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NYC Surgical Coordinator Bespoke Surgical

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Bespoke SurgicalNew York, NY

Looking for capable, friendly, and dedicated surgical coordinator/administrative assistant for LGBT-focused, high-end private surgical practice in Union Square. Responsibilities: Surgical coordination (including booking, preauthorizations, and post-op follow-up), fielding incoming calls, maintaining patient contact, working to ensure the highest quality of patient care, managing surgeon’s professional calendar, maintaining sensitivity to client confidentiality, and managing time efficiently during office hours and “down-time.”

NYC Surgical Coordinator Bespoke Surgical

NYC Surgical Coordinator Bespoke Surgical

Benefits: Comprehensive medical and dental insurance coverage option, welcoming and engaging work environment that promotes knowledge and understanding, ability to grow as the practice expands, competitive salary commensurate with experience.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and at least 2 years medical office experience. Inexperienced need not apply. All candidates will be required to submit a resume and current headshot.

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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.

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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.

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NYC Surgical Coordinator Bespoke Surgical

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Bespoke SurgicalNew York, NY

Looking for capable, friendly, and dedicated surgical coordinator/administrative assistant for LGBT-focused, high-end private surgical practice in Union Square. Responsibilities: Surgical coordination (including booking, preauthorizations, and post-op follow-up), fielding incoming calls, maintaining patient contact, working to ensure the highest quality of patient care, managing surgeon’s professional calendar, maintaining sensitivity to client confidentiality, and managing time efficiently during office hours and “down-time.”

NYC Surgical Coordinator Bespoke Surgical

NYC Surgical Coordinator Bespoke Surgical

Benefits: Comprehensive medical and dental insurance coverage option, welcoming and engaging work environment that promotes knowledge and understanding, ability to grow as the practice expands, competitive salary commensurate with experience.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and at least 2 years medical office experience. Inexperienced need not apply. All candidates will be required to submit a resume and current headshot.

APPLY

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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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CSD Madgeburg 2015

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August 14, 2015 to August 22, 2015

CSD Madgeburg – The Christopher Street Day (CSD) is a party, commemoration and demonstration by and for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. In Magdeburg, he is celebrated for many years – as colorful and peaceful demonstration for equal rights and against their discrimination and exclusion. Invited are all from the 14th to celebrate by 23 August 2015 to demonstrate and discuss. Let’s start with the Fahnenhissung on August 14, 2015 followed by a week of films, literature and theme nights and parties. The highlight is the grand parade through downtown with CSD-town festival on August 22, 2015th. Madgeburg, Germany.

CSD Madgeburg 2015

CSD Madgeburg 2015

History of Christopher Street Day

It’s the year 1969, more precisely 27 June this year. The bar “Stonewall Inn” in New York’s Christopher Street is well stocked. It is a special place, a place where the gay man, the lesbian, the drag queen and all others who do not fit into the socially accepted sexual schema, once may be the way they are. It is among his peers and a piece feels far more secure than out on the street, where it is better not to far moved out of his gender role out, did not want to be beaten up or raped. But appearances are deceptive security.No, also in the Stonewall Inn is one, just as in the other gay venues, not sure. Occasionally passes a band of policemen and conducts a raid, bringing more arrests by itself, partially associated with a disproportionate violence the police.But the atmosphere is bubbling. How long is this going to last? Against 1:20 clock it’s time again.But something is different. Why the police dive time on so late? This time there are arrests, but now enough is enough. The first fight back and soon there is a brawl. The police are forced to retire to the bar. But the situation escalated further. More and more people are added and more police reinforcement is called. Last fight about 2,000 protesters against 400 policemen. When the Tactical Patrol Force is drawn to help resolve the protests slowly, but repeated in subsequent nights. These so-called Stonewall Riots sparked a gay liberation movement. End July 1969 was formed the Gay Liberation Front, a political lesbian and gay group which advocated the liberation of gays and lesbians. Through them lesbians and gays became visible in society. Soon the GLF was represented in many cities and universities in the country. In 1970, the GLF the Christopher Street Liberation Day Committee, which carried out a march from Greenwich Village to Central Park to commemorate the Stonewall riots. Between 5,000 and 10,000 people participated in the march. This tradition was repeated annually as Christopher Street Liberation Day held every last Saturday in June and found numerous imitations in other cities. In Germany there was on 29 April 1972 in Münster, the first major lesbian and gay demonstration. The CSD wave sloshed over but only in 1979. In Bremen and Berlin found in the year instead of the first Christopher Street Day, which were still quite manageable with several hundred participants. Since then attracted more and more German cities by now and the CSD is celebrated in more than 40 locations in Germany. The Magdeburg CSD tradition dates back to 2000. This was preceded by a number of endeavors to celebrate a CSD in Saxony-Anhalt, between the three major cities Magdeburg, Halle and Dessau should change. So already found the end of the 20th century twice a CSD in Magdeburg.

