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this is an unpaid (and hella fun) position




Position Description 



Founded in 1979, Frameline’s mission is to strengthen the diverse LGBT 

community and further its visibility by supporting and promoting a broad array of 

cultural representations and artistic expression in film, video and other media 

arts. Frameline’s integrated programs provide critical funding for emerging LGBT 

filmmakers, reach hundreds of thousands with a collection of more than 250 

films distributed nationally, and create an international stage for the world’s best 

queer film through the San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival and 

additional screenings and cinematic events. 



Come and work with some rocking fun folks and get great experience in media, 

social marketing and the general hoo haw and the whatnot of community activism 

at Frameline – the nations largest dedicated resource to queer media and film. 


This Communications Intern works with Frameline’s Communications Department 

to ensure that our films, events and general philosophy get out into the world in as 

many exciting ways as possible. Together you’ll create a plan to expand 

Frameline’s horizons in the social marketing landscape and help get folks excited 

and engaged about the many supercool plans Frameline has in place to help 

change the world through film. 


The work culture at Frameline is dedicated, enthusiastic, cooperative and above 

all fun. We all believe in art, film, activism and changing the world. Come and 

join the family! 


Reports to:  Communications Coordinator 

Commitment:  Mid April – July 15  

(at least 2 days per week/10-20 hours)  

Compensation: Unpaid internship 

Benefits: Excellent exposure to the communications department and 

process of a top-ranked film festival and LGBT arts 

organization. Frameline Festival staff badge, 10 regular comp 

tickets, festival t-shirt,  

Students can arrange to receive credit for their internship and 

should see their advisors or department chairs for procedures 

and requirements. 



•   Familiar with basic web 2.0 nomenclature, trends, and social networking sites 

•   Proficiency with Internet browsers, websites, and other online media 

•   English or Liberal Arts major preferred 

•   Excellent interpersonal skills 

•   Knowledge or interest in LGBT Film/Cinema 

•   Ability to work independently as well as part of a team 

•   Effective communication and organizational skills 

•   Detail-oriented and demonstrated attention to accuracy 

•   Responsive to unpredictable workflow and hours 

•   Fluency in Macintosh-based applications including MS Office and Filemaker 


•   Sense of Humor 



•  Provide administrative support to the Communications Coordinator 

•  Assist with management of social networking profiles 

•  Posting on various online groups and websites 

•  Creation of targeted e-mail campaigns 

•  Other duties as assigned 

•  Attend scheduled meetings with Film Festival staff 

•  Complete post-Film Festival written wrap report  




Please send cover letter with resume by April 15 to: 



Communications Intern Search 

145 Ninth Street, Suite 300 

San Francisco, CA 94103 

Or via e-mail: desiree@frameline.org 

Subject: Communications Intern Search 


Early applications encouraged. No phone calls, please. 



Frameline is an equal opportunity employer and is firmly committed to complying with all federal, 

state and local equal employment opportunity ("EEO") laws.  Frameline strictly prohibits 

discrimination against any employee or applicant for employment because of the individual's race, 

creed, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, 

height and weight, disability, marital status, partnership status and any other characteristic 

protected by law. 

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Hey all - this came from my old job. I liked working for these folks. Standard corporate stuff can be a drag, but Atom.com is attached to Viacom which means MTV and the best benefits in the world!

Subject: Want to work for Atom?!

Heard the news? We are moving Atom headquarters from San Francisco to Los Angeles so we can be closer to our BFFs at Comedy Central and Spike TV. So we’re looking to hire some of LA's finest (no, not the LAPD, but that isn’t to say job candidates won’t get special consideration for sporting awesome cop mustaches) for the following positions...

Sr. Web Designer
Sr. Site Producer
Sr. Editor - Producer
Associate Editor - Producer
Sr. Software Engineer
Sr. Web Developer

We're also looking for a temporary Site Editor in San Francisco for the next two months.

