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About Swords to Plowshares

Founded in 1974, Swords to Plowshares is a community-based not-for-profit organization that provides counseling and case management, employment and training, housing, and legal assistance to veterans in the San Francisco Bay Area. We promote and protect the rights of veterans through advocacy, public education, and partnerships with local, state, and national entities. Believing that war causes wounds and suffering that last beyond the battlefield, our mission is to heal the wounds of war and to restore dignity, hope, and self-sufficiency to all veterans in need, and to end homelessness and poverty among those we serve. To learn more about Swords to Plowshares, please visit our website.

Job Title

Weekend Evening Program Monitor – Stanford

Location

250 Kearny St., San Francisco, CA 94108 – Stanford Hotel

Employment Type

Part-time; non-exempt

Schedule

Saturday and Sunday

4:00 pm – 12:00 am

Summary

The Weekend Evening Program Monitor’s responsibilities include provision of services to dually diagnosed veteran residents including monitoring the activities of residents after business hours, responding to emergencies, completing appropriate documentation of incident reports and logbook entries, monitoring meals, and working with clinical staff to facilitate treatment and identify resident issues.

Responsibilities

• Maintain good attendance record and provide timely notification if unable to work shift

• Monitor the activities of residents on weekends

• Respond to emergencies, crisis intervention, complete appropriate documentation (incident reports) and work with staff to facilitate treatment and identify resident issues

• Attend mandatory meetings and trainings

• Ability to drive clients to appointments as needed, and or provide pick up delivery service as needed

• Maintain daily logbook, monitor curfew, and sign-in

• Clerical duties as assigned

• Perform comparable related duties as required by management

Requirements

Education

• Associates degree

• High school diploma or GED considered with experience

Experience

• Minimum of three (3) years experience working with “hard to serve”, substance abuse and mental health clients, with at least one (1) year in a human service agency

• Translatable military experience and skills may be alternatively substituted

Qualifications

• Knowledge of motivational interviewing, harm reduction, crisis intervention, and de-escalation techniques

• Must be able to walk and stand periodically during work shift

• Must be able to perform essential functions of this position within what would be considered reasonable accommodations

• Must be able to maintain good attendance record, including timely notification if unable to work shift

• Must be able to communicate effectively with a variety of personalities and be comfortable working with an at-risk client population, including embracing the agency’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiative

Skills

• Ability to work independently with minimal direct supervision

• Managing the program environment after regular hours

• Documentation, i.e. incident reports and logbook entries

• Good communication skills and the ability to interact productively with residents and staff

• Clerical duties, i.e. photo copying and assembling charts, etc.

How to Apply

(No calls please)

Please submit a thoughtful cover letter explaining your interest in Swords to Plowshares, where/how you found out about this career opportunity, and your salary requirement. Email the cover letter along with your resume.

Please include the exact title for this position in the subject line of your email:

Weekend Evening Program Monitor Stanford

Swords to Plowshares is an inclusive employer and we are proud of the rich diversity among our staff. Please join us!


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TITLE: Program Manager

JOB TYPE: Full Time Staff or Independent Contractor (hourly rate/fixed term contract working in line with the school calendar)

LOCATION: San Francisco Bay Area (SFBA). We serve leadership communities in six of the nine counties in the Bay Area.

 

ABOUT MULTIPLYING GOOD

We believe people realize their true potential through service to others. We empower everyone to bring about change. We honor those who have taken on extraordinary efforts in service to others.

For nearly 50 years, our work has helped individuals see just how positively they can impact the lives of those around them. In fueling their personal growth and celebrating their achievements, we help them multiply their impact.

 

MULTIPLYING GOOD PROGRAMS

Multiplying Good directly engages middle and high school aged youth in programs designed to encourage confidence in their ability to make a difference, and build the skills they need to do it well. Our flagship youth program, Students In Action, is a unique service, leadership, and recognition program for high school students nationwide.

 

POSITION SUMMARY

Reporting to the SFBA Executive Director, and with a dotted line to the head office Vice President of Programs located in the New York, the Multiplying Good Program Manager is an experienced graduate who is passionate and dedicated to positive youth development and civic engagement; engaging teens and managing youth programming in their Leadership Community. Core to the success of this role will be an ability to engage and strengthen delivery of newly branded Multiplying Good initiatives, working with existing schools across the San Francisco Bay Area to ensure implementation of the Students In Action program and core initiatives. Over time, the Program Manager will also engage new schools and engage with local stakeholders as an ambassador of Multiplying Good to draw support and engagement into Multiplying Good programs and initiatives.

The Multiplying Good Program Manager is highly skilled at, and derives their passion from, supporting teenagers in the process of self and community discovery, service-learning and positive youth development. The Manager will successfully engage participating schools to adopt and implement the Students in Action program and core curriculum-based instruction via the completion of program activities and evaluation of youth learning. This support and implementation will occur through in-person visits, email/phone communication, and networking and relationship building. The desired candidate must have experience working directly with youth and adults in the school context.

The Program Manager is also a skilled event planner, communicator, and logistics resource, able to manage time effectively, travel broadly to visit schools and other stakeholders, and excited to become an 'expert-in-their-field' thought partner to the executive team.

In the first year, the Multiplying Good Program Manager will be an essential partner to the Executive Director and VP of Programs to set high standards for Multiplying Good branded program delivery, student engagement, and learning and evaluation. While the Multiplying Good SFBA office has been in service to the Bay Area for many years, the team we are building is new, and there is much opportunity for this role to set in place infrastructure and necessary relationships with schools and students to ensure Multiplying Good services are a core part of a student's growth during these critical years of their development.

The monthly workflow of this position aligns with the school calendar of August through May, focusing largely on program delivery. In June and July you will participate in program learning and evaluation, helping to strategize, plan, develop, and improve Multiplying Good programs. There will also be opportunity to support and engage in key local partnership events through the year to promote the work of Multiplying Good.

 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

The activities below are core, but not limited, work we do every day to make an impact in our Leadership Communities:

 

School Stewardship and Recruitment:

Through year one:- Engage and strengthen delivery of the Students In Action program and its related initiatives, working with existing schools across the Leadership Community to ensure implementation of Multiplying Good branded programs and core initiatives. - Provide weekly technical assistance to schools via in-person visits, phone, email, and webinars. - Support schools to register for and attend Multiplying Good trainings and competitions. - Act as a resource to our roster of schools and adult advisors, providing assistance and resources including project guides, service-learning lesson plans, and planning templates.

Over time:


  • Pro-actively engage new schools to scale Students In Action in the Leadership Community. This includes occasional outreach to out-of-school-time programs interested in our programs.

  • Engage with local stakeholders as an ambassador of Multiplying Good initiatives to draw support and engagement into Students In Action programs and initiatives.

Program Engagement with Local Constituents:


  • Multiplying Good Student In Action (SIA) local events o Through the academic year, plan, manage, and attend SIA branded events to promote and serve as a representative of Multiplying Good in the Leadership Community. Events include two annual Leadership Conferences and one Celebrations of Service, Pitch Week. Event management includes procurement day of management of venues, speakers, food and beverage, A/V, and related coordination activities.

  • Multiplying Good Jefferson Awards National Ceremony in Washington DC o Manage student travel and attendance logistics for the Leadership Community student winners and ambassadors to attend the awards ceremony. Attend the awards ceremony with students to celebrate achievements across a national forum.

  • Multiplying Good Student Support and Recognition o Engage with adult coaches from Deloitte and other corporations to provide additional support to existing SIA teams. Liaise with media partners and local sports teams to amplify youth recognized for excellence in service with the Jefferson Awards at their school.

