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Dr. Sharon H. Porter Greetings Waldorf NAPW! I am Dr. Sharon H. Porter, Educator, Author, and Speaker. I am compiling my second anthology "Women Who Lead: Extraordinary Women With Extraordinary Achievements". I am in search of 20 women to serve as contributing authors. There is an informational call scheduled for Monday, July 24 8 PM ET. Please email womenwholeadanthology@gmail.com if you would like the details for the call.
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    Tammy Wright What you are missing when you don't attend the Waldorf Chapter Events. :( We would love for you to join us!
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    Eastern Region Assistant Ladies, please take advantage of this great opportunity and join NAPW President Star Jones at our Washington D.C Power Networking Event on Tue, May 2, 2017 at The City Club of Washington! “Stretch: Can Growth and Comfort Coexist?" NAPW created Power Networking for professional women who want to achieve 'the next level', whether you’re climbing the corporate ladder or an aspiring entrepreneur. NAPW speakers include founders and CEOs of fast-growing companies, icons in the business community and successful professionals. Our networking event and breakout sessions will focus on shattering self-imposed boundaries, stepping out of your ‘comfort zone’ and help you overcome your fear of change (for that next leap). Register today! Power Networking Agenda 9:30am - 10:00am General Registration Begins "Muffins and Mimosas" with Star (For VIP Members) 10:00am - 11:00am Informative and Interactive Breakout Sessions The Professionals Path The Entrepreneurs Path 11:00am - 12:30pm Power Networking Lunch 12:30pm - 1:45pm Networking Meet-Ups 1:45pm - 2:00pm VIP Member Spotlight / Giveaways 2:00pm Power Networking Event Ends The City Club of Washington 555 13th Street Northwest Columbia Square Washington, DC 20004 Please RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/napw-washington-dc-power-networking-tickets-31462958556
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    Marianne Bliss Hi Ladies it's been a pleasure being hooked up with NAPW. I just wanted everyone to know I opened a new web store called Famous Kids Characters which can be found on the Market place. If you have KIDS and your looking for brand name items of Famous Character products look no further. I sell everything below retail to help save moms money on Famous Kids Character products. Find products in these catagories: Toys, Clothing, Bath decor, Room decor, Mealtime fun, Party supplies, and many more! So step on over and check out 16,000 products from infants to senior citizens. Shop now and get a FREE GIFT at checkout. Happy Shopping. If you have any comments or suggestions feel fre to contact me at famouskidscharacters@gmail.com.
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    Tammy Wright I am looking for ladies who loves a long lasting lip color that lasts 4 - 18 hours without having to reapply it. I am looking for ladies who would love to have their own business for only $55. I am looking for nurses, doctors, PAs, and anyone in the medical field who wants to wear make-up to work without reapplying it. If you've read this far, then inbox me for more details. http://www.abcfitconnect.com/senegence
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    Joyce Spain IM Freedom Workshop:
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    Chapter President

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    Tammy Wright info@abcfitnessandspa.net

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    Events

    Aug 19
    WALDORF LOCAL CHAPTER | August 2017 Event | "How Not to Falter in the Face of Adversity"
    Sep 19
    WALDORF LOCAL CHAPTER | September 2017 Event | "Set, Measure, Evaluate, Reset, Remeasure, and Reevaluate"
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    Career Opportunities

    Junior Human Resources Generalist/Recruiter
    Position Summary:   The Human Rights Campaign is the nation’s largest civil rights organization working to achieve equality for LGBTQ people.   This position’s primary focus is recruiting/staffing in a fast-paced HR department, but will also spend a portion of the time working on administrative duties and special projects supporting the Vice President of HR and Leadership Development. HRC will be increasing our workforce by 20% over the next year and this position will help facilitate that growth. The Jr. HR Generalist/Recruiter will perform full lifecycle recruitment and much of the onboarding for assigned positions.  They will work alongside the HR Generalist and HR Assistant and provide assistance with many of their functions.      This is a full-time position (with full benefits) scheduled to end approximately November 30, 2018.   Position Responsibilities: Conducts full-cycle recruiting, which includes sourcing and recruiting for assigned open positions. Provides guidance to hiring managers through the internal and external recruitment strategy development. Assists with job postings/advertisements of assigned open positions. For assigned positions, sources candidates and screens resumes, interviews candidates, recommends finalists, extends salary offers, and negotiates with candidates. Uses applicant tracking system extensively during recruitment cycle Prepares and sends offer letter packages to new employees. Conducts reference checks and processes background checks for assigned positions. Assists with new employee onboarding. Processes and quality checks all new hire paperwork. Inputs employee data into HRIS and other systems. Reinforces company culture and works to support a positive work environment and morale among staff.   