Interested? Get the details here:http://www.atom.com/about/jobs/

full job descriptions )

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 from a list i am on - i have no affiliation with these folks - just passing it on

Job Opening

Non-profit, lesbian-friendly sperm bank located in downtown Berkeley seeks
an experienced program manager to join our management team.  The ideal
candidate has the required skills and experience listed below and is looking
for a full-time, long-term position in an engaging and supportive work

This position requires someone who has excellent interpersonal skills, is
exceptionally detail oriented, and enjoys multi-tasking in a busy office
environment.  Must find professional satisfaction working in a fast-paced,
demanding and rewarding job, and work well in a team environment.

Primary duties for the Healthworker Program Manager include day-to-day
management of the Healthworker team (3 staff) who provide health & fertility
education, customer service & sales (mostly by phone), scheduling
appointments, invoicing sales, interviewing sperm donors, and other
administrative or healthcare duties as assigned.  The Healthworker Program
Manager is a working manager who must balance staff supervision and
training, administrative duties, and general Healthworker responsibilities.
The Healthworker Program Manager develops and maintains workflows and
protocols, is the first line of management for client complaints, and works
collaboratively with the Executive Director and other management staff to
continually improve daily operations.

Strong candidates must have the following:
.       2+ years management experience, ideally in a telephone and/or
healthcare setting, including training new staff.
.       Health education experience is required, women's health experience
and knowledge strongly preferred.
.       Excellent customer service skills.
.       Strong computer skills, including database experience. Must be
comfortable learning new programs and working with multiple programs
.       Clear verbal and written communication skills.
.       College degree required.  Master's degree in related field (such as
health education, public health, social work, or management) or nursing
degree is preferred, though significant related work experience many
substitute for advanced degree.

Applicants with experience in women's health, fertility services and/or
reproductive health are especially encouraged to apply.  Experience working
in a busy clinic or medical office or other fast-paced industry such as the
restaurant industry or sales is highly preferred.  Pay range: $25 to $32 per
hour, depending on experience plus excellent benefits.  We are an equal
opportunity employer.

To apply send a cover letter and resume to reprotec@mindspring.com

No calls or walk-ins please.


job opening

Sep. 8th, 2008 04:27 pm
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Social media marketing- Intern Job Description
Jaman.com has an opportunity available for an internship. Working within our Marketing dept, you will be responsible for making sure Jaman.com builds a significant online presence via Web 2.0 media sites, the blogosphere and message boards.
The right person will be hard working, tenacious-but-balanced and have a good sense of humor. You will have one overall goal: Bring traffic to our site.

Qualified candidates will live and breathe Web 2.0, social networking sites, blogs, news and opinion.

• Developing and cultivating leads, building a solid pipeline of compelling bloggers, securing links from other sites/blogs.
·   Assist in the development and implementation of marketing programs.
·   Candidate will assist in brand-building activities through the use of popular online communities
• Will be responsible for maintaining the presence of Jaman in social networks
• Assist in promoting films which may have a viral presence

• Computer Savvy
• Experience with online viral technology: email, blogs, wikis, etc.
• Active in at least one social network (MySpace, Facebook, etc).
• Expresses an interest in Guerilla Marketing efforts

Note: This is a part-time, paid internship.

you can email cemch at jaman dot com and I will forward your info to HR
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Editor Job Description

Jaman.com has an opportunity available for an Associate Editor with a minimum of 4-5 years of solid online journalism or online public relations/marketing experience. Working within our Editorial Dept. and reporting to the managing editor, you will be responsible for making sure Jaman.com builds our content library and a significant online presence via Web 2.0 media sites, the blogosphere and message boards.

Responsibilities include overall editorial project planning, meta data for new movies, creating editorial calendars, developing content, writing and editing website copy,  managing the copyedit processes, blogs, and social media outreach.

Besides being an excellent writer, you will need to know exactly how viral marketing and grassroots (even guerrilla) marketing/pr work. You should instantly know the pros and cons between Twitter, MySpace, etc.


