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

The SF Marin Food Bank is comprised of a dedicated team of approximately 150 staff working collaboratively to provide close to 50 million pounds of food to over 210,000 people in the Bay Area – a region where 1 in 4 people are at risk of hunger. We are currently looking for a Vice President of Development to help with overseeing a complex, multi-channel development department that delivers against the organizations mission to end hunger. See the job description below and apply today if you would like to join us in our mission to end hunger.


SF-Marin Food Bank is seeking a Vice President of Development to strategically lead the organization’s fund development department to meet its current goal of raising $22 million annually in support of its annual operating budget of $29 million. In addition, the Food Bank has undertaken a $40 million capital campaign.

The Vice President of Development oversees, manages, and directs all individual, corporate, and foundation fundraising activities for SFMFB. S/he leads the 28-person Development team to meet the fundraising and marketing goals of the organization.



  • Develop and lead a comprehensive and diverse fund development strategy to sustain and grow the revenue of SFMFB.

  • Leverage existing Food Bank staff and relationships to advance the development office, expand the major gifts program, and develop a plan to scale revenue over the next decade to support increasing operations in San Francisco and Marin.

  • Inspire and motivate the Development Team to achieve fundraising goals.

  • Develop and manage the annual fundraising budget and work plan, track, and report results.

  • Together with the Senior Director of Development and the Director of Leadership Gifts, broaden and develop robust major gifts and planned giving programs and assist in the identification, cultivation and solicitation of major donors and planned gift donors.

  • Oversee the work of the Director of Annual Fund as they plan and execute direct mail and online campaigns.

  • Oversee the work of the Director of Community Engagement as they plan and execute special events, community engagement efforts and volunteer programs.

  • Ensure the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of institutional supporters.

  • Oversee the work of the Director of Development Operations and assure the strong management of the donor database and the prompt, accurate acknowledgment, and recognition of donor contributions.

  • Ensure that donor management systems are fully utilized and that underlying donor cultivation strategies are fully supported through appropriate leveraging of technology and best practices.

  • Involve the Executive Director, Board members and other SFMFB staff in fundraising activities, as appropriate.

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

  • Serve to staff and provide leadership to the Board of Director’s Development Steering Committee to achieve SFMFB goals.

Capital Campaign

  • The VP of Development will be expected to advance the Food Bank’s fundraising capacity by leading a major capital campaign to raise $40 million (currently at 61% of goal) over and above the annual budget, with guidance and support from the Campaign Director.

  • Work closely with prominent community leaders serving on the Development Steering Committee to help them identify, cultivate, and solicit their own networks.

  • Serve as a liaison between executive team, campaign staff, Development Steering Committee, and the board of directors with regards to the campaign.

Public Awareness

  • Oversee the work of the Director of Marketing and Communications, who leads public outreach activities, including advertising and media campaigns related to fund raising efforts or promoting awareness about SFMFB and its impact on ending hunger; the maintenance and expansion of SFMFB’s website and social network activities;

  • Make public presentations and appeals to prospective corporate, foundation and individual funders.

  • Represent SFMFB at community functions as appropriate.

Staff Management

  • Model a leadership style that is open, supportive, and encouraging to staff, treating team members as respected colleagues.

  • Recruit for open team positions, thoughtfully crafting a team structure that further supports the work of the entire team.

  • Set a strong vision for the Development Team, including clear priorities, objectives, and measurable goals.

  • Provide strong professional development support for the Development Team and mentor individuals toward greater professional achievement.

  • Maintain a strong team esprit de corps and a healthy working environment within the department.

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

Organizational Support

  • Participate on the senior management team to provide leadership and direction for SFMFB’s policies, programs, and operations.

  • Support future growth efforts of the organization by participating in strategic planning activities.

  • Provide ongoing fundraising campaign reporting and analysis to the management team and the Board.


  • Appropriate policies and procedures are maintained and updated on a yearly basis.

  • Revenue targets are met or exceeded.

  • Reputation of organization is maintained or enhanced.


  • Proven experience leading a successful Devlopment Department.

  • Broad-based experience securing major institutional or principal gifts for a $20+ million nonprofit organization, with experience managing a team of fundraisers.

