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Our product enables local businesses to deliver a five-star customer experience. People have a better experience when the business is responsive, engaged, and customer-centric. By helping local businesses serve their customers better, we also help them thrive.

Our culture is diverse and inclusive and what we all have in common is that we find purpose in our work, we know our work has meaning, and we strive to learn from one another as we build Broadly together!


As Vice President of Client Services, you'll be responsible for our customer experience. You'll be leading a team of fifty people in our two offices.

Compensation: $200k+ plus equity and bonus DOE

VP of CS Responsibilities:

  • Create a company-wide culture of Customer Success and align with Executive Team on key business objectives.

  • Define operational metrics and benchmarks to measure customer health (activation, adoption, usage, satisfaction, upsell, retention, etc.).

  • Optimize and manage customer on-boarding, training, implementation, renewals and retention activities and processes for Customer Success, Professional Services, and Customer Care teams.

  • Scale customer success operations by adopting customer success management, predictive analytics, business intelligence, and customer support technologies.

  • Drive new business growth through expansion and up-sell initiatives.

  • Align with Sales and Marketing to develop sales qualification, vertical specialization, customer retention, advocacy programs, and customer communications.

  • Work alongside Product and Operations teams to improve Broadly’s services and product offerings.

  • Create a company-wide customer feedback process to drive cross-department business initiatives. Our company is built on transparency and feedback, after all!


  • 5+ years experience leading customer-facing organizations

  • 5+ years in a management role, leading large teams

  • Strong understanding of SaaS and recurring revenue business model

  • Proven track record of scaling customer success operations

  • Understanding and empathy for local businesses

  • Strong team mentorship and coaching abilities

  • Entrepreneurial mindset with a strong work ethic

  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal, written communication, and presentation skills


  • Flexible Time Off: We believe that balance between work and life is essential to happiness and success, so work hard and take the time you need

  • Health Coverage: We offer competitive coverage plans for medical, dental and vision, because you’re worth it

  • Food: We serve catered lunch every week, host company get-togethers, and stock the office with bountiful snacks

  • Fitness: Gym subsidy, commuter benefit

  • Travel: Ask us about our International Travel Stipend

  • Team Bonding: Team Outings, Regular Meet'n'Greets,, Quarterly All-Hands, Team off sites and more!

  • Equity Package

  • Did you know that many applicants don't read the whole job description? Please tell us the weather where you live when you apply!

Broadly is committed to providing and promoting equal opportunity for all employees and applicants. We comply fully with the spirit, as well as the letter, of all applicable local, state, and federal laws and regulations implementing the national objective of equal employment opportunity. Broadly does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, citizenship status, national origin, ancestry, gender, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, age, religion, creed, physical or mental disability, marital or domestic partner status, veteran status, political or religious affiliations, height, weight, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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Are you passionate about creating deeper connections between children and nature? Do you love being outside in nature and have experience leading groups of kids? Vilda is looking for highly skilled instructors to join our dynamic teaching team. We have all outdoor, nature immersion homeschool, early childhood and after school programs in Fairfax, Petaluma, and San Rafael. We are looking for an instructor for 3-4 days per week (more full time hours could be available for the right candidate) and then 5 days per week for summer (with occasional weeks off by request), with the opportunity to be promoted to a site manager for candidates who are super organized and excellent communicators. Please see to learn more about us and our programs.


Instructors plan and lead nature connection education (with the help of a program assistant) in groups of about 10-12 children, maintaining group safety, facilitating positive group dynamics, deepening children's knowledge and connection to the local environment through leading games, storytelling, exploration and the art of questioning, and teaching earth based skills.


We have one instructor at each of our summer camp locations in charge of also managing the site, being the main point of communication between the directors and the other teaching staff, the parents of the campers, and the agents or owners of the land we run programs on, keeping supplies organized and in stock, and running the morning staff meeting.


*A positive, flexible and heart based outlook on life

*4 or more years of experience working with children in educational fields, 2 or more of those in nature education

*Knowledge of local plants and animals and a desire to be outdoors in any weather

*Total comfort in jumping in and teaching a group of 10-15 kids outdoors and great student management skills

*Responsible, enjoy working with a small team

*Current first aid and CPR (WFA or WFR preferred)

*reliable transportation and ability to work at our San Rafael, Fairfax or Petaluma sites


*Some training in the Jon Young 8 Shields lineage, Tom Brown kids programs or other similar program

*wilderness skills such as animal tracking, survival, foraging, fire by friction, navigation

*craft skills such as basketry, felting, herbalism, carpentry

*experience with kayaking and/or lifeguarding

*Currently based in the North Bay with intentions to stay in the area

*a year or more experience managing staff or volunteers

*A clean exceptional driving record


$20-26 per hour depending on experience.


Possibility of training to become a site manager ($25-30/hr) for the right individuals

TO APPLY: send resume and a brief cover letter to this email and also fill out our online application here:

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Seeds of Awareness, Inc. (“Seeds”) is accepting applications for the Holistic Counseling Centers

(HCC) Program Director.


Seeds of Awareness mission is to transform schools and communities by cultivating empathy,

connection and awareness. We value diversity and social equity in all aspects of our organization and

aim to increase access to social-emotional services by communities that have been systematically

marginalized. Our vision is a future where emotional intelligence is the norm, where empathy and

mindfulness are embedded in our education system, and where therapeutic support is accessible and


Seeds is a nonprofit 501(c)(3), and a collection of psychologists, psychotherapists, school counselors,

educators and trainers who provide wrap around therapeutic and educational services to individuals,

families, schools, organizations and the community at large utilizing our mindfulness-based



The Program Director is a 20-25 hour per week position for a core member of the HCC team

whose primary role will be the management of the Seeds Holistic Counseling Centers in Oakland

and Petaluma. The director is responsible for the budget, staffing, and for building a strong culture

and community with the Seeds of Awareness Holistic Counseling Program. The director reports to

the Executive Director, and works along-side the Clinical Manager. This position requires

attendance at regular weekly business meetings on Mondays and trainings in Oakland on Tuesdays.

Occasional travel to Petaluma is also needed.

Ideal Candidate has: 

 ➢ Experience as a Program Director, ideally managing a counseling center

➢ Budgeting and strategic planning experience 

 ➢ A BBS mental health license (MFT, LPCC, LCSW, Psychologist) 

 ➢ Experience supervising and managing interns and associates 

 ➢ At least three years of clinical experience with a range of children, teens and family systems 

 ➢ Experience working with culturally and neuro-diverse children, adults, and families 

 ➢ Familiarity with mindfulness-based clinical approaches and theory 

 ➢ Experience running groups with youth and adult populations 

 ➢ Understanding of social and emotional learning methodologies 

 ➢ Knowledge and comfort with Beacon and/or county Medi-Cal 

 ➢ Excellent written and oral communication skills 

 ➢ Genuine interest in and connections to diverse communities  

➢ Strong sense of motivation, self-responsibility and passion for Seeds mission and services 

 ➢ Commitment to self-care and vision for personal and professional growth with Seeds

APPLICATION PERIOD: Applications accepted through December 16, 2019 

COMPENSATION: Competitive Salary -- 20-25 hours/week-- Salaried w/ vacation time. 

TO APPLY: Please fill out online application at 


 NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY: Seeds of Awareness, Inc. does not discriminate in any

program, activity, or in employment on the basis of actual or perceived age, sex, race, ethnic

background, veteran status, ancestry, pregnancy, national origin, physical or mental disability,

medical information, marital status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender or religion.

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  Position Title: Director of Youth Program   

Summary Under direct supervision of the Director of Operations, the purpose of this job is to perform duties related to the operation of the BTWCSC youth programs. This includes facilitating, development, organization, marketing, implementing, directing, and evaluating the programs and other tasks necessary to operate youth the programs of the BTWCSC effective and efficiently. Accountable for creating a nurturing, empowering and inspiring environment for all youth. Responsible facilitating comprehensive age-appropriate activities that allow for social, cognitive and physical growth to benefit all youth. Identify appropriate youth development activities: including recreation, education & arts.   

The Role · Writes, edits, and coordinates development of educational materials, training manuals, and/or brochures, as appropriate to the program. · Identify and plan appropriate enriching, educational and recreational activities.  · Oversee the day to day activities, responsible for providing training and ongoing support for mentors, initiating and maintaining coordination of program activities with administrators from targeted schools, and planning and conducting program activities and events.  

  • Secure and utilize speakers,      instructors and appropriate community resources to provide creative      programs for youth in such areas as STEM and Steam, Arts, Physical      Activities, etc.

  • Publicize youth programs and      activities and recruit prospective participants.

  • Oversee the preparation of      facilities and procurement of materials and supplies needed to carry out      program activities.

· Monitors program/project revenues and expenses for cost effectiveness of programming. · Serves as a principal liaison between students, faculty, staff, other departments, and/or external constituencies; facilitates seminars, meetings, special projects, and problem resolution. · Help recruit, train and supervise youth program staff. Ensures that personnel policies of BTWCSC are adhered to in all hiring and employment practices.  · Conducts regular youth staff performance reviews with the Director of Operations. · Provide for staff training activities that enhance skills and motivate performance.   

  • Recruit and supervise parents, high school/college students, and other adults who provide volunteer assistance to youth programs.

  • Manage transportation for participants

  • Assist Chief Executive Officer  in grant writing and other fundraising efforts to support youth programs.

  • Provide  an organizational culture that facilitates positive employee relations

  • Continually build relationships with collaborative partners that provide youth related activities.

  • Acknowledge and achieve program-related goals for contracts relating to youth programming.      

  • Assist in the maintenance of appropriate statistical program information; prepare and submit required statistical reports and claims to appropriate funder(s) in a timely manner.

  • Serve  as BTWCSC lead staff through participation in community youth initiatives in which BTWCSC is considered a      provider or stakeholder.

  • Provide direct leadership to programs as agreed      upon with Director of Operations.

  • Other  duties as may be assigned by the Chief Executive Officer.

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Are you passionate about creating deeper connections between children and nature? Do you love being outside in nature and have experience leading groups of kids? Vilda is looking for highly skilled instructors to join our dynamic teaching team. We have all outdoor, nature immersion homeschool, early childhood and after school programs in Fairfax, Petaluma, and San Rafael. We are looking for an instructor for 3-4 days per week (more full time hours could be available for the right candidate) and then 5 days per week for summer (with occasional weeks off by request), with the opportunity to be promoted to a site manager for candidates who are super organized and excellent communicators. Please see to learn more about us and our programs.


Instructors plan and lead nature connection education (with the help of a program assistant) in groups of about 10-12 children, maintaining group safety, facilitating positive group dynamics, deepening children's knowledge and connection to the local environment through leading games, storytelling, exploration and the art of questioning, and teaching earth based skills.


We have one instructor at each of our summer camp locations in charge of also managing the site, being the main point of communication between the directors and the other teaching staff, the parents of the campers, and the agents or owners of the land we run programs on, keeping supplies organized and in stock, and running the morning staff meeting.


*A positive, flexible and heart based outlook on life

*4 or more years of experience working with children in educational fields, 2 or more of those in nature education

*Knowledge of local plants and animals and a desire to be outdoors in any weather

*Total comfort in jumping in and teaching a group of 10-15 kids outdoors and great student management skills

*Responsible, enjoy working with a small team

*Current first aid and CPR (WFA or WFR preferred)

*reliable transportation and ability to work at our San Rafael, Fairfax or Petaluma sites


*Some training in the Jon Young 8 Shields lineage, Tom Brown kids programs or other similar program

*wilderness skills such as animal tracking, survival, foraging, fire by friction, navigation

*craft skills such as basketry, felting, herbalism, carpentry

*experience with kayaking and/or lifeguarding

*Currently based in the North Bay with intentions to stay in the area

*a year or more experience managing staff or volunteers

*A clean exceptional driving record


$20-26 per hour depending on experience.


Possibility of training to become a site manager ($25-30/hr) for the right individuals

TO APPLY: send resume and a brief cover letter to this email and also fill out our online application here:

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Position: Program Director

Reports to: Executive Director and/or designee

Direct Reports: Four (4) manager-level direct reports with approximately twenty-five (25) indirect reports.

Classification: Exempt

Schedule:The Program Director should expect to work a minimum of 40 hours on-site or as many hours as required to complete the job. Position requires flexibility to work as well as on-call availability in the event of an emergency on weekends, before and after regular business hours (8:30 am to 5:00 pm).

Agency Overview: La Casa de las Madres (La Casa) is a California not-for-profit corporation established to provide services for battered women and their children. Founded in 1976, La Casa is San Francisco’s oldest domestic violence program, providing comprehensive supportive services through an Emergency Shelter, 2-24 hour hotlines, non-residential Community Programs, and Community Education and Outreach Programs.

Our Mission:La Casa de las Madres’ mission is to respond to calls for help from domestic violence victims, of all ages, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We give survivors the tools to transform their lives. We seek to prevent future violence by educating the community and by redefining public perceptions about domestic violence.

Position Description: As part of the management team and under the direct supervision of the Executive Director, the Program Director is responsible for leading and managing domestic and intimate partner violence program services and support to women, teens and their children including where these services overlap and intersect with sexual assault, stalking, trafficking and other abuse. The Program Director will directly supervise program managers and coordinators responsible for service delivery at multiple locations including a confidentially located emergency shelter and community programs. Essential functions and primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

Program Planning, Oversight and Evaluation:

  • Lead the implementation of programs and delivery of services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year through effective management of agency resources.

  • Develop work-plans by funding source (DOSW, MOH, HSA, CACFP, CalOES, foundations, etc.) and monitor program activities, regularly, to ensure activities are aligned and in full compliance with proposed services, objectives are met, and program staff is on track to meet goals.

  • Attend, regularly, all relevant funding source meetings, trainings and events to stay current on contractual related matters.

  • Contribute to strategic planning, oversight and development of all programming.

  • Coordinate with Development and Finance Departments to prepare program budgets, financial and narrative, timely reports – demonstrating achievement – as required to public and private funding sources.

  • Manage and analyze the collection of accurate client documentation and program service data in compliance with contract and grant reporting requirements.

  • Develop, convene, manage and maintain effective community partnerships and when appropriate engage through Operational Agreements and/or Memorandums of Understanding.

  • Identify best practices and create systems that ensure that services and programs are developed and implemented in accordance with public and private contract and funding source requirements, goals, objectives, outcomes and practices.

  • Analyze client satisfaction and program effectiveness (internal tools/external trends), report findings to the Executive Director and develop new evaluation/feedback systems as needed.

  • Provide 24-hour on-call coverage for emergencies of any kind either directly or through delegation.

  • Special projects and other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.

Administrative and Human Resources:

  • In consultation with the Executive Director, recruit, interview, hire, on-board and retain well qualified employees and consultants.

  • Support managers to ensure knowledge and compliance with personnel policies and procedures for all employees, volunteers and consultants.

