As our commitment to larger liberation efforts, Brave Space’s priority for this hiring round is improving and expanding our services to trans/non-binary people of color (TGNB, BIPOC). We have started that effort by cultivating deep team cultural practices that support and heal past workplace oppression for TGNB staff so that we support everyone showing up fully. We have built a cohort of QTPOC clinicians, and hope to expand that cohort during this hiring round. Brave Space would also consider white candidates with strong anti-oppression experience and a proven commitment to liberation efforts, both personally and communally.
To support our BIPOC staff, Brave Space also seeks a trans/non-binary supervisor of color (TGNB, BIPOC) who can help influence mid-management level support and decision-making. This position is 4-8 hours/week, and is ideal for people with private practices or other jobs who want to re-engage in the justice work of supporting non-dominant clinicians.
Brave Space recognizes that a predominantly white organization can only go so far in practicing workplace culture that embodies non-dominance, even as we have built strong practices for centering non-dominant gender identities. We are committed to expanding our cohort of powerful colleagues who live and work from a racially non-dominant lens, who want to be a part of building a Brave Space that is life giving and sustainable at the intersections of race and gender. Brave Space is primed to co-create the next evolution of our workplace culture, and we will prove it through daily acts that our policies, practices, and values are open for revision, with the shared value of truly creating a space that sustains the health BIPOC staff and clients.
Email a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternative: Fax your cover letter/resume to Brave Space, 503-894-6020.
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Please note: Active clients of Brave Space or affiliated providers may not begin an employment relationship with Brave Space. By accepting a position with Brave Space, applicants become ineligible for clinical services during their service and after their position ends, until all chances of collegial or personal relationships that may impact the person’s counseling have been removed due to employee turnover.