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JOB TITLE: Bilingual Volunteer & Community Hub Specialist

CLASSIFICATION: Part-time, Non-Exempt

HOURS: 20 hours per week, Weekend and Occasional Evening Hours Required

SALARY: $20 Per Hour; Competitive Benefits Package

REPORTS TO: Community Care Manager


LandPaths seeks an individual with a passion for building a diverse, healthy and whole community connected with the land. The ideal candidate is driven, energetic and creative; excels in an active work environment, is committed to equity in access to nature, and loves the outdoors. The Volunteer & Community Hub Specialist will provide day-to-day implementation of: LandPaths’ volunteer program to support volunteerism across all LandPaths’ work; TrekSonoma, a multi-day adventure, walking, biking or paddling across areas of the County, and; community enjoyment of LandPaths’ preserves and properties we manage to cultivate these places as “community hubs.” The Volunteer & Community Hub Specialist is responsible for responding to numerous inquiries ranging from interested volunteers, to potential Trek participants, and individual and group interest in visiting LandPaths’ preserves and properties. The Volunteer & Community Hub Specialist will support additional activities and events that cultivate connections with nature and each other, such as monthly pot-lucks, annual signature celebrations, and a volunteer thank you event. The Volunteer & Community Hub Specialist will represent LandPaths during volunteer activities, and participate in other community building events in a manner that builds collaboration with individuals, corporate groups, and the broader community.

The Volunteer & Community Hub Specialist will be a member of the Community Care Initiative dedicated to strengthening our shared purpose to steward the land, collectively celebrate its beauty, and renew and inspire awe. The Volunteer & Community Hub Specialist is responsible for knowing and implementing volunteer best practices and providing reflections on the effectiveness of the program and the volunteer experience. TrekSonoma responsibilities represent approximately ten percent of work hours, with seasonal variation.


  • Become trained on specific volunteer program, community hub, and TrekSonoma goals, approaches and methods;

  • Respond to public inquiries regarding volunteering, TrekSonoma and experiencing LandPaths preserves and properties;

  • Facilitate safe, responsible, fulfilling enjoyment of LandPaths preserves, gathering documentation and insurance, and communicating logistics to outside parties, partners and organizations;

  • Become knowledgeable and conversant in all aspects of LandPaths’ mission, strategic plan, preserves and community programs;

  • Develop and deepen through active listening and mutual understanding, relationships to engage and expand volunteer participation, advancing LandPaths’ goals;

  • Work as part of team across programs to facilitate a clear and consistent volunteer program, ensuring that volunteers and staff know what is expected and complete all necessary paperwork;

  • Foster a culture of volunteer empowerment, maintaining a welcoming environment for volunteers and creating meaningful volunteer experiences;

  • Track volunteer needs across the organization and coordinate with volunteer groups and interns to meet those needs;

  • Recruit and orient volunteers, through activities such as tabling, presenting to potential volunteer groups, screening, interviewing, and orienting volunteers;

  • Support volunteer retention by coordinating data tracking of volunteer hours and impact across organization and organizing volunteer recognition—gifts, perks, events, and other potential ways to support and encourage volunteers;

  • Coordinate TrekSonoma logistics including: calendar postings, registration, and communication with registrants pre-trek;

  • Communicate with corporate and other community partners to cultivate ongoing positive relationships.


A successful candidate will likely have experience as a volunteer or working with volunteers, including the following qualifications:

  • A genuine passion for equity in access to nature;

  • Experience with volunteers;

  • Comfort and confidence in the outdoors, both alone and with groups;

  • Experience leading groups;

  • Detail oriented, well organized;

  • Strong communication skills: articulate with proven ability to write effectively and speak persuasively, willing to have difficult conversations to build community;

  • Event coordination experience

  • Bi-lingual and/or having a significant cross-cultural experience or understanding;

  • HS diploma or equivalent, some college and or relevant work experience.


A successful candidate will embrace LandPaths’ values and culture, including the following:

  • Align with LandPaths’ values, inclusive of our commitment to fairness and equity;

  • Curious; enjoys learning and supporting the work of others;

  • Works best in busy work environment, managing multiple variables with divergent goals;

  • Flexible;

  • Enjoys contributing to a positive work environment; and,

  • Committed to growing community with nature.


This is a part-time position. Pay for this position begins at $20 per hour, and includes a benefits package.


Interested applicants should send a BRIEF AND SPECIFIC cover letter and resume to LandPaths ~ attn: HR, 618 4th Street, Suite 217, Santa Rosa, CA 95404 or Deadline to apply is Wednesday, July 31.

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Looking to work for a company that has a heartwarming mission? That changes and empowers the lives of adults with developmental disabilities? Are you someone that is patient, compassionate and respectful of people who need a little extra help serving as a positive role model for them?

If so, then North Bay Industries might be the place for you! NBI has successfully been empowering the lives of our clients since 1968. We are currently hiring for an Activity Instructor in our licensed activity day program serving adults with developmental disabilities. You would be conducting daily scheduled group activities, implementing program curriculum and providing coverage for job sites learning all functions required by the host employer. NBI offers Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Vacation and Sick time.

Job hours are Monday - Friday, 8:15am to 3:15pm. Previous experience working with adults with disabilities is highly desirable.


All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, or national origin.

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Supercuts-Windsor is seeking licensed cosmetologists.

