Assess the museum’s physical environment

Meetings and other potential tasks (depending on intern’s interest, skills and strengths):
Attend regular All Families Matter committee meetings; Attend general museum meetings with supervisor as appropriate; Contribute ideas and/or develop activities for staff trainings that build awareness and sensitivity to the LGBT community; Photograph LGBT families on-site to diversify museum’s photo library for potential use in marketing materials and museum signage.

All Families Matter Diversity InternAll Families Matter Diversity Intern

Requirements:
College-level studies in above or related fields; strong connection to (or strong desire to connect to) the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) community; excellent communication skills (written and verbal); organized; reliable; self-directed; uses discretion and shows sensitivity to others; team player.

Additional Salary Information: Unpaid

Term: September 2014 – December 2014/January 2015
This internship position is Part-Time

APPLY NOW


Chicago Children’s Museum’s mission is to improve children’s lives by creating a community where play and learning connect.

Chicago Children’s Museum is a place where families and caregivers with infants and children are encouraged to create, explore, and discover together through play. The museum features three vibrant floors of exhibits and activities that provide sensory experiences and engaging educational content focusing on literacy, science, math, visual and performing arts, and health.

Some of CCM’s most popular exhibits include: Dinosaur Expedition, where kids can dig for dinosaur bones in an authentic excavation pit; WaterWays, an interactive system of pulleys, pumps, and pipes showcasing the wonders of water; Kids Town, an early-learning exhibit featuring a real CTA bus, mini-grocery store and kid-sized cityscape; daily free family art workshops in the Kraft Artabounds Studio; Pritzker Playspace, an area designed specifically for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and their parents; Play It Safe, a realistic firehouse and fire truck that invites families to learn about fire safety through play; and Skyline, a National Science Foundation-funded exhibit that explores the science, engineering, art, and technology that keep Chicago’s tallest buildings standing.

Chicago Children’s Museum (CCM) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) cultural institution.

History

Located on Navy Pier since 1995, Chicago Children’s Museum is now one of the city’s top cultural attractions and the second most visited children’s museum in the country. CCM serves more than 657,000 visitors annually, both on-site and in communities throughout Chicago, particularly in areas with limited access to the museum’s rich array of resources.

CCM was founded in 1982 by a coalition led by the Junior League of Chicago in response to program cutbacks in the city’s public schools. The then-named Express-Ways Children’s Museum opened in two hallways of the Chicago Public Library, now the Chicago Cultural Center, with Getting to Know Hue, the museum’s inaugural exhibit on color, light, music, and literature.

All Families Matter Diversity Intern

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All Families Matter Diversity Intern

Chicago Children’s MuseumChicago, IL

Research prospective donors and grants that could support the museums’ All Families Matter initiative; Research and identify prospective LGBT publications and social media where the museum could post job descriptions, All Families Matter activities, and general museum information.

Assessment and Evaluation:
Assess the museum’s physical environment

Meetings and other potential tasks (depending on intern’s interest, skills and strengths):
Attend regular All Families Matter committee meetings; Attend general museum meetings with supervisor as appropriate; Contribute ideas and/or develop activities for staff trainings that build awareness and sensitivity to the LGBT community; Photograph LGBT families on-site to diversify museum’s photo library for potential use in marketing materials and museum signage.

All Families Matter Diversity InternAll Families Matter Diversity Intern

Requirements:
College-level studies in above or related fields; strong connection to (or strong desire to connect to) the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) community; excellent communication skills (written and verbal); organized; reliable; self-directed; uses discretion and shows sensitivity to others; team player.

Additional Salary Information: Unpaid

Term: September 2014 – December 2014/January 2015
This internship position is Part-Time

APPLY NOW


Chicago Children’s Museum’s mission is to improve children’s lives by creating a community where play and learning connect.

Chicago Children’s Museum is a place where families and caregivers with infants and children are encouraged to create, explore, and discover together through play. The museum features three vibrant floors of exhibits and activities that provide sensory experiences and engaging educational content focusing on literacy, science, math, visual and performing arts, and health.

