Choix Vocational Services is a behavioral management day program for adults with developmental disabilities. We are seeking highly motivated, dependable, and patient Job Coaches to provide support to our clients.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
* Implementing program curriculum and providing consumers with a safe and nurturing
environment for learning.
* Participating with consumers in social and wellness activities in the facility and in the community.
* Assisting consumers on learning and/or reinforcing living, social, and employment skills.
High school diploma or 1+ year experience working with persons with developmental disabilities.
* Valid California Driver's License
* Clean driving record and proof of Auto insurance
* Dependable Vehicle (this position requires driving to cities adjacent to East Los Angeles)
* Background check
* TB Test clearance
Monday - Friday 8am to 3pm
* Part time positions also available.
Compensation and Benefits:
$13.25 per hour
Monthly phone allowance
Monthly mileage reimbursement
Paid Time Off (PTO) accrual starts immediately
Medical Insurance Benefits 401 (k)
For more information on Choix Vocational Services please visit our website or contact us at 323-727-5033 and ask for James or Maria.
Are you a tinkerer? Do you enjoy taking things apart and then putting them back together? How about playing with LEGO®? Would you like to use a ridiculous amount of LEGO® materials to teach kids how the world works? If so, then this may be your dream job!
Play-Well TEKnologies is an educational enrichment company that introduces children in grades K-8 to STEM concepts using LEGO® components.
We are hiring additional smart, creative, dynamic LEGO® Engineering Instructors to deliver our great programs throughout Orange County, including: Yorba Linda, Brea, Fullerton, Huntington Beach, Laguna Niguel/south county, and Central OC. This part-time position includes leading full day camp programs during the summer, then teaching daily after-school programs with some weekday morning programs and weekend birthday parties throughout the school year.
Buckle up - this is hard work! Lugging 40 pound totes in and out of your car, leading excited kids through challenging projects, managing classroom conflicts, cleaning up all that LEGO® - this will be the toughest job you'll ever love!
Flexible schedule: availability full weekdays starting immediately through summer months. Availability during weekday afternoons and weekends a must during school year, with potential for some weekday morning homeschool programs.
Experience and passion teaching K-8 students in a classroom or summer camp setting.
STEAM related coursework or experience a plus but not required: we provide training!
Must have a reliable vehicle to transport teaching materials and commute to teaching sites.
Pre-employment background check is required.
Part-time: 15 - 20 hours/week during school year, 30 - 40 hours/week during summer
Training rate: $15.50/hour
Regular rate: $17.50/hour
Compensation includes drive time, setup and instruction hours
We highly value our teaching staff, and pay for time spent driving to a site that's farther than 30 minutes away. We also pay a 3 hour daily class minimum rather than just the hour or so spent in the classroom.
APPLES TO APPLES PAY COMPARISON:
Play-Well Other companies
* Class session 1 hour $52.50 $35
Excess drive time Paid Not paid
Total pay per class session/day $52.50 + excess drive time $35
Play-Well pays a minimum of 3 hours per daily class session
Paid drive time over 1 hour round trip/day
TO APPLY: Visit website job page to learn more about the job and submit your online application!
We play everyday. Come play well with us!
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This organization is not affiliated with the LEGO® GROUP.
Job Title: HR Generalist I
Reports To: VP of Human Resources
Pay: $ 19 to 20/hr. + benefits, Medical, PTO and 401(k) opportunity for advancement
What you'll be doing: You will be working with and reporting directly to the company HR Manager-which will give you the opportunity to assist in a wide-variety of HR-related projects, including: Creating job descriptions, wage and salary administration, employee relations, and compliance. A great working environment is provided along with full benefits; Medical, 401K, Life Insurance, paid-vacation, and holidays.
QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS REQUIRED:
Seeking Top Sales Executive with experience selling to Hotels, Casinos, Restaurants, Hospitals, Retirement Homes, Cruise Lines, Universities and Faucet Distributors to market new green invention that helps save up to 90% water.
Product is selling really well in Las Vegas
We penetrated into MGM Casino and many other hotels.
Sales Rep must be good at telemarketing/cold calling.
Candidates who do not have these contacts, but have extensive sales experience especially to distributors will also be considered.
This is patent right approved technology with no competition when closing.
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity and is a very lucrative position
Candidates MUST first review our website and competition
To research and be convinced this is the best product in the industry
Opportunities to rise to regional and national vice president
Candidates should submit their Resumes for considerations for this lucrative position via email, only after you have reviewed our website, competition; and are ready to get started.
Please do NOT call.
Every Pinky's Iron Doors employee adds a unique set of capabilities to the team, from designers, developers and artisans who create cutting-edge iron doors that our customers love to our project managers and interns that guide clients through the creative process to ensure a smooth and rewarding experience from order placement to delivery, and everything in between. Meet your creative Pinky's Squad.
Grill Cook / Carver Job Summary: Tender Greens Chefs bring their unique backgrounds, culinary interests and personal flare to create a unique feel at each restaurant. We pride ourselves on serving seasonal ingredients prepared with simplicity, skill and most importantly PASSION! We believe that everybody is equally important to our mission. Our guests are our family and just like family we care about what we serve them. We are seeking Grill Cooks/ Carvers with an epic level of positive attitude, a strong work ethic, who thrive in a fast-paced team environment and have a strong desire to learn and grow in the culinary space. Tender Greens delivers inspired food, friendly service and great value in a comfortable space. As a Grill Cook/ Carver, you are responsible for encompassing our goal of providing each guest with a truly wonderful experience as well as;
We challenge ourselves, and each other, to be the best. Requirements for this position are;
Why work at Tender Greens?
Abilities include: · Must be able to lift trays of food or food items weighing up to 50 lbs. on a regular and continuing basis · Some bending/kneeling/stooping required · Must be able to stand for long periods of time · Must be able to work in a hot kitchen environment
Hours: Must be available to work some nights & weekends
EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V
Tender Greens will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the Los Angeles FCHIO.
