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Want to work somewhere you can make a huge difference? Where you can help those less fortunate than you? Helping senior citizens and people with disabilities in these trying times is vital. NOW is the time to join us at the Volunteer Center! 

 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, 2-1-1 Sonoma County, 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 www.volunteernow.org.

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 full-time, five days a week.  Schedules may vary.  Operations are Monday through Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm; Saturday and Sunday 8:45am – 5:00pm.  Travel is not typical for this position.

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

 · Use four point securement processes for clients in wheelchairs

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

 · Regular communication with office dispatching staff

 · Being 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.

Qualifications:

• 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: 1. Review our website www.volunteernow.org to ensure that the services we offer, our mission, and values are good match with yours.  Send an email to HR@volunteernow.org, with a subject heading DRIVER; attach your resume and cover letter specifying your salary requirements.

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Want to work somewhere you can make a huge difference? Where you can help those less fortunate than you? NOW is the time to join us at 2-1-1 Sonoma County Information and Referral Service! 

About the Agency:

2-1-1 Sonoma County provides timely, effective access to accurate and comprehensive information and referral for the residents of Sonoma County and provides public information support in times of disaster. 2-1-1 Sonoma County offers a unique opportunity to gain comprehensive knowledge of the health and human services programs throughout Sonoma County. 

Summary and Objective:

The I&R Specialist responds to calls, collects information, performs caller assessment, provides information to persons seeking help, conducts follow-up calls and assists with a variety of special projects. The position also responds to calls from agency/organization representatives, collects agency information, updates and verifies resources in database, and assists with reports.  The I&R Specialist represents 2-1-1 at community and partner outreach events, meetings and conferences; and makes presentations on 2-1-1 programs.

 Position Type/Expected Hours of Work/Travel: 

The nonexempt fulltime position is forty (40) hours per week.  Typical schedule is 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday.  The I&R Specialist must be able to occasionally work flexible hours including nights and weekends. In the event of a disaster, may be required to work 12-hour shifts, 7 days a week.  Occasional travel to local Agency meetings is typical for this position.

 Qualifications:

• High School Diploma/GED required, A.A. degree preferred

• Bilingual in English/Spanish required

• Must be able to pass a Department of Justice and FBI background check

• Must be willing and able to become AIRS/CIRS certified 

• Ability to use good judgment

• Ability to prioritize and adjust work to accommodate deadlines 

• Ability to work effectively amid distractions and to handle a variety of concurrent tasks efficiently 

• Demonstrated telephone skills. Ability to handle a large number of calls and to work with difficult and/or confused callers 

• Understands the importance of being detailed oriented 

• Knowledge of health care, disability, and community resources preferred but not required 

• One year experience in the area of customer service/call center, or Social Service Background 

• One year experience in the areas of research, data analysis and data entry preferred 

• Excellent writing skills required with an emphasis on correct grammar and ability to summarize 

• Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, with familiarity of electronic databases preferred 

• Experience with publication software desired 

Essential Functions

Assisting Callers: 45%

• Answer incoming telephone calls efficiently and according to standards

• Collect caller data and enter data accurately into database

• Assess needs of callers and refer callers to appropriate resources

• Conduct follow-up surveys with callers 

Resource Management: 45% 

• Formally survey agencies for information about services, document activities, and follow up with key contacts 

• Maintain resource data records 

• Collect and update information about services located in Sonoma County and assist in ensuring accuracy of data and refining database processes 

• Maintain all resource records according to 2-1-1 Sonoma County Standard Operating Procedures 

• Make changes or additions to resource information as assigned by designated staff 

• Maintain communication with Volunteer Center of Sonoma County staff and other partners to increase accuracy and comprehensiveness of database 

• Occasional reporting as assigned 

 Publicity and Clerical Duties: 10%

• Represent 2-1-1 at community and/or partner outreach events such as meetings and conferences; make presentations when necessary 

• Assist Program Manager to identify opportunities to publicize 2-1-1 throughout the community

• General clerical duties: letter writing, faxing, copying, message handling, assist in scheduling, weekly reports, handling messages, purchase orders, office inventory, filing, data input and maintain marketing materials

• Participate in ongoing staff development for Volunteer Center personnel

• Attend and participate in regular Volunteer Center all staff meetings

• Perform other related tasks as assigned by the Program Manager

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 the open 211 Information and Referral Specialist position you must:


  1. Review our website www.volunteernow.org to ensure that the services we offer, our mission, and values are good match with yours. 

  2. Send an email to hr@volunteernow.org, with a subject heading 211 I & R Specialist; attach your resume and cover letter specifying your salary requirements.

 

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Please just stop by us during the business hours, we'll directly give you an interview if we are not busy. Thanks

 

Server: 

Available on lunch or dinner shifts.

 

Sushi chef:

Please come to talk

 

Dish washer:

Dinner shift 4:30pm ~ close

 

Qimura Sushi & Ramen

8960 Brooks Rd S Windsor, CA 95492

7078361699

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  The Luther Burbank Memorial Foundation (dba Luther Burbank Center for the Arts) is committed to enriching, educating, and entertaining the people of California’s North Bay region and beyond. The Event Aide is the core of the organization and typically first point of contact for a majority of patron experiences with The Center as it relates to the Mission and vision of this community-based, non-profit performing arts center.   This is an entry level position that performs tasks related to events and performances held at the Center. These tasks include event set-up and dismantling, parking, janitorial, and patron service and crowd control duties as assigned by the Events Supervisor and/or Crew Chief on duty. This position requires some heavy labor (lifting, carrying, moving heavy equipment, etc.)      