Some of CCM’s most popular exhibits include: Dinosaur Expedition, where kids can dig for dinosaur bones in an authentic excavation pit; WaterWays, an interactive system of pulleys, pumps, and pipes showcasing the wonders of water; Kids Town, an early-learning exhibit featuring a real CTA bus, mini-grocery store and kid-sized cityscape; daily free family art workshops in the Kraft Artabounds Studio; Pritzker Playspace, an area designed specifically for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and their parents; Play It Safe, a realistic firehouse and fire truck that invites families to learn about fire safety through play; and Skyline, a National Science Foundation-funded exhibit that explores the science, engineering, art, and technology that keep Chicago’s tallest buildings standing.

Chicago Children’s Museum (CCM) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) cultural institution.

History

Located on Navy Pier since 1995, Chicago Children’s Museum is now one of the city’s top cultural attractions and the second most visited children’s museum in the country. CCM serves more than 657,000 visitors annually, both on-site and in communities throughout Chicago, particularly in areas with limited access to the museum’s rich array of resources.

CCM was founded in 1982 by a coalition led by the Junior League of Chicago in response to program cutbacks in the city’s public schools. The then-named Express-Ways Children’s Museum opened in two hallways of the Chicago Public Library, now the Chicago Cultural Center, with Getting to Know Hue, the museum’s inaugural exhibit on color, light, music, and literature.

All Families Matter Diversity Intern

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All Families Matter Diversity Intern

Chicago Children’s MuseumChicago, IL

Research prospective donors and grants that could support the museums’ All Families Matter initiative; Research and identify prospective LGBT publications and social media where the museum could post job descriptions, All Families Matter activities, and general museum information.

Assessment and Evaluation:
Assess the museum’s physical environment

Meetings and other potential tasks (depending on intern’s interest, skills and strengths):
Attend regular All Families Matter committee meetings; Attend general museum meetings with supervisor as appropriate; Contribute ideas and/or develop activities for staff trainings that build awareness and sensitivity to the LGBT community; Photograph LGBT families on-site to diversify museum’s photo library for potential use in marketing materials and museum signage.

All Families Matter Diversity InternAll Families Matter Diversity Intern

Requirements:
College-level studies in above or related fields; strong connection to (or strong desire to connect to) the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) community; excellent communication skills (written and verbal); organized; reliable; self-directed; uses discretion and shows sensitivity to others; team player.

Additional Salary Information: Unpaid

Term: September 2014 – December 2014/January 2015
This internship position is Part-Time

APPLY NOW


Chicago Children’s Museum’s mission is to improve children’s lives by creating a community where play and learning connect.

Chicago Children’s Museum is a place where families and caregivers with infants and children are encouraged to create, explore, and discover together through play. The museum features three vibrant floors of exhibits and activities that provide sensory experiences and engaging educational content focusing on literacy, science, math, visual and performing arts, and health.

Some of CCM’s most popular exhibits include: Dinosaur Expedition, where kids can dig for dinosaur bones in an authentic excavation pit; WaterWays, an interactive system of pulleys, pumps, and pipes showcasing the wonders of water; Kids Town, an early-learning exhibit featuring a real CTA bus, mini-grocery store and kid-sized cityscape; daily free family art workshops in the Kraft Artabounds Studio; Pritzker Playspace, an area designed specifically for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and their parents; Play It Safe, a realistic firehouse and fire truck that invites families to learn about fire safety through play; and Skyline, a National Science Foundation-funded exhibit that explores the science, engineering, art, and technology that keep Chicago’s tallest buildings standing.

Chicago Children’s Museum (CCM) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) cultural institution.

History

Located on Navy Pier since 1995, Chicago Children’s Museum is now one of the city’s top cultural attractions and the second most visited children’s museum in the country. CCM serves more than 657,000 visitors annually, both on-site and in communities throughout Chicago, particularly in areas with limited access to the museum’s rich array of resources.

