Job Opening – Wanda Alston Foundation

Wanda Alston Foundation

Employment Opportunities

We’re hiring! Join our team and be a part of the life changing work we do everyday to support LGBTQ youth in Washington D.C.   The Wanda Alston Foundation understands the value of its employees and how quality work translates into improved services for the LGBTQ youth we serve. For these reasons, the Wanda Alston Foundation offers competitive compensation and benefits packages to its employees as well as ongoing training and career growth opportunities.

Please contact hr@wandaalstonfoundation.org with any questions.

Currently Hiring:.

Case Manager

The Case Manager provides youth-centered, trauma-informed case management services for eight to twelve LGBTQ+ individuals ages 18 to 24 who live in The Wanda Alston Foundation’s extended transitional living program. The Case Manager relies on clinical skills to develop and track individual service and treatment plans for each client. The case manager addresses client needs such as connecting youth with medical and mental health services, accessing public benefits and community resources, developing budgeting skills, and connecting youth with permanent and stable housing. The Case Manager works with house monitors who staff the facility on a 24/7 basis to implement programming and assist clients in meeting their treatment plan goals. The Case Manager reports to the Operations Director.
Mater’s preferred but not required
COVID Vaccine required***
Starting salary – $45,000

If you are or know anyone interested, they can reach out for more information and/or email their resumes directly to the HR Manager – jcorr@wandaalstonfoundation.org
Apply today by clicking here.

Job Opening – Lutheran Church of the Reformation Washington, DC

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Open Positions

Lutheran Church of the Reformation

Washington, DC

Applications due: September 15, 2021

Preferred Start Date: Immediate and negotiable

Director of Operations (reposting)

Lutheran Church of the Reformation seeks a creative leader and effective manager to serve as director of operations to help us worship God, serve our neighbors, and care for creation. The director of operations manages the facilities, office, and financial ministries. The director of operations supervises and collaborates with a great variety of people, communicates effectively with compassion, and manages projects with technical savvy.  This is a full-time position (Monday-Friday) performed in the congregation office. The starting salary range is $55,000-60,000. Also included are health benefits, 6% retirement contributions, and three weeks of vacation in addition to a Christmas and New Years holiday week.

Administrative Assistant 

Lutheran Church of the Reformation seeks a part-time administrative assistant to advance God’s mission and ministry. The administrative assistant prepares and publishes the weekly worship booklet, provides front office and clerical support, and assists with the Food Pantry distribution. This position facilitates a healthy, effective flow of information within the congregation and with its partners. This is a 32-hour/week position (Monday-Thursday) performed in the congregation office. The hourly starting wage is $20. Also included are health benefits, 6% retirement contributions, and three weeks of vacation in addition to a Christmas and New Years holiday week.

Visit the website www.ReformationDC.org/apply to learn about the congregation and see complete job descriptions, including compensation and benefits. Generous and competitive compensation package includes health, dental, and retirement benefits. To apply, send a cover letter and resume to the Rev. Michael D. Wilker at apply@ReformationDC.org.

Lutheran Church of the Reformation is a dynamic spiritual community located in Washington, DC’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. Reformation enjoys an active, diverse, and engaged congregation of 170 households. The Holy Spirit inspires and provokes us to keep reforming church and society. Since 1987, Reformation has welcomed and affirmed LGBTQ+ persons and their families. We work for racial equity and economic justice within our community and nation. The congregation has a large facility comprised of the sanctuary building, education building, and three row houses. We maintain several long-term space use agreements with approximately ten equally diverse, independent organizations that serve children and adults, including Hill Havurah, the Jewish community on Capitol Hill. Reformation also hosts many groups for other religious, cultural, and advocacy events.