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Proyecto Igualdad Undergraduate Intern Lambda Legal

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Lambda LegalLos Angeles, CA

Proyecto Igualdad extends Lambda Legal’s resources and information to Spanish speakers and seeks to engage the many Latino/Hispanic communities. We provide bilingual educational materials, host community events and trainings and offer bilingual legal assistance through our Help Desks around the country. Interns will assist Proyecto Igualdad’s Coordinator in combating all areas of sexual orientation, gender identity and HIV/AIDS discrimination.

Lambda Legal provides a pleasant, collegial environment for students interested in law, LGBT issues, civil rights, organizing and/or nonprofit workplaces. Interns must be able to work 16 to 24 hours per week between 9:30 am and 5:30 pm, Monday through Friday.

Send your application to etablada@lambdalegal.org.

Proyecto Igualdad Undergraduate Intern Lambda Legal

Proyecto Igualdad Undergraduate Intern Lambda Legal

Gay LGBT Job Board

We think it’s important where you spend your money, so we try to provide every opportunity for the LGBTQI community to either gain new business or land a new job. We encourage you to consume in a responsible way. Support our community by shopping, dining and staying with LGBT Businesses.

We think it’s important where you spend your money, so we try to provide every opportunity for the LGBTQI community to either gain new business or land a new job. We encourage you to consume in a responsible way. Support our community by shopping, dining and staying with LGBT Businesses.

A free service for job seekers to locate jobs and employers to locate employees that are GLBT friendly.

Seasons of Pride is supporting LGBT business by offering free services to promote LGBT business: Free Press Release Publication, Free Job Postings, Free Business Listing and Free Event Listing for LGBT Businesses and Non-Profit Organizations.

Our newest offering freelancing jobs.  We offer a free freelancers board to the LGBT community.  Send us an email with your freelance needs such as bookkeeping, web design, etc. and we will post it and promote it through our LGBT partners.

Building Pride through LGBT Business

Every day, we here stories of businesses that refuse to sell to the LGBT community claiming it somehow violates their Religious Freedom. And we think that is a good thing.  Why? Because, I want to know if I am spending my hard earned dollars in a business that discriminates against against my community. I appreciate them telling me they oppose marriage equality or gender equality – because I can go spend my money someplace that supports equal rights.

LGBT owned independent businesses return a percentage of each dollar you spend back to our community. For example, bear businesses put that dollar back into the community through bear runs, bear media, and contributions to local non-profit organizations and political organizations.

We believe the best path to equality is financial empowerment.

Seasons of Pride supports diversity in the workplace through free LGBT jobs listings, and free directories for gay and lesbian businesses and a LGBT Freelancers  for the Queer Community.

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LA Intern It Gets Better Project

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It Gets Better ProjectLos Angeles, CA

The It Gets Better Project’s main office in Los Angeles seeks office volunteers/interns to start immediately. The It Gets Better Project is a non-profit hybrid production company that creates pro-social content to give hope and inspire changes for LGBT young people. College students will be able to receive school credit.

LA Intern It Gets Better Project

LA Intern It Gets Better Project

Applicant’s availability is ideally two days per week, M-F, 10AM-6PM. Volunteers/interns will help with general office duties, packaging and mailing resource materials, updating outreach and volunteer grids, reviewing and uploading It Gets Better videos to the website, tracking press, drafting blog posts, assisting with social media (Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Google +), and processing donation acknowledgement letters.

Applicants should be proficient with Mac computers and have their own laptops to bring to the office. Foreign language proficiency is preferred but not required. Please send cover letters and resumes.

Job Type: Internship

Salary: $0.00 /year

Local candidates only:

Los Angeles, CA
Required education:

High school or equivalent

Apply to info@itgetsbetter.org

Gay LGBT Job Board

We think it’s important where you spend your money, so we try to provide every opportunity for the LGBTQI community to either gain new business or land a new job. We encourage you to consume in a responsible way. Support our community by shopping, dining and staying with LGBT Businesses.

We think it’s important where you spend your money, so we try to provide every opportunity for the LGBTQI community to either gain new business or land a new job. We encourage you to consume in a responsible way. Support our community by shopping, dining and staying with LGBT Businesses.

A free service for job seekers to locate jobs and employers to locate employees that are GLBT friendly.

Seasons of Pride is supporting LGBT business by offering free services to promote LGBT business: Free Press Release Publication, Free Job Postings, Free Business Listing and Free Event Listing for LGBT Businesses and Non-Profit Organizations.

Our newest offering freelancing jobs.  We offer a free freelancers board to the LGBT community.  Send us an email with your freelance needs such as bookkeeping, web design, etc. and we will post it and promote it through our LGBT partners.