  • Track record of success driving long-range strategies for a complex giving program.

  • Minimum of ten years managing large-scale direct mail and online fundraising campaigns, preferably for nonprofit organizations

  • Proven ability to acquire, cultivate and solicit donors for annual gifts, and to sustain and grow donor relationships; ability to assess and measure outcomes.

  • Expertise with developing and using financial analysis and donor reports to inform strategic decisions.

  • Strong strategic thinking and leadership skills; ability to develop and monitor work plans and budgets; experience managing multiple projects with multiple stakeholders simultaneously.

  • Experience designing, structuring, closing, and stewarding, complex, multi-year funding agreements; knowledge of major local foundations and human services funders.

  • Sensitivity and commitment to working with and serving a diverse community.


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

ENVIRONMENT: Standard office

FINGER DEXTERITY: Requires typing on standard computer.

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

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

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

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



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.

SALARY: Competitive pay based on qualifications and experience

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

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

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 ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW  The Achievable Foundation (Achievable) is a nonprofit Federal Qualified Community Health Center whose mission is to provide high quality, integrated care to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, their families, and other vulnerable populations.   

JOB SUMMARY  Reporting to the CEO the Operations Manager is responsible for directing day-to- day operations. Monitors compliance with internal policies and procedures, contractual requirements and external regulatory guidelines. Directly supervises LVN, medical records, referrals, care coordination, and call center staff.    

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES ● Responsible for the day to day operations, ensuring health center is staffed appropriately  ● Serves as a liaison between the practice and the administration to ensure quality patient care, excellent customer satisfaction, efficient operations ● Serves as lead staff member on the preparation of external audits (i.e. HRSA site visits, health plans, MHLA), assists with facility review, chart review and personnel review. ● Develops and maintains effective operational systems to file, track, and monitor contracts and associated regulatory requirements and submissions ● Implements corrective action plans as result of any findings ● Develops, implements, and enforces policies and oversee the staffs’ compliance to policies ● Monitor key performance indicators and prepare information for discussion during weekly leadership meetings ● Serves as an integral member of the Quality Improvement Committee ● Serves as a liaison between HRSA and Achievable ● Recruits, hires, supervises, evaluates, and as necessary disciplines direct reports ● Oversees the referral process to ensure timely access to specialty care ● Oversees call center, ensuring calls are answered in a timely manner and are handled appropriately and efficiently ● Reviews, approves, and submits timely staff timesheets for payroll processing ● Provides training for staff both in a group setting as well as one-on-one ● Reviews, approves and manages time off requests to ensure appropriate staffing levels ● In conjunction with HR, tracks and maintains licensure and certification for all team member requirements to ensure compliance ● Works with management team to ensure operations and relations are effective     ● Attends required meetings and participates in committees as requested ● Fosters an environment of collaboration, professionalism, patient/colleague safety, quality care, continuous improvement and reward and recognition ● Performs other duties as assigned   

QUALIFICATIONS  ● Bachelor degree in management or healthcare administration, or equivalent work experience ● A minimum of three to five years’ experience working in ambulatory care setting, FQHCs preferred  ● Leadership/management experience required ● Supervisory experience is required ● Must have the ability to decipher complex systems and information in order to provide easy to understand summaries for staff, patients, or the general public ● Must have knowledge of factors impacting patient flow in order to streamline processes ● Must possess an understanding of private and public health plans ● Must have a working knowledge of personal computer applications; knowledge of electronic health records is a plus ● Ability to maintain patient confidentiality and adhere to HIPAA regulations ● Must be able to interact with people of various socioeconomic statuses  ● Ability to address sensitive issues with tact and diplomacy ● Strong communication skills both verbal and written ● Ability to train one-on-one and in-group settings ● Ability to have strong organizational skills and be able to work with frequent interruptions or shifting priorities     

PHYSICAL DEMANDS While performing the essential functions of this job, the incumbent must be able to do the following: stand for extended periods; sit for extended periods; bend and reach for filing and other job-related functions; climb up and down stairs; bend, stoop, and lift to move and retrieve materials; pull, push, and lift; reach both above and below shoulder height. Specific visual abilities include close vision, color vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Must be able to visually inspect work. Manual dexterity to operate computer and other office equipment required.    The physical demands described above 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. 

