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

JOB TITLE: Site Director—Alameda Island Kids

ACCOUNTABLITY: Program Director

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

 

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:

Organizational Mission

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

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

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

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

and bold.

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

communicates them to staff, parents and children.

Supervision/Activities

*Supervises all staff at the site

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

*Creates and follows emergency procedures.

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

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

*Plans and implements an age and developmentally appropriate program.

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

*Plans and chairs monthly site staff meetings.

*Attends and participates in monthly Site Directors’ meetings.

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

Public Relations

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

staff and Girls Inc. administration.

*Consults with parents and school site staff.

*Assists children to resolve conflicts.

Financial

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

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

Personnel

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

Requested by Program Director.

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

forwards to Program Director.

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

*Evaluates all site staff.

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

necessary.

*Participates in recruiting needed staff and volunteers.

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

QUALIFICATIONS:

*Must be 18 years or older

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

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

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

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

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


  • Mandated Reporting Training on-line AB 1207 Certificate

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

Hours of Work: 


  • Exempt, full-time salaried position with benefits.

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

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


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Nonprofit Leadership Fellow – Sustainability Education and Workforce  (One-year term)  

Strategic Energy Innovations - San Rafael CA   

Are you passionate about sustainability issues and how they connect to education? Are you a highly organized self-starter with strong technical and writing background?  Strategic Energy Innovations (SEI) is seeking a dedicated individual, passionate about working in the non-profit sector, to provide a year of service as a full-time, paid Fellow for a cutting-edge organization focused on designing innovative solutions to address community climate and sustainability goals.  (One-year term)Strategic Energy Innovations (SEI) is seeking a dedicated individual, passionate about working in the non-profit sector, to provide a year of service as a full-time, paid Fellow for a cutting-edge organization focused on designing innovative solutions to address community climate and sustainability goals. Working within SEI’s Non-profit Leadership Fellowship, this candidate will have the opportunity to work directly with our Program Staff. This is a full-time 12-month paid position, currently based out of your home office and eventually working in our north San Rafael office when our team begins to work on site again this fall.  Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with an intended start date of as soon as possible.  This position offers exceptional training and professional development and exposure in the areas of climate/energy sustainability and non-profit fundraising/management.ABOUT SEISEI is a non-profit organization based in San Rafael, Marin County, dedicated to building leaders to drive sustainability solutions. For over 20 years, SEI has partnered with schools, communities, and businesses to develop a sustainability leadership pathway from elementary school to early career. Our flagship programs educate and empower students and emerging professionals to create thriving, resilient communities. Our staff works within teams to support each other on projects and to creatively develop new and effective models. We're looking for a resourceful individual to join our team who enjoys leading and supporting multiple concurrent projects and has the ambition to grow with our organization. More details on our programs and services can be found at:

FELLOWSHIP BENEFITS


  • Hands-on experience in innovative K-12 and college/university sustainability education and conservation projects, agency-wide and program specific communications tasks, along with other climate/sustainable energy projects as candidate interests & schedule permits

  • Work on special projects under direction of SEI’s management team

  • Experience in team-based grant writing and proposal development

  • Commitment to regular (one day per month on average) professional training

  • Career coaching throughout the year and end-of-fellowship career search support

  • Formal goal setting and periodic performance reviews/feedback  

SUPPORT AREAS AND ASSOCIATED RESPONSIBILITIESThe Fellow may support the agency’s implementation of activities across a variety of our flagship cutting-edge resource efficiency programs, with exposure to key components of program design, promotion/fundraising, implementation, reporting, and evaluation:  



  • K-12 School Program Support – The focus of this aspect is to support SEI’s conservation and education programs in K-12 schools. This will include participation in project-based curriculum development, teacher trainings, student instruction, and support for district and school conservation campaigns. Work may include hands-on support for The School of Environmental Leadership (The SEL).


  • Higher Education Program Support - The Fellow may support with assisting in a variety of coordination roles in our effort to provide for student applied learning and energy curriculum integration with community colleges and 4-year degree schools.


  • Climate/Energy Program Support – A portion of the Fellow’s time may be spent in direct support of one of our many programs in the sustainable communities and workforce development sectors.


  • Proposal Support – A portion of the Fellow’s focus could entail working across SEI Directors and Managers to write grant applications to fund our work.


  • Special Project Support – Under the direction of SEI’s Executive Director, the Fellow may assist in helping plan for and implement new and innovative programs that expand our team’s collective body of work and measurable impact.