CRAVE MORE COLORFUL SURROUNDINGS? Do you enjoy art, craft, and people, too? Are you great in retail sales and customer service? Bullseye Glass Co., an international art glass manufacturer, seeks a full-time Retail Sales & Studio Instructor to join the team at its Resource Center in South Pasadena, CA. The Resource Center is a synthesis of retail store offering art-glass supplies and a teaching studio helping customers to work with the products. The Retail Sales/Studio Instructor will sell Bullseye products and classes, provide excellent customer service, receive and manage inventory, and work with the team to assist in all aspects of maintaining the store.
Additionally, the Sales & Studio Instructor will assist in workshops and other programming led by fellow Bullseye staff and visiting instructors and will eventually lead workshops on their own. They will develop a comprehensive understanding of the Bullseye product line and its use in kilnforming through on the job training, provide technical support for customers and students, and help keep the studio clean and organized and the equipment maintained. The qualified candidate will be a well-organized problem solver with excellent communication skills who has a 4-year college degree (Studio Art preferred) has at least 2 years of retail sales or customer service experience. Teaching and curriculum development experience is helpful. Ideal candidate is an upbeat people person, pays close attention to detail, has hands-on experience in the arts, has knowledge of art history and aesthetics, and has a valid driver’s license. Knowledge of both Mac and PC platforms preferred. Bullseye Glass offers competitive wages and benefits. Please email your resume, with “RCLA” on the Subject line.
Is this you?
You love to learn, love to succeed, and love to grow as a professional. You’re experienced in building paid search campaigns and developing strategies that consistently drive client success. You think analytically and strive to understand how you can use numbers or facts to prove your points, but you also have a creative side and love crafting the right message to connect with consumers at the right time.
This is us:
We are Inseev Interactive, and we’re passionate about being first in class. We are a digital marketing firm located in Pacific Beach, with a core competency in search engine marketing services. Our clients are primarily medium-sized businesses spanning a variety of industries, located all across the United States. We are well known for our analytical, minimally-automated approach to paid search and commitment to long-term growth for each of our clients.
What you'll do:
What you'll need:
What’s in it for you?
We are proud of our high energy and all-around fun working environment. Our team loves to come work, loves to learn, and loves to win at the online marketing game.
We offer the following perks to keep you happy, healthy, and engaged at work:
Note: Submit a customized cover letter or you will not be considered.
KEYWORDS: Paid Search, Agency, Bidding Tools, Troubleshooting Accounts, Google Adwords, Bing Ads, Yahoo Gemini, Remote
National Mortgage Loan Document Signing Company in West Los Angeles is looking to fill a position for CLIENT SERVICES. We will train for the specific duties required for this position. This position is responsible for many types of tasks as needed, including but not limited to, client email and telephone follow ups, notary confirmation calls, cancellation requests, and various projects.
The potential candidate should have customer service experience, preferably with some mortgage/escrow/title knowledge. He or she should also have experience with the internet and Microsoft Outlook, along with strong personal skills and good telephone etiquette. Excellent Communication Skill, punctuality and experience in a professional business setting is a must.
Qualified candidate may email their resume with salary history
You may also get more information about us in our website
Development and Communications Assistant
The mission of The Unusual Suspects Theatre Company, a nonprofit 501c3 organization, is to mentor, educate, and enrich under served youth through the creation of collaborative, original theatre. Our vision is a world where all youth are given the opportunities and support they need to succeed.
The Development and Communications Assistant is a full time position that provides administrative support for the Development Team, including event management, communications, and all other fundraising activities. This position must be able to identify needs, conceptualize how to meet these needs, and make them happen in a timely manner while also attending to the various needs within the office. The Development and Communications Assistant will manage multiple projects, executing low- and mid-level aspects of these projects. Position reports to the Director of Development and Communications.
Duties and Responsibilities:
· Assist in the planning and execution of small and large fundraising and cultivation events, including multi-tasking an extremely high-level of event management duties such as assisting with invites, overseeing auction and raffle needs, drafting/creating event related communications and web forms/pages, aiding in guest-list management, assisting with key onsite roles such as volunteer management and various day-of preparation, and working with contractors and other pre, onsite and post event duties as assigned
· Aid with database management (aiding in keeping data organized/consistent in the organization’s CRM, Little Green Light, helping create/pull reports, aiding in processing donations and creating event forms)
· Provide assistance with various donor stewardship/acknowledgement administrative related tasks (i.e. drafting/printing/sending acknowledgement letters, ordering/shipping gift recognition items, etc…)
· Offer support in researching grant funding prospects
· Work with the Development and Communications Director to develop and implement an annual communications plan, including managing the communications calendar and coordinating content delivery
· Support Development and Communications Director in drafting/posting daily updates and communication for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (weekly updates on LinkedIn), gauging platform status and growth and tracking and reporting analytics
· Track and report on US mentions and web traffic
· Collaborate with Development and Communications Director in generating content ideas, and assist in drafting and distributing monthly Mailchimp email communication and other external communication alerts as needed, specifically for fall, end of year, and gala fundraising campaigns.
· In coordination with Program Associate, design flyers, and performance playbills as needed for each performance
· Develop additional flyers, one-pagers, infographics and other marketing materials as needed
· Work with Grants Manager to update and collect/generate content for the website to ensure the quality, timeliness and relevance of web materials. This includes coordinating the receipt of bios and headshots from Teaching Artists.
· Trouble-shoot website updates with web designer sporadically.
· Support coordination efforts on digital platforms and printed materials with Development and Communications Director for special events, such as “friend-raising events,” and the annual Gala
· Assist the office in sorting, storing and sharing US images/videos effectively and in an organized manner.
· Aid in routine website content management including drafting content
· Aid the Executive Director with any office related tasks as needed
· Other duties as assigned for general office needs
Desirable Skills & Qualifications
· Must have a Bachelor degree (BA, BS, etc.) in related field
· At least 1 year of working experience in a similar role and willingness to learn
· Detail-oriented with excellent communication, organizational, interpersonal and writing skills
· Event management and development experience a plus
· Proficiency with Adobe Creative Cloud programs, iMovie, Canva, Mailchimp, and WordPress a plus, as they are used frequently for communications efforts.
