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All Alameda Island Kids staff must be mentally stable, interested in and knowledgeable about school-age children and possess strong interpersonal and relationship skills.

JOB TITLE: Site Director—Alameda Island Kids

ACCOUNTABLITY: Program Director

JOB DEFINITION: The Alameda Island Kids Site Director is responsible for overseeing all aspects of their school site program.

 

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:

Organizational Mission

Our mission is to inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold through innovative

programs, activities, and advocacy and to provide before and afterschool child

care services supporting youth and their families through Alameda Island Kids.

*Reflects the mission of Girls Inc. in carrying out all aspects of the job: strong, smart

and bold.

*Implements all policies and procedures of Girls Inc. of the Island City and

communicates them to staff, parents and children.

Supervision/Activities

*Supervises all staff at the site

*Supervises up to 14 children during program activities and 6 children on field trips.

*Creates and follows emergency procedures.

*Creates and maintains a safe, nurturing environment for children and staff.

*Maintains necessary children’s files and staff licensing files on site.

*Plans and implements an age and developmentally appropriate program.

*Attends mandatory Girls Inc./AIK all staff meetings as scheduled.

*Plans and chairs monthly site staff meetings.

*Attends and participates in monthly Site Directors’ meetings.

*Plans and participates in set-up, clean-up and decoration of site.

Public Relations

*Creates and maintains positive relationships with parents, children, school site

staff and Girls Inc. administration.

*Consults with parents and school site staff.

*Assists children to resolve conflicts.

Financial

*Collects and receipts all appropriate fees and forwards to office in a timely manner.

*Purchases supplies for snacks and program and re-caps expenses.

Personnel

*Participates in interviewing and discharging Teachers and Teacher’s Assistants, when

Requested by Program Director.

*Completes time record and collects and approves program staff time records and

forwards to Program Director.

*Approves program staff leave requests and assigns on-call substitutes to cover site.

*Evaluates all site staff.

*Counsels and disciplines site staff, with assistance from Program Director when

necessary.

*Participates in recruiting needed staff and volunteers.

Performs other duties, as assigned by Program Director and/or Executive Director.

QUALIFICATIONS:

*Must be 18 years or older

*Minimum 12 units, Early Childhood Education or acceptable alternatives plus 3 units Administration or Supervision (as described in Section 101315 CA Health and Safety Code—Title XXII).

*Experience appropriate to educational and experience levels (as described in Section 101315 CA Health and Safety Code—Title XXII.

*(Prefer) BA/BS in child Development, Human Development, Recreation or Education.

*Current Infant/Child CPR certificate, Infectious Disease and Staff Health, and First Aid and Injury Prevention.

*Upon hire, employee must also provide/complete the following:


  • Mandated Reporting Training on-line AB 1207 Certificate

  • Immunization Records for: TDAP, TB, MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) and Influenza (flu shot optional-can decline with written waiver in file)

Hours of Work: 


  • Exempt, full-time salaried position with benefits.

  • AM/PM schedule based on hours of operation at each school.

  • Site Directors work full-time during the school year, and have the option to take time off for 11 weeks during the summer or the option to work during the summer at Girls Inc. summer camps.


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Job Title: Infant/Toddler Teacher

Organization: International Child Resource Institute (ICRI)

Location: Stanford University Stock Farm Road Children's Center, Stanford, CA

Salary: Competitive pay rate plus $250 Sign-on Bonus after 3 months of employment!

Job type: Full-time

“We are a community of thousands of children, families, community leaders, great thinkers, innovative doers, program experts, and those with the heart, soul, and commitment to make change for children and families every day.”

About Us: International Child Resource Institute (ICRI) is a leading international early childhood education, health, and development organization that provides award-winning locally-initiated preschool and infant/toddler Emergent Curriculum programs in over fifty countries from Ghana to Malaysia and partners with UNICEF, World Health Organization, and many other leading organizations. Founded in 1981, our early education programs are based on child-directed, Reggio-inspired, developmentally appropriate practices. We seek full-time Infant/Toddler Teachers who embrace the opportunity to make a lasting difference in children’s lives. Our three centers on the Stanford campus (Madera, Arboretum, and Stock Farm) offer growth opportunities, competitive pay, a positive team culture and excellent benefits, including tuition reimbursement, paid training and partnerships with leading early childhood educators. ICRI envisions a world in which all children are able to fulfill their greatest potential.

The Opportunity: As a full-time Infant/Toddler Teacher on the Stanford University campus you are responsible for nurturing each child’s creativity and curiosity on the path of growth and early learning. Responsibilities include implementing curriculum, providing instruction and supervision, communicating with parents and team members, and creating a healthy and safe environment for all students and staff. All ICRI teachers and staff are held to our high standards regarding communication, curriculum, professionalism, and safety.

Key Responsibilities:


  • Plan and implement activities with your co-teacher team for the classroom.

  • Create an environment in which each child has a chance to grow and thrive.

  • Provide a balance between child-initiated and teacher-informed activities.

  • Actively engage with children to support social and emotional development.

  • Implement hands-on activities that develop positive self-esteem and social skills.

  • Promote positive guidance techniques.

  • Provide a variety of creative and expressive activities.

  • Manage classroom through positive redirection, problem-solving, and active listening.

  • Follow routines that have been established to ensure smooth transitions.

  • Communicate with children at their developmental level.

  • Answer questions while children engage in their explorations.

  • Lead small groups and prepare learning activities.

  • Use a variety of methods (songs, art, outdoor activities) to motivate abilities.

  • Display inclusive practices to accommodate children with special needs.

  • Utilize classroom materials and routines to promote an environment conducive to age-appropriate levels of development, interests, and special needs of the children.

  • Assist in documentation of student work; such as portfolios, and wall displays.

  • Maintain an open line of communication with parents and provide appropriate information (after speaking with your team), and share relevant information from parents with the team.

Qualifications:


  • Minimum of 12 Early Childhood Education units, including 3 units in Infant/Toddler Development (required)

  • 1+ year Infant/Toddler Education Experience (preferred)

  • Knowledge of early childhood education and child development

  • Knowledge and experience with emergent curriculum - a plus

  • Experience working with infants, toddlers, and preschool-aged children

  • Commitment to promoting the mission and values of ICRI

  • A positive attitude, flexibility, and enthusiasm for education and learning

  • Strong verbal and written communications skills

  • US Work Authorization and excellent references

  • Submission of TB clearance and background check

  • CPR and First Aid Certification or willingness to obtain

  • Must be able to work from 9:30 am - 6:30 pm

Working at ICRI: Our team is here to support you learn and grow as an educator. We provide all teachers and staff with a positive environment that rewards excellence, promotes learning, and offers great benefits, including:


  • A comprehensive benefits package including health insurance

  • Competitive pay with opportunities for raises

  • Commuter reimbursement (up to $300/year)

  • Opportunity to participate in a 403(b) retirement program, with a matching plan

  • Paid professional development days (4 days/years of small group courses)

  • Tuition reimbursement up to $2,500 annually to support ongoing learning.

How to Apply: Are you ready to make a difference in the lives of children and join an amazing team? Contact us today to find out how we can help you grow your career in early childhood education and how you can inspire the next generation. 


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About Canine Comprehensive:


  • We are an expanding small local business offering pet care services in Oakland and Berkeley. 


  • Check us out (You can meet our team here too!)

  • Canine Comprehensive was voted Best Dog Walker in 2017 by Oakland Magazine and amongst top female business owner to work for in 2018 by Localwise 

  • We are searching for folks with a zeal for life and a love of the outdoors to commit to our team. 

About you:


  • You have a reliable vehicle that can hold up to six dogs (hatchbacks, SUVs, trucks w/ shells). 

  • You are available to work during some holidays and times when everyone likes to travel. 

  • You enjoy working outside and are available roughly 9 am-3 pm, M-F. (Current schedule we have is Tue/ Th/ Fri but that can be flexible)

  • You love dogs! 

  • You are available to stay at client’s homes while they travel--you choose which jobs you'd like. (This is a great opportunity for people who work remotely to get some quiet time away from home and make extra cash.) 

  • You can commit for a minimum of 1 year.  

  • You love being outdoors.

  • You enjoy working solo, yet have a knack for customer service.

  • You are very reliable. 

About the position:


  • Pack walks are on-leash neighborhood walks.

  • You will walk 3-6 dogs per walk (the more dogs you walk, the more money you make).

  • The current position is for 3 days/week, but there is potential to grow this to a 5-day/week position. 

Perks:


  • Tax write-offs! You can write-off your outdoor clothing, mileage, car repairs, and your lunch!

  • We have extensive and ongoing training, including advanced dog training techniques!

  • Build personal relationships with your clients and their dogs.  (The longer you work the more clients you take on.)

  • Paid training

  • Higher pay for pet sitting during the holidays

  • Holiday Bonuses, Team parties, and a discount program at Pet Food Express

  • This is a 1099 independent contractor position.


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Community Support Network, CSN is a nonprofit agency that helps individuals with behavioral health challenges realize their potential by providing hope, wellness, and high quality supportive housing.

This is an opportunity to join our team of people Making a Difference!

We are hiring for several shifts and sites: Full time, Part time, and Relief Day shifts

As a counselor your responsibilities will include:the following:


  •  provide for the special needs of program participants. 

  • Implement evidence-based practices that teach positive coping skills to adults with severe mental health challenges. 

  • Provide crisis prevention and intervention. 

  • Provide progress notes for all clients and Special Incident reports. 

  • Monitor and document program participants accessing of medications. 

  • Give accurate, complete and timely reporting of program and clients to staff as they begin their shift. 

  • Attend and participate in clinical case reviews, staff meetings, and monthly CSN in-service training's. 

  • Assist Program Manager in maintaining a clean, comfortable and safe facility. 

  • On-Call Counselors may be able to move into regular counselor positions when there are openings.

Extensive 'On the Job' training provided with our programs and a Generous Benefit package for Regular staff.

Experience Preferred but will train. Proof of High School diploma or GED required. Must be able to pass Finger Print/Background check,(no DUI's) and Health Screening. Must have reliable transportation.

Compensation: Regular Full or Part time range from $13.50 to $14.50 Day-shift or Overnight, depending on experience and education.  . On-Call Relief $13.00 per hour.

Send resume to Community Support Network, 1410 Guerneville Rd., Suite 14, Santa Rosa, CA 95403, Attn: Jean Clifford, Human Resources; or respond to this ad or fax to 707-573-6968.

CSN is an equal opportunity employer.


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AGENCY OVERVIEW: Lutheran Social Services of Northern California is a Non-Profit agency providing services in supportive housing and money management.

MISSION STATEMENT: Lutheran Social Services of Northern California’ mission is to promote stability and honor the dignity of those we serve by providing supportive housing services that lead to self-sufficiency.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW: LSS youth programs provide up to two years of rapid transitional housing and case management for homeless youth between the ages of 18 and 24. Many are in recovery from drug and/or alcohol addictions, have mental health diagnoses, or are dually diagnosed. Many have experienced domestic violence, abandonment, or abuse. Case management services assist in achieving and maintaining stability as well as self-improvement and self-sufficiency.

QUALIFICATIONS:

 Maintain a strength-based perspective.

 Provide diverse services to diverse people.

 Treat others with respect and courtesy, striving for open and honest working relationships.

 Maintain high ethical standards when dealing with others.

 Demonstrate good judgment and common sense.

 BA or BS degree from an accredited college or university, preferably with a major in a behavioral

science, and/or 2-3 years experience in the human services field.

 Ability to work with low-income youth from diverse social and ethnic backgrounds who have a

history of homelessness.

 Professional experience working with clients who have AOD dependencies, mental health disabilities, domestic violence histories, issues with abandonment, and abuse.

 Ability to access community-based services and to collaborate with other service providers.

 Good writing and analytical skills.

 Strong organizational skills.

 Ability to work independently, make effective decisions and utilize supervision as needed.

 Ability to work collaboratively in a team setting.

 Ability to multi-task and set priorities.

 Has a clean driving record, licensed and registered car, and proof of insurance.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactory. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or ability required.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

 Provide case management to youth who are homelessness and now reside in transitional housing.

 Support the development of client-focused treatment plan

 Provide initial and ongoing client assessment.

 Provide crisis intervention, referrals, and collaborative consult with any service providers working

with client.

 Work with clients to establish case plans that address critical needs such as mental health and AOD

treatment, education, employment, budgeting and parenting skills.

 Assist clients in attaining all eligible benefits (SSI, SSDI, Cal Works, MediCal)

 Maintain up-to-date, accurate written case files for each client, including case notes, treatment plans, quarterly summaries and other program reports and assessments, as well as other record keeping as required by the agency.

 Attend housing services staff meetings and program meetings.

 Serve as a role model to guiding clients and facilitating appropriate behavior regarding daily living

skills, self-care, personal interaction, social relationships and constructive time management.

 Other duties as assigned by the Program Manager.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential function of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee frequently is required to use hands to hold objects, writing instruments, or files; and talk and hear.

The employee is frequently required to stand, walk, sit, and reach with hands and arms, to use a computer and smell. The employee must be able to climb stairs. The employee must occasionally lift/or move up to 10 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include ability to read, close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. This position requires the ability to see, review and share the organizations secure electronic and physical files with other program staff; the incumbent will also have access to the organization’s and other highly confidential information. Because of this, the employee must have the ability to perform the job at the location of the assigned program or field office(s).

The employee frequently will be required to travel to locations within the regional areas of LSS. The employee may on occasion transport clients and help the client (physically and emotionally) navigate government, education, health care and other social service systems. This may require standing in lines, walking up and down stairs and driving and transporting clients to multiple destinations on any given day. and will conduct case management visits within client’s homes as required.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. While performing the duties of the job, the employee may occasionally work outside in weather conditions and is exposed to vibration while driving a car.

Lutheran Social Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer


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Advanced ABA is looking for highly motivated and dedicated Behavior Technicians to provide in-home ad center-based Applied Behavior Analytic (ABA) therapy to children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. We offer initial solid and professional training and the chance to work in a highly rewarding and growing field. If you are an energetic, dedicated, and creative professional who has an excellent ability to engage children, this is an excellent opportunity! Work is throughout the Santa Clara County.