Escalates issues as needed to other members of the HR team. May conduct some new employee orientation. Maintains confidentiality and security of all employee and proprietary company information. Assists VP of HR & Leadership Development with projects and some administrative tasks. Maintains recruitment files and job descriptions. Other duties as assigned.   Position Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or equivalent in experience and two to three years of progressive Human Resources experience. Experience with an HRIS and an applicant tracking system is required. Experience with in-house recruiting required. Excellent customer service skills, strong verbal and written communication skills. Strong attention to detail is required. A demonstrated understanding of federal and local employment laws. Strong professional ethics and sensitivity in dealing with confidential information. Demonstrated ability to use tact and diplomacy when dealing with sensitive issues. Ability to analyze problems, gather pertinent data, and recommend solutions. Strong organizational skills are required to meet recurring deadlines and maintain tracking systems related to human resource and recruiting information. Ability to communicate professionally and effectively with all levels of the organization. Ability to maintain composure and good judgment when dealing with deadlines, dissatisfied employees, or fast paced environment. Proficient with MS Office Suite and Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive) PHR or SHRM-CP certification a plus but not required. Flexibility with work schedule. Some travel may be required. Knowledge of LGBTQ issues is preferred. Sincere openness to learn about administering HR services to diverse groups of employees is required.   All positions at the Human Rights Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically. Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.
    Junior Human Resources Generalist/Recruiter
    Position Summary:   The Human Rights Campaign is the nation’s largest civil rights organization working to achieve equality for LGBTQ people.   This position’s primary focus is recruiting/staffing in a fast-paced HR department, but will also spend a portion of the time working on administrative duties and special projects supporting the Vice President of HR and Leadership Development. HRC will be increasing our workforce by 20% over the next year and this position will help facilitate that growth. The Jr. HR Generalist/Recruiter will perform full lifecycle recruitment and much of the onboarding for assigned positions.  They will work alongside the HR Generalist and HR Assistant and provide assistance with many of their functions.      This is a full-time position (with full benefits) scheduled to end approximately November 30, 2018.   Position Responsibilities: Conducts full-cycle recruiting, which includes sourcing and recruiting for assigned open positions. Provides guidance to hiring managers through the internal and external recruitment strategy development. Assists with job postings/advertisements of assigned open positions. For assigned positions, sources candidates and screens resumes, interviews candidates, recommends finalists, extends salary offers, and negotiates with candidates. Uses applicant tracking system extensively during recruitment cycle Prepares and sends offer letter packages to new employees. Conducts reference checks and processes background checks for assigned positions. Assists with new employee onboarding. Processes and quality checks all new hire paperwork. Inputs employee data into HRIS and other systems. Reinforces company culture and works to support a positive work environment and morale among staff.   Escalates issues as needed to other members of the HR team. May conduct some new employee orientation. Maintains confidentiality and security of all employee and proprietary company information. Assists VP of HR & Leadership Development with projects and some administrative tasks. Maintains recruitment files and job descriptions. Other duties as assigned.   Position Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or equivalent in experience and two to three years of progressive Human Resources experience. Experience with an HRIS and an applicant tracking system is required. Experience with in-house recruiting required. Excellent customer service skills, strong verbal and written communication skills. Strong attention to detail is required. A demonstrated understanding of federal and local employment laws. Strong professional ethics and sensitivity in dealing with confidential information. Demonstrated ability to use tact and diplomacy when dealing with sensitive issues. Ability to analyze problems, gather pertinent data, and recommend solutions. Strong organizational skills are required to meet recurring deadlines and maintain tracking systems related to human resource and recruiting information. Ability to communicate professionally and effectively with all levels of the organization. Ability to maintain composure and good judgment when dealing with deadlines, dissatisfied employees, or fast paced environment. Proficient with MS Office Suite and Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive) PHR or SHRM-CP certification a plus but not required. Flexibility with work schedule. Some travel may be required. Knowledge of LGBTQ issues is preferred. Sincere openness to learn about administering HR services to diverse groups of employees is required.   All positions at the Human Rights Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically. Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.