· Experience using donor management software such as Little Green Light, Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge, Salsa or similar a plus
· Proficient computer skills, especially using Microsoft Suite and Google Suite of applications
· Proficient at data entry and evaluation
· Work in a team environment with minimal supervision
· Ability to work independently, be flexible, and manage a high-level of multiple priorities
· Work well with people in various communities, institutional and governmental organizations
· Work well in a team-oriented environment and maintain harmonious relationships
· Work with diverse set of community-based organizations, residents and stakeholders
· Cultural competency to work with individuals from diverse backgrounds
· Some experience in community organizing, team building, and group dynamics is helpful
· Must have reliable transportation and be able to drive a car and have appropriate auto insurance coverage, and a valid California Driver’s license
Physical Requirements & Work Environment:
Must be able to drive a motor vehicle. Must be flexible working in a fast-paced, non-profit environment. Experience or interest in theatre and youth arts education is a plus. This position works primarily in the US administrative office, but will occasionally work off-site as well.
Applicants for Employment:
All applicants who are offered employment with The Unusual Suspects will be subject to a background investigation.
Salary & Schedule:
● $31,000 - $33,500 annually. Commensurate with experience. Non-exempt.Health benefits.
● Position is expected to work 40 hours weekly. Candidate must be open to work a flexible schedule, including some evenings and weekends.
Send resume and cover letter. Include in the subject line of your email the title of the position in which you are applying. No calls please.
The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. It is not designed to contain, or to be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of employees assigned to this job. The Unusual Suspects provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leave of absence, compensation and training.
To apply, please visit our website
Tierra del Sol Foundation is looking for a dedicated and reliable Direct Support Professionals to play an integral role in supporting clients by helping them to utilize effective communication systems; develop positive relationships with others; become valued, contributing members of the community; work toward achievement of their work and life’s goals, and attain a true community-based, integrated, quality of life (which includes competitive, integrated employment.)
This is an excellent opportunity to grow in the education/human services profession and to make meaningful contributions every day in a friendly and supportive work environment.
This position is typically scheduled to work 37 hours per week. These hours and duties are subject to change based on program needs and may include weekends, holidays and evening hours to meet client, employer and stakeholder expectations. Staff will have a 30 minute working lunch when actively supporting clients with a working lunch agreement on file.
Job tasks include, but are not limited to:
- Provide small group and one on one training of individuals in specific job skills and general work behaviors
- Ensure that all assigned job duties are consistently completed according to the employer standards and expectations
- Maintain regular communication with employers regarding their satisfaction with employee performance, work schedules, and quality assurance
- Conduct job analysis in cooperation with employers
- Provide supervision and training to clients in community access skills
- Provide supervision and training to clients in self-advocacy and social/leisure skills
- Provide mobility training
- Assist clients in accessing a variety of community locations using company/personal vehicles/ public transportation
Specific Job Requirements:
- Clear communication and the ability to write notes, interact with managers, clients and client’s family, maintain and develop Individual Service Plans and facilitate client self-advocacy and choice making opportunities.
- The ability to lead small group and one-on-one training,
- Flexibility in accommodating the client’s schedule,
- Three years of good driving experience, a valid California driver’s license, personal vehicle with seat belts to safely accommodate up to 4 passengers, and vehicle insurance is also required.
- Candidate must have a sincere desire to help others be successful.
- This position requires dedication, good judgement, and quick problem solving skills.
- A Bachelor’s degree in the field of Social Service/Rehabilitation is a plus.
- The ideal candidate will also have experience in supporting and training clients in areas of community integrated employment, volunteerism, access, inclusion, and relationship building, and have skill in conducting job analysis, in cooperation with employers.
- The ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment while teaching clients skills in critical areas required for successful access to the community (including: vocational training, customer service, public transportation training, etc.)
Who We Are:
Tierra Del Sol Foundation is the leading provider of independent living, job training and support services for people with developmental disabilities. We strive to help adults with developmental disabilities to reach their goals through supportive education, family and community building.
Tierra del Sol Foundation offers all full-time employees paid vacation and holiday time as well as medical, dental, vision, and life insurance.
Server wanted in Glendale Location two guys from Italy, full / part time no experience needed we will train
Only send resume email, text or call for Jerry (818) 402-6633
Contractors State License Schools is hiring! For 30 years now, have helped contractors get licensed with the State of California, create their own businesses, and SUCCEED.
Our adult students will thank YOU for helping them accomplish their goals and reach their dreams of ultimately owning their own business. We have a great opportunity in our Telesales Department to hire dynamic and enthusiastic individuals seeking to assist others in achieving their career and educational goals. THIS DOES NOT INVOLVE "COLD-CALLING". Hot leads are provided from interested individuals who have already contacted us and want to know more.
Qualifications: Candidate must have good communication and telephone skills, along with a friendly and outgoing personality. Intermediate computer abilities required.
Contact potential or existing customers to inform them about a product or service using scripts
Answer questions about products or the company
Ask questions to understand customer requirements
Direct prospects to the field sales team when needed
Enter and update customer information in the database
Go the "extra mile" to meet sales quota and facilitate future sales
Keep records of calls and sales and notate useful information
The position is available for Part-time and Full-time schedule's which will provide flexible work hours to our candidates!
Spanish speaking skills preferred but not required.
Team players wanted NOW!
Compensation: $13.25 per hour guarantee base pay plus the potential to make in excess of $1,400/month in bonuses. (Note: At all times, CSLS will pay no less than the minimum wage established by each city/county within California.)
Please send resume
Subject Line: Telesales Representative
Join our team to join in on our success! To learn more about Contractors State License Schools, visit our website
Contractors State License Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
This organization participates in E-Verify.
Hope Cafe & Catering is NOW Hiring!
We are located inside the LA Department of Power & Water at 111 N. Hope St., Los Angeles, Ca
Shift start time 6am - 7am end 2pm - 3pm
Very friendly, personable, full of energy and dependable.