•    Work within the marketing team to execute production of new movie upload process
•    Research, write and enter complete metadata for films onsite with an eye for film trivia and interest points that will engage users while delivering assigned projects on schedule while optimized for SEO
•    Generate copy for weekly newsletters describing offerings in concise but exciting detail 
•    Execute other writing / tagging assignments given by managing editor such as occasional reporting, copywriting, blog entries, forum posts.
•    Developing and cultivating leads, building a solid pipeline of compelling bloggers, securing links from other sites/blogs. Participate on other forums to generate interest and reach out to other communities online about film related topics 


•    B.A. Degree, along with editing and writing skills, the ability to develop creative and effective ideas and concepts, and a proficiency with A.P. Style, MS Word & Excel are required
•    Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
•    Strong eye for detail; Able to juggle multiple tasks, sift through priorities, and work within tight schedules
•    Experience with entertainment, SEO, online community or social networking sites
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Web Developer (Marketing) Job Description


The Web Developer at Jaman is an integral part of the team creating the best web experiences for our customers.


This key position is part of the marketing team and works on both merchandising and product marketing related initiatives to convert visitors to members help new users discover movies, and create a vibrant social community. The web developer is experienced in organizing, building, and maintaining web pages and websites.




·         Work within the marketing team to execute production for marketing promotions, including merchandising onsite promos, ad units, landing pages, partnership deals; manage the maintenance of all pages/content for marketing team

·         Provide insights and adhere to best practices on improvements to marketing promotional materials and takes pleasure in solving complex problems

·         Deliver projects on time and managing multiple projects at once

·         Work on email production, including redesign projects and improvements on  newsletters, etc

·         Innovate with team on ways to improve customer experience with the web site and for other programs such as other community and affinity websites  

·         Work jointly with product management, visual design, and developers, to transform user and business needs into product features. Gather and understand user needs, and as needed, create process flows, wireframes, and interactions.

·         Develop a thorough understanding of Jaman’s product architecture and technical capabilities

·         Create process flows, wireframes, and interactions




·         5+ years' experience in developing interactive products

·         Accomplished web development skills as well as graphic production skills

·         Strong knowledge and experience with web development: HTML, JavaScript, CSS, Flash and Ajax

·         Graphic Production Skills – working knowledge of Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, and other related graphics tools

·         Detailed knowledge of user experience best practices


·         Strong sense of image style, layout, typography and how these elements work together  

·         Ability to take creative direction and also work independently; self starter Detail-oriented, with excellent analytical and strong decision making skills

·         Able to juggle multiple tasks, sift through priorities, and work within tight schedules

·         Strong attention to detail and exceptional organization, logic and analytical skills

·         The ability to ask appropriate questions and communicate effectively with product management, designers, engineers, and end users

·         Experience with community or social networking sites


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<jaclyn.friedman@gmail.com> wrote:

If you have a moment, I'd appreciate your help. We're hiring a new Events Coordinator and we need a smart, dynamic up-and-comer for the job -- know anyone? Please take a look and forward this job on to anyone you think would be interested in the position, or anyone else who could help me find a great candidate.

Thanks for your help!

Company: Center for New Words
Job Title: Events Coordinator
Description: The Center for New Words, a nonprofit feminist organization, seeks an Events Coordinator to help market and manage our year-round schedule of live public events

This position offers stimulating contact with feminist writers, activists, and media players. It encourages creativity, independence, and dynamic collaboration with members of the Center for New Words staff.

- Experience coordinating and publicizing community events
- Experience and comfort with public speaking
- Demonstrated skills in teamwork and collaboration with colleagues and community members
- Demonstrated ability to take initiative, work self-sufficiently, and pay obsessive attention to details
- Commitment to increasing feminists’ influence via writing, media and self-expression
- Computer savvy

As Events Coordinator, you’ll work with the Program Director of Center for New Words (CNW) to produce approximately 50 live events each year. You’ll also meet with the Executive Director of CNW for general supervision and evaluation.


-Managing event logistics (booking & confirming venues, inviting speakers, event setup & management, ordering books and materials as necessary, etc.)

-Hosting events and overseeing setup and breakdown as needed.

-Planning and executing creative event marketing and community outreach, utilizing everything from the latest online social networking channels to old fashioned cold-calls, flyers, and mailings, as well as through the development and maintenance of positive relationships with community partners.

-Maintaining up-to-date-records of all events

-Assisting with the planning and execution of Women, Action & the Media, our annual Conference, including volunteer and logistics management leading up to and during the conference.