    Volunteer Leadership & Development Organizer
    Position Summary:   The Volunteer Leadership & Development Organizer will rapidly build and expand HRC’s local, volunteer-led steering committees and army of volunteer advocates in an assigned portfolio of metropolitan areas ahead of the 2018 mid-term election for the nation’s largest civil rights organization working for LGBTQ equality. In collaboration with these teams, the Volunteer Organizer will ensure HRC’s fundraising, membership and community engagement goals established for each community are achieved.   The Volunteer Organizer’s primary role will be to identify, recruit, and cultivate/develop high-profile volunteer leaders and diverse, cohesive and productive steering and sub-committee teams (Committees) to expand long-term, organizational capacity and impact utilizing HRC’s best practices and new strategies. They will provide in-person, hands-on guidance, training and support for HRC’s volunteer leaders to generate organizational resources, cultivate relationships with the grasstops and mobilize the grassroots as formidable volunteer political organizers and fundraisers. The Volunteer Organizer will set up and execute results-oriented membership, fundraising and volunteer action events/activities while building teams in new communities and transition those responsibilities to Committees as they are being built. They will coordinate efforts with colleagues responsible for political, education and electoral volunteer programming and engagement in those communities.   In working to grow and support HRC’s existing Committees, they will work to rapidly increase the number, diversity and talent of each committees’ membership, grow the number and diversity of events/activities and ramp up leadership capabilities to achieve desired results in collaboration with colleagues. In both new and current communities, the Volunteer Organizer will identify prospective volunteers and donors, set up and hold one-on-one meetings and solicit/secure the community’s best talent for key Committee roles and donors to HRC, establishing a firm foundation for long-term success.   Reporting to the Director, Volunteer Leadership & Strategic Development, the Volunteer Organizer will be a member of HRC’s fast-paced and high-performing Development Department. As a core member of a cross-organizational state equality initiative, the Volunteer Organizer will interface, partner and collaborate both with colleagues on-the-ground and in Washington, DC, community and business leaders and volunteer leaders ensuring the short and long-term interests and needs of both HRC and its volunteers are respected and met.   HRC is hiring 3 Volunteer Organizers. These are temporary, full-time positions ending approximately November 30, 2018.  Possible extension depending on funding.   Primary Position Responsibilities:   RECRUIT VOLUNTEER LEADERS, MEMBERS & DONORS: Identify, cultivate, recruit and coach highly effective volunteer leaders, members and donors. CREATE VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCES: Create and manage meaningful, productive and rewarding experiences for HRC’s army of volunteer advocates and leaders that achieve organizational goals and desired outcomes. EXECUTE WORK PLANS: Develop, execute, monitor and adapt work plans for and with each steering committee to deliver desired organizational goals in collaboration with colleagues and local board leadership. ACHIEVE GOALS: Conduct activities to ensure organizational membership, community engagement and fundraising goals are met or exceeded. FACILITATOR AND TRAINER: Organize, facilitate and follow up on meetings and retreats and prepare and deliver engaging, highly effective in-person and on-line training, presentations and discussions on a wide variety of topics. REPRESENTATIVE: Serve as an HRC representative at HRC’s volunteer activities, meetings and events and provide positive enthusiasm for HRC’s mission and programs that result in inspiring volunteers to fundraise and advocate on behalf of HRC. DIVERSITY & INCLUSION: Impart HRC’s commitment to diversity & inclusion, engage the diversity & inclusion staff to advise on increasing individuals’ and Committees’ abilities to engage within diverse groups and effectively manage conflict. Work and relate successfully with people from diverse backgrounds to accomplish key goals and objectives of HRC. Contribute to an inclusive work environment. OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED   Position Qualifications:   Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent work experience) plus two to four years’ in volunteer and volunteer leadership engagement/management within a large, complex organization Knowledgeable about and demonstrated commitment to or interest in HRC’s mission, LGBTQ equality and volunteerism Demonstrated ability to inspire and influence individuals and teams to take desired action Proven experience in recruitment of volunteer leaders, donors and volunteers Effective team member, leader and demonstrated record of being able to work independently, including