  • Ensure that all program employees and consultants receive an appropriate orientation to the organization and the programs.

  • Establish and implement a professional development plan to address employee experience and skill gaps and ensure that every direct service employee is qualified having completed 40 hours of state mandated specialized domestic violence counselor training as set forth in the California State Welfare and Institutions Code Sections 19290-18309.8 and the Evidence Code Sections 1037-1037.8.

  • Supervise program staff through ongoing feedback, coaching, training, input and direction to sustain a positive work environment, high morale, inclusion and collaboration, ensure delivery of high quality programs and foster productivity and accountability.

  • Oversee the implementation of daily operating procedures, safety protocols and administrative functions for shelter and community programs (red binder).

  • Regularly engage with clients and stakeholders to gain community support and to welcome input for program improvement and enhancement.

  • Lead program specific meetings, staff meetings and in-service trainings

  • Serve as an active member of La Casa’s management team.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree (MA/MFT/MSW) 5 to 7 years of progressive senior level management and/or supervisory experience in a nonprofit setting.

  • Will consider ten (10) plus years relevant work experience in lieu of an advanced degree.

  • Verifiable completion of state mandated 40 hour domestic violence counselor training or will complete the next scheduled agency 40 hour domestic violence counselor training.

  • Proven ability to lead a team towards success and reach required goals and obligations on a consistent basis.

  • Outstanding communicator (verbal and written) an aptitude for public speaking, training and partnership building.

  • Proven track record of managing public and private grants and/or contracts for programs.

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, etc.).

  • Superior record with meeting deadlines and juggling multiple tasks and projects.

  • Demonstrated ability to interface with high level departmental and community leaders, represent the agency and programs at local and statewide conferences, public hearings and other events.

  • Must available to work including on-call availability in the event of an emergency on weekends, before and after regular business hours (8:30 am to 5 pm) for events, outreach activities, training and to meet program and administrative deadlines.

  • Able to maintain confidential, accurate, and complete records including daily activities, monthly, quarterly and annual reports, etc.

  • Ability to meet the physical requirements of the job including lifting, carrying, pulling, pushing and walking up stairs (1 to 5 flights, multiple times a day).

  • Clearance through fingerprinting (Live Scan) required. La Casa de las Madres will consider applicants, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with San Francisco’s Fair Chance Ordinance.

  • Valid California Driver’s License, clean driving record and insurable under agency’s policy.

  • Willing and able to commit to a 3-5 year tenure at La Casa de las Madres.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Knowledgeable about the dynamics of domestic/intimate partner violence including impacts and responses, types of abuse, the cycle of violence, and effects of exposure; safety planning, warning signs and escalation, addressing risk assessments; abusive vs. healthy relationships and understanding power-over vs. respect.

  • Verifiable completion of state mandated 40 hour domestic violence counselor training.

Required Competencies: To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies in executing the essential functions of this position.

  • Problem solving – identify and resolve problems in a timely manner by gathering and analyzing information skillfully.

  • Interpersonal skills – maintain confidentiality, remain open to others’ ideas and exhibit a willingness to try new approaches.

  • Managing Up - Ability to exercise good judgment and manage communications with supervisor and/or agency leadership.

  • Oral communications – speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations, demonstrates group presentation skills and ability to conduct meetings.

  • Written communications – edits work for spelling and grammar, presents numerical data effectively and is able to read and interpret written information.

  • Planning/organizing – prioritizes and plans work activities, uses time efficiently and develops realistic action plans.

  • Quality control – demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness and monitors own work to ensure quality.

  • Adaptability – adapts to changes in the work environment, manages competing demands and is able to deal with frequent change, delays or unexpected events.

  • Dependability – consistently at work and on time, follows instructions, responds to management direction and solicits feedback to improve performance.

  • Safety and security – actively promotes and personally observes safety and security procedures, and uses equipment and materials properly.

Compensation & Other Information: Salary: Competitive - DOE. Excellent benefit package includes: Kaiser/HSA health plan, dental, life insurance, long term disability, employee assistance program, employee funded 403 (b) retirement plan and generous vacation plan. The Program Director position is a full-time, exempt position requiring flexibility that will include working evening and weekend hours.

How to apply: Qualified candidates should submit their resume and cover letter. The cover letter should describe your experience of and perspective on the following: 1) Your knowledge of domestic/intimate partner violence and/or homelessness and domestic violence; 2) Describe your management/supervisory style and what you like most about managing staff; 3) Your commitment to the mission of La Casa de las Madres. 4) Your salary requirement.

Email your application packet to: incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Please no phone calls.

You may also submit your cover letter and resume via mail to:

La Casa de las Madres – PD

Attention: Human Resources

1269 Howard Street

San Francisco, CA 94103

Principals Only. We do not accept resumes from third parties and we will not pay fee to an agency. Any unsolicited resumes received will be considered the property of La Casa de las Madres and will be processed accordingly.

La Casa de las Madres is an Equal Opportunity Employer. La Casa de las Madres is committed to maintaining a culturally diverse workforce that reflects the make-up of the communities we serve. People of color, women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and survivors of domestic violence are encouraged to apply.

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About the Rose Foundation for Communities and the Environment 

The Oakland-based Rose Foundation for Communities and the Environment supports community driven action for the environment, community health, and people’s rights. Our New Voices Are Rising program engages high school students from Oakland’s most impacted neighborhoods, encouraging youth to step forward as a new generation of environmental justice leaders. Each year our Summer Climate Justice Leadership Academy provides intensive training for 16 students; and our school year Fellowship program engages 3-5 high school student Fellows in organizing, research and outreach projects around climate justice and environmental equity.  Staff and Fellows also lead workshops and service activities on high school campuses and in the broader community.   

Position Summary 

The Program Director is the lead staff person for the New Voices Are Rising program. They spearhead a collaborative process to shape the long range vision for the program; set the program’s goals for youth leadership development and advancing environmental justice; secure program funding; maintain partnerships with funders, community partners, and government officials; and coordinate the overall management of the program, including direct supervision of one full-time staff member.   

The Ideal Candidate 

The ideal candidate is deeply committed to, and experienced in, youth development, community-driven work, environmental justice education and advocacy. They are comfortable working with youth of color from Oakland, including queer youth, and passionate about encouraging young people to step forward as community leaders. They are a strong writer with experience in nonprofit fundraising, particularly government grant writing and reporting. They have strong project management skills, and experience with program planning, assessment, and managing complex grant contracts. The ideal candidate is excited to work collaboratively with other staff, community members and students to set the overall program direction, and vision.   

We encourage candidates to apply who were born and raised in Oakland, and who are comfortable conversing in Spanish.  We also strongly encourage people of color to apply, as well as candidates who identify as women, femme, non-binary, or LGBTQ+.


Duties and Responsibilities  

  • Program Design & Management: The New Voices Are Rising Program Director takes the lead in setting the vision and overall direction of the program, shaping the curriculum arc, designing, managing and evaluating impact, and securing funding. 

  • Student Engagement: The Program Director provides overall guidance in implementing programs for student engagement and youth development around environmental and social justice issues, and supervises and supports the Program Coordinator in youth-facing work. 

  • Fundraising/Development: The Program Director works closely with Development and New Voices staff to plan and carry out fundraising activities, taking the lead on grant writing and reporting, and designing specific projects that respond to government and foundation RFPs. 

  • Grants Management: The Program Director leads a collaborative grants management process, and is ultimately responsible for ensuring that grant deliverables are completed, that data tracking systems are created and used, and deadlines met.

  • Partnerships: The Program Director takes the lead in establishing and maintaining partnerships with community groups, government agencies, elected officials and local schools to coordinate collaborative projects and advance environmental justice.

For further detail on Duties and Responsibilities please see the job description posted on our website.  


Required Qualifications  

  • Strong commitment to environmental protection and social justice.

  • A minimum of five years combined experience in youth leadership development, community organizing and environmental advocacy or policy work required, including experience working with youth of color and queer youth.

  • At least two years experience developing and implementing programs, including curriculum development and program planning, management & evaluation.

  • Strong writing and project management skills.

  • At least two years experience in grantwriting, reporting and nonprofit fund      development with significant experience applying for and managing complex      government grants or multi-partner grants from large foundations.

  • Careful  attention to detail, and ability to work under multiple priorities and      deadlines with a collaborative problem-solving approach and the      flexibility to thrive in a small office. 

  • A minimum of a two-year college degree required, with four-year college degree preferred.

  • Must be willing to work a flexible schedule based on student activities and      agency and partner scheduling constraints, including occasional evenings      and weekends.

Desired Qualifications  

  • Experience working with Oakland youth or on Oakland environmental justice issues at a community level.

  • Familiarity with local, regional and statewide decision-making bodies, community organizations, environmental advocacy organizations, and organizations serving youth.

  • Experience in program evaluation, including setting up evaluation systems for accurate and valid assessment, and analyzing data to draw conclusions and make recommendations.

  • Bilingual fluency in English and Spanish or another language commonly spoken in the Bay Area.

  • Licensed driver able to transport students to and from activities and events.


Salary, Hours, and Benefits 

Full-time, exempt, at-will position, starting annual salary in the range of $52,000 - $65,000 depending on experience and qualifications. Benefits include fully paid platinum-rated health insurance (medical/dental/vision); sick leave which exceeds California standards; generous vacation and paid holidays; FSA and matched 401k; plus sabbatical and professional development opportunities. General Rose Foundation office hours are 9:30am-5:30pm, Monday through Friday, but schedule is flexible and hours fluctuate to accommodate program activities.   


How to Apply 

Please send 1) a resume, 2) a letter that specifically discusses why you want this job and how your education and past experience make you an excellent fit for this position, and 3) a writing sample which illustrates your grantwriting and/or impact evaluation skills to: . Please write “New Voices Are Rising Program Director” in the subject line of your email, and include how you learned about the position in your application. Applicants will be acknowledged via email. No phone calls or mailed applications, please.   Applications must be received by December 16, 2019..     


The Rose Foundation is an equal opportunity employer that embraces diversity. Our office is in a commuter-friendly location five blocks from Lake Merritt BART; located near Jack London Amtrak, AC Transit including the 72R, 12, and Broadway Free Shuttle, and Oakland’s network of bike lanes.  

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We are seeking a Program Coordinator for a full-time and part-timem positions at the Bay Area High Schools we serve to work under the direction of Biotech Partners' (BP) Program Manager. This dynamic position involves coordinating with the teacher to provide lab assistance, in-classroom and after-school tutoring to support "at-promise" youth in the BP Biotech Academy Program. Students are given practical skills in science, math, and language and participate in a summer internship to develop their workforce readiness and successful matriculation from high school to college.



Program Coordination:

  • Collaborate with providing assistance to Biotech Academy teaching assist with biotech labs and in-classroom biotech activities with students

  • Provide academic support/tutoring to students in science and math

  • Meet with teacher and students to discuss academic progress and monitor student academic performance

  • Develop, organize and facilitate one-on-one study groups to support and maintain students' academic achievement and performance and work readiness

  • Participate in periodic partnership meetings as appropriate with teachers and administrators to review progress of program, curriculum, and individual student performance

  • Coordinate with Biotech Partners' staff to identify local industry organizations within the region and facilitate student internship placement within industry

  • Participate in parent-student and or student-counselor conferences when required and work with Teacher and Program Manager to make necessary referrals

  • Communicate with parents regarding teachers assessment of students' academic performance, job training/internship and Biotech Partners events

  • Secure and organize field-trips, college visits and other exposure opportunities into biotech industry

  • Coordinate and schedule speakers for in-classroom topics related to the biotech curricula and workforce readiness

  • Collect student progress reports, transcripts and other necessary data as appropriate

  • Collaborate with Program Manager and school site Career Center staff in preparing the Biotech Academy seniors for the transition to college

  • Coordinate registration and enrollment of senior students in community college courses

  • Aspire to have all students successfully complete the Biotech Academy, graduate from high school and enroll in post-secondary education Program Administration:

  • Coordinate with Program Manager and facilitate Summer Internship Program which includes workshops at headquarters or regional site and intern site evaluations

  • Coordinate with industry partners and schedule site visits to students interning within industry

  • Consistently gather, compile and input data for grant reports and program database (

  • Create and maintain hard copy of student files

  • Represent Biotech Partners at community events and field trips

  • Assist with preparation for meetings including notifying students and parents, set-up and attendance as required for the following program initiatives; BRAVO! FebFest, Gala and other the fundraising activities

  • Assist with local and regional high school student recruitment and retention activities related to the program

  • Other duties as assigned by Biotech Partners Leadership staff Work Experience:

  • 1-3 years plus relevant work experience

  • Experience working with young people (16-24) from diverse ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds

  • Supervisory experience Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in science from an accredited 4-year university, i.e., biology, chemistry, or biotechnology.

  • Must be a team player who shows initiative, is flexible and able to manage multiple tasks

  • Experience in mentoring and tutoring academically-challenged youth

  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills

  • Ability to communicate with diverse groups and individuals, i.e., deliver presentations, seminars, workshops

  • Ability to take direction and work independently as well as on a team on assigned projects

  • Experience in database management and tracking

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point) Project Management and Social Media

  • Must be available to work evenings and weekends, have a reliable car, valid driver's license, responsible driving record and proof of insurance

  • Must pass state and federal background checks, including fingerprinting and health screenings

  • Physical Requirements

  • Primary responsibilities are performed at the school site with some activities in a pharmaceutical manufacturing environment and at Biotech Partners headquarters--sitting, bending and extensive walking, climbing and descending flights of stairs

  • Ability to use desktop computer and telephone on a frequent basis

  • Must be able to lift 20-25 pounds in performing essential functions of this job and are not limited to lift of books, files, and other documents, event paraphernalia, etc.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $38,000.00 to $45,000.00 /year


  • relevant: 1 year (Preferred)


  • Health insurance

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The Program Supervisor is the integral lead of a growing department of the Daly City

Partnership (DCP), known as the Healthy Aging Response Team or “HART”, with offices located at the Doelger Senior Center in Daly City. Under general direction and reporting to the Executive Director of DCP and the Program Monitor for San Mateo County Aging and

Adult Services, the Program Supervisor performs responsible professional work at a management level by planning, organizing, scheduling, training, implementing, supervising, and evaluating staff & volunteers and activities for the Healthy Aging Response Team. The ideal candidate must have a passion for assisting seniors over 50 and the disabled. Our mission is to guide collaborative efforts and connect our community to services that promote well-being. Our Vision is a community of people empowered to learn, grow and achieve a fulfilling life.


 Plan, coordinate and direct all activities of the Healthy Aging Response Team;

 Directly supervise full-time, part-time and volunteer staff;

 Monitor and implement successful servicing of client requests;

 Attend and conduct trainings, conferences and workshops;

 Assess client needs and maintain good community relations;

 Prepare agendas for staff and board meetings;

 Analyze data, prepare reports, invoices, and correspondence;

 Develop, prepare, and write grants and proposals;

 Order supplies and equipment;

 Other duties as assigned.