Basic Responsibilities/Requirements:


  • Provides 1:1 individualized behavior therapy in child’s home, community settings, or our center;

  • Completes necessary daily data collection;

  • Includes parents/caregivers in sessions to promote generalization and involvement;

  • Attends staff and/or team meetings as requested;

  • Communicates effectively with all team members;

  • Lifts up to 50 pounds, run, squat, sit on the floor, etc.;

  • Has reliable transportation and travel to multiple work sites;

  • Provides proof of valid driver license and current auto insurance;

  • Passes background/fingerprint clearance through DOJ and FBI;

  • Provides/obtains proof of negative TB, and MMR and Varicella vaccinations;

  • Completes CPR training (provided by the company)

Qualifications/Skills:


  • Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) credential (provided by the company),

  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university, preferably in psychology, early childhood education/development, or related field (preferred), OR, the equivalent of 2 years of college coursework at an accredited college or university,

  • One or more years of related experience with children with autism spectrum disorders and/or other related developmental disabilities (preferred)

  • Works with children on the floor or at small tables

  • Demonstrates good judgment, decision-making, and communication skills

  • Exercises discretion and maintains confidentiality

  • Communicates effectively, verbally and in writing, bilingual is a plus

Benefits:


  • Pay $17-$25/hour

  • Paid drive time

  • Mileage reimbursement

  • Master’s/BCBA program fee reimbursement offered

  • BCBA and BCaBA supervision hours provided

  • FT: Paid time off (PTO), Paid Holidays, Health Care (including Dental), and 401K (with generous match)

  • Flexible work schedule

Current openings:

Part-time positions available Mon-Fri 2pm-8pm and Sat 9am-2pm in the Santa Clara County.

www.advancedaba.org 


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The Noe Valley Bakery is seeking a general manager for its friendly neighborhood bakeries and cafes in San Francisco. For the past 25 years, we’ve prided ourselves on not only baking great artisan products but also learning our customer’s names and striking up conversations along the way. 

We are searching for an experienced restaurant/coffeehouse manager to join our team and contribute to our culture! This is a great opportunity for a food professional to work in a friendly and well-established business with GREAT HOURS! This is a position for someone looking for a career, not just a job. It’s important that you come in wanting to grow and bring positive energy and focus to your work. We have an established managerial team that participates in a bonus program and works together in our fast-growing company.

Qualifications:


  • Hard Working attitude

  • Friendly personality with a big smile

  • Great floor manager

  • Great team builder

  • Ability to multitask in a busy environment

  • A “morning person”

  • Willingness to work holidays and weekends

Compensation package includes 100% paid health, dental and vision insurance, PTO and bonus based on performance; and there’s plenty of opportunity for advancement.


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Saint Joseph Notre Dame High School is a co-educational, Catholic parish high school located in the heart of residential Alameda, just minutes from downtown Oakland. SJND offers academic excellence and moral development to its diverse and talented 470 students. The 65 staff members are dedicated to the development of confident, open-minded, generous leaders who are ready to live joyful lives of faith, scholarship and service. The school educates future leaders in a supportive and challenging environment.

We are currently seeking a part-time Spanish teacher to teach one section of Spanish 2 and two sections of Spanish 3 for the 2020-2021 school year. The position begins August 1, 2020.  

Minimum qualifications for this position include a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field and a California Single Subject Teaching Credential with a Spanish endorsement. Successful high school teaching experience is required and a Master’s Degree in a related field is preferred. Candidates must be able to teach all levels of Spanish.

The candidate will be responsible for working with other members of the Language Other than English (LOTE) Department to implement curriculum. Candidates must be willing to teach according to Roman Catholic Church doctrine and values. 

Salary is commensurate with experience, graduate education and credentials, according to the school's established salary schedule for teachers. This position offers full benefits including medical, dental, and visual health benefits as well as pension and retirement plans. 

Please submit a resume, cover letter, statement of educational philosophy and three professional references by email to Jessica Park, Assistant Principal of Academics, at . Find out more about our school at www.sjnd.org. We are an equal opportunity employer and we welcome and encourage diverse candidates to join our community.


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Interested in driving students, faculty and staff for Academy of Art University? We offer a welcoming work environment and conveniences such as unmetered street parking, multiple rest break areas and a supportive and well-trained management staff. Give us a call today at 415-618-6160. 

Academy of Art University is looking for professional company drivers and we welcome you to apply. The Academy is seeking experienced drivers to transport our students, faculty and staff throughout beautiful San Francisco to and from residential halls and their classes. Bus Drivers will interact with students, faculty and staff each day and provide quality customer service by safely navigating the city streets of San Francisco, giving accurate directions and providing information regarding travel schedules.

Requirements:


  • Must have a valid Class B driver's license, with a passenger endorsement and air brake certification, and have two years of professional passenger driving experience. 

  • Must be friendly and patient and enjoy working with others.

Work Schedules and Pay:


  • This position pays $23.00 per hour 

  • Shifts vary.  Call us to learn more.

     

Benefits: Bus Drivers who work a minimum of 40 hours per week are eligible for Academy benefits including medical, dental, vision, 401(k), paid sick leave and a commuter benefit program. 

 

Applicants may send their resume to recruitment@academyart.edu, apply online or call Academy of Art University's HR Recruitment Department at 415-618-6351. 

 

 

 

Academy of Art University is an equal opportunity employer.  All applicants will be considered regardless of age, Aids or HIV positive status, marital status, domestic partnership, medical condition or genetic characteristics, race or national origin, pregnancy, religion, sex, gender identity, gender or sexual orientation, name change, citizenship, physical or mental disability, veteran status or other status protected by federal, state, local or other law. Equal access to the hiring process, services, and employment is available to all persons. Applicants requiring accommodations to the application and/or interview process should contact the Human Resources Manager by calling 415-274-2222.  Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. 


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About Instrumentl

Instrumentl is a profitable, YC-backed startup based in San Francisco. We help 501c3 nonprofits discover, track and manage grants through our SaaS platform. We aggregate grant opportunities in our own web-based grants database -- the largest of its kind.

Position Overview

Grants Directory Editors at Instrumentl support the world’s fastest growing and most comprehensive database of active grant opportunities. Grants Directory Editors specialize in editing and maintaining grant opportunity content so our users have access to new & up-to-date funding opportunities for their work. The primary responsibility is to collect, synthesize, and edit detailed grant information, and publish this content on the Instrumentl platform. Note that no original writing is involved.

This is a part time, ongoing position. This is not a “temporary” position and we are looking for someone to join our team for the longer-term/indefinite future. The ideal candidate will commit 15-20 hours per week, spread evenly Monday-Friday during regular working hours. Some flexibility is possible after initial training, but a regular schedule is important. The ideal candidate will be an integral part of the continued growth & success of Instrumentl. 

Requirements:


  • Attention to detail: Takes pride in the accuracy of completed work and can locate and correct errors consistently and efficiently 

  • Critical problem-solving skills: Able to assess a situation and make decisions independently (within a broader set of guidelines)

  • Resourcefulness: Skill finding ‘the needle in a haystack’ of information and creative ability to research and find elusive answers

  • Fast learner: Able to quickly and comprehensively retain information and apply it consistently and accurately

  • College degree or equivalent experience: Must have advanced reading comprehension, writing, and editing skills in English

  • Excellent time management and communication skills

  • Ability to utilize remote collaboration tools

  • Shares a passion for Instrumentl’s mission and the work done by the nonprofit community

Preferences:


  • Proven ability to work independently in a remote setting

  • Experience administering or applying for grants for nonprofit organizations

  • Experience with G Suite, Zoom, and Slack  

Application Instructions

To apply, please submit the following in a single document to liz@instrumentl.com:


  • Resume

  • Cover letter describing your applicable skills and interest in the position

  • Answer to the following question:


    • When is the deadline to apply for the Ann and Abe Effron Donor Advised Fund Grants administered by the ? We will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis and encourage candidates to apply as soon as possible.




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Are you passionate about community service? Do you want to contribute to meaningful change?   

Safe Passages is recruiting Academic Intervention Specialists for our 2020-2021 AmeriCorps cohort. By choosing a year of service with AmeriCorps, you will have the opportunity to meet critical needs for vulnerable populations in Alameda County, CA. As a member of our ELEV8 AmeriCorps team, you will develop professional skills, gain hands-on experiences, and change the way you engage with your community — all while making a difference!   The ELEV8 Youth Program is a special project of Safe Passages, a non-profit organization committed to advocating for children, youth, and families within the County of Alameda. As part of our social justice program, you will provide academic intervention services to a cohort of 10 underperforming students in Oakland or Union City

Throughout your service year, you will raise student achievement and provide mentorship to your cohort. We will help you excel in your position by holding weekly check-ins and trainings. During this time, you will also have the opportunity to meet and collaborate with the other AmeriCorps members in the ELEV8 program.     

ELEV8 Member Benefits:    


  • Full-time and Part-time positions available. Members receive a bi-weekly living allowance stipend and a post service Education Award upon completion of the program. 

  • Training in youth development and ongoing professional development.

  • Experience in a school environment, CPR/First Aid, Social-Emotional Support for youth, student management techniques & more!

Specific Duties:  


  • Provide academic assessments and interventions for a cohort of 10 underperforming students

  • Facilitate school day and after school programming for cohort students

  • Provide academic, social, and emotional support to assigned student caseload

  • Provide outreach to families by participating in family engagement activities

  • Organize and facilitate service-learning projects

  • Other duties as assigned

You can direct any questions to Leigha Thomas at lthomas@safepassages.org.   

An Equal Opportunity Employer  

A special project of Safe Passages, ELEV8 Youth Program is administered by California Volunteers and sponsored by Corporation for National and Community Service.  


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We are the revolutionary real estate company that can help take your career to the next level!

Positions currently open:ELITE REALTY SERVICES IS THE PREMIERE REAL ESTATE COMPANY, MORTGAGE COMPANY, AND LUXURY HOMES BUILDER IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA.Visit us at: www.eliterm.com and www.elite-luxuryhomes.comNMLS Loan Officer

ELITE Realty Services is experiencing unprecedented growth in our mortgage division and need qualified loan officers to meet the demand ASAP.The NMLS exam is extremely difficult and most test takers fail the exams and never become mortgage loan originators. At ELITE Realty Services, we provide our agents the education, support, and resources they need to pass quickly and broker both real estate and loan transactions.Our next loan officer academy is starting. This is an 8 week intensive training program designed to prepare you in the areas of:1) General Mortgage Knowledge2) Federal Law3) Loan Origination Activities4) Ethics5) Disclosures6) State Law and RegulationsEach of these classes are approximately 1.5 hours long and are free to all agents of Elite Realty Services.Contact us today to get dates/times for the next loan officer academy.Our 8 week course is normally $495. For the first time in 4 years, our company is offering these classes for free if you are hired on as an Elite agent. Not an agent? Apply for an interview today to learn more. See below for what makes Elite Agents and Loan Officers the best in the industry!ELITE Realty Services provides our agents weekly MLO test prep courses at NO COST. All classes are led by our Founder/Broker, limited to under 12 agents, and modeled after real exam questions. Nearly all of our agents pass the state and federal exams the first time after attending the loan officer academy.Once a loan officer, ELITE Realty Services provides continuous loan origination support and guidance. Take advantage of our in-house loan department and focus more of your time on originating loan transactions!Double your income by doing loans with ELITE's broad portfolio of loan products (Conventional, JUMBO, FHA, and more).Gain your competitive edge with better pricing and rates! ELITE agents enjoy the perks of tiered 1 and preferred pricing with many of our lenders.Continually enhance your skills with ELITE! - ELITE Realty Services regularly invites guest speakers from our lenders to share updates regarding lending guidelines, submission procedures, and niche products. We strive to ensure that our agents informed, up to date on the latest changes, and are the ELITE within our industry!

Candidates must be available to start immediately. We're NOT looking for the "typical" paper pusher. Your resume is secondary.WE CARE MORE ABOUT A POSITIVE ATTITUDE, THE RIGHT VALUES, AND SOMEONE WITH THE DRIVE AND EAGERNESS TO HELP OTHERSThis is a challenging real estate market and we want someone on our team ready to meet the challenge. We want someone with fire in their belly, a burning desire to succeed, and someone who dares to be different! You'll be expected to set short term goals, long term goals, and even daily goals to help yourself and the company. This is a demanding and intense position and you'll develop life long career skills and the qualities for success! The words "I can't" doesn't exist at our company.In the real estate and loan industry, timing is everything and we're on the path to another real estate and mortgage bull market.

Immediate Openings for Real Estate Professionals as wellFinally! You have found a real estate company that provides you with unique services to differentiate yourself from the competition. Does your current company provide you the training, infrustracture, technology, support, and unique services to grow your business?In this changing industry, you need to partner with a company that can help you excel in ANY market. ELITE goes beyond traditional real estate services. We provide our agents with more support services and options to maximize their income:


  1. Traditional real estate (residential, commercial, short sales, REOs, land and farm sales, business sales..basically, every type of real estate sale. CA DRE License: 01519332)


  2. Loans and Financing through Elite Mortgage (MLO License: 234889)

  3. Home Improvement through Elite Home Development (CA License: 925917)

  4. Architecture and Engineering

  5. Staging and Interior Design

  6. Commercial Real Estate (DRE: 01519332)

  7. Land Development, New Home Construction (CA License: 925917), and Real Estate Investments

Our headquarter office provides 4-5 trainings per week covering marketing, lead generation, real estate contracts, loan origination, short sale negotiation and strategies, commercial and business sales training, real estate investment training, land development and new home construction training, staging & interior design training, website design, escrow coordination, legal and compliance, online and traditional prospecting, social media, and more!All REALTORS also have the option to broker loans and become Loan Officers. We hold intensive loan training programs every Wednesday at our Loan Officer Academy to help our loan officers become NMLS Endorsed. There is no charge for any of our continuing education programs. We will also reimburse your NMLS license fee upon closing your first loan transaction.All agents also have one-on-one broker & manager support with weekly accountability and coaching sessions. 

At Elite Realty Services, we do not hope and pray for success, we plan for it!Our goal is to turn the typical real estate agent into a super agent! Over the last 10 years, ELITE Realty Services has grown to over 500 agents/broker associates and 6 offices. We were also featured in Broker/Agent Magazine in the May issue.Please reply to this ad for more details and to schedule a visit of our 5000+ sq/ft corporate office located near Santana Row.Please visit our new website at www.EliteRealtyServices.Com and www.elite-luxuryhomes.com to learn more.Visit and Like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/eliterealtysanjose


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What's the role?

Northwestern Mutual is looking for passionate client care services reps who can live and breathe our core values. This is a great opportunity for new graduates to get your foot in the door with a leading financial services company.

You will help us become the center of our client’s financial lives. Clients will rely on you to answer their questions, provide servicing options and help them with their products or services in a call center environment. You will also need to know your way around a computer, as you will be responsible for navigating multiple applications comfortably while supporting our clients. 

What does that mean for you? You’ll be the voice of Northwestern Mutual and it’s up to you to deliver a personalized and remarkable experience for our clients. 

You must be able to do the following: 


  • Multi-task with the ability to handle high volume of calls/case load with the greatest possible degree of accuracy 

  • Be highly organized with the ability to prioritize tasks  

  • Have a desire and ability to solve problems by providing options  

  • Feel comfortable in a fast paced ever changing environment  

  • Take responsibility of the client experience to truly make a difference by connecting with the client and seeing the situation from their view 

  • Have a strong desire to continuously learn and improve  

We will be hiring for start dates in May, June and July.

Upon completion of classroom training, you will be assigned an 8 hour shift during the hours of operation from Monday through Friday from 7:00 am to 6:10 pm 

Bring Your Best! What this role needs:


  • Associates degree in business or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience. 

  • Previous customer service experience preferred. 

  • Effective written and verbal communication skills. 

  • Demonstrated computer experience with solid keyboarding skills and proficiency with current software packages. 