Building Pride through LGBT Business

Every day, we here stories of businesses that refuse to sell to the LGBT community claiming it somehow violates their Religious Freedom. And we think that is a good thing.  Why? Because, I want to know if I am spending my hard earned dollars in a business that discriminates against against my community. I appreciate them telling me they oppose marriage equality or gender equality – because I can go spend my money someplace that supports equal rights.

LGBT owned independent businesses return a percentage of each dollar you spend back to our community. For example, bear businesses put that dollar back into the community through bear runs, bear media, and contributions to local non-profit organizations and political organizations.

We believe the best path to equality is financial empowerment.

Seasons of Pride supports diversity in the workplace through free LGBT jobs listings, and free directories for gay and lesbian businesses and a LGBT Freelancers  for the Queer Community.

 

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Bartender at The Abbey West Hollywood

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The Abbey Food and Bar is known as The Best Gay Bar in the World, having won the title two years in a row from MTV’s LOGO.   Founded by David Cooley 22 years ago, there is no better place to meet old friends or new ones, enjoy a generous and well made cocktail, eat a delicious meal or simply just kick back and have fun.    Known for its gorgeous, friendly staff and 10 ounce martinis, The Abbey also has breakfast, lunch and dinner menus created by Daniel Elmaleh.   The Abbey is a recognized LGBT brand around the world. Celebrities, world travelers and locals are our regulars.  They call it an institution, home of the Gay Walk of Fame, Elizabeth Taylor’s favorite pub, a community center, one of the best outdoor cocktail and dining experiences in Los Angeles and quite simply, The Abbey.

Bartender at The Abbey West Hollywood

Bartender at The Abbey West Hollywood

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Looking for a job working within the LGBT Community?

Gay LGBT Job Board

We think it’s important where you spend your money, so we try to provide every opportunity for the LGBTQI community to either gain new business or land a new job. We encourage you to consume in a responsible way. Support our community by shopping, dining and staying with LGBT Businesses.

We think it’s important where you spend your money, so we try to provide every opportunity for the LGBTQI community to either gain new business or land a new job. We encourage you to consume in a responsible way. Support our community by shopping, dining and staying with LGBT Businesses.

A free service for job seekers to locate jobs and employers to locate employees that are GLBT friendly.

Seasons of Pride is supporting LGBT business by offering free services to promote LGBT business: Free Press Release Publication, Free Job Postings, Free Business Listing and Free Event Listing for LGBT Businesses and Non-Profit Organizations.

Our newest offering freelancing jobs.  We offer a free freelancers board to the LGBT community.  Send us an email with your freelance needs such as bookkeeping, web design, etc. and we will post it and promote it through our LGBT partners.

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OUTFEST 2015

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July 9, 2015 to July 19, 2015

OUTFEST: Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film Festival – Outfest is the leading organization showcasing, nurturing and preserving lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender film images and artistry. For 30 years, Outfest has led the charge, spotlighting emerging talent, creating community between filmmakers and audiences and offering a world-class forum for stories that reflect and often transform LGBT lives. Los Angeles, CA.

OUTFEST 2015

OUTFEST 2015

 

Los Angeles, May 7, 2015 – Outfest – the Los Angeles-based nonprofit organization promoting equality by creating, sharing, and protecting LGBT stories on the screen – today announced its galas, including Opening and Closing Night, for the 2015 Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival presented by HBO. The nation’s leading LGBT festival will be held July 9-19, 2015.

The 2015 Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival will open with “Tig” – a hilarious and heartfelt documentary about comedian Tig Notaro who became a media sensation and critical smash overnight after she turned her cancer diagnosis into a stand-up set. Co-starring Sarah Silverman, Zach Galifianakis and Louis C.K, “Tig” will screen at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles on July 9. 

Additional gala screenings include: Sebastián Silva’s Berlin Teddy Award winner “Nasty Baby” starring Silva and Kristin Wiig (U.S. Dramatic Centerpiece); Winner of the World Cinema Directing Award at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival “The Summer of Sangaile” by Alanté Kavaïté (International Centerpiece); Golden Berlin Bear­–nominated “Eisenstein in Guanajuato” by revered auteur Peter Greenaway (International Centerpiece); the Sundance Grand Jury Prize–nominated “Best of Enemies” by Morgan Neville and Robert Gordon (Documentary Centerpiece); and Malcolm Ingram’s inspirational documentary on LGBT athletes, “Out to Win” (Documentary Centerpiece).

The 2015 Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival will close on July 19 with “The New Girlfriend” – a one-of-a-kind gender-bending melodrama from the visionary mind of François Ozon, starring five-time Cesar Award nominee Romain Duris and two-time Cesar Award nominee Anais Demoustier.