  • Multiplying Good Stakeholders o Cultivate and steward relationships with organizations that further the mission of Multiplying Good, including internal groups such as Board committees, universities, nonprofits, businesses, and local professional sports organizations.

Program Evaluation and Learning


  • Track data through institutional platforms to measure and evaluate impact data, including surveys, assessments, and student service testimonials.

Program Administration


  • Manage the movement of information between Leadership Communities and Multiplying Good head office to ensure safe and accurate entry of data into the Multiplying Good CRM databases, working with Multiplying Good compliance requirements to safeguard data and information of the people we serve.

  • Collate and distribute pre-prepared MG branded national marketing materials such as newsletters, flyers, and reports to leverage nationally branded materials at local level.

  • Increase brand awareness of Multiplying Good in the San Francisco area utilizing pre-prepared templates from head office, or drafting stories and preparing data to create a localized narrative for promotional activities as needed, with sign off on messaging from the executive director.

SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, AND ABILITIES FOR SUCCESS IN THIS ROLE


  • A natural collaborator who pro-actively engages colleagues and stakeholders with good will, transparency, and kindness.

  • At least five years of experience in service-learning, civic engagement and/or positive youth development.

  • Passion for working directly with teens and caring adults.

  • Bachelor’s Degree as a minimum from an accredited institution.

  • Expert organizational, project-planning, and time-management skills.

  • Event planning and event management experience.

  • Strong written and oral communication skills, including presentation and facilitation abilities.

  • MAC or PC literate, with aptitude to use Microsoft Office 365 applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook), ZOHO ONE applications (CRM, Survey, Backstage, Campaigns), social media, and other web-based applications.

BUSINESS TRAVEL

This position requires frequent travel within and around the Leadership Community in which we will serve. We program in six of the nine counties in the Bay Area. This position includes travel to sister Leadership Communities to work with Multiplying Good colleagues and stakeholders, including our flagship ceremony, the Multiplying Good Jefferson Awards in Washington DC.

COMPENSATION


  • Payment commensurate with experience. Staff receive generous benefits. The successful candidate may be a full-time member of staff or be an independent contractor with appropriate expertise.

  • Monthly technology allowance.

  • Reimbursement for work-related travel and meeting expenses.

To apply, please email a resume and thoughtful cover letter explaining why you want to Multiply Good. This position will remain open until filled. We are a proud equal opportunity employer and believe in equity for everyone. We encourage applications from all qualified candidates who reflect the diversity of the communities we serve.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract

Salary: $35.00 to $45.00 /hour

Experience:


  • supervisory: 5 years (Preferred)

  • youth development: 5 years (Required)

  • program management: 5 years (Required)

  • project management: 3 years (Preferred)

Work authorization:


  • United States (Required)

Required travel:


  • 50% (Required)

Application Question:


  • Submit a thoughtful cover letter explaining why you want to Multiply Good.

Contract Renewal:


  • Likely

Full Time Opportunity:


  • Yes

Additional Compensation:


  • Other forms

Work Location:


  • Multiple locations

  • Fully Remote

  • On the road

Benefits:


  • Health insurance

  • Dental insurance

  • Vision insurance

  • Retirement plan

  • Paid time off

  • Other

Typical start time:


  • 8AM

Typical end time:


  • 4PM

This Company Describes Its Culture as:


  • Detail-oriented -- quality and precision-focused

  • Innovative -- innovative and risk-taking

  • Outcome-oriented -- results-focused with strong performance culture

  • Team-oriented -- cooperative and collaborative


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stok is seeking an Operations Coordinator to join our Operations Team! This role has been designed to gain exposure to many facets of the business including Strategy, Process Improvement, Technology, and People Operations. This role will evolve and change over time, and the ideal candidate is passionate about supporting the dynamic operational functions of stok with an all-hands-on-deck mentality.

AT STOK, WE SEEK CULTURE ADD, NOT CULTURE FIT. OUR VALUES-ALIGNED TEAM MEMBERS:


  • Craft innovative ideas and have a say in how the company they work for operates. stok believes that power and money do not belong in the same sentence and has built self-management and distributive governance into our organizational structure so that every Team Member has a platform to share input on policies and procedures.

  • Strive for a better way to do business and create positive impact through their work. stok believes in business as a force for good and is a certified B Corp, which demonstrates our commitment to maximizing social and environmental impacts, in addition to profit.

  • Give back in a meaningful way. stok gives 2% of all proceeds to the causes we believe in and supports local vendors and fellow B Corps wherever possible.

  • Advocate for a level playing field. stok cares about our people and has intentionally baked social justice into our operating practices, which we hold ourselves accountable to through our International Living Future Institute JUST Label. The world needs companies like stok now more than ever. And stok needs you!


ROLE DESCRIPTION

BUSINESS OPERATIONS (50%)


  • Work collaboratively with the Operations Team to assist with a wide range of operational, administrative, and business-driven responsibilities

  • Proactively manage the company Master Schedule to ensure deadlines are met

  • Create and manage task assignments for the successful and timely execution of deliverables

  • Take and distribute meeting minutes

  • Facilitate the communication of company initiatives through production of quarterly reports, presentations, and other company-wide correspondence

  • Coordinate and execute planning of annual company retreat and bi-annual Partner retreats

  • Assist with company-wide software deployment, management and troubleshooting, including Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Professional Services Automation (PSA), and SharePoint

  • Manage external facing email inboxes, respond to inquiries in timely manner HQ OFFICE OPERATIONS (35%)

  • Act as primary connection point for San Francisco office management, including answering the main phone line and door, depositing checks, sending and retrieving mail

  • Plan and execute company-wide events, including volunteer opportunities, birthdays, and team-building events

  • Manage coordination of facilities (repairs, cleaning personnel, room reservations, etc.)

  • Order office supplies and groceries – we take our snacks very seriously!

  • Coordinate food orders for office-wide events

  • Maintain office organization and cleanliness

  • Propose and execute improvements to office design PEOPLE OPERATIONS (15%)

  • Partner with the Culture Team on a variety of tasks, including but not limited to:

  • New hire onboarding

  • Engagement surveys

  • Internship program

  • Learning & Development

  • Assist with Recruiting life-cycle efforts including resume management, phone screens, interview coordination, and process improvement within our ATS (Applicant Tracking System)

  • Manage upkeep of Team Member data in HRIS (HR Information System) QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor's degree in Business, Communications, or a related field

  • 2+ years' experience in a professional business environment

  • Advanced task and time management abilities

  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills

  • Ability to manage sensitive and confidential financial or personal information

  • Experience with Microsoft Office products, including Outlook, Teams, SharePoint, Planner, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

  • Thrives in a dynamic, self-starter environment with an eagerness to gain exposure to multiple organizational disciplines HOW WE SUPPORT YOU

At stok, we want you to bring your whole self to work, which is why we have created a total rewards package which allows you to do just that.

Family is important. You can't be your best self without knowing that your family is getting what they need to thrive, which is why stok offers its Team Members:


  • 100% paid medical, dental, and vision benefits for every Team Member. We also provide 100% paid medical coverage for your dependents.

  • Paid parental leave, so you can focus on your family during one of the most important times in your life.

  • Life and AD&D insurance, because we all like to get out there and have fun, but sometimes accidents happen, and you still need to provide for your family.

  • Dog-friendly office, so your furry family members don't have to stay at home alone. Autonomy is structured into stok's culture by design. You want to work at stok because you are passionate about boldly catalyzing an environmentally restorative and socially equitable world, and you value self-management practices for how you show up for your role. That's why we offer:

  • Flexible work schedules. Work + Life integration sometimes means you need a day to work in your PJs from home.

  • Flexible personal time off. We are all fellow travelers and know taking time for ourselves is healthy and fosters growth. We trust you to ensure expectations for your role are met, so take time off when you need it. Social and Environmental Justice are critical to our mission, so we bake them into everything we do.

