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About Our Workplace:
We’re on a mission to amplify the voices of people impacted by homelessness through music and the arts. We’ve taken our music and mission to San Diego’s most prestigious stages, even to America’s Got Talent. At Voices, we believe that diverse perspectives guide our organization and mission, fuel creativity, and create opportunity for growth. We are dedicated to fostering a work environment that promotes equal opportunities for leadership development across the entire team. We are passionate about empowering historically underrepresented colleagues—people of color, women, and the LGBTQ+ community—by coaching, mentoring, and supporting them to reach their highest possible success and achieve their greatest potential. Voices of Our City is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Voices of Our City Choir is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome a team that brings diversity of background, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, ability, language, religion, veteran status, age, experiences, and viewpoints. Voices of Our City Choir employs without regard to race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, physical or mental ability, veteran status, military obligations, marital status, or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law.
We will only consider candidates who provide a resume and answer the below questions:
1. Why do you want to join the Voices of Our City?
2. What excites you about this role?
3. Where are you located?
About Voices of Our City Choir: The internationally recognized performance ensemble Voices of Our City Choir reconnects San Diego’s unsheltered neighbors with hope and housing through the healing power of music, individualized care, and advocacy. All of this work re-centers BIPOC, Veteran, and LGBTQ+ voices. We provide recovery-centered community and connection over meals and music workshops. Voices’ national recognition for our unique human services model addressing the homeless epidemic includes: the PBS documentary “The Homeless Chorus Speaks”, 2020 America’s Got Talent’s Golden Buzzer Winner for Original Song “Sounds of the Sidewalk”, as well as excellence awards from Mayor Todd Gloria, the San Diego Psychological Association, and the National Conflict Resolution Center’s 2022 Peacemaker Award.