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Do you love to plan parties? Do you stay up late at night thinking about the perfect linens to use for an upcoming seated dinner? When you go to a friend’s house do you obsess about how to rearrange the furniture so the buffet will be more accessible? Do you have cookbooks on your coffee table that you pursue in your spare time, researching the foods for a perfect summer bbq?

If so, consider this unique opportunity to apply your creativity, planning skills and love of food. Left Coast Catering is looking for a dynamic, focused, and energetic catering sales manager who will be able to convert leads into ongoing business. This individual will be an essential member of our sales team, helping Left Coast meet the increased demand for individual and corporate catering events.

Owned and operated by Top Chef contestant Laurine Wickett, Left Coast has stayed true to its commitment to fresh, exquisitely prepared food and superior service by following a simple formula: fresh, quality ingredients prepared by creative and talented chefs, served by personable and professional staff. If this sounds like an exciting opportunity: selling events; directly managing your own clients; working with a seasoned team; and bringing your creativity to every detail, and you meet our requirements (below), please email your resume, including "catering sales manager" in the subject line.

If you are the perfect team member to laugh, grow, and collaborate with us you will need to meet the following criteria:


  1. 1 year catering sales or event planning experience

  2. Excellent communication and writing skills

  3. Exceptional customer service skills

  4. Attention to details and organizational skills

  5. Ability to multitask and stay focused

  6. Food, beverage and event knowledge and trends

  7. Scheduling flexibility and ability to go on site to the events (weekdays, evenings and weekends)

Responsibilities:


  1. Answer the phone and take inbound inquiries

  2. Plan small scale events, including full service, delivery, and “hybrid” events

  3. Schedule staff in Quickstaff

  4. Special office tasks, placing equipment orders, special projects, etc.

Benefits include:


  1. Compensation based on experience

  2. Quarterly bonus

  3. Medical insurance

  4. Simple IRA plan

  5. Free lunch – delicious staff meals

  6. Holiday’s off

  7. Paid vacation

Additional requirements:


  1. Reliable transportation

  2. Ability to stand for more than 4 hours

  3. Lift 25# on occasion

  4. Climb stairs

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $55k-65k/year + opportunity for another 10-15k commission bonus

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Larkin Street provides youth between the ages of 12 and 24 with the help they need to rebuild their lives. Each year, more than 3,000 youth walk through our doors seeking help. We give them a place where they can feel safe; rebuild their sense of self-respect, trust, and hope; learn school, life and job skills; and find the confidence to build a future.

We raise the bar by redefining success from securing independent housing to achieving a permanent pathway out of poverty. We have established bold goals for the youth in our services:

• Living-wage employment

• Two years of post-secondary education

• Safe and stable housing

• Physical and emotional well-being

POSITION TITLE: Employee Relations Manager

REPORTS TO: Chief of Talent

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITY: The employee relations manager is responsible for managing a range of activities related to employee/labor relations and staffing functions.


SUPERVISES: 1-3


EXEMPT STATUS: Exempt

UNION STATUS: Non-union

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:


  • This position manages the benefits, recruitment and scheduling positions within the department and is responsible for the performance management and hiring of the employees within the department.

  • Directs and coordinates preparation of position descriptions, ensures FLSA classification compliance and oversees job evaluations.

  • Administers and interprets various labor agreements, administers grievance procedures, and provides labor relations support during contract negotiations.

  • Acts as a liaison between department managers and union representatives.

  • Provides advice and counsel to managers and supervisors regarding personnel practices, policy and employment laws.

  • Administers unemployment insurance processes, reviews liability reports, monitors program costs and recommends policy changes to the Chief of Talent.

  • Directs the development of staffing strategies.

  • Develops and builds hiring processes for a variety of levels from temporary staffing to executive placement.

  • Develops, streamlines and enhances staffing systems, tracking reporting and analysis.

  • Leads sourcing and recruiting initiatives and processes to leverage networking and employee referrals.

  • Knowledge and proficient interpretation of Title VII and other regulations pertaining to guidelines set forth by the EEOC.

  • Knowledge and proficient interpretation of ADA, ADEA, Affirmative Action, COBRA, ERISA, FLSA, FMLA, HIPAA and other employment-related legislation.

  • Knowledge and proficient interpretation and filing of Form 5500 and EEO-1 Reporting.

  • Ensures compliance with all state and federal discrimination and employment regulations.

OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


  • Maintain professional standards of performance, demeanor and appearance at all times.

  • Perform tasks and responsibilities in a complete and timely manner, complying with agency policies and standards and conforming to the requirements of this job description.

  • Maintain a creative, team-building, cooperative approach to job performance and seek to bring a constructive, problem-solving orientation to all tasks.

  • Maintain an awareness of the agency’s mission and work to promote the positive individual and social change goals it embodies.

  • Exercise discretion and professional judgment at all times keeping with the responsibilities carried personally and by the agency for the care and welfare of staff and to the youth in which we serve.

  • Actively strive to upgrade professional skills through engaging in appropriate professional training and experience.

  • Maintaining the strictest of confidentiality.

  • Ability to work with a diverse staff and excel in a multi-cultural environment.

  • Other duties as assigned

PHYSICAL & LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS:


  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Outlook)

  • Ability to speak in front of large groups of individuals

  • Ability to multi-task and efficiently manage priority action items

  • Requires ability to lift, transfer, push/pull, maneuver, and reposition 25 lbs.

  • Ability to reach, bend and walk.

  • Finger manipulation.

  • Ability to comprehend complex materials.

  • Ability to speak and write English clearly and accurately.

EDUCATION:


  • Bachelor’s in Human Resources or related field or equivalent level of experience, training and education.

  • 3-5 years of progressive HR experience at a management or senior administrative level with emphasis on employee/labor relations

  • Extensive knowledge of state and federal employment laws and governmental compliance requirements.

  • Experience in providing employment support, and benefits assistance to staff.

  • Experience in working in a multi-cultural, diverse environment.

  • PHR Certification or SHRM Class Completion desirable.

BACKGROUND & EXPERIENCE:


  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Outlook).

  • SharePoint and Paylocity experience preferred.

  • Ability to speak in front of large groups of individuals.

  • Ability to multi-task and efficiently manage priority action items.

  • Excellent Customer Service skills.

  • Passion for our agency’s mission in maintaining a positive, upbeat attitude.

  • Exceptional organizational skills with reliability and consistency in work performance.

  • Flexibility with a team player mentality.

  • Ability to work with minimal to moderate supervision.

  • An focus on good judgment with a proactive approach to problem-solving .

  • Ability to maintain a professional demeanor with great interpersonal and communication skills .

  • Desire to be engaged with employees with regards to Human Resources practices.

  • Ability to learn quickly and integrate efficiently.

  • Strict enforcement of confidentiality within Human Resources.

Larkin Street reserves the right to revise job descriptions or work hours as required.

Larkin Street is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Would you like to spend your summer preparing healthy and delicious food?

Are you a college student on break who would like to get paid for learning to cook? Are you a server who has wanted to try cooking? Are you a cook who needs a creative challenge? Do you believe children deserve delicious, healthy food, not the cafeteria norm? We do! If you do, we'd love to hear from you.

Be ready for:

*Fresh, healthy and creative food preparation and service

*June-early August, all or a part

*options of morning/afternoon or evenings or weekends

*8-40 hrs p/week, depends on position

*Cooperative, friendly kitchen environment: all participate in food prep, dishwashing, maintenance & recycling

*Salary dependent on experience

*Berkeley location

 

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Leadership Public Schools is seeking a Government/Econ and AP Gov Teacher at our Richmond Campus for the upcoming 19-20 school year.  

 

LPS values the role teachers play in supporting student achievement and personal development. Our teachers value collaboration, celebrate diversity in perspective and background, take risks, and show flexibility to continuously improve instruction and student learning. 

 

We are seeking teachers who believe:


  • all students can learn at high levels

  • all students deserve an education that prepares them for college, career and community leadership

  • schools play a vital role in promoting social justice and disrupting patterns of inequity

We are seeking teachers who have demonstrated:


  • a commitment to working with the communities we serve

  • academic expertise and an enthusiasm to work with young people

  • reflection and growth after struggle, failure and/or feedback

  • powerful collaboration within a team

Applicants should be prepared to learn about or lead on:


  • creating culturally responsive classrooms that develop a sense of belonging for all students

  • providing access to rigorous learning that leads to results for all learners

  • utilizing of data to refine curricula and inform instruction

  • leveraging technology to drive student achievement

  • contributing to student development and leadership outside of the classroom

 

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS:


  • B.A., or B.S required; Master’s Degree desirable

  • Two or more years teaching experience, particularly in a school serving low-income students and students of color

  • Appropriate CA Teaching credential with EL authorization (strongly preferred)

  • Commitment to achieving equitable educational outcomes with strong cultural competency and cross-cultural communication skills

  • Deep content knowledge and enthusiasm for Spanish within and beyond the classroom

  • Experience using assessment and data to refine curricula and inform instruction

  • Evidence of professional reflection and collaboration

  • Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills

  • Able to leverage educational technology including the Google Suite

  • Willingness to participate in shared leadership and student support beyond the classroom

  • Comfort working in a charter environment that includes ongoing iteration and flexible roles

 

POSITION:

This is a full-time position of 190 days including 8 days of professional development. There are seven optional additional instructional collaboration/ professional development days and many opportunities for stipended curriculum work and teacher leadership.  

 

APPLY DIRECTLY :

https://leadershippublicschools.applytojob.com/apply/WTjypDdezL/GovernmentEcon-And-AP-Gov-Teacher-LPS-Richmond?source=localwise

 

 

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COMPENSATION: DOE + Full Benefits

PROGRAM: Housing Solutions, San Francisco, CA

REPORTS TO: Housing Solutions Assistant Director

WORK SCHEDULE: Monday-Friday, 9:00am – 5:30pm

STATUS: Full-Time

CLASSIFICATION: Exempt

DRIVING REQUIRED: Yes – Valid CADL and satisfactory driving record required

Hamilton Families

Our mission is to end family homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area. Established in 1985, Hamilton Families is San Francisco's leading service provider to homeless families, with carefully designed programs to prevent homelessness, provide shelter and stability, return families to permanent housing and support the well-being of children experiencing homelessness. We currently operate these programs across four sites in San Francisco and Oakland. For more information, visit www.hamiltonfamilies.org.

Program and Position Overview

The Housing Solutions program assists families to secure permanent housing through housing search assistance, move-in financial assistance, eviction prevention and medium-term shallow rent subsidies, and home-based case management.

The Housing Connections Coordinator for the Intake & Assessment department provides general oversight to the department and ensures that all referrals are assessed in a timely manner for the homelessness prevention and rental subsidy programs. The Coordinator approves families for the program, ensures that all releases and documentation is complete and accurate, and when necessary meets with families to explain program decisions. The Coordinator facilitates exit planning meetings with other HF programs and serves as primary liaison to Coordinated Entry Access Points as well as other community partners.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities


  • In coordination with the Program Director, oversee and ensure the on-going development and daily operation of the Intake & Assessment Department. Assist in the creation and implementation of new and innovative programming and support services to meet the ongoing and emerging needs of families who are homeless and at-risk of homelessness. Work closely with Program Director on various organizational activities and special projects.

  • Directly supervise Intake Specialists and Homelessness Prevention Specialists staff. Supervision includes, but is not limited to, conducting regular supervision meetings; maintaining and submitting employee records; conducting performance reviews; ensuring staff are accountable for meeting minimum performance goals; mentoring and coaching case management staff.

  • Lead recruitment, hiring and training efforts of services staff within the department, in a manner consistent with HF personnel policies and procedures. Develop and conduct new-hire and ongoing training for housing connections staff based on program needs.

  • Carry a caseload of families as necessary.

  • Oversee the design of individual assessments and service plans, ensuring they are consistent with organizational and programmatic objectives and goals.

  • In collaboration with Intake Team managers, streamline Intake & Assessment processes to reduce redundancy and improvement participant experiences.

  • Provide appropriate solutions to challenging participant/service issues and simultaneously provide the logic to staff so that they can learn from the situation and handle similar situations appropriately in the future.

  • Maintain positive participant relations. Develop a work environment focused on customer service, diversity, respect and dignity. Provide staff with leadership and guidance directed at providing the participants with a positive experience.

  • Produce and submit reports and information documenting services and progress towards service objectives and goals. Conduct database and participant hard file audits, providing quality assurance oversight. Ensure the program maintains accurate records, files, correspondence and data collection and responds to inquiries and requests for information.

  • Facilitate regular department and program coordination meetings. Attend other program, organizational and outside community meetings as assigned. Represent and act as a liaison for the program to funders, other community organizations, volunteers, and donors as needed.

  • Assist in developing ongoing expertise in delivering culturally competent services to a diverse population. Maintain and promote the cooperative, harmonious, teamwork environment HF strives to foster within the workplace.

  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications, Skills and Abilities


  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in social work, psychology, a public health field, and/or in a management field such as public, or non-profit administration.

  • A minimum of one year in a management and supervisory position in a human services setting; demonstrated ability to exercise appropriate authority and sound judgment when needed.

  • Two years of professional experience in the human services or related field, or in a role that reflects an ability to manage complex projects and supervision in a fast-paced, collaborative environment; demonstrated ability to exercise appropriate authority and sound judgment when needed.

  • Must possess the ability to manage multiple projects with demanding deadlines, superior organizational abilities, and the demonstrated ability to maintain a quality work place in a fast paced and changing environment; ability to plan and implement innovative programs.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills; proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel, etc.).

  • Consistent approach to upholding program and personnel policies and procedures and to support staff in doing so as the organization scales.

  • Ability to coordinate, implement, assist in, supervise and evaluate program activities and diverse staff.

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of individuals and groups and provide supervision of staff in a compassionate and innovative way.

  • Familiarity with the principles, practices and techniques of local, state, and federal contract management; contract negotiation, monitoring and evaluation; and supervision.

  • Knowledge of Trauma-Informed Care and Harm Reduction philosophies in working with homeless and at-risk populations.

  • Previous experience working with homeless populations and families is preferred. Knowledge of housing and community resources in the Bay Area is a plus.

  • Highly organized; ability to work independently and as an effective and collaborative member of a team.

  • Able to make regular entries, run reports and maintain a CRM client database.

  • Good meeting facilitation skills.

  • Bilingual English/Spanish language capacity desired

  • A valid CADL, clean driving record, and proof of insurance; able and willing to travel locally as needed.

  • Essential job functions include using a telephone, working at a standard computer terminal; ability to follow reasonable ergonomic accommodations; sit and stand for long intervals; reach, bend, lift, and carry up to 40 pounds depending on position; and walk up and down stairs several times a day.

  • Criminal background check, fingerprint imaging, TB (Tuberculosis) clearance, and documentation required post offer.

Compensation and Benefits

Hamilton Families offers a competitive wage and benefits package that includes employer-paid major medical and dental coverage, life and disability insurance, an employer-contributed retirement plan, and generous paid vacation, sick, and holiday leave.

Application Procedure


  • Please click the blue “APPLY” button above or below to submit an application and attach your résumé and a letter of interest.

  • Include position title in the subject header of your email.

  • No faxes or phone calls.

Hamilton Families is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

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ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW

Mission: Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) provides affordable housing and services for low-income people in the Tenderloin and throughout San Francisco, to promote equitable access to opportunity and resources.

Established in 1981, TNDC has grown to employ more than 400 staff, to develop, own, manage and provide supportive services in 41 properties that offer deeply affordable housing for nearly 4,700 tenants, and to expand its work in community organizing and afterschool programming. TNDC is viewed as a trusted and well-organized community ally locally and a practice leader nationally. In San Francisco, TNDC envisions diverse communities where people with low incomes can fulfill their potential and meet their basic needs. In the Tenderloin, TNDC stands as a catalyst for advancing community interests and a force for expanding the choices that enhance livability, such as housing, employment, education, food, cultural activities, and open spaces.

TNDC values are: Integrity, Excellence, Diversity, Collaboration and Equity

SUMMARY

Under the direct supervision of the Assistant Manager or the General Manager, the Desk Clerk is responsible for screening visitors, and monitoring activities at the front desk of TNDC properties. The desk clerk is responsible for assisting building management with maintaining the site safety as well as providing ongoing administrative support.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES


  • Screen all visitors to confirm that they are the authorized guests of building residents.

  • Ensure visitors are escorted by tenants at all times.

  • Respond to emergencies as needed.