  • The world's first fossil fuel-free and gun-free 401(k) plan so you can invest in a future you believe in.

  • 32 hours of paid volunteer time each year to give you time to give back to your community and the causes that matter most to you! BONUS BENEFITS

  • Transparent, objective, merit-based compensation and profit distribution policies

  • $750 annual professional development stipend

  • Pre-tax commuter benefits

  • On-site gym

  • Cell phone reimbursement

  • Personal company credit card

  • The ultimate fridge dream combo: sparkling water + beer

  • Lifetime supply of hot sauces from our travels around the world

  • Net Zero Energy and LEED v4 Platinum office (HQ San Francisco)

  • Annual US National Parks pass THIS ROLE CAN BE BASED IN OUR SAN FRANCISCO, CA OFFICE.


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Job Title: Vice President of Mission Advancement

Department: Mission Advancement

Reports to: President

Status: Fulltime

Date: January 14, 2020

Mission

ICA Cristo Rey Academy is a Dominican, Catholic, college preparatory that empowers girls from underserved communities to become confident young women able to realize their full potential. By providing an excellent academic curriculum, a unique corporate work study experience and the support of our spiritual community, we prepare students for a life of faith, purpose and service.

A quality education and strong moral foundation are necessary to succeed in today’s challenging and complex world. With a supportive network of dedicated educators and corporate mentors, ICA Cristo Rey delivers a unique learning experience incorporating 137 years of Dominican Catholic traditions, academic rigor, and a distinctive work study program. ICA Cristo Rey is a sisterhood like no other.

Vice President of Mission Advancement

ICA Cristo Rey seeks to fill the role of Vice President of Mission Advancement by March 30, 2020. Entering its 137th year, ICA Cristo Rey is positioned to look to the future. The Vice President of Mission Advancement is a key part of the school’s Leadership Team and outward facing leader, focusing on the financial viability and sustainability of the school. This role is very unique and requires both entrepreneurial thinking as well as an eye for best business practices, solid planning behaviors and experience in navigating a diverse network of stakeholders (i.e. investors, business partners, Board of Directors, and internal school constituents). The ideal candidate has experience building fundraising strategies and campaigns that generate $3 million - $4 million annually and understands the San Francisco Bay Area investment and philanthropic community. The Vice President, oversees day to day operations of the department and development of the fundraising and CWSP revenue strategy to meet

ICA Cristo Rey’s goals, mission, financial viability and sustainability.

The Vice President of Mission Advancement reports directly to the President of the Academy and in collaboration with the President, CFO, CWSP Director, and Principal (The Leadership Team), ensures business operations and financial performance meet the goals of the organization.

The Vice President of Mission Advancement must be an expert relationship cultivator and steward to engage and develop effective relationships with the Academy Leadership Team, faculty and staff, Board of Directors, investors, corporate partners, The Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose Congregation.

The Vice President’s responsibilities include:

Direct and coordinate operations of the Mission Advancement department in support of ICA Cristo Rey’s growth.


  • Working with the finance and advancement committees, build three year campaigns that forecast institutional advancement plans to ensure the institution’s financial sustainability.

  • Build fundraising campaigns to fund the annual plan, anticipating 7 –

10% increase in needed fundraising revenue.


  • Manage events, in conjunction with event chairs, Board of Directors, and

Department staff.


  • Monitor fundraising revenue margins for strong returns on investment, and develop or maintain internal control systems to ensure accountability.

  • Build solid relationships with the Advancement Committee of the Board and Board of Directors to accomplish fundraising, event and marketing objectives.

  • Be an outward facing figure in the community and work with the President and Board of Directors to meet or exceed annual fundraising quotas.

  • Assess department talent to ensure capability to deliver plans.

  • Identify, develop and mentor the mission advancement team.

  • Conduct personnel evaluations twice per year within the department.

  • Employs sound HR practices, policies and actions.

  • Approves employee schedules, time, and attendance documentation within the department.

  • Works evenings, weekends and attends Academy and other events when assigned.

  • May travel out of the area to attend meetings or in-service.

Formulate policies and strategic plans for future growth


  • Lead the development of long range plans to maximize CWSP revenue and fundraising revenue, with the goal of the CWSP and fundraising revenue to reach $4 million respectively, or $8 million collectively by 2023.

  • Formulate long range plans for the institution’s plant

  • Working with The Leadership Team, create efficient staffing structure to accomplish ICA Cristo Rey’s mission while also managing growth in expenses.

  • Assess department organization/structure for effectiveness and implement recommendations to drive growth and achieve long range goals.

  • Working with the Leadership Team, build staff training and incentive plans, maintaining efficient team structure and developing school culture for internal and external constituents

Minimum Qualifications/Education Requirements


  • Believes in the Mission of ICA Cristo Rey and will work with the administration and the Board of Directors to ensure financial sustainability of the Academy.

  • Five years of experience in similar working environment performing duties and demonstrating a substantial level of success in meeting goals.

  • Bachelor’s degree

  • Combination of education and training in the area of mission advancement that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

  • Familiarity with and exposure to building fundraising campaigns (political action method).

  • Remains up to date on best practices relevant to this position.

  • Supervisory/management experience required.

  • Meets time and attendance policies for the position and uses work hours productively and appropriately.

  • Follows procedures and ethics policies in completing work and in making decisions.

Salary and Benefits

Comprehensive benefits package and competitive salary dependent on experience

Please submit a cover letter, resume and three references to Sister Diane Aruda,

President of ICA Cristo Rey Academy.

Deadline: February 13, 2020

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $150,000.00 to $170,000.00 /year

Experience:


  • relevant: 5 years (Required)

  • Development: 5 years (Required)

Education:


  • Bachelor's (Required)

Location:


  • San Francisco, CA 94110 (Required)

Work Location:


  • One location

Benefits:


  • Health insurance

  • Dental insurance

  • Vision insurance

Schedule:


  • Monday to Friday


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Are you a successful grant-writer who is passionate about putting your fundraising and communications talents to work for a life-changing Bay Area nonprofit?

Environmental Traveling Companions (ETC) is a San Francisco-based nonprofit that is dedicated to opening access to educational and transformational outdoor adventures for youth and people with disabilities of all ages.

ETC is a pioneering nonprofit—the first in the nation to create accessible river rafting adventures for people with disabilities—and is recognized as a national model of inclusive outdoor adventure. Since its founding, ETC has opened access to adventure to more than 90,000 people with disabilities and underserved youth, engaged a dedicated cadre of over 300 volunteers and partnerships with 90 agencies and schools. Every year, more than 3,500 people join ETC to raft whitewater rivers, ski alpine meadows, kayak the waters of the Golden Gate and Tomales Bay, and build leadership skills.

The Development Director directly reports to Diane Poslosky, ETC’s Executive Director of more than 3 decades. Diane is a passionate outdoor leader and environmental educator with a career-long dedication to creating inclusive outdoor communities that cherish and work to protect our planet. She has been awarded the prestigious Jefferson Award for Service; and under her leadership ETC has received the Dewitt Award for Partnership from the California Department of Parks and Recreation.

Meet ETC’s Executive Director and learn about our programs: bit.ly/ETCintro

Your Role is Pivotal. ETC is a small but mighty team of staff with an unwavering dedication to the notion that everyone--regardless of physical or financial circumstances—should have the opportunity to experience the challenge and beauty of the great outdoors. As ETC’s Development Director, you will:

· Write winning proposals and compelling letters of intent (LOIs) to foundation and corporate funders and government agencies; identify new funders. Serve as primary liaison to ETC’s funders and represent ETC in the community.