  • Successful completion of any required testing. 


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Modern Heat Treating, a division of Modern Industries, is a regional leader in commercial heat treating. We take pride in our modern facilities, advanced process techniques, and state-of-the-art network systems.

We provide our services to companies from the automotive, aeronautical, aerospace, medical, military and tool & die industries with a strong commitment to maintaining world-class excellence in every aspect of the manufacturing process.

In order to maintain those standards and achieve our goals for continuous improvement, we are seeking candidates who demonstrate that same commitment to quality and dedication.

While our corporate office is located in Erie, PA, this position is at our Kersey, PA facility. We encourage qualified Erie residents to apply. 

Responsible for directing all activities of the Kersey Pennsylvania Heat Treat facility to achieve long and short term profit goals. Responsible for developing and leading plant staff, and managing Kersey Plant assets for optimal productivity, effectiveness, and growth.


  1. Manage heat treat processes in Kersey plant and develop new process methods, both directly and through staff, to achieve growth and profit goals.

  2. Supervise production, support, maintenance, and administrative human resources to achieve division goals.

  3. Maintain all capital equipment and supplies relating to heat treating for long term productivity.

  4. Participate in the selling of Heat Treating services by calling customers to solicit business, solving problems, handling complaints, and assisting in the collection of past due accounts.

  5. Develop and maintain quality systems that meet or exceed customer and corporate expectations.

  6. Drive continual improvement efforts in all production and support activities.

  7. Ensure the safe operation of equipment, safe work habits of the employees, and administer safety programs within the guidelines established by the corporation and Division Manager.


  • Competitive salary

  • Excellent health, vision and dental benefits

  • Tuition Assistance

  • Career Development

  • Company Paid Life Insurance

  • Long term disability

  • 401(k) with company match

  • 11 paid company holidays

  • Generous paid time off

  • Bachelor's degree in engineering, business, financials or related. Prefer degree in material science or metallurgy.

  • 4+ yrs previous technical experience in commercial or captive heat-treating or 5+ years of powdered metal technical experience.

  • 4+ yrs progressive leadership success in manufacturing: heat-treating, forging/casting, machining, or powdered metal.   

  • 2+ yrs P&L experience with extremely strong people skills.

  • Confirmed ability to retain high energy fast-paced production manufacturing.

  • Quality assurance and quality systems experience strongly preferred.

This position must satisfy ITAR compliance requirements, therefore candidates must be U.S. Citizens OR U.S. Permanent Resident Card Holders. 


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Mission Montessori believes our goal as educators is to help each child become a passionate member of the human community who is confident, creative, and flourishing. We pride ourselves on taking our mission to heart and having a school culture that supports our mission. We know that our students thrive when we, as adults, feel passionate about our work and create an environment where we also feel confident, creative, and flourishing.

Mission Montessori is seeking caring assistant teachers to work in our infant, toddler, and primary classrooms! We currently have openings for infant assistant teachers and floaters. We have full-time positions, as well as on-call sub and afternoon support positions available.

You would be teaming up with our Montessori trained lead teachers and fellow assistants to support our students' development and maintain our beautiful and orderly Montessori environments. We love to see our team learn and grow! Under the right circumstances, we sponsor assistant teachers for Montessori training so they can become lead teachers.

Qualifications


  • A joyful disposition and love of working with children

  • Ability to interact with children, parents, and co-workers in a warm, empathetic, competent, and respectful manner

  • Desire to understand and implement Montessori education (prior Montessori experience not required)

  • Fluency in Spanish (not required, but a huge plus!)

  • Willingness and ability to toilet train, change diapers, and clean

  • Punctuality and dependability 

To find out more and apply, please visit https://www.missionmontessori.org/join-our-team


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Are you interested in exploring a career in education, working with high school students, or looking for a fulfilling job while figuring out your next steps in life?

Study Smarter is a small, local company based in Oakland. Since 1997 we have been offering high-quality tutoring and an original, creative curriculum.

We are a caring team looking out for the well being of tutors, students, and their families. Our close-knit team supports learning and growth for all our tutors, in and out of work.

Our tutors build meaningful mentor relationships with their students in local, Bay Area communities. We also offer pro bono tutoring! 

The ideal applicant is conscientious with a dynamic personality, has strong interpersonal ability, and has an interest in skill development. 

•$30/hr starting, with annual raises

•Health benefits included

•Paid training

•All majors and fields are applicable! No experience required

•Start date and schedule flexible

Requirements:


  • Proven excellence on a standardized test – SAT: 650+ per section ACT: 29+, GRE scores, or an exam administered by Study Smarter

  • A one-year commitment (with flexible scheduling throughout)

  • BA or BS in any field

  • Must have a car 

Please apply by submitting your resume and cover letter and by calling 510.350.8444, or submit an application online.


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We are seeking an Administrative Assistant /Data Entry to join our team! You will perform clerical and administrative functions in order to drive company success.

 

Responsibilities:

Draft correspondences and other formal documents

Plan and schedule appointments and events

Greet and assist onsite guests

Answer inbound telephone calls

Develop and implement organized filing systems

Perform all other office tasks

 

Qualifications:

Previous experience in office administration or other related fields

Ability to prioritize and multitask

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Strong attention to detail

Strong organizational skills


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Description

Private household in Menlo Park seeks PA with meticulous attention to detail to manage personal and household tasks. Candidate must be flexible to shift hours according to principal's needs (ie: schedule will typically be 40-50 hours per week, but may be 8 a.m.-5 p.m., 11- 7p.m., etc.). Must be available to work nights if needed.

PA will be responsible for heavy calendaring, planning travel itinerary, managing household vendors and staff, as well as event planning.

Experience Requirements


  • 4 years minimum recent experience as a PA in a private household with verifiable references

Educational Requirements


  • 4-year degree from accredited college or university

Qualifications


  • Valid driver's license 

  • Comfortable with a flexible schedule 

  • Must work well independently 

  • Tech savvy

  • Ability to remain focused, organized and committed

  • Experienced in PC and Microsoft Office 

  • Experience managing staff and vendors 

Responsibilities


  • Vendor Management


    • Scheduling & meeting with vendors who come to service equipment at the house, checking that projects are done well & in a timely manner



  • Managing Household Inventory


    • Amazon/product ordering, reconciliation of orders & returns management 

    • Inventory management of household supplies

    • Ability to research online for products and check reviews of products



  • Management of Household Maintenance


    • Work with contractor on servicing list



  • Management of Household Paperwork; Personal Assistant 


    • Scan/file and general office organization

    • Sort and open mail; help with general emailing and paperwork needs



Skills


  • Excellent people and customer service skills

  • Extensive and detailed travel planning 

  • Event planning 

  • Heavy calendaring 

  • Microsoft Office


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 As an AmeriCorps National Teaching Fellow at Citizen Schools, you’ll change the lives of middle school students. You’ll serve as a member of a diverse team of caring adults dedicated to transforming the school day for middle school students in low income communities. We do this by adding three hours to the end of the school day, during which students receive additional academic support in math or language arts, complete homework in structured sessions and participate in hands-on apprenticeships taught by volunteer professionals from the community.As a National Teaching Fellow, you will be performing an extraordinary act of citizenship, helping the nation to address one of its greatest challenges, educating our youth in ways that promote self belief, college readiness, and the skills needed to achieve their dreams. It is an opportunity that leads to a better future for students, yet also holds rich benefits for those willing to dedicate two years of their life to national service through AmeriCorps. That’s why we call the opportunity: Teach, Serve, Grow.All National Teaching Fellow positions begin in July 2020 with Summer Institute, an intensive training program during which you will learn the skills needed to successfully serve in low income schools and deliver high quality academic enrichment to students.Essential Duties & Service Member Functions During your two years as a National Teaching Fellow you will:SERVE: The ability to connect with students day-to-day and help them through the difficult years of middle school is a profound opportunity for many individuals who join the Fellowship. Fellows are eager to impact the academics of students directly, but also have the opportunity to influence student growth through the lens of a mentor and coach.


  • Act as a liaison and advocate for students in the school community

  • Communicate regularly with families to discuss student progress and program updates

  • Partner with volunteers from businesses, nonprofits, universities, and other local organizations, to create relevant, real-world learning experiences for students

  • Identify assets that already exist in the communities we serve, and support with making direct connections to our students and families

  • Create and reinforce a culture of achievement

  • Build lasting relationships with students, families, and volunteers that increase the school’s impact in the community

  • Create opportunities for students that strengthen the connection between academic success, college, and career

TEACH: Driving academic outcomes is a core component of our mission. On many campuses our Fellows push in or pull out small groups of students to aide instruction that is occurring during the first shift. (occasionally Fellows may deliver new content in select regions only and may vary by campus). Teaching Fellows have an important role to play in the extension of learned content or “reteaching”/ reinforcing what was previously delivered by a member of the first shift.


  • Deliver hands-on, engaging lessons in Math and/or English Language Arts and provide structured homework/project support

  • Partner with first shift teachers and families to support student academic and personal growth

  • Inspire students to set and achieve ambitious goals, and hold students to consistently high expectations

  • Monitor and use student learning data to inform instructional/ program decisions

  • Prepare students for college by cementing college-to-career-connections

  • Motivate students to attain the knowledge, skills, and beliefs to achieve personal goals

  • Explicitly communicate the idea that hard work + opportunity = success

  • Steward good classroom practice, including the creation of a safe learning environment

GROW: Training and support are critical components of the Teaching Fellowship experience and contribute greatly to our Teaching Fellows’ overall successes, both in their direct service, and their personal/professional development. We are committed to providing ongoing coaching opportunities throughout their two years of service that will lead to student impact, as well as career advancement.


  • Be challenged by diverse professional experiences at school, in the regional office, and with partner organizations

  • Impact program results through direct responsibility for school/ region-wide projects

  • Plan, execute, and participate in a variety of school and regional events

  • Network with senior professionals in diverse disciplines including: technology, law, finance, and higher education

  • Collect, analyze, and use data to inform decision-making

  • Operate in an entrepreneurial environment with access to campus, regional, and national leadership

  • Give and receive feedback, strengthening personal and professional skills

  • Grow cultural competencies through the opportunity to work as part of a diverse professional and school community

  • Receive career pathway development training and opportunities in your second year of service, such as resume coaching, job identification that aligns with your interests, as well as interviewing coaching techniques

QualificationsIt takes a special person to work in education reform and to meet the challenges of today’s schools. Before applying, please consider the following qualifications, skills, and experiences that we have found lead to success as a Teaching Fellow. No one candidate will meet every criteria; however, it is a good exercise to review the list in advance of submitting your application to ensure you believe you have “what it takes” to support middle school students to help them discover and achieve their dreams.


  • Education Requirement- Must have completed at least 60 credit hours or its equivalent at an accredited college or university (according to the standard 1 credit hour, per hour spent in class per week), with a 2.5 cumulative GPA. Bachelor’s degree, preferred. If you are interested in serving and do not meet the education requirement, please take a look at our . 

  • Knowledge of and commitment to the Citizen Schools’ mission to serve students in low income communities

  • Experience working or volunteering with students

  • Passion for changing the lives of middle school students

  • Desire to work with students and families in low income communities

  • Strong academic skills in Math and English

  • Ability to coach and mentor others

  • Ability to solicit and receive adjusting feedback

  • Commitment to teamwork and collaboration with colleagues from diverse backgrounds

  • Ability to build relationships and influence students, colleagues, and community members

  • Outstanding communication skills, strong detail orientation, time management, and organization skills

  • Demonstrated leadership ability

  • Demonstration of Citizen Schools’ values: Pride, Joy, Respect, Courage, Teamwork, Perseverance, and Vision

Compensation & BenefitsNational Teaching Fellows receive an annual living stipend of $23,550 pre- tax, paid out in bi-weekly installments. You will also be eligible to receive:


  • $5,920 Segal Education Award for each year of service successfully completed

  • Forbearance of qualified student loans during your two years of service

  • Access to high quality health, dental and vision insurance

  • Childcare benefits

  • A national support network of members and alumni

  • Ongoing professional development throughout 2-year service commitment

*For a more comprehensive view for each of the above benefits, please follow this .Application Process The admissions process is rigorous, so interested candidates are encouraged to apply early. You can learn more by visiting our website at .Physical, Environmental and Health and Safety Requirements Serving as a National Teaching Fellow with Citizen Schools requires members to be able to meet essential requirements in the following categories:



  • Physical Requirements: Frequent movement and physical abilities to perform writing, communication and visual responsibilities are key in this service role.


  • Health and Safety: Ability to maintain safety and respond to safety situations that commonly occur at schools.


  • Environmental Conditions: Placement in urban school settings comes with exposure to many factors.


  • Technology/Equipment use: There are baseline technology requirements in this position that require ability to use and leverage a computer and other technology aids in schools.

To learn more about specifics within these areas, please or contact a member of the Talent Team for more information.Keeping Schools SafeQualified candidates are required to successfully complete local and AmeriCorps directed criminal history and sexual offender checks. The requirements for clearance differ by region and school district based on applicable law and what are defined allowable convictions locally.You can learn more about AmeriCorps required checks by clicking . Please note allowable offenses are dictated by the local municipality and can change at the discretion of local districts.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT: Citizen Schools is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, cultural heritage, ancestry, political belief, age, marital status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability or veteran status. Citizen Schools is compliant with the American with Disabilities Act and we are committed to making special accommodations for your interview or work as a member of our team. 


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We're Psoas Massage + Bodywork.

For 15 years, we’ve worked tirelessly to elevate the standards of our field. We’ve hired, trained, and supported the Bay Area’s most accomplished therapists.

We’ve created a space where the 15 practitioners on our team—including tissue therapists, neurological-based bodyworkers, and a newly hired chiropractor—collaborate closely. They consult around treatment plans, support one another’s learning, and refer to each other when a client needs varied approaches.

We’ve hired an incredibly skilled front desk team and invest in their ongoing training so that bodyworkers can focus on what they love.

And we're looking for a few special therapists to join our growing family.

You should apply if...

You're interested in sprains, strains, rehabilitation and maintenance—not just relaxation.

You strive to treat clients with complex issues that will help you grow your skills.

You’re looking for a clinic that works with all levels of athletes (including professional individuals and teams), and enjoy working out complex treatment puzzles alongside skilled colleagues.

You’re in this trade for life and committed to ongoing education in all the latest techniques.

You thrive on continued growth, love feedback, and want to work in a culture that emphasizes skilled communication.

Because, at Psoas…

We create personalized treatment programs like no other.

We mean it when we say “clinical.” Our clients come to us for highly specialized work, and we collaborate, at every level, to make sure that’s what they receive. We take careful SOAP notes after each session, and make use of the wide range of referral resources on our team: ART specialists, Structural Integrationists, Sports and Deep Tissue therapists, neurologically-focused practitioners, and our new chiropractor.

We offer continuous opportunities for learning—from our senior therapists with 15+ years of experience, and from master teachers (i.e. Marty Morales + Art Riggs) who visit Psoas regularly as trainers.

We coach our therapists on all elements that define complete care: not just the clinical, but the relational.