Had a result of the closure of the Men’s Club and the dissolution of the Gay Men’s Club eV the CSD failed in 2008 and was organized in 2009 on a smaller scale from LSVD Saxony-Anhalt: the typical Magdeburg CSD with Liebig Street Festival and cultural week there were from 2000 year with one exception. Since the CSD grows back, took place in 2010 back to the Liebig Street and established in the same year the gay pride through the Magdeburg city center. 2012 pulled the CSD street festival again to, but just around the corner in the Hegelstraße. In addition, this was the first under the leadership of the association, founded in 2011 CSD Magdeburg eV conducted Christopher Street Day. With a renewed move to the Altenmarkt in 2014 the CSD moved directly into the local political center of Magdeburg before the town hall.

The CSD eV Germany holds in this video again the basic concerns of the CSD together:

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Girls Night Out Sweepstakes with Cyndi Lauper

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Groupon Launches Girls Night Out Sweepstakes for a Private Bowling Session with Cyndi Lauper

Win an epic New York City experience for two by donating $10 to True Colors Fund, which helps fight LGBT youth homelessness, or for free by mail.

Girls Night Out Sweepstakes with Cyndi Lauper

Girls Night Out Sweepstakes with Cyndi LauperGroupon launched a Girls Night Out sweepstakes for a trip for two to New York City to meet legendary singer Cyndi Lauper, go bowling with her and attend a Broadway show. Starting today and running through June 28, Groupon users can visit www.groupon.com/cyndi to make a $10 donation and enter the sweepstakes.* All donations will go directly to True Colors Fund, which works to end homelessness among lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) youth. According to estimates, as much as 40 percent of homeless youth identify as LGBT.1

“Attention: Groupon c/o Epic Cyndi Lauper Sweepstakes”

“The True Colors Fund is working hard every day to end LGBT youth homelessness, and we will not rest until the percentage goes from 40 to none,” said Cyndi Lauper. “Also, I’m a great bowler, so put your money where your mouth is if you’re with us.”

The epic Girls Night Out experience includes:

  • Three-hour private bowling session at Frames Bowling Lounge NYC, including unlimited food and drink
  • The chance to bowl a few frames with Cyndi Lauper
  • Two tickets to a Broadway show
  • $300 to spend on dinner for two
  • Airfare for two from the winner’s home (including Alaska and Hawaii) to New York City
  • Three-night stay in a New York City hotel
  • Ground transportation from the airport to the hotel and from the hotel back to the airport

About True Colors Fund

The True Colors Fund was co-founded by Cyndi Lauper to raise awareness about and bring an end to gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender youth homelessness through a broad continuum of public education and engagement, advocacy and public policy, youth collaboration, research, and community building programs. For more information, please visit www.truecolorsfund.org.

About Groupon

Groupon (NASDAQ: GRPN) is a global leader of local commerce and the place you start when you want to buy just about anything, anytime, anywhere. By leveraging the company’s global relationships and scale, Groupon offers consumers a vast marketplace of unbeatable deals all over the world. Shoppers discover the best a city has to offer on the web or on mobile with Groupon Local, enjoy vacations with Groupon Getaways, and find a curated selection of electronics, fashion, home furnishings and more with Groupon Goods.

Groupon is redefining how traditional small businesses attract, retain and interact with customers by providing merchants with a suite of products and services, including customizable deal campaigns, credit card payment processing capabilities, and point-of-sale solutions that help businesses grow and operate more effectively. To search for great deals or subscribe to Groupon emails, visit www.Groupon.com. To download Groupon’s top-rated mobile apps, visit www.groupon.com/mobile. To learn more about the company’s merchant solutions and how to work with Groupon, visit www.GrouponWorks.com.

* NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. Limit 4 entries per person, per day regardless of method of entry. Odds of winning depend on the total number of entries received. Void where prohibited by law. Sweepstakes only open to legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia (excludes Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands), 18+. Entry period ends: 11:59:59 p.m. EDT on 6/28/15. ARV of all prizes: $3,856 USD. Subject to full Official Rules (click to link). Sponsor: Groupon, Inc., 600 West Chicago Avenue, Ste. 400, Chicago, IL 60654.