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. 

   Event Setup and Breakdown Responsible for physical setup of event space for clients and patrons of the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts. Transport, setup and dismantle types of equipment including tables, chairs, linen, pipe and drape, stanchions, barricades, dance floors and moderate audio/video equipment.  

   Maintenance and Property Care Assists in maintaining site upkeep and beautification through activities such as pressure washing, touch up painting, weeding, and carpet/floor care. Performs minor maintenance and repairs during events, such as removal of safety hazards and replacement of light bulbs. 

   Security Checks for and reports unauthorized use of facilities or other unusual and improper conditions. 

   Safety Procedures Responsible for trafficking during events and performances, maintains safe environment for employees and patrons. Sets up traffic barricade and erects, relocates, and removes signs. Acts quickly during medical incidents by communicating clearly and concisely with radio equipment. Prioritizes safety, given variables, under stressful environments.  

   Janitorial Duties Maintains restroom facilities before, during and after events. Performs tasks which include toilet/sink cleaning, mopping, vacuuming, sweeping and replenishing supplies/product. 

   Patron Services Answers basic questions and works to resolve patron issues in accordance with policy guidelines. Remains well informed of specific organizational information in order to provide answers to a multitude of customer questions and inquiries.    Performs other duties as assigned; these can include but may not be limited to assisting in Ticket Seller/Ticket taker (Patron Services Department), Front Desk Reception (administrative department), Volunteer Concessions Bar back (Events & Volunteer Department) and Maintenance assistant (Maintenance Department).     

 Qualifications To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individual with disabilities to perform the essential functions.     

   Required · 18 or over; students age 16 or over with work permit. · Valid email address. · Ability to take direction and respond in English. · Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals. · Ability to work well with others in a team environment. · Ability to meet the physical demands of the job with or without accommodation. · Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out detailed instructions that pertain to a multi-use venue and facility.    

   Desired · Public assembly and fire/building codes knowledge. · Facility/patron risk assessment ability. · Bilingual (English/Spanish) · Strong verbal communication skills. · Ability to manage multiple tasks. · Ability to innovate as needed with current processes to make events department more efficient. · Maintain a calm and courteous professional demeanor under pressure. · Ability to work weekends and/or evenings and overtime as needed. · Experience in crowd control, security, hospitality, food service, and other aspects of public assembly.  · Volunteer relations skills. · First Aid/ CPR Certified by Red Cross of California and kept current. · Interest in the arts.   

   Physical Demands While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and /or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.   

   Work Environment The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate but may be loud on show nights or when there are large groups of people.   Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential function of the job. Luther Burbank Center for the Arts is committed to creating a diverse work environment and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.  

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Got a passion for waxing and want to boost your career? Want to work for the best in the business? Then join our growing family of Wax Specialists at European Wax Center! As a Wax Specialist, you'll be a friendly and passionate team player who can hit the ground running while also building your skills with our comprehensive training program. We're in the business of Revealing Beautiful Skin, and with your help, you'll give guests a reason to walk in, and strut out.

To encourage loyal guests, we offer incentives (packages and memberships) and use local and national advertising to promote guest frequency. And to ensure your guests always receive the best results, European Wax Center has an exclusive line of skin and brow-care retail products.

Here's what we're looking for:


  • A licensed Esthetician or Cosmetologist, willing to learn new techniques.

  • A positive, friendly, upbeat and personable demeanor.

  • A professional appearance at all times.

  • Capability to do all types of body waxing.

  • Ability to work in a fun, fast-paced environment.

  • Ability to work flexible days and hours.

  • Sales experience is preferred.

Benefits:


  • Competitive hourly wage plus gratuities.

  • Medical, Dental & Vision benefits available.

  • Paid Vacation & Sick Leave.

  • Discounts on all retail products.

  • Great referral program.

  • Free Brow Waxing.

  • A fun, well-managed, successful work environment.

  • Career Growth.

  • Excellent earnings potential. Many of our Wax Specialists earn $45k-$65k working 30 hours per week!

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Summerfield Healthcare is looking for people to work as a Cook and Dishwasher. There are full-time, part-time, and available positions. All full-time employees receive a competitive salary and medical benefits. Having experience is preferable but not necessary. Being in the restaurant area is for someone who wants to thrive in a competitive and family work environment. Be part of the team that helps people to have a good experience while preparing delicious food and on time.

Duties and responsibilities:

* Knows and complies consistently with our standard portion sizes, cooking methods, quality standards and kitchen standards, policies and procedures.

* Maintain the standards of health, health, safety and hygiene in the areas of work according to health codes.

* Clean assigned areas of the kitchen as necessary.

* Manage stores and rotate all products correctly.

* Verify that prepared foods meet the quality and quantity requirements.

* Close the kitchen correctly and follow the checklist of closing cooking stations.