· Craft and implement Annual Development Plan and Budget with ETC’s Executive Director

· Write powerful grant and annual reports that communicate ETC’s outcomes and impact

· Maintain Grants Calendar of proposals, awards, and reporting requirements (Salesforce and Google)

· Work with website consultants and staff to complete ETC’s new website (Wordpress); create quality content for web, blogs, social media, and ETC’s newsletter; and serve as lead editor for year-end appeals, outreach and marketing

· Work with Executive Director and Board to steward ETC’s Major Donors

Salary Range: DOE Full-time with robust benefits package, including health, dental, and retirement plan; and climbing gym pass

To Apply: Send resume with cover letter detailing: Nonprofit grant-writing and communications experience. Professional background and references. Salary requirements. Two writing samples — grant proposal and solicitation letter preferred. Email to Office Manager. Subject: Development Director Search + your name. Please include the name of the job posting site you saw this listing.

ETC is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage people from diverse backgrounds to apply.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $30,000.00 to $50,000.00 /year

Additional Compensation:


  • Other forms

Work Location:


  • One location

Benefits:


  • Health insurance

  • Dental insurance

  • Retirement plan

  • Other

This Company Describes Its Culture as:


  • Stable -- traditional, stable, strong processes

  • People-oriented -- supportive and fairness-focused

  • Team-oriented -- cooperative and collaborative

This Job Is:


  • A job for which people with disabilities are encouraged to apply

Schedule:


  • Monday to Friday


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Job Announcement

Position: Program Associate

Salary: (1.0 FTE) DOE

Start Date: Immediate

Deadline to File: Until Filled

ORGANIZATIONAL DESCRIPTION:

Asian Pacific Partners for Empowerment, Advocacy and Leadership (APPEAL) is a leading, national non-profit organization working toward justice in the Asian American,

Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AA and NHPI) communities. The organization’s mission is to champion social justice and health equity and empowerment for Asian

Americans, Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders by supporting and mobilizing community-led movements through advocacy and leadership development on tobacco and cancer health disparities.

 

APPEAL’s accomplishments include:

* Training of over 1000 leaders from the AA and NHPI community and other diverse communities

* Launching major advocacy campaigns on countering tobacco industry targeting

* Creating effective models on leadership development, health policy and community readiness

* Implementing a comprehensive technical assistance and training program for diverse communities

* Involving youth in innovative community participatory research projects

SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

Under the supervision of the APPEAL Executive Director and Program Manager, the Program

Associate is responsible for providing assistance in implementing the ASPIRE

(Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, andPacific Islanders Network to ReachEquity in Tobacco Control and Cancer) Network, a national network of individuals and organizations working towards tobacco and cancer-free AA and NHPI communities. The Program Associate will also have the opportunity to work with the Executive Director in an opioid prevention grant. This position will include the following duties and responsibilities:


  1. Assist the Program Manager in implementing, monitoring, and troubleshooting ASPIRE Network activities and progress.

  2. Assist with the production and distribution of ASPIRE Network materials including fact sheets, toolkits, and case studies.

  3. Participate in providing ongoing technical assistance, support, and follow-up to (but not limited to) ASPIRE Network partner organizations and other CDC-funded National Tobacco Control partners.

  4. Support in submitting required program documentation of progress and participate in regular communication with funders.

  5. Represent APPEAL at conferences, meetings, and other events.

  6. Provide key assistance in planning for the APPEAL 25th Anniversary Conference in September 2020 in San Francisco, CA.

  7. Coordinate meetings and trainings with other staff and partners (e.g. scheduling, locating meeting venues, coordinating travel, etc.)

  8. Commitment to the philosophy of APPEAL, to build community capacity and to provide technical assistance and training in a community competent manner.

  9. Other duties as requested by the Program Manager and Executive Director.

QUALIFICATIONS:


  1. Bachelor’s degree in public health or other relevant field, plus two years of work experience or commensurate experience required.

  2. Understanding of and experience working with Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities (and other diverse communities) required.

  3. Knowledge of tobacco control issues and/or other related health and social justice issues impacting AA and NHPI communities desired.

  4. Ability to advocate for AA and NHPI communities on issues including those related to tobacco and its risk factors and other social justice areas.

  5. Experience in policy change advocacy work is desired.

  6. Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to establish positive relationships with community members and organizations required.

  7. Self-motivated and having the ability to balance working independently and part of a diverse team.

  8. Ability to multi-task, provide consistent follow-up, and prioritize effectively.

  9. Excellent verbal communication and writing skills required.

  10. Proficiency with Windows and Apple computers, Microsoft Office suite.

  11. Some out-of-state travel is required.

COMPENSATION:

This is a full-time position. Salary is $45,000 - $50,000/year depending on experience. APPEAL offers a generous benefits package including 100% coverage of medical and dental insurances, 403(b) retirement plan, and life insurance.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Please include your resume and a cover letter in Word or PDF format (no links) in your application.**

Interviews will be granted according to the qualifications of the applicant. APPEAL is an equal opportunity employer. Women and people of color are encouraged to apply.

***Please note:


  • Due to the number of applications we receive, we will only contact qualified applicants via email.

  • Principals only - No recruiters

  • Do NOT contact us with unsolicited services or offers.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $45,000.00 to $50,000.00 /year

Pay may depend on skills and/or qualifications

Education:


  • Bachelor's (Required)

Location:


  • Oakland, CA (Required)

Benefits:


  • Health insurance

  • Dental insurance

  • Retirement plan


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• Manage the planning process for the 9th annual We Move for Health, an  outdoor festival held during May’s Mental Health Awareness Month.           • Facilitate a 12-person Community Advisory Board of service providers, consumers and family members to plan the annual WMFH.  • Implement a county-wide marketing plan for We Move for Health including digital and palm cards. • Create annual Re-Think your Drink promotional poster. • Coordinate the Get Fit Program, a 45-day fitness challenge that includes outreach for consumer participants, securing program location and identifying fitness trainers. • Provide presentations on the Get Fit model to service providers and Alameda County Behavioral Health Leadership.   • Provide updates on 10x10 activities for the agency website and network of providers. • Attend planning meetings and coordinate hands on holistic health room at the Pool of Consumer Champions annual conference in June 2020 (massage therapists, holistic practitioners, etc.)  • Prepare quarterly and annual reports; document monthly activities. 


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Title: Program Analyst Regular Full Time: 40 hours a week

Starting Hourly Rate: $31- $36.00 DOE Grade: n/a

Reports to: Director of Housing and Operations Start Date:

Unit: Administrative

At Homeward Bound of Marin, we end homelessness in Marin County through affordable housing development, supportive services, job training, and social enterprise; if this excites you, then we want to hear from you!

We’re seeking a Program Analyst ! Reporting to the Director of Housing and Operations, the Program Analyst is responsible for the collection, management, analysis, and quality assurance of all data related to Homeward Bound’s housing programs and businesses.

This is an exciting opportunity for a mission-driven, hands-on, program analyst looking to work independently and as a team, while contributing to a vibrant, innovative nonprofit organization with a strong business acumen.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

Data Collection and Management

Work collaboratively with program Coordinators, Managers, and Directors to effectively train Case Managers and all staff performing data entry as Users of the organization’s Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) and Whole Person Care (WIZARD) systems

Collaborate with program staff to improve intake and exit assessment process.

Collaborate with Director of Housing and Operations to ensure compliance with county-wide databases.