To enter without making a purchase, you must handwrite on a 3×5 card labeled “Groupon c/o Epic Cyndi Lauper Sweepstakes” your full name, country of residence, home and daytime telephone number (including area code), e-mail address and confirmation that you are at least 18 years old (all of which must be legible) and mail it (up to the daily limit above) with proper postage to: “Attention: Groupon c/o Epic Cyndi Lauper Sweepstakes”, Groupon, Inc., 600 West Chicago Avenue, Ste. 400, Chicago, IL 60654 to enter without having to make a donation (up to the daily limit explained above). For your privacy and security, we recommend that you place the 3×5 card inside an envelope. Only one (1) mail-in entry is permitted per separately postmarked envelope. All mail-in entries must be postmarked by 11:59 p.m. ET on June 28, 2015, and received no later than 5:00 p.m. ET on July 5, 2015, to be eligible for the Sweepstakes.

1http://williamsinstitute.law.ucla.edu/wp-content/uploads/Durso-Gates-LGBT-Homeless-Youth-Survey-July-2012.pdf

 

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Folsom Street East 2015

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June 21, 2015

Folsom Street East – Folsom Street East is the largest fetish block party on the East Coast; this year’s theme is “THE NEW YORK YOU WERE WARNED ABOUT.” FSE is proud to share visual branding illustrated for the 2015 Street Fair by visionary comic book creator Phil Jimenez.

Serving the leather/fetish/kink community, the LGBT community and New York City at large. Our biggest annual event is the Folsom Street East street festival, the largest outdoor fetish street festival on the eastern coast, which brings thousands of sexy kinksters out onto the streets of New York City on a summer afternoon to celebrate sexual diversity and expression. With your support, Folsom Street East has donated more than $250,000 since the first street fair in 1997 to local community organizations. New York, NY.

Folsom Street East 2015

Folsom Street East 2015

“Folsom Street East is a celebration of the rebellious spirit of the New York kink and fetish scene, and our imagery for this year’s fair depicts our community in all its vibrant diversity,” said Paul Harrison Phillips, Communications Manager for Folsom Street East. “We’re immensely grateful to have had the opportunity to work with Phil Jimenez to realize an ass-kicking vision of our modern city that never sleeps.”

“As a New Yorker, a longtime fan of the Folsom Street East street fair, and a supporter of the organization’s mission and community engagement, I jumped at the chance to work with FSE to create the imagery for this year’s event,” said Jimenez.

This year’s Street Fair will directly benefit two NYC-based non-profit organizations serving fetish, kink, and LGBTQ communities: the New York City Anti-Violence Project (AVP) and Visual AIDS.

Folsom Street East 2015 will feature live stage entertainment representing the immense talents of the NYC LGBT and kink community, as well as a beer garden hosted by The Eagle NYC. A full line-up of stage entertainment, running from 12 PM to 4 PM, will be announced in the weeks before the event.

“We’re excited to bring Folsom Street East back to 27th Street for another amazing year,” said Street Fair co-producer Gary Martin. “Whether it’s your first Folsom Street East, or your 18th, whether you love to show off in a harness and jock, or just love to socialize with New Yorkers in the sunshine and support our community organizations, we hope you’ll join us!”

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Brooklyn Pride 2015

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June 8, 2015 to June 13, 2015

Brooklyn Pride – Over the years, Brooklyn Pride has grown to become the largest and most prominent organization serving Brooklyn’s LGBT community. Although Brooklyn Pride’s primary mission is to produce the borough’s annual pride events, the organization actively works to bring pride year round to every Brooklyn neighborhood. Brooklyn, NY.

Brooklyn Pride 2015

Brooklyn Pride 2015

 

Brooklyn Pride is a 501(c)(3) wholly volunteer-managed, tax-exempt, non-profit organization working for and on behalf of all lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Brooklynites and all others who support the struggle for equality of this community. In the spirit of Stonewall, Brooklyn Pride welcomes the participation of all the residents of Brooklyn and the outer boroughs, regardless of age, creed, gender, gender identification, HIV status, national origin, physical, mental or development disability, race religion or sexual orientation.

Brooklyn Pride is a proud member of the International Association of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Coordinators (InterPride), a not-for-profit organization that provides support to over 200 groups that plan Pride events around the globe. Brooklyn Pride is also a member of Northeast Regional Pride (NERP), an association of Pride committees in the Northeast.