We have an incredible team of intake specialists who anticipate therapist needs, provide a professional touch, and make sure each client is matched with the best therapist for them.

We boast tried and true administrative systems, built over years of practice, that allow therapists to focus on their clients.

We believe in educating our community about the benefits of bodywork and sharing tools to maintain its benefits. That’s why we provide an always-evolving video library of stretches - https://www.youtube.com/user/psoasbodywork/videos

We leverage a closely vetted, long-standing network of referral partners – including doctors, physical therapists, trainers, and more – to ensure our clients have what they need.

We are a busy clinic with high repeat visits as well as many new clients. Top rate clinicians will find their schedules full.

We cultivate a culture of self-care, and encourage members of our clinical team to trade bodywork with their expert colleagues.

Benefits:


  1. A living wage, commensurate with experience

  2. Catering multiple days a week

  3. Health insurance

  4. Retirement Fund with Company Match

  5. Commuter + gym membership benefits

  6. Education stipend

  7. In-house training program

  8. Regular bodywork trade program with our elite bodyworkers


Requirements:

Minimum 3-year experience, advanced training, and CAMTC certificate required.

If this speaks to you and you are available for at least 4 shifts (including 1 weekend day); please apply to this job post!

Preview video on Psoas Employment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ezP6b-EDsQQ


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COMPENSATION $16.50/hour

PROGRAM Hamilton Transitional Housing

1631 Hayes Street, San Francisco, CA 94117 and/or

538 Holloway Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94112

REPORTS TO Residential Coordinator

WORK SCHEDULE Weekdays/Weekends – Various shifts available

STATUS On-Call

CLASSIFICATION Non-exempt

UNION REPRESENTATION NO

Hamilton Families

Our mission is to end family homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area. Established in 1985, Hamilton Families is San Francisco's leading service provider to homeless families, with carefully designed programs to prevent homelessness, provide shelter and stability, return families to permanent housing and support the well-being of children experiencing homelessness. We currently operate these programs across four sites in San Francisco and Oakland. For more information, visit www.hamiltonfamilies.org.

Program and Position Overview

Hamilton Families Transitional Housing in the North of Panhandle neighborhood houses and supports 20 families at high risk for chronic homelessness for up to 18 months. Families receive intensive social services to identify and address factors contributing to their homelessness to enable them to return to stable, independent housing and economic self-sufficiency. The program provides case management, employment readiness activities, job retention support, intensive housing search support and substance abuse recovery support.

Our transitional housing location in the Ingleside neighborhood provides temporary housing to 3-5 families experiencing homelessness who have an open child welfare case and who are re-unifying with their children. Hamilton Families manages the building, and provides round-the clock staffing and light janitorial upkeep of the building, while a partner organization provides case management to the families.

The On-Call Residential Counselor may be called upon to cover regular staff shifts due to illness, vacations or unfilled vacancies. The On-Call Residential Counselor is primarily responsible for providing a safe and healthy environment and welcoming atmosphere for program participants. The ability to work several shifts per week is also strongly preferred. Applicants must be available to work during the holiday season.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

• Report to work as arranged with supervisors to maintain shift coverage and primary supervision and support of participants.

• Responsible for reporting work availability on a weekly basis to the Residential Coordinator.

• Set and contribute to a safe, dignified, and orderly atmosphere by enforcing program rules, policies, and procedures, as well as through observing stated DHS grievance policy.

• Model and facilitate appropriate behavior for participants in terms of daily living skills, self-care, personal interaction, social relationships, and constructive time management.

• Ensure the safety of participants and staff by limiting facility access to participants, staff, and authorized visitors and service providers.

• Respond appropriately to emergencies, including contacting appropriate staff and interacting with police, fire, and medical personnel as needed.

• Effectively communicate necessary information to all supervisors, staff, and shifts as appropriate.

• Provide front desk and other reception duties in a professional and courteous manner, relay timely and accurate messages to participants and staff, and provide information upon request about available services.

• Conduct regular rounds of the interior and exterior of the facility and help ensure that health and safety standards are maintained throughout.

• Interact with participants to share information, provide supplies, and facilitate interventions as necessary; maintain appropriate professional boundaries with participants and staff; respond to participant requests in a professional and courteous manner; and maintain participant confidentiality.

• Bilingual positions require providing verbal and written program and other information as needed to participants who are predominantly monolingual in the language for which a bilingual premium applies.

• Complete and maintain required handwritten and computer-based records, files, correspondence, and statistics in a timely, clear, thorough, accurate, and legible manner. Required documentation may include, but is not limited to, conducting or assisting with intakes and reviewing program agreements and rules, shift log notes, bed rosters, maintenance requests, incident reports, late arrivals, sign-in sheets, shower and/or laundry schedules, and other documentation as directed by supervisors.

• Perform daily cleaning and kitchen duties as needed, including but not limited to assisting in preparing units for incoming families; cleaning and maintaining kitchen, dining, and community areas as needed; routine upkeep of the facility; and assisting in preparing and/or serving participant meals as needed.

• For overtime, provide varying shift coverage as needed and available.

• Complete additional, designated shift-specific and site-specific tasks as directed by supervisors.

• Attend and participate in staff meetings and trainings as required.

• Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications, Skills and Abilities

• High School Diploma or GED required.

• Must be available to work evening, overnight, and weekend shifts on a regular but unpredictable basis, as well as during the holiday season. Ability to keep a flexible work schedule is therefore essential.

• Must be available to work on short notice and to work overtime when required.

• Sensitivity to the needs of homeless families; able and willing to work with diverse staff and participants.

• Experience working in a residential facility providing support services and working with homeless families strongly preferred. Able to respond appropriately to emergencies including contacting appropriate staff and/or contacting and interacting with police, fire, and medical personnel as needed.

• Experience working with participants who have mental health related issues, substance abuse, domestic violence, and/or HIV/AIDS related issues strongly preferred; experience with Child Protective Service agencies, HIPAA requirements, and crisis intervention techniques preferred.

• Able to perform extensive charting, data entry and documentation.

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

• Proficient in Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, and Outlook, etc.

• CPR and First Aid certification required within first six months of hire.

• Essential job functions include using a telephone, working at a standard computer terminal; ability to follow reasonable ergonomic accommodations; sit and stand for long intervals; reach, bend, lift, and carry up to 40 pounds depending on position; and walk up and down stairs several times a day.

• Criminal background check, fingerprint imaging, TB (Tuberculosis) clearance, and documentation required post offer.

Application Procedure

• Apply via Hamilton Families’ ADP Applicant Portal Reply (please attach your résumé and a letter of interest.

• Include position title in the subject header of your email.

• No faxes or phone calls.

• Hamilton Families is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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COMPENSATION $19/hour + Full Benefits

PROGRAM Hamilton Shelter Program | 260 Golden Gate Ave., San Francisco, CA 94102

REPORTS TO Operations Manager

WORK SCHEDULE Sunday-Thursday 6:00 am-2:30 pm

STATUS Full-Time

CLASSIFICATION Non-Exempt

UNION REPRESENTATION YES – OPEIU, Local 29; initial fee + monthly dues

Hamilton Families

Our mission is to end family homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area. Established in 1985, Hamilton Families is San Francisco's leading service provider to homeless families, with carefully designed programs to prevent homelessness, provide shelter and stability, return families to permanent housing and support the well-being of children experiencing homelessness. We currently operate these programs across four sites in San Francisco and Oakland. For more information, visit www.hamiltonfamilies.org.

Program and Position Overview

Hamilton Families Shelter Program in the Tenderloin provides a safe place to sleep, three meals a day and critical social services to 50 families a night (about 150 individuals) for up to six months. The program provides emergency beds for families in immediate crisis and private rooms for families on the city’s shelter waitlist. Participants receive comprehensive support services that include case management with referrals and linkages to community services and benefits, employment and life skills training, access to basic health services, children’s services, three meals a day, and innovative and direct assistance in securing permanent housing.

The Custodian is an important member of the program team by maintaining a clean, safe and healthy environment for program participants and by promptly preparing vacant units for move in. The Custodian is also responsible for maintaining staff offices, meeting rooms, and other common and public spaces in the Shelter Program.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

• Maintain a safe, clean and healthy environment in a shelter housing approximately 50 families.

• Maintain the general cleanliness of the building interior and exterior and follow established cleaning schedule.

• Regularly clean buildings including offices, common areas, hallways, bathrooms, courtyard, and parking areas. Wash walls and polish floors. Keep parking areas, courtyard, and area immediately in front of and behind buildings free from debris and trash.

• Conduct visual inspection of maintenance needs and report them to the Operations Manager and/or Facilities Maintenance Manager. Report major and minor emergency repair needs.

• Perform routine janitorial services according to work plan assignments; clean, scour, and disinfect bathrooms and dining areas daily; maintenance and cleaning of kitchen from time to time as needed.

• Maintain trash removal systems including rotation of garbage receptacles and recycling. Clean and mop hallways, common areas, sidewalks, and individual units as necessary.

• Assist with and prepare for routine inspections by outside agencies.

• Maintain vigilance against pests and report need for special pest control.

• Keep inventory of supplies, tools, and cleaning equipment.

• Follow safety policies and procedures at all times.

• Attend required meetings and trainings as necessary.

• Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications, Skills and Abilities

• High School Diploma or equivalent required.

• Good written and verbal communication skills. Ability to follow written instructions and guidelines and work independently.

• Able to use cleaning supplies, maintenance equipment, and other related materials, equipment, and tools according to established safety and user guidelines.

• At least one year of residential maintenance or related building maintenance experience.

• General knowledge of Cal/OSHA safety requirements.

• Ability to lift up to 60 pounds on an ongoing and repetitive basis as needed.

• Ability to perform essential job duties in a shelter environment encompassing four floors.

• Ability and willingness to work tactfully under pressure; cope with stress; problem-solving ability.

• Good judgment and ability to work as a member of a team.

• Ability, willingness, and sensitivity to work with a diverse, low-income population.

• Maturity, honesty, dependability, initiative, and follow-through.

• Proficient in basic Microsoft Office Outlook and Word.

• Position requires routine TB (tuberculosis) testing and documentation (post-offer);

• Position subject to criminal background check and fingerprinting through the California Department of Justice (post-offer).

• Valid California driver’s license and clean DMV record preferred.

• Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.

Compensation and Benefits

Great benefits: Hamilton Families (HF) offers excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage, plus tax-advantaged Flexible Spending Arrangements for Health Care and Dependent Care. Employees also have the chance to earn up to $180 per calendar year for participating in various wellness activities and can participate in partnership discounts with various YMCA and 24 Hour Fitness locations. Additionally, HF offers tax-deductible commuter benefits that can be applied to public transit, parking, and ride sharing services like Lyft Line and Uber pool.

Growth and leadership opportunities: The work at HF is designed for individuals to follow their passions and commitment to community. HF takes professional development seriously and offers coaching and training opportunities at every level. We also offer a $1,000 tuition reimbursement to employees each year (after 12 months of employment) and offer dozens of internal and external trainings for staff at every level annually.

Time off: HF employees enjoy generous benefits including 11 paid holidays, 3 weeks of vacation and 2 weeks of sick time per year.

Long-term benefits: HF offers an employer-matched 403(b) retirement plan, tuition reimbursement, and other great long-term benefits!

Application Procedure

• Click the blue “APPLY” button above to apply via Hamilton Families’ ADP Applicant Portal.

• Please attach resume and letter of interest (applications without these 2 documents will not be considered).

• No faxes or phone calls.

• Hamilton Families is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.


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COMPENSATION $24.50/hour + $1.50/hour bilingual premium + Full Benefits

PROGRAM Housing Services | San Francisco

REPORTS TO Housing Stability Coordinator

WORK SCHEDULE Monday -Friday, 9:00am – 5:30pm

STATUS Full-Time

CLASSIFICATION Non-exempt

UNION REPRESENTATION YES – OPEIU, Local 29; initial fee + monthly dues

DRIVING REQUIRED Yes – Valid CADL and satisfactory driving record required

Hamilton Families

Our mission is to end family homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area. Established in 1985, Hamilton Families is San Francisco's leading service provider to families experiencing homelessness, with carefully designed programs to prevent homelessness, provide shelter and stability, return families to permanent housing and support the well-being of children experiencing homelessness. We currently operate these programs across six sites in San Francisco and Oakland. For more information, visit www.hamiltonfamilies.org.

Program and Position Overview

The Housing Services program assists families to secure permanent housing through housing search assistance, move-in financial assistance, eviction prevention, rental subsidies, and home-based case management.

The Housing Stability Specialist is responsible for providing case management to families during their participation in the rental subsidy program that pulls from service models including Trauma Informed Care, Harm Reduction, Critical Time Intervention and Strength Based Case Management. The Housing Stability Specialist meets at least monthly with each family on their caseload and conducts regular home visits, to support the family to remain stably housed, achieve their income-related goals and connect to resources within the community. The specialist works together with the family to establish short and long term goals related to housing stability, makes referrals to appropriate resources and assists families to apply for affordable housing opportunities. The specialist is responsible for documenting all services provided, ensuring case notes are entered into the participant’s electronic record in real-time and collecting monthly program compliance documentation from each family. This position requires a California Driver License and clean driving record.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

• Provide case management, including home-based case management, to a caseload of 16-20 families. This may include community-based referrals, housing and employment advocacy, implementation of service plans, educating participants about budgeting and financial management, domestic violence, mental health, and substance abuse support.

• Assess participants for strengths and barriers, including employment, behavioral health, criminal history, and substance use, and refer participants to appropriate resources.

• Assist families and individuals to establish and meet housing goals and identify appropriate steps towards achieving goals, including modifying goals as needed, and evaluation of progress. Coordinate and collaborate effectively with other service providers as needed to assist participants to reach their goals.

• Maintain precise and accurate documentation of case management services, including participant files and entries into participant databases.

• Coordinate with the Real Estate Department to maintain positive relationships with landlords and property management companies serving low income families. Represent and promote Hamilton Families network of housing, rental assistance, and eviction prevention services throughout the community. Represent Hamilton Families in community and collaborative meetings as needed.

• Promote values of self-sufficiency and empowerment throughout work with participants. Aid in the development of resource materials specific to neighborhoods/cities/counties where the families reside.

• Participate in planning and coordination of fun yearly events for families, including a Holiday Party and Back to School Picnic.

• Participate in various program meetings including case conference meetings and housing plan meetings in collaboration with other service providers.

• Maintain participant confidentiality and HIPAA requirements; maintain program standard of documentation of case management services; keep accurate records, files, correspondence, and statistics. Prepare reports and presentations as required. Reinforce and follow appropriate boundaries with participants.

• Work occasional evenings and weekends as needed for Hamilton Families programmatic activities.

• Bilingual case management positions require providing all services described above to a caseload of participants who are predominantly monolingual in the language for which the bilingual premium applies; sharing verbal and written program and other information as needed; translating verbal and written materials, community meetings, workshops, events, and other information verbally and/or in writing as needed.

• Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications, Skills and Abilities

• A minimum of 3 years of experience in a relevant profession OR a bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, or a related field from an accredited college or university and a minimum of one year of experience providing support services to families and/or individuals in a human services setting, including one-year experience providing case management. Able and willing to work with diverse staff and participants.

• Experience working with extremely low-income families, youth, survivors of domestic violence, populations impacted by substance abuse, mental illness, and HIV/AIDS and other diverse communities; documenting participant services in paper files and online databases; and conducting outreach and presentations.

• Familiarity with and commitment to principles and practices of housing first, participant-centered care, harm reduction, and safeguarding participant confidentiality.

• Knowledge of community resources for families with very low incomes in the Bay Area, and knowledge and experience with housing laws is desirable.

• Excellent organizational skills and able to self-motivate; able to work under pressure, address multiple priorities and meet deadlines with a positive attitude and problem-solving approach.

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills; proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel, etc.). Experience using Salesforce.com databases is desirable.

• Bilingual positions require verbal and written proficiency in English as well as the second language for which the bilingual premium applies, as demonstrated through agency-administered proficiency testing.

• Essential functions of the position may require use of a telephone, working at a standard computer terminal, and the ability to follow reasonable ergonomic recommendations, sit for long periods, stand, reach, bend, lift, and carry up to 40 pounds, and driving.

• Criminal background check, fingerprint imaging, and tuberculosis (TB) clearance required post-offer.

• Valid CADL and DMV report; able and willing to travel up to 50% of the time as required - personal form of transportation is not required.

Compensation and Benefits

Great benefits: Hamilton Families offers excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage, plus tax-advantaged Flexible Spending Arrangements for Health Care and Dependent Care. Employees also have the chance to earn up to $180 per calendar year for participating in various wellness activities and can participate in partnership discounts with various YMCA and 24 Hour Fitness locations. Additionally, HF offers tax deductible commuter benefits that can be applied to public transit, parking, bicycle maintenance, and ride sharing services like Lyft line and Uber pool.

Growth and leadership opportunities: The work at HF is designed for individuals to follow their passions and commitment to community. HF takes professional development seriously and offers coaching and training opportunities at every level. We also offer a $1,000 tuition reimbursement to employees each year (after 12 months of employment) and offer dozens of internal and external trainings for staff at every level annually.

Time off: HF employees take advantage of generous sick and vacation benefits including 11 paid holidays, 3 weeks of vacation and 2 weeks of sick time per year.

Long term benefits: HF offers an employer-matched 403(b) retirement plan, education reimbursement, and other great long-term benefits!

Application Procedure

• Please click the blue “APPLY” button above or below to submit an application.

• Please attach your resume and cover letter (applications without both documents will not be considered).

• No faxes or phone calls.

• Hamilton Families is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. 


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Who We Are

What if all students graduated high school with the knowledge, skills and habits they need to lead  a fulfilled life?  This is the question that guides our mission at Summit Public Schools.  Summit is a leading network of public schools that prepare a diverse student population for success in a four-year college and to be thoughtful, contributing members of society. We operate 15 schools serving over 4,500 students in the Bay Area and Washington state. Historically, 98 percent of Summit graduates are accepted to four-year colleges, and Summit graduates complete college at double the national average. We need exceptional, diverse, and mission-aligned teachers to join our team to help prepare our students for a fulfilled life. Join us! 

The Summit Model

Summit’s research-backed model makes teaching and learning at a Summit school unlike any other.  At Summit, our teachers mentor the same group of students each year in advisory groups, which allows them to build strong relationships based on deep trust over multiple years. Mentors meet 1:1 with each student regularly to coach students toward their personal goals, and meet daily as a mentor group. During Project Time,  teachers teach universal skills through real-world projects - using their subject-area expertise to help students apply their knowledge to the world around them. Through our research-backed curriculum, Summit gives teachers the tools they need so that they can focus on teaching and becoming the best project-based teachers in the world.  We are deeply committed to continuous improvement at Summit, both as an organization and for our individual faculty. With dedicated days of professional development built into the academic year, regular coaching sessions with a school leader, and a culture of honest, actionable, and timely feedback, we equip our teachers with the tools necessary to improve their practice and tackle challenging issues. We also prioritize developing leaders from within and have invested in multiple career pathway programs for our teachers and school leaders.  Summit has intensive collaboration structures built in to our weekly schedules. Teachers collaborate at the grade and subject levels, forming regular communities of practice to support each other in continuously improving as project-based teachers and mentors. By design, our schools are small communities where every student is known. They are intentionally heterogeneous and reflect the diversity of the communities in which we operate. As a teacher, this will require being culturally responsive and creating equitable learning pathways for all students. 

What you’ll do:


  • A student school day is around 8-8:30am to 3-3:30pm, depending on the specific school. Teachers stay until 5pm three days per week. 


  • Project Time: Teach 90-minute blocks in high school or four 55-minute blocks in middle school, per day of project time. Most teachers teach one course for the entire grade (e.g. 9th Grade Biology), and see each section twice per week. Teachers work with students on projects that develop cognitive skills and apply their content knowledge to real-world situations. Teachers facilitate discussions in the classroom, coach students in applying their cognitive skills, and give students feedback. Between teaching blocks, teachers analyze student data, build lesson plans, support school culture, and other personal development activities. Summit teachers build lesson plans through a deep understanding of student progress data, which determines the group and individual supports needed for their students to succeed. 


  • Mentor Time: Build deep relationships and sense of community when teachers meet with their small group of mentees daily for their entire time at Summit. Daily, teachers meet with their mentor groups, work on habits of success as a group, and check in one-on-one with their mentees. Mentors coach and advocate for their mentees both inside and outside of the classroom, and strive to support them as they develop their sense of purpose as they become self-directed learners.


  • Self-Directed Learning Time and Interventions: Facilitate Self Directed Learning time and daily literacy or math interventions, which don’t involve lesson planning. During this time, teachers provide student support, monitor progress, and check in with individuals or groups of students.


  • Collaboration & Professional Development: Twice a week, teachers participate in all-faculty after-school meetings where community decisions are made, professional development takes place, and faculty collaborates as a grade-level team or subject-level team. 

What You Need


  • Commitment to uphold Summit’s values, and the belief that all children deserve a rigorous and equitable education that prepares them for college and for life


  • Teaching Credential in California or another US state


  • Bachelor’s Degree (a Master’s Degree in Education is preferred, but not required)

  • Clear health and background check


  • Teaching experience in your subject preferred, but not required

Who You Are


  • You want to be a world-class project-based learning teacher 

  • You thrive while collaborating and are excited to work with mission-aligned, high-performing colleagues. You find positivity in shared successes.

  • You’re excited to teach Summit’s common curriculum and assessment system, which was designed for teachers and by teachers in partnership with learning scientists. 

  • You care deeply about working in intentionally heterogeneous schools and are ready to support all diverse students to reach a fulfilled life

  • You’re eager to engage in professional development and be developed as a practitioner in a network that is committed to continuous improvement.

  • You have a growth mindset and see feedback as a positive

  • You are passionate about serving as a mentor and advocate for a group of students that you’ll follow year to year. You’re open to having hard conversations to support students. 

What You Get

Summit offers competitive salaries and benefit options, including covering 75% of the health, dental, and vision plan costs. We fully cover life and disability insurance. We have a “take what you need” PTO policy, 11 paid holidays, 4 weeks of vacation during the year, and a summer break. We value our teachers’ Summit experience, offering stipends for teachers who have been with us for three or more years and helping teachers grow with us through designated time for paid professional development and regular coaching. Summit Public Schools does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to all programs.  People from all diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. Spanish language proficiency is a plus. We don't just encourage diversity and inclusion—we believe it's a requirement for us to be successful in our mission of helping all children succeed. Since we serve a diverse-by-design community of schools, educators, parents, and students, we need our team members to bring a broad range of lived experiences to the table with them. This is the only way we can ensure we are staying close to the work and building an authentic relationship with the people we serve. 


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Who We Are

What if all students graduated high school with the knowledge, skills and habits they need to lead  a fulfilled life?  This is the question that guides our mission at Summit Public Schools.  Summit is a leading network of public schools that prepare a diverse student population for success in a four-year college and to be thoughtful, contributing members of society. We operate 15 schools serving over 4,500 students in the Bay Area and Washington state. Historically, 98 percent of Summit graduates are accepted to four-year colleges, and Summit graduates complete college at double the national average. We need exceptional, diverse, and mission-aligned teachers to join our team to help prepare our students for a fulfilled life. Join us! 

The Summit Model

Summit’s research-backed model makes teaching and learning at a Summit school unlike any other.  At Summit, our teachers mentor the same group of students each year in advisory groups, which allows them to build strong relationships based on deep trust over multiple years. Mentors meet 1:1 with each student regularly to coach students toward their personal goals, and meet daily as a mentor group. During Project Time,  teachers teach universal skills through real-world projects - using their subject-area expertise to help students apply their knowledge to the world around them. Through our research-backed curriculum, Summit gives teachers the tools they need so that they can focus on teaching and becoming the best project-based teachers in the world.  We are deeply committed to continuous improvement at Summit, both as an organization and for our individual faculty. With dedicated days of professional development built into the academic year, regular coaching sessions with a school leader, and a culture of honest, actionable, and timely feedback, we equip our teachers with the tools necessary to improve their practice and tackle challenging issues. We also prioritize developing leaders from within and have invested in multiple career pathway programs for our teachers and school leaders.  Summit has intensive collaboration structures built in to our weekly schedules. Teachers collaborate at the grade and subject levels, forming regular communities of practice to support each other in continuously improving as project-based teachers and mentors. By design, our schools are small communities where every student is known. They are intentionally heterogeneous and reflect the diversity of the communities in which we operate. As a teacher, this will require being culturally responsive and creating equitable learning pathways for all students. 

What you’ll do:


  • A student school day is around 8-8:30am to 3-3:30pm, depending on the specific school. Teachers stay until 5pm three days per week. 


  • Project Time: Teach 90-minute blocks in high school or four 55-minute blocks in middle school, per day of project time. Most teachers teach one course for the entire grade (e.g. 9th Grade Biology), and see each section twice per week. Teachers work with students on projects that develop cognitive skills and apply their content knowledge to real-world situations. Teachers facilitate discussions in the classroom, coach students in applying their cognitive skills, and give students feedback. Between teaching blocks, teachers analyze student data, build lesson plans, support school culture, and other personal development activities. Summit teachers build lesson plans through a deep understanding of student progress data, which determines the group and individual supports needed for their students to succeed. 


  • Mentor Time: Build deep relationships and sense of community when teachers meet with their small group of mentees daily for their entire time at Summit. Daily, teachers meet with their mentor groups, work on habits of success as a group, and check in one-on-one with their mentees. Mentors coach and advocate for their mentees both inside and outside of the classroom, and strive to support them as they develop their sense of purpose as they become self-directed learners.


  • Self-Directed Learning Time and Interventions: Facilitate Self Directed Learning time and daily literacy or math interventions, which don’t involve lesson planning. During this time, teachers provide student support, monitor progress, and check in with individuals or groups of students.


  • Collaboration & Professional Development: Twice a week, teachers participate in all-faculty after-school meetings where community decisions are made, professional development takes place, and faculty collaborates as a grade-level team or subject-level team. 

What You Need


  • Commitment to uphold Summit’s values, and the belief that all children deserve a rigorous and equitable education that prepares them for college and for life


  • Teaching Credential in California or another US state


  • Bachelor’s Degree (a Master’s Degree in Education is preferred, but not required)

  • Clear health and background check


  • Teaching experience in your subject preferred, but not required

Who You Are


  • You want to be a world-class project-based learning teacher 

  • You thrive while collaborating and are excited to work with mission-aligned, high-performing colleagues. You find positivity in shared successes.

  • You’re excited to teach Summit’s common curriculum and assessment system, which was designed for teachers and by teachers in partnership with learning scientists. 

  • You care deeply about working in intentionally heterogeneous schools and are ready to support all diverse students to reach a fulfilled life

  • You’re eager to engage in professional development and be developed as a practitioner in a network that is committed to continuous improvement.

  • You have a growth mindset and see feedback as a positive

  • You are passionate about serving as a mentor and advocate for a group of students that you’ll follow year to year. You’re open to having hard conversations to support students. 

What You Get

Summit offers competitive salaries and benefit options, including covering 75% of the health, dental, and vision plan costs. We fully cover life and disability insurance. We have a “take what you need” PTO policy, 11 paid holidays, 4 weeks of vacation during the year, and a summer break. We value our teachers’ Summit experience, offering stipends for teachers who have been with us for three or more years and helping teachers grow with us through designated time for paid professional development and regular coaching. Summit Public Schools does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to all programs.  People from all diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. Spanish language proficiency is a plus. We don't just encourage diversity and inclusion—we believe it's a requirement for us to be successful in our mission of helping all children succeed. Since we serve a diverse-by-design community of schools, educators, parents, and students, we need our team members to bring a broad range of lived experiences to the table with them. This is the only way we can ensure we are staying close to the work and building an authentic relationship with the people we serve. 


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 Who We Are

What if all students graduated high school with the knowledge, skills and habits they need to lead  a fulfilled life?  This is the question that guides our mission at Summit Public Schools.  Summit is a leading network of public schools that prepare a diverse student population for success in a four-year college and to be thoughtful, contributing members of society. We operate 15 schools serving over 4,500 students in the Bay Area and Washington state. Historically, 98 percent of Summit graduates are accepted to four-year colleges, and Summit graduates complete college at double the national average. We need exceptional, diverse, and mission-aligned teachers to join our team to help prepare our students for a fulfilled life. Join us! 

The Summit Model

Summit’s research-backed model makes teaching and learning at a Summit school unlike any other.  At Summit, our teachers mentor the same group of students each year in advisory groups, which allows them to build strong relationships based on deep trust over multiple years. Mentors meet 1:1 with each student regularly to coach students toward their personal goals, and meet daily as a mentor group. During Project Time,  teachers teach universal skills through real-world projects - using their subject-area expertise to help students apply their knowledge to the world around them. Through our research-backed curriculum, Summit gives teachers the tools they need so that they can focus on teaching and becoming the best project-based teachers in the world.  We are deeply committed to continuous improvement at Summit, both as an organization and for our individual faculty. With dedicated days of professional development built into the academic year, regular coaching sessions with a school leader, and a culture of honest, actionable, and timely feedback, we equip our teachers with the tools necessary to improve their practice and tackle challenging issues. We also prioritize developing leaders from within and have invested in multiple career pathway programs for our teachers and school leaders.  Summit has intensive collaboration structures built in to our weekly schedules. Teachers collaborate at the grade and subject levels, forming regular communities of practice to support each other in continuously improving as project-based teachers and mentors. By design, our schools are small communities where every student is known. They are intentionally heterogeneous and reflect the diversity of the communities in which we operate. As a teacher, this will require being culturally responsive and creating equitable learning pathways for all students. 

What you’ll do:


  • A student school day is around 8-8:30am to 3-3:30pm, depending on the specific school. Teachers stay until 5pm three days per week. 


