Ingersoll Gender Center Job Board
Our Job Board is meant for transgender and gender diverse folks seeking employment and training opportunities in and outside of Seattle and King County. As a resource center, we frequently receive recruitment opportunities from local businesses and community partners. As we continue to provide direct service support, we want to continue to support the economic empowerment of our community by making these career opportunities readily accessible to folks who aren’t able to visit us in person.
An important note
We know that finding employment that is supportive of trans and gender nonconforming folks is a complicated and daunting process for many in our community but we’re here to help! We hope that this job board offers a starting point in your journey to finding employment
Ingersoll Gender Center's job board is for reference purposes only. Submit ALL applications to the employer directly. Ingersoll Gender Center is not liable for the quality of employment and treatment you may receive. However, we want to know about your experiences and we are here to support you.
By offering this job board, Ingersoll Gender Center in no way endorses the employer. We hope that our employer survey (when applicable) helps you make employment decisions that work for you.
Do you need more hands on support?
If you’d like more support during your employment search, we offer one-on-one coaching on topics such as resume building and cover letter writing, interview preparation, coming out at work, and much more. Reach out to our direct service staff to learn more at email@example.com.
If you’re an employer that offers employment that is supportive of trans and gender nonconforming folks and would like to post your job opening on our job board please reach out to our Economic Justice team at firstname.lastname@example.org or complete an Employer Profile here.
**Job Board postings are sorted to show the most recently added listings first**
What is a Transition plan?
A transition plan refers to transitioning guidelines employers may include for gender diverse staff in their employee manual or other human resource policies as well as policies and guidelines in place to uphold and support protections afforded to gender diverse people in the workplace.