“This year’s gala selections underline the fact that our community is empowered openly identifying as LGBT,” says Christopher Racster, Interim Executive Director of Outfest. “The program truly represents Outfest’s commitment to use the power of film to reflect our community; highlighting our struggles and our triumphs, and ultimately creating greater understanding and change within society.”

“We’re excited to be presenting an exceptional collection from modern masters, as well as welcoming back returning alums, and showcasing remarkable debuts,” adds Outfest Director of Programming Lucy Mukerjee-Brown. “Whether it’s celebrating the increasing visibility of LGBT athletes, or portraying contemporary social class matters, our galas are an exceptional collection of movies that showcase the complexity and timeliness of LGBT issues. This year’s filmmakers have raised the bar, exploring unique characters while also delivering a cinematic experience of the highest quality.”

The complete lineup for the 2015 Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival will be announced on June 3.

The 2015 Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival is proudly presented by HBO, a partnership that has spanned nineteen years. Grand Sponsors include DIRECTV, Ease Entertainment Services, and Frontiers Media. For more information about sponsorship, visit www.outfest.org/sponsor.

GALA SYNOPSES

Tig (Opening Night Gala) Directors: Kristina Goolsby and Ashley York

“Good evening. Hello. I have cancer,” comedian Tig Notaro famously announced in front of a stunned audience in 2012. “Is everybody having a good time?” In just 30 minutes, Notaro not only revealed her grave prognosis to the world, but she also delivered the news with a disarming mixture of humor and vulnerability. The standup set became a media sensation and critical smash overnight and, as Kristina Goolsby and Ashley York’s new documentary reveals, helped push the beloved comedian past a series of setbacks and into the limelight. Notaro was left with no choice but to turn profound pain into an ongoing punch line, both on- and off-stage. The result is an alternately hilarious and poignant window into a comedian’s process, turning her worst fears and anxieties into pure comedic gold. The film also features Sarah Silverman, Zach Galifianakis and Louis C.K., the man who ensured Tig’s now-famous “cancer comedy” was heard by millions of appreciative listeners across the globe.

The New Girlfriend (Closing Night Gala) Director: François Ozon

From the visionary mind of François Ozon (“8 Women,” “Swimming Pool”) comes his one-of-a-kind gender-bending melodrama, which both shocks and delights in equal measure. Steeped in suspense and indebted to the eye-popping visuals of Pedro Almodóvar, Alfred Hitchcock and Brian De Palma, “The New Girlfriend” blends the macabre with a heartfelt romance in the tale of soft-spoken Claire and her love affair with a mysterious stranger. After mourning the loss of Laura, her childhood friend (and unrequited love), Claire comes across Laura’s husband dressed head-to-toe in his late wife’s clothes. Unsure whether his new guise is the result of foul play, she threatens to reveal David to Laura’s family. But the more time she spends with him, the more Claire becomes seduced by his beautiful new incarnation. As the two become inseparable, Claire wonders whether she is falling for David’s alter-ego, or perhaps a part of Laura’s resurrected soul.

“The New Girlfriend” pays homage to classic Hollywood cinema – from “Rebecca” to “All About My Mother” – while injecting its own brand of sensual, sometimes sinister, eroticism.

The Summer of Sangaile (International Centerpiece) Director: Alanté Kavaïté

Winner of the World Cinema Directing Award at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, Alanté Kavaïté’s “The Summer of Sangaile” is arguably one of the year’s most visually stunning films. It also happens to be one of the most romantic. Set against the bright summer skies of Lithuania’s countryside, the story begins with a chance meeting between two restless youths – the quiet, angst-ridden Sangaile and her polar-opposite love interest Auste, a beguiling and beautiful fashionista. Sangaile dreams of flying one of the stunt planes that speed through the clouds above her parent’s home, but her vertigo keeps her aspirations grounded. It’s only when Auste prods her to accompany a pilot’s trip that Sangaile forces herself to take a leap of faith.

Kavaïté’s film is a shot-by-shot tour-de-force. Her camera defies gravity, soaring high into the sky as well as nestling within the film’s quietest and most intimate moments. “The Summer of Sangaile” moves like a dream, transporting us into a surreal landscape where love and self-fulfillment are just a flight away.

Eisenstein in Guanajuato (International Centerpiece) Director: Peter Greenaway

“Eisenstein in Guanajuato” – which premiered to widespread acclaim at the Berlin International Film Festival – kicks dust in the face of the rickety biopic, injecting life into all things rich, wild and deliciously taboo. Revered filmmaker Peter Greenaway (“The Cook, The Thief, His Wife & Her Lover”) brings out the best of his acclaimed and controversial filmmaking style in this bold and sexually explicit celebration of Sergei Eisenstein’s gay coming-of-age during what is now considered his transformative trip to Mexico during the 1930s. Temporarily free of Soviet constraints, the famed Russian director (played by Elmer Bäck) discovers his wild side upon meeting and bedding a gorgeous tour guide named Palomino (Luis Alberti, “Carmin Tropical”). What starts as a work-related trip becomes a dizzying journey into the mind of a visionary who, at the peak of his artistic power, discovers romance for the first time. The result is a wild experiment in abstract storytelling that overflows with joy and energy. Greenaway captures Eisenstein’s essence and makes his enthusiasm for art and sex our own.