* Help others in closing the kitchen.

* Help with food preparation tasks during the child's periods as needed.

* Perform other related tasks assigned to you by the Kitchen Director or manager-in-service.

* Attend all meetings with regular employees and provide suggestions to improve it.

Minimum requirements:

* Must be able to communicate clearly and effectively.

* 18 years

* Previous experience: Preference but not necessary

* able to work in a high temperature kitchen for an extended period of time

* Be able to reach, bend, bend and frequently lift up to 40 pounds.

* Be able to work in a standing position for long periods of time

* Must have exceptional hygiene and personal hygiene habits.

* Must follow the schedule given

* Maintain a positive attitude of teamwork

* That can work quickly and with others

* We require a professional attitude, a strong work ethic, good communication skills

Type of position: full time, part time, and available

Salary: $ 14.00

Respond: Bethany Platt Dir. Food Service and Nutrition (707) 539-1515 (Spanish)

1280 Summerfield Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95405

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Do you love meat? This could be your dream job!

Do you love bacon? Love sausage? Love grilling? Love making delicious food?

We are Santa Rosa's old fashioned butcher shop. Voted as the Best Butcher Shop in Sonoma County for 3 years running. Come to us...

 

We are a complete whole animal processing butcher shop, seeking motivated individuals who thrive working with a positive team.

Come join a growing company staffed by a tight-knit group of hard-working people who are committed to local meat in Sonoma County. All experience levels considered. Experience/knowledge of retail and primal meat cuts helpful, but not required.

It all starts with attitude and a desire to learn.

Please email us your resume with your phone number.

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Want to work somewhere you can make a huge difference? Where you can help those less fortunate than you? Helping senior citizens and people with disabilities in these trying times is vital. NOW is the time to join us at the Volunteer Center! 

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, 2-1-1 Sonoma County, 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 www.volunteernow.org.

Summary and Objective:

The Volunteer Wheels Customer Service Representative is responsible for professionally answering incoming calls, addressing customer inquiries; resolving customer complaints, clearly and accurately documenting issues and scheduling Paratransit rides. Due to the nature of our community involvement and clientele, the Volunteer Wheels Customer Service Representative must thrive in a challenging work environment, enjoy making a difference in the lives of senior citizens and persons with disabilities, is a skilled problem solver that is mission driven and enjoys working within a team culture.

 Position Type/Expected Hours of Work/Travel: 

Volunteer Wheels is a seven-day a week operation. The Customer Service Representative position is full-time, five days a week. Schedules may vary. Operations are Monday through Friday 8:00am -- 5:00pm; Saturday and Sunday 8:45am -- 5:00pm. Travel is not typical for this position.

 Qualifications:

High School Diploma/GED required

Ongoing compliance with Department of Transportation FTA required drug screening

Excellent telephone and customer service skills

Strong relationship, team culture building, and conflict management skills 

Ability to handle a variety of concurrent tasks efficiently and with patience 

Ability to use good judgment and set priorities 

Working knowledge of Word, Excel, Outlook, internet and relational database

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

Bilingual in English and Spanish

 Essential Functions:

Answer incoming calls and provide excellent customer service

Schedule Paratransit rides 

Database entry into Novus software program

Daily management of phone logs

Filing 

Other clerical duties as assigned 

Participate in ongoing staff development for Volunteer Wheels personnel

Attend and participate in regular Volunteer Center all staff meetings

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 the open Customer Service Representative position you must:

1.Review our website www.volunteernow.org to ensure that the services we offer, our mission, and values are good match with yours. 

2.Send an email to HR@volunteernow.org, with a subject heading CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE; attach your resume and cover letter.

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Position:  Counselor  

Closing Date: Open till filled  

Status:  Regular, Full-Time, Non- Exempt 

Hours: 40 hours per week, schedule varies  

Location: Santa Rosa    

California Human Development (CHD) is a private, non-profit, human services program serving the Northern California Area. 

Athena House is a long term residential treatment facility serving adult women who are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol. The program features a safe, supportive environment in which women who are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol may recover and re-enter the mainstream of society, remain out of the criminal justice system and maintain continuous sobriety.  

The Counselor is expected to provide individual and group counseling for women in residential treatment. In addition, the Counselor is expected to perform administrative work at the direction of the Assistant Director and/or Division Director.   

EDUCATION:  


  1. High      School Diploma or GED

  2. Register,      obtain and maintain a Counselor Certification as defined by the California      Code of Regulations, chapter 8: Certification of Alcohol & Other Drug      Counselors.

EXPERIENCE:  


  1.  Any combination of training and experience that provides the opportunity to acquire knowledge and abilities listed.  

  2. One  year experience with responsibilities involving alcohol and drug treatment and education program and academic coursework in psychology, sociology and  other closely related fields.

  3. C. Some experience with responsibilities involving alcohol and other drug treatment, education programs and possession of a bachelor’s degree in psychology, sociology or other closely related fields.    

See full job description on our website: http://californiahumandevelopment.org/about-chd/employment-opportunities/ 

· Submit your résumé or application to hr@cahumandevelopment.org or fax to 707.542.7479  

· Applications can be downloaded from our website at www.cahumandevelopment.orghttp://californiahumandevelopment.org/about-chd/employment-opportunities/ 

· Please reference Job Title when submitting your application/résumé.  

