Are you a skilled Program Manager who believes in lending your skills to end hunger? If so, consider being a Program Manager for the San Francisco Marin Food Bank.
The SF Marin Food Bank is comprised of a dedicated team of approximately 150 staff working collaboratively to provide close to 50 million pounds of food to over 210,000 people in the Bay Area – a region where 1 in 5 people are at risk of hunger. We are currently looking for a Program Manager to help support partners and participants. See job description below and apply today if you would like to join us in our mission to end hunger.
Responsible for the effective design, implementation and management of the Home-Delivered Groceries program. Lead the HDG program for the Food Bank, acting as the program expert responsible for developing an HDG strategy to efficiently and effectively serve more participants. He/she develops the program’s SMART workplan and effective operations to meet organizational strategic goals ensuring the advancement towards our mission to end hunger in San Francisco and Marin counties.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES
Program Development & Management
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT: (The physical and environmental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)
Environment: Standard office with occasional travel to program sites
Finger Dexterity: Requires typing on standard computer
Talking: Ability to speak on phone, face to face, and in front of groups
Hearing: Able to hear average or normal conversations and receive ordinary information
Repetitive Motions: Frequent and regular movements using the wrists, hands, and fingers
Average Visual Abilities: Average, ordinary, visual acuity necessary to view computer screens and documents
Physical Strength: Not applicable
COMMUNICATION AND COGNITIVE REQUIREMENTS
Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide range of complex intellectual and practical problems
Mathematics Ability: Ability to perform advanced math skills, use decimals to compute ratios and percentages, and to draw and interpret graphs
Language Ability: Fluency in English. Good writing skills. Cantonese/Spanish a plus
Salary: Competitive pay based on qualifications and experience
Benefits: Medical, dental, life, long-term disability, and 403(b) retirement plan with employer base and matching contribution. Generous holidays, vacation, and sick time.
The San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Daly City Partnership is seeking a dedicated individual with a passion for helping seniors and the disabled, and the desire to supervise and develop a community-based program that meets the needs of an aging population.
DALY CITY PENINSULA PARTNERSHIP COLLABORATIVE
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.
EXAMPLE OF DUTIES
• 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 as needed;
• 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.
Vacancy: Executive Director
Available: On or before July 1, 2020
Daly City Peninsula Partnership Collaborative is seeking an exceptional, visionary and compassionate leader to guide the organization as it continues to provide vital services to children, families and older adults in Northern San Mateo County. The mission of the organization is to guide collaborative efforts and connect the community to services that promote well-being. Programs include Our Second Home, After School Academics Programs, Healthy Aging Response Team, and the Daly City Community Service Center. See www.dcpartnership.org.
Overall Function: Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will provide the overall leadership, direction, strategy and vision for the organization. Assisted by the management team and staff, he/she will manage the organization’s activities, programs, fundraising, operations and finances. The Executive Director will nurture a healthy internal culture that values diverse viewpoints, participative decision making and recognition of individual contributions. The Executive Director will work collaboratively with city, county and state agencies to promote Partnership programs and values.
Desired Areas of Expertise:
See (www.dcpartnership.org/jobs/) for complete job description Contact: Pat Bohm, Executive Director, (650) 301-3305
Under the supervision of the Senior Director of Interim Housing, the Associate Director of Navigation Centers assists in providing leadership, direction and support to Navigation Center Leadership, and maintaining administrative and regulatory functions for ECS’s Navigation Centers.
The Associate Director of Navigation Centers assists the Senior Director of Interim Housing in exploring new strategic initiatives that may lead to additional or improved programming.
As assigned, the Associate Director of Navigation Centers may represent ECS at meetings, community groups, and other organizational matters affecting Navigation Center programs.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Oversees ECS Navigation Center programs working with partner agencies.
2. Collaborates with and Supervises the Navigation Center Site Managers and Support Services Managers.
3. Fosters innovative thinking, cooperation, collaboration and service integration among staff and Leadership.
4. Provides advice and counsel to Site Manages regarding the resolution of internal complaints filed by guests.
5. Ensures compliance with community meetings and Client Satisfaction Surveys.
6. Assists the Senior Director of Interim Housing in the implementation of emerging policies, standards, procedures, and service delivery elements.
7. Assists the Senior Director of Interim Housing in developing training activities; finds training presenters as needed.
8. Provides case management related training of Navigation Centers’ case management teams and operational staff, including creating training manuals.
9. Ensures clinical support and training working with the contracted Clinical Supervisor in areas of competence in working with at-risk homeless populations and provides resources for crisis intervention, advocacy, conflict resolution and behavioral health assessments, including building new relationships with partnered and outside agencies
10. Together with the controller’s office, assist the monitoring and reporting of data collection procedures associated with ECS needs and funding for City contracts in client/participant files, and Navigation Center’s database regarding demographic data and services provided to clients/participants.
11. Participate in weekly Navigation Centers meeting/case conference.
12. Together with HSH, identifies barriers and advocates for system change and documents progress for clients to receive CAAP benefits.