Interested candidate should send cover letter and resume via email to Please be sure to include the job title in the subject line.     


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Job Description

Under the supervision and direction of the Director of ECE & Program Operations, the Early Childhood Education Program Specialist promotes the school readiness of all AKA’s Head Start’s preschool children, infants and toddlers by providing technical assistance, mentoring, and training to the staff and agency. The planning of children’s readiness to learn involves a culturally responsive and integrated service delivery of child development, disabilities, and mental health. The Early Childhood Education Program Specialist’s work will help shape the learning environments to enhance children’s cognitive, social, and emotional development and promote children’s growth in language, literacy, mathematics, science, social and emotional development, creative arts, physical development, and approaches to learning.

Minimum Employment Qualifications/Competencies

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  (Any combination equivalent to)

  1. Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Development, Child Development, or related field.

  2. Knowledge and experience in working with Early Childhood Education.

  3. Intermediate to advanced computer skills, the internet, and e-mail.


  • Paid holidays- 14 State/Federal

  • Free Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

  • Health and Dependent Care Flex Plans (FSAs)

  • Accident , Disability, Critical Illness voluntary plans

  • $1,000 Tuition Reimbursement per year

  • Paid professional and personal days

  • Automatic annual 5% pay rate increases

  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance​

  • Paid vacation and sick time

  • 403 (b) retirement plan with matching agency contributions (up to 6%)


Company Description

"The mission of All Kids Academy Head Start, Inc. is to serve children, families, and communities by closing the achievement gap. To this end, we provide quality school readiness and comprehensive services; and partner with families to support their hopes and desires, in achieving their maximum potential as productive members of society."

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Job Description


JOB TITLE: Program Coordinator: Permanent Supported Housing Single Residence Option (SRO)



Heading Home’s mission is to end homelessness in Greater Boston by providing a supported pathway to self-sufficiency that begins with a home, together with critical services such as life skills, including  financial literacy, and job training.  We provide emergency, transitional and permanent housing, and support services, to low-income homeless and formerly homeless families and individuals.  As our name reflects, a home provides the optimal foundation to get back on track; our programs focus heavily on getting people permanently housed as quickly as possible.


Reports to: Program Manager


Status: Full Time, 40 hours a week. Exempt


Overview: The Program Coordinator manages the supported housing program(s) with the overall responsibility for service delivery to formerly homeless individuals with the ultimate objective of assisting clients with achieving independent living.  The Program Coordinator provides case management and supportive counseling to the clients; advocates for the clients’ needs and supports them to meet the goals on their Individualized Service Plans. The Program Coordinator also assumes responsibility for the facilities and for supervision and oversight of the House Managers.



  • Using Motivational Interviewing and a collaborative approach, conduct in-depth assessments to best determine the immediate client concerns including, but not limited to: financial, legal, mental health, substance abuse, employment, health care and housekeeping;

  • Provide comprehensive case management, meeting at least once a week with each resident; Works with residents to Develops individual service plans (ISP) which include educational, vocational, medical, life skills goals.  Meet with residents in the program  weekly to review ISP progress and plan next steps;

  • Available to the residents for counseling and crisis intervention, and makes referrals to community programs for follow-up and treatment for substance abuse mental health, income enhancement and housing;

  • Obtain resources and services as requested and/or needed to address barriers to independent living including but not limited to; CORI mitigation, credit repair, and assistance with financial applications;

  • Develop partnerships and collaborative relationships  with internal and external service providers to ensure client receives comprehensive services;

  • Assist client with move-in transition supports including but not limited to; furniture and furnishings assistance, budget support, and other resources and services as needed;

  • Document all interactions with clients utilizing appropriate reporting mechanisms, including web-based  data collection systems;

  • Responsible for coordinating the houses programs and services;

  • Provides direct supervision to house managers and ensure proper coverage of all shifts;

  • Attends a weekly meeting with the Program Manager and trainings as required;

  • Serve as liaison with Community based organizations, attends meetings with such organizations as needed;

  • Facilitates residents’ house meeting, arranges for guest speakers, and advocates for the residents at staff meetings;

  • Completes reports for program as needed;

  • Attends meetings with outside provider agencies;

  • Performs other tasks as requested by the Program Manager, Director of Individual  Services or the Executive Director;

  • Observes all shelter and agency rules and policies.          