· Cover letters may be included with your submission, but please do not include letters of reference/recommendation or other supporting documents. 

· Continuous recruitments may close without notice at any time that a sufficient number of qualified applications have been received.   

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Lash Co, a luxury and top-rated salon located near downtown Santa Rosa is looking for a Lash Artist to join our busy team! Please email your resume  

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The dhyana Center is a place for health support and Ayurvedic education in the heart of Sonoma County, California. Inside these doors we offer experiential knowledge, therapeutic treatments and a self-care sanctuary. The dhyana Center is a comfortable place where all people can learn, heal and grow.

We are seeking experienced professionals who are energetic; customer service oriented, and enjoy working as part of a highly effective team in a beautiful, healing environment. At the dhyana Center we value customer service, and we are looking for the right person to join our amazing team!

Currently hiring for Retail Associate, Self Care Attendant, and Treatment Center Receptionist

Retail Associate- responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Ensure high levels of customer satisfaction through excellent sales service,

Assess customers needs and provide assistance and information on product features,

Welcome customers to the store and answer their queries,

Maintain in-stock and presentable condition assigned areas,

Actively seek out customers in store,

Remain knowledgeable on products offered and discuss available options,

Process POS (point of sale) purchases,

Cross-sell products and treatments,

Team up with co-workers to ensure proper customer service,

Build productive trust relationships with customers,

Comply with inventory control procedures,

Follow all dhyana Center protocol and procedures.

Self Care Attendant - responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Replenish supplies required in Self Care,

Coordinate efforts to ensure timely and accurate delivery of supplies and linens,

Distribute linens such as fresh sheets and towels in treatment center and assist in laundry duties if necessary,

Keep Self Care clean as if just opened, dry and sanitize at all times,

Instruct clients on how to use facilities,

Assume responsibility of opening and closing the sanctuary on designated times,

Follow all dhyana Center protocol and procedures.

Treatment Center Receptionist - responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Booking appointments over phone and in-person

Offering guidance to clients in understanding Ayurvedic treatments

Excellent customer service at all times

Keeping Treatment Center clean and tranquil

Exceptional phone skills to coordinate appointment requests with practitioner schedules

Assessing priorities amid multiple simultaneous demands with a professional, grounded, positive demeanor

Follow all dhyana Center protocol and procedures.

$12/hr to start. $15 after 90 days and fully trained. Required to attend 1 mandatory staff meeting every month. Holiday shifts required.

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Community Support Network, CSN is a nonprofit agency that helps individuals with behavioral health challenges realize their potential by providing hope, wellness, and high quality supportive housing.

This is an opportunity to join our team of people Making a Difference!

We are hiring for several shifts and sites: Full time, Part time, and Relief Day shifts

As a counselor your responsibilities will include:the following:


  •  provide for the special needs of program participants. 

  • Implement evidence-based practices that teach positive coping skills to adults with severe mental health challenges. 

  • Provide crisis prevention and intervention. 

  • Provide progress notes for all clients and Special Incident reports. 

  • Monitor and document program participants accessing of medications. 

  • Give accurate, complete and timely reporting of program and clients to staff as they begin their shift. 

  • Attend and participate in clinical case reviews, staff meetings, and monthly CSN in-service training's. 

  • Assist Program Manager in maintaining a clean, comfortable and safe facility. 

  • On-Call Counselors may be able to move into regular counselor positions when there are openings.

Extensive 'On the Job' training provided with our programs and a Generous Benefit package for Regular staff.

Experience Preferred but will train. Proof of High School diploma or GED required. Must be able to pass Finger Print/Background check,(no DUI's) and Health Screening. Must have reliable transportation.

Compensation: Regular Full or Part time range from $12.50 to $13.50 Day-shift or Overnight, depending on experience and education. On-Call Relief $11.00 per hour.

Send resume to Community Support Network, 1410 Guerneville Rd., Suite 14, Santa Rosa, CA 95403, Attn: Jean Clifford, Human Resources; or respond to this ad or fax to 707-573-6968.

CSN is an equal opportunity employer.

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Are you bright and happy? Do you love to feed people? Is organization totally your thing? The Whole Pie is hiring a full time baker! We are looking for just the right person to join our small team in the kitchen. Position is full time with growth potential. If you are interested and have at least 1 year of experience in a professional kitchen, email us your resume. Or stop by the shop with a resume and ask to speak with Trish, 2792 4th St, Santa Rosa, CA 95409, United States

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Round Table Pizza Now Hiring CASHIERS and KITCHEN HELP at our Santa Rosa Locations.

Full and Part-Time positions available and we work around School Schedules.

Starting pay $11.50/hr

No experience necessary, room for advancement

Apply in person or online at our Santa Rosa Locations

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Round Table Pizza Now Hiring CASHIERS and KITCHEN HELP at our Santa Rosa Locations.

Full and Part-Time positions available and we work around School Schedules.

Starting pay $11.50/hr

No experience necessary, room for advancement

Apply in person or online at our Santa Rosa Locations

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Round Table Pizza Now Hiring CASHIERS and KITCHEN HELP at our Santa Rosa Locations.