 

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SAGEVets Program Coordinator LGBT Seniors

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Services & Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE)New York, NY

The primary purpose of the SAGEVets Program is to help LGBT vets, age 50 and over, access VA benefits. Particular barriers or areas of concern include discharge updates, service-connected disability benefits and spousal benefits, especially around same-sex spouses. To this end, SAGEVets works closely with its legal partner, the Veterans’ Justice and LGBT Projects of Legal Services NYC (LSNYC). This position is responsible for maintaining close communication and collaboration with LSNYC, and for making referrals to them. This position is additionally responsible for all activities of the SAGEVets Program, including outreach, presentation, networking, program production, intake, case management and referral, and is an integral part of the Care Management team. This position requires a self-starter with significant people skills as well as organizational skills, to create and build relationships, create systems and meet the program’s deliverables. Case management and program production experience are required as well. Someone with a knowledge of aging, LGBT communities and VA systems strongly desired. Strong preference for a veteran of US military service for filling this position. This position must take responsibility for learning about the history and experiences of older LGBT people in the military and for incorporating that information into programs and presentations. This position requires much local travel and some travel around the state.

SAGEVets Program Coordinator LGBT Seniors

SAGEVets Program Coordinator LGBT Seniors

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Creating and implementing an outreach plan in NYC and NYS to reach as many LGBT vets over age 50 as possible
  • Creating systems for tracking contacts and outreach efforts
  • Presenting about SAGEVets to various audiences, including seniors, vets, service providers and LGBT communities
  • Meeting with providers, electeds and other potential community partners to educate them about SAGEVets and find ways to collaborate to get the word out and produce programs
  • Performing intakes and case management duties for vets and making referrals to LSNYC
  • Promoting and celebrating the military service experience of LGBT older vets
  • Working in partnership with internal and external partners to create programs for older LGBT vets or opportunities where educating about the SAGEVets Program can take place, and the military contributions of older LGBT vets can be acknowledged
  • Creating fliers and other materials for SAGEVets programs
  • Other duties as requested

Qualifications:

  • Experience working with older adults
  • Knowledge and/or experience working in LGBT communities
  • Knowledge of US military service, history and/or VA systems
  • Case management experience
  • Computer skills (Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher, etc)
  • Networking & presentation skills

Special Requirements:

  • Lots of local travel via public transportation
  • Travel to locations around New York State, with overnight stays often required
  • Irregular hours, with some evening and weekend required with advance notice, particularly during Gay Pride season but other times as well.
  • Ability to create and keep own schedule, and record and track work accurately

Education:

  • BA or BSW required or comparable work experience
  • LGBT veteran of active US military service strongly desired

Application:

Applicants are encouraged to submit their applications by May 15, 2015, but applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Send cover letter and resume by e-mail only to: datherley@sageusa.org and tweber@sageusa.org.

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Associate Director of Communications GLAAD

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GLAADNew York, NY

The Associate Director of Communications is a member of GLAAD’s communications team who works alongside the organization’s Director of Communications to develop and execute GLAAD’s communications strategy; conducts proactive and reactive public relations about GLAAD’s work; fields media requests; drafts communications, talking points, and event marketing materials; and produces and manages GLAAD’s publications. The ideal candidate is an outstanding writer and copy editor with project management experience and excellent knowledge of public relations strategy and execution.

Associate Director of Communications GLAAD

Associate Director of Communications GLAAD

Responsibilities 

  • Collaborate with Director of Communications to develop and execute communications strategy that builds profile of GLAAD’s campaigns and leadership
  • Assist the Director of Communications with development of press releases, public statements, talking points, and other communications materials
  • Work with the Director of Communications to proactively pitch stories about GLAAD’s work and events to top-tier news and entertainment outlets
  • Write and place op-ed pieces
  • Market and promote GLAAD’s events via development of media partnerships and securing coverage among local media outlets
  • Assist with media on-site at GLAAD events
  • Ensure that internal description and messaging about GLAAD’s work is consistent and in line with brand guidelines
  • Write content for GLAAD publications, including GLAAD’s annual report
  • Manage all aspects of editorial and production processes for GLAAD publications
  • Craft copy for marketing and social media assets