 4 Year Degree (B.A., B.S.) from an accredited college or university with major course work in a related field, such as Geriatrics, Health, Human Services, Sociology,

Psychology, Social Work, or Public Relations

 Experience with grant writing, fundraising, and program development, with proven results.

 Mastery of basic computer skills including word processing, excel spreadsheets,

Microsoft office.

 3-5 years supervisory experience in a non-profit, community organization or health related field


 Master’s Degree in one of the fields above

 Knowledge & experience with Salesforce and other database systems

 Bi-lingual in Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese or Tagalog, preferred

 Experience working with seniors or people with disabilities highly preferred


 The principles of effective leadership and supervision;

 Efficient budgeting, business plans, and cost management;

 Resources in the community and the needs of the aging population;

 The fundamentals of basic case management and data recording

 Effective public relations and interpersonal skills for the purpose of staff motivation and community collaboration

 Issues related to an aging population


 Organize and update a variety of information and effectively disseminate info to staff and volunteers.

 Clearly present information before a large group

 Plan, organize, train and direct a group of staff and volunteers in providing information and assistance for seniors and older and adults with disabilities.

 Train and establish effective working relationships with volunteers and staff.

 Provide linkages with the community and maintain effective collaboration with core and partner agencies.

 Provide concrete information and referrals to community resources, with follow up to ensure successful completion of requests.

 Monitor the ‘Friendly Visiting and Meals Express’ program, including “Meals on

Wheels” and other food delivery program

 Further develop programs to benefit an aging population, including the next steps of

Daly City’s “Age Friendly Cities” proposal, and “The Village” concept.

 Listen empathetically without being judgmental to client concerns,

 Promote advocacy for clients who are marginalized because of their declining mental and physical conditions.

 Be sensitive to a culturally and linguistically diverse population

 Work varied hours, including nights and weekends as needed.

 Attend work, substitute for gaps in scheduling, and perform duties on a regular and consistent basis.

License: Possession of a valid Class C California Driver’s license.

Benefits include: Kaiser Health, Delta Dental, VSP Vision and UNUM Life Insurance

3 Weeks Paid Vacation, 12 Holidays, Accrued Sick Leave

Join a caring and dedicated team of co-workers and volunteers who take great pride and joy in helping members of our community succeed and thrive.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $20.00 to $25.00 /hour


  • Experinece working with an aging population & volunteers.: 3 years (Required)


  • Bachelor's (Required)


  • Daly City, CA 94015 (Required)


  • Morning (Required)

  • Mid-Day (Required)

Work Location:

  • One location


  • Health insurance

  • Dental insurance

  • Vision insurance

  • Paid time off

This Job Is Ideal for Someone Who Is:

  • Dependable -- more reliable than spontaneous

  • People-oriented -- enjoys interacting with people and working on group projects

  • Adaptable/flexible -- enjoys doing work that requires frequent shifts in direction

  • Detail-oriented -- would rather focus on the details of work than the bigger picture

  • Achievement-oriented -- enjoys taking on challenges, even if they might fail

  • Autonomous/Independent -- enjoys working with little direction

  • Innovative -- prefers working in unconventional ways or on tasks that require creativity

This Job Is:

  • A job for which all ages, including older job seekers, are encouraged to apply


  • Monday to Friday

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  Graduate Hotels® is seeking a Guest Service Agent to join our team at Graduate Berkeley. Graduate Hotels is a hotel collection targeting university-anchored markets across the country that celebrates each town's unique local culture and history. 



  • Monitors daily status of rooms, rates, discount rates and packages Maintains current list of available rooms for walk situations Coordinates blocking of rooms

  • Ensures prompt and courteous service to guests Pre-registers guests according to standards Completes and monitors employee schedule Monitors VIP arrivals

  • Keeps track of rooms to ensure accurate status and readiness for check-in

  • Hires, coaches and disciplines direct reports

  • Interacts positively and professionally with guests to resolve issues

  • Acts as Manager on Duty as required

  • Other duties as assigned

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: * Basic computer skills* Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing* Ability to exceed expectations of guests and team members* Excellent time management skills EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: * Minimum of High School education, Associates or Bachelors degree preferred ABOUT US:Graduate Hotel Management is a Division of Schulte Hospitality Group that currently manages the Graduate Hotels® portfolio. Graduate Hotels is a hand-crafted collection of hotels that reside in dynamic university-anchored towns across the country. Each hotel pays homage to the heritage of its unique town through cultural nods to the local community. Launched in 2014, there are currently 15 open and operating hotels across the U.S. and an additional 15 hotels under development slated to open by the end of 2020. Graduate Hotels is owned by Adventurous Journeys (AJ) Capital Partners, a Chicago-based vertically-integrated real estate developer, owner and operator. For more information on Graduate Hotels, please visit * Graduate Hotel Management is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

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826CHI is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting students ages 6 to 18 with their creative and expository writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write. Our services are structured around the understanding that great leaps in learning can happen with one-on-one attention, and that strong writing skills are fundamental to future success. More information can be found at


826CHI is a creative organization that highly values collaboration, creative, and strategic thinking. Our work is grounded in goals set by our strategic plan and put into motion through collaboration. At 826CHI, we take both pride and joy in our work and operate with a high degree of professionalism. Staff members work both ndependently and as part of a team. Our model is inherently community-based and responds to the history, dynamic, and culture of Chicago.

Commitment to Inclusion

As an organization committed to encouraging youth in their creative expression, personal growth, and academic success, 826CHI recognizes the importance of diversity at all levels and in all aspects of our work. In order to build and maintain the safe, supportive 826 environment in which great leaps of learning occur, we commit to inclusion: We will not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, ethnicity, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, nationality, marital status, English fluency, parental status, military service or disability. We strive to put our values into action through planning, decision making, and community building.



The Role

826CHI is seeking an enthusiastic, committed individual to lead our In-Schools program. This person will develop relationships with Chicago Public School teachers to co-create interdisciplinary classroom-based writing education partnerships. The ideal candidate is excited to join a hard-working, mission-driven team and that has a passion for expanding access to creative youth development in Chicago. This is a new position at 826CHI and a great learning opportunity for an educator to grow professionally.



● Part-Time: 25 hours a week

● Salaried

Key Responsibilities

The In-Schools Manager oversees the In-Schools program and supports other program initiatives as needed. This person will make a significant impact on Chicago youth by advancing school-based projects associated with our mission.

Manage 826CHI’s off-site In-Schools Program:

Partnership Development

○ Work with the Director of Programs to identify neighborhoods and potential school and teacher partners

○ Facilitate partnership development and planning meetings with key players

○ Work with partner teachers and 826CHI staff to co-create curriculum that is thematically relevant and grade-appropriate

○ Work with the Volunteer Manager to identify possible volunteer communities in partner school neighborhoods

○ Represent 826CHI publicly at events, conferences, and meetings within partnering communities

○ Communicate project progress to the Director of Programs and seek counsel when help is needed to execute goals

On-Site Implementation

○ Serve as a liaison between teachers, school admin, 826CHI staff, teaching artists, and volunteers

○ Lead writing curriculum with support staff, teaching artists, interns, and volunteers

○ Collect writing for seasonal publications, compile into manuscripts for Publications Coordinator

Program Administration

○ Schedule annual calendar of In-School Partnerships

○ Manage MOUS/Memorandum of Understanding agreements between 826CHI and partner schools

○ Manage supply orders

○ Work with the Director of Programs to set and track annual program goals

○ Administer student and teacher surveys

○ Track student participation and permissions

○ Support other data required to track impact and quality


Additional Responsibilities:

● Support organizational efforts to recruit, train, manage, and appreciate program volunteers and interns

● Provide documentation and anecdotes for the Development and Communications staff to share with donor audiences

● Support other programs as needed

● Support fundraising projects as needed

The position requires juggling many responsibilities and tasks, through which the In-Schools Manager will develop a wide range of skills. Please review 826CHI’s website,, before applying.


The In-Schools Manager reports to the Director of Programs, and is a member of the Program Team. This position oversees 826CHI’s cohort of teaching artists, interns, volunteers, and teacher/school partnerships.


● Access to a car

● Familiarity with Chicago neighborhoods and can independently navigate public transportation

● 3-5 years of experience working with youth in a community setting

● 2 years experience developing interdisciplinary arts curriculum for grades 1-12

● Experience managing individuals and teams

● Experience coordinating program volunteers

● Experience developing partnerships with schools and teachers

● Detail-oriented and highly organized

● Comfort working in an open office/flexible workspace, including regular offsite work in shared

school spaces

● Analytical and able to multitask



826CHI is an equal opportunity employer. To apply, please send a resume and letter of interest to For questions, please contact or call 773.772.8108 826CHI does not discriminate in hiring. We encourage people from all backgrounds to apply for this and all posted positions.

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Under the supervision of the Associate Executive Director, the Director of Community Outreach plays a key role in raising the profile of JFCS in the community by building relationships with individuals and organizations and encouraging their involvement in JFCS. The Director develops, implements and evaluates community and volunteer initiatives that extend our services to clients and connects community with JFCS. The Director is based in the San Francisco office but with agency wide responsibilities; the Director understands and assists in meeting budget and services goals, understands the mission and objectives of Jewish Family and Children’s Services and works within the limitations of the Agency’s resources and performs all duties in compliance with agency standards.

Duties and Responsibilities

Program Management

  • Leads an ongoing community outreach program to increase awareness of services, service opportunities, and the support needs of JFCS. Develops and implements strategies for targeted outreach to engage community individuals and organizations with JFCS and to recruit volunteers, attracting a cadre of trained, motivated and engaged volunteers to support the programs of JFCS and the clients served.

  • Develops and oversees a portfolio of state-of-the-art volunteer programs that engage community members and addresses the interests and needs of adults, seniors and families to provide meaningful services to JFCS clients and support for JFCS’s operations.

  • Oversees agency-wide efforts to engage young adults with JFCS through affinity group programming, service opportunities and leadership development.

  • Supervises staff as assigned, complying with all agency policies and procedures. Ensures compliance of all volunteer coordinators with Agency registration and data tracking requirements.

  • Prepares reports and statistical information for Agency Executive Management and Development Department staff and assists in producing reports to funders, and as requested.

Program Operations

  • Ensures that volunteer program policies and procedures reflect best practices in the field of volunteer management and Jewish service learning. In collaboration with senior management, evaluate the effectiveness of current volunteer programs. Initiates new programs or redesigns existing programs to address changing program and client needs as well as volunteer demographics and interests.

  • Manages volunteer inquiries, develops, implements and evaluates volunteer screening, orientation and training programs that effectively prepare volunteers for the range of services they provide and that effectively link volunteer service to Jewish values and traditions.

  • Creates standardized and program-specific volunteer orientation and training materials, ensuring that all materials are kept up-to-date. Develops volunteer program and policies and procedures to ensure that all volunteers are appropriately screened, trained, supervised and recognized throughout the agency.

  • Develops outcomes/benchmarks that enable tracking of volunteer and client satisfaction across a range of measurable factors. Manages client and volunteer feedback, ensuring that problems are handled in a timely manner.

  • Complies with the JFCS Policy and Procedure Manual and other Agency standards of performance.

  • Other duties as assigned.

Development and Marketing

  • Participates in donor development through individual and group presentations in coordination with the Development department. Works closely with Development staff to insure that direct service volunteers with financial capacity are made aware of opportunities for financial investment in our services and that direct service volunteers and staff who supervise them understand the funding needs of JFCS.

  • Oversees and implements special initiatives that involve donors with the Agency, with the goal of providing them with a meaningful hands-on service experience, including, but not limited to the Dream Team volunteers and Food Pantry Corps.

  • Works with Marketing Department to ensure that program materials, including print and on line materials, are up to date and effective

Direct Services

  • Oversees the San Francisco Holiday Outreach program, including recruiting volunteers for assembly and delivery of holiday bags, organizing and facilitating holiday bag assembly in a manner that reflects the principles and practices of Jewish Service Learning, and establishing an annual schedule of holiday bag delivery.

  • Oversees and implements direct service volunteer program in the San Francisco region as assigned. This may include but is not limited to Young Professionals Community Connections, Canine Corps, Senior Companion Program, Menches on the Go, Chicken Soupers, Safe at Home, and others programs as developed and assigned. Activities may include home assessment of clients referred to the program to; recruitment, screening and training of new volunteers; matching clients with volunteer and providing regular on-going support to volunteers to ensure the success of the match and to help solve problems that arise.

Physical Demands

The Physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

  • Must be able to remain in a stationary position 50% of the time.

  • The person in this position needs to occasionally move about inside the office to access file cabinets, office machinery, etc.

  • Constantly operates a computer and other office productivity machinery, such as calculator, copy machine, and computer printer.

  • May be required to lift up to ten (10) pounds.

  • The person in this position requires communication with departmental staff, employees, and outside clients. Must be able to exchange accurate information in these situations.

  • Exposure to low to moderate noise levels characteristic of working in an office environment.

Job Qualifications

  • BA required

  • A minimum of 5 years experience in volunteer management required

  • Knowledge of Jewish traditions, holidays, and customs and of the Bay Area Jewish Community

  • Supervisory experience required

  • Sensitivity to the needs of the populations served by JFCS

  • Excellent ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing

  • Desire to work in a social service setting required. Commitment to and enthusiasm for the mission, goals, and objectives of the Agency

  • Must possess a strong customer service orientation and ability to work well with other people.

  • Proven ability to coordinate logistics for large scale community events

  • Strong computer skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office software programs.

  • Superior organizational/project management skills

  • Ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple tasks simultaneously

  • Ability to work in a fast paced environment and complete projects with a minimum amount of direct supervision


This is a full time, salaried, exempt position with benefits. Competitive compensation will depend on experience and proficiency level. We offer a robust array of benefits including: medical, dental, and vision coverage; paid holidays; paid vacation and sick leave; 403(b) plan; life and disability insurance.

Application Process

Please submit cover letter and resume to [email protected] with Director of Community Outreach in your subject line.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.

All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply, including minorities, women, veterans, and disabled individuals. Qualified applicants with arrest and/or conviction records will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with Federal, state and local laws, including but not limited to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran, or disability status. JFCS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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DutchGold Honey, Lancaster-based leader in process  manufacturing and distribution ofquality branded and private label honey  to retailers, food service and bulkindustrial customers. Great company  to work for with generous benefits. Come join us in filling the honey  bears!


A 3rd shift hands-on line  leader who works with, and oversees, a team of line staff responsible  for a variety of duties to include; production efficiencies, inspecting  product, packaging, sanitation,GMP, safety, plus set-up and  change-over’s including light preventative maintenance.