QUALIFICATIONSThe qualified candidate is highly skilled working across the Microsoft suite of office automation software (e.g.: MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)  Qualified candidates will also evidence strong quantitative, written and verbal communication skills, in addition to the following:


  • Experience/strong interest working in education with K-12 and/or higher education stakeholders (students, teachers, and/or staff)

  • Strong written and verbal communications skills that includes case study development and leading small group trainings and/or presentations;

  • Background or experience in curriculum and grant development, and/or leading group trainings and/or presentations

  • Bachelor’s degree (advanced coursework a plus) in a quantitative discipline, environmental studies, or related field or equivalent work experience

  • A commitment to anti-racism and willingness to work within racial equity frameworks

  • Demonstrated experience with efficient web research and information synthesis

  • Demonstrated ability to manage varied projects and tasks at any time

  • Ability to work full-time out of our San Rafael office (once Shelter-in-Place is lifted), and willingness to engage in recurring overnight travel in the California region and/or beyond (once Shelter-in-Place is lifted).

  • Basic knowledge of core energy efficiency and building science concepts

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:


  • Experience with Environmental Education

  • Background working on campus-based student outreach/campaigns and projects

  • Experience in energy auditing and/or solar analysis

  • Strong analytic skills, experience with Excel (building spreadsheets, formulas, and data manipulation) and math or science background

  • Basic knowledge of core energy efficiency and building science concepts

  • Prior energy, climate change work experience

  • Working knowledge of greenhouse gas emissions-related activities and current policies and programs

  • Understanding of financial analysis or modeling

  • Marketing/community outreach experience

  • Web/Video Experience

COMPENSATIONThis position offers an hourly rate of $18.50 per hour, medical benefits, paid vacation and sick time.  Beyond monetary compensation, this fellowship affords the candidate significant technical skill and non-profit leadership skills development, fieldwork and networking opportunities.PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTSThis position requires the ability to: Read/comprehend, write, perform calculations, communicate orally, reason and analyze, use fine finger movements, use a computer and mouse, sit, stand, walk, drive a motorized vehicle, carry and/or lift up to 25 pounds, reach above shoulder level, bend, squat, crouch, kneel, push/pull, grasp.SEI is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We strive to reflect the diverse communities we serve, especially those most impacted by climate change and other kinds of environmental, social, and economic injustices. Persons of color, persons with disabilities, older adults, and members of the LGBTQ community are strongly encouraged to apply.

How to Apply:

Email cover letter and resume to us at Jobs202@seiinc.org.Please put NPLF Sustainability Education/Workforce in the subject line.  Please indicate in your cover letter your availability to start.No phone calls, please.  Strategic Energy Innovations is an equal opportunity employer.


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At STAND! For Families Free of Violence, we believe that community engagement is essential to promoting healthy relationships, eliminating gender-based violence, and strengthening families.  

Our work with young people is critical to our mission to break the multigenerational cycle of domestic violence, and we currently have an exciting opportunity for a manager to oversee programs aimed at preventing teen dating violence, and raising awareness about healthy relationships. 

Besides program development, management, and evaluation, this role maintains relationships with external partners to maximize the outreach and delivery of our programs, and also supervises staff.   

This is a part time position, expected to work between 20 and 32 hours per week. Please describe your desired schedule in your cover letter.   

The current pandemic has presented us with an opportunity to convert our existing well established, evidence-based programs into a virtual format, and the manager’s immediate responsibility will be to join the team in this work. Therefore, previous experience developing engaging, youth-oriented, virtual content is required.   

The manager will ensure services are delivered to the young people in our programs in a high-quality, participant-centered, trauma-informed, manner. To measure the success of our programs and inform improvements to them, the manager will oversee accurate data collection, be responsible for report preparation and delivery, and ensure the timely submission of both.   

 

STAND! is a catalyst for breaking the multigenerational cycle of violence, promoting safe and strong relationships, and rebuilding lives. Our work is guided by our values of integrity, passion, compassion, safety, accountability, innovation, and collaboration. We welcome staff who can embrace these values, and who seek to create and participate in a culture of interpersonal kindness and accountability, with respect for every stakeholder in the agency; and for the contribution of everyone who joins us in this work.   

Program Management: 


  1. Build, develop, and implement innovative teen dating violence programs that meet the needs of young people and are built on evidence based, best practice, and promising practice models. Ensure they are delivered in relatable, accessible, in person or virtual formats. 