File and safeguard all data existing outside of HMIS and WIZARD systems, including data files pertaining to Homeward Bound’s Culinary Academy

Data Analysis and Quality Assurance:

Filter and “clean” data by reviewing reports, and printouts, to locate and correct data entry problems

Crunch data monthly to provide monthly housing outcomes/exit reports

Train all program Coordinators, Managers, and Directors to quality assure their staff’s data entry

Provide data analysis training to Coordinators, Managers, and Directors so that they are capable to present monthly program reports and make relevant connections between anecdotal information and statistical data

Develop and implement data analyses, data collection systems and other strategies that optimize statistical efficiency and quality

Reports and Collaboration:

In conjunction with the Director of Housing and Operations, respond quickly to data analysis or reporting requests from the development, finance, or housing departments

Be the first point of contact for data related questions and function

Develop a Data Dashboard and Social Impact Receipt which demonstrates the return on investment for Homeward Bound stakeholders

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Education, Experience and Computer Skills:

BA or BS degree

2 + years progressively responsible experience as a data analyst

Direct experience in planning, managing, and implementing new strategies or databases

Proficiency in Excel, and experience with Salesforce, Tableau, ETO or similar databases

Must be detail oriented

Special Qualifications:

Clear and organized communication which fosters a cohesive team environment

Committed to the mission of Homeward Bound of Marin

Strong analytical skills with the ability to collect, organize, analyze, and disseminate significant amounts of information with attention to detail and accuracy

Adept at queries, report writing and presenting findings

Ability to train staff

Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including computer Excel and Word. Ability to create pivot charts a must

Diplomatic, ability to multi-task, flexible, and sense of humor

Compassionate, kind, innovative and willing to experiment with new strategies and in a team environment.

Requirements:

Ability to stand for extended periods of time (6 – 8 hours per day)

Ability to sit, and use a computer mouse, keyboard, and monitor, for moderate periods of time (1 – 3 hours per day)

Ability to lift and/or move objects weighing up to 50 pounds

Patience

Outgoing personality/able to work with a variety of staff at different levels

Data-minded

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY

It always has been and continues to be Homeward Bound’s policy that employees should be able to enjoy a work environment free from all forms of harassment and discrimination. All decisions regarding recruiting, hiring, promotion, assignment, training, termination, and other terms and conditions of employment will be made without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, creed, ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, work-related injury claim, veteran status, or political ideology, or any perception thereof.

BACKGROUND CHECK(S)

Homeward Bound is committed to providing safe and productive working, learning, and living environments for our staff and clients. To achieve that goal, we conduct background investigations for all final candidates being considered for employment. Background checks may include, but are not limited to, criminal history, national sex offender search, and motor vehicle history.

SALARY AND BENEFITS

DOE with a competitive benefits package which includes 100% employer paid medical and dental insurance, 2 weeks’ vacation, and access to a 403b retirement plan.

TO APPLY

Send resume and cover letter.

Include in subject line: “Program Analyst 2020”

Please, no phone calls. Thank you.


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Job Title: Community Day Supports Specialist

Named the #1 caregiving company to work for in the Bay Area by Localwise!

About the Position:

Our Community Day Support (CDS) program offers one-on-one support to adults with developmental disabilities. CDS clients participate in a lot of fun activities throughout the community. Swimming, ice skating, bicycling, art, music, dance and cooking are just some of the great things you and your clients will get to do together. CDS is currently seeking a to help support clients out in the community to have fun and enjoy all that their community has to offer! The Specialist will provide support to CDS clients as assigned and provide on-call support as needed.

Qualifications and Duties:


  • Effective written and verbal communication skills.

  • Ability to be extremely flexible with scheduling to include availability to work Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm.

  • Ability to provide a variety of supports as required by each assigned consumer to include lifting, transferring and personal care.

  • Train new direct service staff as assigned.

  • Provide administrative support as needed to include, but not limited to: developing and implementing Day Program activities for consumers, filing of documents, and documenting trends.

  • Work effectively with significant persons in each consumer's life (i.e., family members, friends, significant others).

  • Work effectively with other EBI staff, representatives from other agencies and members from the community.

  • Maintain a consistent positive attitude when working with each consumer and in representing the agency in the community effectively.

  • Provide on-call support and fill shift as needed.

  • Must have a valid California driver's license, proof of auto insurance, and access to a vehicle.

Work Schedule:

The specialist must be willing and able to travel to Oakland, Berkeley, Piedmont, and Albany. This is a full-time position working 8 hours per day, Monday - Friday, 8am-5pm flex.

Salary: $20.08/hour

Health and Wellness Benefits:



  • Medical coverage for those working 30 hours a week or more, with three different health plans for you to choose from


  • Dental and vision coverage for both full-time and part-time staff


  • Free mental health counseling sessions for you and members of your household


  • Annual health & wellness fair with free massage, cooking demonstration, wellness seminar, and wellness gift raffles

Pre-Tax Benefits:



  • Flexible Spending Account so you can use pre-tax dollars to cover your medical expenses


  • Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account, allowing you to use pre-tax dollars to cover childcare expenses


  • Commuter benefits, allowing you to save big on BART and bus with pre-tax dollars loaded onto your clipper card

Investing in your Future Benefits:



  • 403(b) retirement plan so you can invest in your future


  • Free financial coaching from an expert advisor to help answer any financial questions you may have


  • Education Assistance Fund, providing reimbursement for tuition, fees, and supplies for education and self-enrichment courses

Career Advancement Benefits:



  • Membership in the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 1021, helping you advocate for employment terms that work for you


  • Ability to view and apply for supervisory position openings before they are advertised to the general public - we love to promote from within!


  • Many opportunities for training so you can feel confident in the work you do and prepare for future career opportunities

Other Benefits:



  • Paid sick leave for all employees, and paid vacation for full-time employees


  • Paid holidays for all


  • Mileage reimbursement for on-the-job driving at 58 cents per mile


  • Free legal consultation for any legal concerns you may have outside of work


  • Staff appreciation month with a BBQ, a party, daily raffles, and more, to celebrate you and the important work that you do

About Our Organization:

Established in 1994, East Bay Innovations (EBI) is a nonprofit human services organization that supports people with developmental disabilities, such as intellectual disabilities, autism, and cerebral palsy. Our person centered services support people to live in their own homes, make choices about how they live, work in jobs of their choosing, and enjoy being part of their communities. We seek to further the human rights and empowerment of people with disabilities, and hire people who care about social justice and want to make a difference in the lives of others.


  • East Bay Innovations is an equal opportunity employer. We will consider all applicants without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender, gender identity, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, age, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.


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POSITION: Media/Marketing Program Manager (182)

DEPARTMENT: Administration

REPORTS TO: Development Director

LOCATION: Native American Health Center, Inc.

WORK HOURS: 40 hours per week, 100% FTE

STATUS: Non-Union, Non-Exempt

Indian Preference Act: Preference in hiring is given to qualified Native Americans in accordance with the Indian

_ Preference Act (Title 25, US Code, Section 472 and 473). Applicants claiming Indian Preference must submit verification of Indian heritage certified by tribe of affiliation. _

POSITION SUMMARY

The Media/Marketing Program Manager will guide, support, and promote the vision, development, and goals of NAHC Media program through communications campaigns and innovative strategies. This position will support the strategic development of NAHC Media and Marketing through networking, collaboration, promotion, and Digital Storytelling.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Responsible for integrating the vision and goals of NAHC Media with the overall agency mission and direction to ensure consistent and streamlined objectives and messaging.

2. Responsible for NAHC Media planning, quality improvement, operations, development, and growth across all forms of media production (video, design, digital, audio, web, etc.)

3. Responsible for supporting the implementation of NAHC Media’s strategic plans serving all NAHC departments while facilitating growth and sustainability in all NAHC Media areas.

4. Responsible for the management of all NAHC Media inventory, services, and scheduling.

5. Responsible for actively seeking and developing new methods, techniques, and systems to improve and grow Media skills, services, and impact.