with both co-located and remote colleagues with a positive, team-spirit and can-do attitude Superior communications skills, including: interpersonal and intra/inter-group, public speaking, business and technical writing, strong aptitude to understand and communicate complex and nuanced situations and proven capability to anticipate needs and proactively include, communicate with and engage others in a team-oriented organization Proven learning and development skills using approaches best suited for adult learning Excellent customer service and proficiency with conflict management and de-escalation Experienced in organizing and managing small- and large-scale membership events Well-organized, detail-oriented, goal-driven and confirmed ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously with a positive attitude, meeting tight-deadlines in a high-pressure, fast-paced and collaborative environment quickly and accurately with a high-level of professionalism, organization and collaboration at all times Competence in fostering inclusive environments and working within diverse communities Demonstrated ability to efficiently organize, facilitate and manage meetings/retreats, adult-learning/training and membership/volunteer/fundraising events, start-to-finish, including event promotion, logistics and operations Established strong professional ethics and acumen with a demonstrated ability to handle sensitive information and maintain confidentiality Demonstrated, direct experience with personally soliciting individual financial contributions for non-profit membership and sustained donor programs Intermediate level of expertise using computers to complete work, including high-quality, professionally organized and formatted reports, analysis and presentations using Microsoft Office, Google Apps and other computer software/tools is required Prior experience using volunteer management and learning management systems, online training development tools and membership databases is highly desired This position requires a willingness, ability and flexibility to regularly work hours that vary from standard office hours), including weekends and evenings. Must be able to travel extensively, including regular, overnight, multi-day, multi-week and weekend travel (75% of time, on average). Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license Fluency in Spanish is preferred     All positions at the Human Rights Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically.  Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.
    Volunteer Leadership & Development Organizer
    Position Summary:   The Volunteer Leadership & Development Organizer will rapidly build and expand HRC’s local, volunteer-led steering committees and army of volunteer advocates in an assigned portfolio of metropolitan areas ahead of the 2018 mid-term election for the nation’s largest civil rights organization working for LGBTQ equality. In collaboration with these teams, the Volunteer Organizer will ensure HRC’s fundraising, membership and community engagement goals established for each community are achieved.   The Volunteer Organizer’s primary role will be to identify, recruit, and cultivate/develop high-profile volunteer leaders and diverse, cohesive and productive steering and sub-committee teams (Committees) to expand long-term, organizational capacity and impact utilizing HRC’s best practices and new strategies. They will provide in-person, hands-on guidance, training and support for HRC’s volunteer leaders to generate organizational resources, cultivate relationships with the grasstops and mobilize the grassroots as formidable volunteer political organizers and fundraisers. The Volunteer Organizer will set up and execute results-oriented membership, fundraising and volunteer action events/activities while building teams in new communities and transition those responsibilities to Committees as they are being built. They will coordinate efforts with colleagues responsible for political, education and electoral volunteer programming and engagement in those communities.   In working to grow and support HRC’s existing Committees, they will work to rapidly increase the number, diversity and talent of each committees’ membership, grow the number and diversity of events/activities and ramp up leadership capabilities to achieve desired results in collaboration with colleagues. In both new and current communities, the Volunteer Organizer will identify prospective volunteers and donors, set up and hold one-on-one meetings and solicit/secure the community’s best talent for key Committee roles and donors to HRC, establishing a firm foundation for long-term success.   Reporting to the Director, Volunteer Leadership & Strategic Development, the Volunteer Organizer will be a member of HRC’s fast-paced and high-performing Development Department. As a core member of a cross-organizational state equality initiative, the Volunteer Organizer will interface, partner and collaborate both with colleagues on-the-ground and in Washington, DC, community and business leaders and volunteer leaders ensuring the short and long-term interests and needs of both HRC and its volunteers are respected and met.   