Full and Part-Time positions available and we work around School Schedules.

Starting pay $11.50/hr

No experience necessary, room for advancement

Apply in person or online at our Santa Rosa Locations

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Round Table Pizza Now Hiring CASHIERS and KITCHEN HELP at our Santa Rosa Locations.

Full and Part-Time positions available and we work around School Schedules.

Starting pay $11.50/hr

No experience necessary, room for advancement

Apply in person or online at our Santa Rosa Locations

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SOCO COFFEE is hiring part-time and full-time Cashier/ Barista.

No experience needed. We will train you to make the most tips in this profession.

All we need from you is to do your best and be friendly, personable, outgoing, and positive attitude, and willing to do whatever is required.

Please, bring your resume to SOCO COFFEE at 1015 Fourth Street(cross street BROOKWOOD) Santa Rosa,ca.95404

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As a result of its continued growth, Inspired Fitness Training Center is looking for high energy, fitness professionals in the following areas:

Certified, experienced fitness instructors in Pilates, Bootcamp, TRX, Spin and more.

Certified Personal Trainer.

We offer the most extensive group fitness programming in the the Northbay and need to add top instructors to our team!

If you want to be part of a great team and be motivated to be your best, this is the place for you.

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Boathouse Asian Eatery (inside Graton Resort & Casino) is looking for an Assistant Manager to oversee and coordinate the planning, organizing, training and leadership necessary to achieve stated objectives in sales, costs, employee retention, guest service and satisfaction, food quality, cleanliness and sanitation.

**Duties and Responsibilities:


  • Understand completely all policies, procedures, standards, specifications, guidelines and training programs


  • Ensure that all guests feel welcome and are given responsive, friendly and courteous services at all times


  • Ensure that all food and products are consistently prepared and served according to the restaurant's recipes, portioning, cooking and serving standards


  • Achieve company objectives in sales, service, quality, appearance of facility and sanitation and cleanliness through training of employees and creating a positive, productive working environment


  • Control cash and other receipts by adhering to cash handling and reconciliation procedures in accordance with restaurant policies and procedures


  • Make employment and termination decisions consistent with General Manager guidelines for approval or review


  • Prepare all required paperwork, including forms, reports and schedules in an organized and timely manner


  • Ensure that all equipment is kept clean and kept in excellent working condition through personal inspection and by following the restaurant's preventative maintenance programs


  • Ensure that all products are received in correct unit count and condition and deliveries are performed in accordance with the restaurant's receiving policies and procedures


  • Schedule labor as required by anticipated business activity while ensuring that all positions are staffed when and as needed and labor cost objectives are met


  • Be knowledgeable of restaurant policies regarding personnel and administer prompt, fair and consistent corrective action for any and all violations of company policies, rules and procedures


  • Fully understand and comply with all federal, state, county and municipal regulations that pertain to health, safety and labor requirements of the restaurant, employees and guests


  • Works closely with the General Manager, Supervisors and Team Members to ensure the best possible customer service is provided to our guests**


**Qualifications:


  • 6+ months experience as an Assistant Restaurant Manager


  • Must be flexible, able to work weekends, late night, all major holidays 


  • Knowledge of service, food and beverage, generally involving at least three years of front-of-the-house operations and/or assistant management positions


  • Possess excellent basic math skills and have the ability to operate a cash register or POS system


  • Ability to problem-solve, prioritize and multi-task 


  • Be able to work in a standing position for long periods of time 


  • Be able to reach, bend, stoop and frequently lift up to 50 pounds


  • Must have the stamina to work 50 plus hours per week


  • ServSafe Manager's Certification


  • Background check and drug test required**


**Benefits:


  • Medical, dental and vision


  • 401k**


Please send/attach resume and indicate your availability.

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Our warm, welcoming and progressive Christian church seeks a Child Care Provider to care for infant-to-preschool-aged children during Sunday morning worship, plus one Sunday evening per month. The Child Care Provider must have an understanding and appreciation of children, as well as respect for the Christian faith and inclusive values of our church community.

• Compensation: $30 per Sunday morning, 10:00 -12:00;

plus $50 one Sunday per month, 4:00-7:00

• Three days sick leave annually

Location: First Congregational United Church of Christ

2000 Humboldt Street, Santa Rosa, CA 95404

707 546-0998

Resumes: Send to above address or email to contact below:

Qualifications:

Reliable, showing initiative, ability to communicate with children and adults

Experience in the care of infants and preschool-age children

CPR (including infants) certified. We will reimburse up to $120 for CPR training taken within one month of hiring when receipt submitted.

At least 18 years old and able to pass a background check

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Newly opened Graton Community Preschool is looking for substitute teachers. Substitute teachers could become our next preschool teacher as our enrollment increases. If you love working in an early learning environment, please send a letter of interest and resume to apply today. A Title 22 Preschool.

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St. Eugene's School is seeking a daycare assistant for after school care of students in grades K - 8. The position is part-time on Tuesday and Thursday school afternoons from 2:00 or 3:00 to 5:30 or 6:00 PM. The ideal candidate is a caring person who loves children and has experience supervising them as they play, work on craft projects or do homework. Daycare assistant will be part of a team working under the direction of the daycare director. Candidates must be at least 18 years old.