We offer:

• Clients

• Excellent income (Guaranteed wage, tips, commissions)

• Continued education

• Career opportunity to grow

• Supportive team environment

What we look in a candidate:

• Team player - Positive attitude

• Reliable and accountable

• Provide quality hair service and is always willing to learn

• Excellent customer service and communication skill

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Early mornings, Monday - Friday prep work.  Main responsibility is salad bar prep, slicing meats and cheese for deli line, vendor check in and product put away.  We are looking for a responsible early morning person that takes pride in helping to serve a fresh product.  All major holidays and weekends off.  Must be available  5am to 2pm 


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The mission of the Community Child Care Council of Sonoma County (4Cs) is to inspire our community to support the well being of every child and to improve the quality and availability of child care in our community.

The Community Child Care Council (4Cs) is looking for an outstanding individual to work with the Director of Center Programs to support the successful management of all aspects of the Preschool Child Development Center Based Programs. In collaboration with the Director of Center Programs, The Assistant Director of Center Programs oversees department staff supervision and training, as well as program development, implementation, planning, and evaluation. Key to this position is the delivery of high quality preschool and child development to children served in the 4Cs centers, based on the guidelines and requirements of the California Department of Education, Early Learning and Care Division.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

* With the Director of Center Programs, ensure compliance with all program regulations and funding terms and conditions, including audit/review regulations and guidelines.

* Assist the Director of Center Programs in coordinating and ensuring timely submission of department program reports to CA Early Learning and Care Division and other funders.

* In collaboration with the Director of Center Programs, develop department administrative materials, policies, and procedures in alignment with agency goals and policies.

* Maintain and update Center Parent Handbook and Site Supervisor Handbook.

* Support the supervision, planning, and implementation of a developmentally appropriate program to encourage individual children’s growth and needs for success in Kindergarten.

* Act as a resource person for center staff in the areas of curriculum development, child assessments, staff development, and parent education.

* Ensure that ongoing and appropriate staff training and development are provided.

* Provide coaching, guidance, and support to Site Supervisors in the areas of staff performance, center management, and program outreach.

* Assist in the development and implementation of annual program self-evaluation and quality assurance monitoring.

* In conjunction with fellow leadership staff, develop and monitor annual department and program budgets.

* Collaboratively work with leadership staff and center programs to outreach for clients, develop center reputations, and educate the community about the importance of early care and education.

* Assist in the preparation, implementation, and evaluation of annual department goals and objectives with department staff.

* In conjunction with the Director of Center Programs, prepare monthly report on department activities and statistics for the agency Board of Directors.

* Provide and ensure excellent leadership in the department, including but not limited to, having a friendly and approachable tone of voice and body language, returning phone calls within twenty four hours of receipt of the call, and maintaining positive, respectful interactions with others.

* Serve on the 4Cs Management Team.

* Delegated authority in the absence of Director of Center Programs.

Skills and Qualifications:

* Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or related field.

* Child Development Center Program Director Permit or other acceptable alternative degree or experience.

* Minimum five years administrative and supervisory experience, including budget oversight.

* Knowledge of current trends in parenting, child care and child development (ERS, QRIS, DRDP, ASQ).

* Strong leadership and people skills with ability to hire, train, coach, and motivate staff.

* Excellent verbal and written communication skills, bilingual desired.

* Ability to work with persons from various social, cultural, economic, and educational backgrounds.

* Effective writing skills, with experience creating proposals and reports.

* Strong organizational skills and high level of attention to detail.

* Demonstrated proficiency with computer technology, tablets, Microsoft Office Programs, internet, and data analysis.

* Must meet all relevant funding and licensing requirements (CA CCL, Title 22, Title 5).

* Health clearance by physician; ability to fulfill physical requirements of the job including: lifting up to 50 pounds; range of movement including squatting, bending, reaching, sitting and standing.

* Criminal record clearance (Livescan).

* Current certification in CPR and Pediatric First Aid. Training completed in preventative health practices, mandated reporter, and CCL child care center operations and record keeping orientation.

* Proof of current Immunizations (MMR, Pertussis, Influenza). TB clearance.

* Local travel required. Must have an insured automobile and a valid California Driver’s License.

To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume.

About us: The Community Child Care Council is a non-profit agency providing services in Sonoma County for over 45 years. We are family friendly and flexible--a great place to work! 6 time winner of the North Bay Business Journal's Best Places to Work.

For more information visit our website 

We are an equal opportunity employer: It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunity to all applicants and employees. 4Cs will not allow discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, ancestry, national origin, age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, political affiliation, veteran status, medical condition, physical or mental disability, or any other factor rendered unlawful by federal, state or local law. 

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Palooza Brewery & Gastro in Kenwood, CA is looking for one busser to join our 29 person strong team. We are located on 8910 Sonoma Hwy. Our ideal candidate is attentive, motivated, and reliable.


  • Clear tables of dishes, cups, utensils and drinkware after each customer *Reset tables filling napkins and condiments when needed *Refill drinks as necessary *Maintain a clean and sanitary bussing station Qualifications

  • Ability to communicate and listen to team members and guests *Dedication to working as a team towards one goal *Great customer service skills *Experience as a busser is a plus We are looking forward to hearing from you.

Available shifts and compensation: We have available shifts all days of the week. Compensation is $15.00 - $22.00/hour.