Knowledge of food packaging, flow of machinery and continuous process improvement

Light mechanical skills, adjusting production equipment and change-overs

Able to adapt in a changing work environment and multi task

Commitment for packaging the best quality product in an efficient manner

Responsible to lead and teach line staff for growth and development

Must be team oriented, excellent interpersonal skills and an effective communicator

Able to read and understand machine controls to obtain output desired

Ensure product quality through routine product checks during the shift

Ensure production line is supplied with necessary raw material components

Able to read a scale, production schedules, customer specifications and inform line staff

Must possess PC skills and have working knowledge of Microsoft Office

Must communicate effectively with co-workers and management

Performs routine documentation of daily production, sanitation reporting and downtime reports

Observe and follow Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)


High school diploma or equivalent required or Technical school preferred


Candidates must have 2 plus years of progressive experience in the food packaging industry


Bi-lingual in English and Spanish a plus


Previous food processing equipment experience required


Experience with Continuous improvement methods is preferred


Ability to work independently within a team environment


Able to follow directions and close attention to detail

Bonus Points:

  • We  offer competitive wages, a generous benefits package with major  medical, including a Pension Plan and the opportunity to work in a  friendly environment.

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 Forests Forever has been protecting our forests and wild lands for 30 years, and now you can become an integral part of our daily operations! We are seeking a Volunteer Staff Coordinator to join our team, working 30 hours per week in our Berkeley office and reporting to our Operations Director.

As our Volunteer Staff Coordinator, you’ll develop and supervise a permanent volunteer staff working in a variety of capacities, from clerical/admin work to communications/research to campaign organizing. The job requires first mastering an array of office management/administrative tasks, which are then performed by volunteers under the Coordinator’s supervision, allowing the Coordinator to further recruit and supervise program volunteers


• Become knowledgeable about and effectively communicate the mission, vision and activities of Forests Forever to our contributors and others.

• Recruit volunteers who work regular weekly schedules, serving as unpaid staff members. The initial priority is in recruiting, orienting, training, and supervising volunteers to cover administrative tasks

• Perform and/or coordinate performance of office management and administrative duties, including pledge processing, canvass support, reception, and serving as lead in resolving contributor queries and contributor-related queries from staff members.

• Provide clerical support to the Executive Director and Operations Director as needed.

• As volunteer staff members assume these administrative roles, recruit and supervise volunteers to take on an array of programmatic, communication, research, campaign and organizing roles.


Work a consistent 30-hour weekly schedule, generally between 9am and 5pm, Monday through Friday. Schedule flexibility and some evening hours may be required.


Polite and professional manner. Must have recruited and supervised volunteers and be skilled in working with a wide array of people. Highly organized and productive, detail and deadline oriented. Strong writing and basic math skills. Work well as part of a team. PC literate. Experienced with Microsoft Excel, Word and MS Outlook. FileMaker Pro experience a plus.

COMPENSATION: Competitive nonprofit-sector hourly wage DOE. Paid Time Off (vacation, sick) and ten paid holidays effective after 63 days worked. Health and dental benefits available in the third month of employment.

***Please read carefully***

To highlight your attention to detail, please apply exactly as described: Send us an email with (1) your resume as a PDF attachment, (2) a cover letter in the body of the email that explicitly speaks to why you are well qualified to recruit, train, and supervise long-term volunteers, and (3) your expectations regarding hourly rate.


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Food and Beverage

Golden Gate Fields is a Thoroughbred Horse racing facility located on the San Francisco bay, near Berkeley and Albany, California. It is owned and operated by the Stronach Group, one of the world’s leading racetrack operators.

The complex incorporates a world-class thoroughbred racing track, an 800 seat indoor restaurant, outdoor dining facilities, bars, concessions as well as an event space.

We are seeking a passionate F&B and Event Sales Professional to lead our Hospitality Operations.

The ideal candidate will be results focused, service oriented, have a positive disposition and a proven ability to lead, coach, and motivate a diverse team. The candidate should be experienced in managing high volume, quality F&B operations as well as in leading catering sales teams.


Key Responsibilities:

Supports the General Manager and Corporate EVP of F&B in the development and implementation of the strategic plan for the Hospitality operation consistent with the company’s objectives.

 Provides leadership in the development and monitoring of hospitality operations, fiscal budgets, and marketing strategies to produce both short-term and long-term profitability.

 Works closely with Finance to measure and maintain costs geared toward delivering the profitability goals set forth.

 Provides human resources leadership to include: creating a work environment that promotes teamwork, performance feedback, recognition, mutual respect, and employee satisfaction; quality hiring, training, and succession planning processes that encompass the company goals.

 Develops and maintains effective communications between all operating departments.

 Develops new and analyzes existing procedures and special promotions that will improve guest patronage under the guidelines of the company’s policies.

 Ensure all dining facilities and staffs are in compliance with food handling and safety guidelines.

 Responsible for overall guest satisfaction for all dining and banquet functions.

 Able to create, promote, sell, and execute high quality catering functions.

 Coordinates the development, interpretation and implementation of policies, operating procedures and training programs, manuals, directives, menus, work schedules, rules and regulations for the event sales and food & beverage personnel.

 Ensure adherence to Local 2850 contract and participate in local union grievance meetings.

 Manages and supervises the following management jobs: Executive Chef, Turf Club Manager and Concessions Supervisor.

Job Qualifications:

 Five (5) years of experience in high volume, high quality dining.

 Hospitality or related degree preferred.

 Strong analytical skills, experienced with POS Systems, Delphi, Excel and Word.

 Expertise in budgeting, forecasting and capital expenditures.

 Must have a strong working knowledge of Food & Beverage preparation and presentation.

 Hotel or restaurant management and/or extensive management Food & Beverage experience in a major hotel/resort complex handling multi-unit food and beverage departments is preferred.

 Superior guest service skills, a keen eye for detail and a can-do attitude.

 Maintain flexible schedule to include working on weekends and holidays.

 Union Experience.

 Must have a professional appearance and demeanor.

 Bilingual (Spanish/English) ability is a plus.

Additional Information:

At Golden Gate Fields, it is important to us that we support our employees with a substantial and meaningful package of benefits. We believe in supporting our employees with benefits to assist with work-life balance.

Benefits are offered based on position type and status. Benefits offered may include:

 Medical, dental and vision plans

 Life Insurance and /or Supplemental Life Insurance

 Generous paid time off programs, including paid holidays

 Retirement savings plan 401(k) with company contribution.

 And more!

Salary: D.O.E

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Pleasant Hill, California



White Pony Express is a nonprofit public benefit corporation, tax exempt under IRC section 501(c)(3)

Mission: To help end hunger and poverty in our communities by using the abundance all around us to help those of us in need

Goals: To uplift lives and provide opportunities for selfless service


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The new Executive Director of White Pony Express (WPE) will have the opportunity for deeply meaningful community service and to help an incredibly successful startup to create an organizational structure for a mature nonprofit. Join our dedicated Board, able staff, committed volunteers, and generous donors – all devoted to assisting growing numbers of our most vulnerable citizens.

The mission and core business. The stated mission of WPE is: “to help eliminate hunger and poverty in our communities by delivering the abundance surrounding us to those of us in need." WPE does this by distributing high-quality food through the Food Rescue Program; clothing, children's books and toys, free of cost through White Pony General Store, and through White Pony Inn, a smaller program that provides one-on-one advocacy for people without shelter or in threat of losing housing. Headquartered in Pleasant Hill, California, WPE concentrates its services in Contra Costa County (but responded to the Campfire Disaster in Butte County through Food Rescue, continued to work with local agencies to build their own local model and replicated a White Pony General Store pop-up Boutique event last summer in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina). A surprising number of Californians are "food insecure", more than half are children and seniors; most of these people must choose between food and clothing, utilities, housing, transportation and medical care - they are below the radar, scrimping to allocate inadequate resources among basic needs. To those served, the importance of WPE cannot be overstated.

Dr. Carol Weyland Conner, spiritual director of Sufism Reoriented, founded WPE in 2013 when she learned that in one of the richest counties in California, hundreds of thousands were going hungry while food retailers throughout the county threw away untold tons of perfectly good food every day. She asked a few of her students to create a program to get this abundance to those who needed it. In 2014, WPE became a non-affiliated 501(c)3 organization. Today WPE volunteers, staff, and board includes people from throughout the broader community. Dr. Conner’s vision has contributed immeasurably to the success and esteem of the organization in the community. Her continued interest in its success and resulting periodic recommendations to White Pony Express will be given priority for evaluation by the decision-making bodies of the organization. Dr. Conner has stated her clear support for WPE to function as a fully integrated, community-based organization.

WPE was founded 6 years ago with no assets or physical location and an $800 formation budget. WPE has grown rapidly in response to community need, enthusiastic acceptance, and its flexible model of lovingly providing high quality food and new or like-new clothing through partnering with established organizations dedicated to helping those in need. In that short span, WPE has experienced skyrocketing growth, delivering 9.5 million pounds of high-quality fresh food and distributing 500,000 items of quality clothing. Currently, the overall budget, including the value of all donated goods and volunteered administrative services exceeds $8 million; exclusive of in-kind contributions, cash contributions of about $2.3 million are projected. More than 85 community organizations partner with WPE to create the distribution network that establishes WPE’s presence throughout Contra Costa County. WPE now leases two distribution centers aggregating 12,000 square feet, has a net worth of $1,000,000, 17 staff, and over 400 dedicated volunteers.

White Pony Express is at an inflection point. Seasoned candidates for the position of Executive Director will understand that the institutional transition from all-volunteer to partially volunteer to mostly staffed with employees to a full-blown social service organization with professionals as staff and volunteers as board members, advisors, and supplemental workforce can be challenging. But the current staff and volunteers are of one voice: for WPE to thrive, the organization must find the human capital and financial means to create a long-term management structure less dependent on volunteer leadership. The WPE Board is currently fully engaged in a facilitated board development process to move forward toward a mature, diverse board with no operational duties.

The ideal candidate for this position will understand the challenges of helping to lead this booming nonprofit organization at an inflection point -- and will relish the leadership opportunity that this transition offers. While learning the organization and the complex system it supports, the Executive Director will be assessing and supporting the Board in its current highly-active Board-development initiative. The Executive Director will be building trusting relationships with generous current and future donors, understanding that today’s WPE revenues are entirely dependent upon successful charitable giving, and that in building the organization to replace volunteer administrators with paid staff will incur additional expenses to be underwritten by dedicated donors. The Executive Director will be a valued partner with the 85+ cohort of community-based organizations with which WPE partners. The Executive Director will be leading collaborative units of employees and volunteers to perpetuate and augment current services and will lead various teams to generate the resources to expand staffing, volunteering, and service provision. The Executive Director will be the focal facilitator of organizational development as functions crystallize and boundaries that ensure organizational health are established – all in an organization that values collaborative decision-making in its working environment. Success as an Executive Director in such an organizational transition can cap a career!



The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors. Current direct reports to the Executive Director include the Chief Financial Officer, the Director of Food Rescue, Director of White Pony General Store, and Director of Strategic Partnerships. Currently, the CFO is a volunteer position, who is also a member of the Board, has dotted-line reporting relationship to the Board, and will be transitioning away from that dotted-line relationship toward a governing board model of operations as WPE adapts to the employment of a full-time professional executive director and paid financial management staff.


The Executive Director is responsible for the management, facilitation and operation of all programs and services provided by WPE, for all staff and volunteers, and for implementing all policy decisions of the governing Board. The Executive Director is the principal fundraiser for WPE, mobilizing Board, staff, and community to maintain a healthy financial base for services. The Executive Director represents the organization to the community, is a highly visible advocate for services to the disadvantaged, and promotes close working relationships with all external stakeholders, decision-leaders, and collaborating organizations.

Specifically, the Executive Director:

· Represents the guiding principle, vision and values of WPE, brings inspired passion to the everyday work of service to others, inspires Board, volunteers, and staff to do their best to meet the changing demand of mission-appropriate opportunities and in every way brings exemplary and visionary leadership to the organization.

· Is a tireless, charismatic fundraiser, able to inspire and attract from generous donors the in-kind and monetary support that ensures WPE’s financial health.

· Understands the emotional stresses of a nonprofit organization in transition from all-volunteer to staffed/professional/volunteer, and brings the maturity, sensibility, durability and centeredness to the leadership role that guiding the organization from adolescence to adulthood will require. Success in this sensitive leadership role is essential if WPE is to endure.

· Ensures that, in partnership with the governing Board, the mission and vision of WPE are carried out effectively, efficiently, consistently, and collaboratively. Demonstrates a high level of business acumen, assists with budgets, and monitors cash flow, oversees the management and investment of assets, maintains internal controls and financial discipline, monitors risk, and works closely with the Board and its committees in their oversight capacity to ensure the financial wellbeing of the organization.

· Working with direct reports, develops, presents, implements and reviews programs, policies and procedures. Anticipates changing community needs with vision and imagination, initiates long-range strategic and operational planning, and is responsible and accountable for implementation of all such plans.

· Works closely with Board members, volunteers, and fund development staff to identify, cultivate and solicit donors and funding partners in support of the programs of WPE, through standard avenues and the creative use of digital strategies. Is effective articulating to donors and community leaders the importance of the services WPE provides. Understands planned giving and is able to earn the trust that sustains the long-term relationships with major donors that inspire unrestricted gifts for current operating support, restricted gifts for capacity-building, capital gifts and gifts to endowment.

· Oversees the administrative and fiduciary functions of WPE by recruiting, training, supervising and delegating duties and responsibilities to a dedicated and able employed and volunteer staff, with which the Executive Director functions effectively in a highly collaborative style. Reflects an authentic appreciation of the advantages of group decision-making processes and an authentic commitment to servant leadership: a serve-first mindset, empowering those one works with, serving instead of commanding, showing humility instead of brandishing authority, and enhancing the development of staff and volunteers; is able to take executive responsibility where there is dissensus and an unpopular administrative decision must be made to serve the needs of WPE.

· Represents WPE to local and state government, numerous community stakeholders, groups of associations and agencies, and the media. Works closely in partnership with state, city and county governments if the opportunities arise, in optimizing the extent to which WPE can deliver services to the disadvantaged.



The ideal candidate will have:

· Passion for services to those at risk, seniors, to disadvantaged families, to the limited-English-speaking community, and to children. A visionary and personal style that inspires others to care deeply about the mission and work of WPE. Intercultural sensitivity and dedication to inclusiveness and diversity are essential. Commitment to community, to the oneness and interdependence of all of us, to the ideals of support, sharing, giving, receiving, acceptance, love.

· Ideally, the candidate will have core belief in WPE's guiding principle of unity, and an understanding that the Board, staff, volunteers, and clients/guests of WPE are of every faith, ethnicity, and race in our diverse communities.

· Familiarity with the operations of nonprofit organizations addressing food, clothing, and/or housing insecurity is preferred; evidence of the ability to transfer prior collaborative management experience and leadership skills with complex operations; experience in working with services to low-income individuals and communities preferred.