Must be able to take orders directly from customers and process payments
Some handling of food and must have current Food Handlers Card
Experience in a fast-paced environment preferred
Must be a quick learner must be efficient and capable of serving customers in a timely fashion
Monday-Friday full time or part time available
Bilingual a plus, but not required
Must have reliable transportation
Parking paid by employer
Walking, standing all day; lifting and carrying up to 40 pounds; bending to the floor many times a day.
Required experience: minimum 2 yrs.
For consideration, send resume with references by email NO PHONE CALLS
El Segundo Brewing has opened a pizza focused restaurant to showcase its beers alongside a few guest taps and local wines. The vibe is very family friendly as El Segundo is very much a town of local families. The menu is pizza obviously but also features salads and appetizers.
I am looking for an organized, hard working, part time dishwasher. The shifts are Saturday 4pm-12:30am, Sunday 4pm-11:30pm. There may be more shifts in the future for the right candidate. These shifts will include but not exclusive to working the dish station with speed and detail, putting away orders, organizing and cleaning storage areas, and assisting the restaurant in extra tasks. Every shift is paid hourly plus tips.
Please only respond if you can work all noted shifts and are ready to work.
Please respond via email.
Thank you, cheers
About ONE Archives Foundation
The ONE Archives Foundation, Inc., (OAF) is an independent, nonprofit 501(c)(3) leader in the preservation, development, interpretation, and presentation of historical, literary, and artistic content related to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ) community both in the United States and globally. Founded on November 15, 1952, OAF remains the oldest, active LGBTQ organization in the United States, with its name derived from an aphorism by 19th century philosopher Thomas Carlyle: "A mystic bond of brotherhood makes all men one."
From its beginning nearly 70 years ago, OAF’s bold actions made the experiences of gay and lesbian life in American society visible and in the process made history through its struggles for civil rights, ultimately winning a decisive U.S Supreme Court victory in 1958 related to the ONE Magazine, the first widely-distributed LGBTQ magazine in the country. Across decades of social justice activism, OAF evolved into many various roles, first as a publisher of pro-gay content, an academic institute, and a historical archive. And throughout its history, OAF collected and built the oldest and largest archive of LGBTQ related materials in the world, a dynamic collection preserving the history, art, and culture of the queer community’s struggle for identity and equality.
In 2000, a new era of leadership at the ONE Archives Foundation faced the challenge of consolidating the massive archive of books, serials, photographs, audio and video recordings, posters, signs, ephemera, and objects and finding a new home for its vast holdings. In 2010, the ONE Archives Foundation selected the University of Southern California as the new home of the Archives. The collection was transferred to the university and renamed ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives at the USC Libraries. While USC now retains ownership of the Archives, the Foundation continues to actively and officially advises on all matters concerning the holdings. Within the ONE Archives at the USC Libraries, one will find a diverse array of materials in 46 different languages, including Spanish, French, German, Chinese, and Japanese, reflecting a global perspective.
The ONE Archives Foundation is dedicated to telling the accurate and authentic stories of LGBTQ people, history, and culture through storytelling, content creation, public exhibitions, educational projects and trainings, and community outreach programs.
OAF collaborates not only with the ONE Archives at the USC Libraries, but also with other archives, institutions, organizations, and constituencies to make this unique content accessible to scholars, writers, journalists, historians, educators, and a diverse, global audience.
For example, the ONE Archives Foundation, in partnership with the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, is exploring the development of an open source digital platform connecting LGBTQ archives and community collections from across the nation, with the ultimate goal of developing a collaborative digital framework for documenting and sharing LGBTQ history for all.
With interest in the history of LGBTQ people exploding worldwide, ONE Archives Foundation seeks to find an innovative content strategist to serve as the organization’s first Director of Content Strategy in order to bring these once invisible stories to the widest, most diverse communities possible.
The Director of Content Strategy, a gifted storyteller, part-historian, and part-media-savvy strategist, provides overall leadership, tone, appearance, and direction for OAF’s high quality content strategy and development that will help drive all of the organization’s work, including educational programs, symposia, exhibitions, community outreach, publishing, multimedia communications, and public experiences. This position reports to the OAF’s Executive Director and serves as an essential member of the senior management team. A dynamic, creative leader, the Director of Content Strategy leads, develops, and implements strategies to create diverse narratives, messaging, editorial points of view, exhibitions, and experiences to support OAF’s mission: To be a key voice in addressing social justice and other issues impacting the LGBTQ community by presenting the accurate and authentic stories, history, contemporary experiences, and humanity of LGBTQ people.
As a new department at OAF, the ideal leader will bring an entrepreneurial, innovative, and contemporary approach to the work of developing and leading content strategy that disseminates the history of the LGBTQ community and their courageous struggles for equality. The Director of Content Strategy will oversee two staff: an Exhibitions and Gallery Administrator and eventually a Marketing Manager who is expected to be hired in 2020. In order to be successful, the Director of Content Strategy must demonstrate a powerful ability to organize, gather, and interpret archival materials into compelling stories and experiences that provide historical context to contemporary issues and reach a diverse, global audience.
The Director of Content Strategy will have the following primary responsibilities:
Manage the demands and needs of an emerging department while working collaboratively with the Executive Director and OAF’s staff to help build the voice and brand of the ONE Archives Foundation.
Develop standards and best practices for OAF’s content creation, including a functional calendar that integrates all of ONE’s content work in youth education, public education, exhibitions, symposia, and collection development.
Leverage contemporary issues to develop content themes, topics, and stories that resonate widely with diverse audiences, including underrepresented communities and youth.
Develop and implement content strategies through a multi-platform approach that utilizes archival materials in an easily accessible way to share the universal stories of the LGBTQ community.
Work effectively with the staff and leadership at the USC Libraries and at the ONE Archives at the USC.
Work closely with the Director of Development on messaging that aligns well and helps to strengthen OAF’s fundraising efforts.
Work closely with OAF’s Executive Director on all creative content initiatives that ensures a consistent message across all channels.
Ensure diversity of content and exhibitions for authentic representation of LGBTQ history.
Serve as staff liaison to the Archives and Content Committee.
