Job Board (Orange County)

Our organization’s job board is open for submissions from any Orange County based business who have an open position within their organization. These jobs are not connected with or within the LGBTQ Center OC (to learn of careers at the Center please click here). 

Submissions entered will be reviewed/approved before being listed below. 

Businesses who submit open positions must be LGBTQ+ affirming/accepting. If interested in our cultural and competency trainings for your own staff please visit our trainings list for our available sessions. 

For inquiries in sponsoring our job board please contact chandelle.loop@lgbtqcenteroc.org 

Job Board Submissions

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Charitable Ventures, Specialist, Foundation Services

The Specialist, Foundation Services is an exciting opportunity to support a major equity and justice focused national health foundation with operations support, ensuring that deadlines and deliverables are being met, scheduling, planning, and running meetings with internal and external partners to accomplish these deliverables, communicating frequently and regularly with the client and Charitable Ventures staff, and performing providing the client with direct consulting services in areas such as evaluation, planning, and communications. In addition, the Specialist, Foundation Services provides expert services, including planning, logistics, operations, and evaluation, for other foundation partners within our Social Impact Consulting team. Working both collaboratively and independently under minimal supervision, the Specialist, Foundation Services may also delegate and assign work to coordinators or other staff members as appropriate.

Education:

Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred and advanced degree in relevant field preferred.

Experience:

• Lived community experience with commitment to equity and justice required

• Five (5) years of experience in the nonprofit field required, with at least three (3) years of

experience working for or with philanthropic foundations

• Demonstrable skills in project management required

• At least three (3) years of experience in at least one of the following areas in a nonprofit setting: marketing and communications, evaluation, strategic planning, event planning.

• Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint required

To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to HR@charitableventuresoc.org.

Charitable Ventures, Senior Accountant, Payroll Specialist

The primary role of the Senior Accountant is to manage payroll activities for Charitable Ventures and the Sponsored Projects that include, but are not limited to: run payroll process, understand the cost allocation principles, budgets and grant compliance guidance, support of all aspects of day to day payroll activities as well as monthly and as needed reported for community projects assigned. Working closely with the Finance Manager, the Senior Accountant supports smooth financial operations and to prepare all financial components of the fiscal sponsorship platform. The Senior Accountant ensures that all income and expenses are recorded in compliance with State and Federal guidelines, laws, and regulations.

Education:

Bachelor’s degree in business, accounting or related field (can be substituted with an additional 2 years of related experience in nonprofit sector).

Experience:

Five plus years proven payroll and accounting experience, working knowledge of nonprofit compliance regulations and reporting, and grant management.

To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to HR@charitableventuresoc.org.

Charitable Ventures – Project Kinship, Chief Operating Officer/Associate Executive Director

The Chief Operating Officer/Associate Executive Director (COO/AED) provides the leadership, management and vision necessary to ensure that Project Kinship fulfills its programmatic mission in the community, exercises sound fiscal practices and achieves organizational effectiveness through operational excellence. As the COO/AED, this team member will oversee all programmatic components of the organization, support revenue development and management, establish a culture of engagement and accountability, and help the Executive Director build out the Board and other community partnerships, and establish Project Kinship as a powerful advocate for criminal justice reform. The COO/AED also partners with the Executive Director and Directors in maintaining the values and culture of the organization, elevating staff relations, and ensuring the promotion of individuals with lived experience.

Education:

Bachelor’s degree required. Preferred areas of study include: Business Management, Human Services, Nonprofit Management, Social Sciences. Master’s degree preferred.

While a License Eligible Master’s level in Social Work or Counseling is not required, understanding of clinical and/or social sector programming is preferred.

Experience:

• Command of general financial principles and ability to interpret and communicate financial reports and statements

• Extensive management and program experience with a focus on provision of social services and/or county programs

• Strong knowledge of HR best practice, including recruitment, professional development, and employee relations management

• Understanding of government and foundation contracts

• Demonstrated competence in service coordination and networking with other human service, health care providers and government agencies.

• Knowledge and experience in administration of a team effort, including team building; familiarity with referral sources; and the ability to supervise and manage both professional and paraprofessional staff.

• Knowledge of working principles of Trauma Informed Services

• Ability to work in multidisciplinary team of care including peers, consumers, and families • Experience working with and understanding boards and other governance bodies

To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to HR@charitableventuresoc.org.