This is an ongoing part-time position, 20 hrs/week. (There is a possibility that it could at some point be combined with a half-time administrative position to create a full-time job.) Successful candidates will have flexible evening hours. Feminists of all colors, cultures, identities and preferences encouraged to apply.
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*Quilted Design Collective Seeks Full-time Web Developer*

*Job opening*
Full-time Web Developer
Available immediately

San Francisco Bay Area OR Boston

*About Quilted*
Quilted is a three-member worker-owned and cooperatively managed web design, web development, and print design company. We promote workplace democracy and little-d democratic ideals generally through designing and developing websites, print publications, and graphic identities for like-minded social-change organizations. We strive to contextualize our work within larger movements for social justice and to work collaboratively with our clients and colleagues.

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The Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism DESPERATELY seeks an administrator to run our office and manage our day to day activities: overseeing students, handling payroll, all that jazz. It's a very cool job for the right person.

We're based at Brandeis, in Waltham, MA. If you are interested, or know anyone who might be, please go to www.brandeis.edu, click on the "employment" tab, and apply! The job # is 500583, and the description is below. PLEASE PASS THIS ON FREELY.

Thank you!


Company: Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism, Brandeis University
Job Title
: Program Administrator
Description: Program Administrator
The Program Administrator will be responsible for a range of administrative tasks, and will respond to rapidly changing demands in a small high-energy office. Specific duties include such things as coordinating schedules and payroll for Institute staff and student research assistants; tracking and following up on requests to and requirements from internal Brandeis administrative functions (such as HR, payroll, or facilities); tracking budget expenditures and making sure bills are paid; ordering supplies; helping to prepare and coordinate the production and storage of Institute publications and promotional materials; tracking and administering contacts with funders and potential funders; helping to coordinate events; and otherwise assisting as new Institute requirements arise. Because this is such a small office, none of these intermittent tasks requires a great deal of time, but good organization skills are essential.

Must be flexible, reliable, very organized, attentive to detail, and willing to adapt to quickly shifting deadlines. Must be a self-starter who can both work independently and knows when to ask for direction as needed. Requires comfort and familiarity with basic software programs (MS, Outlook Express, MS Excel), office technology, and the web. Requires a willingness to learn to use new software and hardware (printers, flash drives, scanners) as needed for work products, including the website, and to interact with Tech Services to support these. (Knowledge of PowerPoint, PhotoShop, Adobe GoLive, and FilemakerPro a plus.) Must have excellent interpersonal and telephone skills. Must be attentive to correct spelling, punctuation, and other writing/publication details. Knowledge of financial principles and reporting; experience with database development and management; knowledge of basic website construction; training in Adobe GoLive; experience with hardware and software support, and information systems management. Associate's degree required. Bachelor¿s degree preferred. Three-five years of supervisory/management experience.

Please apply directly online at http://www.brandeis.edu/humanresources/jobs.php. You will choose to apply as an "External Candidate". Please use the Job ID number listed above to quickly locate the appropriate job listing. Once you have located the desired job, click Apply Now.

Brandeis University operates under an affirmative action plan and encourages minorities, women, disabled individuals, and special disabled and Vietnam-era and other eligible veterans to apply. It is the policy of the University not to discriminate against any applicant or employee on the basis of race, ancestry, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, genetic information, national origin, disability, Vietnam-era Veteran, special disabled veteran and other eligible veterans, or on the basis of any other legally protected category.


Mar. 18th, 2008 11:18 pm
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if you think you could do any of these jobs, would be interested in working for a really cool start up that is rocking my personal world, and are in the bay area - drop me a comment in the screened comments area. a better looking html is on the site at http://www.jaman.com/jobs

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if you're interested comment and i'll try to hook you up with the one doing the hire

Company: Sega of America
Job Title: Senior Web Developer
Description: To apply and see full job description, please visit: http://tbe.taleo.net/NA4/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=SEGAUSA&cws=1&rid=178

Primary Function
The Senior Web Developer's primary function is to work closely with the content and design teams to construct and maintain web pages and templates for the SEGA of America website, using Internet best practices and layouts/UI as specified by the design team. A secondary but significant function is constructing new sites for SEGA titles. The Senior Web Developer will be responsible for the code from both a presentation and function perspective (Front-end and back-end).