Nasty Baby (U.S. Dramatic Centerpiece) Director: Sebastián Silva

Hipsters beware: “Nasty Baby” plays nice until a disturbing twist flips the film – and with it the entire quirky-cute indie canon – on its head. A certifiable shocker at the Sundance Film Festival, Sebastián Silva’s biting and provocative black comedy has already inspired both walkouts and accolades, including the prestigious Teddy Award for Best Feature at the 2015 Berlin International Film Festival.

An attractive gay Brooklyn couple, Freddy (Silva) and Mo (Tunde Adebimpe, “Rachel Getting Married,” TV On The Radio), ask their best friend Polly (Kristin Wiig) to become their surrogate. As the three hipsters contemplate becoming one big progressive family, and as Freddy and his assistant Wendy (Alia Shawkat, “Arrested Development”) create what they’re convinced is a brilliant art show, signs of danger and instability, primarily from a disturbed neighbor named The Bishop, intrude upon the film’s squeaky-clean surface. Director Silva (“Magic Magic, Crystal Fairy”) cleverly shows audiences what they want to see, only to rip the rug out from under and expose – with pitch-black humor – the hypocrisy of Brooklyn’s latte-sipping elite.

Best of Enemies (Documentary Centerpiece) Directors: Morgan Neville and Robert Gordon

While violence erupted in the streets during the long hot summer of 1968, two literary giants faced off in an intellectual clash of the titans — with no holds barred. Directors Morgan Neville (the Oscar-winning “20 Feet from Stardom”) and Robert Gordon take us back to an electrifying moment in history, as the third-place ABC network took a bold step for TV news: Take ideologically opposed pundits Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley and allow them to debate the issues every night. Live. Never at a loss for words, the authors faced off with equal fervor and venom, culminating in the famous exchange in which Vidal labeled Buckley a “crypto-Nazi,” leading Buckley to respond by calling Vidal “queer” on national TV. This captivating Sundance favorite shows us what these legendary combatants had in common — both were intellectuals and failed political candidates from patrician backgrounds — mixing interviews with their friends and enemies along with Vidal and Buckley’s public and private writings (narrated by John Lithgow and Kelsey Grammer). These legendary TV battles represented both the decline of intellectual discourse in the mass media and the rise of right-vs.-left talking heads masquerading as news.

Out To Win (Documentary Centerpiece) Director: Malcolm Ingram

One of the final frontiers for LGBT visibility in this country is the locker room, and “Out To Win” celebrates the pioneers who have worked to make the world of sports a more diverse and inclusive one. Screening his fourth consecutive documentary at Outfest Los Angeles, filmmaker Malcolm Ingram (“Continental,” “Bear Nation,” “Continental”, Outfest Jury Prize–winner “Small Town Gay Bar”) takes an expansive look at out-and-proud champions, from early envelope-pushers like Billie Jean King and David Kopay through current superstars like Jason Collins and Brittney Griner to the college athletes who are defying conventions and opening minds. (When major players like Nike start a campaign celebrating sexual and gender diversity in sports, you can sense institutionalized homophobia being forced to retreat.) Mixing historical context with the ever-changing face of modern sports, Ingram introduces us to athletes from around the world who are sharing their stories, speaking their truths and making a difference

ABOUT OUTFEST

Founded by UCLA students in 1982, Outfest is the world’s leading organization that promotes equality by creating, sharing and protecting LGBT stories on the screen. Outfest builds community by connecting diverse populations to discover, discuss and celebrate stories of LGBT lives. Over the past three decades, Outfest has showcased thousands of films from around the world, educated and mentored hundreds of emerging filmmakers, and protected more than 35,000 LGBT films and videos. Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival is eleven days of world-class films, panels, and parties.

ABOUT HBO

Home Box Office, Inc. is the premium television programming subsidiary of Time Warner Inc. and the world’s most successful pay TV service, providing the two television services – HBO® and Cinemax® – to approximately 122 million subscribers worldwide.  The services offer the popular subscription video-on-demand products HBO On Demand® and Cinemax On Demand®, as well as HBO GO®and MAX GO®, HD feeds and multiplex channels. In April 2015, HBO NOWSM, the network’s highly anticipated standalone premium streaming service, began providing audiences with instant access to HBO’s acclaimed programming in the U.S. HBO NOW is available directly through Apple or Optimum Online for a monthly subscription.  Internationally, HBO branded television networks, along with the subscription video-on-demand products HBO OnDemand and HBO GO, bring HBO services to over 60 countries.  HBO and Cinemax programming is sold into over 150 countries worldwide. 