· Exceptional ability and experience in working with the Board and staff to increase charitable contributions from individuals, corporations, and foundations, and willingness to be an eager, involved, and available leader to development staff, volunteers, and Board in securing funding for sustaining and growing programs. Exceptional ability to become a highly visible advocate and spokesperson throughout the community for the disadvantaged, for the services required to provide a hand-up to them, and for the central role of WPE as a provider of those services; ability to envision and then articulate the advantages of collaboration with other organizations to amplify benefits to clients served.

· Experience with building a Board - working with board chair, board members and consultants to double the number of current board members in a thoughtful and planful way. Creating a strong, diverse, engaged and resourceful board for sustaining WPE into the future.

· Ability to anticipate changing community needs with vision and imagination and, ideally, an understanding of the politics, practices, and culture of the region, or evidence from prior experience of the ability quickly to understand and adapt to the culture and political forces in an unfamiliar community. Personal contacts and experience with potential major corporate funders is preferred.

· Ability to work with board, staff and volunteers as they continue long-range strategic and operational planning, and to be responsible and accountable for facilitating funding and implementation of all such plans. Experience in developing and adapting community-based programs responsive to local needs, with career achievements evidencing business acumen, entrepreneurship, openness to change, ability to take calculated risks, and financial discipline. Commitment to listening to dissenting views, and collaboratively to analyze options fairly, and then to be able to be pragmatic and decisive. Demonstrated flexibility, independence of vision, creativity, expertise, groundedness, and leadership ability to inform and influence Board members as to desirable options and changes in established goals and objectives.

· Ability to work with the CFO, staff and Board to develop budgets, oversee revenues and expenditures, monitor and anticipate cash flow requirements, maintain internal controls and financial discipline,understand donor preferences and restrictions and investment processes, and, to work closely with the CFO, staff, Board, and professional advisors to ensure the continued financial wellbeing of the organization.

· Ability, with strong support from the Board, to manage the boundaries between policy-making and policy-implementation, and to be patient and durable in protecting organizational health from micromanagement in either Board-staff or staff-staff/volunteer relationships.

· Ability to develop strong working relationships with staff and volunteers, to identify and recruit able new staff, and to motivate, mentor, and inspire an effective and diverse professional workforce, creating a staff/volunteer culture of affection and reward, the opposite of a culture of criticism and fear. Ability and eagerness to delegate wherever tasks will be executed well; ability without reluctance to work closely with staff, deftly and supportively, if only for the short term, where important tasks need support. Ability to communicate and model performance expectations to staff, to hold staff accountable, to manage conflict immediately and fairly, to reward successful performance, and to manage underperformance and other sensitive personnel matters deliberately and decisively, with diplomacy, empathy, humility, transparency, and firmness; the ability to create a congenial and productive work environment;

· Exceptional listening, communication, and collaboration skills; centeredness, maturity, authenticity, a healthy sense of humor and a mature perspective on the human condition.


Lifelong learning and educational achievement appropriate to the complexity of the position.


Competitive, based on salary history and experience.

Job Type: Full-time


  • Nonprofit Management: 7 years (Preferred)

  • Fundraising: 6 years (Preferred)

  • Food Bank: 5 years (Preferred)

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Rapidly Expanding Las Vegas based restaurant group is looking for passionate hospitality pros interested in relocating to Las Vegas to assist in growing an elevated dining portfolio. All concepts are chef-driven, focused on operational excellence and differentiated by a personalized approach to hospitality and service.

Positions available include:

· Assistant General Manager(s)

· Service Director

· Restaurant Manager

All management positions will focus on engaging in the entrepreneurial endeavor of building businesses that positively impact the lives of Guests, Employees and The Community.

The Opportunity:

We are building a hospitality group of the future- where things are done differently… where people matter, where employees feel safe, empowered and can make positive changes that redirect the trajectory of their lives. We believe that being a restaurant professional is one of the most awesome ways to have a fulfilling career; and we work each day to bring people together and make that a reality.

Our approach is simple: we believe in people and develop well-rounded restauranteurs that have highly-developed skill sets in service, food & wine and in delivering financial results.

We develop managers into business owners and partners that can execute grand visions and make meaningful positive change. Successful candidates will have an opportunity to work collaboratively in a demanding but supportive environment with abundant resources. Each new team member will have an opportunity to learn and impact the following areas:

  1. Hospitality & Service

o The Art of Service

o The Role of the Service Director

o Service Recovery

o Service Conversation

o Guest Connection and Engagement

o The 7-intents of Service

  1. Leadership

o Leadership Fundamentals

o Purpose-Driven Leadership

o The Leadership Template

o Achieving Results Through Teams

  1. Financial Performance and Responsibility

o Forecasting, Labor Management, Cost Control

o P&L Management

o Food & Beverage Cost

o Constructing F&B Programs

  1. Food & Beverage

o Culinary Arts, Flavors, Regional Cuisine

o The Interplay of Food and Wine

o Classic Cocktails & Bar

o Menu Presentations

o The Art of Describing Food

Preferred Experience:

o We recommend candidates have at least 3 years of hospitality management experience.

o Those with a Sommelier and Captain background that are interested in taking the next step in their careers are encouraged to apply

o Candidates in other markets that are willing to relocate to Las Vegas are encouraged to apply

What we Offer:

o Competitive Comp Packages

o Full Medical and Dental Benefits

o Relocation Assistance

o Access to Senior Level Executives

o Opportunity to Join an established group that is expanding quickly

o Opportunity to work with high-profile Chef’s and Partners

o Opportunity to Grow into GM, Partner and Director Roles

Job Type: Full-time

Work Location:

  • One location


  • Health insurance

  • Dental insurance

  • Relocation assistance

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Job Summary 

Reporting to the Executive Director, this position is responsible for overseeing and ensuring the effective operational, financial and regional activities of School on Wheels (SOW). This includes managing three regional teams covering 11 regions, planning, budgeting, overseeing financial management, bookkeeping, payroll, human resources, and all general office administration, a total of approximately 20 team members.  

Major Responsibilities

As a member of the Leadership Team, provide input to the Executive Director in the development of SOW’s strategic plans, policies and budgets. 

Regional Management

  • Work with the Executive Director to manage all regional teams geographically assigned in six counties in Southern California.  

  • Establish annual goals and objectives based on the strategic plan: set the tone and motivation to achieve those goals, evaluate results and performance and hold teams accountable for those achievements.

  • Manage the Regional Director and two Regional Team Leaders overseeing all SOW regional, volunteer and student coordinators. 

  • Work with the Regional Director, who oversees  the SRLC Instructor, Specialist and Assistant, to ensure the Skid Row Learning Center (SRLC) remains a vibrant learning environment and facility suitable for foundation and funder site visits.

Financial Management

  • Manage budgeting and financial reporting. 

  • Assist in compiling the organization functional budget, employ strategies to safeguard assets, and ensure appropriate cash flow. 

  • Analyze and oversee monthly financial reports (P&L; Balance Sheet; Operating Expenses; Revenue/Donor)

  • Monitor progress and develop monthly budget variance reports. 

  • Maintain accurate records of School on Wheels’ operating expenses and income and review monthly budget variance reports. 

  • Oversee bookkeeper’s role in managing payroll, accounts payables and receivables.

  • Work with accountant/auditor to generate year-end financial statement and tax returns. 

  • Develop organization and project budgets for foundations, as needed.  

  • Manage checking, credit card and bank accounts. 

Business Planning

  • Translate strategic and tactical business plans into operational plans. 

  • Develop and maintain operational procedures and internal controls and policies.

  • Oversee all general operations/administration activities to ensure efficiency and economy, including facilities and equipment maintenance, purchasing, material donations and mailings.

  • Ensure the maintenance of infrastructure, e.g., telecommunications, technology, office systems.

Payroll & Bookkeeping  

  • Manages bi-weekly payroll working with bookkeeper and payroll service provider.

  • Supervises review of invoices, payment authorization and timely payment. 

  • Coordinates QuickBooks and SalesForce donor databases.

  • Supervises appropriate documentation of staff expense reports, payment authorization and reimbursement. 

Human Resource Management

  • Establish credibility throughout the organization to be an effective listener and problem solver of people issues.

  • Ensure compliance with legal and staff needs and update Employee Handbook, policies and procedures, as necessary.

  • Maintain personnel files, including new hire documentation, insurance coverage, performance management documentation and records.

  • Manage annual open enrollment period by conducting cost/benefit analyses, working with broker, providing information to staff and maintaining database of employee benefits. 


  • Approximately seven years of increasing responsibility in business, financial and management experience.

  • Strong belief in the mission and culture of School on Wheels. Interest in working for a mission-driven nonprofit organization and exemplifying SOW’s values, integrity and ethics.

  • Significant background in financial planning, analysis and budgeting, superb business acumen and a sound understanding of business strategies.

  • Substantial operational experience in evaluating, developing and implementing organizational policies, systems and structures.

  • Successful track record in staff development, coaching and mentoring.

  • Accustomed to prioritizing, executing, and achieving results in lean environments; always ready to engage and lend a hand where needed. 

  • Strong program or project management experience. 

  • Ability to inspire teams and work effectively with people of all levels in the organization.

Approximately seven years of increasing responsibility in business, financial and management experience.  

At School on Wheels, we believe that having a team of diverse backgrounds and voices working together will enable us to fulfill our mission of improving students lives through education.To join this dedicated team, submit your cover letter and resume for consideration.

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Horizons Unlimited of San Francisco, Inc., established in 1965, is a community-based organization located in the Mission District, and offers substance abuse prevention, treatment, employment, entrepreneurial, and gender specific services, for Latino and other youth of color, ages 12 to 26, and their families, residing in the Mission District and the city and county of San Francisco.    

Position Title:  Program Director, Treatment and Gender Specific Programs 

Reports To:  Executive Director   

Position Description: As part of the leadership and management team at Horizons, the Program Director, Treatment and Gender Specific Programs, works closely with our Clinical Director and is responsible for the overall programmatic and fiscal management, oversight, planning/coordination, staffing, supervision, implementation, and evaluation of the Agency’s Medi-Cal certified, Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Outpatient Treatment, Mental Health, and Gender-specific Programs, specifically: Females Against Violence (FAV) and Jovenes Education and Empowerment Program (JEEP). In partnership with the Executive Director and Program Director, Prevention and Employment, this position will participate in funding source and other city-wide Steering/Advisory Board Committees, provide internal and external leadership and interfacing, and help chart Horizons’ future growth and strategic response to an ever-increasing demand for the Agency’s services.   


·  Responsible for the planning, development, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of the SUD Outpatient Treatment, Mental Health and Gender-specific contracts, programs, budgets, and staff.  

·  Develop funding source Workplans and Contract Renewals and monitor program activities on a regular basis to ensure activities are aligned and in compliance with proposed services, objectives are met, and program staff is on track to meet goals. 

·  Identify best practices and create systems to ensure that services are designed and implemented in accordance with respective contract/funding source requirements goals and objectives. 

·  Oversee, monitor, and track current program evaluation measures, as well as develop new program evaluation frameworks to assess the strengths of the program and to identify areas for improvement. ·  Track and monitor staff data entry in the AVATAR, CMS and CalOMS database system for compliance and satisfactory progress with performance objectives.  

·  Collect, review, and analyze statistical data for use in reports, proposals, presentations, and evaluation.  

·  Draft monthly, quarterly, and annual program reports to demonstrate achievement of goals. 

·  Report evaluation findings to Executive Director and recommend changes to enhance the program. 

·  Plan and execute weekly staff meetings to maintain staff rapport, disseminate programmatic/agency related information, team build, and monitor progress.  

·  Consistently attend all funding source meetings, trainings, and events to stay current on all contractual related matters.  

·  Other duties assigned by the Executive Director.    

· In consultation with the Executive Director, recruit, interview, and hire program staff/consultants.  

· Draft Memorandum of Understanding for all consultants and ensure all hiring paperwork is completed for employees.  

·  Implement the Agency’s human resources policies, procedures and practices of the organization. 

·  Ensure that all program staff and consultants receive an appropriate orientation to the organization and the programs. 

·  Supervise program staff and cultivate a culture of learning and empowerment through ongoing guidance, coaching, training, direction, input, and feedback to keep morale high, promote inclusion and collaboration, ensure delivery of high quality programs, and foster productivity.  

·  Develop and implement a system to evaluate the skill, experience, and professional development needs of all staff. 

·  Establish and implement a professional development program to address employee experience and skill gaps. 

·  Work with staff to develop objective performance measurements across all programs, to ensure consistent, high-quality evaluation and goal setting for all employees. 

·  Instill a sense of accountability among team members by modeling oversight of individual and organization performance standards. 

·  Actively interface with clients and other stakeholders to gain community support for the program and to solicit input for program improvement/enhancement.  

·  Liaise with other managers to ensure effective and efficient program delivery.   

· Must be CAADE or CCAP certified with 3-5 years Management/Supervisory experience. 

· Experience providing SUD Outpatient treatment services in a professional setting. 

· Proven track record of designing, writing, securing, implementing, and managing grants for programming.  

· Highly analytical, forward thinking, with an acute attention to detail.  

· Proven ability to lead a team towards success and reach required goals and obligations on a consistent basis.  

· Superior record with meeting deadlines and juggling multiple tasks and projects.  

· Outstanding communicator with an aptitude for public speaking, training, and partnership building.  · Ability to exercise tact and diplomacy in a variety of settings.  

· Successful in roles requiring a high level of discretion, professionalism, and leadership.  

· Demonstrated ability to interface with high level departmental and community leaders, and represent the agency and programs at local and national conferences, conventions, town halls, and other events.  

· Able to maintain confidential, accurate, and complete records including documentation of daily activities; monthly and quarterly reports, etc.  

· Proficient with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc; Mac platforms.  

· Must be able to work evenings, on weekends, and before normal business hours (10:00am-6:30pm) for events, outreach, trainings, and to meet deadlines.  

· Must be able to clear a background and TB test. 

· Ability to use personal vehicle and adherence to agency insurance requirements. 

· If in recovery, must be clean and sober for a minimum of 2 years. 

· Willing and able to commit to a 3-5 year tenure at the agency.    

· Master’s Degree and a minimum of 5-7 years of progressive Senior Level Management/Supervisory experience. 

· Experience managing Medi-Cal certified SUD Treatment programs. 

· Experience developing grant proposals to ensure continuous delivery and expansion of services. 

· Committed to, and passionate about, issues facing Latino youth, and other youth of color, and their families. 

· Bilingual English/Spanish desirable.     

This is a full-time, permanent, salaried, and exempt position after successful completion of a 6-month probation period. Eligible for benefits (medical, dental, vision plan, accidental life and AD&D insurance) on the 1st of the month following 1 full month of continuous employment. Other benefits include paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays and opportunities for professional development and continued learning. The annual salary for this position is $60,587-$70,190.   

