Associate of People & Organizational Culture - Transgender Law Center (remote - any city/state)
compensation: $23.08 - $28.85/hour depending on experience and location employment type: part-time non-profit organization telecommuting ok
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TRANSGENDER LAW CENTER
Associate of People and Organizational Culture
Location: Remote (any city/state)
Reports to: Director of People and Organizational Culture
Status: Half-time, non-exempt hourly
Salary: $23.08 - $28.85/hour depending on experience and location
Transgender Law Center (TLC) is the largest national trans-led organization advocating self-determination for all people. Grounded in legal expertise and committed to racial justice, TLC employs a variety of community-driven strategies to keep transgender and gender nonconforming people alive, thriving, and fighting for liberation. (www.transgenderlawcenter.org)
This is an opportunity to help shape the next phase of impact of a dynamic organization whose budget and staff have more than doubled in recent years, and whose programs continue to grow in complexity, scale, and reach. This position will assist the Director of People and Organizational Culture (DPOC) in leading TLC in building out the strategy, infrastructure, culture and systems to accommodate recent and anticipated expansion and TLC’s continued commitment to racial equity and centering strategies to address anti-blackness. This position will assist the DPOC in leading investment in our people, practice and culture as we grow and evolve; ensure effective organization-wide planning, decision-making, and change management processes; support organizational growth planning and capacity building.
KEY AREAS OF FOCUS Priorities may shift over time, but will include:
Supporting investment in our people, practice and culture as we grow and evolve.
This position will assist the DPOC in:
* Working to build and deepen TLC’s commitment to center racial and economic justice and specifically to address anti-blackness within TLC’s organizational culture, structures and systems. This work uses an inter-sectional lens including but not limited to gender, age, TGNC, LGBT and disability justice.
* Working to build a healing justice framework, analysis and culture within TLC’s organizational culture, structures and systems.
* Working with other staff to create a culture of continuous learning both in person and digitally - identify and address staff training needs; design retreats, training, and practices that facilitate alignment, learning, experimentation, and celebration of accomplishments across the organization and promote and develop internal staff leadership.
* Assisting Operations and Human Resource staff to ensure that recruitment, hiring, on-boarding, retention practices; performance evaluations; professional development; training and guidance for supervisors are in line with TLC’s vision and values.
Supporting effective organization-wide planning, decision-making, and change management processes.
This position will assist the DPOC in:
* Our annual organization-wide planning processes that effectively integrate various programs into an overall plan; and monitor and evaluate our progress against our strategic plan.
* Ensuring strong communication lines and practices, and facilitate cross-team planning and collaboration including comfort with emerging digital practices to accommodate for shifting organizational culture and workplace practices.
* Building processes that help TLC adapt to growth and change and enable staff to evaluate program opportunities and requests against alignment with vision, values, and resources.
QUALIFICATIONS AND QUALITIES OF OUR IDEAL CANDIDATE We intend to bring on a candidate with as many of the following qualifications and qualities as possible:
* Direct experience in social justice, organizing, and/or movement building organizations. experience with racial justice centering anti-blackness, inter-sectional analysis, TGNC, youth organizing, immigrant rights, disability justice, and/or LGBT movements.
* Demonstrated understanding of racial justice and addressing anti-blackness within an organization and externally.
* Experience working with TGNC communities.
* Experience with harm reduction strategies and trauma informed practices.
* Optimistic and resourceful, with strong self-awareness, cultural competence, emotional intelligence, and humility; grounded and flexible with a high degree of integrity and transparency.
* Strong strategic thinking and analytical and problem-solving skills.
* Training, facilitation, and curriculum development experience particularly in supervision and management skills.
* Strong attention to detail
* Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills.
* Ability to adapt as needed, self-manage, and prioritize between and manage multiple demands.
* An earned reputation for being trustworthy, with excellent judgment and discretion.
* Kindness and strengths-based leadership: someone who sees value in every person and communicates respect and encouragement to people at all levels; a passionate investment in the well-being and success of staff and organizational partners.
SALARY AND BENEFITS
Depends on candidate’s experience and skills, as well as location of residence. Benefits include comprehensive health (medical, dental, vision and FSA), matched retirement savings, three weeks’ vacation, sick and family leave, and sabbatical program.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Please submit your application online here. We cannot respond to telephone or email inquiries.
Transgender Law Center is proud to be an affirmative action employer. Black people, folks of color, migrants, women, femmes, persons with disabilities, formerly detained or incarcerated people, and persons who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, nonbinary or intersex are particularly urged to apply.
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