Careers

Special Projects Coordinator – Full Time Position
Washington, D.C. Office (remote opportunities possible)

The USHCC is searching for a full-time Special Projects Coordinator to take on multiple project-related tasks to support new and existing programs of the USHCC’s 501(c)(6) and 501(c)(3) entities to help fulfill Hispanic business priorities in access to capital, procurement contracts and capacity building.  Tasks include targeted outreach planning, managing contacts in designated markets, building new partnerships, marketing/promotion, strategy, and deadline-driven goals with metrics.  This position will use engagement tactics to disseminate resources, information, and incentive programs through our USHCC Hispanic Business Enterprise (HBE) and Hispanic Chamber network with a special focus on identifying entrepreneurs looking for new business ventures and opportunities. This position will work closely with the Programs and Communications Department and report to the Chief of Staff.

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Director of Corporate Relations

Washington, D.C. Office (remote opportunities possible)

The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is searching for a full-time Director of Corporate Relations. Reporting to the President & CEO and serving as an integral member of the senior management team, the Director of Corporate Relations will lead the USHCC’s fundraising efforts by maintaining and growing the portfolio of business members and community partners. The Director of Corporate Relations will be responsible for identifying new revenue opportunities by building and maintaining mutually beneficial relationships with major corporations, Hispanic Business Enterprises (HBEs) and chamber members through high-value programs, events, and content that align with USHCC’s mission and values, partner priorities and industry trends. The Director of Corporate Relations will also play a key role in building strong rapport with the Procurement Council Advisory Board (PCAB) and the Senior Executive Corporate Advisory Board (SECAB).

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Spring 2021 & Summer 2021 Fellowship Program

The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is currently accepting applications for the Spring and Summer of 2021 Fellowship Program (working remotely and virtually) in the following departments: Communications, Programs, Business Development, Government Affairs, and Special Events. Our Fellows complete a one-semester internship (usually while completing their university studies) and receive a paid stipend each month. To inquire about an internship, please send your resume and a brief letter of interest to careers@ushcc.com.

 

 

To inquire about future opportunities please submit your resume to careers@ushcc.com.

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