:  Open Until Filled   

Submit cover letter, writing sample, and resume, , to: Vilma Herrera, Program Assistant: or via mail to: 440 Potrero Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94110.       

Horizons Unlimited of San Francisco, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, culture, age, disability, gender, or sexual orientation.   Women and People Of Color Are Encouraged To Apply.   Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.         

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We are looking for a qualified Program Manager to join our team; Inclusive Employment Program. Our Program assist persons with developmental disability to be gainfully employed.

As the Manager you will oversee all facets of the program daily operations which includes but not limited to staffing, a variety of clerical duties including: Accurately type reports, correspondence letters, memos and other documents as needed. Be responsible for petty cash fund. Keep binders containing Agency forms up-dated and categorized. Keep accurate records of all reports sent to various entities, be responsible for ensuring that all invoice data is collected, calculated and submitted for payment. Be responsible for all personnel related issues (insurance, confidential memo's, change of status forms). Handle all on ground Worker's Compensation claims ensuring accurate documentation has been filled out and proper procedures followed. Candidate will be required to generate job/employment leads for clients and conduct employment skills training. Candidate may be required to drive a vehicle when necessary.

Skills/Requirements: MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE MANAGING A FACILITY OR OFFICE THAT CATER TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITY. Bachelor's Degree in the Social Sciences or related courses a must. A minimum of 5year clerical experience. Writing, verbal skills, and the ability to compose quality reports and other necessary correspondence are essential. Must be proficient in the use of computers, including Email, Microsoft Word and Excel and be able to accurately type 40 words per minute. Detail oriented and demonstrated ability to multi-task and set priorities. Must be able to communicate effectively and have strong written and verbal communication skills . knowledge of Title 22. a plus . Must be at least 21 years of age or older, able to pass a physical examination; drug clearance; criminal background check; Child Abuse Index check. Must hold a valid California driver's license with clean DMV history, be able to safely operate a motor vehicle. Bilingual is a must

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Are you a skilled individual who believes in lending your skills to end hunger? If so, consider being a Temporary Program Manager, Nutrition Education 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 Program Manager to help in our management of our Nutrition Education program. See job description below and apply today if you would like to join us in our mission to end hunger.


This position will play an integral role in supporting and maintaining nutrition education programming at the Food Bank. The Temporary Full Time Program Manager is responsible for leading a team that is focused on program efficiency, as well as identifying and implementing required improvements to broaden the impact of our services.


Position includes most, if not all, of the following responsibilities:

Program Management

  • Oversee nutrition education programming in San Francisco and Marin

  • Organize, develop and deliver concise, effective and motivational presentations/trainings

  • Ensure effective program design, communication, and implementation

  • Lead curriculum development, review and refinement, as needed

  • Lead program design, testing and evaluation

  • Work with Strategy and Analytics team to ensure accurate data collection, reporting, projections and analysis

  • Oversee outreach efforts in conjunction with Neighborhood Representatives to promote nutrition education programming and identify sites for program implementation

  • Lead class/event scheduling

  • Continually monitor the effectiveness of program operations and business processes and make improvements as required

  • Convene regular stakeholder groups to discuss program performance and impact

  • Participate in discussions with strategic partners (e.g. SF Dept. of Public Health; SFUSD) around nutrition-related programming

Policy, Systems, and Environmental Changes

  • Manage and facilitate nutrition education training program for volunteers, interns, and partner agencies. Provide on-going support to training participants and ensure that training participants fulfill program requirements

  • Maintain the organization wide Food Sourcing Policy, which explains why food sourcing decisions are made; train staff on policy as part of onboarding process

  • Oversee the creation of Yum Videos, blog posts and other media content to effectively share out nutrition education messages with internal and external audiences

Direct Education

  • Manage and facilitate nutrition education workshops focused on topics such as: basic nutrition, decreasing sugar and salt consumption, increasing fruit/vegetable/whole grain consumption, how to read a food label and ingredient list, and shopping on a budget

Indirect Education

  • Manage and facilitate food demonstrations to educate low-income communities on nutrition, healthy recipes and cooking techniques

Food as Medicine

  • Provide Food Pharmacy sites with nutrition education tools and resources

Food Safety

  • Support Food Safety efforts by recommending steps to maintain compliance with external Food Safety requirements, acting as the Food Safety lead for the Programs Team, and supporting the staff who track and ensure site compliance

Other duties as assigned

  • Coordinate special requests from other departments

  • Represent the Food Bank to varied audiences and collaborate with appropriate private and public organizations to further our mission

Contract/Grant/Budget Management

  • Participate in government contract/private grant reporting, negotiations, relationship management and development, as needed

  • Support forecasting and management of program budgets, expenditures and year end projections

People Leadership

  • Oversee and expand utilization and impact of skill-based nutrition education volunteers and interns

  • Assist in department hiring, management, and assignments

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



  • Bachelor’s degree (preferably in nutrition, public health, health education, etc.) or equivalent education and experience

  • Demonstrated success managing Nutrition Education program

  • Volunteer management experience

  • Experience working with community-based organizations and low-income communities in either San Francisco or Marin

  • Knowledge of low-income populations, service providers and faith-based organizations in San Francisco and Marin

  • Supervisor experience


  • Interest in nutrition, hunger and food issues

  • Bilingual (Spanish/English or Cantonese/English) preferred

  • Program development and management experience

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite

  • Excellent interpersonal, customer service and problem-solving skills

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

  • Experience and skill in conflict resolution, de-escalation techniques and having difficult conversations

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including comfort presenting in front of large groups

  • Excellent teaching and workshop facilitation skills

  • Strong cooking skills

  • Excellent time management skills

  • Excellent team player who also works well independently and has a positive attitude about the department and the organization


  • Required valid driver’s license

  • Required ServSafe Food Manager Certification


  • Ability to travel to Marin facility and Marin agency partner sites as needed

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, outdoors, Agency 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: Medium to heavy work; requiring stooping and exerting up to 50 lbs. of force lifting, carrying, and or packing food resources.


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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With more than $1.5 billion in assets, the San Francisco Foundation is one of the largest community foundations in the country. The foundation is committed to expanding opportunity and ensuring a more equitable future for all in the Bay Area. Together with its donors, the foundation distributed $154 million to nonprofit organizations last fiscal year. The San Francisco Foundation serves Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo Counties with some initiatives, including this one, serving the nine-county Bay Area.

Reports To: Senior Director, Anchoring Communities

Position Summary & Responsibilities:

A. Implementation Committee: The Implementation Committee is a committee composed of representatives from seven organizations who collectively administer several million dollars in support of community benefits from the development on the Hunters Point Shipyard and Candle Stick Park revitalization. The Coordinator is responsible for providing meeting and administrative support to members of the Implementation Committee and for developing, distributing, and preserving internal and external communications on the Implementation Committee's website. The Coordinator also serves as liaison and advocate between the Implementation Committee, community members and organizations.

Administrative Support for Implementation Committee: The Coordinator facilitates and attends all in-person and phone meetings of the Implementation Committee, and subcommittees when requested. The Coordinator is responsible for supporting the meetings of the Implementation Committee and its subcommittees, distributing meeting notices and reminders, providing logistical and administrative support, including working with caterers, reserving facilities, setting up meetings, taking minutes at various meetings and distributing minutes to the appropriate committee members and constituencies as needed, and posting approved minutes on the IC website. The Coordinator will also assist in tracking and processing vendor/consultant contracts and invoices.

Development and Management of Communications: The Coordinator develops print and online content for the Implementation Committee's website ( The Implementation Committee members are volunteers and the Coordinator helps keep them informed of critical issues.

Facilitate Communications and Outreach between Constituents: The Coordinator is responsible for contacting and scheduling persons of interest relevant to the IC's work to attend IC meetings as directed and is the point person for coordinating requests for presentations from the Implementation Committee Members.

Coordination of IC Vendors, Consultants and/or Contractors: The Coordinator is responsible for oversight and coordination of IC vendors, consultants and/or contractors, including scheduling their meetings with the relevant IC committees. Also maintaining and monitoring contract agreements, ensuring that obligations are met in accordance with contractual agreements.

B. Oakland Codes Youth Technology Cohort. Oakland Codes is a cohort of five organizations that provide culturally appropriate training to introduce youth of color in the East Bay to opportunities in the technology field. Although the training takes place at each organizations' unique location, the organization meet quarterly as a learning cohort to share lessons to create a supportive pipeline to move youth from stage to stage as they master technological and youth development competencies. The Coordinator is responsible for providing meeting and administrative support to the cohort and for developing, distributing, and preserving internal and external communications on the Oakland Codes website. The Coordinator also serves as liaison and advocate between the Cohort and its philanthropic supporters at the Foundation.

Administrative Support: The Coordinator facilitates and attends all in-person and phone meetings of the Implementation Committee, and subcommittees when requested. The Coordinator is responsible for supporting the meetings of the Implementation Committee and its subcommittees, distributing meeting notices and reminders, providing logistical and administrative support, including working with caterers, reserving facilities, setting up meetings, taking minutes at various meetings and distributing minutes to the appropriate committee members and constituencies as needed, and posting approved minutes on the IC website. The Coordinator will also assist in tracking and processing vendor/consultant contracts and invoices.


Education: Undergraduate degree in a relevant area such as social welfare, criminal justice, urban planning, communication, project management or a related field.

Experience: A minimum of three years coordinating multi-member coalitions or collaboration across a variety of sectors and providing high-level culturally competent administrative support.

Knowledge, skills, and competencies:

  • Prior working knowledge of Bayview Hunters Point or similar community. Preference will be given to residents of San Francisco's District 10.

  • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.

  • Demonstrated commitment to the principles of social equity.

  • Experience in building effective collaborative relationships in a culturally competent manner with partners, colleagues, constituencies, and internal and external teams across a variety of sectors.

  • Ability to effectively manage multiple priorities and projects simultaneously.

  • Demonstrated personal integrity and commitment to this work and the ability to engender trust, credibility and confidence with a variety of constituencies.

  • Ability to maintain confidentiality where appropriate.

  • Computer literacy in the Microsoft environment including Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is required.

  • Online content management systems and print communications experience strongly desired.


Commensurate with background and experience in addition to a competitive benefits package.

The San Francisco Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and encourages people of diverse backgrounds to apply.

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Legal Assistance for Seniors (LAS) is a non-profit agency serving Alameda County residents

who are 60 years of age and older. We provide legal advice and information, representation in

court and administrative hearings, referrals to other community resources, and community

education and training in the following areas: prevention of elder abuse, public benefits,

housing, guardianships, naturalization, and health law.

Through its Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP), LAS provides

individual counseling and community education to Medicare beneficiaries in the areas of

Medicare, supplemental coverage including Medicare Advantage and prescription drug plans,

low income assistance programs, and long-term care insurance.

This position

This is a full-time position at Legal Assistance for Seniors. The Program Assistant provides

excellent frontline support to the case managers and attorneys at LAS. Under the direction of an

attorney, this position is responsible for providing excellent service to clients and callers with

time sensitive housing problems. This position assists with client screening and intakes, as well

as data entry, organization, and maintaining case records.

Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  1. Provide excellent and courteous frontline service

a. Appropriately assess caller needs, route calls, and provide referrals to senior services in

Alameda County.

b. Conduct culturally competent initial client screenings and intake.

c. Conduct follow up calls, assistance with client paperwork and scheduling of appointments

with and for clients.

  1. Provide administrative support to the housing program and all LAS departments and staff.

a. Create and maintain physical case files.

b. Enter data into multiple databases accurately and in a timely manner.

c. Maintain appropriate case notes and keep the appropriate team members informed of all

developments and updates.

d. Photocopying, forwarding, filing and collating of paper documents, proper saving and

storage of digital files.

e. Assist with the preparation of various documents and filings, accommodation requests, and

other forms needed to help retain housing for the client.

f. Support the LAS housing guide by ensuring all information included in the guide is

accurate and up to date.

  1. Maintain basic understanding of Housing and other case areas covered by LAS as appropriate.


1-3 years’ experience working in a professional/office environment preferred

Personal experience with homelessness and/or imminent risk of housing loss valued

Patience, understanding and empathy towards the needs of the people we serve and their diverse


Sensitivity towards and interest in working with seniors and people with disabilities

Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Able to prioritize work and meet key deadlines

Team player who can also work well independently

Bilingual desired

Computer proficient, including Power Point, Word, Excel and database knowledge

Punctual and efficient with time use

Working conditions & physical requirements

Ability to sit for extended periods, use of phone and computer systems for long periods of time

Alternate between sitting and motion tasks frequently

Occasional work on evenings and weekends

Extensive computer use

Ability to multitask in a busy and diverse office environment

Occasional need to attend meetings and training outside the office


Non-exempt rate of $17.50 to $19.00 per hour depending on experience, 35 hours per week.

Pro-rated benefits package.

To Apply: 

Please email a cover letter and resume in a PDF format with

the subject line “Program Assistant.” In your cover letter please address the following:

LAS serves an extremely diverse population. Our clients include seniors, people with

disabilities, low income members of our community, LGBTQ individuals, and people of

color. How do you think your experiences, professional or otherwise, have

prepared you to contribute to our commitment to cultural humility and diversity?

Feel free to think broadly about your response to this question.

Legal Assistance for Seniors is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate

based on ancestry, age, color, disability (physical and mental, includes HIV and AIDS),

genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, medical condition

(gender characteristics, cancer or record or history of cancer), military or veteran status,

national origin, race, religion (includes religious dress and grooming), sex/gender (includes

pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and/or related medical conditions), sexual orientation,

request for FMLA (Family and Medical Leave Act), or any other factor that is not related to

the position.

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The staff, board of directors and volunteers of Bread Project (TBP), a California not-for-profit

organization, believe that every person deserves meaningful, productive, self-sufficient

work. Our mission is to alleviate poverty by assisting individuals to gain and master skills

necessary forsuccessful employment in the baking and food servicesindustries. Our participants

experience multiple barriers to employment.

Our Bakery Bootcamp provides 130+ hours of skills training in the fundamentals of commercial

baking and job readiness preparation during a four-week course at TBP facilities in Berkeley, CA.

During Bootcamp, participants earn their CA Food Handlers Card, the entry-level credential

necessary to work in commercial kitchens and bakeries. Participants also earn 12 months of job

placement support following graduation. In addition, TBP operates social enterprises through a

Business Incubator and business-to-business sales. The Business Incubator supports small, local

bakery businesses - typically owned by women and people of color, by making our commercial

kitchen available to them when it is not in use for TBP instruction or production. In addition, TBP

employs its graduates to assist in meeting production requirements for baked goods sold to

commercial businesses including: Ladle and Leaf; DOUGHP (edible cookie dough) and MeloMelo

Kava Bar.

TBP’s current staff is small (6 full-time employees; 1 part-time) and mighty! This highly skilledteam currently seeks to add a dynamic, skilled, mission-driven professional as Recruitment &

Program Associate.