  • Project Time: Teach 90-minute blocks in high school or four 55-minute blocks in middle school, per day of project time. Most teachers teach one course for the entire grade (e.g. 9th Grade Biology), and see each section twice per week. Teachers work with students on projects that develop cognitive skills and apply their content knowledge to real-world situations. Teachers facilitate discussions in the classroom, coach students in applying their cognitive skills, and give students feedback. Between teaching blocks, teachers analyze student data, build lesson plans, support school culture, and other personal development activities. Summit teachers build lesson plans through a deep understanding of student progress data, which determines the group and individual supports needed for their students to succeed. 


  • Mentor Time: Build deep relationships and sense of community when teachers meet with their small group of mentees daily for their entire time at Summit. Daily, teachers meet with their mentor groups, work on habits of success as a group, and check in one-on-one with their mentees. Mentors coach and advocate for their mentees both inside and outside of the classroom, and strive to support them as they develop their sense of purpose as they become self-directed learners.


  • Self-Directed Learning Time and Interventions: Facilitate Self Directed Learning time and daily literacy or math interventions, which don’t involve lesson planning. During this time, teachers provide student support, monitor progress, and check in with individuals or groups of students.


  • Collaboration & Professional Development: Twice a week, teachers participate in all-faculty after-school meetings where community decisions are made, professional development takes place, and faculty collaborates as a grade-level team or subject-level team. 

What You Need


  • Commitment to uphold Summit’s values, and the belief that all children deserve a rigorous and equitable education that prepares them for college and for life


  • Teaching Credential in California or another US state


  • Bachelor’s Degree (a Master’s Degree in Education is preferred, but not required)

  • Clear health and background check


  • Teaching experience in your subject preferred, but not required

Who You Are


  • You want to be a world-class project-based learning teacher 

  • You thrive while collaborating and are excited to work with mission-aligned, high-performing colleagues. You find positivity in shared successes.

  • You’re excited to teach Summit’s common curriculum and assessment system, which was designed for teachers and by teachers in partnership with learning scientists. 

  • You care deeply about working in intentionally heterogeneous schools and are ready to support all diverse students to reach a fulfilled life

  • You’re eager to engage in professional development and be developed as a practitioner in a network that is committed to continuous improvement.

  • You have a growth mindset and see feedback as a positive

  • You are passionate about serving as a mentor and advocate for a group of students that you’ll follow year to year. You’re open to having hard conversations to support students. 

What You Get

Summit offers competitive salaries and benefit options, including covering 75% of the health, dental, and vision plan costs. We fully cover life and disability insurance. We have a “take what you need” PTO policy, 11 paid holidays, 4 weeks of vacation during the year, and a summer break. We value our teachers’ Summit experience, offering stipends for teachers who have been with us for three or more years and helping teachers grow with us through designated time for paid professional development and regular coaching. Summit Public Schools does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to all programs.  People from all diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. Spanish language proficiency is a plus. We don't just encourage diversity and inclusion—we believe it's a requirement for us to be successful in our mission of helping all children succeed. Since we serve a diverse-by-design community of schools, educators, parents, and students, we need our team members to bring a broad range of lived experiences to the table with them. This is the only way we can ensure we are staying close to the work and building an authentic relationship with the people we serve. 


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Are you a skilled Coordinator who believes in lending your skills to end hunger during these unprecedented times? If so, consider being a Temporary Community Support Coordinator for the San Francisco Marin Food Bank.

The SF Marin Food Bank is comprised of a dedicated team of approximately 150 staff working collaboratively to provide close to 50 million pounds of food to over 210,000 people in the Bay Area – a region where 1 in 4 people are at risk of hunger. We are currently looking for a Temporary Community Support Coordinator to help provide support and leadership to the operation of multiple food pantries during the current shelter in place mandate. See job description below and apply today if you would like to join us in our mission to end hunger.

Position Summary:

The Community Support Coordinator (CSC) is responsible for providing support and leadership to the operation of multiple food pantries in support of the Neighborhood Representative team. They work with the Pantry Coordinators to ensure that all pantry participants receive the highest quality service and experience when participating in the program. The CSC serves as a liaison between the pantry network and the San Francisco - Marin Food Bank and is relied upon to communicate any important information about the pantry and provide participant feedback to the SF-Marin Food Bank. The CSC is responsible for working with the Community Engagement team to insure there are adequate numbers of volunteers to support effective pantry operations. Works under the direction of the Director of Community Engagement and Program Managers and in support of the Neighborhood Representatives.

Responsibilities/Duties


  • Responsible for overseeing the Pantry Section Leads (PSLs) regarding the operation of the food pantry, which includes set-up, deliveries, operation, and clean-up.

  • Manages, trains and supervises a team of PSLs and volunteers ensuring adherence to existing guidelines and protocols.

  • Works with the PSLs to ensure proper set-up of the pantry including, but not limited to: unloading, moving, bagging, distributing, and storing food appropriately; cleanliness and physical appearance of service areas, cleaning up afterwards better than before we arrived. Assigns PSL and volunteer tasks as needed.

  • Ensures social distancing and other public health best practices among staff, volunteers and participants to minimize the spread of contagions.

  • Ensures pantries are a friendly and positive experience for everyone, creating a welcoming and respectful atmosphere.

  • Collects and communicates any necessary pantry information to SF-Marin Food Bank staff and the volunteer team.

  • Other duties as assigned.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities


  • Minimum 18 yrs of age.

  • Demonstrated ability to lead individuals and teams. Excellent organizational and communication skills; ability to multi-task.

  • Follows all agency policies, rules, regulations and procedures, including emergency procedures. Ability to adhere to safety and standard operating procedures.

  • Solid understanding of food safety and public health guidelines to avoid the spread of food borne illnesses and other pathogens. Safe food handling certification preferred.

  • Solid reading and math (counting) skills.

  • Ability to interact with community members and pantry participants in a professional and polite manner even when people are upset and disrespectful.

  • Conflict resolution and problem-solving skills. Ability to listen and communicate.

  • Ability to adhere to safety and standard operating procedures. Ability to fairly communicate and enforce critical rules.

  • Comply with all confidentiality policies and procedures at all times.

  • Ability to lift 35 pounds on a repetitive basis.

  • Ability to work outdoors continuously in all kinds of weather.

  • Cantonese and Spanish language skills preferred.

  • Ability to work Saturdays preferred.

  • Must have ready access to reliable transportation as work sites vary day-to-day.

Essential Functions


  • Ability to work with people from a variety of different ethnic, socio-economic, educational, religious, sexual and generational backgrounds.

  • Demonstrates values of caring, respect, honesty and responsibility in all dealings with staff and volunteers.

  • All other duties as assigned by SFMFB Staff.

**To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to complete each of the essential job requirements satisfactorily. The qualifications listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.

**This is a temporary position**

The San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.


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JOB TITLE: Program Director

LOCATION: Sacramento

DIVISION: Physicians for a Healthy California

EXEMPTION STATUS: Exempt

REPORTS TO: President & CEO

Position Summary: The Program Director is a full-time position designed to serve the key lead for the GME program. This position will work closely with the GME Executive Board and Advisory Council to develop, implement and evaluate the GME program. Further, this position will serve as subject matter expert on GME residency programs analyzing trends to achieve the goals as reflected in Proposition 56, including sustaining, retaining, and expanding graduate medical education programs to increase the number of primary care and emergency physicians in California.


  • Duties/Responsibilities: Supervises program analyst and program coordinator

  • Drafts work plan to develop and implement GME program including performance objectives

  • Serves as subject matter expert on state GME residency slots; performs research and analyses

  • Develops recommendations for application, scoring criteria, contract terms, marketing materials, etc.

  • Coordinates GME Executive Board and Advisory Council meetings and functions o Creates and implements strategies to gather information from key stakeholders including GME program directors

  • Analyzes best practices and drafts recommendations for GME program

  • Drafts cost/benefit analysis on business and organizational needs

  • Drafts materials for meetings (ie agenda, materials, minutes, action items)

  • Serve as key liaison to grantees

  • Reviews and approves grantee progress reports and internal and external reports on GME program’s progress

  • Conducts site visits and other evaluative measures to monitor GME programs’ progress

  • Reviews and approves financial expenditure reports on GME program expenditures

  • Serves as liaison to UC and CSA Audit on fiscal and internal controls related to the GME program

Knowledge/Experience/Education:


  • At least five years of experience administering programs and managing program staff

  • Bachelor’s degree

  • Strong organizational and planning skills

  • Experience in analyzing data to forecast trends and make astute assessments.

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills and strong organizational skills

  • Ability to travel and occasionally work evening and weekend events

  • Computer skill in Microsoft Office: Excel, Outlook, Power Point, Internet Explorer and Word.

PHC offers a competitive salary and full benefit package. Please forward cover letter, resume and salary requirements to careers@cmadocs.org. Also, please complete the application on our site.

To learn more about the Physicians for a Healthy California, please visit our website at www.phcdocs.org

PHC is an equal opportunity employer. 


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Butcher Shop Seeks Butchers & Counter Help

Barons Quality Meats & Seafood is seeking qualified applicants for it's San Francisco and Alameda locations.

Position is for full time and part time employees. Medical and dental available, competitive pay depending on experience.

Applicants should have basic knife skills, basic culinary skills, strong communication, be clean and punctual. Prior meat cutting experience is not required. Prior customer service experience is preferred.

To apply please respond to this posting with a resume.


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Butcher Shop Seeks Butchers & Counter Help

Barons Quality Meats & Seafood is seeking qualified applicants for it's San Francisco and Alameda locations.

Position is for full time and part time employees. Medical and dental available, competitive pay depending on experience.

Applicants should have basic knife skills, basic culinary skills, strong communication, be clean and punctual. Prior meat cutting experience is not required. Prior customer service experience is preferred.

To apply please respond to this posting with a resume.


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Are you a skilled Senior Director of Development who believes in lending your skills to end hunger? If so, consider being a Senior Director of Development for the San Francisco Marin Food Bank.

The SF Marin Food Bank is comprised of a dedicated team of approximately 150 staff working collaboratively to provide close to 50 million pounds of food to over 210,000 people in the Bay Area – a region where 1 in 4 people are at risk of hunger. We are currently looking for a Senior Director of Development to help in leading our program efforts of our organization. See job description below and apply today if you would like to join us in our mission to end hunger.

POSITION PURPOSE

San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is seeking a Senior Director of Development to lead the organization’s effort to raise capital and leadership gifts. The Senior Director will oversee the functional teams responsible for securing $9.5 million of the $17.5 million annual operating funding. S/he will also provide overall leadership and direction for a $40 million capital campaign, and for strategic leadership events at the Food Bank.

The Food Bank has embarked on a significant building expansion campaign. While raising capital funds, it must also increase its annual operating revenue in the coming years to support an expanded operation. The Senior Director will co-lead a strategic planning process to build a road map that ensures significant growth in operating funds as the Food Bank prepares to scale up its delivery operation.

The Senior Director oversees, manages, and directs all capital, major gifts, foundation and corporate fundraising activities for SFMFB. S/he has three direct reports and leads a group of eleven development professionals to meet the fundraising goals of the organization.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES

1. Capital Campaign


  • Partner with the Executive Director, Vice President of Development, Campaign Cabinet and fundraising counsel to drive strategy and direction of the campaign.

  • Guide efforts to identify opportunities and secure transformational commitments.

  • Inspire and provide strategic leadership to the Campaign Director and Campaign Project Manager.

  • Directly manage a portfolio of principal and major donors, building relationships that foster philanthropic partnerships in support of the Food Bank’s long-term plan.

  • Ensure success in keeping the campaign on-schedule and meeting financial targets.

  • Help ensure that all campaign fundraising and communications effectively deliver on the Food Bank’s vision to end hunger and expand our reach people in need.

2. Leadership and Institutional Giving


  • Integrate the efforts of the Leadership Giving, Institutional Giving and Capital Campaign teams to ensure a strong pipeline for the campaign.

  • Co-lead a plan to scale annual revenue over the next decade to support increasing operations in San Francisco and Marin, with a focus on growing revenue from high-value donors.

  • Direct annual budgeting and work planning; oversee results reporting and analysis to ensure cost effective fundraising at the Food Bank.

  • Work closely with Director of Leadership Gifts to model a relationship-driven approach to upper-end annual fundraising; drive cultivation and solicitation of major individual and corporate donors; and achieve ambitious revenue targets.

  • Lead Director of Institutional Giving to deliver significant growth in that area, and to expand into new forms of private philanthropy.

  • Work closely with the team to build a strong sense of community among Food Bank donors through events, recognition and other exclusive donor programs and opportunities.

  • Keep up with trends in philanthropy to keep SFMFB on the forward edge of acquiring donor support.

3. Administration and Staff Management


  • Set a strong vision for the team, including clear priorities, objectives and measurable goals. Oversee annual budgeting, work planning and performance evaluations.

  • Provide professional development support and mentor individuals toward greater professional achievement.

  • Foster an environment that values and rewards collaboration, leadership, excellence, accountability, and mutual respect.

QUALIFICATIONS

The successful professional will have or be:


  • A commitment to and enthusiasm for the mission and vision of the SF-Marin Food Bank;

  • An insightful and inspiring leader, skillful at driving strategic objectives and outcomes in a complex and highly collaborative organization.

  • A record of quantifiable success in fundraising, with experience managing major capital campaigns, cultivating donor relationships and growing annual revenue;

  • A seasoned fundraising professional, with significant experience working with boards, volunteer cabinets and executive leaders

  • A data-driven, analytically minded leader who will set clear key performance indicators and support the team to track outcomes and adjust strategy accordingly;

  • A skilled supervisor and mentor with experience managing a team of advanced fundraisers in a complex department with multiple functions;

  • The ability to establish and maintain an atmosphere of openness and trust;

  • Demonstrated excellence in writing and editing.

  • Ability to work under pressure;

  • Sound judgment, professionalism, a calm demeanor, and a positive attitude;

  • A strategist who is adept at planning, prioritizing, organizing and following through.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT: (The physical and environmental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)

ENVIRONMENT: Standard office with occasional travel to program sites

FINGER DEXTERITY: Requires typing on standard computer.

TALKING: Ability to speak on phone and face to face.

HEARING: Able to hear average or normal conversations and receive ordinary information.

REPETITIVE MOTIONS: Frequent and regular movements using the wrists, hands, and fingers.

AVERAGE VISUAL ABILITIES: Average, ordinary, visual acuity necessary to view computer screens and documents.

PHYSICAL STRENGTH: NOT APPLICABLE.

COMMUNICATION AND COGNITIVE REQUIREMENTS:

REASONING ABILITY: Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide range of complex intellectual and practical problems.

MATHEMATICS ABILITY: Ability to perform advanced math skills, use decimals to compute ratios and percentages, and to draw and interpret graphs.

LANGUAGE ABILITY: Fluency in English.

SALARY: Competitive pay based on qualifications and experience

BENEFITS: Medical, dental, life, long-term disability, and 403(b) retirement plan with employer base and matching contribution. Generous holidays, vacation, and sick time.