Conduct other duties and tasks as assigned by the Executive Director.
Build and liaise with a network of content related partners and service providers.
The ideal candidate will possess most of the following qualifications:
A passionate commitment to the mission of the ONE Archives Foundation with a strong familiarity and enthusiastic interest in LGBTQ history, issues, and topics, both past and current.
A minimum of five to seven years of professional experience in leading and developing content at a cultural institution or media organization, ideally with a track record of experience in either publications, editorial, design, or exhibitions.
Experience working with the LGBTQ community.
An independent, energetic, self-starter with a proven ability to develop compelling stories for diverse audiences.
A visionary, innovative thinker with a track record for translating strategic thinking into concrete action plans and results.
Familiarity with a variety of content types and media, including an understanding of digital and/or print communications, design, social media, and content effectiveness measurements.
Deep interest in understanding cultural differences and works effectively with people from a range of social and cultural backgrounds
Confident, collaborative, and politically savvy.
Strong project management skills with supervisory experience that leverages strengths of others to accomplish a shared goal.
Excellent historical research, analysis, and communication skills, including strong writing, editing, verbal, and presentation skills.
Ability to work on evenings and weekends as required, and travel regionally and nationally as necessary.
Bachelor’s degree in communications, history, journalism, gender studies, LGBTQ studies, museum studies, or related fields. An advanced degree would be an advantage.
Provide a high level of support to board members to help them cultivate and build high-impact relationships that support current and future organizational goals.
Coppersmith is a full service Customs Broker, International Freight Forwarder and Logistics Specialist for all phases of international transportation who has handled importing and exporting shipments since 1948.
We have an opportunity for a proactive Accounts Payable Specialist to "hit the ground running" and assist by verifying and completing payable transactions. This person must have a very positive attitude, be a team player and possess the ability to prioritize while carrying out detailed tasks.
*Must have previous Accounts Payable experience (preferably in the Logistics/ Freight forwarding industry).
• Able to read, write, and speak English clearly.
• Must have ability to safely lift minimum of 25 lbs. without restrictions.
• Requires many hours of working in front of a computer for extended periods.
• Visual acuity (90% of day spent sitting in front of a computer).
• Requires ability to perform repetitive motions.
VERY COMPETITIVE BENEFITS:
Health, Dental, Vision, 401(k), Profit Sharing, & PTO to include company Paid Holidays
We are PathPoint looking for an individual for the position below.
To learn more about and what we do check out our website
Program Coordinator, Project SEARCH –
• Location: Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles Medical Center (Culver City)
• Schedule: 40 hrs/week, M-F 8am-5pm variable
• Starting Pay: $18.00/hour
SUMMARY: This position is responsible for the quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of assigned program(s), as well as support plan coordination within the program. The Program Coordinator manages the program in support of the policies, goals and objectives established by PathPoint.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Follows the Program Design and ensures compliance to regulatory agency requirements. Develops and reviews curriculum to ensure that activities, schedules and supports are meaningful. Assures high quality and consistency of program support services.
Completes all administrative reporting and follow-up necessary to ensure the financial viability of the services provided.
Determines work procedures, work schedules, and expedites workflow. Studies and standardizes procedures to improve efficiency of subordinates.
Provides support for assigned individuals. This includes presenting progress at staffing meetings and serving as a liaison between PathPoint, families and other agencies.
Participates in reviewing referrals for eligibility. Oversees intake and exit procedures, including individual assessments. Consults and coordinates with other programs as appropriate.
Establishes and maintains files for each individual. Completes and submits all documentation required for permanent files. Ensures authorizations are up-to-date. Completes and submits all documentation required for permanent files.
Is familiar with Person Centered Thinking and is able to use the tools associated with person centered thinking such as the 4-plus-one questions, important for and important to, and what makes sense/doesn’t make sense.
Assists individuals in establishing goals, expressing preferences, and resolving problems. Ensures individual’s rights are being observed. Advocates for individuals and reports suspected violations of rights or abuse.
Acts as a resource to staff with regard to handling individual concerns. Meets with individual DSPs to discuss and develop creative and proactive individual supports. Covers staff absences when necessary.
Organizes & delivers in-service training to staff.
Safety & Security:
• Reads, learns and knows the PathPoint Safety Handbook
• Promotes a safe and healthy work environment for self, individuals, other employees and community.
• Intervenes in crisis or emergency situations. Ensures the program is prepared for emergencies and disasters. Documents emergency preparedness and drills and monitors Individual progress.
• Maintains the facility in accordance to regulations that are applicable (e.g. Community Care Licensing, Regional Center, Fair Housing).
• Participates in monthly Safety Meetings.
Is responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of the Program. Directly supervises Direct Support Professionals and Interns. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
• LEADERSHIP: Displays passion and optimism; inspires respect and trust; sets a good example by demonstrating a strong work ethic; displays willingness to make decisions; exhibits sound and accurate judgment; identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner; is able to build morale and group commitments to goals and objectives; sets expectations and monitors delegated activities; supports everyone’s efforts to succeed.
• PROFESSIONALISM: Treats others with respect and consideration; reacts well under pressure; keeps commitments and accepts responsibility; responds to stakeholder requests; works with integrity and upholds PathPoint values.
• PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE: Assesses own strengths and weaknesses; measures self against the standard of excellence; pursues training and development opportunities; strives to continuously build knowledge and skills; shares expertise with others.
• CUSTOMER SATISFACTION: Provides opportunities for employer input; regularly solicits employer satisfaction; strives to improve satisfaction levels of clients and staff.
• COMMUNICATION: Speaks and writes clearly; listens to others; works to resolve conflicts and maintains confidentiality; writes clearly and informatively; edits work for spelling and grammar; varies writing style to meet needs.
• INDIVIDUAL-CENTERED FOCUS: Constantly assesses program services to assure that individual needs and goals are reflected in the activities; promotes an individual-centered culture among staff; remains clear regarding the role of staff in supporting individuals; makes decisions achieving a balance between individual need and employer need.
• FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: Works within approved budget; exercises appropriate cost control; is accountable for use of agency resources; balances mission with economic viability of the program and organization; understands how to make maximum use of allocated funds, enrollments, and other program resources.
• PLANNING/ORGANIZING: Prioritizes and plans work activities; uses time efficiently; plans for additional resources; sets goals and objectives; organizes or schedules other people and their tasks; develops realistic action plans and takes responsibility for implementing them.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor’s degree (BA/BS) in Psychology, Education or related field required; Master’s degree (MA/MS) preferred. Minimum of two years of experience working with persons with developmental disabilities and/or mental illness required. Previous supervisory experience preferred.
OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Ability to use, understand and create computer reports using Word, Excel and Outlook. Must be able to successfully complete First Aid/CPR, Core behavioral, and supervisor trainings, and other trainings as required. Must receive criminal record clearance through the DOJ. Must have a valid California Driver License and satisfactory DMV record. May require use of personal vehicle for work purposes.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, walk and stand. The employee must occasionally reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. The employee may occasionally be required to drive.
Come join our Move Happy Family!
Move Happy is a Relocation & Logistics Group that has several brands under its corporate umbrella. Our head office is based in North Hollywood California.
Objective: Support the Accounting department by performing full cycle accounts payable tasks. Ensure the accurate and timely processing of invoices, expense reports, and reconciliations.
• Support accounts payable processing, including submission of purchase orders, invoice matching, vendor payment approval, and vendor record maintenance.
• Accurately reconcile multiple bank accounts and credit cards.
• Communicate with vendors and clients to perform reconciliation and resolve discrepancies.
• Review and process all expense reports for accuracy and compliance with company policies and procedures.
• Prepare the full-cycle of accounts receivables, including issuance of invoices and maintenance of customer records.
• Conduct data entry, general ledger coding, spreadsheet updates, and generate reports as necessary.
• Process online payroll.
• Respond to employee inquiries related to payroll, paid time off, benefits, etc. as requested.
• Prepare and record journal entries.
• Preform administrative activities, including filing, faxing, and copying documents.
• Assist Staff Accountant with month end close process.
• Perform additional analyses and projects to support the Accounting department, as needed.
• Knowledge and Skills
• Proficiency with
• Familiarity with standard Accounting software applications
• Ability to quickly learn new software programs
• Familiarity with general ledger account codes
• Highly detail-oriented and organized
• Dependable, responsible, and reliable
• Ability to effectively prioritize and multi-task
• Excited about the opportunity to learn and grow with a great company
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• High proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
• Ability to pass a written Accounting Principles test
• Ability to operate a 10-key preferred
• Minimum 2 years experience, preferably in an accounting department at a mid-sized company
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $15.00 to $17.00 /hour
The Campaign for College Opportunity is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) broad-based, bipartisan coalition, including business, education and civil rights leaders, that is dedicated to ensuring the next generation of Californians has the opportunity to go to college and succeed. Our mission is focused on substantially increasing the number of Californians who attend and graduate from college. The Campaign maintains offices in Los Angeles, Sacramento, and Washington, D.C. This position will work onsite at our Downtown Los Angeles location. This is not a remote position.
The Campaign for College Opportunity is seeking an in-house Graphic Designer to conceptualize, design, and edit our research publications, infographics, event collateral, and other communications materials. Their work will be featured on our organization website, social media platforms, and in educational materials. They will be designing for various audiences including policymakers, college leaders, students, and community and business partners. This position is ideal for a highly motivated, meticulous individual who is confident and comfortable with working on a range of projects including 50-page publications, data and chart-heavy infographics, logos, t-shirts, social media graphics, banners, and event collateral.
Job duties include:
Successful candidates will:
Interested parties should submit a cover letter, resume, a sample infographic you’ve designed, and two additional samples of your design work that could include:
Email your cover letter, resume, and sample design work to Shae Collins, Senior Communications Associate, with “Graphic Design Candidate” in the subject line.
Job responsibilities basic automotive repair. Work experience automotive repair, tires, suspension, and vehicle/semi-trucks alignments. Must have valid Drivers licences.
8 years of alignments.
8 years of automotive repair.
8 years of suspension work.
Our affordable housing properties are in the skid row community of downtown Los Angeles. Provide intensive case management services to previously homeless clients/residents who present with such needs as health care issues, mental health matters, substance abuse issues, financial matters, social support concerns, HIV/AIDS, etc. Maintain assigned caseload and assess client/resident needs. Assist clients/residents in developing an appropriate Individual Action Plan aimed toward meeting their individual needs. Maintain and update all client/resident records and progress note all interactions.
Conduct follow-up activities necessary to assist clients/residents in the implementation and modification of their Individual Action Plans. Assist with linking clients/residents to SRO Housing programs and services as well as other community agencies and programs. Prepare reports for management.
Reporting to the Development Manager, the Development Associate will be responsible for supporting a variety of development activities, including donor relations and communications, event management, donor database maintenance and oversight, grant proposal and report writing, and related organizational activities. Self-motivation, flexibility, attention to detail, communication skills, and the ability to handle successfully competing priorities are essential to this position.
Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to
Departmental Support: Ensuring that the Development Department has the resources and supports it needs, including scheduling, records maintenance, interfacing with vendors, and coordinating with others within the organization.
Donor Database Oversight & Quality Control: Maintaining and managing the fundraising database (currently Salesforce) for the department, including quality control of data entry, producing gift acknowledgements, producing data reports, and ensuring that Development records align with those of the Finance Department.
Donor Relations & Special Events: Supporting donor relations and special events production.
Foundation Relations: Supporting foundation relations and assisting with grants management.
Organizational: Participate in organization-wide planning, development, and communication activities, as needed and ensure adherence to Advancement Project goals and policies within the project area.
Other duties as assigned, dependent on organizational needs and employee skills.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform satisfactorily each essential job function assigned. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Sincere and demonstrated commitment to advancing social, economic, and/or racial justice progress for the highest-need communities.
Bachelor’s degree required; equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential job duties may be considered.
Strong interpersonal, written, analytical and verbal communication skills.