CCM was founded in 1982 by a coalition led by the Junior League of Chicago in response to program cutbacks in the city’s public schools. The then-named Express-Ways Children’s Museum opened in two hallways of the Chicago Public Library, now the Chicago Cultural Center, with Getting to Know Hue, the museum’s inaugural exhibit on color, light, music, and literature.

All Families Matter Diversity Intern

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All Families Matter Diversity Intern

Chicago Children’s MuseumChicago, IL

Research prospective donors and grants that could support the museums’ All Families Matter initiative; Research and identify prospective LGBT publications and social media where the museum could post job descriptions, All Families Matter activities, and general museum information.

Assessment and Evaluation:
Assess the museum’s physical environment

Meetings and other potential tasks (depending on intern’s interest, skills and strengths):
Attend regular All Families Matter committee meetings; Attend general museum meetings with supervisor as appropriate; Contribute ideas and/or develop activities for staff trainings that build awareness and sensitivity to the LGBT community; Photograph LGBT families on-site to diversify museum’s photo library for potential use in marketing materials and museum signage.

All Families Matter Diversity InternAll Families Matter Diversity Intern

Requirements:
College-level studies in above or related fields; strong connection to (or strong desire to connect to) the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) community; excellent communication skills (written and verbal); organized; reliable; self-directed; uses discretion and shows sensitivity to others; team player.

Additional Salary Information: Unpaid

Term: September 2014 – December 2014/January 2015
This internship position is Part-Time

APPLY NOW


Chicago Children’s Museum’s mission is to improve children’s lives by creating a community where play and learning connect.

Chicago Children’s Museum is a place where families and caregivers with infants and children are encouraged to create, explore, and discover together through play. The museum features three vibrant floors of exhibits and activities that provide sensory experiences and engaging educational content focusing on literacy, science, math, visual and performing arts, and health.

Some of CCM’s most popular exhibits include: Dinosaur Expedition, where kids can dig for dinosaur bones in an authentic excavation pit; WaterWays, an interactive system of pulleys, pumps, and pipes showcasing the wonders of water; Kids Town, an early-learning exhibit featuring a real CTA bus, mini-grocery store and kid-sized cityscape; daily free family art workshops in the Kraft Artabounds Studio; Pritzker Playspace, an area designed specifically for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and their parents; Play It Safe, a realistic firehouse and fire truck that invites families to learn about fire safety through play; and Skyline, a National Science Foundation-funded exhibit that explores the science, engineering, art, and technology that keep Chicago’s tallest buildings standing.

Chicago Children’s Museum (CCM) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) cultural institution.

History

Located on Navy Pier since 1995, Chicago Children’s Museum is now one of the city’s top cultural attractions and the second most visited children’s museum in the country. CCM serves more than 657,000 visitors annually, both on-site and in communities throughout Chicago, particularly in areas with limited access to the museum’s rich array of resources.

CCM was founded in 1982 by a coalition led by the Junior League of Chicago in response to program cutbacks in the city’s public schools. The then-named Express-Ways Children’s Museum opened in two hallways of the Chicago Public Library, now the Chicago Cultural Center, with Getting to Know Hue, the museum’s inaugural exhibit on color, light, music, and literature.

All Families Matter Diversity Intern

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LGBT Program Coordinator – Part-time

Peninsula Family ServiceSan Mateo, CA

Peninsula Family Service has been serving communities on the Peninsula for over 60 years and has been offering child development programs for 40 of those years. We empower children, families, and older adults to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency, building a strong and caring community. We offer employment opportunities and career growth. As the needs of our diverse community and clientele change, so do the services we offer. If you are just starting out in your career or a seasoned veteran looking to make a difference, Peninsula Family Service can be the perfect step for you. Our organization values its diverse workforce and the importance of teamwork. We provide opportunities for creative thinkers and problem-solvers alike.

LGBT Program Coordinator – Part-time

LGBT Program Coordinator - Part-timePeninsula Family Service is seeking an LGBT Program Coordinator for our Peer Counseling Program.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The LGBT Coordinator coordinates peer counseling services to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender clients. The duties include recruiting volunteers to become peer counselors and LGBT clients for peer counseling
services. The responsibilities include providing outreach and sensitivity training in the community.