Position Overview

The overall responsibility of the Recruitment & Program Associate (Associate) is to effectively

execute the goals, objectives and activities required to fully subscribe Bakery Bootcamps

throughout the year. Optimal participation rate for each Bootcamp is 12 individuals. In

addition, the Associate teaches portions of the job-readiness curriculum during each cohort, is

responsible for data collection and grants reporting and provides general support for The Bread

Project participants, staff, board members and volunteers to ensure the best outcomes

possible. The Associate is the primary point of contact for some revenue grants and community

partners. The Associate reports directly to the Chef Instructor.

Primary responsibilities include, and are not limited to:

1. Recruitment of training participants. Optimal participation rate is 12 individuals for each


Administrative tasks for program functions (daily), engaging participants and teaching

portions of the job readiness curriculum

3. Monitor, evaluate, complete data-entry and reports for board and funders that include

program outcomes, participant demographics and goals (status and projections)

The Associate acts on behalf of TBP to engage external constituent groups and stakeholders.

The Associate must collaborate and communicate successfully with colleagues, supervisors,

community and referral agencies to gain support for recruitment and other opportunities for

participants during the program and after graduation.

Recruitment & Program Oversight

  • Manage all aspects of intakes, including scheduling appointments, organizing and distributing applications, and communicating with other Program Staff to evaluate each applicant

  • Develop and coordinate sustainable, high-impact programs linked to opportunities for graduate employment and organizational funding

  • Ensure successful implementation, evaluation and coordination of services; and ensure programs comply with funding regulations, program goals, and stakeholder expectations.

  • Review program policies regarding participant eligibility, recruitment and intake procedures, and program completion requirements

  • Research and analyze participant/community needs to determine corresponding program services

  • Collect and maintain records and data for program participants and activities to meet program and grant reporting requirements

  • Maintain database for community contacts, meetings, and outreach presentations

  • Evaluate curriculum on an ongoing basis to ensure achievement of key performance indicators for client enrollment, graduation and employment

  • Forecast and track total number of clients to inform outreach strategies and service delivery

  • Represent organization with external partners on special initiatives Monitoring & Evaluation

  • Contribute to strategic planning for program and organization

  • Ensure adherence to all organization and funder protocols and contract requirements for accurate and timely client data collection and reporting

  • Oversee, create and innovate, systems which track the organization’s progress including data collection, program evaluation, and reporting

  • Collect and report participant demographics program data for grant reports

  • Assist in creation of the annual report for the public which describes service outcomes

  • Customize database to meet the evolving needs of the organization and core program deliverables

  • Train appropriate staff in data procedures and modifying data already existing in database

  • Analyze feedback and data from programs and adjust program goals as needed Handle the collection of data and regularly submit reports for the Alameda County SNAP Grant Delivery of Training

  • Provide orientation to all participants which includes reviewing training policy, participant contracts and program expectations on the first day of each Bootcamp

  • Provide instruction and teach job-readiness curriculum during Bootcamp (example: vision board activity, goal setting, professional communication and interview preparation)

  • Maintain consistent, quality, accountable standards in delivery of program services, support to participants and reporting to supervisor, staff, board and funders

  • Evaluate participants’ progress during the program and provide written and oral feedback and coaching to participants to improve performance and successful program completion

  • Provide accurate and timely information and referrals to volunteers and other staff to assist Bootcamp participants and graduates as needed Relationship Building

  • Build strategic, effective relationships partners and supporters including referral partners, workforce development agencies, community-based organizations, government entities and volunteers

  • Develop and implement outreach protocol for internal and external communications about Bakery Bootcamp

  • Coordinate and conduct recruitment activities including on-site and off-site presentations about Bakery Bootcamp to audiences of potential participants

  • Prepare general program materials for use in outreach to the community and employers TBP Requirements

  • Associates Degree or Bachelor’s Degree or 3 years college

  • Teaching or Adult Education, and/or Non Profit experience preferred

  • Experience working with low-income populations a plus

  • Keen attention to detail and ability to work independently and with a team

  • Reliable, punctual, ethical, and responsible work habits

  • Exceptional verbal (oral and written) communication, and analytical skills

  • Competent collaborator and skilled cross-functional communicator

  • Effective time manager with respect for deadlines

  • Ability to identify errors and solve problems

  • Tech savvy; Internet navigation skills are essential

  • Critical thinker Starting Salary Commensurate with position requirements for not-for-profit organization If interested, attach cover letter and resume using MS Word and send via email to The Bread Project is committed to providing equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to their race, color, religious creed, sex, gender identity, gender expression, age, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, medical condition, pregnancy, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, height and weight, or other personal characteristics as may be protected by applicable law. All inquiries are held in strict confidence.

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Program Assistant (PA) Full-time and Part Time

The Milieu Center is a day program that services adults with intellectual disabilities and mental health diagnosis. We are looking for energetic and accountable individuals that have the ability to work in a client driven team first environment. Our hours are 8 am to 4 pm Mon - Fri with Holidays off.


High School Diploma.

One year of experience working with individuals with disabilities.

Proficient written and verbal communication skills.

Clean DMV record.




The Program Assistant is responsible for the following functions:

  1. Complete daily janitorial tasks.

  2. Supervise lunch area, snack area, and gym area.

  3. Assist clients with general clean up after sessions.

  4. Provide assistance to facilitators for individual and group sessions.

  5. Provide special supervision tasks for facilitators.

  6. Shop for programming needs.

  7. Transport clients in center vans during community outings.

  8. Participate on the center multidisciplinary team.

  9. Attend select client ISP meetings.

  10. Assist client with ISP goals and objectives.

  11. Complete all required documentation.

  12. Implement behavioral plans.

  13. Follow all safety procedures.

  14. Attend required trainings/meetings.

  15. Other tasks as needed.

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Union Position   Horizons Unlimited of San Francisco, Inc. (Horizons), established in 1965, is a community-based organization located in the Mission District, and offers substance abuse prevention, treatment, employment, mental health and gender specific services, for Latino and other youth of color, ages 12 to 26, and their families, residing in the Mission District and the city and county of San Francisco.     

Position Title:  Females Against Violence Senior Program Coordinator  

Reports To:  (Interim) Program Director, Treatment and Gender-Specific Programs   

Program Summary: Females Against Violence (FAV) Program is gender-specific, peer leadership program aimed at empowering young women to create change within themselves and in their community. The program is offered via 2, 6-month cohorts for at-risk Latina and other young women of color, ages 14-24 years old. Program components include leadership training and development, case management, and campaign organizing and development. The evidenced based Xinatchli curriculum, rooted in indigenous principles of a young woman’s interconnections to family, community, nation is coupled with project-based, peer-led, experiential learning (trainings, activities, outings, workshops, speakers) focused on gendered violence, bias, norms, and systems of power and oppression. The leadership component, focused on TAY youth, combines teachings from Xinatchli and the Community Action Model to create an organizing process to develop leadership capacity and personal responsibility to the community; thereby training youth to serve as peer mentors, leaders, and advocates for other girls and develop effective campaign and organizing efforts. Wrap around services offered include substance use counseling, mental health therapy, case management, and family involvement.    

· Coordinate the delivery of the FAV program according to the approved workplan and scope of services including but not limited to: outreach and recruitment, orientations, intakes and assessments, intervention and peer education strategies, peer leadership, life skills, culturally affirming activities and events, campaigns and other related services.  

· Offer wrap-around and support services including substance abuse/mental health counseling, case management, etc. 

· Develop and implement program curricula and training materials. 

· Facilitate trainings, workshops and organize outings, and presentations. 

· Support youth-led production of program materials, brochures, and flyers. 

· Cultivate ongoing working relationship with appropriate community and government organizations, e.g., SFUSD Wellness Center Coordinators and Community Health Outreach Workers, etc. to recruit and enroll a full caseload of youth and waitlist in case youth cannot continue.  

· Act as an advocate for the FAV Program clients and their families, to ensure access to services. 

· Communicate regularly with clients and their families regarding program participation, issues, concerns, etc. 

· Network and participate in external community committees to promote, represent, and develop partnerships, collaborations, linkages, etc., to support FAV clients in achieving their goals. 

· Coordinate (with clients) evaluation tools to measure effectiveness of the delivery of curricula, intervention and peer education training, and the success of school presentations.  · Participate in clinical meetings, trainings, and bi-weekly supervision with Clinical Director. 

· Prepare monthly internal reports detailing progress, success, challenges, barriers, etc. 

· Collect and input accurate client attendance and service data into the CMS system/database.  

· Attend all Agency, program, funding source and other stakeholder meetings, trainings, etc.  

· Performs other related duties as assigned by the Program Dirctor.   

· Undergraduate degree in psychology, women’s or ethnic studies and/or a closely related field, and/or comparable experience to meet this requirement (2+ years). 

· Minimum of 3 years of experience working with at risk Latina and other young women of color who have been identified with risk factors for delinquency that could result in juvenile/criminal justice system.  

· Direct knowledge regarding youth development and empowerment principles, intervention strategies, best practices (promising, community, and evidence based) in serving high at risk youth, behavior modification, harm reduction, etc.  

· Experience with conducting intakes and assessments, case planning, crisis intervention, conflict de-escalation and resolution, and anger management, etc. 

· Experience providing case management services for at risk young women of color. 

· Extensive knowledge of intervention strategies, sexual assault, domestic violence a must.   

· Strong communication (verbal and written) and organizational skills.  

· Knowledge of current trends affecting young women and available resources within San Francisco city and county. 

· Computer skills (e.g., Macintosh, Word, Excel). 

· Public speaking and multimedia presentation experience. 

· Ability to meet deadlines and juggle multiple competing deadlines/tasks in a fast paced environment.  

· Able to maintain confidential, accurate, and complete records. 

· Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred. 

· Complete a Department of Justice background check and TB test and provide results before start date.  

· If in recovery, must be clean and sober for a minimum of 2 years.   

· This is a full-time, permanent position after successful completion of a 6-month probation period. Eligible for benefits (medical, dental, vision plan, accidental life and AD&D insurance) on the 1st of the month following 1 full month of continuous employment. Other benefits include paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays. The hourly wage ranges from $19.76-$22.89.   

:  Open Until Filled   

Submit cover letter and resume to: Vilma Herrera, Program Assistant, via email at, or via mail to: 440 Potrero Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94110.   

Horizons Unlimited of San Francisco, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, culture, age, disability, gender, or sexual orientation. Women and People Of Color Are Encouraged To Apply.   Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.      

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The Lick-Wilmerding High School Director of Facilities reports to the Chief Finance and Operations Officer. The Director of Facilities is the department head for the school’s Facilities Department, which is responsible for maintaining a clean, safe and well-maintained campus, and provides support services towards the advancement of the school’s mission. The Director of Facilities oversees all Maintenance, Custodial, Security, and Reception personnel. It is expected that the Director of Facilities is on campus daily through 5pm in order to have overlap with the evening crew. In addition, expected to be on campus during key events such as Admissions Open Houses and Graduation (which occur on weekends).

Primary Responsibilities:

Maintaining Building/Campus Facilities:

Responsible for managing all aspects related to maintaining school facilities/physical plant.

Responsible for maintaining a clean campus that meets standards set for cleanliness

Maintain close and cordial working relationships with all vendors, contractors, and project managers.

Managing Facilities Department personnel:

Responsible for Reception and all associated duties.

Responsible for Custodial and Maintenance teams.

Responsible for Security and Safety Monitors.

Responsible for scheduling, supervising, job assignments, protocol and systems updates, training and evaluation performance/efficiencies.

Providing support services for school related programs:

Coordinate with various departments for the use of facilities for “after school” events

Provide support, planning and personnel as needed to support school activities and programs.

Work closely with the Director of Civic Engagement to support Partner Organizations and their programs.

Security and Safety:

Responsible for all security related issues including, building alarms, security personnel and protocols necessary to provide adequate security during and after school hours.

Partner with Director of Human Resources and Administration to assure workplace safety compliance according to local, state and federal legislation

Serves as Co-Chair on Occupational Safety Committee and Emergency Preparedness Team.

Specific Tasks: (not limited to the following list, but as determined by the Head of School, and/or the Chief Financial and Operations Officer)

Routinely inspect building structures to determine if repairs are needed

Manage the annual Facility Budget

Participate as a member of various school committees

Develop and Maintain documented Management Plans for all buildings as separate entities

Supervise renovations and additions

Organize transport, disposal, or relocation of office equipment and furniture

Evaluate energy and utility use and associated costs

Apply energy efficient protocols and use sustainable materials when possible

Working with the CFOO and the school’s Campus Stewardship Committee develop and maintain a long-range facility, equipment obsolescent and replacement program (AMF)

Perform environmental hazard management/planning and remediation

Through a rigorous professional development program maintain current knowledge in the field of facilities management/maintenance/security.

Insure compliance with applicable building and safety codes, OSHA requirements, hazardous waste disposal and relevant federal, state and local laws and regulations.

Represents the school and the department on committees and administrative team

Monitors campus emergencies, including equipment breakdowns, malfunctions and alarm calls

Responsible for the maintenance and operation of the campus fire alarm systems, fire protection systems, and security systems

Responsible for inventory and supply of emergency supplies

Processing Room Reservations and scheduling spaces accordingly

Processing Event Requests for various constituencies. Allocating space and personnel accordingly.

Works closely with the Dean of Students to develop school calendar and scheduling of activities outside of the Academic schedule.

Works closely with the Director of Food Services to support meal program and catering; schedules regular maintenance of kitchen equipment.

Manages the parking lot and visitor/vendor access




College degree in a related field preferred or equivalent work experience.

At least five years experience in construction and/or property management, with a minimum of five years of experience in a supervisory capacity.

Previous experience in a School setting preferred.

Ability to communicate orally in Spanish preferred.

Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.

Demonstrate knowledge of construction codes, health and safety regulations, financial management practices, purchasing, supervision and motivation of personnel, and state and local regulations regarding the maintenance of buildings and equipment.

Knowledge of Building Automation System (use Sunbelt Automated Logic).

Knowledge of Cal OSHA SF Department of Health regulations and compliance and best practices

Have excellent leadership and organizational skills and the ability to motivate people to their best performance.

Have excellent integrity and demonstrate good moral character and initiative.

Exhibit a personality that demonstrates interpersonal skills to work well with students, faculty and staff, administration, parents and the community.

Demonstrate the ability to adeptly use computers, email, smartphone, Microsoft Office suite products, scheduling and other maintenance software effectively.

Successfully pass all necessary pre-employment screenings to ensure the safety and security of the school community.

Physical Demands:

The physical demands here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential responsibilities and functions of the job and are not meant to be all-inclusive. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential responsibilities and functions of the job.

Use strength to lift items needed to perform the functions of the job.

Sit, stand, and walk for extended periods of time.


Please apply through this site and submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references all in in MS Word or PDF format. The application process begins immediately and is open until filled. No calls or emails, please.

