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LYRIC Development and Communications Director

Full-time (40 hours per week)

The Development and Communications Director is responsible for the design and management of LYRIC’s development and communications functions, leading a team of two staff – a Development Coordinator and a Communications Associate – and consultants, under the direction of LYRIC’s Deputy Director. The director will: (1) lead LYRIC’s comprehensive fund development activities including major gifts, government and foundation support, events and grassroots fundraising; (2) lead efforts to broaden the impact of LYRIC’s communications initiatives – aligning LYRIC’s values of social justice, learning, and leadership development to our communications and fund development practices; and (3) manage data and logistics for LYRIC’s fund development and communications strategies. This position works across the organization to achieve these goals, partnering with board, staff and LYRIC’s Development and Communications Youth Working Group

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LYRIC People Operations Director

Full-time (40 hours per week)

The People Operations Director is responsible for leading and implementing LYRIC’s human resources, labor relations, general operations, professional development, and organizational diversity, culture, and equity functions. We are looking for a leader who is highly emotionally intelligent, committed to social justice, and finds joy in executing the fine details of administration and compliance. We are also eager for someone who has experience fostering productive relationships with labor partners. Leading a team of two staff – a Talent Development Manager who oversees and supports the employee lifecycle, and an Operations Specialist who oversees facilities, IT, and other operational duties – the People Operations Director will work collectively to manage staff benefits, developing and effectuating human resources and management policies, and envisioning growth for individuals and the organization.  This role will support management by providing human resources and labor relations advice, counsel, and decisions; analyzing information and applications. The People Operations Director will guide management and employee actions by researching, developing, writing, and updating policies, procedures, methods, and guidelines; communicating and enforcing organizational values; and developing a strong working relationship with LYRIC’s labor partner.

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LYRIC Program Manager, School Based Initiatives

Full-time (40 hours per week)

Program Managers are highly skilled youth development practitioners and nonprofit leaders who play a critical role at LYRIC overseeing the coordination of one or more program areas, providing direct services to youth, and supervising frontline staff. The Program Manager is responsible for working in collaboration with the entire LYRIC staff, board, and community of youth leaders, fostering alignment across strategic initiatives and organizational functions. Program Managers provide capacity building/technical experience in their areas of expertise, engage in system-level advocacy efforts, and may serve as a member of LYRIC’s leadership team.

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LYRIC Youth Advocate, SFSU Housing Navigation

Full-time (40 hours per week)

LYRIC has teamed up with San Francisco State University to offer housing navigation/case management supports to students experiencing housing insecurity. The Youth Advocate in this role will co-locate at SFSU when campus opens, and primary focus will be supporting SFSU students in addition to duties listed below.

Youth advocates offer a myriad of supports to youth in their care. They offer wraparound case management for LGBTQQ youth, they develop and facilitate community support groups for the same population; topics include gender and sexuality education, domestic violence counseling, sex work and safety, workforce development etc. One-on-one and group facilitation skills are a strong requirement. Lastly, they help support the staff that focus on curriculum and program development. LGBTQQ health, case management, and facilitation experience strongly preferred.

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Updated September 15, 2020