About Palooza Brewery & Gastro: Palooza Brewery & Gastropub is a neighborhood gathering place, a relaxed and friendly environment where wonderfully flavored, thoughtfully sourced food and drinks bring friends and family together.

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Work at a beautiful, upscale Independent Retirement Community in Napa!

We currently have an opening for a Dining Room Manager (Full time)

This is an Exempt position.

Benefits Include: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K Matched Retirement Plan, Vacation, Sick & Holiday Pay, Free lunches, Employee/Family Scholarship Assistance Program, Career Advancement Opportunities, Employee Referral Bonuses, Training, Paid Uniforms, Public Transportation Reimbursement, Fitness and Pool accessible to Employees!


The Dining Manager ensures the smooth operation of the dining rooms. To direct, supervise, and coordinate staff during meal service. To oversee and address resident needs and concerns immediately. To aid in management tasks to ensure the success of all dining operations.


Degree in food & beverage management preferred but not required.

Have at least 2+ years’ experience in management.

Current Alcohol Servers Permit and Food Handlers Card.

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At CJLC, we work with students K-12 after school at our office on the west side of Petaluma. We have binders prepped with lessons tailored for each student.

We are looking for friendly, kind people with strong math skills.

This is a part-time employment position, not a 1099 contract.

Contact us with your resume pasted into the body of your email.

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Jams Joy Bungalow is hiring Full-time & part-time position.

Food prep in commissary kitchen near SSU. Work can be done in am or pm, must be able to work independently, clean and quickly. Following recipes and filling pars for a foodtruck and small cafe. Very competitive pay.

Full-time food truck worker in Sonoma County. Lunches, concerts, festivals. Quick service in a tight space. Great food. Must be able to prep, load, serve, unload and clean the truck. Able to lift at 40 pounds. Personable in dealing with customers. Willing & confidant to drive 24’ truck, able to be insured. Competitive pay and great tips.

Part-time barista at small grab and go cafe in Sebastopol. Minimum food preparation. Competitive pay and tips.

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All levels of experience will be considered

Training available to the right individuals

Year round work opportunity

Availability to work weekdays, weekends, holidays, and evenings

1-3 shifts per week

Most shifts 4:30PM-7PM

Competitive pay

Apply in person

Valley Orchards Retirement Community

2100 E. Washington Street, Petaluma

Please call Judy (707)778-6030 M-F 10AM-3PM

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Gold Rush Jewelers is looking for that special someone who is self-motivated, flexible, easy going and likes a creative work environment. Gold Rush Jewelers is looking for that special someone who is self-motivated, flexible, easy going and likes a creative work environment. We have jewelry stores in San Rafael, Novato, Santa Rosa, Petaluma, Rohnert Park . We are looking for someone to work in one of our Sonoma County stores.

We are a looking for front end help/sales/management position. We prefer applicants have jewelry related experience working in a retail environment but we will train the right person. Computer skills are necessary. We will train the right person.

We are a looking for front end help/sales/management position. We prefer applicants have jewelry related experience working in a retail environment but we will train the right person. Computer skills are necessary. We will train the right person.

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Tiny Treasures Preschool is in need of a full or Part time

 "Preschool Two's Teacher"   at our Montecito Blvd. location.

This position requires at least 6 Early Childhood Education units (a must), and CPR/First Aide certification (or willing to get it), fingerprint clearance.

We offer paid holidays, sick/vacation time, competitive pay and lots of fun!! We have a set curriculum so you have more time to teach and interact with the kids and less time trying to prep for the next day. You will also have your own classroom and have the opportunity to create and implement your fun ideas as well as teach our daily lessons.

At Tiny Treasures Preschool, we believe that self-esteem is the critical component to optimal growth in young children. In order for a child to develop high self-esteem we focus on developing the socialization and self-help skills needed to succeed in other areas of development. Children at Tiny Treasures are given the opportunity to explore, experiment and create in a safe and nurturing environment.

Please email beth@tinytreasurespreschool or call Beth #707-481-0127


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Springfield Place is looking for part-time Receptionist/Night Attendant to join our team! Night Attendants are responsible for the front desk duties in addition to carrying out some light housekeeping tasks. The successful candidate will initiate a friendly and professional atmosphere for all residents and visitors in the community.

Our Receptionists greet all visitors to the community, answer and direct phone calls. They maintain resident emergency data summaries, phone logs, emergency procedures manual, resident sign-in/sign-out logs, guest sign-in books and other documentation specified by management.

The successful candidate has or can get CPR certified. Night Attendants arrange for food trays as necessary and provide wake-up calls for our residents upon request. The ideal candidate for this position is flexible, thrives at being part of a fast-paced operation, works well with others, demonstrates and maintains a positive attitude with all contacts, and has a passion for helping seniors.

If you have a strong desire to apply for a rewarding position, please apply today!

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Our Assisted Living community is in search of experienced and compassionate Med Techs and Caregivers who understand the importance of meeting the needs of residents while helping them maintain a high quality of life. We are looking for committed individuals who have good communication skills and can problem solve on the spot. Our caregivers have a reputation for being cheerful and receptive as they assist our residents with medication management, and care. We are seeking associates who would be a great fit with our team.