Please reply to this ad with your qualifications if interested.

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ME SPA is looking to grow our team of talented and passionate therapists! Are you looking for a rewarding career in the spa industry?

POSITIONS AVAILABLE:

SPA SUPERVISOR

MASSAGE THERAPIST

NAIL THERAPIST

ESTHETICIAN

Attributes we look for & LOVE:

Team oriented candidates with excellent guest service skills

1-2 years spa or related industry experience preferred

Must hold and maintain current license per state & local requirements

Ability to 1 or more evening shift, weekend shift, and non-major holidays

Ability to work in a fast paced environment for extended periods of time

Promotes a positive environment for customers and associates through respect and trust

Follow our protocols to ensure a world class experience for our guests

ALL ABOUT ME

ME SPA is a destination where every detail has been conceived with you in mind. Our seven award-winning spa locations offer a soothing place for our guests to put life on pause. Our thorough menu of skin, body & nail services are performed by highly educated therapists in well-appointed work areas.

OUR CULTURE

We do simple things exceedingly well. We are about the human connection. We believe in  being nice & respectful to each other and our guests. We treat our customers as if they our  guests in our home. We believe that when you create balance in life, you find meaning.

Find your meaning at ME SPA.

Please submit resume with a cover in the body of your email attention to:

Heather Walters, Sr Spa Director 

Or in person @ ME SPA * 728 Farmers Lane * Santa Rosa CA, 95405

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Immediate opening for Front Desk Associate

Quality Inn and Suites Santa Rosa

3000 Santa Rosa Ave 95407

925-698-3821

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Lattice Educational Services is seeking a full time Special Education Teaching Assistant for our Santa Rosa nonpublic school.

As part of an energetic team, work with children and young adults who have developmental disabilities, autism and behavior challenges in a structured classroom setting in Santa Rosa. (approx. 204 days per SCHOOL year) [Aug-July, incl. summer session]; 7:45am-2:15pm (M-F).

Experience: Working with students who have behavioral challenges is helpful, but not required. Prior teaching experience with students who have disabilities is not required. We are looking for responsible, energetic people to join our team! Minimum qualifications include a high school diploma (or equivalent) and ability to pass pre-employment fingerprinting requirements and physical examination.

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Voted #1 Best Resort Hotel in California by Travel & Leisure Magazine, Farmhouse Inn is looking for a Line Cook to become a part of the team for this incomparable luxury boutique hotel of 25 rooms and suites with its Michelin-starred restaurant and Farm to Table spa. From preparing fine food, to providing an award-winning guest dining experience, the Line Cook plays an integral role at Farmhouse Inn. You will work with an incredible team of passionate owners, experienced managers, and dedicated coworkers. This is a wonderful opportunity to become part of the ongoing, rich history at a top luxury inn.

Farmhouse Inn offers extensive and competitive benefits (upon meeting eligibility requirements):


  • Health/Dental/Vision/Chiropractic Benefit Plans

  • 401K Plan

  • Opportunity for gratuities

  • Employee discounts at the Inn, Restaurant, & Spa

Essential Duties:

The job duties listed below are an overview of the essential duties and measures required to be successful in the position. Please note that the listed examples do not include all tasks, which may be expected within this job position. - Maintain complete knowledge of all menu items, daily specials, and any menu or service changes - Prepare made-to-order meals with quality ingredients - Follow every order to guarantee the guest is receiving what they ordered and special preparations and/or dietary restrictions are being taken into consideration - Ensure that meals come out simultaneously, in high quality and in a timely fashion - Adheres to Farmhouse Inn standards of quality, based on Executive, Estate, or Sous Chef's training on quality and presentation - Cooperate with kitchen and food & beverage team members to provide smooth service - Practice correct food handling and food storage procedures- maintains current California Food Handlers Card - Clean all work surfaces and stations after regular service is complete - Stock inventory as appropriate

General Requirements:

Education: - High School Degree or equivalent - Culinary Certification is a plus

Experience:- Minimum 1 year experience food prepping or cooking in a fine dining restaurant - Pastry experience is a plus and is encouraged

Qualifications:


  • Excellent customer service and hospitality skills

  • Excellent oral & written communication skills, attention to detail

  • Ability to work effectively and efficiently under pressure and with composure

  • Knowledge of food preparation and storage, sanitation requirements and commercial kitchen equipment

  • Ability to work interdepartmentally, with Restaurant, Kitchen, Spa and other Farmhouse teams

  • Maintains regular attendance, is consistently on time and complies with Farmhouse Inn standards

  • Scheduling flexibility to meet operational needs, weekend availability

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Visual Teaching Artists Needed

Success Centers is seeking experienced visual teaching arts to conduct weekly art classes inside youth detention facilities in Santa Rosa and Sonoma Counties. Artist will be introducing art materials, techniques, and the creative process in a formal large group setting, enabling youth to be exposed to positive methods for expression and communication.

Success center's Imagine Bus Project visual arts classes are 90 minutes in length and are conducted on Mondays 3pm-4:30pm, Thursdays 3pm-4:30pm and Fridays 1pm-5pm in Sonoma County detention facilities.