The San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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COMPENSATION $20/hr + $1.50/hr bilingual premium if applicable + Full Benefits

PROGRAM Hamilton Transitional Housing-Hayes | 1631 Hayes Street, San Francisco, CA

REPORTS TO Children’s Services Coordinator

WORK SCHEDULE Mondays through Fridays 11:00 am to 7:30 pm

STATUS Full-Time

CLASSIFICATION Non-exempt

UNION REPRESENTATION YES – OPEIU, Local 29; initial fee + monthly dues

Hamilton Families

Our mission is to end family homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area. Established in 1985, Hamilton Families is San Francisco's leading service provider to homeless families, with carefully designed programs to prevent homelessness, provide shelter and stability, return families to permanent housing and support the well-being of children experiencing homelessness. We currently operate these programs across four sites in San Francisco and Oakland. For more information, visit www.hamiltonfamilies.org.

Program and Position Overview

Hamilton Families Transitional Housing in the North of Panhandle neighborhood houses and supports 20 families at high risk for chronic homelessness for up to 18 months. Families receive intensive social services to identify and address factors contributing to their homelessness to enable them to return to stable, independent housing and economic self-sufficiency. The program provides case management, employment readiness activities, job retention support, intensive housing search

support and substance abuse recovery support.

The Children's Services Associate is responsible for planning, organizing, and leading a wide variety of activities for children ranging in age from infancy to teens.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

• Supervise children’s activities including playtime, snacks, tutoring, arts and crafts and field trips.

• Set up and clean up after children’s program activities, and maintain high safety and cleanliness standards in program.

• Work with Coordinator to develop and facilitate children’s and volunteer events and activities.

• Assist the Coordinator in outreach to potential new volunteers.

• Assist the Coordinator in contacting volunteers and maintaining communication with volunteers regarding Volunteer Program needs.

• Consistently evaluate children’s program activities and provide feedback to the Coordinator.

• Observe children’s program volunteers and assist the Coordinator in evaluating their performance.

• Maintain communication with families regarding opportunities for children within the program and within the community.

• Model and facilitate appropriate behavior for participants and staff, respond to participant requests in a professional and courteous manner, and observe and adhere to participant confidentiality standards.

• Respond appropriately to emergencies, including contacting appropriate staff and supervisor(s), interacting with police, fire and medical personnel as needed.

• Actively participate in staff development and staff training as required.

• Participate in coordinating and overseeing the afterschool program, including providing transportation, leading activities and homework help, and supporting children academically, socially and emotionally.

• Participate in weekly case review and other meetings.

• Assist in coordinating partnerships and on site programming.

• Capture participants data on salesforce.

Qualifications, Skills and Abilities

• High school diploma or GED required; Bachelor’s degree preferred, with a concentration in education, child development, social services, or a related field.

• 12 core semester units in early childhood education / development or must meet alternate California Community Care Licensing requirements for School Age Teachers. More info available here: www.ccld.ca.gov.

• Prior experience with children and/or families in an afterschool, classroom or preschool setting preferred.

• 6 months experience in any of the following:

o Licensed childcare

o Teacher assistance in Elementary/Middle school

o Paid or volunteer work in school guidance or counseling programs

o Paid or volunteer work in Physical Ed or youth development

o Paid or volunteer work experience in human services

• TB (Tuberculosis) clearance, and fingerprint imaging (Criminal Background Clearance and Child Abuse Index Clearance) required post offer.

• Driving License & DMV Report required

• Sensitivity to the needs of homeless families; able and willing to work with diverse staff and clients.

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

• Proficient in Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, and Outlook, etc.

• CPR and First Aid certification required within first 6 months of hire.

• Essential job functions include using a telephone, working at a standard computer terminal; ability to follow reasonable ergonomic accommodations; sit and stand for long intervals; reach, bend, lift, and carry up to 40 pounds depending on position; and walk up and down stairs several times a day.

Compensation and Benefits

Hamilton Families (HF) offers excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage, plus tax-advantaged Flexible Spending Arrangements for Health Care and Dependent Care. Employees also have the chance to earn up to $180 per calendar year for participating in various wellness activities and can participate in partnership discounts with various YMCA and 24-Hour Fitness locations. Additionally, HF offers tax-deductible commuter benefits that can be applied to public transit, parking, and ride sharing services like Lyft Line and Uber pool.

The work at HF is designed for individuals to follow their passions and commitment to community. HF takes professional development seriously and offers coaching and training opportunities at every level. A role with the Stability team is great for an individual who is interested in exploring community based nonprofit work, social work, or mental health disciplines. We also offer a $1,000 tuition reimbursement to employees each year (after 12 months of employment) and offer dozens of internal and external trainings for staff at every level annually.

HF employees enjoy generous benefits including 11 paid holidays, 3 weeks of vacation and 2 weeks of sick time per year.

HF offers an employer-matched 403(b) retirement plan, tuition reimbursement, and other great long-term benefits!

Application Procedure

● Click the blue "APPLY" button above or below.

● Please attach your resume and a brief letter of interest.

● No faxes or phone calls.

● Hamilton Families is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.


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Are you a skilled Executive Assistant who believes in lending your skills to end hunger? If so, consider being an Executive Assistant for the San Francisco Marin Food Bank.

The SF Marin Food Bank is comprised of a dedicated team of approximately 150 staff working collaboratively to provide close to 50 million pounds of food to over 210,000 people in the Bay Area – a region where 1 in 4 people are at risk of hunger. We are currently looking for an Executive Assistant to help support our VP of Development and the Development Department. See job description below and apply today if you would like to join us in our mission to end hunger.

POSITION PURPOSE

To provide confidential executive administrative support to the Vice President of Development and other teams in the Development department of the SF-Marin Food Bank.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES

Executive Development Support

Using discretion and confidentiality, complete a wide variety of administrative tasks including the following:


  • Schedule internal and external donor meetings and manage an active calendar of appointments.

  • Produce proposals and materials for donor meetings and solicitations.

  • Produce, coordinate and distribute materials, and set up AV for the Board Development Committee meetings, and as needed for standing department meetings.

  • Coordinate meeting invitations, RSVPs, agendas, track attendance, and take minutes.

  • Provide administrative support as needed for Board fundraising activities.

  • Arrange travel plans and compile travel-related materials.

  • Plan, coordinate and ensure the VP’s schedule is followed and respected. Provide “gatekeeper” and “gateway” role.

  • Communicate directly and on behalf of the VP with Board members, donors, staff and others.

  • Research, prioritize and follow-up on incoming issues and concerns addressed to the VP, including those of a sensitive or confidential nature. Serve as a sounding board and assist VP with the appropriate course of action, referral or response.

  • Manage executive expenses and reporting.

  • Proof drafts of correspondence and various communication documents, and compile feedback from various stakeholders on projects.

  • Work closely and effectively with the VP to keep him/her well informed of upcoming commitments and responsibilities and following-up appropriately.

  • Prioritize conflicting needs and be flexible when priorities shift; handle matters expeditiously and proactively, and follow through on all projects in timely manner.

Ongoing Special Projects


  • Complete development monthly expense reconciliations.

  • Provide budget-related administrative support.

  • Manage various team-specific research, information gathering and data tracking assignments.

  • Create templates for department-wide retreats and projects such as workplan and budget templates.

  • Enter donor information and correspondence in Raiser Edge and manage VP’s upcoming Raiser’s Edge actions and tasks.

  • Maintain the departmentnetwork drive ensuring order and effective archiving.

  • Coordinate with Facilities on stationery, printers and printing supplies.

  • Coordinate with the IT Helpdesk for the VP and other Development staff members as needed

Department Wide Support


  • Manage department subscriptions and memberships.

  • Provide department-wide support as needed.

Organizational Support


  • Act as back-up to the Executive Assistant of the Executive Director as required.

  • Cover lunch and rest breaks at the reception desk as requested.

  • Other duties, as assigned

Leadership


  • Exemplify at all times professionalism and courtesey to all internal and external stakeholders of the Development department and the San Francisco- Marin Food Bank.

QUALIFICATIONS


  • Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent experience.

  • Working knowledge and demonstrated proficiency in MS office, spreadsheet programs, virtual meeting set-up, database management and internet research.

  • Knowledge of non-profit operations.

  • Previous administrative work experience; non-profit organization a plus.

  • Ability to handle highly sensitive material and information with discretion and confidentiality.

  • Strong organizational skills that reflect ability to perform and prioritize multiple tasks seamlessly with excellent attention to detail.

  • Strong interpersonal and verbal communication skills.

  • Strong analytical skills.

  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.

  • Ability to work and interact well with individuals (staff and volunteers) from a variety of socioeconomic backgrounds in a culturally diverse environment.

  • Demonstrated excellent writing skills. Ability to write a variety of materials to different audiences.

  • Available to attend occasional evening meetings and events.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT: (The physical and environmental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)

Environment: Standard office

finger dexterity: Requires typing on standard computer.

TALKING: Ability to speak on phone and face to face.

HEARING: Able to hear average or normal conversations and receive ordinary information.

REPETITIVE MOTIONS: Frequent and regular movements using the wrists, hands, and fingers.

AVERAGE VISUAL ABILITIES: Average, ordinary, visual acuity necessary to view computer screens and documents.

PHYSICAL STRENGTH: Light work; requiring stooping and exerting less than 50 lbs. of force for filing.

COMMUNICATION AND COGNITIVE REQUIREMENTS

REASONING ABILITY: Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide range of intellectual and practical problems. Ability to interpret instructions.

MATHEMATICS ABILITY: Ability to perform basic math skills, use decimals to compute ratios and percentages, and to draw and interpret graphs.

LANGUAGE ABILITY: Fluency in English. Demonstrated excellence in writing and editing.


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Are you a skilled Executive Assistant who believes in lending your skills to end hunger? If so, consider being an Executive Assistant for the San Francisco Marin Food Bank.

The SF Marin Food Bank is comprised of a dedicated team of approximately 150 staff working collaboratively to provide close to 50 million pounds of food to over 210,000 people in the Bay Area – a region where 1 in 4 people are at risk of hunger. We are currently looking for an Executive Assistant to help support the Executive Director of our organization. See job description below and apply today if you would like to join us in our mission to end hunger.

POSITION PURPOSE

To provide confidential executive administrative support to the Executive Director, Board of Directors, Chief Operating Officer and occasionally other senior staff members of the SF-Marin Food Bank.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES

Executive Director Support

Using discretion and confidentiality, complete a wide variety of administrative tasks including the following:


  • Schedule meetings and manage an active calendar of appointments.

  • Manage executive expenses and reporting.

  • Compose and prepare correspondence.

  • Arrange travel plans and compiling travel-related materials.

  • Plan, coordinate and ensure the ED’s schedule is followed and respected. Provide “gatekeeper” and “gateway” role.

  • Communicate directly and on behalf of the ED, with Board members, donors, staff and others.

  • Research, prioritize and follow-up on incoming issues and concerns addressed to the ED, including those of a sensitive or confidential nature. Serve as a sounding board and assist ED with the appropriate course of action, referral or response.

  • Provide a bridge for smooth communication between the ED’s office and internal departments; demonstrates leadership to maintain credibility, trust and support with senior management staff.

  • Work closely and effectively with the ED to keep him/her well informed of upcoming commitments and responsibilities and following-up appropriately. Act as a “barometer,” have a sense of issues taking place in the environment and keeping the ED updated.

  • Manage a variety of special projects for the ED, some of which may have an organizational impact.

  • Prioritize conflicting needs and be flexible when priorities shift; handle matters expeditiously and proactively, and follow through on all projects in timely manner.

Board of Directors Support


  • Produce, coordinate and distribute materials for the Board of Directors’ meetings as well as Board committee/task force meetings.

  • Coordinate meeting agendas, track attendance, and take minutes of board meetings.

  • Maintain SF-Marin Food Bank corporation records: by-laws, amendments, and resolutions.

  • Provide administrative support to Board chairperson, committee chairs and Board members working on special projects.

  • Coordinate flow of information and documents between the Board, ED, and other staff members.

  • Provide staff support for Board’s Governance Committee.

Chief Operating Officer Support


  • Schedule meetings, prepare materials and ensure apporpriate follow-up; plan meetings and small conferences, including arranging for food ; and prepare expense reports, as needed.

  • Take notes at weekly Programs & Operations meetings, monthly Manager’s meetings.

  • Research and analyze information and make recommendations on special projects.

  • Arrange travel plans and compiling travel-related materials.

Organizational Support


  • Cover lunch and rest breaks at the reception desk as requested.

  • Set-up for Board/Officer-level meetings including room arrangement, video conferencing, materials preparation and food and beverage.

  • Schedule organization-wide meetings such as work planning, Town Halls and Community Catch-Ups

  • Post office runs for key mailings

  • Other duties, as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS


  • Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent experience.

  • Working knoweldge and demonstrated proficiency in MS office, spreadsheet programs, database management and internet research.

  • Knowledge of non-profit opearations.

    experience required:

  • Previous administrative work experience; non-profit organization a plus.

  • Ability to handle highly sensitive material and information with discretion and confidentiality.

  • Strong organizational skills that reflect ability to perform and prioritize multiple tasks seamlessly with excellent attention to detail.

  • Strong interpersonal and verbal communication skills.

  • Strong analytical skills.

  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.

  • Demonstrated excellent writing skills. Ability to write a variety of materials to different audiences.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:


  • Valid driver’s license required.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT:

(The physical and environmental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)

ENVIRONMENT: Standard office with occasional travel to program sites

FINGER DEXTERITY: Requires typing on standard computer.

TALKING: Ability to speak on phone and face to face.

HEARING: Able to hear average or normal conversations and receive ordinary information.

REPETITIVE MOTIONS: Frequent and regular movements using the wrists, hands, and fingers.

AVERAGE VISUAL ABILITIES: Average, ordinary, visual acuity necessary to view computer screens and documents.

PHYSICAL STRENGTH: NOT APPLICABLE.

COMMUNICATION AND COGNITIVE REQUIREMENTS

REASONING ABILITY: Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide range of complex intellectual and practical problems.

MATHEMATICS ABILITY: Ability to perform advanced math skills, use decimals to compute ratios and percentages, and to draw and interpret graphs.

LANGUAGE ABILITY: Fluency in English. Fluency in Cantonese and/or Spanish a plus.

SALARY: Competitive pay based on qualifications and experience

BENEFITS: Medical, dental, life, long-term disability, and 403(b) retirement plan with employer base and matching contribution. Generous holidays, vacation, and sick time.

The San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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Are you a skilled Project Leader who believes in lending your skills to end hunger? If so, consider being a Project Leader for the San Francisco Marin Food Bank.

The SF Marin Food Bank is comprised of a dedicated team of approximately 150 staff working collaboratively to provide close to 50 million pounds of food to over 210,000 people in the Bay Area – a region where 1 in 5 people are at risk of hunger. We are currently looking for a Project Leader to help lead volunteer projects and participants. See job description below and apply today if you would like to join us in our mission to end hunger.