HRC is hiring 3 Volunteer Organizers. These are temporary, full-time positions ending approximately November 30, 2018.  Possible extension depending on funding.   Primary Position Responsibilities:   RECRUIT VOLUNTEER LEADERS, MEMBERS & DONORS: Identify, cultivate, recruit and coach highly effective volunteer leaders, members and donors. CREATE VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCES: Create and manage meaningful, productive and rewarding experiences for HRC’s army of volunteer advocates and leaders that achieve organizational goals and desired outcomes. EXECUTE WORK PLANS: Develop, execute, monitor and adapt work plans for and with each steering committee to deliver desired organizational goals in collaboration with colleagues and local board leadership. ACHIEVE GOALS: Conduct activities to ensure organizational membership, community engagement and fundraising goals are met or exceeded. FACILITATOR AND TRAINER: Organize, facilitate and follow up on meetings and retreats and prepare and deliver engaging, highly effective in-person and on-line training, presentations and discussions on a wide variety of topics. REPRESENTATIVE: Serve as an HRC representative at HRC’s volunteer activities, meetings and events and provide positive enthusiasm for HRC’s mission and programs that result in inspiring volunteers to fundraise and advocate on behalf of HRC. DIVERSITY & INCLUSION: Impart HRC’s commitment to diversity & inclusion, engage the diversity & inclusion staff to advise on increasing individuals’ and Committees’ abilities to engage within diverse groups and effectively manage conflict. Work and relate successfully with people from diverse backgrounds to accomplish key goals and objectives of HRC. Contribute to an inclusive work environment. OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED   Position Qualifications:   Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent work experience) plus two to four years’ in volunteer and volunteer leadership engagement/management within a large, complex organization Knowledgeable about and demonstrated commitment to or interest in HRC’s mission, LGBTQ equality and volunteerism Demonstrated ability to inspire and influence individuals and teams to take desired action Proven experience in recruitment of volunteer leaders, donors and volunteers Effective team member, leader and demonstrated record of being able to work independently, including with both co-located and remote colleagues with a positive, team-spirit and can-do attitude Superior communications skills, including: interpersonal and intra/inter-group, public speaking, business and technical writing, strong aptitude to understand and communicate complex and nuanced situations and proven capability to anticipate needs and proactively include, communicate with and engage others in a team-oriented organization Proven learning and development skills using approaches best suited for adult learning Excellent customer service and proficiency with conflict management and de-escalation Experienced in organizing and managing small- and large-scale membership events Well-organized, detail-oriented, goal-driven and confirmed ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously with a positive attitude, meeting tight-deadlines in a high-pressure, fast-paced and collaborative environment quickly and accurately with a high-level of professionalism, organization and collaboration at all times Competence in fostering inclusive environments and working within diverse communities Demonstrated ability to efficiently organize, facilitate and manage meetings/retreats, adult-learning/training and membership/volunteer/fundraising events, start-to-finish, including event promotion, logistics and operations Established strong professional ethics and acumen with a demonstrated ability to handle sensitive information and maintain confidentiality Demonstrated, direct experience with personally soliciting individual financial contributions for non-profit membership and sustained donor programs Intermediate level of expertise using computers to complete work, including high-quality, professionally organized and formatted reports, analysis and presentations using Microsoft Office, Google Apps and other computer software/tools is required Prior experience using volunteer management and learning management systems, online training development tools and membership databases is highly desired This position requires a willingness, ability and flexibility to regularly work hours that vary from standard office hours), including weekends and evenings. Must be able to travel extensively, including regular, overnight, multi-day, multi-week and weekend travel (75% of time, on average). Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license Fluency in Spanish is preferred     All positions at the Human Rights Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically.  Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.