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LA Pride 2015

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June 12, 2015 to June 14, 2015

LA PRIDE 2015 GEARS UP TO ROCK WEST HOLLYWOOD WITH ITS FIRST ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCEMENT FEATURING FIFTH HARMONY, TAMAR BRAXTON & WEEKEND HEADLINER, KESHA.

Christopher Street West Association, Inc. is a non-profit service organization within the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender community, composed of volunteers committed to the goals of human rights, education, outreach, and better understanding within our community, as well as the non-LGBT community. To further these goals, Christopher Street West brings together the skills, talents, and visions of our diverse community to produce the annual Los Angeles Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Celebration in West Hollywood. The celebration is a unifying force that provides the resources to promote and accomplish these goals. Los Angeles, CA.

LA Pride 2015

LA Pride 2015

 

Why PRIDE?

Pride events are truly the only opportunity for our entire diverse community, family, friends and allies to come together—by the hundreds of thousands—to celebrate our history, courage, accomplishments and future.  There is no other gathering that offers such visibility and camaraderie for the TLGB community

CSW Recent Accomplishments

  • In an effort to leverage the excitement and buzz of the iconic annual Dyke March—the celebrated kickoff to LA PRIDE—2011’s celebration featured the first ever “Purple Party, A Celebration of Women.”  Hosted by CSW and the Lesbian Visibility Committee of the City of West Hollywood, this evening featured entertainment from Macy Gray and numerous options from LA’s popular food trucks.  This special night was free, open to the public and bolstered participation in the Dyke March, which saw a very significant increase in attendance.
  • To support TLGB youth, the 2011 LA PRIDE parade included more than 350 local students—members of the Gay-Straight Alliance Network within the Los Angeles Unified School District.  This group, the largest youth contingent ever, was a parade highlight.  All participants and their parents or chaperons were then given free admittance to the festival.
  • In 2010, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa opened the doors to Getty House, the official residence of the Mayor of Los Angeles, for the first-ever LA PRIDE Garden Party.  In fact, this was the first time in the city’s history that this prestigious landmark hosted an event for the TLGB community.  CSW could not have been more proud.
  • In 2011, as the bond between the City of Los Angeles and CSW grew, in addition to the LA PRIDE Garden Party, Mayor Villaraigosa and the Los Angeles City Council—led by Councilmember Bill Rosendahl—declared June TLGB Heritage Month with a special inaugural presentation in the LA City Council Chambers.  In another tremendous first, following the ceremony, a half-day star-studded festival was held outdoors on the south lawn of City Hall.

LA Pride 2015

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Physician HIV Medicine and General Medicine

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Los Angeles LGBT CenterLos Angeles, CA

The Physician will provide medical care for the patients of the Los Angeles LGBT Center (The Center). The continuity patient panel for the Physician – HIV Medicine and General Medicine will be comprised of HIV-infected and HIV-uninfected individuals; the panel may also include Transgender patients and other patient populations within the LGBT community (for example, geriatrics) for whom The Center provides medical care, depending on the candidate’s experience and training. This physician will also be expected to provide episodic care for non-panel patients as needed.

Physician HIV Medicine and General MedicinePhysician HIV Medicine and General Medicine

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • The diagnosis and treatment of the HIV infected adult in ambulatory care settings. This entails diagnosis of acute HIV infection; of acute opportunistic infections; of all conditions co-morbid with HIV that are typically in the scope of the generalist physician; monitoring clinical and immunological status of HIV patients; the initiation and modification of antiretroviral treatment;
  • The diagnosis and treatment of the HIV uninfected adult for all medical conditions typically in the scope of the generalist physician (Family Medicine and General Internal Medicine);
  • Referral of patients to medical or surgical specialists as needed and the preparation of clinical summaries for those consultants; telephone consultations with specialists; review of their reports; incorporation of their findings and recommendations into the overall management of the patient. In all cases, the Physician will act as the Primary Care Provider and coordinate the specialty needs of their patients;
  • Daily review of lab results; daily review of requested medication refills;
  • Participation in coverage for the other medical providers in cases of vacations, conferences, and illness, and overflow. This includes review of other providers’ lab results and medication refill requests;
  • Participation in the Clinic’s on call system.
  • Physician will make detailed clinical notes entered in patients’ electronic medical records that comply with the standards currently in place and are modified from time to time based upon new technology, contract requirements from the Clinic’s payors or their fiduciary agents, state and federal regulations and results of internal Quality Improvement Monitors;
  • Physician is responsible for maintenance of their own Continuing Medical Education (CME) in order to keep current with relevant Board Certification and for AAHIVM certification;
  • Physician will participate in administrative assignments. All providers will attend, at a minimum, the following meetings:
    • Peer Review – twice monthly
    • Administration, Nursing, Pharmacy, and Research, each on a rotating basis weekly
    • Information Technology for EMR training or customization, weekly.
    • Case Conference – twice monthly
    • Multi-Disciplinary Case Conference – monthly
    • Center All Staff Meeting – quarterly
    • HMHS All Staff Meeting – every fifth Friday of the month