  • Maintain complete and accurate confidential Building Log.

  • Fill out incident reports as necessary.

  • Report violations of the House Rules and Regulations and rules of conduct outlined in the Rental Agreement.

  • Take part in all online and in person trainings that are required for job function; this includes job specific trainings and companywide training.

  • Oversee front entry and lobby to ensure cleanliness and security; performs minor janitorial duties as needed.

  • Provide administrative support for Assistant Manager by opening and time stamping mail and invoices, preparing check requests, preparing recertification packets and filing.

  • Answer phones and operate intercom system as needed.

  • Provide information to tenants, visitors, and applicants concerning Housing.

  • Other duties as assigned.

VALUES


  • TNDC expects all employees to embody the organization’s values, which are as follows:

  • Integrity: We strive for candor, respect and honesty. We seek to stand as a model of ethical behavior.

  • Excellence: We continue to push ourselves to improve and produce high quality work.

  • Diversity: We treat all people with respect and believe that different experiences and perspectives add value.

  • Collaboration: We enhance our impact by working together and with others. We create partnerships, solicit and respond to input, and share our knowledge.

  • Equity: We strive for economic and social justice for all people, especially those with limited power and resources.

REQUIRED SKILLS

Knowledge and skills:


  • Ability to work tactfully and under stress.

  • Ability to achieve competency in Microsoft Office Suite specifically Word, Excel and Outlook.

  • Ability to read, write and communicate in English.

  • Ability to follow directions and work independently.

  • Willingness to be on-call, with access to a phone.

  • Good judgment and common sense, ability to successfully resolve conflicts.

  • Honesty and dependability.

  • Ability to work with, and to be sensitive to a diverse multi-cultural low-income population.

  • Ability to resolve conflict in a professional manner. Ability to maintain confidentiality and to exercise discretion concerning residents’ issues.

Physical Requirements:


  • Ability to coordinate eyes, hands and fingers in performing duties which include typing, writing, reading and similar tasks.

  • Ability to exert physical effort involving moving around buildings, climbing stairs, moving from one area to another or standing/sitting for periods of time.

  • Visual acuity necessary to inspect buildings and review documents.

  • Hearing acuity sufficient to use telephone and communicate with residents and staff.

Environmental Adaptability:


  • Ability to work in an office environment and in and outside a variety of residential buildings as needed.

  • Ability to work tactfully and under stress.

Mathematical Ability:


  • Ability to do basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, as needed per job duties.

Judgment and Situational Reasoning Ability:


  • Ability to use independent judgment in non-routine situations, such as dealing with a disturbance.

  • Good judgment and common sense, ability to successfully resolve conflicts.

Language and Communication Ability:


  • Ability to communicate effectively with coworkers, staff at all levels and residents, both verbally and in writing.

  • Ability to understand changes in policy, methods, operations, etc. as they apply to the desk clerk position.

  • Ability to read, write and communicate in English.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS


  • High School Diploma or GED.

  • Good organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS


  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.

  • Experience working in an affordable housing environment.

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SUMMARY

Under the direct supervision of the General Manager, the Assistant Manager is responsible for assisting the General Manager in the overall operation of the property, day to day implementation of policies, procedures and programs that ensure a well-managed, well-maintained building; maintains acceptable occupancy level and develops a supportive environment for all residents. The Assistant Manager must also establish and maintain effective working relationships with on-site support services staff and must relate well to people, exercise good judgment and discretion in dealing with residents, visitors, vendors, support services and staff. In the absence of the General Manager, the Assistant Manager is required to provide leadership in developing a community and in directing the staff.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES


  • Assist the General Manager in maintaining property wait list and process applications in conformance with compliance regulations which includes screening, interviewing and processing applicants to fill building vacancies.

  • Assist the General Manager with the marketing of vacant units in accordance with an approved marketing plan which considers all federal, state, local and regulatory requirements.

  • Meet regularly with tenant services staff with General Manager.

  • Work collaboratively with building social worker to organize resident celebrations and events.

  • Attend and participate in professional activities, meetings, organizations, regulatory agency meetings or inspections, as needed.Assist in submitting required internal and external reports.

Assist in managing tenant relations:


  • Ensure efficient and courteous response to all tenant requests.

  • Respond promptly to tenant complaints and incident reports.

  • Maintain congenial relationships with all tenants.

  • Provide competent conflict resolution.

  • Understand and is sensitive to cultural background, economic status and those with special needs.

  • Assist in ensuring consistent application of property rules and regulations, lease and lease addendums, and document and report all violations.

Assist in ensuring security of the building:


  • Respond promptly to building emergencies and resident crises.

  • Report any unusual or extraordinary circumstances regarding the residents or the property.

Prepare resident re-certifications by:


  • Interviewing residents.

  • Obtaining appropriate documentation and completing certification and submitting to General Manager for initial approval.

  • Manage resident evictions and stipulations in compliance with court order as directed by General Manager.

  • Assist in resident move-in/move-out procedures and unit inspections.

Collect rent and account for monies collected:


  • Prepare bank deposits.

  • Ensure timely collection of subsidy and tenant receivables.

  • Submits vacancy loss reimbursements.

  • Enter payments into OneSite monitor tenant receivables.

Directly supervise desk clerks including:


  • Recruiting and hiring for vacant desk clerk positions.

  • Approving timesheets.

  • Preparation of employee evaluations and recommendations for discipline or promotions.

  • Monitor building expenditures and prepare payables for approval by General Building Manager.

Manage the day-to-day administration of the property office:


  • Ensure the office is clean, professional and in a well-organized manner.

  • Answer telephones.

  • Sort, distribute, open and answer mail daily.

  • Responsible for the inventory and order necessary administrative supplies and equipment

  • Maintain files, records, rental agreements and other documents.

  • Schedule maintenance repairs, generate and file completed work orders and follow-ups, as appropriate.

  • Maintain a businesslike and professional appearance.

  • Be available by cell phone at all times for emergencies.

  • Assist the General Manager with special projects and administrative tasks.

  • Other duties as assigned.

REQUIRED SKILLS


  • Ability to work with, and sensitivity to, a diverse, low-income, multi-ethnic population.

  • Ability to work independently and exercise own judgment in problem-solving.

  • Effective verbal and written communication skills.

  • Ability to respond appropriately in pressure situations; possess an even temperament and strong interpersonal and people skills.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS


  • Associate degree, certificate of completion from a trade school and/or one or more years of related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience.

  • Experience working with conflict resolution, crisis intervention and resident relations.

  • Demonstrated knowledge on Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel and Outlook are essential. OneSite Software knowledge a plus.

  • Have combination of skills that demonstrate familiarity with the general management of subsidized housing programs.

  • Knowledge of substance abuse and homelessness issues.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS


  • Prior experience with nonprofit residential property management.

  • Tax Credit Specialist, Certified Occupancy Specialist designations and/or equivalents is a plus.

  • Second language ability.

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Chop Bar seeks line cooks. Candidates should be reliable and willing to make a minimum 3 month commitment. Experience is helpful but we’re willing to train. $16-19 per hour plus medical benefits and PTO.

Chop Bar does all our butchery, charcuterie, and fermentation in house. We use local and seasonal ingredients and purveyors whenever possible.

Candidates are expected to meet our high standards concerning cleanliness, organization, and food safety at all times.

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COMPENSATION $24.00/hr + $1.50 Bilingual Premium+ Full Benefits

PROGRAM Heading Home Initiative

San Francisco, CA

REPORTS TO Housing Stability Coordinator

WORK SCHEDULE Monday – Friday: 9:00am-5:30 pm

STATUS Full-Time

CLASSIFICATION Non-exempt

UNION REPRESENTATION YES – OPEIU, Local 29; initial fee + monthly dues

BILINGUAL SKILLS Spanish required

DRIVING REQUIRED YES – Valid CADL and satisfactory driving record required

Hamilton Families

Our mission is to end family homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area. Established in 1985, Hamilton Families is San Francisco's leading service provider to homeless families, with carefully designed programs to prevent homelessness, provide shelter and stability, return families to permanent housing and support the well-being of children experiencing homelessness. We currently operate these programs across six sites in San Francisco and Oakland. For more information, visit www.hamiltonfamilies.org

Program and Position Overview

Over the last 30+ years, Hamilton Families has become one of the most recognized leaders addressing the rising homelessness challenges in the U.S. With 1 in 30 students in the San Francisco Unified School District experiencing homelessness, Hamilton Families (HF) is leading the City’s efforts to end family homelessness and beginning to develop a regional strategy. Using data to drive our efforts, we focus on impact and long-term solutions to tackle this seemingly intractable problem. We are implementing a plan to significantly reduce family homelessness in San Francisco by 2020, and in recent years have partnered with organizations such as the Giants, Google, Salesforce, Twitter, Airbnb, government officials and the wider Bay Area community.

The Heading Home Initiative is a Hamilton Families (HF) effort to significantly reduce family homelessness. The program assists families in securing permanent housing through housing search assistance, move-in financial assistance, eviction prevention, medium-term rent subsidies, and home-based case management to help families move towards self-sufficiency.

The Heading Home Initiative will provide at least 450 Heading Home families with Rapid Re-housing services by 2020 that are augmented with new services and systems that reflect best practices oriented around long-term stability. These best practices will be generated by research insights and iterative program design. The goal is to develop a blueprint that can be used nationally for Rapid Rehousing that helps families achieve long-term stability outcomes.

As a Housing Orientation Specialist, you will do the critical work of helping families finalize their new housing, connect with resources in their new communities and understand key aspects of their leases. The Housing Orientation Specialist works closely with the Real Estate team, the Housing Stability team and the Housing Solutions department on program design and evaluation.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

● Provide light-touch case management for families experiencing homelessness and moving into new communities

● Provide families with real-time feedback on goal setting and budget guidance

● Provide families with basic knowledge of common lease terms and penalties associated with lease violations

● Assess participants for strengths and barriers which may include employment, education, mental and behavioral health

● Maintain accurate and precise documentation of meetings and conversations with families, including participant files and entries into participant databases

● Coordinate with the Housing Solutions department, the Real Estate team and the Housing Stability accuracy and feedback of the experiences of families

● Work closely with Housing Stability Coordinator on program implementation and restructuring, if applicable

● Promote values of self-sufficiency and empowerment throughout work with participants. Aid in the development of resource materials specific to neighborhoods/cities/counties where the families reside

● Bilingual case management positions require providing all services described above to a caseload of participants who are predominantly monolingual in Spanish; sharing verbal and written program and other information as needed; translating verbal and written materials, community meetings, workshops, events, and other information verbally and/or in writing as needed

● Other duties as assigned

Qualifications, Skills and Abilities

● Bilingual proficiency in English/Spanish required, as demonstrated through agency proficiency exam

● A minimum of 3 years of experience in a relevant profession OR a Bachelor's degree in social work, psychology, or related field from an accredited college or university

● Experience with program design and implementation a plus

● Experience with housing and/or rental subsidy programs a plus

● Experience working with extremely low -income families, youth, survivors of domestic violence, populations impacted by substance abuse, mental illness, and HIV/AIDS and other diverse communities; documenting participant services in paper files and online databases; and conducting outreach and presentations a plus.

● Familiarity with and commitment to principles and practices of housing first, participant-centered care, harm reduction, and safeguarding participant confidentiality a plus.

● Knowledge of community resources for families with very low incomes in the Bay Area, and knowledge and experience with housing laws a plus.

● Excellent organizational skills and able to self-motivate; able to work under pressure, address multiple priorities and meet deadlines with a positive attitude and problem-solving approach.

● Excellent written and verbal communication skills; proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel, etc.).

● Essential functions of the position may require use of a telephone, working at a standard computer terminal, and the ability to follow reasonable ergonomic recommendations, sit for long periods, stand, reach, bend, lift, and carry up to 40 pounds, and driving.

● Criminal background check, fingerprint imaging, and tuberculosis (TB) clearance required post-offer.

● Valid CADL and DMV report; able and willing to travel up to 50% of the time as required – personal form of transportation is not required.

Compensation and Benefits

Hamilton Families (HF) offers excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage, plus tax-advantaged Flexible Spending Arrangements for Health Care and Dependent Care. Employees also have the chance to earn up to $180 per calendar year for participating in various wellness activities and can participate in partnership discounts with various YMCA and 24-Hour Fitness locations. Additionally, HF offers tax-deductible commuter benefits that can be applied to public transit, parking, and ride sharing services like Lyft Line and Uber pool.

The work at HF is designed for individuals to follow their passions and commitment to community. HF takes professional development seriously and offers coaching and training opportunities at every level. A role with the Stability team is great for an individual who is interested in exploring community based nonprofit work, social work, or mental health disciplines. We also offer a $1,000 tuition reimbursement to employees each year (after 12 months of employment) and offer dozens of internal and external trainings for staff at every level annually.

HF employees enjoy generous benefits including 11 paid holidays, 3 weeks of vacation and 2 weeks of sick time per year.

HF offers an employer-matched 403(b) retirement plan, tuition reimbursement, and other great long-term benefits!

Application Procedure

• To apply, please click the blue "APPLY" button above or below.

• Please attach your resume and a brief letter of interest.

• No faxes or phone calls.

• Hamilton Families is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

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  Community Works West established the One Family Program in September 2008, as an initiative led by Community Works in collaboration with the San Francisco Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership (SFCIPP) and the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department. One Family offers parent/child contact visits to every eligible parent incarcerated in San Francisco County Jails. The primary goal of One Family is to provide meaningful, frequent, and consistent opportunities for children to remain connected to their parents during a stressful time. Subsequent goals of the program are to: identify the number of incarcerated parents impacted by the San Francisco Justice system; reduce the trauma to children associated with separation due to parental incarceration; address the structural and cultural barriers that limit family reintegration for parents who are incarcerated; and to connect with other community based organizations to provide the most comprehensive services for families both in-custody and in the community for parents, caregivers and children.   

In order to achieve the primary goal, the One Family Program provides high quality, family focused services to parents. The program consists of four main components: Parent-Child Contact Visits, Parent Education, Family Transition Circles and Therapeutic Support for parents and their families.   One Family seeks a full-time Lead Clinician who will be responsible for managing the One Family in-custody services at San Francisco County Jail #5.   

 

Support service delivery to clients:


  • Receive, track and assign action requests from clients requesting individual therapy, parenting class and parent-child visits

  • Provide Parent Education to groups and individuals

  • Facilitate Parent-Child Contact Visits (includes setting up visit room, checking visit logistics, supporting families before and after visits)

  • Provide therapeutic support to families who are receiving Parent-Child Contact Visits 

  • Develop a therapeutic relationship and alliance with families and professional relationships with outside agencies and community

Programmatic responsibilities: 


  • Represent One Family program at weekly SFSD Programs Meetings

  • Meet with facility supervisors when necessary

  • Manage and train One Family interns and new employee

  • Document and track status of Parent-Child Visit applications

  • Provide quality assurance of services by reading case notes, observing classes and reporting back to Program Manager

  • Work collaboratively with social workers, Public Defenders, and private attorneys to produce clear and concise appeals for Parent-Child Visits, when appropriate

General One Family Responsibilities:


  • Keep detailed client notes and clinical assessments

  • Participate in weekly individual and group supervision

  • Produce administrative paperwork (time sheets, monthly reports) on time

  • Facilitate parenting class for absent One Family staff as needed Qualifications and Skills  


  • Must be able to obtain jail clearance


  • Must have reliable transportation

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work or      Marriage and Family Counseling (Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or Psychology will be considered with relevant job experience).

  • Experience working with families impacted by incarceration, substance/alcohol abuse issues, and/or domestic violence

  • Experience with case management

  • Knowledge of resources for incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people in San Francisco

  • Ability to work effectively with individuals and groups from various racial and economic backgrounds

  • Proven track record to thrive in high-stress environments

  • One Family strongly encourages the formerly incarcerated, children of incarcerated parents and those intimately affected by the criminal justice system to apply

 


  • Tuesday – Saturday

Community Works is an equal opportunity employer committed to maintaining a culturally diverse work environment that reflects the make-up of the communities we serve. People with diverse personal experiences are urged to apply, especially people of color, bi-lingual English-Spanish speakers, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals, women, and those that have been formerly incarcerated or impacted by incarceration.   Application instructions: Please submit a resume and cover letter describing your interest in and experience for this position.  