They will also be called on to handle/manage projects from start to finish. Other duties include helping determine long term website strategy. Individual should be a team player but also be able to work independently to set and achieve site goals.

Duties and Responsibilities
PHP/Web Programming: Program and maintain the SEGA of America corporate website based on design specifications and/or templates. Involves creation of new templates, prototyping new website functionality, utilizing database functionality and other performing other web related duties. (PHP, PERL, CGI).
Examples include:
§ coding a game page
§ building personalization features into website

Project Management: Senior Web Developer will be called upon to show great organizational ability in the form of project management, from concept to completion. This requires meeting with various stakeholders to establish goals, create specifications and execute plan utilizing salient team members.

This position will manage projects from concept to completion, as well as taking over projects handed off from the website producers.
Examples include:
§ Production of a SEGA videogame website.
§ Production and management of an online web calendar.

Work closely with members from other departments on specific projects to ensure successful completion. Make recommendations on technology and coding, based on inputs from design and content groups. Take part in meetings and contribute to overall web planning.

Programming practices: Use of proper coding style (commented). Set-up and maintenance of code repository. Thorough code testing at each stage of the production cycle. Where appropriate, create templates to streamline work process. Learn and contribute to the quality and timeliness of the proprietary build process.

Programming Knowledge: Ability to demonstrate you are current with “best practice” Internet technologies and will continue to learn new/updated methods/practices, as well as incorporate new technologies/knowledge into daily work as needed/requested.
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There's a bunch open. Mostly seasonal. Contracts usually start in March or April and run through mid July.

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this just came in via my email


Apply to be a PRX BallotVox Co-Curator
BallotVox Co-Curators will work with PRX as part of a public media collaboration to find, select, and annotate “user-generated content” from blogs, YouTube, Flickr, podcasts, and other sources. The project will focus specifically on very local citizen media relevant to Campaign 08. Selected content will be showcased on BallotVox, on public media websites, and possibly in public media programming. You can read more about what we're looking for on http://www.ballotvox.org
We're looking for people who are passionate but also discriminating about social media, fluent in “web 2.0,” and super users of tools like del.icio.us, Flickr, YouTube, and blogs. You should be a keen observer of local angles on electoral politics, Campaign ’08, candidates, and issues. You are an open-minded person who is ready to have some fun with this project. We have 4-5 part-time paid positions and 10-15 volunteer jobs available. The paid positions will require 5-8 hours per week for up to $25 per hour; paid co-curators will focus broadly on a certain region of the US. The volunteer co-curators can focus on regions, communities, specific issues, or specific candidates.
Click here for full description of this position and project: http://ballotvox.prx.org/archives/14/like-to-be-a-co-curator
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Production Assistant / Junior Copywriter (contract)


AtomFilms, a division of MTV Networks, is seeking a contract employee to write copy and assist in the promotion and publishing of content. This position is based at Atom’s downtown San Francisco offices.


  • Start Date: Monday March 10
  • Project Length: 8 weeks (may extend)
  • Hours: 20-40 hours per week



  • Write copy for publication on the Atom website
  • Schedule when and where content is promoted on the Atom website
  • Use content publishing tools to ensure that content, information and creative assets are presented on the Atom website on schedule
  • Assist in the distribution of content to Atom partners
  • Support Atom’s editor and project management team on various projects



  • 1-3 years professional experience in similar roles with Internet content and/or community websites
  • Strong copywriter / proofreader able to write concisely, crisply and – most importantly – with a strong sense of humor relative to Atom's comedic video content. (Please demonstrate via published clips/samples.)
  • Organized, hard-working, deadline-driven
  • Experience entering data using web forms and databases
  • Comfortable with Word and Excel
  • Web project management and QA experience is a plus
***they want to hire fast and it could turn permanent - fyi
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Frameline32: The San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival takes place June 19 – June 29, 2008.