 

Instructional Duties

• Facilitate creative student projects, using high quality art materials, and aligned to our life skills curriculum, that promotes healthy self-expression, personal development, and positive future orientation/goal-setting.

• Provide dependable and dedicated youth guidance, overseeing all student art projects to completion.

• Support management with regular exhibition(s) of student artwork for the public showing.

Administrative Duties

• Manage supply ordering and procurement of art supplies. Art material will be paid for by Success Center. All instructors will be provided a budget framework for art materials.

• Document and submit student creative projects on a monthly basis (e.g. photographs, scanned imagery, writing, etc.) to the main office.

• Accurately track and submit weekly student attendance for each class session.

• Participate in teacher training sessions when applicable.

• Prepare for periodic in-unit classroom site-visits and teaching observation by management staff, Board Members, organizational stakeholders, and/or special guests.

Qualifications

• Experience working with at-risk youth ages 14-17, one-on-one, and in small or large groups.

• Experience working in a corrections and rehabilitation setting is highly preferred, but not required.

• Experience and ability to sensitively work with youth across various ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds.

• Strong interpersonal communication skills, high flexibility, and an ability to work well with institutional staff and sometimes unpredictable teaching environments.

• Some knowledge and experience preferred but not required teaching trauma informed core life skills (self-awareness, empathy, goal setting and achieving, etc.).

• Minimum of 2 years teaching experience in the visual arts.

• Knowledge and experience using a wide range of art media, techniques, and processes.

• Demonstrated mastery in one or more of the following creative disciplines: drawing, painting, illustration/cartooning, sculpture and/or mixed media.

• Must be 25 years of age or older, to work within our designated program sites.

• Reliable transportation is needed, as some sites may not be easily accessible by public transit.

• Must complete and retain security clearance, including a Department of Justice background check, on-line training, as well as facility and organizational orientation sessions.

• B.A. or currently enrolled in a degree program in Fine Arts, Arts Education, Art Therapy/Expressive Arts, or equivalent experience in a closely related field.

This is an hourly contract position with a range of $30-35 per hour. Prep time is paid for in addition to class instruction time.

To Apply: Email your PDF resume and cover letter .

More About Success Centers's The Imagine Bus Project (TIBP)

Through arts education and community partnerships, The Imagine Bus Project engages and inspires incarcerated youth, and youth impacted by the juvenile justice system. We enable self-expression and positive personal development so that young people can successfully re-enter their communities and find a path to a fulfilling future. The Imagine Bus Project delivers cross-cultural learning experiences that focus on relationship building and art as tools for problem solving. We focus on exposing youth to creative opportunities and artists with the belief that art has the power to save lives and put adjudicated youth on a path towards a future in which they are healthy and empowered to lead creative and productive lives. For more information about TIBP please go to our website

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SunRidge School is a K-8 public charter located in Sebastopol, CA. This position is the perfect opportunity for anyone interested in the fields of education, special education or psychology and would like to gain practical experience working with children in an educational setting. We are looking for a great addition to our team who is energetic and enjoys working with primary age children. For a job description and application, please go to the Twin Hills Union School District Website

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Ramen Gaijin Sebastopol

Busy Ramen Shop and Izakaya in Sebastopol is looking to hire motivated individuals in the BOH & Bar to join our growing restaurant. Please have a strong work ethic, be motivated, professional, and friendly. Must have a willingness to learn Japanese culinary terms, as well as Japanese whisky, sake, and beer terminology . Please be willing to obtain a CA food handlers card. Experience with Japanese cuisine/beverages is a plus. Here's a list of the positions we're looking to fill and the type of experience we desire:

Line Cook/Prep Cook: We prefer 1 year experience in a reputable kitchen, CA food handler's card, competent knife skills and the ability to be a team player with a great attitude. Willingness to work hard and learn is essential. Position(s) pay between $17.00-$20.00hr an hour.

Dishwashers: prefer motivated individual looking for steady employment with the potential to learn on the job. There is potential to learn and move up into kitchen prep position. Position pays up to $16.00 an hour with tips.

With all that said we're are willing to train the right people! So please stop by or send your resume via email. Also please note that no attachments will be opened. Please cut/paste your resume to the body of your email. We'll be in house Tuesday- Saturday 3-5 so please feel free to check out the space and drop your resumes off in person! We are located in the former Forchetta/Bastoni building in the town square of Sebastopol at 6948 Sebastopol Ave. Sebastopol.

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Extended Child Care-- Assistant Center Director-- Job Description

Under the supervision of the Center Director, the Assistant Center director helps in the daily management of his/her assigned Extended Child Care Center. Duties include supervision of children, center staff and facility, curriculum planning and presentation, record keeping and budgeting, communication, and other tasks necessary for the successful operation of the center. As part of this position's duties, Assistant Center Directors will assume the supervision of an Extended Child Care center, for a short or extended period of time, in the absence of a center's regular Center Director.

 

CHILD SUPERVISION

* The Asst. Center Director will work regularly supervising child in large and small groups, and will give individual attention to children as needed.

* The Asst. Center Director will be aware of the children's health and safety at all times.

* In the absence of the Center Director, the Asst. Center Director will assume supervision of all children present and perform all duties associated with this responsibility.