  • BA Required, MA degree preferred

  • A minimum of two years working with homeless individuals and/or homeless families and in human services required.

  • Experience with addictions and substance abuse treatment is preferred.

  • Supervision and team building experience required.

  • Proficiency in Microsoft office software and knowledge of data-bases used to track outcomes for record-keeping.

  • Second language a plus.

Essential Skills:

  • Able to communicate effectively, write well and generate electronic data reports; excellent organizational skills;

  • Good boundaries and self-knowledge.

  • Knowledge of community resources; Able to exhibit sound case management concepts and exercise good judgment; ability to manage multiple tasks; ability to work both individual and as a contributing member of a team; and, ability to relate to persons of diverse backgrounds and functioning levels.

Essential functions: Must be able to climb two sets of stairs, sit at a desk and perform paperwork and writing functions.

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Job Description

The Program Support Specialist must provide oversight and programmatic administration of discretionary grants funded through OHS. Provide the necessary support to the OHS Region 5 staff in managing Head Start and Early Head Start grant programs, communicate effectively with Federal staff, external partners and contractors, and Head Start program governing bodies and executive management.  The PMSS must analyze and review grant applications; grantee program performance reports, information and indicators; provision of accurate and timely regulatory and policy guidance to Head Start grantees; grantee waiver requests; applications for facility construction, purchase and major renovation; and various activities related to the identification and mitigation of grantee risk factors, correction of regulatory compliance issues, and improvement of Head Start grantee performance.

  • Utilize existing HHS electronic data management systems, as well as other information sources such as Community and Self-Assessment, risk management data, historical performance data, etc. to complete the timely, comprehensive analysis of Head Start grant applications to ensure all required information and documentation is included in the application. Ensure grant applications conform to all applicable HHS and ACF policies and procedures and regulations and analysis of application and communication with grantees is documented in the appropriate information systems according to the OHS policies and procedures.

  • Based on analysis, identify issues, document review and issues and prepare recommendations for revisions or modification of applications and contact grantees/applicants as directed by the COR to obtain required revisions to budgets, program design and proposed services as well as any required documentation for application packages.

  • ·Upon approval by the On Site Project Manager prepare budget negotiation documents using HHS grant application systems to ensure notices of grant award are accurate and issued within time frames identified by the OHS.

  • Participate in the OHS competitive grant application review process including: required training on panel review process; coordination of panel review activities as directed by the On Site Project Manager ; technical and grammatical review of panel reports; analysis of panel comments and grant applications to identify discrepancies or areas of concern; and communication with the appropriate OHS staff regarding the status of the panel review process, timeliness and accuracy of panel report submission, and any identified concerns or issues.

  • As directed conduct comprehensive review and analysis of grantee programmatic and financial waiver requests and complete all necessary follow up contact with grantees to obtain information necessary to complete such requests.


  • Preferred BA or BS degree in Early Childhood Education or in a field related to Head Start Program Design and Management or equivalent head start work experience

  • Experience with the administration of discretionary grants preferred

  • Experience and capacity to operate federal Web-based systems

  • Experience in working with documents and records for a federal agency or contractor

  • Experience with managing an Access database or information management

  • Ability to conduct research, analyze data and generate summaries

  • Ability to create presentations based on report summaries

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Job Description

This is a key and highly visible position in Axar’s Senior Leadership Team for an incumbent who is seeking challenges and impactful contribution towards company growth. Axar is a rapidly growing specialty pharmaceutical company with a mission to identify and develop marketable niche pharmaceutical products for worldwide markets. Axar is located in Southern California with offices and small but functional product development laboratory in Corona, CA.
Overall the incumbent will be responsible for driving project portfolio performance for on-time and within budget execution at the individual project team level. Your job will include performing a number of duties outlined below on daily basis, but not limited to, with minimal to no supervision:
1. Effectively driving project management functions at the operational project management level (individual project team level with key internal and external stakeholders – project team members and functional leadership team members internally as well as marketing and manufacturing/testing partners externally ) and integrated program management level (integrated project management level with key internal stakeholders – leadership team members and board/shareholders) driving areas critical for achieving Project Management & Execution Excellence.
2. Operational Project Management Level:
a. effectively lead project teams while building positive professional relationships with clients and associates.
b. defining clear project objectives, requirements, timelines, budget and assumptions necessary to structure a project or activity.

