Current Job Postings

To apply for positions posted below, please send your resume along with a cover letter to us at  hr@utahpridecenter.org

We Are Hiring for a Community Programs Coordinator. Utah Pride Center is looking for an engaged, community-focused, and energetic individual to undertake a role at the Center focusing on our AMAZING Community Programs! Please email your resume & cover letter to hr@utahpridecenter.org

We Are Hiring for a Community Programs Coordinator.

 

Utah Pride Center is looking for an engaged, community-focused, and energetic individual to undertake a role at the Center focusing on our AMAZING Community Programs!

 

Please email your resume & cover letter to hr@utahpridecenter.org

 

Position Title: Youth Suicide Prevention Specialist
Location: Salt Lake City, UT
Term: Permanent 32 – 40hrs
Rate of pay: $20,000-$24,000 for 5-6-month contract without benefits
Contract: Contract position will last until June 30th, 2020
Education: Advanced degrees, training or experience in Suicide Prevention, training or community development
Reports to: Director of Youth, Family & Education

 

Job Summary

The Utah Pride Center has recently received a grant to develop a more strategic plan for LGBTQ+ Suicide Youth Prevention in the State. The Utah Pride Center is looking for a proactive, energetic, and skilled individual to undertake an exciting and challenging contract, that focuses on Suicide Prevention in Utah. The initial 6-month contract seeks to provide suicide tools, training and resources throughout Utah, starting in St. George and Logan. The Pride Center seeks a contractor who is inquisitive, innovative, strategic, solution-oriented, collaborative and inspired by the Pride Center’s mission, vision and values.

 

Responsibilities

  • Develop and manage the Utah Pride Center’s suicide prevention plans and resources
  • Connect individuals and organizations with resources such as our SOSA program, the HOPE project, etc.
  • Oversee and Manage the Youth “Survivors of Suicide Loss” call log
  • Oversee and dispatch therapists to situations where they are required through our Therapist Roster Project
  • Participate in regular meetings and task forces focused on suicide prevention in Utah
  • Travel to Logan and St. George from Salt Lake City to Develop, Implement, and Evaluate New LGBTQ+ Inclusive Support Groups for Youth and Families focused on Suicide Prevention
  • Develop and support community partnerships in Logan and St. George, Utah
  • Attend quarterly events for LGBTQ+ Families in St. George and Logan
  • Maintain and grow current partnerships with both LGBTQ+ and other community organizations
  • Develop new partnerships with a broad array of community organizations

 

Requirements

  • Strong knowledge of LGBTQIA+ communities and issues; high sense of responsibility and commitment to UPC mission
  • Demonstrated ability to work with a diverse staff in a multicultural environment
    LGBTQIA+ leadership training, internship(s) or graduate assistantship in social work or related field a plus
  • Proven ability to help manage and facilitate grant applications and reports
  • Must have own transportation and willing to travel to St. George and Logan from Salt Lake City
  • Must be trained in suicide prevention and should have previous training experience
  • Detail orientated and strong communication skills
  • Must have work experience with young children, teens, and families
  • Strongly encouraged to have mental health familiarity and training
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills and presentation skills
  • Spanish speaking a plus

 

Utah Pride Center (UPC) is a proudly queer, anti-racist, affirmative action employer. Our commitment is to provide and sustain a diverse work environment that reflects the community we serve. All employment decisions at UPC are based on professional needs, job requirements, and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, national, social or ethnic origin, sex (including pregnancy), age, physical, mental or sensory disability, HIV status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital, civil union or domestic partnership status, past or present military service, family medical history or genetic information, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations of Utah . Visit our website at www.utahpridecenter.org

Candidates for employment at Utah Pride Center should be aware that this is a unique work environment in which topics of sexuality, sexual orientation, and gender identity are an integral part of our day to day community interactions. Individuals who are uncomfortable with such topics, discussions, and the occasional related graphic representations may choose not to work at UPC.