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ARISE High School3301 East 12th St | Oakland, CA | 94601 www.arisehighschool.org ph: 510-436-5487

ARISE High School is hiring a

ARISE High School opened its doors in 2006 with the mission to prepare students from low income families to be the first in their families to attend college.  Inspired by Oakland’s rich activist history, ARISE strives to engage our school community in reinvesting their knowledge, wisdom, and resources back into our Oakland home. It is not enough for us to simply prepare students for college without also emphasizing the importance of their presence, work, and leadership here in East Oakland. At ARISE we nurture, train, and discipline our school community to engage in a continuous practice of developing mind, heart, and body towards a vision where we actively rise up. Agency and self-determination drive our struggle to improve our own material and social conditions towards a more healthy, equitable, and just society. Our students are immersed in a challenging college-prep curriculum that emphasizes knowledge of self, critical consciousness, and performance assessment. The curriculum is enacted in the context of a highly personalized and supportive environment, which provides wrap-around services through our socio-emotional counselors, college advisor, and advisory system. We are thrilled that 90% of our graduating seniors are accepted to a 4-year college! Please take an opportunity to learn more at . ARISE High School is looking for a Student Intervention and Support Coordinator who is committed to preparing historically underserved students of color to achieve our mission to empower ourselves with the skills, knowledge, and agency to become highly educated, humanizing, critically conscious, intellectual, and reflective leaders in our community.The Student Intervention and Support Coordinator will be a member of the Adelante Team, which consists of a Mental Health Clinician, Academic Intervention Specialists, Pathway Student Intervention and Support Assistant, Parent Coordinator, College and Career Coordinator, and the Dean of School Culture. Adelante is a Spanish adverb that means movement and is commonly used to express two ideas: “salir adelante” and “sacar adelante.” These two sayings encourage the development of self and overcoming of obstacles. They are often used to push a person’s development. As such, we believe that the task of evolution of self and overcoming of challenges is vital to the pulse of our community. In order for ALL students to be able to meet the high expectations that ARISE High School holds, a thorough system of support is critical. While our entire school is designed in such a way as to make the educational experience highly personalized, attentive, and responsive, Adelante Student Support Services is both structure and philosophy at ARISE to provide intensive support towards helping students move forward. While there are systems and programs that exist within the Adelante canopy, Adelante itself cannot be reduced to a process or policy. As such, Adelante works within the whole school community to create the conditions, procedures, and resources to support struggling students academically & socio-emotionally.Job Duties: The Student Intervention and Support Coordinator will be responsible for working with the Dean of School Culture in all Levels of Student Support including: Tier 1 Mental Health and Wellness, student discipline issues, School Culture Initiatives and After School Support.

Job Description: The Student Intervention and Support Coordinator is responsible for:* Supporting a positive, joyous, and restorative School Culture at ARISE


  • Participate in Team hooks and support hooks initiatives

  • Support with implementation of Restorative Praxis and facilitate Restorative Processes as needed

  • Support implementation of PBIS school wide

* Supporting Adelante services


  • Monitor, update, and coordinate services for all Adelante Requests for Student Support

  • Screen students who have been referred through Adelante

  • Coordinate Adelante (COST) meetings

  • Coordinate SST/COSA meetings for students having academic and/or behavioral challenges

  • Develop and track student individual academic and behavior plans, in collaboration with teachers/advisors for students having academic challenges, without IEPs or 504s

  • Serve as point person to address Lower level Mental/Behavioral/Emotional Health needs (non-ERMHS)

  • Collaborate with Family Coordinator to support students and families as needed

  • Support the development of community relationships for Tier 1 & 2 students

  • Support teaching teams in developing Student Success Plans during student talk

* Support SEC team


  • Supporting improved attendance through participation in the student engagement committee 

* Develop and Manage Project Engage


  • Maintain a caseload of 10-15 10th-12th grade students with high level of academic risk (excluding students with IEPs)

  • Provide case management and linkage services to support academic success through connection to academic interventions and extracurricular activities 

  • Maintain and track data regarding interventions and outcomes 

  • Support with after school tutoring and/or additional academic support 

Qualifications for Applicants:• 3+ years experience working in schools in East Oakland or working in similar communities in urban education setting serving low-income students of color• Restorative Justice training and/or experience • B.A. or B.S. required, ASW/MFT preferred • Bilingual in Spanish preferred• Skilled multi-tasker, clear communicator• Work effectively with multidisciplinary team

Time Commitment:This is a 40/hr a week salaried position, Monday through Friday. Professional development is included in that time provided through weekly student-free hours, coaching for all staff, and paid content specific off-site PD.

NOTE: Work schedule will vary based on student and school needs. Must be available for some after school hours and/or weekends.

To Apply:Interested candidates should submit the following via email to :• Resume.• Cover Letter - Including a description of your philosophy of student support and how it addresses student success and ARISE’s mission and vision.• Three references who can speak to your professional experience.

Application submission screening and initial phone interviews will be completed on a rolling basis.  In-person interviews will take place on-site.  Compensation


  • Competitive, with excellent benefits package.

ARISE High School is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity at all levels.  People of color are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Description


  • Diagnose/troubleshoot HVAC/R equipment

  • building comfort, energy efficiency, and related problems

  • Present options and pricing to customers

  • Complete approved repairs/improvements in a timely manner

  • Collect payment


 

Hours & Working Conditions


  • Average 40 hours per week (typically 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays)

  • Overtime as required

  • On call over weekends as required

  • May work outside, in crawlspaces, and attics

  • Brazing, soldering, and welding required

  • Work with sheet metal and sharp objects

  • Lifting and physical exertion required

 

Duties and Responsibilities


  • Troubleshoot HVAC equipment, building comfort, energy efficiency, and related problems

  • Present findings and options to customers, providing advise as needed/requested

  • Complete approved repairs, improvements, or installations within industry standard hours per repair pricing guide

  • Clean equipment/work area

  • Ensure complete customer satisfaction upon completion of work

  • Complete all paperwork required by management. Collect for work performed

  • Maintain truck inventory

  • Keep assigned service vehicle organized and clean

  • Contact the office following the completion of each call, providing requested information regarding the work completed, and receiving dispatch instructions for the next call

  • Provide customers with information and pricing on service agreements, accessories, and other comfort improvements

  • Perform equipment installations if needed

  • Perform maintenance work if needed

  • Identify and suggest opportunities for quality and cost improvements

 

Job Requirements


  • EPA Universal Certification

  • Ability to lift and carry up to 50 lbs.

  • Valid drivers license

  • Clean driving and criminal records as required by state laws for home service companies and by company insurance carrier(s)

  • Ability to troubleshoot and provide repairs at the service technician level

  • Two or more years of experience as an HVAC installation, maintenance, or service technician

  • Ability to follow controls/wiring schematic

  • Ability to braze/solder/weld 

  • Standard technician tools

  • Neat, clean, professional appearance

 

Salary and Benefits


  • Hourly Salary of $25-$40/Hour

  • 40 hour Week, plus OT as necessary

  • Stable Work Environment-36 Years in Business with no layoffs

  • Weekly Service Meeting and Offsite Training when Available

  • Paid Holidays

  • Sick Days

  • Paid Vacation

  • Sales related Spiffs and Bonuses

  • Kaiser Health Insurance-100% paid for employee

  • Dental and Vision Insurance-100% paid for employee

  • 401K Match up to 4% after 1 year

  • Profit Sharing for eligible employees

  • Company sponsored lunches when goals are met

  • Awards and Employee Appreciation Dinner

  • Profit inspired Bonus, equal to 4 weeks of salary

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The day begins like most days, grabbing a bite to eat (if you’re a morning foodie person), checking your weekly schedule on your mobile device (we like both Android and iOS!), and then stopping by the Zesty office to pick up supplies and food for your scheduled delivery.

Post-shift, come on back to the Zesty HQ and hang out with other fellow Captains. Grab a bite to eat and even take some food home for later or your family - it’s all on us! Heck, we even pay for parking. If it’s a Wednesday, you can be on the lookout for a direct deposit to your favorite bank and get paid.

Job Requirements


  • Must be 18 or older.


  • Must have a vehicle (trucks are only acceptable if they have a bed cover or shell) with driver's insurance under your name, a valid driver's license, car registration and a clean driving record.


  • Must be willing to obtain a food handler card.


  • Be available for at least two lunch shifts from Monday to Friday.


  • Use an iPhone or Android phone.


Benefits


  • Minimum shift is only 2.5-3 hours


  • Reimbursed mileage + daily cell phone stipend + paid parking.


  • Flexible work days (you choose!)

- Access to free food, drinks, and music in our Captain lounge!

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SUMMARY

Under the general direction of the Support Services Manager, the Social Worker/Site Supervisor is responsible for assisting residents living in TNDC properties with housing stabilization & retention by providing counseling and support services, community outreach, advocacy,

information, and referrals to existing off-site providers. The Social Worker/Site Supervisor is also responsible for the supervision of off-site and on site Social Workers.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES

· Provide culturally inclusive support service programs for assigned tenants.

· Provide supervision to on-site and/or off-site Social Work staff.

· Hire, orient and train new supervisees.

· Manage a caseload of assigned tenants.

· Assertively and regularly outreach to all assigned tenants, including home visits.

· Identify tenants in need of services and maintain awareness of tenant’s overall health status, including but not limited to specific medical, mental health, and substance use needs.

· Complete comprehensive intakes and needs assessments with assigned tenants.

· Assist assigned tenants to identify their goals and establish individualized service plans towards their goals.

· Promote tenants’ long-term independent living by addressing needs related to aging in place.

· Provide assigned tenants with culturally appropriate case management and supportive counseling.

· Provide housing stabilization, retention, and eviction prevention services.

· Collaborate with Property Management regarding tenants’ housing stabilization, retention, and eviction prevention.

· Assist assigned tenants with crisis intervention and conflict resolution.

· Provide tenants with information and referrals to off-site service providers.

· Assist tenants to develop positive exit plans when appropriate and provide tenants with up to 30-days of after-care.

· Organize and facilitate community activities including but not limited to: produce drops, cultural celebrations, holiday celebrations, and informational workshops.

· Collaborate with Property Management and Health & Wellness Coordinators in community events.

· Serve as liaison/advocate for tenants with Property Management and off-site service providers.

· Attend weekly meetings with assigned Property Management staff.

· Attend on-site monthly Tenant Meetings facilitated by Property Management.

· Attend off-site community meetings as assigned.

· Attend all other regularly scheduled meetings.

· Develop new resources and relationships with outside service providers.

· Comply with all mandated reporting requirements, including Adult Protective Services & Child Protective Services.

· Complete semi-annual HUD service reports and assist staff with the reports.

· Maintain accurate and up-to-date service documentation, including those in CIRCE electronic database as well as hard-copy tenant files.

· Carry a work cell phone and respond promptly to phone calls. Provide 24/7 emergency response by phone in the event of big emergencies.

· Other duties as assigned

REQUIRED SKILLS

· Knowledge of and sensitivity to issues of homelessness

· Knowledge of physical and mental health in older adults

· Knowledge of Trauma-Informed Care approaches

· Knowledge of substance abuse and mental health issues

· Strong crisis intervention skills

· Willingness and ability to practice the principles of cultural humility

· Capacity to work with culturally diverse, low-income populations

· Strong analytical skills

· Ability to handle a variety of tasks simultaneously

· Initiative and creativity

· Computer proficiency: Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.

· Ability to maintain strict confidentiality

· Strong leadership skills

· Attention to details

· Ability to work as a member of a multi-disciplinary service team

· Strong advocacy skills

· Strong problem-solving skills

· Strong communication skills

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

· Bi-lingual: Cantonese and English; Ability to speak, read, and write/type Chinese

· Master’s Degree in Social Work or a related field

· Two years of experience working with very low-income people in a social service setting

· Two years of experience working with seniors

· One year of experience providing supervision to staff

· Knowledge of issues related to aging in place

· Knowledge of current resources and service/benefits programs in San Francisco and the Greater Bay Area

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

· Experience in working within a Harm Reduction Model

· Experience in working in a Permanent Supportive Housing setting

· Experience in providing housing stabilization, housing retention, and eviction prevention services

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PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITY:

The primary responsibilities for the Program Manager of Larkin Street Academy are to oversee employment and education services including workforce development, post-secondary enrollment, and underage education and employment programming at Larkin Street Youth Services. The Program Manager of LSA supervises the day-to-day operations of the employment and teams and initiatives, the college success team, and the GED program, as well as providing leadership, guidance, and supervision to staff. The Program Manager of LSA oversees the development and implementation of training curriculum for program staff. In addition, the Program Manager of LSA maintains and expands relationships with non-profit service providers, employers, and key community partners to increase employment, education, and training opportunities for youth. Some key responsibilities include: ensuring integration of education and employment services into Larkin Street’s continuum of services, managing, monitoring and reporting on public and private grants and contracts, and oversight of program budgets.

SUPERVISES: 3

EXEMPT STATUS: Exempt

UNION STATUS: Non-union

REPORTS TO: Director of Larkin Street Academy

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:


  • Oversee all aspects of Larkin Street Academy’s education programs, the College Success team, the GED programs, supervising the assistant managers and staff of each program, including day to day operations, hiring and training.

  • Collaborate with partners at City College of San Francisco.

  • Provide monthly statistics and complete contract and grant reports, maintain current knowledge of contract/grant goals and status of all.

  • Participate in interviewing process for Larkin Street Youth Services.

  • Supervise record keeping for programs the role oversees.

  • Assist staff to develop curriculum in all areas skills, job readiness, job development and retention, college success and career planning, and independent living skills.

  • Follow labor market trends, generate job leads and broker creative employment/internship opportunities.

  • Provide professional and community resources.

  • Provide weekly supervision meetings for staff and managers in department.

  • Participate in all management meetings, weekly staff meetings, and all other relevant or required agency or contract/community/grant partner meetings.

  • Participate in agency planning activities.

  • Facilitate and encourage high cross-coordination and collaboration with LSA and Engagement programming.

  • Develop positive staff morale.

  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor.

OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:.

Candidates applying for this position will possess:


  • Extreme passion for our agency’s mission in maintaining a positive, upbeat attitude.

  • Exceptional organizational skills with reliability and consistency in work performance

  • Flexibility with a team player mentality.

  • Ability to work with minimal to moderate supervision.

  • An extreme focus on good judgment with a proactive approach to problem-solving.

  • Ability to maintain a professional demeanor with great interpersonal and communication skills.

  • Ability to multi-task with the capability to learn quickly and integrate efficiently.

PHYSICAL & LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS:


  • Bilingual in English/Spanish preferred.

EDUCATION:


  • BA Degree in Education, Social Work, or other related field required.

  • At least three years of management and supervisory experience preferred.

  • Minimum three years of experience in workforce development, and/or supported vocational services required.

  • One year of previous experience working with homeless, at-risk, and runaway youth preferred.

  • Must also have ability to work with high-risk youth and with diverse staff, clients, and volunteers.

BACKGROUND & EXPERIENCE:


  • Maintain professional standards of performance, demeanor and appearance at all times.

  • Perform tasks and responsibilities in a complete and timely manner, complying with agency policies and standards and conforming to the requirements of this job description.

  • Maintain a creative, team-building, cooperative approach to job performance and seek to bring a constructive, problem-solving orientation to all tasks.

  • Maintain an awareness of the agency’s mission and work to promote the positive individual and social change goals it embodies.

  • Exercise discretion and professional judgment at all times keeping with the responsibilities carried personally and by the agency for the care and welfare of staff and to the youth in which we serve.

  • Actively strive to upgrade professional skills through engaging in appropriate professional training and experience.

  • Maintaining the strictest of confidentiality.

  • Ability to work with a diverse staff and excel in a multi-cultural environment.

Larkin Street reserves the right to revise job descriptions or work hours as required.

Larkin Street is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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The Eureka! Teen Achievement Program is an intensive five-year program serving girls in grades 8 – 12, designed to build girls’ confidence and skills, prepare them for college success, and foster their career interest in science, math, and technology. During the intensive summer program at Cal State University – East Bay, girls in the first two years of Eureka! Attend daily classes in Innovating with STEM (Science Technology, Engineering and Math) as), sports, swimming, sisterhood, and health and sexuality. The program is enhanced by weekly outdoor educational field trips and special events. Girls in the final 3 years of the program gain valuable career experience by participating in three-day-a week internships at businesses, non-profits, and government agencies throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. During their internship summers girls participate in workshops on developing job skills, exploring non-traditional careers, finalizing their college lists and working on their personal statements. Girls also attend college tours and participate in outdoor educational field trips. The Eureka! Swim instructors is a positive, fun, and active facilitator that is willing to challenge girls to take positive risks and develop their skills in swimming.