c. effectively planning, scheduling and controlling project activities to fulfill project objectives and satisfy project requirements.
d. effectively developing and driving integrated project plans, aligning project tactics with project strategy.
e. establishing, maintaining and leading high performance project teams, serving as the project advocate within the matrix organization.
f. leading, coordinating, facilitating and motivating all associated project resources to gain full alignment with complete clarity and comprehensiveness on project goals and deliverables. Partnering with functional area leaders on resource planning requirements for on-time project execution.
g. leading optimal risk management within project teams, ensuring identified risks have appropriate mitigation and contingency plans.
h. managing projects within established approved scope, schedule and budget while meeting and exceeding internal project management and execution standards.
i. facilitating and leading effective project team meetings at different level of organization engagement, managing change and conflict, and developing resource planning estimates to manage project workload and productivity.
3. Comprehensive Program Management Level:
a. designing and implementing project management systems and tools to increase efficiencies of program management and program execution; addressing issues proactively and developing associated proposed remedial actions with optimal risk mitigated recommendations.
b. ensuring linkage and consistent application of project management methodologies, tools and process across R&D programs/centers.
c. reporting and analytics team to develop the strategy and development of pragmatic and effective/efficient R&D PM Dashboards and Reports targeting multiple Key R&D performance indicators (KPIs) as well as cross-functional, cross-department project information and progress/status. These reports are utilized as Project MIS (Management Information System) to support NPSC (New Product Steering Committee) operational governance and effective/efficient timely decision making including project scope change, funding decision, goal reconciliation, etc.

d. leading timely and effective efforts and partnering with the board/shareholders and functional leaders to set up yearly/quarterly comprehensive goal setting for the company and individual functional area/leaders no later than Dec of prior year.
e. working closely and collaboratively with finance/account and business development functional lead/team to ensure comprehensive and accurate Project Financial MISs for each projects as well as quarterly rolling forecast for cash inflow are prepared and published in a timely manner.
f. working closely with business development and finance/account lead/team to ensure timely prompt is given for any anticipated project scope change and work collaboratively with business development team to prepare and publish comprehensive scope change document to NPSC for final disposition/decision making.
4. Training and supporting staff for professional growth;
5. Ability to effectively manage multiple projects, duties and assignments;
6. Any other duties assigned to you by the company officers and/or designated management staff from time-to-time.
Bachelor’s degree preferably in science discipline. Advanced degrees are a plus.
1. At least 15+ years of demonstrated project management experience in health care sector, preferably within the pharmaceutical R&D industry.
2. Knowledge and application of a disciplined project management process (Six Sigma and/or Project Management Professional certifications are a plus).
3. Ability to produce and present clear, concise, and professionally written communications and presentations.
4. Proven track record of leading and driving pharmaceutical R&D business process transformation and organizational culture change as well as delivering on programs with complex business deliverables.

5. Prior experience leading a small to medium organizations and influencing senior-level management and key stakeholders is a plus.
6. Healthcare business acumen with a comprehensive understanding of the pharmaceutical R&D and licensing business segment.
7. Solid analytical and strategic capabilities along with demonstrated work ethic, integrity, and professional conduct and appearance.
8. Strong competencies in planning, project management, and organization with the ability to lead multiple activities and resources while maintaining a focus on quality.
9. Sound technical aptitude and proven ability to grasp general knowledge of multiple disciplines and technologies with superior computer usage skills.
10. Exceptional interpersonal and leadership skills to effectively communicate and build relationships with a broad spectrum of audiences at all organizational levels.

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