We have an excellent opportunity for an Associate Director of Communications in our San Francisco office. The associate director is responsible for managing the national organization’s branding, positioning and communications, integrated marketing and outreach strategy. The individual oversees the implementation of such strategies by spearheading public and media relations, corporate communications, web presence, marketing, and creative services. The candidate serves as the expert counsel on protecting and enhancing the reputation of the brand, and for developing messages and imagery that encourages individuals, companies, and foundations to support the organization.
The Associate Director of Communications is generally responsible for the overall planning, organization, and direction of Out & Equal’s external communications and public information activities: fostering and maintaining relationships with news media, elected officials, other communications directors, community relations and partner organizations.
The Senior Manager –LGBTCareerLink works with the Chief Development Officer, staff and vendors to manage O&E’s online LGBT recruiting tool as it continues on its trajectory as the number one global resource for LGBT talent recruiting. The Senior Manager is responsible for multi-national Fortune 500 business development and for all associated activities and technologies that support the program’s growth.
The Senior Manager should be familiar with emerging Internet technologies and must have both the strategic vision to determine current and future needs and the tactical skills to implement and manage technology-based solutions that exceed the expectations of O&E’s diverse constituency. The Senior Manager must be able to team with staff, vendors, and constituents in developing career related webinars, developing employer relationships and exceeding revenue targets.
Out & Equal has an excellent opportunity for a Senior Development Manager over our Corporate Accounts. The successful candidate will join a team of three other professionals and will report to the Chief Development Officer. The role will include specific responsibility for managing and maintaining both new and renewal corporate accounts.
The successful candidate will bring at least five years of experience in fundraising in a nonprofit environment, with a meaningful part of that time supporting building relationships with key & major corporate donors. A professional demeanor, a proactive and positive attitude, and the ability to work both independently and as a member of a team are all important attributes for this position. Experience with the corporate sector is critical.
We encourage you to bookmark the Out & Equal Workplace Advocates employment opportunities page to keep abreast of our hiring needs. Unless otherwise stated, all positions are based out of San Francisco, California.
If you feel you have significant relevant experience in LGBT workplace equality advocacy, we welcome hearing from you for consideration in our ongoing interim/contract employment opportunities and/or internship and volunteer needs.
Email us with all general employment submissions and inquiries. As with many nonprofits, volunteerism is a great way to get your foot in the door.
Out and Equal Workplace Advocates is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on any of the following: race, religious creed, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression or gender characteristics, national origin, religion, marital status, medical condition, physical or mental disability, military service or veteran status, pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions, or any other classification protected by federal, state, and local laws and ordinances.
Updated November 22, 2013