Qualifications

  • Required: Bachelor’s degree in communications, public relations, journalism or related field.
  • Required: Minimum of four (4) years professional experience in public relations, communications, or marketing
  • Required : Demonstrated ability to research, write and convey complex and fact-checked information in a variety of formats to a variety of audiences (e.g., media professionals, donors, and other stakeholders).
  • Required: Demonstrated copy-editing ability, including working knowledge of Associated Press style.
  • Required: Deep understanding of key issues facing the LGBT community
  • Successful and experienced in drafting media pitches, press releases, news articles and other communications materials.
  • Exemplary project management skills.
  • Ability to work well with diverse teams and individuals (including internal staff and external vendors)
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Self-starter, able to juggle projects in a fast-paced environment.
  • Genuinely concerned and conversant about LGBT issues and have a passion and desire to make a difference.
  • Inclusiveness is a vital part of GLAAD’s work. Candidates must have skills necessary to collaborate within a diverse and inclusive environment.

Supervision

The Associate Director of Communications reports to the Director of Communications and supervises the Communications intern(s).

Compensation Salary is commensurate with experience. Benefits include: 403(b) retirement plan; escalating vacation beginning with three weeks+; paid sick, personal days and holidays; and organization paid health benefits for employees including medical, dental, vision, flex spending accounts, employee assistance program and life and long-term disability insurance.

Notes

  • GLAAD does not have the ability to provide relocation benefits to candidates.
  • Candidates MUST be able to pass both financial and criminal background check.
  • The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all job duties performed by the personnel so classified. Management reserves the right to revise or amend duties at any time.
  • The work of GLAAD resembles a campaign-style work environment; there is always a high level of energy, excitement and activity for everyone in the organization; preparing for the next events/activities to accomplish our important media advocacy work, fighting the defamation against the LGBT community and changing hearts and minds about the need for LGBT equality. Staff members are expected to consciously and continuously promote the mission, values, programs, and impact of the organization when presented with opportunities for participating in membership development and reaching out to personal connections on behalf of GLAAD.
  • This job description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions; it does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned. Critical features of this job are described under the headings below. They may be subject to change at any time due to reasonable accommodation or other reasons.

GLAAD rewrites the script for LGBT acceptance. As a dynamic media force, GLAAD tackles tough issues to shape the narrative and provoke dialogue that leads to cultural change. GLAAD protects all that has been accomplished and creates a world where everyone can live the life they love.

Contact Name: Human Resources – no phone calls please. Email: adc@glaad.org

GLAAD is an equal opportunity employer.

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Program Coordinator GRIOT Circle

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GRIOT Circle, IncBrooklyn, NY

GRIOT Circle is an intergenerational, community based, LGBTQ people of color elders’ organization founded in 1996. Our goal is to provide a welcoming space for members and their friends by providing services and programming that affirm their age, race, gender and spiritual origins. GRIOT Circle is committed to honoring and preserving the rich histories and traditions of our members and reuniting the parts of each that has been fragmented by racism, homophobia and ageism.

GRIOT Circle recently entered into a formal partnership with SAGE (Services & Advocacy for GLBT Elders). SAGEis the country’s largest and oldest organization dedicated to improving the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) older adults. Founded in 1978 and headquartered in New York City, SAGE is a national organization that offers supportive services and consumer resources for LGBT older adults.

SAGE was recently awarded funding by the New York City Council to bring its Innovative Senior Center (ISC) model for LGBT older adults to Brooklyn and the other boroughs. The ISC theory of change is founded on a whole-person model of wellness and seeks to provide specific interventions to enhance outcomes based on the needs of the specific communities and/or individuals involved. SAGE -GRIOT Circle is now recruiting a Program Coordinator who will assist with implementing the ISC model. The position is full time and reports to the Site Manager for the SAGE-GRIOT ISC Partnership.

Program Coordinator GRIOT Circle

Program Coordinator GRIOT Circle

The Program Coordinator will enhance the wellness of LGBT older adults by providing innovative interventions with measurable outcomes. S/he will coordinate programs,secure instructors and volunteer teachers. The Program Coordinator will engage in outreach to the older adult LGBT community to cultivate attendance at all programs and activities.Working under the direction of the Site Manager, the Program Coordinator will ensure SAGE – GRIOT Circle meets specific contract deliverables as defined by New York City’s Department for the Aging (DFTA) per the SAGE-GRIOT Circle Partnership.S/he will be accountable for data collection on service delivery and will collaborate with other SAGE-GRIOT personnel to facilitate DFTA reporting.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Help create and provide innovative and culturally sensitive programming for LGBT older adults
  • Coordinating space usage at GRIOT Circle and Brooklyn Community Pride Center
  • Coordinate with Site Manager

to implement daily curriculum and activities

  • Assist with outreach, particularly in Brooklyn
  • Work with Site Manager and Administrative Assistant to ensure collection of client and service unit statistics and entry into data-base
  • Complete all administrative paperwork and assist in DFTA reporting process
  • Interact with senior clients during programming
  • Assist with setup and closing of each daily programs