6. Responsible for ensuring alignment of inter-agency and community-related communications with the directives of NAHC’s Executive Leadership Team.

7. Responsible for participating in the development, implementation and facilitation of the

NAHC Marketing Strategy.

8. Responsible for guiding the design, development, and implementation of NAHC’s social media strategies (i.e. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, etc.).

9. Responsible for leading the development of compelling media campaigns with agency and department heads to further expand and promote services and visibility.

10. Responsible for representing NAHC Media within the agency and cultivating positive relationships across all departments.

11. Responsible for collaboration with other NAHC departments in the development, implementation, and distribution of branding strategies to be reflective of unique campaign objectives and streamlined with overall agency messaging and mission.


  1. Responsible for integrating NAHC Media into all departments for the purpose of promoting events, groups, and other activities.

  2. Responsible for organizing the documenting of community events, groups, and other activities appropriately and for assisting with the accurate and timely reporting of project activities.

  3. Responsible for collaborating with different teams on qualitative content for NAHC programs and services.

  4. Organize trainings and educational sessions for staff and community members on NAHC Media equipment and software to build skills and familiarity in media and technology.

  5. Promote and implement Digital Storytelling across NAHC departments to strengthen community voice, agency visibility, and policy advocacy for NAHC services.

  6. Facilitate and develop Digital Storytelling workshops.

  7. Responsible for the development and implementation the Facilitators training for Digital

Storytelling.

19. Present on NAHC Media activities, methods, mission, and workshops locally and at other locations as needed.

20. Develop relationships with outside organizations for fundraising, project and event collaboration, community support, agency promotion and visibility.

21. Actively participate in staff meetings, workshops, and trainings; as well as coordinate activities with collaborating agencies.

22. Actively participate in internal quality improvement teams and work with members proactively to drive quality improvement initiatives in accordance with the mission and strategic goals of the organization, federal and state laws and regulations, and accreditation standards, when assigned.


  1. Work extremely well under pressure, meet multiple and often competing deadlines; and at all times exemplify cooperative leadership behavior with supervisors, NAHC Media staff, colleagues, clients, outside agencies, and the community.

  2. Other duties assigned by Supervisor.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

1. Must have Bachelor’s degree with Media related experience (video, design, digital, audio, web, etc.)

2. Must have experience with media production including; team management, budget development, creative decision making, and product-based time management.

3. Experience in managing multiple programs or program areas and working in a team structure.

4. Must have experience in implementing critical thought and cultural competency into media services and production, team management, and agency marketing/communications.

5. Must have experience or understanding of the unique needs for creating, designing, and producing marketing materials for non-profit organizations.

6. Experience working on social media strategies, film, digital storytelling and other communication projects as well as ability to work with programmatic teams to develop project outreach materials.


  1. Expertise with modern media software platforms. Desire to learn and implement new media skills.


  2. Must have a thorough understanding of program development.


  3. Experience in non-profit mental health or substance abuse agencies, prevention program coordination, and working with the Native American population.


  4. High degree of emotional intelligence


  5. Excellent verbal and written communication.


  6. Experience with strategic planning processes.

Working Conditions and Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to both an inside/outside environment and may be exposed to the burning of traditional medicines.

Benefits: Native American Health Center (NAHC) considers our employees to be our most valuable resource and offers an excellent benefit package: competitive salaries, personal time off (PTO) or sick/vacation leave program, and an employer contribution 403(b) retirement plan to full-time regular status employees. We also provide medical, vision, dental, flexible spending, group term and voluntary life insurance coverage for employees and their dependents—with a percentage of employee contribution for dependent medical premiums.


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_ Notice Applicants_ : Please be advised a post job offer, pre-employment Physical, TB test and Vaccination Clearance are required as a condition of employment. Vaccination Levels: 0 – Limited - require only TB, Physical & Seasonal

Flu; 1 – Full Panel with exposure of Blood Borne Pathogens – requires, Measles, Mumps, Rubella, TDAP, Varicella,

Hepatitis B, TB, Physical & Season Flu; 2 – Full panel no exposure of Blood Borne Pathogens – requires Measles,

Mumps, Rubella, TDAP, Varicella, TB, Physical & Seasonal Flu. Additionally, you may be asked to get a Department of Justice Fingerprinting and/or Federal, State, County criminal background check clearance as a contingency for an offer of employment. Criminal clearances are obtained to protect the welfare and safety of clients receiving services at

NAHC.

Equal Opportunity Employer: Within the scope of Indian Preference, all candidates will receive equal consideration without regard to race, color, gender, religion, national origin or other non-merit factors.

Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA): Native American Health Center abides by the mandates of the

ADEA (protecting individuals 40 years and older) and considers age a non-merit factor in all employment decisions and considerations.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): Native American Health Center abides by the mandates of the ADA and considers disability a non-merit factor in all employment decisions and considerations. Furthermore, NAHC will make any practical, feasible, and reasonable arrangements to accommodate qualified applicants and employees with disabilities.

Job Type: Full-time

Experience:


  • Video, Digital, Audio, Web: 3 years (Required)

  • Graphic Design: 3 years (Required)

  • Photoshop: 3 years (Preferred)

Education:


  • Bachelor's (Required)

Benefits:


  • Health insurance

  • Dental insurance

  • Vision insurance

  • Retirement plan

  • Paid time off


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WE’RE LOOKING FOR AN ENTREPRENEURIAL AND COMPASSIONATE LEADER TO STEWARD THE NEWLY LEGAL HOME COOKING INDUSTRY TOWARDS JUSTICE & PEOPLE POWER.

https://www.cookalliance.org/executive-director

ABOUT THE COOK ALLIANCE

We’re the COOK Alliance: a coalition of immigrants, stay at home parents, community builders, educators, activists, policy makers, technologists, and home cooks. We’ve been working to advocate for the recognition of home cooking as compensated and dignified work since 2014. We legalized the first home restaurants by passing Microenterprise Home Kitchen (MEHKO) laws in California and are now bringing our campaign nation-wide. 

READ MORE ABOUT OUR MISSION, VALUES, AND HISTORY HERE ⟶

KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY 

Our incoming Executive Director will lead us into an entirely new phase of our work, as the first home restaurant permits (in U.S. history!) are issued across California. Legalization means that home cooking will soon involve regulators, tech companies, & cities in new ways. We are growing our leadership team to ensure cooks’ voices are heard and that they have trusted representation for advocacy & support— a modern union for the empowered gig worker.This role will require entrepreneurial energy, creativity, and vision. Our work continues to take shape as part of a broader shift in collective thinking around food & labor in the modern world (from food trucks & “know your farmer”, to AB 5 & gig worker rights). You will join a core team  that values collaborative decision-making and prides itself on scrappiness and adaptability. An Executive Director will help us increase our capacity as an organization that serves cooks and their communities. Your core responsibilities will be building people power and fundraising, but your work will also include refining our brand communications & org management: 


  • Fiscal oversight and fundraising: (40%)


    • Grow sustainable funding sources for core operating expenses and staff

    • Lead new fund development and grant-writing efforts, including engaging with both individual donors and aligned philanthropic organizations



  • Brand building (20%)


    • Refine brand voice and lead public communications (written newsletter, website, press, and speaking engagements)

    • Establish partnerships with organizations that can provide resources to cooks and serve as accountability partners for Alliance



  • Org management (20%)


    • Help establish our new Board of Directors, Cook Advisory Board, and community governance/input model 



  • Building our direct cook engagement model (20%)


    • Develop people power through direct cook community relationships, including 1:1 meetings, cook coaching, and resource matching

    • Develop localized cook leadership, including a community lead/ cook mentorship network model 

    • Organize cooks for industry collective bargaining and legislative advocacy



QUALIFICATIONS 


  • Deeply invested in the intersecting movements of food, labor, & social justice

  • 5+ years experience with direct service organization or community engagement work 

  • 2+ years experience with fundraising and grant development and management, including active connections in philanthropy

  • Excellent written and spoken communications skills (bilingual preferred) 

  • Ability to build trust within and across a large spectrum of close knit communities (underrepresented cooks, policymakers, private sector). 