POSITION SUMMARY: Project Leaders supervise large groups, organizing volunteers in completing one or two food sorting tasks per shift. This hybrid position bridges the Food Bank’s Operations and Development teams in ensuring food is packed and ready for delivery as well as representing the Food Bank to dozens of potential donors each day. The successful Project Leader is invested in the mission of the Food Bank. S/he is able to speak to a large group, teach people of all backgrounds how to complete a task, manage a busy room of volunteers, and operate heavy machinery.

SCHEDULE: Saturday, Sunday 7:00 am - 3:30 pm, Monday: 7:30am - 4:00pm; Tuesday and Wednesday: 11:30 am - 8:00 pm; Days off -- Thursday and Friday.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Volunteer Supervision and Project Management (50%)



  • Supervise volunteers in multiple shifts each day, including: training in safe warehouse procedures, teaching specific processes based on project, and assigning volunteer tasks according to skills and needs of volunteers.


  • Manage volunteer project, including: preparing room and supplies, monitoring inventory and food safety, cleaning room at end of shift, and submitting accompanying paperwork/data entry.

  • Ensure the safety of volunteers/shoppers (including evacuation if necessary) while at the Food Bank.

  • Conduct orientation/tour, demonstration of project, and debrief/reflection for volunteers, helping communicate specific talking points and ensuring volunteers feel appreciated and useful.

  • Refer long-time volunteers and those who express interest in further tasks to Volunteer Project Manager.

Warehouse Work (35%)



  • Operate material handling equipment (forklifts, pallet jacks, etc.) in a safe manner to perform warehouse duties: receiving, storage, agency order pulling, salvage, produce sorting, etc.

  • Receive, sort, and process produce, salvage, and food drive products.

  • Assist with periodic physical inventories and ongoing inventory control issues.

  • Perform other duties and tasks as required.

Administrative (10%)



  • Complete all paperwork/data entry for volunteer projects, inventory transfers and dump sheets, accurately, and in a timely fashion.

  • Assist in administering Workfare Program. Recruit, interview, train, manage, and maintain records for participants.

Other (5%)



  • Participate in organization, department, and team meetings and trainings.


QUALIFICATIONS:


  • High School diploma or equivalent, one-year experience in volunteer supervision or related nonprofit work preferred.

  • Ability to work and interact well with individuals (staff and volunteers) from a variety of socioeconomic backgrounds in a culturally diverse environment.

  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.

  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to prioritize tasks in the warehouse.

  • Ability to operate reach forklifts, pallet jacks, etc., or willing to learn.

  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds on a regular basis.

  • Ability to accurately enter data.

  • Use of basic arithmetic to maintain accurate transactions.

  • Able to work assigned schedule.

BENEFITS: The Food Bank offers generous benefits including medical, dental, life, long-term disability, and 403(b) retirement plan with employer contribution. Generous holiday, vacation, and sick time.

**To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to complete each of the essential job requirements satisfactorily. The qualifications listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.

The SF-Marin Food Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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Friends of the Children – SF Bay Area (Friends-SF) is part of a growing national network of mentoring chapters with a proven long-term track record of helping children break the cycle of generational poverty.

We employ trained, full-time professional mentors – we call them “Friends” – to provide a stable, caring, and sustained relationship in each child’s life. Our program works to empower each child for 12-1/2 years, no matter what!

Each or our Professional Mentors develops intensive, long-term, trusting relationships with eight children who face the greatest obstacles. This means:

· Set positive expectations

· Nurture and promote the child’s individual strengths, talents and abilities

· Help assure physical and emotional well-being

· Teach life and academic skills

· Provide enrichment activities

· Model responsible behavior

· Each Friend will spend approximately four hours per week with each child and will report directly to the Program Director.

The ideal candidate will have:

· Minimum of AA degree, BA preferred

· At least 1-2 years experience working with youth who face the greatest obstacles

· Familiarity with the Bayview Hunters Point section of San Francisco or similar communities a plus.

Other Requirements:

· Must pass drug screening

· Must have your own vehicle, safe driving record and valid driver's license

· Must pass fingerprint and background checks

· Must possess a mission-driven growth mindset

· Must be comfortable using web based data management tools

· Work hours may vary at times, but are generally 10am-6pm, Tuesday - Saturday. Flexibility and reliability is essential.

· You’ll start in the early stages of a small growing nonprofit

· You’ll be part of a dynamic and supportive national network, with a proven, evidence-based mentoring model;

· You’ll have new challenges daily, and we commit to support you in every way, to help you serve our kids and to keep your batteries charged;

· You’ll be part of a friendly and collaborative workplace, where work-life balance is respected; and

· Most of all, you’ll play a critical role in helping children who face significant obstacles change the trajectories of their lives!

Salary: $45,600 to $50,000, depending on experience and qualifications.

Benefits: Full Medical, dental and vision coverage; 401(k) matching plan, basic life insurance and long term disability insurance; 3 weeks of paid vacation and 2 weeks of paid sick leave per year, generous allowances for mileage, cellphone and other child-related expenses.

To learn more about Friends-SF, please go to:

Friends of the Children – SF Bay Area is committed to our community, to equal employment opportunity, and to diversity in our workplace. We are fiercely committed to equity and will ensure that every aspect of our mission is executed with full engagement of the communities impacted by our work.

Local (San Francisco Bay Area) candidates only.


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If you are passionate about Early Childhood Education,come work for our newly acquired and largest Building Kidz School in San Jose, a leading firm in our industry in the metro area, we are the place to work! Our company has been named in the top 100 franchises in the country.

Building Kidz - San Jose is looking to hire an experienced Preschool Teacher to help us keep growing. If you're hard-working and dedicated, Building Kidz - San Jose is an ideal place to get ahead.

Best of all, our performing arts program and curriculum surpasses all others! Join us as we grow in the United States and abroad!!

 

Apply today!

Responsibilities


  • Implement daily curriculum activities in line with Building Kidz curriculum

  • Engage with young children in activities that are age-appropriate whilst bearing educational merit

  • Foster a positive and healthy learning environment

  • Ensure the classroom is kept in a clean and safe condition at all times

  • Read stories to the children as a group activity

  • Encourage creative thinking and learning

  • Interact with other teachers and administrative staff as needed

  • Communicate with parents regarding child development and progress

Qualifications


  • ECE state educational requirements and certifications required

  • Prior experience working in Child Care

  • Up to date immunizations

  • Must pass a background check

  • Strong knowledge of educational techniques and methods for teaching young children

  • Patient and supportive approach to the learning process

  • Enthusiastic and encouraging

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Ability to stand and move around for long hours at a time while teaching

Pay Frequency:


  • Bi weekly or Twice monthly

Schedule:


  • Monday to Friday

  • Day shift

Work Location:


  • One location


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Do you want to join a dream team of educators who are innovative, passionate, and committed to challenging the status quo in public education and building a model for academically rigorous social justice education in Oakland and beyond?!

ARISE High School, a small charter school in East Oakland, California focused on preparing students to find success in college and career, is growing and seeking passionate and skilled teachers interested in joining a crew of dedicated and experienced educators, students, parents, and community leaders who struggle together to help create a more just, healthy, and equitable society.

WHO WE ARE:

At ARISE we nurture, train, and discipline our school community to engage in a continuous practice of developing mind, heart, and body towards a vision where we actively rise up. Agency and self-determination drive our struggle to improve our own material and social conditions towards a more healthy, equitable, & just society.

The mission of ARISE High School is to empower ourselves with the skills, knowledge, and agency to become highly educated, humanizing, critically conscious, intellectual, and reflective leaders in our community.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS FOR TEACHERS

▪ Hold a valid California Teaching Credential in the subject area, or be willing to acquire a ​CTE credential in Health Science and Medical Technology

▪ Be able to work from and build upon an established curriculum, scope, and sequence

▪ Growth mindset, commitment to building a healthy staff culture of professional learners

▪ Commitment to equity and serving the students, families, and community of ARISE

▪ Committed to further developing the skills and examining the ideologies associated with the ARISE Instructional Core​ criteria

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS FOR TEACHERS

▪ The successful candidate will have demonstrated proficiency in all areas of our ​ARISE

Instructional Core​:


  1. Restorative Justice

  2. Literacy strategies

  3. Culturally relevant teaching

  4. Rigorous instruction through project-based learning

  5. Standards-based teaching

  6. Classroom aesthetics

▪ Experience in individual and collaborative curriculum development

▪ Experience with trauma-informed classroom and restorative justice

▪ Two years of credentialed teaching experience in an urban setting

▪ Advanced degree in subject-matter content or education

▪ Familiarity working with Common Core standards

▪ Experience with assessments for and of learning ( standards based grading)

▪ Experience with gradual release instruction (i.e. “I do - We do - You do”) and student-centered

instructional practices

TEACHER JOB RESPONSIBILITIES & EXPECTATIONS

▪ Teach five sections of a course/courses within your discipline and one section of Advisory

▪ Attend and participate fully in weekly Professional Development and weekly or bi-weekly coaching meetings with an instructional coach (all teachers at ARISE have a dedicated instructional coach)

▪ Participate in professional development opportunities to develop skills and expand scope of curricular and instructional knowledge and understanding (including school-wide professional development retreats, critical inquiry group participation, opportunities with school partners, and outside individual professional development)

▪ Provide regular feedback to students about their progress, including completing quarterly progress reports and updating the online grade book weekly

▪ Participate in “Academic Familia” grade level meetings to problem solve student issues and build out collaborative, cross-curricular projects

▪ Develop project-based “Rigorous Summative Assessments” in alignment with our ​Graduate Profile

▪ Collaborate with teachers/peers and our Adelante Student Support team to provide a consistent academic support system for all students

▪ Participate in peer observations with other teachers to heighten the effectiveness and experience of our community of teachers as learners

▪ Align course content with our Public and Community Health Pathway

▪ Provide academic support outside of class to our students (e.g. tutoring, mentoring, homework assistance, including one afternoon each week assisting with required study hall hours) at least twice per week.

▪ Contribute to teaching a two-week beyond the classroom course during our Post Session, which runs for the final two weeks of the school year

▪ Attend and support additional beyond the classroom activities including Advisory retreats, College Tours, Days of Service, Student-led conferences, and Exhibition nights)

CTE SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS

▪ Attend and participate as needed in weekly Professional Development that is aligned with school wide priorities or CTE pathway

▪ Collaborate with science teacher to ensure that Public and Community Health curriculum and best practices are being utilized

▪ Participate in monthly advisory board meetings to review Public and Community Health pathway initiatives and best practices

▪ Commitment to aligning course content with our Public and Community Health Pathway

RESPONSIBILITIES AS AN ADVISOR

▪ Provide academic, socio-emotional, personal guidance, and support to a grade-level homogenous Advisory class of 15-22 students, including support towards fulfilling graduation requirements (e.g. Defenses, community programs, cultural immersion, etc.)

▪ Exemplify and reinforce the ARISE Vision, Mission, and Core Values in and beyond Advisory

▪ Collaborate with students, parents/guardians and other teachers to address the academic and

social needs of advisees; provide consistent follow-up with/for students, parents/guardians and

teachers in the role of Advisor

▪ Facilitate the maintenance of student portfolios

▪ Hold a focused independent reading time space 3x per week during Advisory

▪ Coordinate bi-annual student-led conferences

▪ Conduct home visits to meet with advisees and their families as necessary

TEACHER LEADERS

We at ARISE are excited to bring on experienced teacher leaders to help realize our ARISE Mission and Vision. We encourage teachers to participate in leadership roles in school development and are provided a stipend for doing so. Such duties include: operations, and/or administration, internship coordinator, technology coordinator, data coordinator, advisory coordinator, Academic Familia lead, etc.

SALARY AND SCHEDULE

▪ Competitive, with health, sick, and pension benefits

▪ Stipends available for leadership responsibilities, advanced degrees, Spanish fluency


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Swim Instruction for children (ages 6 months +) and adults. Responsible for groups of up to 4 to 6 swimmers at a time or private 1:1 lessons. Swim instructors that have been certified as Water Safety Instructors and who currently hold Lifeguarding and CPR for the Professional Rescuer certifications will be considered for employment first. Applicants with past swim team experience are also great candidates. Swim Instructors will be trained to teach with our methodologies after hired for employment. Applicants educated in child development, psychology and lifesaving skills are highly encouraged to apply.

Lifeguards must have Lifeguarding and CPR for the Professional Rescuer Certifications to be considered for any Lifeguarding jobs. Lifeguarding shifts are assigned as they come in and can vary from 2-5 hour shifts. (paid for a minimum of 2 hours)

Seahorse Swim School is hiring motivated, energetic and reliable Swim Instructors and Lifeguards for Spring, Summer and Fall swim programs. We teach all ages, levels and abilities to swim aged 6 months and up. Applicants that are hired in Spring are expected to be available for work in the Summer and Fall to maintain consistency in instructors from March to October. (You must be able to work in the Summer too).

Hours avail to teach: Tues/Thurs 2-6pm and Saturdays 9 -1 (sometimes 2) pm at Aptos location. Lifeguarding jobs are available with us throughout the County in the Spring, Summer and early Fall and are at private locations that are mostly Sat and Sun from 2-5pm. Jobs are assigned as they come up. Travel stipends are paid to travel to each location as well and you will be paid a minimum of 2 hours for any guarding job.

Pay starts at $14/hr while training, goes up to $15/hr once you are able to take on your own classes, and then is increased based on job performance, reliability and consistency. Those with experience teaching, come with good/great references and also hold a current LGT cert, will start at $15/hr (or more) as we would assume you would take on your own classes sooner and would be raised based on job performance, reliability and consistency.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $14.00 to $18.00 /hour

Please submit your resume. Please see website for all Spring and Summer Program details and locations, etc.

Do not contact this company in solicitation of any product or service.


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If you are passionate about Early Childhood Education,come work for our newly acquired and largest Building Kidz School in San Jose, a leading firm in our industry in the metro area, we are the place to work! Our company has been named in the top 100 franchises in the country.

 

Building Kidz - San Jose is looking to hire an experienced Preschool Teacher to help us keep growing. If you're hard-working and dedicated, Building Kidz - San Jose is an ideal place to get ahead.

Best of all, our performing arts program and curriculum surpasses all others! Join us as we grow in the United States and abroad!!

 

Apply today!

Responsibilities


  • Implement daily curriculum activities in line with Building Kidz curriculum

  • Engage with young children in activities that are age-appropriate whilst bearing educational merit

  • Foster a positive and healthy learning environment

  • Ensure the classroom is kept in a clean and safe condition at all times

  • Read stories to the children as a group activity

  • Encourage creative thinking and learning

  • Interact with other teachers and administrative staff as needed

  • Communicate with parents regarding child development and progress

Qualifications


  • ECE state educational requirements and certifications required

  • Prior experience working in Child Care

  • Up to date immunizations

  • Must pass a background check

  • Strong knowledge of educational techniques and methods for teaching young children

  • Patient and supportive approach to the learning process

  • Enthusiastic and encouraging

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Ability to stand and move around for long hours at a time while teaching

Pay Frequency:


  • Bi weekly or Twice monthly

Schedule:


  • Monday to Friday

  • Day shift

Work Location:


  • One location


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