Required Skills/Qualifications:

  • BA in social work, public administration or related field with at least two years of professional experience; substantial relevant work experience (5+ years) may be substituted for degree
  • Computer proficient
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to multi-task in fast-paced atmosphere
  • Flexible and dependable – This position requires some flexibility around scheduling. Some evening and weekend hours required.

Strongly Desired Qualifications

  • Substantive work experience in the field of aging and/or service provision to people of color and/or LGBT constituencies
  • Knowledge of history and issues facing LGBTQ people of color elders
  • Cultural competency with diverse groups of LGBTQ elders

Job Location: Brooklyn

Compensation: Salary 37,000 after 3 months 40,000.

EOE Employer: We are an equal opportunity – affirmative action employers.We are committed to providing equal employment opportunity without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, citizenship status, marital status, HIV serostatus, sexual orientation, veteran status, height, weight or disability. People of color are strongly encouraged to apply.

Application Deadline: Applications will be accepted until position is filled. To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to Aundaray GuessAundaray@griotcircle.org. No phone calls please. Applications with no cover letter will not be considered

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Executive Administrative Assistant NYC

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Empire State Pride Agenda FoundationNew York, NY

The Executive Administrative Assistant will report to and work closely with the Executive Director, providing a variety of support functions that contribute to the Pride Agenda’s political, programmatic and fundraising success. Responsibilities include management of the Executive Director’s schedule, travel, and other administrative needs. The Assistant will also serve as a liaison to the Boards of Directors, which will include scheduling meetings and conference calls, taking minutes at Board meetings and on conference calls, compiling and distributing quarterly reports for the Boards, and any other identified activities related to Board’ functions. The position will also provide general support to the organization’s management team.

The Empire State Pride Agenda is New York’s statewide lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights and advocacy organization. Our mission is to win equality and justice for LGBT New Yorkers and our families. Through our education, organizing and advocacy programs, we work toward creating a broadly diverse alliance of LGBT people and our allies in government, communities of faith, labor, all sectors of the workforce and other social justice movements to achieve equality for LGBT New Yorkers and the broader goals of social, racial and economic justice.

Executive Administrative Assistant NYC – Empire State Pride Agenda Foundation

Executive Administrative Assistant NYC - Empire State Pride Agenda Foundation

Specific Responsibilities

  • Manage the Executive Director’s calendar and allocation of time, including any travel requirements
  • Create and distribute reports, meeting announcements, RSVPs and Board reports
  • Administer various email distribution lists for staff and Board
  • Take minutes at all Board meetings and conference calls
  • Compile Board reports from various Department heads and distribute to Boards on deadline
  • Order and maintain office supplies
  • Oversee general office management of the New York City office (e.g. coordinating cleaning services, maintenance, landlord relations)
  • Oversee general equipment purchasing, leasing and inventory, insuring that necessary documentation is provided for all purchasing of goods and services, and collecting bids for all major purchases
  • Oversee general IT functions and work with consultant to ensure health of the organization’s informational technology
  • Assist Finance, Government Affairs, and Development departments with contracts
  • Support the organization’s many special events throughout the calendar year, some of which take place outside of regular business hours

Position Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred and one to three years’ experience required, preferably in nonprofit setting
  • Superior verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent organizational skills, self-starter, well-organized, and ability to manage multiple projects to completion on deadlines
  • Superior attention to detail with strong follow-through
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to represent the organization on phone, in writing and in person
  • Excellent time management
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office
  • Knowledge of basic IT infrastructures
  • Preferred experience in non-profit office administration
  • Preferred experience with contracts
  • Demonstrated commitment to advancing the Pride Agenda’s mission
  • A demonstrated commitment and competency with issues impacting transgender and gender non-conforming New Yorkers.

The Pride Agenda is an Equal Opportunity Employer; women, people of color and transgender people are encouraged to apply.

Email cover letter and resume to jobs@prideagenda.org or mail to Empire State Pride Agenda, 80 Maiden Lane, Suite 905, New York, NY 10038. No phone calls please.

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