JOB CLASSIFICATION: Non-Exempt, Part-time

REPORTS TO: Senior Peer Counselor Manager

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Strong background in working with older adults with special emphasis on grief, depression, isolation and lives in transition.
2. 3 years of experience working with and strong understanding of the needs of LGBT elders.
3. At least one year experience in outreach, volunteer recruitment, community organizing, marketing/public relations, and/or sales.
4. Experience in teaching, and/or providing training to groups preferred.
5. Appreciation and knowledge of cultural diversity.
6. Effective verbal and written communication.
7. Computer literate including email, MSWord.
8. Maturity, good judgment, dependability, accuracy and attention to detail.
9. Flexibility and ability to work as a team player required.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Recruit LGBT sensitive volunteers to become peer counselors and interview
prospective candidates for the training class.
2. Recruit potential LGBT clients for peer counseling.
3. Provide LGBT cultural sensitivity training to groups in the community.
4. Co-supervision of LGBT senior peer counselors.
5. Participate in meetings related to the program, provide outreach in the community and network with community agencies as specified by supervisor.
6. Compile data and complete forms as required for program contract.
7. Establish new peer counseling groups as needed, provide oversight for groups and may facilitate groups as needed.
8. May conduct intake/ assessment interviews, including home visits to determine clients need for senior peer counseling services as appropriate.
9. Ability to provide services off site well as at Family Service facilities and at sites within San Mateo County.
10. Other duties as assigned by supervisor.

PERSONAL:
1. Obtain fingerprint clearance before first day of employment
2. Provide verification to legally work in the U.S.
3. Personal car or driver’s license and appropriate insurance if driving is necessary for the position. All drivers will need to have a clear driving record to drive for the agency.

APPLICATION PROCESS: If you meet the qualifications, please submit a resume and cover letter and include this code in the title or body of the e-mail: SMO.OA-099.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information about us, please visit our website at: www.peninsulafamilyservice.org

Qualified, interested persons should send resume and cover letter to . Peninsula Family Service is an equal opportunity employer.

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LGBT Program Coordinator – Part-time

Peninsula Family ServiceSan Mateo, CA

Peninsula Family Service has been serving communities on the Peninsula for over 60 years and has been offering child development programs for 40 of those years. We empower children, families, and older adults to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency, building a strong and caring community. We offer employment opportunities and career growth. As the needs of our diverse community and clientele change, so do the services we offer. If you are just starting out in your career or a seasoned veteran looking to make a difference, Peninsula Family Service can be the perfect step for you. Our organization values its diverse workforce and the importance of teamwork. We provide opportunities for creative thinkers and problem-solvers alike.

LGBT Program Coordinator – Part-time

LGBT Program Coordinator - Part-timePeninsula Family Service is seeking an LGBT Program Coordinator for our Peer Counseling Program.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The LGBT Coordinator coordinates peer counseling services to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender clients. The duties include recruiting volunteers to become peer counselors and LGBT clients for peer counseling
services. The responsibilities include providing outreach and sensitivity training in the community.

JOB CLASSIFICATION: Non-Exempt, Part-time

REPORTS TO: Senior Peer Counselor Manager

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Strong background in working with older adults with special emphasis on grief, depression, isolation and lives in transition.
2. 3 years of experience working with and strong understanding of the needs of LGBT elders.
3. At least one year experience in outreach, volunteer recruitment, community organizing, marketing/public relations, and/or sales.
4. Experience in teaching, and/or providing training to groups preferred.
5. Appreciation and knowledge of cultural diversity.
6. Effective verbal and written communication.
7. Computer literate including email, MSWord.
8. Maturity, good judgment, dependability, accuracy and attention to detail.
9. Flexibility and ability to work as a team player required.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Recruit LGBT sensitive volunteers to become peer counselors and interview
prospective candidates for the training class.
2. Recruit potential LGBT clients for peer counseling.
3. Provide LGBT cultural sensitivity training to groups in the community.
4. Co-supervision of LGBT senior peer counselors.
5. Participate in meetings related to the program, provide outreach in the community and network with community agencies as specified by supervisor.
6. Compile data and complete forms as required for program contract.
7. Establish new peer counseling groups as needed, provide oversight for groups and may facilitate groups as needed.
8. May conduct intake/ assessment interviews, including home visits to determine clients need for senior peer counseling services as appropriate.
9. Ability to provide services off site well as at Family Service facilities and at sites within San Mateo County.
10. Other duties as assigned by supervisor.