Charitable Ventures, Program Specialist, Contracts

The Program Specialist, Contracts provides advisory services, program management, coordination, planning and technical support to the organization’s publicly funded sponsored projects. They will provide active contract and relationship management and maintain transparent and clear communications with sponsored project staff and public funding agencies. The Specialist will manage sponsored project contract requirements, as well as coordinate internal and external resources to drive project performance and manage risk.

As a critical component of CV’s efforts to establish a public contracts division, this position will help ensure the department is operating effectively and efficiently. This position requires the ability to understand complex financials/budget planning, contract management and general business administration. Multi-tasking, attention to detail, and a collaborative attitude are a must in this fast- paced and rewarding position.

Education:

Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Science, Public Policy, Nonprofit Management, Business or related field preferred, and/or commensurate work in the nonprofit sector. Graduate degree a plus.

Experience:

3+ years of active program management and/or contract management required, Government contract management and financial acumen a plus. Nonprofit experience preferred.

Compensation Commensurate with experience, education, and market ($26.92 to $32.69 per hour)

To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to HR@charitableventuresoc.org.

Nynes Collective, LLC,

Fulfillment / Receiving Associate

(FT & PT positions available)

***SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY*** If you are serious please email your resume in a PDF document to be considered for an interview. We are an e-commerce business in Huntington Beach, we sell Nail Polish, Nail care and some Hair care products via our websites. We have been in business for over a decade and still growing. We have been in our facility for over 2 years in HB close to Beach Blvd and Gothard. Fulfillment Associate: ● Pull items from shelves & rack areas for daily batch pull. ● Assemble, scan, and pack orders from daily batch pull to be shipped. ● Restock go back items from daily batch pull. ● Fold shipping boxes, tear bubble sheets, break down supply pallets and stock to designated rack / warehouse locations. ● Assist in cycle inventory counts during slow periods. ● Assist in stocking of received items to shelves from rack locations during slow periods. ● Maintain cleanliness and organization of the Fulfillment, warehouse and workstation areas. ● Restock low inventory items on the shelves while processing batch pull. ● Must be able to lift 30lbs and stand for long period of time. Receiving Associate: Process incoming inventory with attention to detail and priority as instructed by the Purchasing department, Receiving Lead, and Department Manager. ● Count & verify inventory with vendors when picking up and/or dropping off deliveries. ● Assist with cycle counts during slow periods. ● Maintain and stock low inventory from racks to shelves. ● Communicate with the Fulfillment department on locating missing items / products from batch pull. ● Keep racks and shelves tidy & organized. Daily trash removal from warehouse and Fulfillment department areas. ● Breakdown cardboard boxes for disposal or to be picked up by vendors. ● Relocate products as directed by the Receiving Lead and department Manager. ● Prepare, scan & verify wholesale orders for pickup or delivery ● Maintain receiving, holding and warehouse areas. ● Assist in off loading delivery trucks / trailers upon arrival ● Assist Fulfillment during downtime or busy sale periods. ● Must be able to operate forklift, straddle stacker, & hand pallet jacks. ● Must be able to stand for extended periods of time. ● Must be able to lift 30lbs and stand for long period of time. ● ***Other duties as assigned.***

To apply, please email edward.siguenza@nynescollective.com

JP Morgan Chase,

Program Manager

Project Mosaic in an innovative diversity focused Emerging Talent program focused on training, developing, and hiring Transgender and non binary individuals; we work closely with JP Morgan Chase’s PRIDE Business Resource Group and the Office of LGBT+ Affairs to connect these individuals to job opportunities within the firm. The program begins as an internship with the goal of hiring strong performers as employees at its conclusion. These opportunities are located in Los Angeles, CA and/or Columbus, OH with Consumer Bank-Branch Banking and Wealth Management.

For more information please follow the below links for information sessions:

https://lnkd.in/g76_x3QD (Consumer Bank opportunities-Los Angeles, CA)

https://lnkd.in/gbcEeXKe (Consumer Bank and Wealth Management opportunities-Columbus, OH)

Civic Influencers,

Civic Influencers Fall Fellowship Program

Civic Influencers is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and nonpartisan organization that activates young people’s civic power through organizing, advocacy, and learning. We are recruiting young people, 18-29, to be leaders and mobilize their peers to participate in upcoming elections. These remote and self-paced leadership positions are paid (each member receives a $500 grant-stipend paid in two installments and they can also complete an additional one-time data training for another $250). We’re recruiting on a rolling basis for our upcoming Fall term running August 29th to December 16th.

Apply Here