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.
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The Communications Manager requires strong project management skills. You must understand how media works. More importantly, you must know how to manage the processes that will result in efficient and effective media placement and content creation. You will be responsible for producing a complex program book and managing content for an App that will serve the organizational needs of 3,000 people at the world’s largest LGBT Workplace Summit. You will also write and coordinate scripts for corporate executives who will introduce featured speakers to large audiences during the Workplace Summit. You must be knowledgeable about creative design, print collateral development, social media, emerging technologies and website organization. You will manage and support the diverse communication efforts of 20 (and growing) Out & Equal regional affiliates, assisting in writing and design of their promotional materials, updating their websites, email marketing and social media presence. You will be a strong writer and editor for Out & Equal’s national blog. You will be a creative thinker able to write to different audiences, especially media professionals when pitching stories. You will understand what stories media outlets are likely to cover and how to place those stories. You will manage the in-house communication operations from the archive to the editorial calendar, keeping all parts running smoothly to support Out & Equal’s ambitious communication goals. Learn more and apply here.
The Summit Intern will provide support to the Events Department in the planning and execution of Out & Equal’s annual Workplace Summit, which will take place in San Francisco, November 3-6, 2014. Key duties include providing administrative support, handling attendee, vendor and volunteer inquiries, overseeing the scholarship program and supporting the tactical implementation of Summit-related events. Apply online at http://outandequal.lgbtcareerlink.org/jobs/6240168.32
Community Relations Intern
The Community Relations Intern will provide support to the Associate Director of Community Relations. Duties include interacting with our 19 Regional Affiliates & Employee Resource Groups on specific requests and questions and providing general administrative support in advance of our 2014 Workplace Summit in San Francisco.The ideal candidate will be an enthusiastic and self-motivated team player with experience in community relations. Additional work responsibilities include: responding to inquiries from Regional Affiliate and ERG leaders, including phone and email follow-up, creating and updating reports for Community Relations, provide administrative support in scheduling advisory committee meetings & taking minutes/notes as required, actively participate in program team meetings and brainstorming sessions, provide administrative support and complete additional tasks for the Associate Director of Community Relations as needed, actively participate in Out & Equal staff meetings, work effectively with other departmental staff as needed.
For more information on the job and to apply: http://outandequal.lgbtcareerlink.org/jobs/6366948/community-relations-intern
Out & 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 July 28, 2014