· Take vital signs

· Keeps records and monitors residents' condition

· Reports any problems to the Supervising nurse

· Places orders with pharmacy/ monitors back up medications

· Provides support to residents and healthcare professionals

· Distribute medications to residents under the supervision of a licensed nurse

· Monitor resident’s medications and update health charts


We offer competitive pay, great benefits, bonus opportunities and flexible schedules. You will work in a Senior Living community that sets the standard for quality, hospitality, and professionalism. If you have a strong desire to work in a rewarding atmosphere, please apply today!

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Spatini is currently looking for a manicurist and or lash artist . Our busy little salon would love an add hard working motivated independent contractor .  

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CLASSIFICATION:  Non-exempt, Hourly  

DEPARTMENT:  Nutrition Services 

ACCOUNTABILITY:  Reports Head chef     

PRIMARY FUNCTION: Clean all dishes, pots and pans from the central kitchen. 

SHIFT: Mon-Fri 12 pm-5 pm  


Work is performed in the kitchen. Involves lifting, bending and stooping. Interacts primarily with kitchen employees.   


  1. Operate automatic dish machine. 

  2. Clean and sanitize all pots, pans and dishes. 

  3. Sanitize dishwashing area. 

  4. Remove waste from dish room and kitchen. 

  5. Pre-soak and assist with cleaning of re-usable trays. 

  6. Assist other kitchen staff when needed. 

  7. Follow all safety and sanitation practices.  

  8. Complete daily and weekly tasks as listed on position sanitation sheets. 9. Record temperature and sanitizer PPM on appropriate form. 

  9. Assist with home-delivered meal pack-up when needed   


  1. Other duties as assigned by Head chef 

  2. May assist in food preparation.   

QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge, skills, abilities and experience. May include physical demands, education, licenses or certifications. 


· Ability to follow instructions. 

· Ability to bend, stoop and lift 40 pounds. 

· Ability to work as a part of a team.   

:  Bilingual English/Spanish.  

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We are currently looking for new seasonal staff members for Sonoma State Historic Park and Petaluma Adobe State Historic Park. 

Visitor Service park aides collect and account for park entry fees, answer questions from the visiting public, give directions, explain park rules and regulations, assist with public information and education, light housekeeping, work 8 hours per shift, usually from about 9:30-5:30, work approx. 24-40 hours per week, must be available to work weekdays, weekends and holidays. This is a uniformed position.  Employee will have to purchase and maintain Dept. of Parks & Recreation uniform. Pay is starting at $12/hour with max pay of $13.74

Park Interpretive specialists will do similar work a the visitor services park aide, but have an additional interpretive function to their job.  They will give tours to the public, including 4th grade school tours.  They will assist the Interpreter I with projects and assist with Special events.  They may take on additional projects and programs as assigned by the Interpreter and Supervising Ranger.  Must have a bachelor's degree or higher.   Work 8 hours per shift, usually from about 9:30-5:30, work approx. 24-40 hours per week, must be available to work weekdays, weekends and holidays. This is a uniformed position.  Employee will have to purchase and maintain Dept. of Parks & Recreation uniform. Pay is starting at $13.04/hour with max pay of $15.81. 

To apply, fill out Standard Form 678, available at any California State Parks office, or online at

Send completed applications to Supervising Ranger Rob Pickett, 20 East Spain Street, Sonoma, CA 95476, or by fax to (707)938-1406, or attach as cover letter via Localwise. 

Application must be received no later than May 3, 2019. Please specify which position you are interested in. Interviews will be held during the week of May 6th. Thanks for your interest in CA State Parks.

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Want to work somewhere you can make a difference?  

Do you enjoy helping others? 

Do you like to drive?

If you answered YES to these questions then NOW is the time to join  the Volunteer Center! 

Flexible Schedule, great for students or stay at home parents. 

He have full and part-time shifts available days, nights, and weekends. 

Great opportunity to earn some extra money and work for an organization which benefits our community! 

Check us out at

 About the Agency:

For almost fifty years, the Volunteer Center has proudly served as the hub of support for the entire community: from individuals to businesses, to our local non-profits, we continue to make a heartfelt difference in Sonoma County.  Connecting volunteers for a vibrant community is our mission and we do that in a variety of key programs: The Human Race, Secret Santa, Volunteer Wheels, Resource Center for Non-Profits, Court Referral Program, Greener Earth Together, and Desserts, Purses & Cocktails.  More information about these programs, board members and general operations may be found on our website

Summary and Objective:

The Volunteer Wheels Paratransit Driver is responsible for driving a paratransit vehicle and assisting disabled, frail and elderly clients on and off the vehicle.  Drivers will handle clients in wheelchairs and operate wheelchair lifts and ramps on a daily basis.  Due to the nature of our community involvement and clientele, the Volunteer Wheels Paratransit Driver position requires a flexible schedule.  Drivers must thrive in a challenging work environment, enjoy making a difference in the lives of senior citizens and persons with disabilities, communicate with integrity and grace while under pressure, and enjoy working within a team culture.

Position Type/Expected Hours of Work/Travel: Volunteer Wheels is a seven-day a week operation.  The Paratransit Driver position is available both full-time and part-time, seven days a week.  Schedules may vary. Operations are Monday through Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm; Saturday and Sunday 8:45am – 5:00pm.  

