This is a part-time job with Pridenet, which focuses on building community relationships. The role of the community engagement lead is to spearhead projects by building networks and connections while enhancing Pridenet’s efforts in the community. The candidate will need to have a relevant degree or experience in leadership, community organization and project development. Having a graduate degree, grant writing experience or being bilingual in English and Spanish will be beneficial.
There is currently an opening for a full-time role with Human Rights Campaign as the leadership development and diversity assistant. This role will report directly to the VP for Human Resources & Leadership Development and will be required to support all administrative tasks such as event programming, training and development as well as building-related issues. The candidate will also be working with staff members of all levels within the organization, so will need to be able to communicate effectively and interact in a professional manner. The ideal candidate will have a relevant degree or work experience, as well as exceptional attention to detail and discretion when dealing with confidential matters.
Rescue Social Change Group is now hiring a national events coordinator for their LA office. This role will report to the National Events Director and will be responsible for the logistical aspects of the campaign’s engagement in the LGBT community throughout the country. Other duties will include event staffing and managing the necessary items for event activities. The right candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree or 5 years relevant experience, previous experience in project/event management, as well as experience handling budgets. Experience working with LGBT young adults and being a non-tobacco user will be a plus. Candidate must be 21 or older, have a driver’s license and be able to occasionally travel.
The University of North Carolina Wilmington is now hiring in their human resources department. This role will oversee all programs, services and resources offered to the LGBTQIA community on campus. The candidate will handle the logistics of implementing services on the campus while also providing a supportive environment and acting as an advocate for the community. The preferred applicant will have a Master’s Degree and experience working with the LGBTQIA community, as well as understanding their concerns on college campuses.
Human Rights First is currently seeking an LGBT Campaign Intern to start on 06/06/2016. The role will have a minimum of 15 hours a week, although full time is preferred, and will run through until August. The intern will assist with all administrative and project tasks, as well as help research and draft blog posts for the website. The desired candidate will have an interest in LGBT rights and previous experience in an office environment. Having a sense of humor and working as a team player are also important attributes. This position is unpaid.