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES:

Other duties as assigned;

JOB QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including strong organizational, detail and interpersonal skills;
  • Some computer skills and knowledge, including medical database operations;
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with people of diverse races, ethnicities, ages, and sexual orientations in a multicultural environment;

TRAINING, EDUCATION, AND LICENSURE:

  • Physician must have either M.D. or D.O degree;
  • Board Certified in either Family Medicine, General Internal Medicine or Infectious Diseases;
  • A valid license to practice medicine in the State of California;
  • Registered by the Drug Enforcement Administration;
  • Within six months of employment must become certified by the American Academy of HIV Medicine.

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

E-mail resume and cover letter as a word attachment to jobs@lalgbtcenter.org                                          website: www.lalgbtcenter.org

Or submit application/resume to: Los Angeles LGBT Center, Human Resources Dept., 1625 N. Schrader Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028

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Assistant Street Canvass Lead Equality California

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Equality CaliforniaLos Angeles, CA

Equality California’s street canvass program is a model of grassroots education, mobilization, and fundraising that brings our message and the opportunity to take immediate action straight to the people, while generating a significant portion of the organization’s income by recruiting thousands of new members every year. Our street canvass plays a critical role in achieving full and lasting equality for California’s LGBT community.

The Assistant Street Canvass Lead helps manage and provide leadership for the day-to-day activities of the street canvass team to win campaign victories, and build Equality California’s profile in the public eye. The Assistant Lead works with other program Leads to achieve outreach goals for our organization. The ideal candidate will be an experienced manager, self-starter, and motivating trainer, with a strong background and understanding of grassroots outreach and fundraising.

Assistant Street Canvass Lead Equality California

Assistant Street Canvass Lead Equality California

Responsibilities

  • Staff Management – Recruit, hire, and train grassroots canvass outreach employees.
  • Quality Control – Track individual employee and overall campaign performance, and perform periodic evaluations of individual members of the team.
  • Canvassing – Canvass four to five days a week, to train new and experienced staff and advance the outreach and fundraising goals of the organization.
  • Logistics – Execute campaign strategy by overseeing day-to-day placement and support of staff at various outreach locations throughout the greater Los Angeles area.

Qualifications

  • At least one year of field or canvassing experience. A background in fundraising canvassing is preferred.
  • Proven ability to work within a team, developing a shared campaign vision and motivating staff.
  • Project management skills, including the ability to manage competing priorities, take personal initiative and operate under self-direction.
  • Patient, calm under pressure; able to thrive in a fast-paced campaign environment and to work under short-and-long-term deadlines.
  • Honest communicator who can coach staff and deliver feedback, and a good listener who is willing to act on constructive feedback.
  • Basic proficiency in Microsoft excel.
  • A passion for Equality California’s mission is a must. A demonstrable background working on these issues is preferred.
  • Valid driver’s license and a car is a plus.
  • Bilingual (Spanish/English) is a plus.

How to apply

Starting compensation is $15/hour. Full benefits include paid vacation and sick time, health, dental, vision, short and long-term disability and a retirement plan, among others.

The position will be based in Los Angeles.

Please send a resume and cover letter to jobs@eqca.org for consideration. Please use the email subject line: ASSISTANT STREET CANVASS LEAD. The application process will remain open until the position is filled.

As an equal opportunity employer, we recruit individuals without regard to race, national origin, religion, gender (including gender identity), sexual orientation, disability, marital status, veteran status or age.


Equality California is California’s premier statewide lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights organization focused on creating a fair and just society. Our mission is to achieve and maintain full and lasting equality, acceptance and social justice for all people in our diverse LGBT communities, inside and outside of California. Our mission includes advancing the health and well-being of LGBT Californians through direct healthcare service advocacy and education. Through electoral, advocacy, education and mobilization programs, we strive to create a broad and diverse alliance of LGBT people, educators, government officials, communities of color and faith, labor, business, and social justice communities to achieve our goals. Read more about Equality California and our mission at eqca.org.

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Assistant Street Canvass Lead Equality California

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Equality CaliforniaLos Angeles, CA

Equality California’s street canvass program is a model of grassroots education, mobilization, and fundraising that brings our message and the opportunity to take immediate action straight to the people, while generating a significant portion of the organization’s income by recruiting thousands of new members every year. Our street canvass plays a critical role in achieving full and lasting equality for California’s LGBT community.

