OutFront Minnesota is looking for an Associate Director for Regional Organizing.

OutFront Minnesota’s Associate Director for Regional Organizing is responsible for leading a team of regional organizers to build powerful teams of grassroots leaders to win state and local issue campaigns and elect progressive candidates. Successful candidates will have a demonstrated commitment to and love for community organizing as a means to build power and fulfill OutFront’s mission to create a state where all lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people are free to be who they are, love who they love, and live without fear of violence, harassment or discrimination.
On a day-to-day basis this position will supervise and develop a diverse team of regional organizers, traveling regularly to provide on the ground support for Greater MN organizers. This position will report to the Organizing Director, and work closely with the Political Director and Associate Directors for Policy and Faith and the Youth Organizer.

The job posting can be found here.

OutFront is also looking for an Anti-Violence Program Crisis Services Coordinator.

The Anti-Violence Program Crisis Services Coordinator (1.0 FTE) primarily provides and oversees direct services to community members who need advocacy support regarding intimate partner violence and general crime related victimization including (but not limited to) harassment, hate/bias related issues, sexual assault and/or other types of victimization, in collaboration with other AVP staff; works to educate the community and other service providers about these issues; and, collaborates with other OutFront Minnesota staff to coordinate necessary service provision and implement systems change while also meeting individual needs.

The full posting can be found here.

The Minnesota AIDS Project is looking for an Education Assistant

Minnesota AIDS Project (www.mnaidsproject.org) seeks a part-time Education Assistant. The Education Assistant supports the TEACH program (Training, Education and Capacity-building for HIV!) . This position provides administrative and logistical support for community and professional level educational programming for the agency. The Education Assistant also assists in the delivery of community level HIV and hepatitis C education presentations for community audiences.

The full posting can be found here.

The Minnesota AIDS Project is looking for a Benefits Counselor-MNsure Project Coordinator

Minnesota AIDS Project seeks a full-time MNsure Project Coordinator to coordinate and conduct outreach and enrollment activities regarding MNsure with coalition partners. Some evenings, weekends, and travel required.

The full job posting can be found here.

The Minnesota AIDS Project is looking for a Benefits Counselor-MNsure In-Person Assistor

MAP seeks up to 4 part-time MNsure In-Person Assistors to provide intake, promotion & enrollment into health care benefits via MNsure. Flexible hours incl some evenings & weekends. Position ideal for persons on disability, students, & retirees.

The full job posting can be viewed here.

Youthlink is looking for a LGBTQ Youth Advocate

The LGBTQ Youth Advocate will champion the development and implementation of improved strategies that ensure that the Youth Opportunity Center (YOC) at YouthLink is a safe and responsive space for LGBTQ youth experiencing homelessness and seeking support and services. The position will be responsible for improvement of YouthLink’s first contact/orientation procedures, development of a public youth/adult allies group, facilitation of Out! Group activities, safe space messaging, and expansion of YOC partner services specific to the needs of LGBTQ youth. The LGBTQ Youth Advocate will represent the voice of LGBTQ youth in all programmatic and administrative aspects of direct service delivery, as well as promote awareness, acceptance and positive interactions in the drop-in center, championing, teaching, and acting as a role model of “no tolerance” strategies in the drop-in space.

The full posting can be viewed here.

PRIDE Institute is looking for a chemical dependency counselor.

Pride Institute is committed to providing gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people a road to recovery through evidence-based substance abuse, sexual health, and mental health treatment. We are the nation’s largest provider of behavioral and chemical dependency care, specific to the GLBT community.

The Chemical Dependency Counselor (PRN) is responsible for providing ongoing assessment, treatment planning, individual and group counseling sessions, individual and group education around recovery education, progress reviews, continuing care planning, written documentation and working with the multidisciplinary treatment team to facilitate client care. All services are to be provided according to CARF Behavioral Health Standards, Regulations established by Minnesota Rule 31 and the Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy.

The full posting can be viewed here.

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