Ability to work independently and with minimal supervision.
Demonstrated success in delivering high-quality work product on a consistent, reliable basis in a fast-paced work environment with ambitious goals.
Demonstrated success in multitasking and prioritizing multiple simultaneous projects
A demonstrated interest in the fundraising profession is required; employment and/or volunteer experience or academic preparation preferred
Demonstrated experience working with databases, preferably with those that track donors and/or customers.
Acute attention to detail with strong organizational, analytical, and planning skills
Excellent computer skills, proficient with MS Office applications.
Demonstrated ability to work in a professional manner with people of diverse backgrounds and promote a positive working environment and spirit of cooperation
Competitive compensation depending on experience. Includes full health, dental and retirement benefits.
Your cover letter and resume must arrive in a single PDF file with the position title and your name as the file name, separated by commas. For example Development Associate, Jorge Jimenez.pdf. Free PDF software is available online to create, edit, and merge PDFs; e.g., Sedja.
When sending your resume via email title your subject “Devo Associate Resume.”
Director of Human Resources, Finance and Administration
Women and people of color are strongly encouraged to apply.
Organizational Background: Four passionate Eastside activists who came together formed East LA Community Corporation (ELACC) in 1995. ELACC’s mission is to advocate for economic and social justice in Boyle Heights and Unincorporated East Los Angeles by building affordable housing, grassroots leadership, and access to economic development opportunities for low and moderate-income families. Over the 24-year history of ELACC, we have leveraged over $259 million in investments through community-driven real estate development, mobilized thousands of residents to change policies, served thousands of low-income residents with community wealth services, and we provide quality affordable homes for over 2,900 people.
About the Position: ELACC seeks an individual with strong leadership and collaborative skills that is also highly motivated and organized to manage the smooth operation of the financial functions at ELACC. The Chief Financial Officer is an individual with proven expertise in accounting and finance that will assist with investor relations, develop financial forecasts, manage the finance team, accounts receivable, accounts payable, fixed assets, debt management, cash management, financial reporting, and develop tools and systems to maintain critical financial information. The CFO will participate as a strategic partner to the Executive team, management team, and Board of Directors. They will model a culture that will attract and retain employees at all levels and consistently demonstrate good judgement.
The Chief Financial Officer is an ELACC team member that leads their core project and fulfills their responsibilities to the entire team by actively fundraising, supporting organization wide projects, participating in all staff planning sessions, and being part of achieving the organization mission and vision.
Duties and Responsibilities:
• Assume full responsibility for managing the organizations financial functions, including overseeing the accounting team, strategic planning, and producing timely and accurate financial reports to the executive team, management team, and Board of Directors.
• Develop, implement and maintain finance department policies, procedures and internal controls to ensure legal and regulatory compliance regarding all financial functions
• Supervise, train and mentor finance staff by providing the tools needed to become successful
• Manage direct reports performance by providing performance feedback and setting goals
• Set department goals and communicate to department staff and company
• Establish formal and structured budgeting process that engages all managers including developing, implementing, evaluating and managing all aspects of the annual budget
• Develop and lead financial strategy, goals and objectives for the organization
• Lead and manage cash flow planning to ensure availability of funds. Produce rolling forecast reports, 3-year cash flow projections, and performance indicators on cash
• Analyze affordable housing acquisitions and strategic investments. Assist in building financial models.
• Assist with investor relations. Be able to speak with authority on ELACCs business model and financial model to investors and funders
• Review all month-end closing activities, including general ledger analysis, balance sheet reconciliations, grant funding analysis, and overhead cost allocations. Oversee the preparation and distribution of month-end, quarter-end, and year-end financial statements.
• Oversee audits, tax filings, welfare tax exemptions, residual receipts, and corporate filings
• Oversee grant reporting and analysis – track and generate financial report for new funding applications, interim reports, and financials
• Oversee and process lobby reporting
• Develop and execute analysis of business models
• Engage with the management team on finance, audit, investments, challenges, recommendations, trends, and changes in operating model
• Engage the finance committee of the board of directors to develop short-, medium-, and long-term financial plans and projections
• Serve as a key point of contact for auditors. Manage the preparation of all audits
• Establish and implement recommendations to reduce debt leverage
Required Experience and Skills:
Candidates should hold the following qualifications and experience.
• Minimum 5 years' experience in a managerial finance position including public accounting experience
• Formal education in finance/accounting required; preferred CPA or MBA
• Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) is required
• Experience with accounting systems; Yardi and NetSuite preferred
• Direct experience in real estate development; preferably affordable housing
• Strong financial and analytical skills and relationship management skills
• Knowledge of real estate terminology and concepts preferred; basic knowledge of LIHTC a plus.
• 3+ years supervisory experience
• Must be highly motivated and possess strong written and oral communication skills
• Strong ability to multi-task, prioritize and work under pressure to meet multiple competing deadlines.
• Expected to demonstrate superior professional manner, professionalism in interpersonal relations, and work as an effective team member
• Genuine interest and passion for ELACC issues and priorities
• Proficiency in English; Proficiency in Spanish desirable
Compensation: Competitive salary based on qualifications and experience. This is a full-time exempt position with a competitive benefits package that includes health, dental, retirement, life and disability insurance.
The Dishwasher is responsible for cleaning and maintaining the kitchen and related facilities. This is a temporary, part-time position.
Emptying trash containers
Terms and Benefits
Part Time, temporary non-exempt position.
Paid sick time as specified by the City of Los Angeles Paid Sick Leave Law.
Project Angel Food is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from all sectors of the community.
FAMILY SERVICE COUNSELOR
FULL TIME CAREER
EXPERIENCE PREFERRED BUT NOT MANDATORY
Working with a local family owned Funeral Home in their pre-need department.
Call Bradley @ 805-383-2510 or e-mail
COME AND APPLY TODAY!!
• Performance Team Logistics in Santa Fe Springs is Hiring Forklift Operators & Loaders for all shifts; 1st, 2nd and 3rd Shift available!
GREAT OPPORTUNITY AND BENEFITS!!