The Assistant Street Canvass Lead helps manage and provide leadership for the day-to-day activities of the street canvass team to win campaign victories, and build Equality California’s profile in the public eye. The Assistant Lead works with other program Leads to achieve outreach goals for our organization. The ideal candidate will be an experienced manager, self-starter, and motivating trainer, with a strong background and understanding of grassroots outreach and fundraising.

Assistant Street Canvass Lead Equality California

Assistant Street Canvass Lead Equality California

Responsibilities

  • Staff Management – Recruit, hire, and train grassroots canvass outreach employees.
  • Quality Control – Track individual employee and overall campaign performance, and perform periodic evaluations of individual members of the team.
  • Canvassing – Canvass four to five days a week, to train new and experienced staff and advance the outreach and fundraising goals of the organization.
  • Logistics – Execute campaign strategy by overseeing day-to-day placement and support of staff at various outreach locations throughout the greater Los Angeles area.

Qualifications

  • At least one year of field or canvassing experience. A background in fundraising canvassing is preferred.
  • Proven ability to work within a team, developing a shared campaign vision and motivating staff.
  • Project management skills, including the ability to manage competing priorities, take personal initiative and operate under self-direction.
  • Patient, calm under pressure; able to thrive in a fast-paced campaign environment and to work under short-and-long-term deadlines.
  • Honest communicator who can coach staff and deliver feedback, and a good listener who is willing to act on constructive feedback.
  • Basic proficiency in Microsoft excel.
  • A passion for Equality California’s mission is a must. A demonstrable background working on these issues is preferred.
  • Valid driver’s license and a car is a plus.
  • Bilingual (Spanish/English) is a plus.

How to apply

Starting compensation is $15/hour. Full benefits include paid vacation and sick time, health, dental, vision, short and long-term disability and a retirement plan, among others.

The position will be based in Los Angeles.

Please send a resume and cover letter to jobs@eqca.org for consideration. Please use the email subject line: ASSISTANT STREET CANVASS LEAD. The application process will remain open until the position is filled.

As an equal opportunity employer, we recruit individuals without regard to race, national origin, religion, gender (including gender identity), sexual orientation, disability, marital status, veteran status or age.


Equality California is California’s premier statewide lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights organization focused on creating a fair and just society. Our mission is to achieve and maintain full and lasting equality, acceptance and social justice for all people in our diverse LGBT communities, inside and outside of California. Our mission includes advancing the health and well-being of LGBT Californians through direct healthcare service advocacy and education. Through electoral, advocacy, education and mobilization programs, we strive to create a broad and diverse alliance of LGBT people, educators, government officials, communities of color and faith, labor, business, and social justice communities to achieve our goals. Read more about Equality California and our mission at eqca.org.

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Major Gifts Officer Los Angeles LGBT Center

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Los Angeles LGBT CenterLos Angeles, CA

Reporting to the Deputy Director of Development, the Major Gifts Officer is responsible for assisting with the planning and implementation of the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s sustaining donor program (annual gifts of $1,500 or more). The Development Department of the Los Angeles LGBT Center has a goal to raise $13 million for FY’14 and will work to increase funds raised by 10% in FY’15. The department has a comprehensive sustaining donor program with approximately 470 Sustaining Donors. The program includes researching, prospecting, keeping detailed donor records and managing a well-developed program of donor cultivation, recognition and renewal. Challenges include the opportunity to significantly expand membership and revenue, especially at higher-level gifts of $6,000 and up.

Major Gifts Officer Los Angeles LGBT Center

Major Gifts Officer Los Angeles LGBT CenterESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

1) Work with the Deputy Director of Development and other Major Gifts Officer to plan, implement and manage a comprehensive program to identify, cultivate, solicit, recognize and renew/upgrade sustaining donors.

2) Participate in all aspects of the sustaining donor program including prospect identification, cultivation, solicitation, stewardship and renewal.

3) Implement Moves Management system for an assigned portfolio of sustaining donors.

4) Personally develop close working relationships with high net-worth individuals, to engage them in the process of donor cultivation and stewardship.

5) Become a member of professional, social and networking groups and attend weekly events to expand donor prospect base.

6) Entertain donor prospects at lunches, dinners and other appropriate social settings.

7) In addition to tours for the general public, organize tours of Center facilities for high net-worth donors.

8) Review monthly results and revise year-end projections to achieve annual budgeted goals.

9) Work closely with development, administration, communications and program staff to advance program goals.

10) Attend various events throughout Los Angeles to meet new donor prospects and to expand relationships with current donors.

11) In close cooperation with the Deputy Director of Development, develop revenue and expense budget for the next fiscal year.

