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Position Title: Program Coordinator, Full-time (40 hours per week)
Program Coordinators are highly skilled youth development practitioners that play a critical role at LYRIC in areas of program planning, implementation, and evaluation. Program Coordinators facilitate the leadership development of youth, guiding program participants through a set of challenging and interesting skill-building opportunities in school-based and community-based settings. Program Coordinators develop and implement program curricula, facilitate and supervise teams of youth, conduct outreach, and coordinate community events. Program Coordinators provide capacity-building trainings to promote LGBTQQ youth inclusion across multiple systems and engage in LYRIC’s learning and evaluation efforts to enhance our understanding of best practices in serving LGBTQQ young people. For a complete job description and to apply please see the LYRIC Program Coordinator Job Description.
Position Title: Youth Advocate, Full-time (40 hours per week)
Youth Advocates (“Case Managers”) are highly skilled youth development practitioners that play a critical role at LYRIC, providing a range of intake/assessment, information & referral, and wraparound case management services on-site at the LYRIC House as well as in clinical, school, and community settings. Additionally, Youth Advocates coordinate a variety of community building/violence prevention groups for youth, case conferences between colleagues at multiple agencies, and capacity-building trainings to promote LGBTQQ youth inclusion across multiple systems. LYRIC is a founding member of the Dimensions Clinic Collaborative for LGBTQQ youth and partners with various research institutions to enhance our understanding of best practices in serving LGBTQQ young people. For a complete job description and to apply please see the LYRIC – Youth Advocate Job Description.
Positions Title: Communications Coordinator, Part-time (20 hours per week)
LYRIC is seeking an innovative, committed Communications Coordinator to support the design and implementation of LYRIC’s communications strategy. The Communications Coordinator will: (1) support the expansion of LYRIC’s communications and grassroots fundraising initiatives – aligning LYRIC’s values of social justice, learning, and leadership development with our communications and fund development practices; (2) co-create social marketing, advocacy, and other campaigns with LYRIC youth; and (3) support LYRIC’s core fund development activities. The Communications Coordinator is a support staff position that works cross-functionally with staff, youth participants, board members, and various stakeholders to further LYRIC’s mission, vision, and strategic initiatives. For a complete job description and to apply please see the LYRIC Communications Coordinator Job Description.
Position Title: Administrative Specialist, Part-time (20 hours per week)
The Administrative Specialist is a support staff position that works cross-functionally with staff, vendors, and youth to ensure that the agency’s administrative needs are met and that programs are adequately supported. This position requires a committed, detail-oriented individual with excellent organizational skills who will focus on the areas of (1) Bookkeeping, (2) Financial Management, (3) Personnel, and (4) Human Resources. This position requires a high degree of consistency (e.g., weekly check-runs completed on-time), flexibility (e.g., work hours adapt to meet deadlines of agency’s payroll schedule), and confidentiality (e.g., all personnel-related information/materials handled discreetly). For a complete job description and to apply please see the LYRIC – Administrative Specialist Job Description.
Position Title: Peer Navigator, Part-time (20 hours per week)
Peer Navigators are skilled youth development practitioners who are passionate about HIV prevention, LGBTQQ youth leadership, and health equity. With our partner, the San Francisco AIDS Foundation (SFAF), LYRIC is launching a bold new PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) initiative to ensure that highly marginalized youth who are vulnerable to HIV have access to and can remain on a daily PrEP regimen. Peer Navigators will work in the field at a variety of locations, including the Dimensions Clinic and SFAF’s Mobile Testing Unit (MTU). By conducting a range of services from community outreach and education to HIV test counseling and benefits navigation, Peer Navigators will play a central role in promoting the health and well-being of youth in our community. For a complete job description and to apply please see the LYRIC Peer Navigator Job Description.