• Possible Temp to Hire after 6 months working (must meet requirements)
• Must be in good standing; Must have good attendance, meet performance expectations and abide by all safety guidelines
FAST & EASY
• Come and Apply Now - No Appointment Needed - 30 min process
• Provide two forms of Identity and employment eligibility
MVP STAFFING - APPLICATION OFFICE (SAME AS JOB SITE)
• Hours: Must Apply in Person Tuesday through Thursday from 10am to 3pm
• Address: 12816 Shoemaker Ave, Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
• Direct Contacts:
• Xiomara Catalan: C. 872.222.3024
• Marielena Vargas: 562.551.0531
• Customer: Performance Team Logistics - Santa Fe Springs
• Job Location: Santa Fe Springs (Same as Job Application Office)
• Pay Rate for Loaders - $ 12.50
• Pay Rate for Forklift Operator - $13.50 - $14.50
• Employment Type: Full-Time
• Shift: All Shifts available
• Experience: Experience is required
• Off Loading trailers by hand
• Wrapping pallets if necessary
• Palletizing and re-stacking boxes
• Using a step stole when stacking boxes inside of trailers or pallets at a high level
• Sorting boxes when merchandise is mixed with different product
• Helping different departments when necessary
• Stacking wooden pallets
• Using a manual pallet jack
• Pass an evaluation forklift class (Video and test)
• Sit Down Forklift Propane, double length forks
• 6 months + of recent experience
• Able to operate all controls and functions on equipment smoothly
• Willing to work in other areas, when asked to help other departments (Non-driving)
• Work overtime and weekends
• Must be able to work 2nd shift or 3rd Shift
• Previous warehouse experience is a plus
Beverly Hills Posture is looking for a new team member.
The ideal candidate for the Office Assistant is a detail-oriented team player who will play an integral role: first point of contact for visitors at the office, greeting them in a polite and well-spoken manner as well as managing the schedule and day to day patient activities.
Act as first point of contact for visitors:
-Answer and direct phone calls
-Check patients in and out
-Incoming and outgoing e-mails
-Basic office tasks like scanning, filing, etc.
Start date is ASAP. Full-time Tuesday-Saturday, please only apply if you are available on these days.
College diploma and relevant work experience
Ability to maintain a positive attitude and be a team player
Excellent communication skills
Rock Paper Salon in Echo Park is looking for talented stylists to join our team!
We have commission and rent spots available!
We are also looking for a salon assistant!
Send your resume and IG handle
Or call 213-250-0900 for more information. Ask for Ashleigh or Kim
TOP DTLA STEAKHOUSE
NICK + STEF’s
Seeks Pantry Cook
Nick & Stef's Steakhouse offers contemporary high-design showcasing a menu combining steakhouse tradition and culinary flair. Indulge in the expanded dry-aged prime steak options and fresh-catch seafood selections, paired with a curated world-class wine list of over 500 labels and craft cocktails.
Adhering to the founding principles of Nick + Stef’s Steakhouse, the menu remains focused on celebrating top tier ingredients through modern-day steakhouse. Spoil your palate with USDA prime onsite 28-day dry-aged cuts including a Tomahawk Rib Chop or Prime Florentine T-Bone or, for a full experience, a Whole Roasted Suckling Pig, Dry-Aged Prime Rib, Whole Roasted Leg of Colorado Lamb or Loup de Mer. For individual dining, other new meat experiences include Black Angus Beef, imported and domestic Wagyu, along with a varied selection of grass-fed cuts. Burgers and sandwiches are also showcased during lunch service.
Minimum 1 year experience as a Pantry Cook / Garde Manger / Cold Kitchen Cook in a full service, fine dining, high volume restaurant
Culinary certificate or degree a plus; Knowledge of and experience with American cuisine a plus
Strong work ethic with a keen sense of urgency
Impeccable service standards and attention to detail
Clean work habits and personal grooming
Resourceful and well-organized
Personable, outgoing, energetic team player with a positive attitude
Openness & willingness to learn
Ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment
Ability to communicate effectively
Flexible availability including nights, weekends and holidays
Interested & Qualified individuals send resume
with PANTRY COOK in the SUBJECT line
Please do not attach your resume, instead paste your resume on the body of the email.
We are more than just an equal opportunity employer and enthusiastically celebrate the powerful and profound diversity of our team.
Hillside Memorial Park and Mortuary is currently seeking a Funeral Director to join their team in Los Angeles, California. The Funeral Director conducts multiple funeral and memorial services from set-up to completion. This includes setting up flowers, chapels, programs, music selections, caskets and waiting on family members, all to make services meaningful while providing a positive customer service experience. The Funeral Director also handles financial payments for balances due in addition to working closely with mortuary secretaries, chapel attendants, assistant funeral directors and counselors. A high level of customer service interaction is necessary with families, guests and rabbis. Additional responsibilities include but are not limited to keeping the mortuary stocked with materials as well as light housekeeping which includes, vacuuming, emptying trash cans, dusting and other tasks required to maintain a neat and orderly facility. A funeral director's license or the ability to obtain a funeral director's license is required. Additional requirements include:
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Strong ability to exercise sound judgment
• Strong ability to evaluate and appropriately address privacy and confidentiality
• Demonstrated ability to plan, organize, and prioritize multiple tasks
• Demonstrated ability to act with a high degree of initiative
• Ability to work independently as well as part of a team
• Strong problem-solving skills
• Strong accuracy and attention to detail skills
• Professional attitude, demeanor and presentation
• Proficiency in Windows, including Word and Excel
Above all, we are looking for someone who is able to address the needs of the families we serve in a compassionate and empathetic manner; while remaining consistent to our high standards and core values.
This position must be able to work Sunday through Friday from 8:00-4:30. This position is off Saturdays and an additional day off during the week. Friday and Saturday off once per month.
Hillside Memorial Park and Mortuary has been serving the Jewish community for more than 70 years. Hillside provides a means to honor and remember loved ones in beauty, tranquility and the comfort of Jewish traditions.
Hillside Memorial Park and Mortuary is an equal opportunity employer.