What your day will look like:

 · Take pride in making a huge difference in the lives of others

 · Drive a 25 foot vehicle to all cities in Sonoma County

 · Board clients on/off paratransit vehicles

 · Operate a wheelchair lift, using four point securement processes for clients in wheelchairs

 · Assist senior citizens and people with disabilities door-to-door

 · Regular communication with office dispatching staff

 · Be appreciated as critical member of the Volunteer Wheels team

What we are looking for in you:

· Over 21 years of age

 · Pass a Department of Transportation pre-employment physical and drug test

 · Valid Class B or Class C driver’s license

 · Clean DMV – H6 report and insurable at normal risk rates

 · Real desire to work with the general public, senior citizens, persons with disabilities (previous experience a plus)

 · Willing to drive 200+ miles per day in company vehicle (previous driving experience a plus)

 · Excellent sense of directions and do not get lost easily

 · Problem solve on the fly

 · Excellent communication

 · Basic math skills for fare collection and reconciliation

 · Complete paperwork accurately

 · Enjoy being a team player


• High School Diploma/GED required

• Possess a valid State of California Class B or C driver’s license (CDL)

• Have an acceptable Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) H-6 report and insurability at normal risk rates

• Thorough knowledge of traffic laws and defensive driving techniques

• Ability to safely drive various vehicles under varying weather conditions

• Willingness to drive up to 200+ miles per day

• Successfully complete a pre-employment Department of Transportation (DOT) drug test and physical

• Ongoing compliance with Department of Transportation FTA required drug screening

• Successfully complete a safety road test administered by center (post-hire)

• Familiarity with geographical area and the ability to read street maps and GPS

• Achieve and maintain CPR and First Aid certification

• Sensitivity and compassion for elderly and physically and/or emotionally disabled individuals

• Ability to use good judgment and work independently

• Flexibility and willingness to work for and with a variety of people

• Experience working with elderly and disabled desired

• Knowledge of HIPAA rules and regulations desired

• Volunteer or community service experience desired

 Essential Functions:

• Assist passengers on and off vehicles

• Ensure the safety of disabled or frail clients by providing appropriate physical support

• Push, pull and steer large wheelchairs up and down ramps

• Operate wheelchair lifts and properly secure wheelchairs in vehicles

• Accurately record and maintain paperwork

• Communicate using a two-way radio system

• Promptly report vehicle repair needs

• Demonstrate a positive, open and support attitude to clients and co-workers

• Participate in ongoing staff development for Volunteer Wheels personnel

• Attend and participate in regular Volunteer Center all staff meetings

 Work Environment:

Drivers operate specially equipped Paratransit vehicles to numerous locations in a variety of road and weather conditions. While performing the duties of this job the employee is exposed to wet, humid, and dry conditions, fumes, airborne particles, and other caustic chemicals, vibrations, loud noises and other conditions times per day.

 Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit, talk and hear. The employee is constantly required to use hands and fingers to feel, handle or operate objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl and walk. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus. The ability to push wheelchair bound clients up and down ramps, and to assist and support disabled and frail clients is required.  

Equal Opportunity: Volunteer Center of Sonoma County is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.  

To be considered for an open Paratransit Driver position you must: Review our website to ensure that the services we offer, our mission, and values are a good match with yours.  Send an email to, with a subject heading DRIVER; attach your resume and cover letter specifying your salary requirements.

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Juice Barista/ Crew Member $20hr Avg - Flexible (santa rosa)  

Organic Juice Bar & Cafe has juicer position available NOW.

Flexible hours and days 12-34 hours per week.  Morning, Afternoon shifts available.

Positive personality and clean appearance required.

Must be responsible, hard worker, fast learner, detail oriented,  multi-task capable, reliable and have excellent customer service skills and able to follow a recipe. Prefer someone that lives a healthy lifestyle.

Must be able to lift 30-40 lbs regularly throughout shift.

Able to bend, stand, lift and reach throughout your shift.

Prefer someone with kitchen prep experience but willing to train the right person.

Starting salary $13.00-$15.00 per hour + tips (employees are averaging $5-6 per hour in tips per shift)

Bring in your resume with references to:

Juice On The Square

1305 Cleveland Ave


Santa Rosa, CA 95401

Walk-in only!     

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HOUSEKEEPING OPPORTUNITIES- Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn and Spa

Compensation: $15.75/hour plus potential gratuities and extra credits, Full Time roles include Medical, Dental, Vision insurance and 401K

  • Room Attendant

  • House Attendant

First impressions are everything! As a member of the Housekeeping team with Fairmont Hotels & Resorts you will have the opportunity to create lasting memories for every Guest, ensuring Guest rooms are comfortable, inviting and clean. The luxury our Guests experience will ensure their return.

Hotel Overview:

Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa is the ultimate elegant oasis, blessed by natural mineral hot springs in the Sonoma Valley. An idyllic, world famous wine growing region abundant with local products, our resort is designed to exude the California Wine Country experience.