 

STAFF SUPERVISION

*Under the supervision of the Center director, the Asst. Center Director will show leadership supervising the daily work of other adults in the center.

* The Asst. Center Director will ensure that all adults working in the center maintain good workplace safety practices.

* In the absence of the Center Director, the Asst. Center Director will assume supervision of all center staff and perform all duties associated with this responsibility.

 

CURRICULUM PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING

* The Asst. Center Director will show leadership in curriculum planning, ensuring that planned curriculum and other center activities are based on the assessed needs and interests of the children enrolled in the center.

* The Asst. Center Director will work with the Center director in completing the assessments of all children enrolled in the center, using the agency's prescribed systems.

* The Asst. Center Director will prepare meals and snacks as necessary.

* The Asst. Center Director will help children maintain good behavior, using positive and preventive methods and following the agency's Child Behavior Policy and systems.

* The Asst. Center Director will present curriculum to children on a regular basis.

* In the absence of the Center Director, the Asst. Center Director will assume supervision of the center's program, and perform all duties associated with this responsibility.

 

FACILITY MAINTENANCE

* The Asst. Center Director will, as part of his/her regular duties, make every effort to keep the child care facilities, both inside and outside, and all equipment, materials and supplies, clean, safe, and well maintained at all times.

 

PROFESSIONALISM

*Asst. Center Directors will attend all regular center staff meetings and make every effort to attend agency meetings and in-services, as appropriate.

* Asst. Center Directors are expected to be punctual and very flexible in their work schedules and assigned duties.

* Asst. Center Directors understand that their workplace assignment is determined by the Executive or Program Director, and that they are expected to report to work at the center assigned.

* Asst. Center Directors are expected to be knowledgeable of and able to work with the diversity of cultures present in the families that will use the center.

* Asst. Center Directors are expected to perform their duties with a good attitude and professional manner at all times.

* Asst. Center Directors are expected to understand that there may be changes, unexpected occurrences, and possibly crisis in their work environment, and that they will be expected to deal with these in a professional manner.

*Asst. Center Directors are expected to perform their duties in a manner that will help them prevent problems and crisis before they occur.

* Asst. Center Directors are expected to be improving their work related skills.

* Asst. Center Directors are expected to assume the duties of a Center Director in their absence or when asked by the Executive or Program Director.

* Asst. Center Directors will perform all duties and tasks as assigned or that are necessary for the safe and orderly operation of the center or agency.

 

RECORD KEEPING AND BUDGETING

* The Asst. Center Director may be assigned regular duties in this work area and will assume responsibility for these duties in the absence of the Center Director.

 

COMMUNICATION

* The Asst. Center Director will establish and maintain good communication with all the diverse families using the center.

* The Asst. Center Director will maintain good communication with all members of their center's staff, agency administration, and office staff.

* The asst. Center Director will establish and maintain good communication with all school personnel, visitors and community members.

* The Asst. Center Director will represent the center in the absence of the Center Director.

* The Assistant Center Director will use the agency's line of supervision, Center Director, Program Director, Executive Director, to solve problems, present questions and ideas, and resolve issues in the center as they arise.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

The minimum qualifications for an Assistant Center Director in an Extended Child Care center are outlined in Title 22 of the California State Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing regulations and Title 5 Education Code.

• A minimum of 12 Child Development (ECE) units,

• Qualifying candidate for Children's Center Associate Teacher Permit,

• Additional 3 units of ECE Administration.

• Three additional ECE Administration units should be completed within a year.

• Preferred 2 units of adult supervision

• Passed medical, TB, and fingerprint clearances.

• Provide proof of immunized against influenza, pertussis, and measles prior to employment.

• Completed CPR, First Aid, and Health & Safety training.

• The ability to visually supervise children and staff, unaided by other staff.

• The ability to physically help an injured child, in danger or in distress. Must be able to run and move quickly to help children.

• Must be able to lift and carry 40 pounds.

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I am looking for all kitchen positions. Prep cook, Sous Chef, cook, dishwasher/utility people. High Volume catering or restaurant experience preferred. Ideally need Full Time staff, but will consider Part Time.

Starting @ $16/HR DOE and position.

Looking for something new or a company that you can grow with? Tired of working nights and weekends in restaurants? Want a consistent schedule? Who are we you might ask?

FLIK Independent School Dining is a contract food service company, we are within Compass Group, which is the largest food service company in the world and 6th largest employer in the world. Here are some highlights about FLIK:

At FLIK, our operating philosophy is centered on three essential factors: great food, great service and great people. A FLIK Family-Then & Now. Great Food and Great Service are only possible with Great People behind the scenes.

Sonoma Academy has contracted with FLIK to manage their lunch program. We are a from scratch kitchen to help provide and nourish the students with a well balanced meal. There is even an onsite garden where we get some of herbs and produce from.

Schedule is Monday through Friday, typically 7 am start, with occasional catering events at night and on the weekends. Full Benefits after 90 days for full-time employees.

Any questions do not hesitate to reach out and ask. If you know anyone have them contact me directly. Online applications only, search for Santa Rosa in Locations and then make sure the job posting mentions Flik or Sonoma Academy.

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