We strongly encourage people of color, transgender and non-binary people to apply. HRC is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes everyone, including non-LGBTQ people, to join our team.
The Senior Manager, HRC Global will be responsible for monitoring the state of LGBTQ equality around the world, developing responses to breaking news, providing support and written content for campaigns and disseminating information to key audiences. They will manage a program to support international Pride events and assist in designing and delivering training workshops to advocates around the world. This position is located in Washington, DC.
- Serve as the global team’s point person on the state of LGBTQ equality worldwide, including providing regular and ongoing country-specific analysis and assessments;
- Coordinate with HRC communications and digital media teams to respond to breaking news as well as tracking and recording HRC’s campaign actions;
- Monitor global media and other information sources and inform HRC staff about key international LGBTQ developments, including producing daily news clips;
- Produce materials that are easily consumable, including online content and reports, country summaries on LGBTQ issues, briefing documents, and memos, blogs and articles for external publication, including the team’s online quarterly newsletter, HRC Global News;
- Manage the Global Partnerships in Pride program which provides support each year to Pride events around the world;
- Assist with the Partnerships in Innovative Advocacy program by helping develop and deliver training modules for advocates worldwide;
- Convene and facilitate internal and external events on global LGBTQ issues;
- Other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent experience) with at least 3 to 5 years of engagement with the international LGBTQ or related movements;
- Excellent writer with ability to create easily consumable written products, organizational messaging and online media content;
- Experience with creating, delivering and evaluating workshops and trainings to diverse audiences;
- Experience with public speaking and organizing meetings and events;
- Ability to communicate in a clear, concise, and culturally competent manner in writing and in person;
- Ability to take the initiative, make quick and astute decisions, work efficiently and handle pressure well, manage multiple projects simultaneously and work under tight deadlines;
- Work well as part of a team;
- Proficiency in other languages a plus;
- Ability to travel, including internationally, at least 5-10% of the time;
- Understanding of LGBTQ issues and a commitment to LGBTQ equality 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.
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