We are seeking staff, volunteers and interns to work on all aspects of the Festival. Following is a list of seasonal Festival job titles. PDF job descriptions can be accessed at: http://www.frameline.org/participate/employment.aspx

Box Office Manager

Print Traffic Coordinator

Public Relations Coordinator

Travel Coordinator

Volunteer Coordinator

Frameline is an equal opportunity employer and is firmly committed to complying with all federal, state and local equal employment opportunity ("EEO") laws. Frameline strictly prohibits discrimination against any employee or applicant for employment because of the individual's race, creed, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, height and weight, disability, marital status, partnership status and any other characteristic protected by law.


Feb. 7th, 2008 09:20 am
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If you're interested in these lemme know

Open Positions:




  • Development Manager (CENTURY CITY/LA BASED)

ð Source, sign and develop original, comedy, web productions that appeal to an 18-34, male demo. Comedy & Online Media guru. 3 years relevant experience.


  • Contract Flash/Photoshop Designer

ð  Skill set: flash, photoshop, media design skills. Entry level (previous internships, college degree in media design, or 1-2 years work exp)




  • Sr. J2EE Developer/Architect

ð Architect, develop and grow the AddictingGames.com platform. J2EE architecture, AJAX, Struts; Flash, XHTML, DHTML, JavaScript, PHP, CSS a plus


  • Front End/UI Developer

ð Primarily focus on client side technologies and user facing portions of the site but also requires experience with server side technologies. JavaScript, CSS, Ajax, DOM, DHTML, XHTML, XML, XSL, XSLT and 2-3 years with a server side technology; PHP 5 and or Java a plus.


  • A&R Manager

ð Help grow AddictingGames business by establishing strategic partnerships with talented flash game developers around the world. Lead in all aspects of deal development – prospecting, sourcing, negotiating and closing game development deals.



  • Marketing Director

ð Manage consumer marketing and product marketing initiatives for our premium game products and services.



  • Delivery Analyst (Sr.)

ð Responsible for maximizing the gross profit generated by MTV Networks online media while meeting the advertiser's as well as the networks' objectives.



  • Sr. Web Designer

ð Experienced Web Designer needed to work for MTV Networks platform product development group. Must have strong web design, graphics, user experience, interface design and digital art direction background.


  • Systems Engineer

ð The Internet Systems Group supports the Production Online infrastructure for MTV Networks properties.  We are looking for a bright, proactive individual to work with our development teams to architect and build solutions for the various online properties owned by MTV Networks.  Linux, advanced scripting, MySQL, PHP.

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Company: Equality Federation
Job Title: Development Associate
Description: Job Description

Equality Federation, the national alliance of statewide lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender advocacy organizations, is hiring a Development Associate to support the planning and
implementation of the Federation’s fundraising activities and programs. Reporting to the Director of Development Programs, the Development Associate will be involved in all aspects of the Federation’s revenue-generating activities, including direct mail, efundraising, major gifts, events, grants and planned giving and will have primary responsibility for processing and tracking gifts, producing acknowledgments, entering gift information in donor
database and assuring accuracy of information in the donor database.

The Development Associate will also work with the Director of Development Programs on the planning and implementation of programmatic activities including fundraising trainings, direct assistance, plan development and other work as assigned.

This full-time position reports to the Director of Development Programs and is based in San Francisco, California.

For more information: <http://www.equalityfederation.org/pdfs/DevelopmentAssociate.pdf
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Position Announcement

(this would be the job where you help arrange airfare, lodgings, and welcome visiting filmmakers.

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Hello there!

I've had this position with AlterNet.org in an interim, half-time capacity for the last six months, and we're now looking to fill the position full time in San Francisco. Any recommendations are greatly appreciated!

Thanks for your help!

Company: AlterNet.org
Job Title: Director of Technology
Description: AlterNet.org, the Webby Award-winning national on-line magazine of news and culture with over 2 million unique visitors per month, seeks a Director of Technology to oversee the development, design and maintenance of all aspects related to the organization's website, as well as direct IT-related issues. The ideal candidate has top-notch technical project management skills, an eye for future technology and a desire to operate as the nerve center of AlterNet.

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