DATES/HOURS:  Training/Planning: 6/10-6/14 - 30 hours/week as scheduled  Program Dates: 6/17-7/12 - 30 hours/week during the hours of 8am/8:30am-3pm/4:30pm  Program Wrap-up: 7/15 - as scheduled

Major Duties and Responsibilities

A Eureka! Swim Program Leaders work together to teach and plan a four-week, swim curriculum for the 8th and 9th grade girls at Cal State East Bay Pool. The goal of the swim classes is to create a safe space where girls will be able to explore swimming at different levels from beginner swimmers to advance swimmers. Instructor collaborates closely with the Eureka! Staff team, mentors a Eureka! Intern, and participates in planning and implementing Eureka! Special events.

Specific duties are as follows:

 Prep and teach four weeks of swim classes for first and second-year Eurekans.

 Facilitate mediations and support staff with behavior management policies.

 Participate in Eureka! Program staff training and program preparation activities

 Create a safe, respectful youth development-learning environment

 Facilitate independence, conflict resolution, and positive risk-taking in girls

 Work closely with Achieve Coordinator and Assistant to track participants’ progress and attendance

 Maintain organization of classroom and communal supplies and paperwork

 Effectively utilize prep time to prepare for activities and classroom observation

 Work collaboratively with, supervise, and mentor a teen intern

 Supervise Eureka! participants during breakfast, lunch periods and swimming classes as necessary

 Attend and contribute to daily staff meetings

 Attend, supervise, manage and lead youth groups on weekly field trips

 Assist in planning and implementing activities for Eureka! “Special Events” including: Field Trips; Eurekathon, Celebration, Eureka! Evaluation

 Supervise girls at Cal State East Bay and field trips including behavior management, exercising safety protocols, attendance, and encouraging girls to learn and take risks

 Assist with Eureka! Clean Up, and Eureka! Evaluation

 Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

 Experience with swim coaching, swim instruction or competitive swimming

 Current CPR/AED Certification

 Current First Aid Certification

 Enthusiasm and excitement for working with rising 8th and 9th grade girls

 Ability to manage small to mid-size groups of teen girls in a safe, respectful environment.

 Ability to conduct mediations and follow behavior management protocol.

 Understanding of a youth development model

 Knowledge of and commitment to girl-centered programs

 Excellent verbal and written communication skills necessary to work with youth and co-workers.

 High level of cultural awareness with experience working with youth representing diverse cultures, ethnicities, languages, and abilities.

 Bilingual Spanish/English highly desirable, but not essential

 Demonstrated ability to be professional, creative, innovative, and flexible

 Ability to lift 50 lbs.

 Instructor must be available to work all dates of the program

 Instructor must be available to work all dates of the program

DESIRED KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS

 Bilingual Spanish/English or another language reflective of the diverse East Bay community

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ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW

Mission: Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) provides affordable housing and services for low-income people in the Tenderloin and throughout San Francisco, to promote equitable access to opportunity and resources.

Established in 1981, TNDC has grown to employ more than 400 staff, to develop, own, manage and provide supportive services in 41 properties that offer deeply affordable housing for nearly 4,700 tenants, and to expand its work in community organizing and afterschool programming. TNDC is viewed as a trusted and well-organized community ally locally and a practice leader nationally. In San Francisco, TNDC envisions diverse communities where people with low incomes can fulfill their potential and meet their basic needs. In the Tenderloin, TNDC stands as a catalyst for advancing community interests and a force for expanding the choices that enhance livability, such as housing, employment, education, food, cultural activities, and open spaces.

TNDC values are: Integrity, Excellence, Diversity, Collaboration and Equity

SUMMARY

Under the direct supervision of the Assistant Manager or the General Manager, the Desk Clerk is responsible for screening visitors, and monitoring activities at the front desk of TNDC properties. The desk clerk is responsible for assisting building management with maintaining the site safety as well as providing ongoing administrative support.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES


  • Screen all visitors to confirm that they are the authorized guests of building residents.

  • Ensure visitors are escorted by tenants at all times.

  • Respond to emergencies as needed.

  • Maintain complete and accurate confidential Building Log.

  • Fill out incident reports as necessary.

  • Report violations of the House Rules and Regulations and rules of conduct outlined in the Rental Agreement.

  • Take part in all online and in person trainings that are required for job function; this includes job specific trainings and companywide training.

  • Oversee front entry and lobby to ensure cleanliness and security; performs minor janitorial duties as needed.

  • Provide administrative support for Assistant Manager by opening and time stamping mail and invoices, preparing check requests, preparing recertification packets and filing.

  • Answer phones and operate intercom system as needed.

  • Provide information to tenants, visitors, and applicants concerning Housing.

  • Other duties as assigned.

VALUES


  • TNDC expects all employees to embody the organization’s values, which are as follows:

  • Integrity: We strive for candor, respect and honesty. We seek to stand as a model of ethical behavior.

  • Excellence: We continue to push ourselves to improve and produce high quality work.

  • Diversity: We treat all people with respect and believe that different experiences and perspectives add value.

  • Collaboration: We enhance our impact by working together and with others. We create partnerships, solicit and respond to input, and share our knowledge.

  • Equity: We strive for economic and social justice for all people, especially those with limited power and resources.

REQUIRED SKILLS

Knowledge and skills:


  • Ability to work tactfully and under stress.

  • Ability to achieve competency in Microsoft Office Suite specifically Word, Excel and Outlook.

  • Ability to read, write and communicate in English.

  • Ability to follow directions and work independently.

  • Willingness to be on-call, with access to a phone.

  • Good judgment and common sense, ability to successfully resolve conflicts.

  • Honesty and dependability.

  • Ability to work with, and to be sensitive to a diverse multi-cultural low-income population.

  • Ability to resolve conflict in a professional manner. Ability to maintain confidentiality and to exercise discretion concerning residents’ issues.

Physical Requirements:


  • Ability to coordinate eyes, hands and fingers in performing duties which include typing, writing, reading and similar tasks.

  • Ability to exert physical effort involving moving around buildings, climbing stairs, moving from one area to another or standing/sitting for periods of time.

  • Visual acuity necessary to inspect buildings and review documents.

  • Hearing acuity sufficient to use telephone and communicate with residents and staff.

Environmental Adaptability:


  • Ability to work in an office environment and in and outside a variety of residential buildings as needed.

  • Ability to work tactfully and under stress.

Mathematical Ability:


  • Ability to do basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, as needed per job duties.

Judgment and Situational Reasoning Ability:


  • Ability to use independent judgment in non-routine situations, such as dealing with a disturbance.

  • Good judgment and common sense, ability to successfully resolve conflicts.

Language and Communication Ability:


  • Ability to communicate effectively with coworkers, staff at all levels and residents, both verbally and in writing.

  • Ability to understand changes in policy, methods, operations, etc. as they apply to the desk clerk position.

  • Ability to read, write and communicate in English.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS


  • High School Diploma or GED.

  • Good organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS


  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.

  • Experience working in an affordable housing environment.

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Mission: Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) provides affordable housing and services for low-income people in the Tenderloin and throughout San Francisco, to promote equitable access to opportunity and resources.

Established in 1981, TNDC has grown to employ more than 400 staff, to develop, own, manage and provide supportive services in 41 properties that offer deeply affordable housing for nearly 4,700 tenants, and to expand its work in community organizing and afterschool programming. TNDC is viewed as a trusted and well-organized community ally locally and a practice leader nationally. In San Francisco, TNDC envisions diverse communities where people with low incomes can fulfill their potential and meet their basic needs. TNDC stands as a catalyst for advancing community interests and a force for expanding the choices that enhance livability, such as housing, employment, education, food, cultural activities, and open spaces.

TNDC values are: Integrity, Excellence, Diversity, Collaboration and Equity

Healthy Corner Store Coalition (HCSC) Project Goals

The work of the HCSC is to: 1) Train, educate, and empower resident leaders in the Bayview-Hunters Point community to advocate for food justice in their community, and 2) To improve the overall community environment by investing in and changing some of the OMI’s (Oceanview, Merced, Ingleside’s) unhealthiest elements, corner liquor stores, into vital community resources.

Food Justice Leader Description

Food Justice Leaders (FJLs) lead the groundwork for creating healthy and sustainable food systems in the OMI. They achieve this through advocacy and transforming the retail environment to meet the specific needs of the neighborhood. Partnering with corner stores, residents, local government and community-based organizations, FJLs work to increase access to nutritious foods in corner stores, build awareness among residents of food justice issues and advocate for food security in under-resourced communities. FJLs are responsible for conducting community outreach, store promotion, implementation of store redesign and maintaining redesigned corner stores in the OMI.


  • Attend all assigned shifts, monthly planning meetings, and trainings.

  • Work with Program Supervisor, OMI residents Coalition, and staff to plan and implement Coalition activities such as: store redesigns, outreach events, and other events related to community food access.

  • Food Justice Leaders will receive training on such topics as: health/nutrition as it relates to a retail environment, product purchasing and

    merchandising, and an overall knowledge of the retail environment of a corner store in the OMI.

  • Develop and maintain relationships with Coalition members and other OMI community members, storeowners, merchants, city officials, and organizations.

  • Represent and share the work of food justice and healthy retail in the OMI at community events, city hearings, and relevant meetings.

  • Work as a peer educator to engage community members, individually and through public speaking, to educate and inform them about our work and healthy lifestyles choices.

  • Collect information and feedback from residents to inform our work.

  • Collaborate with Tenderloin and Bayview-Hunters Point Food Justice Leaders as required.

  • Strong commitment to improving access to healthy, fresh and affordable food in the OMI .

  • Ability to work with diverse communities in the OMI.

  • Ability to work professionally & respectfully with residents, city officials and staff.

  • Ability to be on time and consistent in attending scheduled meetings and events.

  • Demonstrated leadership, organizational and communication skills, reading, writing, comprehension, and simple mathematics skills.

  • Must be able to lift 25 pounds.

· Resident of the OMI neighborhood and must be at least 18 years of age


  • Commitment of at least one year to the project

  • Bilingual in Spanish, Arabic, or Tagalog strongly preferred as well as Cantonese, Vietnamese

  • Familiarity with food justice, public health, popular health education

  • Familiarity with computer systems including Internet, Email, and Microsoft Office

  • Experience with grassroots organizing

This job description is not a written or implied contract of employment. This job description may be modified as the need arises.

Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

In compliance with the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance (August 13, 2014), all qualified applicants with criminal histories will be considered for the position.

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We are looking for an amazing dental hygienist to join our fun team. Our goal is that you will wake up in the morning and look forward to coming into work. We create a fun and relaxing team atmosphere in our office.   

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Under the direct supervision of the General Manager, the Assistant Manager is responsible for assisting the General Manager in the overall operation of the property, day to day implementation of policies, procedures and programs that ensure a well-managed, well-maintained building; maintains acceptable occupancy level and develops a supportive environment for all residents. The Assistant Manager must also establish and maintain effective working relationships with on-site support services staff and must relate well to people, exercise good judgment and discretion in dealing with residents, visitors, vendors, support services and staff. In the absence of the General Manager, the Assistant Manager is required to provide leadership in developing a community and in directing the staff.


  • Assist the General Manager in maintaining property wait list and process applications in conformance with compliance regulations which includes screening, interviewing and processing applicants to fill building vacancies.

  • Assist the General Manager with the marketing of vacant units in accordance with an approved marketing plan which considers all federal, state, local and regulatory requirements.Meet regularly with tenant services staff with General Manager.

  • Work collaboratively with building social worker to organize resident celebrations and events.

  • Attend and participate in professional activities, meetings, organizations, regulatory agency meetings or inspections, as needed.

  • Assist in submitting required internal and external reports.

Assist in managing tenant relations:


  • Ensure efficient and courteous response to all tenant requests.

  • Respond promptly to tenant complaints and incident reports.

  • Maintain congenial relationships with all tenants.

  • Provide competent conflict resolution.

  • Understand and is sensitive to cultural background, economic status and those with special needs.

  • Assist in ensuring consistent application of property rules and regulations, lease and lease addendums, and document and report all violations.

Assist in ensuring security of the building:


  • Respond promptly to building emergencies and resident crises.

  • Report any unusual or extraordinary circumstances regarding the residents or the property.

Prepare resident re-certifications by:


  • Interviewing residents.

  • Obtaining appropriate documentation and completing certification and submitting to General Manager for initial approval.

  • Manage resident evictions and stipulations in compliance with court order as directed by General Manager.

  • Assist in resident move-in/move-out procedures and unit inspections.

Collect rent and account for monies collected:


  • Prepare bank deposits.

  • Ensure timely collection of subsidy and tenant receivables.

  • Submits vacancy loss reimbursements.

  • Enter payments into OneSite monitor tenant receivables.

Directly supervise desk clerks including:


  • Recruiting and hiring for vacant desk clerk positions.

  • Approving timesheets.

  • Preparation of employee evaluations and recommendations for discipline or promotions.

  • Monitor building expenditures and prepare payables for approval by General Building Manager.

Manage the day-to-day administration of the property office:


  • Ensure the office is clean, professional and in a well-organized manner.

  • Answer telephones.

  • Sort, distribute, open and answer mail daily.

  • Responsible for the inventory and order necessary administrative supplies and equipment.

  • Maintain files, records, rental agreements and other documents.

  • Schedule maintenance repairs, generate and file completed work orders and follow-ups, as appropriate.

  • Maintain a businesslike and professional appearance.

  • Be available by cell phone at all times for emergencies.

  • Assist the General Manager with special projects and administrative tasks.

  • Other duties as assigned.

  • Ability to work with, and sensitivity to, a diverse, low-income, multi-ethnic population.

  • Ability to work independently and exercise own judgment in problem-solving.

  • Effective verbal and written communication skills.

  • Ability to respond appropriately in pressure situations; possess an even temperament and strong interpersonal and people skills.

  • Associate degree, certificate of completion from a trade school and/or one or more years of related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience.

  • Experience working with conflict resolution, crisis intervention and resident relations.

  • Demonstrated knowledge on Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel and Outlook are essential. OneSite Software knowledge a plus.

  • Have combination of skills that demonstrate familiarity with the general management of subsidized housing programs.

  • Knowledge of substance abuse and homelessness issues.

  • Prior experience with nonprofit residential property management.

  • Tax Credit Specialist, Certified Occupancy Specialist designations and/or equivalents is a plus.

  • Second language ability.

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The successful candidate will have a demonstrated proficiency in all areas of our ARISE Instructional Core: warm demander classroom management, literacy strategies, culturally relevant teaching, rigorous instruction, standards-based teaching, and project-based learning. Additional qualifications for teachers include:


  • Hold a valid California Teaching Credential

  • Be able to work from and build upon an established curriculum, scope, and sequence

  • Experience with differentiation in curriculum and instruction to support emerging skill sets of students, especially English Language Learners

  • Committed to further developing the skills and examining the ideologies associated with the criteria

  • Growth mindset

  • Commitment to equity and serving the students, families, and community of ARISE

 Preferred Qualifications for Teachers


  • Experience in individual and collaborative curriculum development 

  • Experience with trauma informed classroom and restorative justice

  • Two years of credentialed teaching experience in an urban setting 

  • Advanced degree in subject-matter content or education

  • Familiarity working with Common Core standards

  • Experience with assessments for and of learning ( standards based grading)

  • Experience with gradual release direct instruction (i.e. “I do - We do - You do” or 5-part lesson plan and inquiry based instruction)

Teacher Job Responsibilities & Expectations:


  • Teach five sections of a course/courses within your discipline 

  • Attend and participate fully in weekly Professional Development and weekly or bi-weekly coaching meetings with an instructional coach (all teachers at ARISE have a dedicated instructional coach).

  • Participate in professional development opportunities to develop skills and expand scope of curricular and instructional knowledge and understanding (including school-wide professional development retreats, critical inquiry group participation, opportunities with school partners, and outside individual professional development)

  • Provide regular feedback to students about their progress, including completing quarterly progress reports and updating the online grade book weekly

  • Participate in weekly “Academic Familia” grade level meetings to problem solve student issues and build out collaborative, cross-curricular projects

  • Develop project-based “Rigorous Summative Assessments” in alignment with our

  • Collaborate with teachers/peers and our Adelante Student Support team to provide a consistent academic support system for all students

  • Participate in peer observations with other teachers to heighten the effectiveness and experience of our community of teachers as learners

  • Commitment to aligning course content with our Public and Community Health Pathway

  • Provide academic support outside of class to our students (e.g. tutoring, mentoring, homework assistance, including one afternoon each week assisting with required study hall hours) at least twice per week.  