The COOK Alliance is an equal opportunity employer: LGBTQ, people of color, women, and long-time Oakland residents are encouraged to apply. Note that part of the reasoning behind this Executive Director search is to find more representative leadership for our community. This is a full time position based in Oakland, CA, with benefits (health, dental, and vision) and a flexible time-off policy. Salary starting at $100k contingent on 2020 org fundraising.  If you’re interested, please forward your resume along with a cover letter detailing your experience with non-profit fundraising & interest in our community to: jobs@cookalliance.org by February 15th, 2020.


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Our Regional Directors are passionate about working with kids and making an impact. They think innovation is important—so important that it’s at the cornerstone of how they lead, motivate, and inspire their staff. They are effective project managers, detail-oriented operations specialists, and visionary entrepreneurs. They care about our culture, our work, our development, and our community efforts. They embody our values of being visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined, and reflective. They are Galileo.

We value divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups and people of diverse backgrounds to apply.

Who are you?



  • You live and breathe the Galileo mission. You believe in innovation. You believe that when kids are fearless, they learn and care more deeply. You believe that these fearless innovators will go on to change the world.


  • You’re a leader — a servant leader — at heart. You believe that the best managers are ones who serve and support their teams, and you measure your success in large part by the success of those around you. 


  • You’re a lifelong learner. Growth mindset is your mantra. You’re eager to build on and develop skills in project and people management.


  • You have an extensive hat collection. You wear many of them. You operate with an all-hands-on-deck mentality and understand that there’s no task too small, especially when your impact is so big.


  • You’re an adept time manager. Juggling isn’t just a party trick—it’s your specialty. You know when to switch gears from detail management to supportive mentorship.


  • You’re a glass-half-full hard worker. You’re committed to quality and are prepared to put in long hours when necessary. You take ownership over your own performance and strive to make Galileo—and yourself—better every day.

What are we looking for?


  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience, advanced degree preferred

  • Experience in multi-site operational management, managing projects, programs, or services

  • Minimum 5 years experience working with K-8th grade range and managing people, ideally a team

  • Readiness to stick around: we find that our Regional Directors benefit from a 5 year minimum commitment

Benefits & Compensation


  • Base and bonus potential to be discussed during interview

  • Employee medical and dental benefits provided by Galileo; employee-paid dependent care and multiple ancillary benefits available

  • 401(k) provided after one year of employment; current Galileo contribution is 3%, with an employee contribution option

  • We believe that a balance between work and life is essential to happiness and success, so work hard and take the time you need; 25 personal days per year

  • We offer a significant camp discount to year-round and seasonal employees

Work Location

SoCal Office, 100 W Broadway, Long Beach, CA 90802


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For +20 years, the Vietnamese American Community Center of the East Bay (VACCEB) in Oakland, CA has been a refuge and resource for low-income Southeast Asians and other underrepresented refugee/immigrant communities. VACCEB provides a variety of support services, including hot meals/food bags, senior programs, housing assistance, legal immigration services, educational classes, and employment placement assistance. We are currently looking to hire a Program Coordinator to assist with our education and outreach projects.

Responsibilities:


  • Perform education and outreach events based on current contract needs and topics

  • Accept full responsibility for program service delivery as assigned and as outlined in contract

  • Register new clients for existing programs and activities

  • Perform client data entry and management

  • Work under the direction of the program manager to ensure all goals and reporting requirements are being met and contracts terms are adhered

  • Represent VACCEB at relevant meetings and forums in the community

  • Ensure grant activities are keeping up with client needs and carried out according to grant requirements

Qualifications:


  • Experience working in a non-profit or community based organization serving vulnerable, low-income clients

  • Desire to work with a diverse community and patience when working with refugees and immigrants

  • An interest in education and outreach for underserved communities.

  • Ability to read and interpret a written contract.

  • Previous experience working with and understanding of public and private contracts

  • Demonstrated ability to write coherently and work on data and narrative forms and reports.

  • Demonstrated experience and skills in program coordination and successfully working under stated limitations and deadline demands

  • Bilingual ability preferred (written and oral)

Schedule:


  • Monday to Friday 9am - 1pm/3pm (20-30 hours/week)

Please email your resume and a brief paragraph about why you are interested in working at VACCEB to our Senior Program Manager, Shannon Meredith, through Indeed.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $20.00 to $24.00 /hour

Location:


  • Oakland, CA 94606 (Required)

Language:


  • Vietnamese (Preferred)

Work Location:


  • One location

Working days:


  • Monday

  • Tuesday

  • Wednesday

  • Thursday

  • Friday

Hours per week:


  • 20-29

Typical start time:


  • 9AM

Typical end time:


  • 3PM

Pay Frequency:


  • Monthly


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PROGRAM ASSISTANT, Volunteer Services  

Status: Non-Exempt, Full-Time 

Location: San Rafael, CA   

About CVNL: The Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership (CVNL) is dedicated to advancing nonprofits and volunteerism by strengthening leadership, encouraging innovation and empowering individuals in our community. CVNL has been building the capacity of volunteers and nonprofits for more than 50 years, and continues to adapt and evolve, leveraging powerful tools and technologies to make it easier for volunteers to engage and for organizations to promote volunteer opportunities. The Volunteer Services Department connects volunteers to local needs, and builds the capacity of local nonprofits by providing expert guidance and professional resources.   

Position Overview: The Program Assistant works collaboratively with the Director of Volunteer Services, other CVNL staff, volunteers, partner organizations, AmeriCorps members, and community stakeholders to ensure smooth, high-functioning volunteer programs. This position reports to the Director of Volunteer Services and provides direct administrative and event-planning support to Volunteer Services staff in Marin, Sonoma, Solano and Napa Counties.    The Program Assistant works respectfully with diverse populations and cultures from varied communities and partner organizations. The Program Assistant provides exceptional customer service and strong attention to detail and ensures professional project coordination. As a key member of the Volunteer Services department and CVNL staff, the Program Assistant helps to create impactful and meaningful volunteer projects.    

RESPONSIBILITIES:   

· Provide administrative support related to Days of Service, the AmeriCorps program, volunteer fairs, public presentations, training workshops and other activities 

· Provide administrative support related to grant management and departmental budget management  

· Update project-related data and online records using a Salesforce-based platform 

· Assist volunteers who call, email or visit the office and need help finding volunteer opportunities 

· Promote Volunteer Services programs by distributing outreach materials online and occasionally in-person 

· Compile and aggregate data on Volunteer Services programs for monthly, quarterly, and annual reports.  

· Provide administrative and logistical support during disasters as a part of CVNL’s Emergency Volunteer Center program 

· Perform other duties as required.  

QUALIFICATIONS: 

· Highly motivated and results-oriented  

· Ability to work both independently and in a team setting 

· Strong customer service skills (phone, email, in-person) 

· 1 year of administrative experience preferred 

· Occasional weekend work required (as needed and with advance notice) 

· Demonstrated success using databases such as Salesforce 

· Proficiency with MS Office 

· Event coordination experience preferred 

· Proven ability to work effectively and respectfully with diverse groups of varying cultures, ethnicities, age groups, abilities, etc.  

· Must have reliable transportation, a valid CA driver’s license and proof of auto insurance.    

SALARY AND BENEFITS:  This is an entry-level program support position in the Volunteer Services department. Salary will be commensurate with experience. CVNL offers a full benefits package.    

