Openhouse seeks an experienced development leader who will champion the expansion of our funding base. This individual will develop programs that reach individual donors, foundations and corporate sponsors in order to ensure long-term financial sustainability for the organization as we continue to grow our capacity to serve lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) seniors in the San Francisco Bay Area. The Director of Development and Marketing reports directly to the Executive Director and serves as part of the senior management team.
The Youth Empowerment Coordinator will coordinate an HIV prevention and community building Project for young African American and Latino gay and bisexual men between the ages of 18 and 24. The community-based, peer-run prevention program is an innovative and evolving 5-year program that includes a combination of peer-led small groups, peer outreach and social marketing campaigns. Activities will occur both at Center on Halsted (COH) and at off-site, outreach locations. The person in this position will also work closely with the Outreach Coordinator to ensure that program scopes and deliverables are successfully achieved.
Out & Equal is seeking bright and motivated talent with a solid understanding of accounting and finance for the position of Accounting Associate. This position will support the Finance department with functions including, but not limited to: daily accounting, financial analysis, management reporting, internal controls functions and coordination of various record-keeping technologies, as well as serving as a resource for other departments throughout the organization.
Under the general supervision of the Clinical Director of Children, Youth and Families the Manager of Clinical Services will provide training, coaching, and supervision to direct service staff and participating providers and provide direct mental health services to LGBTQ foster youth and their families as needed.
Keep It Up! (KIU!) is an interactive and engaging intervention tailored to ethnically diverse men who have sex with men (MSM) who are 18-24 years old. Through funding from the Chicago Department of Public Health, KIU! will be implemented by Center on Halsted (COH) as a city-wide, community-level intervention. Other projects include outreach, HIV testing and individual level interventions offered to Chicago men who have sex with men.
The Communications Assistant provides support for all aspects of GLSEN’s communications work, from production to social media, to media relations; and plays a vital role in ensuring brand consistency across Communication platforms.
This position reports to the Communities of Color OrganizingDirector. This position combines the numbers based accountability andmassive scale of politicalorganizing with the leadership development andteambuilding inherent incommunity organizing. The core of this positionis recruiting, training andsupportingdozens of leaderswho in turnrecruit, support and train hundreds of volunteers…
The primary responsibility is to oversee phones and front desk, scheduling of volunteers, office appearance, supplies, computer input and literature needs. Salary negotiable based on experience. Bilingual encouraged to apply.
The Medical Assistant serves as an integral member of the health services team by stocking and preparing supplies and equipment, providing direct care, coordinating consultations and serving as an intermediary between patients and their healthcare provider.