  • Contribute to teaching a two-week beyond the classroom course during our Post Session, which runs for the final two weeks of the school year

  • Attend and support additional beyond the classroom activities including Advisory retreats, College Tours, Days of Service, Student-led conferences, and Exhibition nights)

English Teacher Specific Qualifications


  • Experience with writing and reading models such as 6+1 Traits of Writing (Culham & Chin, 2003), Reading as Thinking (Harvey & Goudvis, 2000), and Literature Circles (Daniels, 2002)

  • Experience with language acquisition and literacy development using different genres

  • Experience with scaffolding reading and writing from smaller discrete steps to more complex skills

  • Experience with teaching literature as part of thematic, unit based, and/or project-oriented learning

  • Experience with academic discourse and student talk structures 

  • Experience with teaching different genres of literature as well as Literature Analysis writing using multi-faceted frameworks (e.g. 5-levels of analysis by Camangian (2013); Critical encounters by Appleman (2009))

  • Interest and expertise in co-building a Humanities department that cultivates knowledge of self, critical consciousness, codes of power, literacy, and reading the word and the world.

Responsibilities as Advisors:


  • Provide academic, socio-emotional, personal guidance, and support to a grade-level homogenous Advisory class of 15-22 students, including support towards fulfilling graduation requirements (e.g. Defenses, community programs, cultural immersion, etc.)

  • Exemplify and reinforce the ARISE Vision, Mission, and Core Values in and beyond Advisory

  • Collaborate with students, parents/guardians and other teachers to address the academic and social needs of advisees; provide consistent follow-up with/for students, parents/guardians and teachers in the role of Advisor

  • Facilitate the maintenance of student portfolios

  • Hold a focused independent reading time space 3x per week

  • Coordinate bi-annual student-led conferences

  • Conduct home visits to meet with advisees and their families

  • Acts as the “first responder” if advisees have issues in other classrooms for which those teachers need support

Teacher Leaders:We at ARISE are excited to bring on experienced teacher leaders to help realize our ARISE Mission and Vision.  We encourage teachers to participate in leadership roles in school development and are provided a stipend for doing so.  Such duties include: operations, and/or administration, internship coordinator, technology coordinator, data coordinator, advisory coordinator, Academic Familia lead, etc.

Employment Details and Selection Process:All teacher candidates are asked to submit the following via email to jobs@arisehighschool.org


  1. a cover letter that includes how the candidate might be a good fit with ARISE

  2. a resume

  3. three references

  4. a sample lesson plan 

  5. a sample unit plan 

After an initial document and phone screening, potential candidates will be asked to do the following:


  1. INTERVIEW:  An interview by a panel of students, parents, and staff

  2. DEMONSTRATION LESSON:  Candidates will be asked to do a demonstration lesson with some of our students.

  3. LESSON DEBRIEF:  Candidates will participate in a lesson debrief in order for ARISE to assess for teacher coachability.

  4. TEACHING PORTFOLIO:  A portfolio brought to the interview that includes:


    • Resume, lesson(s) plans, curriculum plans or unit plans, sample of student work (multiple levels recommended), letter of recommendation from parent and/or student, letter of recommendation from a colleague or supervisor

    • Additional artifacts may include rubrics, classroom handouts, articles written Salary and Schedule




  • Competitive, with health, sick, and pension benefits

  • Stipends available for leadership responsibilities, advanced degrees, Spanish fluency

  • Employment runs from August 1st - June 30th. On-site work is estimated to begin to the first week of August

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PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: The Accounts Payable Manager plays a key role on the accounting team and is responsible for supervising one Accounts Payable Clerk, maintaining files, performing accurate data entry, researching information and providing key input for cost reduction measures. The Accounts Payable Manager will be a team member able to process accounts payable as well as backing up other finance functions. In addition, this position works with other members of the Finance team and staff throughout the agency to answer questions, provide audit support and cost data as necessary.

Supervises: AP Clerk

Classification: Exempt

Union Status: Non-Union

Duties and Responsibilities:


  • Provide audit support

  • Deliver analysis of expense trends and recommend cost reduction measures

  • Supervise all various daily, reoccurring tasks

  • Participate in special projects and audits as required by the Controller and CFO

  • Ensure maintenance of accounting files

  • Enter accurate data into accounting systems

  • Research vendor questions

  • Review vendor invoices with receipts, charges on account or delivery receipts/signatures or approvals

  • Prepare check runs on a weekly basis

  • Maintain organization financial delegations

  • Exercise discretion in all transactions

  • Provide information and forms as requested

  • Review daily deposits and monthly reconciliations

  • Responsible for timely rent for all programs

  • Thorough and timely analysis of emergency check /cash advance documentation for the correct amounts, descriptions, and approvals

  • Responsible for transmitting (daily checks issued) via Data Vault to Comerica, A/P and payroll checks

  • Work with the check signatories on their availability any day of the week as needed

  • Review records and issues of cab vouchers to programs’ need and process the check request for the payment

  • Maintain, update and ascertain 1099 vendors

  • Supervise the program archive process with DataSafe

  • Point of contact for the office supply vendor Give Something Back and maintain records, in addition to setting-up new users

  • Manage credit card downloads to AP

  • Maintains the inventory of gift cards, issuing, ordering and monthly reconciliation with each programs’ request

  • Additional financial system for managing 3rd Street-download QuickBooks files to SharePoint and process their checks

  • Manage vendor issues

  • Various daily support to programs as needed

Skills and Abilities:


  • Attention to detail

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access and Outlook)

  • Ability to multi-task and efficiently manage priority action items

  • Extreme passion for our agency’s mission in maintaining a positive, upbeat attitude

  • Exceptional organizational skills with reliability and consistency in work performance

  • Flexibility with a team player mentality

  • Ability to work with minimal supervision

  • An extreme focus on good judgment with a proactive approach to problem-solving

  • Must be able to maintain a professional demeanor with great interpersonal and communication skills

Education and Qualifications:


  • Bachelors in related field

  • 2+ years of supervisory experience required

  • Excellent follow-through skills

  • Nonprofit experience with MIP accounting software a plus, but not required

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  One Family was established in September 2008, an initiative led by Community Works in collaboration with the San Francisco Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership (SFCIPP) and the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department. One Family offers parent/child contact visits to every eligible parent incarcerated in San Francisco County Jails. The primary goal of One Family is to provide meaningful, frequent, and consistent opportunities for children to remain connected to their parents during a stressful time. Subsequent goals of the program are to: identify the number of incarcerated parents impacted by the San Francisco Justice system; reduce the trauma to children associated with separation due to parental incarceration; address the structural and cultural barriers that limit family reintegration for parents who are incarcerated; and to connect with other community based organizations to provide the most comprehensive services for families both in-custody and in the community for parents, caregivers and children.   

In order to achieve the primary goal, the One Family Program provides high quality, family focused services to parents. The program consists of four main components: Parent-Child Contact Visits, Parent Education, Family Transition Circles and Therapeutic Support for parents and their families.   

One Family is contracted with San Francisco Human Services Agency to provide to provide Child Welfare Services to parents who are currently in custody in the San Francisco County jails and targeted prisons and have active Family Reunification Cases with SFHSA. One Family seeks a Human Services Agency Program Coordinator who would be trained in and support all components of the program with a focus on the families who have active Family Reunification Cases with SFHSA. The key roles for this position will be coordinating and supervising parent child contact visits for parents with Child Welfare cases, as well supporting the parents and the program.

      


  • Support the delivery of intensive and sensitive visitation services at three San Francisco jail facilities (CJ2, CJ4 & CJ5)

  • Provide administrative programming support

  •  Coordinate and facilitate weekly Parent-Child Visits

  • Work collaboratively with deputized staff, HSA, and Social Services

  • Develop a therapeutic relationship and alliance with families and professional relationships with Child Welfare Worker [CWW], San Francisco Human Services Agency, in-custody Case Managers, and community programs

  • Coordinate resources available to parent in custody

  • Meet regularly with One Family Program Manager and the One Family team to ensure program integrity

  • Prepare quality case notes and reports for each visit in a timely manner   

  • One Family encourages the formerly incarcerated, children of incarcerated parents and those intimately affected by the criminal justice system to apply

  • Demonstrated ability to make decisions independently

  • Must be able to obtain jail clearance

  • Must have own, reliable transportation

  • Must have the ability to have solid, productive boundaries

  • Background in Counseling, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy or related field

  • Familiar with progressive, short term therapeutic interventions

  • Capacity to ensure culturally appropriate services

  • Have demonstrated experience supporting individuals in navigating complex systems (ie. child welfare, government assistance programs, etc.)

  • Be experienced working with families impacted by incarceration, substance/alcohol abuse issues, and/or domestic violence

  • Have a flexible work schedule (possible evening and weekend hours)

  • Proven track record to thrive in high-stress environments

  • Creative problem-solver

  • Willingness to grow professionally

  • Demonstrated ability to accept constructive feedback   

Community Works is an equal opportunity employer committed to maintaining a culturally diverse work environment that reflects the make-up of the communities we serve. People with diverse personal experiences are urged to apply, especially people of color, bi-lingual English-Spanish speakers, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals, women, and those that have been formerly incarcerated or impacted by incarceration. 

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 We are looking to immediately hire a Catering Coordinator to help support our existing catering operations. Candidates must have previous restaurant experience, great communication skills and be available to work Monday-Friday, 7:30am-4pm.

The job duties include:

1) handling incoming sales orders through the phone and web.

2) scheduling catering runners as needed, based on sales volume

3) helping with production, as needed

4) helping to deliver catering orders, as needed

5) responding to customer emails

We offer health, dental and vision insurance, along with PTO and free meals. 

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Job Title: Maintenance Assistant Manager

Job Code: 100

Department: Maintenance department

FLSA Status:

Grade:

Reports To: Senior Manager

Summary/Objective

We are looking for a reliable Assistant Maintenance Manager to assist the Senior Maintenance Manager in overseeing all installation, repair and upkeep operations of the company’s facilities, equipment, vehicles and rides. This position is a field manager position leading, working with and assigning the team on various projects and ensuring completion in a timely manner while ensuring safety and proper documentation of work performed.

A great assistant maintenance manager will have a solid understanding of plumbing and electrical systems, carpentry and other construction trades as well as mechanics and machinery maintenance. They will be well-versed in all maintenance process, health and safety regulations. The ideal candidate will also have aptitude in undertaking administrative tasks such as reporting, documentation of work and pay roll.

The goal is to ensure the company facilities are well-cared for and adequate to support the company’s business operations.

Essential Job Duties


  • Maintenance procedures and ensure implementation of best practices

  • Carry out inspections of the facilities to identify and resolve issues

  • Check electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems of buildings to ensure functionality

  • Oversee all repair and installation activities in the field

  • Assign work orders

  • Monitor equipment and supply inventory

  • Manage relationships with contractors and service providers

  • Keep maintenance logs and report on daily activities an repairs

  • Ensure health and safety policies are complied with

  • Cover for Senior Manager and payroll

Ancillary Job Duties


  • As Assigned Supervisory Responsibilities

  • All Maintenance Staff 

Required Qualifications – Required qualifications to effectively perform the job. An equivalent combination of education, training and experience will be considered.


  • Over 18 years of age.

  • Good Driving Record (ability to obtain authorization from the Zoo’s Insurance Carrier)

  • California Class C Driver’s License.

  • Clear Police Record.

  • Proven experience as assistant manager, working foreman or other lead role

  • Experience in executing maintenance operations and plans

  • Solid understanding of technical aspects of building trades, electrical systems etc.

  • Working knowledge of facilities machines and equipment

  • Ability to keep track of and report on activity

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

  • Outstanding organizational and leadership abilities 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities – May be representative, but not all-inclusive, of those knowledge, skills and abilities commonly associated with this position.


  • Need at least 5 years past experience in a professional maintenance assistant or foreman position.

  • High school diploma or equivalent; Degree from a vocational school or BSc/BA in business administration or facility management will be an advantage, or field experience as an assistant manager or field / working manager is a plus 

Work Environment – Environmental or atmospheric conditions commonly associated with the performance of the functions of this job.


  • Field Manager located at Maintenance Shop

  • Available to work weekends, holidays, and in all types of weather. 

Physical Abilities - Activities that are commonly associated with the performance of the functions of this job. The physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.


  • Able to bend and twist, lift, stand, kneel, sit, walk, bend, stoop and speak regularly and for long periods of time (8 hour shifts)

  • Ability to lift and carry objects weighing up to 50 lbs 

Disclaimer: This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive; an employee will also perform other reasonably related job responsibilities as assigned by immediate supervisor and other management as required. The Zoo reserves the right to revise or change job duties as the need arises. This job description does not constitute a written or implied contract of employment. Management reserves the right to change job descriptions, job duties, functions, and requirements.

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SUMMARY

The custodian is responsible for the cleaning and housekeeping duties at designated TNDC sites.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES


  • Maintain the general cleanliness of the building interior and exterior and adhere to the cleaning schedule for all the properties assigned.

  • Sweep and mop floors.

  • Maintain trash removal systems including rotation of garbage receptacles and recycling.

  • Clean and vacuum hallways, common areas, sidewalks and individual units as necessary.

  • Attend required TNDC meetings.

  • Follow TNDC safety policies and procedures at all times.

  • Wet, dust and clean windows.

  • “Bag & Tag” former resident belongings in vacant units.

  • Identify and report any problems in regards to maintenance, health, safety or security of the property to the General Manager.

  • Follow a schedule of preventative maintenance and perform additional cleaning and maintenance duties as needed.

  • Notify the General Manager or Maintenance Lead of any needed supplies or equipment.

  • Assist building maintenance staff with light maintenance projects.

  • Patch and paint walls as assigned.

  • Respond to building emergencies on after-hours on-call schedule.

  • Other duties as assigned.

 

 

REQUIRED SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE

Knowledge and skills:


  • Ability, willingness and sensitivity to work with a diverse, low-income population.

  • Sound judgment and good assessment skills.

  • Maturity, honesty, dependability, initiative and follow-through.

  • Ability and willingness to follow directions.

  • Ability and willingness to respond tactfully under pressure; cope under stress.

  • Excellent interpersonal skills.

Physical Requirements:


  • Ability to perform medium to heavy work involving sitting, standing, walking, lifting up to 75 pounds and climbing ladders and stairs.

  • Ability to use a variety of hand and power tools and equipment necessary to perform janitorial work.

  • Ability to operate a variety of cleaning equipment.

  • Ability to move objects, occasionally requiring exertion of considerable force.

  • Ability to coordinate eyes, hands and fingers in performing janitorial tasks.

  • Visual acuity necessary to perform and inspect work and review work orders.

  • Hearing acuity sufficient to use telephone and communicate with other staff.

Mathematical Ability:


  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply, divide.

Judgment and Reasoning Ability:


  • Ability to judge situations where supervisor's involvement is needed.

  • Ability to apply common sense understanding to repetitive tasks.

Language and Communication Ability:


  • Ability to comprehend and correctly use logs, work orders, timesheets, etc.

  • Ability to comprehend resident handbook and employee manuals.

  • Ability to communicate effectively with coworkers and staff at all levels, residents, both verbally and in writing.

  • Ability to adapt to changes in policy, methods, operations, etc. as they apply to property management operations and activities.

Environmental Adaptability:


  • Ability to work in an office environment and in and outside a variety of residential buildings.

  • Ability to work under hot and cold conditions.

  • Ability to work under conditions of moderate noise.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS


  • Ability to lift 75 pounds.

  • Knowledge of custodial practices and procedures including sanitation and universal precautions.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS


  • One year of janitorial experience.

  • Second language capacity.

 

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Mission: Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) provides affordable housing and services for low-income people in the Tenderloin and throughout San Francisco, to promote equitable access to opportunity and resources.

Established in 1981, TNDC has grown to employ more than 400 staff, to develop, own, manage and provide supportive services in 41 properties that offer deeply affordable housing for nearly 4,700 tenants, and to expand its work in community organizing and afterschool programming. TNDC is viewed as a trusted and well-organized community ally locally and a practice leader nationally. In San Francisco, TNDC envisions diverse communities where people with low incomes can fulfill their potential and meet their basic needs. In the Tenderloin, TNDC stands as a catalyst for advancing community interests and a force for expanding the choices that enhance livability, such as housing, employment, education, food, cultural activities, and open spaces.