    Workplace Equality Program Assistant
    Position Summary: The Workplace Equality Program Assistant reports to the Deputy Director for Employee Engagement and is responsible for supporting projects across the program including the Corporate Equality Index and employee engagement initiatives. This position requires superior customer service skills for our internal and external stakeholders, high attention to detail and the ability to manage multiple tasks/projects.   Position Responsibilities: Provide superior customer service to Workplace Program constituents including both external and internal stakeholders. Maintain and respond to inquiries and requests in the Workplace and CEI inboxes Answer and field incoming calls from switchboard concerning Workplace issues Coordinate with other HRC departments Data management & administration: Update existing database including contact maintenance Possible work with outside vendors Coordinate data pulls, analyze and report data for pertinent CEI information for advocacy and media purposes Update database and online materials for Business Coalitions and support other Workplace legislative initiatives Research and CEI support: Conduct research on LGBTQ policies and benefits amongst Fortune-ranked and other major businesses Support CEI validation process Monitor workplace-related news for policy developments focusing on ranked employers, sharing and tracking those changes in the project’s databases Content development: Maintain workplace-related posts, monthly reports and resources under the direction of the Workplace Equality Program Manager Coordinate and write content for Workplace News and blog posts Events and Logistics: Support and coordinate logistics for meetings, conferences, webinars, offsite meetings and events Coordinate logistics for annual events including: CEI 100 Awards, Out & Equal Conference, Biannual Business Advisory Council Meetings, etc. Logistics include but are not limited to mail merge communications, RSVP guest list management, catering, signage and collateral requirements Support administrative needs of Director and Deputy Director including but not limited to: Manage calendars, schedule meetings Arrange travel Manage monthly expense and credit card reports Work closely with Director and Deputy Director to manage the department’s annual budget and assist with monthly budget monitoring Assist Director and Deputy Director in preparing information for board members and meetings including compiling information for board reports, etc. Oversee Workplace materials including: Perform mail merges to various mass mailing lists mailings and liaison with mail-shop for CEI invitation mailing via certified mail Coordinate and manage the inventory of publications, ensuring publication requests are handled efficiently and appropriately File and maintain program resources on shared drive May require 10% travel. May include intern supervision. Other duties as assigned   Position Qualifications: High School diploma required, Bachelor’s degree preferred. Six months of experience working in an office preferred. Must have strong attention to accuracy and detail. Must also have strong writing skills and verbal communication skills and be able to work directly with volunteers. Should be very self-motivated and able to work independently and take initiative on new projects.  Demonstrated ability to work well under pressure, ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously and manage work under tight deadlines.  Proven computer skills a must, including Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and web-based research portals. Personal interest and commitment to LGBTQ equality.     All positions at the Human Rights Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically.  Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.
    Workplace Equality Program Assistant
    Position Summary: The Workplace Equality Program Assistant reports to the Deputy Director for Employee Engagement and is responsible for supporting projects across the program including the Corporate Equality Index and employee engagement initiatives. This position requires superior customer service skills for our internal and external stakeholders, high attention to detail and the ability to manage multiple tasks/projects.   Position Responsibilities: Provide superior customer service to Workplace Program constituents including both external and internal stakeholders. Maintain and respond to inquiries and requests in the Workplace and CEI inboxes Answer and field incoming calls from switchboard concerning Workplace issues Coordinate with other HRC departments Data management & administration: Update existing database including contact maintenance Possible work with outside vendors Coordinate data pulls, analyze and report data for pertinent CEI information for advocacy and media purposes Update database and online materials for Business Coalitions and support other Workplace legislative initiatives Research and CEI support: Conduct research on LGBTQ policies and benefits amongst Fortune-ranked and other major businesses Support CEI validation process Monitor workplace-related news for policy developments focusing on ranked employers, sharing and tracking those changes in the project’s databases Content development: Maintain workplace-related posts, monthly reports and resources under the direction of the Workplace Equality Program Manager Coordinate and write content for Workplace News and blog posts Events and Logistics: Support and coordinate logistics for meetings, conferences, webinars, offsite meetings and events Coordinate logistics for annual events including: CEI 100 Awards, Out & Equal Conference, Biannual Business Advisory Council Meetings, etc. Logistics include but are not limited to mail merge communications, RSVP guest list management, catering, signage and collateral requirements Support administrative needs of Director and Deputy Director including but not limited to: Manage calendars, schedule meetings Arrange travel Manage monthly expense and credit card reports Work closely with Director and Deputy Director to manage the department’s annual budget and assist with monthly budget monitoring Assist Director and Deputy Director in preparing information for board members and meetings including compiling information for board reports, etc. Oversee Workplace materials including: Perform mail merges to various mass mailing lists mailings and liaison with mail-shop for CEI invitation mailing via certified mail Coordinate and manage the inventory of publications, ensuring publication requests are handled efficiently and appropriately File and maintain program resources on shared drive May require 10% travel. May include intern supervision. Other duties as assigned   Position Qualifications: High School diploma required, Bachelor’s degree preferred. Six months of experience working in an office preferred. Must have strong attention to accuracy and detail. Must also have strong writing skills and verbal communication skills and be able to work directly with volunteers. Should be very self-motivated and able to work independently and take initiative on new projects.  Demonstrated ability to work well under pressure, ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously and manage work under tight deadlines.  Proven computer skills a must, including Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and web-based research portals. Personal interest and commitment to LGBTQ equality.     All positions at the Human Rights Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically.  Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.
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