Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2020 LGBT CFO CONFERENCE
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Family Equality PT TEMP 3-5 months ($25-$35/hr). 1099 contractor position Or PT Temp Employee
Chief Operating Officer
Common Justice Founded in 2008, Common Justice has grown rapidly to serve hundreds of participants through direct service offices in the Bronx and Brooklyn, to launch a body of organizing and policy work, and to grow a narrative-shifting communications team with a team of 27 people and a $4.2M budget. A newly created position, our first-ever Chief Operating Officer (COO) will play an integral strategic and leadership role in organization building, ensuring we have best practices, systems, and culture to propel our work and impact into the next decade.
Reporting Directly to the Executive Director, the COO is responsible for developing internal processes and systems that foster an organizational culture that centers transparency and collaboration while ensuring organizational effectiveness. The COO will oversee all of our administrative functions, including human resources, finance, and operations. As a key member of the executive team, the COO will drive strategic planning, budgeting, and forecasting, and directly manage the Director of Operations and HR manager, and will work closely with the Director of Development.
Ideal candidates are seasoned strategic and operational leaders who bring expertise in anti-racist organization and culture building, as well as significant experience leading finance and talent management.
Development Manager, Engagement & Advancement
Point Foundation Full details and application via link (no emails outside of MAP folks please)
Reporting to the Development Director, Engagement and Advancement, the Manager will be responsible for donor cultivation specifically focused on (but not limited to) Point Foundation alumni, Valedictorian Society donors, mid-level donors and other supporters. As part of this effort, the Manager will conduct research on mid-level donors to ascertain their viability as prospective major donors and will assume responsibility for a portfolio of these supporters. The manager will also lead host committees in their outreach efforts in select cities across the country. The Manager will also provide critical insight and support for overall development activities, including online and peer-to-peer fundraising.
Reports To: Development Director, Engagment and Advancement Status: Full-Time Administrative Exempt Location: New York, NY
Corporate & Foundation Relations Manager
Point Foundation Full position details and application via link provided (email for MAP folks only)
The Corporate and Foundation Relations Manager oversees the management, support, and advancement of Point Foundation’s institutional giving program which includes grants from a range of private foundations, corporations, and corporate foundations. They will be responsible for prospect research, pipeline management, proposal preparation and submission, and coordinating Development & Program Department staff and resources to ensure goals, deadlines, and financial objectives are accomplished. They will also work closely with peer staff to develop robust ERG engagement programs.
Reports To: Chief Development Officer Works With: Development, Program, and Finance staff Status: Full-Time Administrative Exempt Location: New York, NY
ears Clinical Law Teaching Fellowship on Sexual and Reproductive Health, Law and Policy
UCLA: Williams Institute UCLA Law’s Williams Institute and Experiential Education Program seek applications for the Sears Clinical Law Teaching Fellowship for 2021-2024. Applicants who intend to pursue a career as a clinical professor and/or public interest lawyer engaged in legislative lawyering and policy work are invited to apply if their practice or research interests are focused on the intersections of sexual and reproductive health, LGBTQ rights, and racial and economic justice.
We invite applications from those practicing or working in law, policy, and other disciplinary traditions. We are particularly interested in candidates who have an interest in researching religious liberty arguments to limit both reproductive and LGBTQ rights.
Daniel H. Renberg Law Fellow
UCLA: Williams Institute The Daniel. H. Renberg Law Fellow will further the Williams Institute’s mission by conducting legal and multi-disciplinary research on discrimination facing LGBTQ people, LGBTQ health, LGBTQ families, and criminal justice, among other topics. The Law Fellow will provide research and writing support to senior scholars at the Institute and will contribute to self-published reports, academic articles, public comments, amicus briefs, and other Institute work. The position will be for two years and will be based in Los Angeles, California (as COVID-19 regulations permit).
Director of HR (60-80%FTE)
Common Justice The Director of Human Resources will drive recruitment, ensuring that the organization attracts a highly diverse and extraordinarily gifted staff. They will have oversight of the compensation system and will partner with the Chief Operating Officer around continuous refinement of benefits offerings to recruit and retain high-performing staff while controlling costs. With expertise in human resources systems and functions, the Director of Human Resources will ensure compliance with employment laws and regulations for Common Justice’s offices and remote working environments.
Through the building of an effective performance management system that supports clarity of expectations and feedback, the Director of Human Resources will work to develop leaders to best support staff performance, growth, and learning so that everyone is positioned to make their greatest possible contribution to the mission. Partnering with managers throughout the organization, the Director of Human Resources will work with the Chief Operating Officer to support excellence across the organization, including supporting the development of supervisory skills and continually building managers’ effectiveness in growing, mentoring, and retaining highly effective staff members.
The Director of Human Resources will lead with attentiveness to employee morale, development, and wellbeing. They will be a key influencer across the organization in fostering and strengthening a culture of collaboration, excellence, and initiative that will be vital to Common Justice’s success.
The Director of Human Resources will bring an unfaltering commitment to equity, including racial equity, to all dimensions of their role.
This job will be primarily in Brooklyn, though some travel to the Bronx office will be expected as often as once per week.