TNDC values are: Integrity, Excellence, Diversity, Collaboration and Equity

SUMMARY

Under the direct supervision of the General Manager, the Assistant Manager is responsible for assisting the General Manager in the overall operation of the property, day to day implementation of policies, procedures and programs that ensure a well-managed, well-maintained building; maintains acceptable occupancy level and develops a supportive environment for all residents. The Assistant Manager must also establish and maintain effective working relationships with on-site support services staff and must relate well to people, exercise good judgment and discretion in dealing with residents, visitors, vendors, support services and staff. In the absence of the General Manager, the Assistant Manager is required to provide leadership in developing a community and in directing the staff.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES


  • Assist the General Manager in maintaining property wait list and process applications in conformance with compliance regulations which includes screening, interviewing and processing applicants to fill building vacancies.

  • Assist the General Manager with the marketing of vacant units in accordance with an approved marketing plan which considers all federal, state, local and regulatory requirements.

  • Meet regularly with tenant services staff with General Manager.

  • Work collaboratively with building social worker to organize resident celebrations and events.

  • Attend and participate in professional activities, meetings, organizations, regulatory agency meetings or inspections, as needed.Assist in submitting required internal and external reports.

Assist in managing tenant relations:


  • Ensure efficient and courteous response to all tenant requests.

  • Respond promptly to tenant complaints and incident reports.

  • Maintain congenial relationships with all tenants.

  • Provide competent conflict resolution.

  • Understand and is sensitive to cultural background, economic status and those with special needs.

  • Assist in ensuring consistent application of property rules and regulations, lease and lease addendums, and document and report all violations.

Assist in ensuring security of the building:


  • Respond promptly to building emergencies and resident crises.

  • Report any unusual or extraordinary circumstances regarding the residents or the property.

Prepare resident re-certifications by:


  • Interviewing residents.

  • Obtaining appropriate documentation and completing certification and submitting to General Manager for initial approval.

  • Manage resident evictions and stipulations in compliance with court order as directed by General Manager.

  • Assist in resident move-in/move-out procedures and unit inspections.

Collect rent and account for monies collected:


  • Prepare bank deposits.

  • Ensure timely collection of subsidy and tenant receivables.

  • Submits vacancy loss reimbursements.

  • Enter payments into OneSite monitor tenant receivables.

Directly supervise desk clerks including:


  • Recruiting and hiring for vacant desk clerk positions.

  • Approving timesheets.

  • Preparation of employee evaluations and recommendations for discipline or promotions.

  • Monitor building expenditures and prepare payables for approval by General Building Manager.

Manage the day-to-day administration of the property office:


  • Ensure the office is clean, professional and in a well-organized manner.

  • Answer telephones.

  • Sort, distribute, open and answer mail daily.

  • Responsible for the inventory and order necessary administrative supplies and equipment

  • Maintain files, records, rental agreements and other documents.

  • Schedule maintenance repairs, generate and file completed work orders and follow-ups, as appropriate.

  • Maintain a businesslike and professional appearance.

  • Be available by cell phone at all times for emergencies.

  • Assist the General Manager with special projects and administrative tasks.

  • Other duties as assigned.

REQUIRED SKILLS


  • Ability to work with, and sensitivity to, a diverse, low-income, multi-ethnic population.

  • Ability to work independently and exercise own judgment in problem-solving.

  • Effective verbal and written communication skills.

  • Ability to respond appropriately in pressure situations; possess an even temperament and strong interpersonal and people skills.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS


  • Associate degree, certificate of completion from a trade school and/or one or more years of related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience.

  • Experience working with conflict resolution, crisis intervention and resident relations.

  • Demonstrated knowledge on Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel and Outlook are essential. OneSite Software knowledge a plus.

  • Have combination of skills that demonstrate familiarity with the general management of subsidized housing programs.

  • Knowledge of substance abuse and homelessness issues.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS


  • Prior experience with nonprofit residential property management.

  • Tax Credit Specialist, Certified Occupancy Specialist designations and/or equivalents is a plus.

  • Second language ability.

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Mission: Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) provides affordable housing and services for low-income people in the Tenderloin and throughout San Francisco, to promote equitable access to opportunity and resources.

Established in 1981, TNDC has grown to employ more than 400 staff, to develop, own, manage and provide supportive services in 41 properties that offer deeply affordable housing for nearly 4,700 tenants, and to expand its work in community organizing and afterschool programming. TNDC is viewed as a trusted and well-organized community ally locally and a practice leader nationally. In San Francisco, TNDC envisions diverse communities where people with low incomes can fulfill their potential and meet their basic needs. In the Tenderloin, TNDC stands as a catalyst for advancing community interests and a force for expanding the choices that enhance livability, such as housing, employment, education, food, cultural activities, and open spaces.

TNDC values are: Integrity, Excellence, Diversity, Collaboration and Equity.

The Individual Giving and Events Manager will report to the Major and Planned Giving Manager as part of a seven-person fund development department. This position is responsible for managing the organization’s fundraising programs for individual giving and special events. The Individual Giving and Events Manager will have specific dollar, donor and other goals to be met through a variety of donor appeals including online giving, direct mail for acquisition or renewal, social media and donor marketing communications. The person will manage two major special events and other smaller events annually including logistics, sponsorships, stewardship and tracking. The Individual Giving and Events Manager will track and analyze the results of all individual giving fundraising strategies including events, and make or recommend changes as needed.

Individual Giving

· Build a comprehensive multi-year annual giving plan, including strategies for increasing renewals, growing the donor base through acquisition,

revenue projections, metrics regarding renewal rate and attrition and identify and implement strategies for annual and mid-level giving.

· Direct Mail.

· Conduct regular reviews of donor and prospect lists to identify donors with capacity and inclination to be solicited for a major gift ($1,500+), maintain a

strong pipeline of potential major and planned giving prospects and work with the Major and Planned Giving Manager to ensure seamless stewardship

for donors at all levels.

· Evaluate the appearance and effectiveness of donor communications (mailings and messages), and make strategic adjustments if needed, working in

partnership with the Director of Fund Development and the Communications Manager.

· Implement TNDC’s online giving strategy, including technologies, content, frequency of communication and online donations using all appropriate social

media (in collaboration with the Communications Manager).

Special Events

· Responsible for development both strategy and implementation plan for key TNDC events, including the TNDC Birthday Dinner, the Pool Toss, and building

grand openings and ribbon-cuttings.

· Successful manage all elements of the event plans, including logistics, vendors, sponsorships, tracking all aspects of attendance – table seating, managing to

a budget, follow-up and follow-up, analysis and evaluation.

· Working with the Major and Planned Giving Manager, provide input and strategies for sustaining and growing a pipeline of Pool Toss “Tossees” and prospects.

· Overall revenue effectiveness of events by working with the Director of Fund Development and/or the Major and Planned Giving Manager.

· For each event for which s/he is responsible, working with the Volunteer and Corporate Outreach Coordinator and the Communications Manager, develop

follow up strategies for identified event attendees with the goal of identifying new friends and donors for TNDC.

· Manage key department vendor relationships including, the event production team, and others.

General Fundraising

· Provide input for the Department’s annual operating budget regarding goals and results of the Individual Giving and Events programs.

· Implement stewardship strategies as developed and directed by the Major and Planned Giving Manager.

· Participating in all activities of the fundraising department including twice monthly meetings, annual planning retreat, monthly revenue and goal tracking,

and collaborative work across program areas.

· Experience in formulating and executing both long range and annual plans for donor acquisition and retention.

· Proven skills in self-direction, achieving goals, analyzing data and results and in working with fellow professionals towards the achievement of results.

· Ability to prepare, manage, update, work within and revise budgets as they relate to the work of the Individual Giving and Events portion of the overall

fund development program.

· Proven track record in ability to identify, research, cultivate, solicit and maintain positive donor relationships.

· Strong project management or event management experience.

· Strong communication skills including interpersonal across departments, speaking and listening, written and public speaking including leading tours of TNDC.

· A personal enthusiasm for the work TNDC does, with the ability to keep up to date with ever-evolving agency information.

· Demonstrated success working both independently and as part of a team.

· Cultural sensitivity of TNDC’s diverse donor, tenant, board, volunteer, vendors, and staff populations, as well as the larger population of the Tenderloin.

· Proficiency with Raisers Edge, Outlook, Excel, and other computer-based programs that support the work of the Fund Development Department.

· Initiative, creativity, flexibility, and resilience in the face of obstacles.

· A health sense of humor is appreciated!

· Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent professional experience.

· Three or more years of demonstrated success in nonprofit or related individual giving programs.

· Two or more years’ experience event management.

· Three or more years’ experience using a database management system, preferably Raisers Edge.

· Ability to lift up to 30 pounds in order to perform essential functions.

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Mission: Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) provides affordable housing and services for low-income people in the Tenderloin and throughout San Francisco, to promote equitable access to opportunity and resources.

Established in 1981, TNDC has grown to employ more than 400 staff, to develop, own, manage and provide supportive services in 41 properties that offer deeply affordable housing for nearly 4,700 tenants, and to expand its work in community organizing and afterschool programming. TNDC is viewed as a trusted and well-organized community ally locally and a practice leader nationally. In San Francisco, TNDC envisions diverse communities where people with low incomes can fulfill their potential and meet their basic needs. In the Tenderloin, TNDC stands as a catalyst for advancing community interests and a force for expanding the choices that enhance livability, such as housing, employment, education, food, cultural activities, and open spaces.

TNDC values are: Integrity, Excellence, Diversity, Collaboration and Equity.

The Major and Planned Giving Manager reports directly to the Director of Fund Development as part of a seven-person Fund Development team. This position will supervise the Individual Giving and Events Manager and the Database Coordinator. The Major and Planned Giving Manager will contribute to the department’s revenue goals and is responsible for creating and implementing a comprehensive major and planned giving program, as well as a coordinated stewardship program for all individual donors.

· Build and sustain a strategic major and planned giving program, with a focus on current donors of $500+ a year and those giving less who may be candidates for planned giving.

· Working with the Director of Fund Development, develop and manage an active portfolio of at least 75 individual donors and prospects at the $1,000 and up level.

· Support the CEO and the Director of Fund Development in preparation for major gifts asks through research, preparation of meeting plans and follow up.

· Implement and oversee a coordinated stewardship program for all individual donors, regardless of the size of the gift.

· From the database and other resources, design and implement comprehensive strategies to identify, research, qualify, cultivate, solicit and steward major donors.

· Participate in developing program-based major giving efforts that will enhance TNDC’s working capital, help build reserve funds and program endowment (e.g., TNDC After School Program).

· With the Director of Fund Development, take a principal role in major and planned giving cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship.

· Institute and sustain a systematic approach to planned giving through coordination with the Director of Fund Development, the Individual Giving and Events Manager, the CEO, the COO, and

program staff who may have knowledge of certain donors.

· Other duties as assigned.

· Experience in developing and successfully implementing annual major and/or planned giving strategies for the achievement of goals.

· Power to articulate TNDC’s mission, strategy, and variety of programs in order to inspire donors to maintain and increase their commitment.

· Effective communications skills both written and verbal.

· A personal enthusiasm for the work TNDC does, with the ability to keep up to date with ever-evolving agency information. Willingness to learn about the issues TNDC addresses: housing, health

& wellness, after-school program, community organizing, etc.

· Proven ability to build positive relationships both internally and in the community.

· Strong organizational skills and familiarity with planning and budgeting.

· Proficiency with donor databases: Raisers Edge familiarity preferred.

· Proven success working in a team environment and independently.

· Appreciation for the diverse populations of TNDC (tenants, board, volunteers, donors, and staff), the Tenderloin, and San Francisco and an ability to relate well with people at every economic level.

· Bachelor’s degree or equivalent years of experience as substitute.

· Five to seven years of major and/or planned giving experience.

· Demonstrated track record for closing major gifts (outright and/or planned).

· At least three years’ experience in developing a systematic program that builds and sustains strong and lasting relationships with donors.

· Two years of experience with fundraising database software, preferably Raiser’s Edge.

· Ability to lift up to 25 pounds in order to perform essential functions.

· Knowledge of and experience with planned giving strategies.

· Experience with program-based targeted campaigns.

· Familiarity with marketing and public relations strategies.

· Familiarity with San Francisco’s philanthropic community.

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Position Title: Animal Handler/Groomer

Position Summary:  Participates in pet care and comfort grooming activities that primarily take place in the client home. Applicants with less experience will assist with safe restraint of dogs and cats, nail trims, baths and blow dries, ear cleaning, anal gland expression and similar activities. In addition, all staff are responsible for caring for and cleaning equipment used on the job and observing appropriate usage of tools. Informs the work leader/supervisor of the need for facility and equipment renovations and/or repairs.  Enhances the reputation of the business through client interactions. Measures, records and maintains animal rooms and equipment data. Accurately reports services, fees paid and tips. Assists in the collection and organization of data needed for reconciling accounts, billing and inventory on a daily basis. Performs other duties as assigned.   Applicants with more experience, including veterinary technician training and education, will take the lead, handling more grooming activities and assist in training more junior staff.   Experience, Skills and Personal Qualifications: · Very good communication skills · Team player/works well with other team members · Positive attitude; self-motivated; mature; reliable and maintaining a professional appearance · Affection for animals and concern for their welfare; experience with animals in a work environment preferred, including safe restraints · Ability to maintain the confidentiality of all information, follow established procedures governing safe work practices · perform duties in a manner which assures the safety of the animals, oneself and others. · Having and maintaining a valid California driver's license with a good driving record preferred but not required · Being comfortable and skilled in working with a culturally diverse staff and clients · Basic computer knowledge   Physical Requirements: Allergic conditions that would be aggravated when animals are present in the work place are a disqualification. Lift and move objects and animals weighing up to 50 pounds for short distances and to humanely restrain animals when necessary. This job requires constant bending, stooping, squatting, lifting, reaching and pushing moderately heavy objects.     In addition to the entry level Animal Handler/Groomer, we are seeking an experienced to join our team, especially someone with very strong computer applications skills to manage the business’s on-line information and communication sites.

          

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Position:

No Limits is currently looking for Summer Camp Coaches, Mountain Bike Coaches and After School Counselors.

At No Limits, our approach is to engage the most influential and resourceful players, both internal and external, to build the very best place for our kids to learn and grow.

Our team's leadership plays a crucial role in giving our kids the support and encouragement they need during their developmental stages.

You!

You are a leader. You are passionate about working with kids. No Limits is a small and family-oriented team, working in an environment in which no two days are alike. We're continually looking for someone who can handle a fast pace and a rapidly shifting agenda!

Primary Responsibilities:

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

*Maintains a clean and safe play area.

*Supervise children on the playground.

*Supervise children in the gymnasium.

*Plan and lead a structured sporting activity/arts & crafts.

*Lends a helping hand wherever needed.

*Carries out job responsibilities and duties safely.

Personality:

You are extremely aware, encouraging and patient. You love working with other camp coaches and take pride in being a crucial part of our No Limits family! You enjoy hanging out with kids, and above all else, you like to have good, old fashioned FUN!

Next Steps:

Interested? Please email us at info@nolimitsdaycamp.com

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Mission: Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) provides affordable housing and services for low-income people in the Tenderloin and throughout San Francisco, to promote equitable access to opportunity and resources.

Established in 1981, TNDC has grown to employ more than 400 staff, to develop, own, manage and provide supportive services in 41 properties that offer deeply affordable housing for nearly 4,700 tenants, and to expand its work in community organizing and afterschool programming. TNDC is viewed as a trusted and well-organized community ally locally and a practice leader nationally. In San Francisco, TNDC envisions diverse communities where people with low incomes can fulfill their potential and meet their basic needs. In the Tenderloin, TNDC stands as a catalyst for advancing community interests and a force for expanding the choices that enhance livability, such as housing, employment, education, food, cultural activities, and open spaces.

TNDC values are: Integrity, Excellence, Diversity, Collaboration and Equity.

Under the direct supervision of the Assistant Manager or the General Manager, the Desk Clerk is responsible for screening visitors, and monitoring activities at the front desk of TNDC properties. The desk clerk is responsible for assisting building management with maintaining the site safety as well as providing ongoing administrative support.


  • Screen all visitors to confirm that they are the authorized guests of building residents.

  • Ensure visitors are escorted by tenants at all times.

  • Respond to emergencies as needed.

  • Maintain complete and accurate confidential Building Log.

  • Fill out incident reports as necessary.