Summary of Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Housekeeping Manager, responsibilities and essential job functions include but are not limited to the following:

•Consistently offer professional, friendly and engaging service

•Clean all assigned guestrooms including: dusting, making beds, soiled linen removal from rooms, and retrieval of clean linen from linen closets, vacuuming, bathroom cleaning, inside window cleaning, replenish rooms with supplies

•Sign in and out master keys daily

•Maintain proper usage of cleaning supplies and equipment

•Update and record all cleaned rooms

•Return and properly tag all lost and found articles in the Housekeeping Office

•Follow departmental policies and procedures and service standards

•Report necessary maintenance items

•Follow all safety and sanitation policies

•Other duties as assigned


•Previous housekeeping experience an asset

•Excellent communication and organizational skills

•Strong interpersonal and problem solving abilities

•Highly responsible & reliable

•Ability to work cohesively with fellow colleagues as part of a team with minimum supervision

•Ability to focus attention on guest needs, remaining calm and courteous at all times

Physical Aspects of Position:

Physical aspects of the position include but are not limited to the following:

•Constant standing and walking throughout shift

•Frequent lifting and carrying up to 30 lbs

•Frequent kneeling, pushing, pulling, lifting

•Occasional ascending or descending ladders, stairs and ramps

Visa Requirements: Applicant must be able to provide proof that they are legally able to work in the United States.


Step 1: Visit our career portal at

Step 2: Click on the Search Positions link at the top right of the page

Step 3: Use the drop down menu to search by location- select The Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa

Step 4: Select a position and apply on-line

Note: The Application is not complete until you have both applied for a position, and completed our Talent Meter Automated Interview.

Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. EOE/M/F/D/V

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VICTOR Treatment Centers-Santa Rosa

Family Support Counselor

Victor Treatment Centers (VTC) is a non-profit residential treatment program and non-public school that exists to provide a healthy, healing living environment for severely emotionally disturbed youth who have such great needs that they are not able to succeed in family situations and/or lower levels of care. Children age 8 through 18 who have not been successful in family situations, foster homes, or group homes can find success within the Victor Treatment Centers environments. VTC provides 24/7 supervision in conjunction with intensive mental health services. VTC residential services are based on a foundation of strength-based and relationship-based approaches that support the optimal recovery and resiliency for these youth. Our Mission is "To be a catalyst for sustained improvement in the lives of those we touch."

STATEMENT OF THE JOB As a member of the specialty mental health services team, the Family Support Counselor (FSC) is responsible for providing Specialty Mental Health Services to youths and/or their families and/or care providers in their school, group home, and community environments. All services provided are documented in accordance with EPSDT standards.


  1. Provides child and family behavioral and rehabilitative services.

  2. Completes all client documentation according to Agency and regulatory standards

  3. Acts as a liaison with other community agencies and resources.

  4. Operates effectively within the Clinician Directed Model.

  5. Assures the quality of care through effective use of team meetings, case review and consultation.

  6. Completes administrative duties.

  7. Proficient on computer programs and databases.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A Master's degree from an accredited college or university and two years experience OR Bachelor's degree and four years of experience OR Associates degree and six years related work experience in a mental health setting as a specialist in the fields of physical restoration, social adjustment, or vocational adjustment. Two years of the work experience must be post AA experience. Additional Requirements: Must meet State of California MediCal requirements as a Qualified Mental Health Professional. Must possess a valid California driver's license, personal automobile insurance and clean driving record.

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES We are currently seeking a full time and part-time FSC

Shift: Sunday-Thursday or Tuesday-Saturday. Hours may be flexible depending on number of clients on the caseload. Typical hours will include evenings and weekends.

TRAINING PROVIDED We provide an intensive training program for all new hires. Opportunities for advancement are available


Salary: $22.00-23.44/hour DOE

Employee Benefits Include: Affordable Medical, Vision, Dental, and Life Insurance. Generous paid time off accrual

HOW TO APPLY Complete an application on our website

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The Personal Attendant serves as a personal attendant for an individual with developmental disabilities who lives independently. They provide personal assistance which may include assisting participant with dressing, toileting, bathing, eating, and transferring into and out of a wheelchair. They assist with home and community activities such as shopping, cooking, home cleaning, laundry, medication monitoring, the care of children, and transportation, as needed.



Provide assistance as needed with personal health and hygiene, including personal grooming, bathing, toileting, transferring, using adaptive equipment and appropriate attire

Provide assistance as needed with maintaining household in a clean, sanitary and safe manner, sweeping, mopping, dusting, vacuuming, doing laundry; etc. as needed

Assist as needed with establishing/maintaining healthy eating habits; shopping for groceries, planning menus and preparing nutritious meal

Assist with health needs including going to medical/dental/support group appointments; following up with medical instructions; monitoring medication.

Assist with banking/budgeting systems including bill paying, banking and record-keeping in conjunction with supervisor

Assist with transportation which may include facilitating use of public/para transportation, providing transportation

Accompany to community events and activities with approval from supervisor; supporting inclusion in events and activities as appropriate. Facilitate peer group interaction

Provide appropriate level of social and emotional support while maintaining professional boundaries, promote self-advocacy and independence

Establish and maintain effective working relationships with service participant, participant's friends and family, and BI staff. Participate in interdisciplinary team meetings and Circle of Support process as appropriate

Provide instruction and training in living skills as requested by supervisor

Follow established protocols in assisting participant to manage behavioral/emotional issues, and is able to manage escalating behaviors and crises in appropriate manner

Maintain accurate and comprehensive records and paperwork as required by supervisor

Understand and use Emergency Response System appropriately

Perform other duties as assigned

*See Employment Agreement Addendum for further delineation of the expectations for this position.



High school diploma or equivalent preferred.


A background in health care services, cooking, or housekeeping is desirable.