12) Responsible for creating 1 affinity group house party per year. (legal, financial, healthcare, entertainment)

JOB QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

1) 2-4 years of development, with special emphasis placed on donor relations, prospecting, membership management and annual funds. Capital Campaign experience a plus. College degree or equivalent educational attainment preferred.

2) Working knowledge of the Los Angeles LGBT philanthropic communities a plus.

3) Flexibility to work during the evening and on weekends.

4) Proven concern for detail, organization, and timely follow-through.

5) Excellent communication skills, both written and oral.

6) Superior management and leadership capacity.

7) Knowledge of Moves Management and The Raiser’s Edge a plus.

8) Ability to work as part of a team.

9) Commitment to meeting membership and financial targets.

10) Dedication to the mission and service goals of the Los Angeles LGBT Center and ability to communicate that dedication.

11) Standard office computer skills, including word processing and spreadsheets; familiarity with structure and uses of sophisticated donor records software.

12) Demonstrated ability to work effectively with men and women of diverse races, ethnicities, ages, and sexual orientations in a multicultural environment.

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

E-mail resume and cover letter as a word attachment to jobs@lalgbtcenter.org

Website: www.lalgbtcenter.org

Or submit application/resume to: Los Angeles LGBT Center, Human Resources Dept., 1625 N. Schrader Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028

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Education Center Coordinator Los Angeles LGBT Center

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Los Angeles LGBT CenterLos Angeles, CA

Implement, coordinate and develop the GED and postsecondary education programming for LGBT young adults, aged 17 to 24 years, at the Youth Center on Highland.

Education Center Coordinator Los Angeles LGBT Center

Work with clients to develop their individualized education plans including GED, high school, postsecondary education enrollment, and life skills planning; facilitate direct education services for youth that includes conducting interviews and assessments, developing lesson plans, assigning lessons, tutoring clients, grading tests, and administering action plans.

Education Center Coordinator Los Angeles LGBT Center

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

1) In collaboration with the education team, develop, implement and coordinate the GED and postsecondary education programming at the Youth Center on Highland;

2) Work with clients to develop their individualized education plans including GED, high school, postsecondary education enrollment, and life skills planning; facilitate direct education services for youth that includes conducting interviews and assessments, developing lesson plans, assigning lessons, tutoring clients, grading tests, and administering action plans;

3) Develop postsecondary educational programming specific to individual youth plans; provide and coordinate college preparation and support that includes individual college counseling, aptitude assessment, college research, campus tours, class auditing, scholarship exploration, obtaining transcripts, assisting with college registration and application processes, applying for financial aid, assisting with the scheduling of coursework, and providing tutoring and continued support;

4) Provide wrap around support and resources to clients to help ensure all aspects of their education plans are followed and provide feedback as required;

5) Arrange and oversee educational field trips, visiting speakers, education groups and other activities;

6) Recruit, train, schedule and support volunteers to ensure full tutor coverage during all open hours;

7) Track data and indicators for client enrollment participation and progress; monitor individual client and program performance to ensure that deliverables are being met; prepare reports as required and ensure that they are accurate, complete and submitted on time;

8) Participate in internal and external meetings to promote community collaboration, to stay fully aware of the current education landscape and to identify opportunities for the education program and youth;

9) Maintain and develop a youth alumni program to provide both support for and connection with youth who have graduated from the program;

10) Be willing to work a flexible schedule that may include weekends and evenings;

11) Other duties as assigned.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

1) A minimum of 3 years’ experience in an educational environment as an instructor, tutor or counselor;

2) A minimum of 1 year experience in a social service or related setting;

3) Knowledge and understanding of the issues affecting gay & lesbian youth, including experience working with homeless and high risk youth (specific work with gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and/or runaway youth a plus) required;

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

5) Good verbal and written communication skills, including strong organizational, detail and interpersonal skills;

6) Leadership skills as evident by ability to work independently and coordinate the successful completion of projects;

7) Demonstrated ability to work effectively with men and women of diverse backgrounds including age, gender, sexual orientation, education, language and ethnicity, in a multicultural environment;

8) Bilingual Spanish/ English preferred.

TRAINING, EDUCATION, AND LICENSURE:

1) 4-6 years of experience in Arts, Education, Psychology, Behavioral Science, or equivalent education required;

2) Valid California Driver’s License and a clean DMV record (ability to obtain Insurance);

3) Current CPR certificate.

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

E-mail resume and cover letter as a word attachment to jobs@lalgbtcenter.org

Website: www.lalgbtcenter.org

Or submit application/resume to: Los Angeles LGBT Center, Human Resources Dept., 1625 N. Schrader Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028

View current employment opportunities:

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Case Manager III
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Education Center Coordinator
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Referral Coordinator – Temp
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