  • Report violations of the House Rules and Regulations and rules of conduct outlined in the Rental Agreement.

  • Take part in all online and in person trainings that are required for job function; this includes job specific trainings and companywide training.

  • Oversee front entry and lobby to ensure cleanliness and security; performs minor janitorial duties as needed.

  • Provide administrative support for Assistant Manager by opening and time stamping mail and invoices, preparing check requests, preparing recertification packets and filing.

  • Answer phones and operate intercom system as needed.

  • Provide information to tenants, visitors, and applicants concerning Housing.

  • Other duties as assigned.

REQUIRED SKILLS

Knowledge and skills:


  • Ability to work tactfully and under stress.

  • Ability to achieve competency in Microsoft Office Suite specifically Word, Excel and Outlook.

  • Ability to read, write and communicate in English.

  • Ability to follow directions and work independently.

  • Willingness to be on-call, with access to a phone.

  • Good judgment and common sense, ability to successfully resolve conflicts.

  • Honesty and dependability.

  • Ability to work with, and to be sensitive to a diverse multi-cultural low-income population.

  • Ability to resolve conflict in a professional manner. Ability to maintain confidentiality and to exercise discretion concerning residents’ issues.

Physical Requirements:


  • Ability to coordinate eyes, hands and fingers in performing duties which include typing, writing, reading and similar tasks.

  • Ability to exert physical effort involving moving around buildings, climbing stairs, moving from one area to another or standing/sitting for periods of time.

  • Visual acuity necessary to inspect buildings and review documents.

  • Hearing acuity sufficient to use telephone and communicate with residents and staff.

Environmental Adaptability:


  • Ability to work in an office environment and in and outside a variety of residential buildings as needed.

  • Ability to work tactfully and under stress.

Mathematical Ability:


  • Ability to do basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, as needed per job duties.

Judgment and Situational Reasoning Ability:


  • Ability to use independent judgment in non-routine situations, such as dealing with a disturbance.

  • Good judgment and common sense, ability to successfully resolve conflicts.

Language and Communication Ability:


  • Ability to communicate effectively with coworkers, staff at all levels and residents, both verbally and in writing.

  • Ability to understand changes in policy, methods, operations, etc. as they apply to the desk clerk position.

  • Ability to read, write and communicate in English.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS


  • High School Diploma or GED.

  • Good organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

 


  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.

  • Experience working in an affordable housing environment.

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Jigsaw London is currently hiring an exciting position as Store Manager for our Berkeley location.

The ideal candidate is detail-oriented and has excellent communications skills. A strong commitment to developing themselves and their teams is a must and a proven track record of achieving high volume store sale’s budgets.

This role will oversee between three and five associates and is supported by an Assistant Manager. We expect the Store Manager to cultivate a sense of community within their store and bring forth innovative ideas as to how best to grow their team.

The Role


  • Is responsible and owns store’s financial indicators with weekly, monthly and annual reports.

  • Creates and executes inspirational events that reflect the Jigsaw London brand.

  • Knowledgeable of all KPI standards and how to drive them to success.

  • Highlights our gorgeous product through apt Visual Merchandising skills.

  • Collaborates with other store managers routinely to drive business each week.

  • Provides concrete feedback to the head office on product and acute knowledge of stock levels weekly .

  • Completely competent in reading P&L’s and analytical in finding room for improvement within them.

  • Celebrates meeting and assisting new clients daily and takes pride in growing existing relationships with current customers.

  • Ensures Jigsaw London stands out as a leader in the retail landscape through genuine service that will always leave our customer happy.

The Candidate


  • Strives for exceeds, complacent with meets.

  • Does not see problems, just obstacles needing solutions

  • Prefers the word inclusive

  • Is a master of motivation and building networks

  • Finds value in teaching and reward in coaching

  • 3+ years of Managerial Experience in high volume locations.

  • Dedicated to a sincere, memorable and fluid customer experience.

Jigsaw London is an equal opportunity employer. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

We thank you for your interest in our company.  

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Leadership Public Schools is seeking an English Teacher to teach at our Richmond Campus.  

 

LPS values the role teachers play in supporting student achievement and personal development. Our teachers value collaboration, celebrate diversity in perspective and background, take risks, and show flexibility to continuously improve instruction and student learning.

 

We are seeking teachers who believe:


  • all students can learn at high levels

  • all students deserve an education that prepares them for college, career and community leadership

  • schools play a vital role in promoting social justice and disrupting patterns of inequity

We are seeking teachers who have demonstrated:


  • a commitment to working with the communities we serve

  • academic expertise and an enthusiasm to work with young people

  • reflection and growth after struggle, failure and/or feedback

  • powerful collaboration within a team

Applicants should be prepared to learn about or lead on:


  • creating culturally responsive classrooms that develop a sense of belonging for all students

  • providing access to rigorous learning that leads to results for all learners

  • utilizing of data to refine curricula and inform instruction

  • leveraging technology to drive student achievement

  • contributing to student development and leadership outside of the classroom

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS:


  • B.A., or B.S required; Master’s Degree desirable

  • Two or more years teaching experience, particularly in a school serving low-income students and students of color

  • Appropriate CA Teaching credential with EL authorization (strongly preferred)

  • Commitment to achieving equitable educational outcomes with strong cultural competency and cross-cultural communication skills

  • Deep content knowledge and enthusiasm for Spanish within and beyond the classroom

  • Experience using assessment and data to refine curricula and inform instruction

  • Evidence of professional reflection and collaboration

  • Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills

  • Able to leverage educational technology including the Google Suite

  • Willingness to participate in shared leadership and student support beyond the classroom

  • Comfort working in a charter environment that includes ongoing iteration and flexible roles

POSITION:

This is a full-time position of 190 days including 8 days of professional development. There are seven optional additional instructional collaboration/ professional development days and many opportunities for stipended curriculum work and teacher leadership. 

 

APPLY DIRECTLY :

https://leadershippublicschools.applytojob.com/apply/SvrsI8QkOh/English-Teacher-LPS-Richmond-1920-SY?source=localwise

 

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Pre-K Teacher  

Belvedere-Hawthorne Nursery Schools, Inc., the oldest nursery school in So. Marin County, with a long history of excellence, is looking for qualified teachers.  Minimum of 12 ECE units preferred (or working towards) and/or an Elementary Teaching Credential and/or a minimum of 3 yrs. working with young children.  Work hours are 5 days a week, up to 34 hrs/wk.  See full job description below. 

PRE-K TEACHER APPLICATION   

At Belvedere-Hawthorne Nursery Schools, Inc. our mission is to provide children with a nurturing environment and to instill a love of learning within our developmental play-based curriculum. Our program fosters creativity, stimulates the imagination, creates an inner sense of trust and autonomy, and develops intellectual, physical and social skills. The emphasis is on developing a child’s self-esteem and empowering them in independent decision-making. We provide hands-on experiences that engage in problem solving and enhance acquisition of cognitive and linguistic skills within a developmental play-based curriculum. Candidates should be committed to and have a passion for teaching, experience in child development, and an interest in play-based, developmentally appropriate early childhood education.   

 

QUALIFICATIONS 


  • Minimum of 12 units (or working towards) in Early Childhood Education is necessary. 


  • Elementary Teaching Credential and/or minimum 3 years of experience working with young children in a group setting desirable. 


  • BA, BS and MA Degrees in Education, Early Childhood Education, Child Development, Psychology, or other related field also desirable. 


  • BHNS will consider a combination of experience and education. 


  • Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills. 


  • Flexible team player willing to take initiative in a fast-paced work environment. 


  • Trained or willing to be trained in First Aid, CPR and AED for adult, infant and child. 


  • Strong organizational and time management skills. 


  • Knowledge and interest in child development, developmentally appropriate practices, and play-based learning. 


  • Ability to work indoors and outdoors, stand for two to three hours at a time, bend and lift and carry up to 35 pounds short distances.   


MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES 


  • Work directly with children in classroom setting, including circle time, lunch time, physical education, and small group learning. 


  • Ensure the safety and well being of the children at all times. 


  • Work with groups of 2 - 9 children. 


  • Supervise up to 12 children indoors and outdoors. 


  • Plan and prepare activities and participate in curriculum development. 


  • Prepare and organize supplies, including snack and art supplies. 


  • Ensure proper maintenance and cleanliness of classroom and supplies daily.


TO APPLY Qualified candidates should send their resume, cover letter and two references or letters of recommendation to: Kirsten Hagen, Operations Manager P.O. Box 288 Belvedere, CA 94920, or submit through this job post.

Belvedere-Hawthorne Nursery Schools, Inc. (BHNS) does not discriminate against or grant preferential treatment to qualified employees or applicants for employment on the bases of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, marital status, physical disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, or any other basis protected by law. BHNS will afford equal employment opportunity to all qualified employees and applicants as to all terms and conditions of employment, including compensation, benefits, hiring, training, promotion, transfer, discipline, and termination.  

 

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Mission

The mission of Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (“TNDC”) is to develop community and provide affordable housing and services for people with low-incomes in the Tenderloin and throughout San Francisco, to promote equitable access to opportunity and resources.

Overview

TNDC was established in 1981, growing from owning one Single Room Occupancy residential hotel in the Tenderloin to being a substantial, citywide organization focused on homes, health and voice. TNDC currently employs over 450 staff; develops, owns, manages and provides supportive services in 42 properties that offer over 3,700 units of deeply affordable housing for over 5,000 tenants, along with over 150,000 square feet of commercial space. TNDC undertakes a wide array of community development work, including community organizing and planning, health and wellness, food security, policy analysis and advocacy and out-of-school time programming. TNDC anticipates continuing portfolio growth in the next three years, with over 500 units slated to complete construction and many additional sites in its development pipeline.

TNDC is viewed as a trusted and well-organized community ally locally and a practice leader nationally. In San Francisco, TNDC envisions a world where everyone has a stable and safe place to call home. A world where housing is treated as a human right. A world where economic status, race, and other social identities do not determine where or how people can live. Where everyone has a meaningful voice in the decisions affecting them. Where future generations are better off than the ones preceding them.

TNDC values are Integrity, Excellence, Inclusion, Collaboration and Equity.

TNDC is committed to equity in employment and services. We encourage people with a diverse range of backgrounds to apply.

Operations

TNDC is governed by a 20-member Board of Directors comprised of local residents, tenants, and professionals in real estate, financial services, property management, social services and the legal sector. The Board meets bi-monthly, and eight standing Committees of the Board meet monthly to oversee the organization’s respective departments. There is an annual day-long retreat attended by Board and senior staff for the purpose of updating the participants on environmental and sector influences, annual goal setting and business plan review.

The organization has a staff of more than 450 FTE. The following Executive Management Team members report to the Chief Executive Officer:


  • Chief Operating Officer

  • Chief Financial Officer

  • Chief of Portfolio Operations

  • Chief Talent Officer

Additional Senior Management Team members include:


  • Director of Asset Management

  • Director of Finance

  • Director of Fund Development

  • Director of Housing Development

  • Director of Human Resources Operations

  • Director of Property Management

  • Information Technology Manager


  • Director of Tenant and Community Services

  • Senior Administrative Operations Manager

  • Senior Community Organizing and Planning Manager

TNDC (and related entities) has an annual operating budget of $60 million; TNDC also maintains a substantial and prudent operating reserve. Revenue is well-diversified; 80% of revenue is from operating properties, with the balance of corporate and program operations funded through a mix of developer fees, management fees, fundraising and contract revenues. New housing development is typically funded with Low Income Housing Tax Credit equity investments, private debt, and deferred payment loans from local, state and federal sources. Projects’ financing is complex and includes the management of numerous related partnerships, LLCs and other entities as well as complicated compliance requirements. Long-term ownership of a diverse portfolio of 42 properties entails balancing affordability, financial sustainability and periodic recapitalization of physical assets.

TNDC funds its tenant services programs primarily through building operations and contracts with the City and County of San Francisco, with additional financial support from individuals, corporations, and foundations, including revenue raised from TNDC’s two annual signature events -- the Anniversary Dinner and the Celebrity Pool Toss.

For more information on TNDC, please see www.tndc.org.

The Position

TNDC is seeking to fill a crucial executive leadership position to oversee its substantial affordable housing portfolio and guide the organization through significant growth in the number of properties, units and staff that will take place over the next three years, and to position it for future opportunities. The position will join an executive leadership team composed of the Chief Executive, Operating, Talent and Financial Officers. The Chief of Portfolio Operations will closely collaborate with this team to ensure that the organization is appropriately staffed, managed and governed to fulfill TNDC’s mission, build on its strong financial health, and poise it for future opportunities that will align with its mission and long-term sustainability. The Chief of Portfolio Operations, jointly with other members of the executive staff, will be involved in the areas of organizational decision-making that are critical to steering TNDC’s direction and implementing its goals and strategies, including for example personnel, budgeting, Board matters, relationship-building, politics and policy and overall agency performance.

Having nearly doubled in size over the past seven years, TNDC has a Property Management Department comprised of more than 300 staff, accompanied by property development plans whose completion will bring at least 50 more staff within the next three years. The Chief of Portfolio Operations will bear significant responsibilities for maintaining stable operations amid significant growth. Annual property-related revenue exceeds $65 million, and the Department oversees $2-$4 million of capital improvement work annually. To support the occupied renovation projects it undertakes, TNDC operates a significant relocation operation within its Property Management Department, and the organization is a nationally recognized leader in sustainability. TNDC will consider expanding into third-party property management.

We are seeking an effective executive who can maintain efficient operations at our current, recently-achieved scale while designing and implementing a path of growth that honors our best practices and values, developing staff while successfully overseeing the changes necessary to continue operating at a greater scale and in an evolving environment.

Responsibilities

Leadership and Change Management


  • Participate in the Leadership Team and the Executive Management Team and contribute to overall organizational strategy and decision-making.

  • Serve as Executive Sponsor for key organizational improvement projects.

  • Analyze the strengths and challenges of TNDC’s property management operations in the context of anticipated growth and develop and communicate a vision for change and improvement.

  • Continually assess the core functions and leadership team of the Property Management department as needed to align with immediate and future growth opportunities.

  • Identify opportunities for improved systems and defined standards, champion their development and secure organizational support, and ensure effective implementation and ongoing compliance.


  • Represent TNDC externally with funders, investors, elected officials, community partners, and tenant groups, and serve as primary negotiator for new property contracts and management agreements.

  • Serve as co-lead staff to TNDC’s Asset/Property Management Board Committee, and present to the full Board of Directors on issues related to portfolio performance and new opportunities.

  • Lead or participate in on-going and ad hoc staff Committees, including for example strategic planning, learning and evaluation and safety.

  • Collaborate with the CFO and COO in the development of annual organizational goals and budgets, long-range financial projections and goal-setting that aligns with the strategic priorities of TNDC.

Supervision and Operational Oversight


  • Directly supervise the Director of Property Operations, Facilities Director, Compliance Director, Senior Financial Manager and potentially other key staff.

  • Reinforce a strong performance-based culture, with appropriate performance measurement tools and procedures in place.

  • Collaborate with the COO to champion the continued strong collaboration among Tenant and Community Services, Community Organizing, Housing Development and Property Management staff at all levels of property operations.

  • Champion a strong team culture within the Property Management Department and among all TNDC Departments, so that staff have opportunities for input and leadership, are clear about their respective roles, value working collaboratively, and contribute to innovations.

  • Oversee the continuing design and development of systems, structures and initiatives that support staff learning, development, and role clarification.

  • Work closely with the Chief Talent Officer to recruit, select, retain and develop high quality Property Management staff.

  • Ensure that the Property Management department’s policies and processes are administered effectively, consistently, and in compliance with relevant laws and regulations and funder/investor requirements.

Facilities Management, Capital Improvements and Sustainability


  • Oversee the implementation of formal housing quality standards, a method for monitoring, and a system for addressing shortcomings.

  • Oversee, and collaborate with the Director of Asset Management, to plan and implement capital improvement projects across the portfolio.

  • Supervise and support the continuing reduction in use of energy resources through sustainability projects and practices throughout the portfolio.

Budget Management


  • Work closely with the Chief Financial Officer and the Director of Asset Management around all issues touching the portfolio’s long-term physical and financial sustainability from TNDC’s standpoint as a property owner.

  • Oversee the development and monitor the implementation of budgets for each existing property.

  • Ensure that net cash goals are met while service quality and housing affordability is sustained or enhanced.

  • Work with the Director of Housing Development to underwrite the development of new affordable housing projects.