13. Ensures Guest/Client grievances are properly responded to and timely.
14. Assists the Site Managers in responding to Denial of Services and Shelter Monitoring Committee complaints.
15. Assists the Site Managers or Support Services Managers to prepare for and/or attend mediations, hearings, and arbitrations as needed.
16. Monitors timely response, reviews, edits, Critical Incident Reports prior to submission.
17. Works with Site Manager and Support Services Manager in reviewing and approving Reasonable Accommodations for Navigation Center guests.
1. Oversees property concerns inclusive of renovations in collaboration with the Site Manager, Facilities Staff, City Maintenance Technician, and outside vendors (where applicable) in ensuring that facilities and equipment are kept in safe, clean, healthful and attractive condition.
2. Works collaboratively with assigned City Engineering staff to resolve maintenance issues. Tracks all maintenance requests and follow-up as necessary.
1. Participates in identifying, interviewing, and on-boarding new staff.
2. Assists Human Resources Leadership in conducting investigations.
3. Participates in regular meetings of ECS’s Directors and Managers, and may attend meetings of the Board of Directors, if requested.
4. In the absence of or in partnership with the Senior Director of Interim Housing, represents ECS to neighborhood and community organizations, networks, and coalitions to encourage positive and collaborative working relationships, to influence favorable Navigation Center policy and practice, and to improve service delivery; and encourages appropriate staff participation in same.
5. Compiles documentation related to audits and scheduled reports for the Navigation Centers in partnership with the Senior Director of Interim Housing.
Fiscal and regulatory
1. Assists the Senior Director of Interim Housing in the effective financial management of programs and stewardship of Department-related assets.
2. Assists Senior Director of Interim Housing in maintaining compliance with program contracts and regulatory agreements.
3. Responds timely and professionally to public and regulatory inquiries.
May perform other duties as required for successful operation of the Navigation Centers.
1. Bachelor’s degree required, with master’s degree in social work, nonprofit or public administration or related field preferred.
2. Possess a good working knowledge of and a sensitivity to individuals with substance abuse and/or mental health issues such as: PTSD, psychosis, borderline behaviors, bi-polar, etc.
3. Progressively responsible management experience in one or more nonprofit organizations serving low-income, high-need populations, with strong preference that the work be with homeless adults.
4. Strong experience working with diverse client and staff populations, and demonstrated cultural competence.
5. Knowledge of and commitment to harm reduction principles and practice.
6. Working knowledge of crisis intervention principles and techniques, as well as a strong knowledge of social services and mental health resources for low-income individuals.
7. Working knowledge of funding sources, both public and private, for homeless services.
8. Healthy work ethic that models professional conduct at all times, including establishing and maintaining healthy boundaries.
9. Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
10. Highest integrity, dependability and credibility.
11. Collaborative work style, initiative and flexibility.
12. Ability to maintain focus on organizational vision while attending to necessary and appropriate details.
13. Respect for and identity with the mission and values of Episcopal Community Services.
• Must secure and pass finger image screening, background check, and annual TB screenings.
ECS celebrates diversity and is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
ECS will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records as consistent with San Francisco’s Fair Chance Ordinance.
Come join our Awesome team at Project Juice!
We love what we do and are seeking passionate, experienced candidates. We are a growing company that wants to grow with you; we enjoy developing talent from within as well as bringing in great new team members to join us. Project Juice Assistant Managers enjoy a fun, active work environment with many company perks including but not limited to: shift meals, great discount at all locations, company health and wellness program, etc! We reward top talent with monthly performance based bonuses and offer competitive pay with benefits.
Our ideal candidate is a Team Oriented Leader and enjoys working alongside their team, overseeing customer experience, store presentation and directing staff. Interest in what we do is key as we are mission based company with a customer base that shares our passion for our products and lifestyle.
The Assistant Manager is 2nd in charge at their designated location. Under the direction and guidance of the Store Manager, the Assistant Manager is supported by shift leads at each location and is responsible for motivating and developing the store teams, driving sales and profitability, overseeing marketing campaigns and local partnerships, setting and executing food safety practices, customer service standards, product management, and cash management. In addition the Assistant Store Manager acts as a representative of the company with enthusiasm, positivity and complies with company policies, procedures, and applicable laws.
-1-2 years management experience overseeing 4+ employees
-Strong leadership, customer service and communication skills
-30-35 hours per week and open availability
-Ability to work in a start-up environment and problem solve issues with a sense of urgency
-Friendly, professional demeanor
-Ability to multi-task in a fast paced, demanding environment
-Physical requirements of the job include: lifting of objects up to 30 lbs. Standing for long periods of time and reaching overhead
-Advanced typing/basic knowledge of excel, docs and POS systems
-Availability to your team during store hours for emergencies
-Food Handler Certified (not mandatory)
Monthly performance based bonuses
Daily included shift meals
Employee discounts, Wellness Program
Interest in an organic, healthy lifestyle a plus!