California Latinas for Reproductive Justice (CLRJ) is a statewide organization committed to honoring the experiences of Latinas/es to uphold our dignity, our bodies, sexuality, and families. We build Latinas’/es’ power and cultivate leadership through community education and organizing, policy advocacy, and community-informed research. We believe that grassroots organizing, and base building are keys to effective and powerful policy advocacy work and transformative systems change.
Since its founding in 2004, CLRJ has emerged as an important state-level actor and has a growing profile on the national level. CLRJ is the leading California-based Latina/e Reproductive Justice organization and is the only statewide advocacy organization whose mission focuses specifically on promoting Latinas’/es’ Reproductive Justice through policy advocacy, community engagement, alliance-building, leadership development, long-term culture shift and community-informed research. At the national level, CLRJ also serves as a recognized leader in promoting a vibrant Reproductive Justice Movement on behalf of the most underserved Latinas/es, low-income women of color, immigrant women and their communities.
The central role of the Human Resources Manager (HRM) is to monitor and guide CLRJ’s Human Resources (HR) operations. The HRM will focus on serving the needs, concerns and objectives of both managers and our employees through building effective partnerships and by creating trust and mutual respect. They will lead the administration and implementation of HR policies, programs and practices throughout the organization. The HRM will also be responsible for leading the organizational wellness and professional development components of the organization. The HRM will be part of the team that ensures compliance with federal and state policies and regulations for non-profit organizations.
All CLRJ employees are expected to fully support the organization’s mission in their work. Any positions or work that runs counter to LGBTQ rights or Reproductive Justice – including the right to access abortion and contraception, are likely to create a conflict of interest disqualifying an employee from working at CLRJ. All employees regardless of their position are required to support with staffing events, public speaking or disseminating information about women’s right to access legal and safe abortion care and contraception, as assigned. It is also required that all employees use messaging that is developed by CLRJ’s Communications Team and that it is factual, evidence-based, and free of judgment or discrimination when talking about all Reproductive Justice issues, including LGBTQ rights, and the right to access abortion or contraception when working or otherwise representing CLRJ.
Interviews will be scheduled on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
CLRJ is an equal opportunity employer. People of color, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender people and those with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
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