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Looking for a rewarding position where you can make a difference? Do you picture yourself working with an organization where trust, integrity, innovation, flexibility, passion, and teamwork are the main pillars of culture? We hire good people who share that belief. At School on Wheels, we’re always looking for talented, dedicated people who believe in the power of education and the potential of children.

School on Wheels is a fast-paced nonprofit organization working to change the lives of homeless children. Our goal is to shrink the gaps in their education and provide them with the highest level of education possible.

We are currently hiring for the following positions:

Chief Operations Officer

Regional Team Leader

Volunteer Support Coordinator - West LA

Volunteer Support Coordinator - San Fernando Valley

Additional details and full job descriptions can be found on our website

Please refer to which position you are applying when sending your resume and cover letter. Applications without a cover letter will not be reviewed.

School on Wheels is an Equal Opportunity Employer encouraging diversity in the workplace.

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Job Description


The Chief Program Officer (CPO) Provides Senior Executive administration to agency programs and related administrative areas and reports directly to the Chief Operating Officer (COO). This position assists the Chief Operating Officer with all aspects of agency performance and provides inspired leadership to develop and nurture a dynamic organizational culture that embraces growth, a team approach, and creative thinking



·         Assume executive leadership role in achieving the highest possible standards while developing and carrying out the agency’s mission, goals, and objectives

·         Keep the Chief Operating Officer informed of all major issues and concerns

·         Oversee Executive-level and Senior-program staff and provide support in all elements of program and related administrative areas

·         Assure program and agency compliance with local, State and Federal regulatory agencies.

·         Direct staff in the development and monitoring of program budgets

·         Assure adherence to all internal compliance standards (CQI, HR, Fiscal)

·         Direct and expand IT initiatives for managed care readiness

·         Evaluate and prepare programs for managed care activities

·         Prepare monthly program reports indicating key areas of program and staff functioning.

·         Direct and assist Program staff in after-hour emergencies

·         Represent programs at local and state meetings/conferences

·         Work with COO in developing and expanding program initiatives

·         Work with COO in agency Development activities

·         Assume leadership and responsibility for programs in the absence of the Chief Operating Officer

·         Provide on-going development and supervision to direct reports, focusing on accountability.

·         Monitor program strategic planning goals

·         Participate in the Board of Directors meetings

Work cross collaboratively with other members of the Executive Management team to make sure that all programs work seamlessly to provide a strong vision for the agency.

Support all functions that attain and maintain accreditation and compliance with regulatory agencies.

Provide leadership in developing and overseeing all organizational policies and procedures.

Assume such other duties appropriate to the position as may be assigned.

JOB SPECIFICATIONS  (Skills, Knowledge, Ability)

  • Exceptional leadership, management, supervision and creative skills

  • Ability to interact with and complete assignments in a manner sensitive to the service population’s cultural and          socioeconomic characteristic

  • Proven success as a member of an executive team

  • Experience in leading a large and complex agency

  • Assure constant review of local, state, and federal regulations and ensure compliance with standards

  • Effective at working collaboratively with other members of the Executive Team, Management Team, Board members and staff 

  • Experience in planning, leading, and managing multiple projects and tasks


The candidate should have a minimum of ten (10 years progressive management experience (diversified programs) in a non-profit setting to include executive management. A LMSW is required, Juris Doctor (JD) preferred. Experience with budgets, compliance, facilities management, and Information Technology a must. Managed care experience preferred. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; after hours response a must.


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Position Overview The Chief Program Officer, Clean Cooking Alliance, will report to the CEO of the Alliance and lead a significant portion of programming at the Alliance. The CPO will be an integral member of executive leadership at the Alliance. The Chief Program Officer will be responsible for design, implementation, and reporting of Market Strengthening activities as well as other strategic and complementary in-country activities. The Chief Program Officer will work closely with Alliance Senior Directors and staff in advancing rigorous program and project management from start to finish, standing up and refining new systems, templates and processes for the Alliance to do so, and providing strategic oversight to technical teams and functional support Staff. The Chief Program Officer will lead the Market Strengthening Team by overseeing strategic program development, implementation, reporting, and learning. The Chief Program Officer will also be responsible for strategic donor relations as well as additional fundraising to continue to grow the program and its effectiveness. The Chief Program Officer will have the opportunity to deploy and steward an innovative market-based program, serving as a critical member of the Alliance ‘s leadership team. In close collaboration with the CEO, the Chief Program Officer will oversee the portfolio of market strengthening projects and related services; evaluate the effectiveness of these projects to provide continuous feedback; elevate the issue of clean cooking through external communications; and provide mentoring, guidance, supervision, and professional development to Alliance Staff. The Chief Program Officer will manage the Market Strengthening Team’s Senior Director of Gender, Demand, & Policy, and the Senior Director of Private Sector & Investment and their teams and will be responsible for coordinating the timely implementation of the program and complementary donor projects. This includes coordinating all members of the program team, coordinating annual work plan and budget development, ensuring timely workplan implementation, assisting with the development of Requests for Proposals, shepherding contracts, monitoring budgets, ensuring donor compliance, and managing donor relations and grant reporting. The Chief Program Officer will work closely with Alliance staff members from each team and will report directly to the CEO, Clean Cooking Alliance. Essential Functions Strategy In coordination with the Chief Executive Officer manage the overall development, strategic planning, implementation, and management of the Market Strengthening Program and complementary donor projects. Oversee the coordination, integration, and delivery of all areas of the program, contracts and related services, promoting collaborative relationships between program areas and ensuring that the expectations of funders, partners, constituents, clients, and other stakeholders are consistently met. Work with the CEO and senior leadership to establish a strategic vision and guiding philosophy that informs short and long-term programming goals. Work with the Development Team to secure additional funding to continue to grow the program and its effectiveness, by designing and preparing new funding proposals. Work with the CEO and senior leadership to determine staffing plans to achieve program goals and objectives. Deploy resources efficiently and effectively toward program goals, working with Staff to balance workload and effort and carefully manage program budgets. Program Execution Lead the development, design, and budgeting process on an on-going basis, including for annual work plans, and work closely with the Operations team to budget and monitor programmatic operations to ensure sound fiscal and system management. Lead in the management of reporting deadlines and deliverables. Convene regular internal coordination meetings/calls to monitor progress against the work plan(s). Guide the development of Requests for Proposals, Terms of Reference, grants, and contracts for additional consultants for implementation of program activities. Provide compliance oversight and serve as a point of contact for compliance-related questions from the donor. Maintain extensive files and documentation that show full compliance of program activities with both donor and internal UNF regulations. Provide hands-on support and technical assistance in monitoring program activities and recommend actions necessary to resolve concerns. Mentor senior directors, managers coordinators, and other Staff on how to proactively engage in planning to improve program management. Support the timely coordination of the activities being undertaken by Alliance team members in Washington, D.C. as well as representatives in-country, and monitor adherence to all grant timelines and budgets. External Engagements Collaborate with the Communications & Partnerships team on the preparation and/or dissemination of communications pieces including reports, social media, and other communications materials. Represent the Alliance at external events and in partner consultations. Perform other duties and/or tasks as assigned. Other Maintaining working knowledge of the UNF agreement process (for both contracts and grants), and when to utilize the proper templates accordingly. (As applicable to the role) Drafting and reviewing agreements and maintaining an understanding of all agreement terms and applicable flow-downs, consulting with UNF’s finance/contracts team as needed. (As applicable to the role) Attending training sessions provided by UNF’s contracts team to maintain and keep up to date with UNF’s current policies and procedures. (As applicable to the role) Maintain a strong knowledge of UNF’s Salesforce database to be able to process and track agreements, extract information and prepare reports. (As applicable to the role) Other duties as assigned. Selection Criteria Energetic, kind, transparent, positive, and humble. Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s Degree in business administration, energy, international development, environment, or related field strongly preferred. A minimum of 15 years leadership experience in a roles overseeing multiple international programs. Demonstrated experience managing a high-performing team in a multi-site structure. Demonstrated experience in project management and execution. Comprehensive working knowledge of program planning, organizational structure, budgeting, administrative operations. Demonstrated experience raising grant funding and managing donor relationships. Strong relationship builder with the ability find common ground, build consensus and strengthen collaboration among diverse stakeholders. Excellent communication skills, both written and oral, with the ability to represent the organization externally across a wide range of stakeholders and constituencies. Familiarity with the clean cooking sector or household energy is a plus​. Problem-solver with a proactive, no-task-is-too-small nature. Go-getter attitude excited to build new systems and processes. Ability to manage multiple competing tasks. Ability to work under pressure and to thrive in a fast-paced environment. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and to meet tight deadlines. Flexible and adaptable with willingness to support other departments. Personal commitment to the Clean Cooking Alliance and UNF’s vision and the ability to articulate those to others in a convincing manner. Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint. Experience working in developing countries, particularly Sub-Saharan Africa, preferred. Ability to work under pressure and handle stress. Ability to meet regular attendance/tardiness policy. Benefits & Compensation For full-time, benefit eligible employees, UNF offers an excellent range of benefits, including: a choice between two health plans through UnitedHealthcare (PPO or HDHP with HSA) dental insurance vision insurance flexible spending accounts 403b retirement savings plan with a generous matching contribution group term and supplemental life insurance short-term disability long-term disability health club discounts commuter subsidy back-up care employee assistance program Additionally, all benefit eligible employees have 12 paid holidays, 20 vacation days, 10 sick days, 3 personal days, and 8 weeks of family leave care.

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Organization Description: Young Audiences/Arts for Learning, founded in Baltimore in 1950, is the country’s foremost arts-in-education non-profit organization. The MD affiliate Young Audiences/Arts for Learning (YA) has grown steadily over the past decade, resulting in a $7M budget, with 30 staff, more than 400 independent contractors and providing more than 12,000 programs to 170,000 students each year. YA is a mission-driven organization that values community, innovation, and passion. The staff, board, and teaching artists have a shared commitment to advance equity in the field of education by working tirelessly to generate opportunities for students to imagine, create, and realize their full potential through the arts. Job Description: The Chief Program Officer will provide skilled leadership for several YA programs, ten staff members, and a roster of more than 100 teaching artists; prioritize strategic program development and innovation, business/partnership development, data-driven decision-making, team-building, talent development, and budgeting. The incoming leader will continue to strengthen and refine team results and functioning, with particular attention to applying a racial justice approach to inform ongoing program development and evaluation, organizational health and development, and YA's income and financial sustainability. The Chief Program Officer reports to the President & CEO, serves as a key member of the leadership team, and collaborates closely with other organizational leaders including the finance, education, development, and communication departments. This role provides an extraordinary opportunity for a talented, inclusive, and results-based leader to help shape how the organization will continue to operationalize its value in advancing race equity. This candidate will lead a passionate and committed team in an organization with strong programming, a committed board of directors, a history of successful fundraising, and an excellent reputation in our community. The ideal candidate has experience managing multiple programs and teams in a school-based setting or other complex or multi-site organizational structure in which they have engaged a wide range of stakeholders and supported program staff tasked with difficult work. They will have demonstrated success in leading program strategy with the ability to identify and respond to opportunities with tailoring, designing and managing innovative, high-quality programs. Preference will be given to candidates that have strong skills in systems-thinking drawn on knowledge of the historical and current impact of racism in our city and state. This is a new role that will provide leadership, inspiration, and support to hardworking staff, and one that will ensure that YA is positioned to respond to new and evolving opportunities to serve children, schools, and communities throughout Maryland. Key responsibilities: Strategic program development: Develop a vision and strategy for program growth and evolution, which will involve planning and developing additional program models/components, developing or pursuing new public funding and/or grant opportunities in collaboration with the finance and development teams. Oversee the response to requests for YA services and assessment of the feasibility and strategic value of new partnerships. Continue to build research-informed and evidence-based practices and resources for the different tiers of school-based programs for students, parents, teachers, and administrators. Oversee development/revision of standards of practice, and tools to manage to those standards, including ongoing codification of program materials and processes. Work with education directors to ensure artist recruitment and training programs are aligned with program development. Partner with COO and Race Equity Taskforce to use an anti-racism approach to organizational development and external programming. Program management: Partner with the data and systems manager to provide program data to evaluate programmatic impact and monitor progress toward results. Partner with COO to determine the best team management structure, and support the management of a large, diverse team, ensuring programmatic excellence, strong school-based partnerships, and professional growth and continuous learning. Support the continued development of YA’s racial equity competencies and foster an inclusive environment. Oversee fiscal management of programs in collaboration with the finance team, including creating programmatic budgets and amending procedures to respond to changes in external fiscal policies. Hold program staff accountable for budget/territory management. Manage the PQS and quote submission process for City Schools to ensure our programs remain accessible to City School children. Financial management: Develop annual program department budget, complete regular reprojections, cash flow reports, and reconciliation reports with other departments. Build the financial management muscle of their team, ensuring that project budgets are managed and monitored, accounts receiveable remains low, and the team is equipped to develop generate earned revenue opportunities. External relationship management: Represent YA’s work to external audiences; establish and maintain strong working relationships with external stakeholders. Serve as a partner to the development team in donor/foundation stewardship processes; contribute to building supporters’ understanding of our work and impact. Champion program staff contributions to development and fundraising efforts. Other duties as assigned Qualifications While no one candidate will possess every quality outlined for this position, the successful candidate will fit many of the following professional qualifications and personal attributes: A passion for the arts, arts integration, and the role of teaching artists/community artists in education. Experience working directly with people from diverse racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds. An understanding of the concepts of institutional and structural racism and bias, and its impact on policies and practices, especially related to the administration of public education. A self-starter with a proactive approach to problem-solving with strong decision-making skills. Experience leading in nonprofit or social service settings. Experience hiring and retaining program staff and leading through transitions and growth. Proven track record of developing and managing through a results-based framework, by delivering high-quality programs and leveraging data to drive continuous learning and program improvement. Experience developing and managing budgets at $1M or higher. Strategic thinking and demonstrated success in program innovation. Experience in program evaluation. Exceptional managerial experience, with an inclusive leadership style, skill in giving and receiving feedback, the ability to hold staff accountable and drive continuous improvement. Commitment to race equity; preferred experience applying a racial justice and race equity lens to their work. Strong communication, negotiation, and conflict resolution skills, especially when working across differences, with demonstrated ability to form and maintain strong collaborative partnerships and to build consensus with colleagues, principals, and other strategic stakeholders. Experience with public school-based programs considered a plus. Ability to thrive in a high autonomy/high accountability environment, and to adapt to changing circumstances, working flexibly in order to handle multiple priorities. Compensation: We offer an attractive benefits package that includes medical, dental, and vision health care coverage, retirement contributions, paid sick leave, and vacation time. To Apply: For consideration, please send your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to with “Chief Program Officer" in the subject line. The deadline to apply is January 01, 2020 . Please do not send applications that include headshots or photos of yourself. No phone calls or recruiters please.

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