There may be special skills or requirements for this position depending on individual participant needs. See Addendum or Job Announcement for special skills and requirements.


Valid California driver’s license and clean driving record.

Insured, dependable vehicle.

A physical condition that will permit frequent bending, turning, and lifting without injury.

Criminal Record Clearance 

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About UpValley Family Centers: Our mission is to provide guidance, support, and resources in the community, in the home, and for the individual, so that everyone can achieve a better life. We envision that through healthy relationships and networks of support, all people are safe, valued, and prepared to create the future they want for themselves, their families, and their community. Since 1999, UVFC has been the primary trusted resource for low-income communities in the northern Napa Valley, serving as a one-stop shop for access to the resources people need to survive and thrive.

Located at offices in Calistoga and St. Helena, we serve children, youth, adults, and seniors. Taking a prevention-focused, community-responsive approach, our broad scope of services includes guided information and referrals, access to health services and other resources, education and mentorship opportunities for all ages, case management and counseling services, disaster relief and emergency preparedness services, and more. 

About this position: 

The Tutoring Volunteer Coordinator recruits, trains, and coordinates community volunteers to serve as tutors for students at the St. Helena Primary and St. Helena Elementary Schools, grades K-5. The Tutoring Volunteer Coordinator also serves as the primary liaison between UVFC, our tutoring volunteers, and the schools, ensuring a smooth and positive experience throughout the school year for all stakeholders in this volunteer program. The Tutoring Volunteer Coordinator will report to UVFC’s Development Director.


Outreach and Volunteer Recruitment**

• Conduct outreach in the local community to recruit volunteers for the UVFC tutoring program. Outreach will include presentations to groups and individuals.

• Collaborate with the Development Associate to develop promotional materials, including press releases, flyers, newsletter updates, and social media posts, to be used in the recruitment of volunteers and promotion of the tutoring program.

• Lead the onboarding of new tutoring volunteers: conduct an initial interview and assessment of interest, skills, and availability with each candidate; provide information and orientation for all new volunteers.

Program Coordination

• Ensure that all volunteers are properly screened and cleared before starting work in the schools. Work with the schools and teachers to assign each volunteer to a regular weekly shift with a designated teacher and a designated student.

• Work closely with the St. Helena Unified School District, the St. Helena Primary School, and the St. Helena Elementary School to establish an agreed-upon tutoring coverage calendar to ensure an optimal level of support for teachers and students.

• Lead and coordinate an end-of-year appreciation event for volunteers and teachers, as well as other recognition opportunities as appropriate.

• Maintain regular communication with all program stakeholders, including District representatives, school staff, volunteers, and UVFC executive staff.

• Ensure regular communication between volunteer tutors and their assigned teachers to maintain alignment around student and classroom needs

Program Administration and Reporting

• Maintain a confidential and accurate database of volunteers, hours served, and other relevant data.

• Produce regular reports on project accomplishments and impact as requested.


• Commitment to the mission and goals of the UpValley Family Centers

• AA degree or equivalent and related work experience

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills

• Excellent customer service skills and an orientation towards service

• Experience working in a school-based setting preferred

• Ability to work with diverse ages and backgrounds

• Knowledge of word processing, spreadsheet, and database management software

• Valid Driver’s License and insurance or other means of transportation

• Able to pass a fingerprint background check and TB test to receive clearance for work in the St. Helena Unified School District

Position open until filled. No phone calls please.

UpValley Family Centers is an equal opportunity employer.

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We are Acre Coffee, a thriving locally-owned North Bay company currently with six thriving locations. We are actively seeking to grow our leadership team with the right candidate at our highest volume cafe!

Cafe Assistant Manager is responsible for general daily oversight of the cafés and for executing efficient operations based on Acre Coffee company wide systems, policy and procedures, with support from the Cafe Manager.

The right fit for us will bring the following qualities:

- Positive intent

- Courage to lead

- Effective communication

- Excellent guest service

- Solution-oriented

Some weekend and holiday availability required.

If this sounds interesting, please check us out and send your resume with a cover letter!

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Position Summary:

The Child Care Attendant is responsible for supervising and interacting with members' children who are using the child care facility. This person develops and maintains a positive, fun, and safe atmosphere.

Essential Functions:

Execute the programs developed by the Child Care Manager

Ensure safety and hygienic environment in the child care facility

Be responsive to parents to fulfill their child care service needs

Work together as a team with all departments

Report any unsafe conditions to manager

Other Functions:

Maintain a professional appearance and good personal hygiene

Learn proper emergency procedures and follow as necessary

Attend staff meetings

Interact with children


Childcare experience

Specialized knowledge, licenses, etc.:

Child CPR/AED/First Aid Certified

Supervisory responsibility, if any:


Working Conditions:

Fitness club environment

Physical Requirements:

Ability to stand for several hours in a same shift, physical agility, ability to lift 25 pounds

Please apply online at our website and click the We're Hiring link at the bottom of the page.

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Rustic Bakery is hiring cashiers/baristas/bussers in Novato, Larkspur and Tiburon

Are very busy cafes are hiring at all locations! We are a thriving Marin County bakery and café looking to hire FOH staff that are friendly, reliable and want to have fun at work!

Experience is great, but we are willing to train the right people!

We offer great wage, excellent tips and discounts!!

Plus $150 cash bonus after 3 months of employment!!