  • Collaborate with the CEO to ensure that commercial properties align with TNDC’s vision and achieve financial goals.

CANDIDATE QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE

Education: An undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university is required. Master’s Degree in Public Administration, City and Regional Planning, Business Administration or a related field is preferred.

Experience:


  • Minimum of 10 years of increasingly responsible experience in the property management or a related field.

  • Seven years of experience supervising professional staff.

  • Demonstrated commitment to affordable housing or people with low incomes

  • Significant experience in affordable housing.

  • Significant experience in a non-profit organization.

  • Familiarity with HUD, Tax Credit and Housing Authority property operations and compliance.

  • Familiarity with the Tenderloin community and San Francisco government.

  • Demonstrated ability to speak a second language (Cantonese, Mandarin, Spanish, Tagalog, Russian).

Competencies/Attributes

The successful professional will have:


  • Demonstrated ability to lead through an inclusive, collaborative style that achieves outcomes.

  • Superior communication skills with an ability to articulate a clear and compelling vision and lead others to embrace and implement it.

  • Demonstrated ability to make effective external and internal presentations on complex topics that serve to represent the organization’s values and interests accurately and effectively.

  • Demonstrated ability to plan, manage and execute on complex budgets

  • Demonstrated ability to successfully implement an organizational change strategy that has demonstrably benefited organizational effectiveness.

  • Exceptional interpersonal skills, with the ability to develop effective working relationships with people from diverse demographic and cultural backgrounds.

  • Demonstrated ability to consistently execute sound and accurate judgment.

  • Demonstrated success in attracting, developing and retaining top talent.

  • Demonstrated ability to analyze and interpret complex situations with multiple variables, to define problems, analyze data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.

  • Advanced proficiency with MS suite.

  • Exceptional writing and mathematical skills.

  • The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job.

  • Work environment characteristics are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of the job. The employee works primarily in an office environment.

  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

COMPENSATION

TNDC is offering a competitive salary for this position that is commensurate with the experience level needed to effectively execute the CPO role for an organization of its size, budget, and complexity.

TNDC is an equal opportunity employer; it encourages diverse professionals actively consider this opportunity.

For more information regarding TNDC and the CPO position, please contact:

Sally CarlsonHeidi Holzhauer

Managing PartnerPartner

415.433.2299 direct 707.963.1250 direct

415.203.5259 mobile 415.298.6659 mobile

sally@carlsonbeck.comheidi@carlsonbeck.com

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Position Summary

The Jewish Community Center of the East Bay and the Contra Costa Jewish Community Center are seeking an experienced Program Manager who is familiar with Contra Costa and Eastern Alameda County communities, and has experience curating and producing a variety of programs and events. The position of Public Programs Manager will oversee a diverse array of public programs and community events, from creative adult, cultural and social events to annual Jewish holiday programs to vacation camps, hosted in various Contra Costa and Eastern Alameda communities. This person will be responsible for curating and executing memorable, warm, and seamlessly produced and events. The Program Manager will offer inspiring, meaningful, and relevant experiences to the Contra Costa and Eastern Alameda community. This position will be an employee of the JCC East Bay but will work closely teams from both JCC’s will have an office in Berkeley but will spend a large portion of time in Contra Costa County, where programming and services will take place.

Program Vision


  • Fosters community through highly developed, intellectually appealing, and creative events for adults of all ages

  • Works collaboratively with program staff and other stakeholders in envisioning and building programs; carry the vision through to detailed execution.

  • Develop and implement long-term goals and objectives to achieve the successful outcome of the program

  • Develop an annual budget and operating plan to support the program

  • Develop a program evaluation framework to assess the strengths of the program and to identify areas for improvement

  • Designs an annual calendar of adult and Jewish holiday programs

  • Creates compelling program descriptions and leads promotional efforts for public programs and community holiday events

  • Designs major community holiday programs in partnership with internal staff and organizational partners

Program Coordination


  • Oversees the program content and operational logistics in the development and implementation of all programming.

  • Involves new stakeholders, generates increased audience and press, and enhances the visibility of Jewish Life

  • Builds and grows partnerships/collaborations

  • Establishes relationships with other organizations and partners; looks for opportunities for collaboration

  • Coordinates contracts, venues, logistics and speakers

  • Tracks program participation and feedback

  • Ensure programs are within departmental budget

Personnel Management


  • Ensure all staff members receive orientation and appropriate training in accordance with organizational standards

  • Supervise program staff by providing direction, input and feedback

  • Communicate with input to improve the program

  • Liaise with other managers to ensure the effective and efficient program delivery

  • Cultivates, manages and trains all volunteer and hourly event staff

  • Coordinates logistics with all artists, speakers and outside vendors

Experience


  • 3+ years’ experience with content-based program development

  • Strong understanding of arts and culture in the Alameda and Contra Costa County

  • Experience planning and executing large-scale events

  • Experience working with different stakeholders including venues, non-profit partners, etc.

  • Excellent writing, public speaking and communication skills

  • Excellent organizational skills and interpersonal skills

  • Ability to thrive in a busy, fast-paced environment and be adept at setting and managing timelines to accomplish goals

  • Flexible, collaborative working style

  • Ability to look at the big picture and search for insightful, creative solutions

  • Available for evening and weekend programs with schedule flexibility

Desirable Qualifications


  1. Experience working in the nonprofit sector

  2. Experience working with high-level volunteers, donors, and community stakeholders

  3. Experience in communications, marketing, or external relations

  4. Familiar with Contra Costa and Alameda County

Disclaimer

This job description is not meant to be an all-inclusive statement of every duty and responsibility which will ever be required of an employee in this position, however, the employee will be held responsible for all duties assigned.

Hiring Process

If you are an interested candidate, please describe in a cover letter why you are uniquely qualified for this position and attach a resume. Please note the specific job title in your subject line of your email.

Send cover letter and resume as attachments to: sarahwr@jcceastbay.org

Please note: Prior to confirming your employment, you will be required to pass a fingerprint Live Scan and provide recent proof of a negative TB test.

Please no calls.

The JCC East Bay is an Equal Opportunity Employer and makes employment decisions on the basis of merit. JCC East Bay policy prohibits unlawful discrimination in accordance with federal, state, and local laws. The JCC East Bay complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act and is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities. If you require particular accommodations during the application and interview process, please inform us of your needs so that we can provide accordingly.

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  WaterNow is a nonprofit network of water utility leaders dedicated to achieving high impact, widespread adoption of sustainable water solutions in the U.S. West and nationwide. We work with communities to facilitate the transition to a resilient and secure water future, bringing innovative solutions to scale. We are developing a network of community leadership and partners to address policy and financial barriers, identify success stories, and design demonstration projects to support the growth of sustainable water strategies that work for communities and the environment. With offices in San Francisco’s Presidio community, WaterNow is an independent operating division of Multiplier, formerly known as the Trust for Conservation Innovation, a nationally recognized nonprofit with a growing portfolio of innovative initiatives that conserve and protect a sustainable and resilient world (www.multiplier.org)    

Position: Communications & Outreach Manager   

The Communications & Outreach Manager will manage WaterNow Alliance’s digital and traditional communications, messaging functions, and activities, lead membership recruitment and outreach, and expand our online presence and role as a thought leader. The Manager is responsible for designing and developing numerous presentations, creating online and print content, and stewarding organization-wide communications planning and dissemination of materials. In close collaboration with other team members, the Manager will share lead responsibility for one of WaterNow’s most critical mission-driven activities: engaging, activating, and expanding WaterNow Alliance’s membership (currently about 400 water leaders in 31 states nationwide). Website management, content design, social media, public speaking, and partner management are also key components of this position.    

Specific job responsibilities include:    


  1. Managing, updating and keeping vibrant and current WNA’s two primary websites  https://waternow.org/ and https://tapin.waternow.org/ 

  2. Establishing and tracking key website and outreach performance metrics 

  3. Designing and developing conference and event presentations, including Prezi and PowerPoint decks 

  4. Managing WNA membership recruitment and retention to reach annual growth goals 

  5. Supervising maintenance and growth of WNA’s salesforce database 

  6. Designing and managing all digital and print outreach and attendance recruitment for WNA events, including an annual Summit, workshops, webcasts, and other engagement activities 

  7. Managing WaterNow’s Editorial Calendar including monthly e-newsletters, alerts, blogs 

  8. Managing outreach to potential partners and building WNA’s organizational network 

  9. Managing a variety of social media channels, including Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin to raise visibility, bring in members and partners, and increase awareness of our work and the benefits of sustainable water solutions broadly  

  10. Identifying opportunities to elevate WaterNow Alliance through traditional media by researching news and information relevant to WaterNow’s various audiences and connecting current issues and topics to WNA’s work  

  11. Building relationships with the media and engaging with press, bloggers, and key influencers 

  12. Drafting and pitching opinion editorials as appropriate 

  13. Providing communications support for WNA’s substantive policy and project work including drafting and designing informational handouts and briefs 

  14. Supporting fundraising and program initiatives as appropriate   

The Ideal Candidate   

 · You are a skilled and savvy communications generalist with a solid reputation for comprehensively building brand visibility and have a strong background in engagement and outreach. With a thorough knowledge of the key elements of online and offline communications, you feel at home in a lean nonprofit work environment and are looking for an opportunity to own and grow all communications and outreach functions.   

 · You are also an excellent written and verbal communicator skilled with digital media platforms, presentation preparation, online community building and traditional media relations. You have very strong technical skills and are comfortable working across a full range of communication and outreach tasks from strategic planning to media relations to presentation development to database management. You are also an energetic self-starter, skilled multi-tasker, and creative problem solver.    

· This isn’t just a job; it’s mission critical work that is personally important to you. You are passionate about our planet and the ecosystems and communities it supports. You believe that sustainable water solutions are integral to fostering a healthy and resilient planet for future generations, and your passion shines through in your day-to-day work, your relationships with your colleagues, and your engagement with your partners.       

Specific Candidate Requirements    

· 4-year Bachelor’s degree with 5-7 years relevant work experience in communications/PR, organizing, and/or outreach and recruitment; Master’s degree preferred.  

· Outstanding writing/editing skills with the ability to synthesize complex information for a variety of audiences. 

· Excellent verbal communication and presentation skills  

· Experience with strategic communication planning 

 · Experience with organizing and/or recruitment and engagement strategy 

· Strong proficiency with social media platforms and online community building – both from a technical and content standpoint  

· Experience with Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn audience targeting, promotions, and advertising  

· Strong technical proficiency with MailChimp, Salesforce, and other CRM technology. WordPress and basic HTML, Squarespace, MS Office Suite, including Excel & Powerpoint; Adobe Design Suite, significant experience with Google Analytics and SEO.  

· Ability to be a quick study in grasping unfamiliar content areas  

· Highly collaborative style; desire and ability to thrive on a shared services team  

· Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to build rapport and be effective with a variety of personalities people with differing points of view  

· Strong work ethic, commitment to excellence; demonstrated ability to meet deadlines consistently; strong attention to detail & organizational skills  

· Commitment to environmental sustainability, WaterNow Alliance mission    Candidates with water utility, municipal and/or water policy backgrounds will be given particular attention.    

  Salary and Benefits Starting salary range for this full-time position is $70,000-$85,000 and is accompanied by a comprehensive benefits package that includes employer-paid health, vision, dental, short- and long-term disability, voluntary life, commuter benefits and employer-matched retirement contributions. Intangible benefits include a highly collaborative work environment that is easily accessible via public transportation, and a strong and well-respected team to support your work.  

Applications    

Please provide a resume and compelling cover letter that describes your interest in this position, your relevant qualifications and experience, and your availability and your salary requirements (please don’t just say “negotiable”). Please also submit a brief writing sample written entirely by you and a PowerPoint presentation designed entirely by you. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Applications can be sent to jobs@waternow.org. We’re a small team and politely request no follow-up calls or emails.    

Multiplier and WaterNow celebrate diversity and are committed to building teams and partnerships that represent a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. Multiplier and WaterNow are also committed to providing an environment of mutual respect that is free from discrimination and harassment. Multiplier and WaterNow prohibit discrimination in their governance, programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, political beliefs, reprisal, marital status, amnesty, status as a covered veteran, because all or part of an individual’s income is derived from public assistance, or for any other non-merit based factor.     

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PRC’s mission is to help people affected by HIV/AIDS, substance use, or mental health issues better realize opportunities by providing integrated legal, social, and health services that address the broad range of social risk factors that impact wellness and limit potential.

Job Title: Staff Attorney- Equal Access to Healthcare Program

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The Staff Attorney of the Equal Access to Healthcare Program provides legal representation and consultation to low-income clients with HIV and/or mental health issues to access public disability income, as well as healthcare benefits through Medi-Cal, Covered California, State Office of AIDS programs, Medicare, etc. Additional populations served include LGBTQ, homeless and/or at risk of homelessness, non-English speaking, and other at-risk communities.


  • Assessment: Performs individual assessment of needs related to healthcare access and disability benefits. Helps identify and assist in breaking barriers to public benefits, including Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)/Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Medi-Cal, Medicare, private insurance through Covered California, AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP), Office of AIDS Health Insurance Premium Payment (OA-HIPP), etc. Works with clients using a Harm Reduction approach.

  • Benefits Advocacy: Provides direct legal assistance and representation to clients. Helps clients apply for public benefits (SSI/SSDI, CAPI, etc.) and/or handles other healthcare access and benefits-related issues. Performs intakes and conducts outreach to engage and re-engage clients in the pursuit of disability benefits and/or healthcare access. Advocates for clients through the claims process, including negotiating with the Social Security Administration, Medi-Cal, Medicare, private insurance, Covered CA, Office of AIDS, and other programs/entities as required. Files appropriate paperwork and develops/obtains supporting evidence.

  • Hearings: Prepares cases for appeal and appears before Administrative Law Judges or other judicial bodies. Files documents for appeals process. Develops/obtains supporting evidence. Performs legal research. Writes pre- and post-hearings legal briefs. Prepares clients for testimony. Represent clients at hearings. Cross-examines experts. Appeals unfavorable decisions.

  • File Management: Creates and maintains confidential client files detailing documents and laws/policies reviewed, correspondences prepared on behalf of the client, and case progress. Updates and maintains client records in case management and billing databases.

  • Training & Community Engagement: Conducts consumer and provider trainings/outreach on topics related to public disability benefits, healthcare access, health care reform, Medicare, Medi-Cal, Covered California, etc. Participates in community meetings and forums.

  • Policy Analysis: Identifies and analyzes healthcare issues affecting people living with HIV/AIDS and other vulnerable populations at the local, state and federal levels. Produces and presents reports.

  • Special Projects: Assists with special projects as necessary.

· Active member of the California State Bar required.


  • Two (2) years of public benefits or healthcare advocacy experience preferred.

  • Ability in maintaining computer databases on a regular basis with minimal supervision.

  • Familiarity with mental health issues, HIV/AIDS, and state and federal laws regarding disability benefits (SSI, SSDI, OA-HIPP, ADAP, Covered California, Medi-Cal, Medicare, etc.) preferred.

· Ability to be sensitive to and work well with low-income individuals, people with psychiatric disabilities, people living with HIV/AIDS, people of color, active drug users, people with a history of homelessness or incarceration, and people in the LGBT community essential.


  • Ability to work effectively with service providers.

  • Knowledge of Harm Reduction theory and practice as applied to legal services preferred.

· Bilingual and bicultural (Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin, Arabic, Vietnamese or Russian) highly desirable.

Full-time exempt position. Competitive salary plus medical, dental, short/long term disability, life insurance, employer matching contributions to 403(b) retirement, Bar dues, and professional development.

Submit a resume and cover letter to: PRC, Attn. Beth Mazie 170 9 Street, San Francisco, CA 94103; or email HumanResources@prcsf.org. Please include Job Code: “EAHPSA519” in the subject line of your email, when applying.


People living with HIV/AIDS or other disabilities, people of color and people who are bilingual/bicultural are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Peace Action is the largest grassroots peace and disarmament organization in the country. We are currently working towards a diplomatic solution with North Korea, restricting arms sales and support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen, and working to ease tensions with Iran and Venezuela.  Peace Action is looking for people with all levels of political organizing experience to connect with our 100,000 supporters and members on the phone, advance our peace agenda, and rebuild the peace movement. Flexible daytime and evening hours. Women, People of Color and LGBTQ people strongly encouraged to apply. Strong interest in peace issues is a plus. Please attach a cover letter explaining what draws you to this organization.

to find out more about our organization visit www.peaceaction.org

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