Email resume and cover letter to hr@utahpridecenter.org Please include “Youth Suicide Prevention Specialist” in your subject line

Closing Date: Until Filled

Position TitleMental Health Therapist

Location: Salt Lake City, UT

Term: Permanent 32 – 40hrs

Rate of pay: +/- $50,000.00 per year and benefits

Education: Advanced degree and LCSW/CSW/ACMHC/CMHC

Reports to: Clinical Director of Community Counseling Services

 

Job Summary

The Utah Pride Center is looking for a proactive, energetic, and engaged therapist to be part of our Mental Health Department. The position provides individual, couple, family, and group psychotherapy, as well as walk-in, crisis, support services to LGBTQIA+ community members, families, and allies. Counseling is provided on sliding scale, and insurance coverage is accepted from several major providers, including Medicaid and Medicare. This role will also assist with clinical supervision to interns, as well as some grant development and tracking. The Pride Centerseeks a candidate who is inquisitive, innovative, strategic, solution-oriented, collaborative and inspired by the Pride Center’s mission, vision and values.      

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

Provides one-on-one, couples, family, and group psychotherapy
Responds to crisis calls, Monday-Saturday 8-6pm, and or as needed
Intervenes in all crisis situations as needed
Meticulously documents crisis interventions, clinical SOAP notes, complying with HIPAA policy and UPC guidelines. Maintains confidential documentation
Fosters community relationships to strengthen referral base and to improve LGBTQIA+ -competent network of care
Assists in the development of Mental Health focused grants and the tracking and reporting thereof
Refers clients to community affirming agencies, services and professionals as appropriate.
Establishes systems of referral and communication
Intervenes in appropriate systems as a client advocate
Includes family and friend networks of clients as requested and when appropriate
Actively participates in team meetings and communicates all pertinent information to appropriate staff
Collaborates and communicates with Youth and Family Program Director and Adult Programs Director for group and individual intakes and follow-up
Provides input, support and guidance to the development of the Mental Health Department, coordinating with the Clinical Director of Community Counseling Services
Facilitates and fills in for support group facilitators as needed
Participates in meetings as needed

Position Expectations:

Ensure the client’s right to privacy and ensure appropriate confidentiality when information about the client is released to others
Be knowledgeable about resource availability, service costs, and budgetary parameters and be fiscally responsible in carrying out all case management functions and activities
Participate in evaluative and quality assurance activities designed to monitor the appropriateness and effectiveness of both the service delivery system in which case management operates as well as the case manager’s own case management services, and to otherwise ensure full professional accountability
Treat courtesy and respect and strive to enhance interprofessional, intraprofessional, and interagency cooperation on behalf of the client
Carry a reasonable caseload that allows the case manager to effectively plan, provide, and evaluate case management tasks related to client and system interventions

Position Requirements:

Advanced degree and CSW/LCSW/ACMHC/CMHC preferred
Social work experience (affirming and validating approach)
A strong sense of and orientation towards client-centered approach
Excellent written and oral communication skills and presentation skills
Strong knowledge of LGBTQIA+ communities and issues; high sense of responsibility and commitment to UPC mission
Demonstrated commitment to social, racial, and gender justice
Expansive understanding of intersectionality, power, and privilege
Demonstrated ability to work with a diverse staff in a multicultural environment
Experience in conflict resolution, peer mediation or negotiation
Inquisitive, sense of humor, proactive, solution‐oriented, collaborative, conscientious, dependable, responsible and efficient with a positive attitude and willingness to pitch in to support other UPC initiatives as needed
Computer literacy required (Word, Excel, and Google Docs)
Flexible schedule; ability and willingness to work some nights and weekends
LGBTQIA+ leadership training, internship(s) or graduate assistantship in social work or related  field a plus
Proven ability to help manage and facilitate grant applications and reports
Spanish speaking a plus

Utah Pride Center (UPC) is a proudly queer, anti-racist, affirmative action employer. Our commitment is to provide and sustain a diverse work environment that reflects the community we serve. All employment decisions at UPC are based on professional needs, job requirements, and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, national, social or ethnic origin, sex (including pregnancy), age, physical, mental or sensory disability, HIV status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital, civil union or domestic partnership status, past or present military service, family medical history or genetic information, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations of Utah . Visit our website at www.utahpridecenter.org

Candidates for employment at Utah Pride Center should be aware that this is a unique work environment in which topics of sexuality, sexual orientation, and gender identity are an integral part of our day to day community interactions. Individuals who are uncomfortable with such topics, discussions, and the occasional related graphic representations may choose not to work at UPC.

Email resume and cover letter to hr@utahpridecenter.org

Closing Date: Until Filled

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