Human Rights Campaign is a group created for all. It gives every member of the LGBTQ family the freedom to live a peaceful life. Currently, the Human Rights Campaign has over 3 million members. The group strives to support its members and help each one of them gain equity and justice under the law. The Human Rights Campaign was founded in the year 1980 by an American gay rights Activist Steve Endean. Human Rights Campaign comprises a passionate team reputable for their advocacy on marriage equality, gender equality, anti-discrimination, hate crimes legislation, and much more. President Alphonso David effectively heads the Human Rights Campaign. Its headquarters strategically situated in Washington, D.C. Human Rights, is also known for its award and recognition policies to the social activist who deserved it. The Human Right Campaign team are committed to helping people in the community and globally. The group has created numerous awareness campaigns for the eye-opening of people all over the world. Human Rights Campaign has long pulled a revenue of $45,636 641. As of 2018, the group expenditure was recorded to be $43,167,397.
We strongly encourage people of color, transgender and non-binary people to apply. HRC is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes everyone, including non-LGBTQ people, to join our team.
The Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) Coordinator is a critical member of the DEI department providing support to the team, the programs, and fulfilling the organization''s mission in a truly intersectional and inclusive way. Reporting to the Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, the DEI Coordinator is responsible for oversight and coordination of all administrative matters relating to the day-to-day activities of the DEI department, including supporting projects across the department, coordinating communications and outreach to steering committees, assisting the team on internal and external DEI activities, and providing support to the Senior Vice President, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion.
- Maintain database of primary contacts
- Coordinate messaging to steering committee and board members
- Assist team with content development and communications with key stakeholders
- Provide preliminary customer service for volunteers'' and staff requests and inquiries
- Maintain edits to departmental materials and relevant web pages
- Provide administrative support to senior staff, as needed, including scheduling meetings and scheduling travel
- Assist senior staff in preparing information for board members and meetings including compiling information for board reports, etc.
- Serve as the primary person for the following financial matters related to the DEI department:
- Ensure accurate booking of contracts
- Process payments and check requests
- Generate acknowledgement correspondence
- Maintain invoice generation and tracking
- Work closely with senior staff to assist with monthly budget monitoring
- Provide superior customer service to external and internal DEI stakeholders.
- Monitor and manage the DEI email inbox
- Answer and field incoming calls from steering committee and board members, volunteers, and partner organizations regarding DEI matters.
- Coordinate with other HRC departments on internal and external DEI consultation and workshop requests and general communications
- Conduct research on communities and organizations that are interested in partnering with HRC
- Track key issues and topics relevant to the movement that will ensure our work is timely and relevant
- Assist in preparing presentations and other resource materials.
- Assist in creating workshops and presentations
- Events and Logistics: Support and coordinate logistics for meetings, conferences, webinars, offsite meetings and events - specifically Board of Governors diversity and inclusion co-chairs, DEI Liaisons, Equality Convention, Equality Leaders, and community outreach programs
- Other duties as assigned
- Commitment to LGBTQ equality is required
- Bachelor''s degree or equivalent work experience and one to three years related experience.
- Must have superior client-service skills and high attention to detail.
- Proven administrative proficiency and organizational skills
- Passion for and foundational knowledge about racial and gender justice issues, and inclusion concepts like intersectionality required.
- Demonstrated cultural competency across multiple communities. Experience working within underrepresented/marginalized communities a plus.
- Well-organized, detail-oriented, goal-driven and confirmed ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects with a positive attitude, meeting tight deadlines in a fast-paced, highly-collaborative environment.
- Must be self-motivated.
- High emotional intelligence and ability to triage sensitive situations. Excellent active listening skills.
- The ability to maintain confidentiality, strong professional ethics and business acumen are required.
- Flexibility with work schedule; sometimes working in evenings and on weekends.
- Ability to effectively work across a wide variety of constituency groups (including volunteers and donors) and organize support for goals and plans.
- Ability to effectively use a variety of computer programs including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, Google Apps, Project and other applications, including web-based tools
All positions at the Human Rights Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically.Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.
No phone calls or emails, please. Due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to queries about application status.
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
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