  2. Establish, document, and ensure use of appropriate service provision policies, protocols, and procedures, consistent with contracts, and legal / professional requirements, including safety and confidentiality. 

  3. Maintain and monitor systems to measure outcomes of clients served. 

  4. Develop and maintain systems and services that ensure clients are provided consistent, culturally sensitive, high quality services.  

  5. Develop and implement evaluation methods and tools; complete required program progress and evaluation reports.

  6. Ensure client cases are reviewed regularly, provide consultation to staff for client work. 

  7. Develop, implement, and train staff to respond to emergencies and provide crisis response services. Coordinate / provide in-service training opportunities to build staff competencies. 

  8. Build, develop, and maintain community relationships; attend meetings as required. 

  9. Actively participate in the agency’s management leadership forums including client services management team and full leadership team.

  10. Work with director on further development of program, goals, outcomes, standards, etc.

Administrative Management:


  1. Implement and manage contract compliance, reporting and accountability for outcomes and goals as stated in the grants/contracts. 

  2. Submit monthly report for all programs to the Director of Client Services.   

Personnel and Fiscal Management:  


  1. Build staffs’ core competencies to improve and increase service provision.

  2. Hire, supervise, evaluate, schedule, promote, take corrective action, train, and foster paid and volunteer team efforts within the program.

  3. Monitor tracking for monies/gift card/travel vouchers issued by staff  

 


  1. B.A. in social justice, public health, social work or related field, or equivalent experience. 

  2. Minimum of 2 years’ solid work experience in the field of domestic violence and/or teen dating violence. 

  3. Expertise providing direct service work including crisis management.

  4. Experience educating / training youth who have experienced trauma; knowledge of youth development theory and application.

  5. Minimum of 1 years’ experience developing compelling, accessible, and culturally sensitive virtual content aimed at engaging young people.

  6. Skilled group facilitator, robust demonstrable experience working with group and utilizing the group process.

  7. Certified, or able to become certified as a Domestic Violence Counselor.

  8. Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly in person and virtually; strong public speaking skills.

  9. Counseling experience with, or training in domestic violence issues, including teen dating violence.

  10. Excellent prioritizing and organizational skills, including time management.

  11. Able to demonstrate highly developed initiative and sound judgment skills.

  12. Proficiency in computer skills, especially using Outlook, Word, Excel, Power Point and customized databases.

  13. Ability to work with people of diverse backgrounds.

  14. Commitment to maintain shelter-site confidentiality.

  15. Understanding of the Agency’s mission and ability to maintain appropriate boundaries with clients in all circumstances.

Reliable vehicle, valid California driver’s license, clean driving record, and proof of insurance.  MVR will be obtained prior to hire and run periodically thereafter.

 

Bilingual English / Spanish skills

Experience with program and staff supervision, building and fostering a strong team, and providing guidance and valuing staff accountability

BA in communications, marketing, or related field  

Experience in community organizing

Experience operating within school or similar systems

Experience working with clients impacted by family violence and abuse with specialized knowledge of trauma  

Experience with ETO database

Experience developing, implementing and supervising social service-related programs and staff in a non-profit or related work setting

Experience implementing public health prevention frameworks

Employment with STAND! is contingent upon clear fingerprint, criminal history check, clear MVR, and successfully completing U.S. Department of Justice Form I9. Continued employment is contingent upon successful completion of the Agency’s mission-related required training.    

 

· The opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children and their families 

· A learning organization, access to training, plus an annual learning stipend. 

· Flexible schedule. Please indicate your desired hours (between 20 and 32 per week) and work schedule

· Temporary partial remote work during COVID 

 · Hourly rate of $30.28, a 5% differential will be added for candidates with fluent bilingual Spanish/English skills  

· At 30-32 hours a week, this role is eligible for our generous benefits package which includes: medical, dental, vision, life and AD&D insurance, voluntary acupuncture and chiropractic insurance, 403(B) plan (limited employer match after one year’s service); and to earn vacation, sick leave and holiday pay pro-rata. At 20-29 hours/week, this role carries eligibility for all benefits except medical.   

 Apply by emailing a cover letter, resume and the names of three supervisory references to: resume@standffov.org. Please put “CEED Manager” in the subject line of your email, and describe your desired schedule in your cover letter.    

STAND! For Families Free of Violence is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to staff diversity. We welcome qualified persons of all backgrounds to apply.  


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