There’s a recession on, and TheColu.mn is committed to connecting our readers with possible employment opportunities in the community. When we hear of LGBT jobs, we’ll pass them along. Today’s finds include server jobs at Tickles, a gig canvassing for the Human Rights Campaign, and coordinating a research project at Rainbow Health Initiative.

TICKLES IS A GAY PIANO/ SPORTS BAR IN DOWNTOWN MINNEAPOLIS.
LOOKING FOR PT & FT SERVERS,EXPERIENCE A MUST. PLEASE CHECK
OUT OUR WEBSITE BEFORE APPLYING. TICKLESBAR.COM
SEND RESUME ONLY,PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS.

Visit this Craigslist.org link to respond to the ad.

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Now is the time to fight for LGBT rights.

Change is in the air. Work with the Human Rights Campaign to repeal the so-called Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). DOMA discriminates against same-sex couples by denying them more than 1,100 federal rights and benefits like visiting sick partners in the hospital or filing federal taxes jointly. Work with the nation’s largest LGBT civil rights group to restore these basic, civil rights to those who deserve them.

At the Fund for the Public Interest, we’ve been organizing campaigns to fight for gay rights, protect the environment and stand up for the public interest for more than 25 years. We helped build support to defeat the Federal Marriage Amendment; win the “Million Solar Roofs” initiative in California; and our grassroots outreach has helped convince 13 states to limit their carbon emissions.
You can work for change.

Join motivated staff here in Minneapolis working to make change happen. And you can make great friends and money along the way.

To apply for a job, visit our website—www.JobsThatMatter.org—or call Chris at 612-331-8400.

Visit this Craigslist post for more information.

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The Rainbow Health Initiative (RHI) ‐ a non‐profit organization dedicated to improving the health of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) individuals in Minnesota ‐ seeks a 100% time Project Coordinator to work on a grant funded by the ClearWay Minnesota. This research grant is in partnership with the Division of Epidemiology and Community Health at the University of Minnesota.

The goals of this project are to: 1) Conduct qualitative interviews with people living with HIV/AIDS to explore patient‐provider interactions regarding their tobacco use; 2) Conduct survey of HIV physicians in Minnesota of their practices and attitudes regarding tobacco among their HIV-positive patients.

You can view the entire job posting here: Job Description Project Coordinator.

Rainbow Health is also seeking an administrative assistant. You can view the job description at this link.

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Andy Birkey
Andy Birkey has written for a number of Minnesota and national publications. He founded Eleventh Avenue South which ran from 2002-2011, wrote for the Minnesota Independent from 2006-2011, the American Independent from 2010-2013. His writing has appeared in The Advocate, The Star Tribune, The Huffington Post, Salon, Cagle News Service, Twin Cities Daily Planet, TheUptake, Vita.mn and much more. His writing on LGBT issues, the religious right and social justice has won awards including Best Beat Reporting by the Online News Association, Best Series by the Minnesota chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, and an honorable mention by the Sex-Positive Journalism awards.

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