Please stop by any of our locations for an application or send your resume

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Are you exceptional at math and love teaching kids? Then, we are looking for you! As a math instructor, you will work with children in grades K-12 on an individual basis in a fun, group setting. Mathnasium, the Math Learning Center, is an after school program where children catch up and get ahead in math!

Qualification - Must score 85% or higher on our High School Algebra 1 Test

Our center is open Monday to Thursday 3 pm - 7:30 pm, Saturday 10 am - 1 pm, and Sunday 2 pm - 5 pm.

Please email your resume and times available to work ASAP.

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The SWITCH Lab, the leader in Electric Vehicle education, has an opening for a unique individual. We sell electric vehicle education to high schools and colleges across the US. We need a dedicated person to help update our instruction manuals, interface with instructors to get the correct resource to solve problems and perhaps learn to lead our workshops. As a small company with 6 employees we all wear a lot of hats. This is a great opportunity for someone who has writing skills, some mechanical aptitude and a desire to help students.

The ideal candidate will be self motivated, experienced with Microsoft Office Suite, experience with writing manuals and willing to learn how to make electric vehicles so they can help other learn.

Visit our web site for information about who we are.

Send your resume.

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The Bridge School is a family owned, center-based program located in North East Santa Rosa.

We are actively seeking nurturing, creative and dynamic individuals to join our awesome team.

12 ECE Units are required and experience with young children is preferred for this teacher position.

Please submit cover letter and resume via email link noted below.

Qualified candidates may be contacted for a personal interview.

To learn more about us, please check us out 

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We're a boutique lodging and retreat center located on 62 acres in Marshall overlooking Tomales Bay and we're looking for food service staff and line cooks. Whether you're looking for full time or part time employment, permanent or temporary, and the idea of working in a beautiful and supportive environment appeals to you, we want to meet you. Whether you have years of experience or just looking for a change, so long as you think you have a unique skill set to offer, we want to meet you. Please reply with your resume or apply in person, Monday thru Friday, 10 am to 4pm. While your resume gets you in the door, it will be your great attitude and willingness to work hard and pitch in that will find you a home here.

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We are looking for talented, hard working line cooks that want to join a fun and fast paced kitchen. We want cooks that know the ins and outs of a busy restaurant, but at the same time want to learn other skills. If you have 3+ years experience, and want to put out great food on a seasonal menu, and want to be part of a great family, please apply.

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Ste. Michelle Wine Estates is a premium wine company that is proud to call Washington State our home. We are a collection of distinctive wine estates and maker of some of the finest wines in the world because we value our vineyards and the art of wine-making. This focus has resulted in our ability to offer our consumers extraordinary and distinctive wines from some of the best regions in the world.

We are currently seeking highly qualified candidates for a Cellar Worker III to join our team in at Patz H & Hall Winery

In this role, you will:

  • Wash and sanitize all wine contact equipment.

  • Do all stages of barrel work on metal racks and stacks.

  • Complete work orders: measure and record movements and treatments legibly.

  • Perform the following tasks: Move, rack, blend, fine, filter, and complete additions to wine.

  • Prepare and breakdown bottling.

  • Operate all crush equipment including presses. Shovel pomace.

  • Operate a forklift.

  • Some knowledge of wine faults and ability to recognize as such.

  • Perform all job functions in strict adherence to company Health and Safety protocols, and in accordance with quality control standards and standard equipment operating procedures.

  • Minor mechanical repairs and equipment maintenance.

  • Performs other duties as assigned by manager.

  • Projects can take place both indoors and outdoors where temperatures can range from cold to hot depending on the season.

  • Some tasks occur at height on catwalks, scissorlifts or ladders.

  • Noise level is usually moderate.

We are seeking candidates with the following qualifications:

  • Full body mobility: Ability to stand; walk; sit; use tools or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb stairs; balance, kneel.

  • Ability to lift and carry up to 50 lbs.

  • Regularly required to roll, move, and/or lift 60-gallon empty wine barrels when needed.

  • High school diploma or GED equivalent required.

  • Must be 21 years of age.

  • Ability to read, write, speak, and understand English.

  • Ability to read and understand all Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).

  • Ability to follow work orders and written instructions.

  • Ability to accurately calculate figures.

  • Valid Driver’s License.

  • Must be able to be certified in forklift and scissor lift operation.

  • Ability to work nights and/or weekends during the harvest season or as business requires.

  • Proven ability to handle multiple projects and meet deadlines.

  • Versatility, flexibility, and a willingness to work within changing priorities with enthusiasm.

  • Commitment to excellence and high standards.

  • Two to four years of previous wine or beverage production experience.

  • History of responsible use of alcohol and other appropriate conduct, as well as fitness to be licensed, permitted, and/or certified by state and/or local regulatory bodies.

We believe in developing the leadership potential of our employees by providing opportunities for training, development and advancement.

In addition to the opportunity to apply and develop your skills toward key business objectives, we offer an excellent compensation package including a competitive base salary, comprehensive health insurance, participation in our pension 401k programs and incentive compensation programs.

Ste. Michelle Wine Estates is an equal opportunity employer. We consider qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, gender identity, protected veteran status, or other protected class. Should you have a disability that requires assistance and/or reasonable accommodation with the job application process, please contact the Human Resources department at 425-488-1133.




High School or better.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities

The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information.

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