PERSONAL:
1. Obtain fingerprint clearance before first day of employment
2. Provide verification to legally work in the U.S.
3. Personal car or driver’s license and appropriate insurance if driving is necessary for the position. All drivers will need to have a clear driving record to drive for the agency.

APPLICATION PROCESS: If you meet the qualifications, please submit a resume and cover letter and include this code in the title or body of the e-mail: SMO.OA-099.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information about us, please visit our website at: www.peninsulafamilyservice.org

Qualified, interested persons should send resume and cover letter to . Peninsula Family Service is an equal opportunity employer.

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LGBT Program Coordinator – Part-time

Peninsula Family ServiceSan Mateo, CA

Peninsula Family Service has been serving communities on the Peninsula for over 60 years and has been offering child development programs for 40 of those years. We empower children, families, and older adults to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency, building a strong and caring community. We offer employment opportunities and career growth. As the needs of our diverse community and clientele change, so do the services we offer. If you are just starting out in your career or a seasoned veteran looking to make a difference, Peninsula Family Service can be the perfect step for you. Our organization values its diverse workforce and the importance of teamwork. We provide opportunities for creative thinkers and problem-solvers alike.

LGBT Program Coordinator – Part-timeLGBT Program Coordinator - Part-time

Peninsula Family Service is seeking an LGBT Program Coordinator for our Peer Counseling Program.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The LGBT Coordinator coordinates peer counseling services to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender clients. The duties include recruiting volunteers to become peer counselors and LGBT clients for peer counseling services. The responsibilities include providing outreach and sensitivity training in the community.

JOB CLASSIFICATION: Non-Exempt, Part-time

REPORTS TO: Senior Peer Counselor Manager

QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Strong background in working with older adults with special emphasis on grief, depression, isolation and lives in transition.
2. 3 years of experience working with and strong understanding of the needs of LGBT elders.
3. At least one year experience in outreach, volunteer recruitment, community organizing, marketing/public relations, and/or sales.
4. Experience in teaching, and/or providing training to groups preferred.
5. Appreciation and knowledge of cultural diversity.
6. Effective verbal and written communication.
7. Computer literate including email, MSWord.
8. Maturity, good judgment, dependability, accuracy and attention to detail.
9. Flexibility and ability to work as a team player required.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Recruit LGBT sensitive volunteers to become peer counselors and interview
prospective candidates for the training class.
2. Recruit potential LGBT clients for peer counseling.
3. Provide LGBT cultural sensitivity training to groups in the community.
4. Co-supervision of LGBT senior peer counselors.
5. Participate in meetings related to the program, provide outreach in the community and network with community agencies as specified by supervisor.
6. Compile data and complete forms as required for program contract.
7. Establish new peer counseling groups as needed, provide oversight for groups and may facilitate groups as needed.
8. May conduct intake/ assessment interviews, including home visits to determine clients need for senior peer counseling services as appropriate.
9. Ability to provide services off site well as at Family Service facilities and at sites within San Mateo County.
10. Other duties as assigned by supervisor.

PERSONAL:
1. Obtain fingerprint clearance before first day of employment
2. Provide verification to legally work in the U.S.
3. Personal car or driver’s license and appropriate insurance if driving is necessary for the position. All drivers will need to have a clear driving record to drive for the agency.

DATE UPDATED: 2/28/13

APPLICATION PROCESS: If you meet the qualifications, please submit a resume and cover letter and include this code in the title or body of the e-mail: SMO.OA-099.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information about us, please visit our website at: www.peninsulafamilyservice.org


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