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  In addition to basic computer desk work, the employee is required to stand, walk, reach above shoulders, and climb or balance. The employee may occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.   

To be considered as an applicant: 

· Email resume and cover letter to Elaine Tokolahi, Director of Volunteer Services, at etokolahi@cvnl.org 

· Please put “Program Assistant” in the subject line 

· Attachments must be in .doc of .pdf format; do not include resume in the body of your email 

· Resumes must be submitted with a cover letter No phone calls please    


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HI, WE’RE BROADLY!

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!

WHAT'S THE JOB REALLY?

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!


Requirements:


  • 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


Benefits:


  • 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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Title: AmeriCorps Volunteer Infrastructure Project (VIP) Fellow

# of positions: 3  Locations: San Rafael, Sacramento or Muir Beach, CA 

Term of service: February - August 2020 

Anticipated Service Schedule: Each AmeriCorps VIP Fellow will serve a total of 900 hours over the term of service, averaging 36 hours per week, which may include some evening and weekend hours. Typically, Fellows serve Monday – Friday. 

About AmeriCorps VIP: The AmeriCorps Volunteer Infrastructure Project (VIP) strengthens nonprofits to increase impact through the power of volunteers. We are seeking three AmeriCorps Fellows (one per nonprofit) to serve at the International Rescue Committee (Sacramento), Slide Ranch (Muir Beach), or Community Action Marin (San Rafael). 

Our AmeriCorps members are called VIP Fellows, and they are leaders who build sustainable volunteer programs at nonprofits. Nonprofits that have strong volunteer programs are able to serve more clients and tackle more of our communities’ challenges. VIP Fellows join a nonprofit team and help them build systems that recruit, train, support, manage, and measure the success of volunteers. Each VIP Fellow is placed at a participating nonprofit, and collaborates with that organization’s professional staff to build or strengthen volunteer management systems. 

VIP Fellows are members of a statewide network of 120 Fellows, and are key contributors of a local cohort of Bay Area and Sacramento Fellows that meet regularly for collaboration and training. Over the course of the service term, VIP Fellows earn a Certificate in Volunteer Management, and become experienced in community outreach, volunteer management, nonprofit operations, partnership building, and professional communication. 

The VIP Fellow team in the San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento is managed by the Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership (CVNL). Come join the team, and make an impact this year! 

AmeriCorps VIP Fellow Duties:  

• Develop, implement or strengthen a nonprofit organization’s volunteer program in collaboration with organizational leadership 

• Identify and design impactful volunteer opportunities that meet the needs of the community’s children and families  

• Recruit and train community members as volunteers 

• Utilize the VIP Work Plan to build systems for tracking, training, managing, and evaluating volunteers 

• Serve side-by-side with staff and volunteers to provide guidance, to better understand the clients’ needs, and to improve the volunteer experience 

•  Develop business partnerships that provide voluntary and limited financial support for the participating nonprofit  

• Participate in professional development opportunities, including orientation, Volunteer Management Certificate program, regular meetings, National Day of Service projects with other VIP Fellows, a regional VIP Fellow retreat, and online training. 

Program Benefits

• Opportunity to make a real difference in a community 

• Earn a Certificate in Volunteer Management 

• AmeriCorps, HandsOn Network and CVNL trainings on the nonprofit sector, volunteer management, and cultural competency 

• Living allowance of over $8000 paid throughout the term of service 

• AmeriCorps Education Award upon successful completion of service  

• Healthcare • Student loan forbearance 

Skills/Experience Preferred:  

• Passion for volunteerism • Strong communication skills  • Leadership experience • Writing/editing skills • Teaching/tutoring skills  • Some college required; college degree recommended  

HOW TO APPLY:  Please apply in one of the following ways: 

• Email resume and cover letter to Elaine Tokolahi, Director of Volunteer Services, at etokolahi@cvnl.org  

• Apply online via the My AmeriCorps website using this link: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=68496 


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Job Title: Youth Leadership Specialist  

Program: JAPANTOWN YOUTH LEADERS (JYL), Daly City Prevention Collaborative (DCPC) & ASIAN YOUTH PREVENTIONS SERVICES (AYPS) 

Location: 1840 Sutter street, san Francisco, ca 94115 

Salary: doe, 40 hours a week plus full medical benefits, some weekends and evenings 

Apply: ASAP   

Program & Position Description:   

Japantown Youth Leaders (JYL) program, Asian Youth Prevention Services (AYPS) Program and the Daly City Prevention Collaborative (DCPC) are Youth Development Programs of JCYC. JYL is designed to foster leadership development and engage participants in activities that support personal development.  AYPS and DCPC strive to prevent, delay and reduce the use and abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs (ATOD) among youth in San Francisco and Daly City.  

For more information about JYL, AYPS, DCPC and JCYC, go to www.jcyc.org.   

The Youth Leadership Specialist is an integral member of the JYL/AYPS/DCPC Youth Development Team in planning and implementing program curriculum and activities and will report directly to the Senior Leadership Specialist.   

During the school year, the Youth Leadership Specialist will assist with the facilitation of program, including but not limited to, service learning and health curriculum and activities including recruiting participants, conducting weekly participant meetings, providing leadership training, plan recreational activities and guide youth led community service projects. Training topics include group facilitation, public speaking, conflict resolution, decision-making skills, domestic violence prevention and postsecondary education opportunities. During the summer, the Youth Leadership Specialist will support JCYC’s Tomodachi Summer Program. A 9-week, full day program, which offers children interest-based club options, field trips, and cultural enrichment activities.   

The ideal candidate will be skilled in working collaboratively with adults and youth, developing strong, nurturing relationships with young people and facilitating small and large group workshops. They will be detail-orientated and able to manage multiple tasks in a fast-paced and changing environment. They must be flexible with varying schedules and activities during the week.   

Responsibilities of the Youth Leadership Specialist include, but are not limited to, the following:  

 Position Responsibilities:  


  • Assist in the recruitment and selection of participants for program participation; 

  • Assist in the implementation of service learning curriculum and facilitate youth led community service projects with participants ages 12 to 18;

  • Develop and conduct workshops focusing on creative personal and leadership development skills;

  • Support winter and summer camp activities including lead recreational outings as required;

  • Support youth and young adult related activities in Japantown and the broader Japanese American community;

  • Build relationships between JCYC and other Community Based Organizations (CBO's), Community Leaders, and Community Resources;

  • Participating in evenings and weekends are required (minimum 1 per month);

  • Participate in agency events and meetings as needed;

  • Participate in advocacy initiatives prioritized by JCYC;

  • Perform other related duties as needed. 

Qualifications:  


  • Minimum of 1 or more years’ experience working with diverse youth;

  • Demonstrated effectiveness in facilitating youth groups;

  • Ability to work effectively in a team setting with or without supervision;

  • Experience working with community organizations;

  • Knowledge of youth development principles/community service learning preferred;

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with both youth and adults;

  • Experience working with diverse youth from a range of backgrounds and circumstances;

  • Vehicle access preferred.

Education:  

BA/BS from accredited college or four years of related experience.    

How to Apply  

No Phone Calls Please. Applicants must submit the following: 

1) cover letter and 2) résumé  

Application by e-mail is highly encouraged to youthleader@jcyc.org

Application by mail send to: JYL/AYPS, 1840 Sutter St., Suite 207, San Francisco, CA 94115, Fax: (415) 921-1841   

 

JYL, DCPC  and AYPS  programs of JCYC actively seek to hire and promote individuals, recruit volunteers and provide services to individuals without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religious creed, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, or presence of non-job related conditions or disabilities. All employees of JCYC participate in a criminal background investigation. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.    


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