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Friends of the Children – SF Bay Area (Friends-SF) is part of a growing national network of mentoring chapters with a proven long-term track record of helping children break the cycle of generational poverty.

We employ trained, full-time professional mentors – we call them “Friends” – to provide a stable, caring, and sustained relationship in each child’s life. Our program works to empower each child for 12-1/2 years, no matter what!

Each or our Professional Mentors develops intensive, long-term, trusting relationships with eight children who face the greatest obstacles. This means:

· Set positive expectations

· Nurture and promote the child’s individual strengths, talents and abilities

· Help assure physical and emotional well-being

· Teach life and academic skills

· Provide enrichment activities

· Model responsible behavior

· Each Friend will spend approximately four hours per week with each child and will report directly to the Program Director.

The ideal candidate will have:

· Minimum of AA degree, BA preferred

· At least 1-2 years experience working with youth who face the greatest obstacles

· Familiarity with the Bayview Hunters Point section of San Francisco or similar communities a plus.

Other Requirements:

· Must pass drug screening

· Must have your own vehicle, safe driving record and valid driver's license

· Must pass fingerprint and background checks

· Must possess a mission-driven growth mindset

· Must be comfortable using web based data management tools

· Work hours may vary at times, but are generally 10am-6pm, Tuesday - Saturday. Flexibility and reliability is essential.

· You’ll start in the early stages of a small growing nonprofit

· You’ll be part of a dynamic and supportive national network, with a proven, evidence-based mentoring model;

· You’ll have new challenges daily, and we commit to support you in every way, to help you serve our kids and to keep your batteries charged;

· You’ll be part of a friendly and collaborative workplace, where work-life balance is respected; and

· Most of all, you’ll play a critical role in helping children who face significant obstacles change the trajectories of their lives!

Salary: $45,600 to $50,000, depending on experience and qualifications.

Benefits: Full Medical, dental and vision coverage; 401(k) matching plan, basic life insurance and long term disability insurance; 3 weeks of paid vacation and 2 weeks of paid sick leave per year, generous allowances for mileage, cellphone and other child-related expenses.

To learn more about Friends-SF, please go to:

Friends of the Children – SF Bay Area is committed to our community, to equal employment opportunity, and to diversity in our workplace. We are fiercely committed to equity and will ensure that every aspect of our mission is executed with full engagement of the communities impacted by our work.

Local (San Francisco Bay Area) candidates only.


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Are you a skilled Program Coordinator who believes in lending your skills to end hunger? If so, consider being a Program Coordinator for the San Francisco Marin Food Bank.

The SF Marin Food Bank is comprised of a dedicated team of approximately 150 staff working collaboratively to provide close to 50 million pounds of food to over 210,000 people in the Bay Area – a region where 1 in 5 people are at risk of hunger. We are currently looking for a Program Coordinator to help support partners and participants. See job description below and apply today if you would like to join us in our mission to end hunger.

POSITION PURPOSE

This position is a full-time, non-exempt position. Candidates should have experience working with community-based organizations and low-income communities in either San Francisco or Marin. Position requires ability and willingness to work a flexible schedule, including periodic evening and weekend hours.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES

Neighborhood Oversight


  • Provide support to member agencies in San Francisco to improve/expand/sustain food distribution programs and optimize utilization of Food Bank services

  • Perform outreach in neighborhoods to identify, recruit and train community-based organizations to establish food programs

  • Inform, monitor and follow up with partner agencies to ensure compliance with Food Bank policies

  • Conduct periodic trainings with partner agencies and their staff, both paid and volunteer

  • Promote the well-being of individuals seeking food assistance and adherence to confidentiality guidelines

  • Respect for the inherent dignity and worth of individuals seeking assistance while treating each person in a caring and respectful manner

Program Coordination


  • Administer Food Bank program policies, procedures, information collection, reporting and evaluations

  • Communicate program information with agency representatives and Food Bank staff

  • Coordinate program logistics

Contract/Grant Support


  • Assist with proposals, implementation, and reporting for government contracts and private grants

Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS


  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent education and experience in social services

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and experience working with databases and data on multiple programs

  • Candidates should have experience working with community-based organizations and low-income communities in either San Francisco or Marin

  • Ability to work and interact well with individuals (staff, volunteers and participants) from a variety of socioeconomic backgrounds in a culturally diverse environment

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including comfort presenting in front of large groups

  • Experience and skill in conflict resolution, de-escalation techniques and having difficult conversations

  • Ability to maintain confidentiality, demonstrate professional ethics and diplomacy at all times

  • Interest in hunger or food issues

  • Excellent interpersonal, customer service and problem-solving skills

  • Excellent time management skills

  • Bilingual Cantonese preferred

  • Excellent team player who also works well independently and has a positive attitude about

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT:

(The physical and environmental 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.)

ENVIRONMENT: Standard office

FINGER DEXTERITY: Requires typing on standard computer.

TALKING: Ability to speak on phone and face to face.

HEARING: Able to hear average or normal conversations and recieve ordinary information.

REPETITIVE MOTIONS: Frequent and regular movements using the wrists, hands, and fingers.

AVERAGE VISUAL ABILITIES: Average, ordinary, visual acuity necessary to view computer screens and documents.

PHYSICAL STRENGTH: NOT APPLICABLE.

COMMUNICATION AND COGNITIVE REQUIREMENTS

REASONING ABILITY: Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide range of intellectual and practical problems. Ability to interpret instructions.

MATHEMATICS ABILITY: Ability to perform basic math skills, use decimals to compute ratios and percentages, and to draw and interpret graphs.

LANGUAGE ABILITY: Fluency in English. Demonstrated excellence in writing and editing.

SALARY: Competitive pay based on qualifications and experience

BENEFITS: Medical, dental, life, long-term disability, and 403(b) retirement plan with employer base and matching contribution. Generous holidays, vacation, and sick time.

The San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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Are you a skilled Director of Institutional Giving who believes in lending your skills to end hunger? If so, consider being a Director of Institutional Giving for the San Francisco Marin Food Bank.

The SF Marin Food Bank is comprised of a dedicated team of approximately 150 staff working collaboratively to provide close to 50 million pounds of food to over 210,000 people in the Bay Area – a region where 1 in 4 people are at risk of hunger. We are currently looking for a Director of Institutional Giving to help in leading our program efforts of our organization. See job description below and apply today if you would like to join us in our mission to end hunger.

POSITION PURPOSE

The Food Bank seeks a seasoned and strategic development professional to join us at a time of exceptional growth. The Director of Institutional Giving (Director) will be charged with driving strategy and implementation for significant growth in corporate and foundation giving to the Food Bank, with an emphasis on cultivating transformational relationships leading to 6- and 7-figure commitments. The Director will oversee a talented team of fundraisers delivering $5.5 million in annual operating grants to the Food Bank. S/he will also model an integrated approach to secure long-range commitments for capital, operating and special purpose initiatives at the Food Bank, and will help deliver major support for the current $40 million expansion campaign. The Director will embrace the Food Bank’s mission to end hunger in San Francisco and Marin and will leverage his or her professional expertise to advance this mission.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES

Institutional Fund Development


  • Raise, and lead the institutional giving team to raise, significant philanthropic revenue from corporations and foundations through gifts, grants, sponsorships and new forms of private philanthropy;

  • Develop and manage a high-value, high-yield portfolio of corporate and foundation prospects, donors and partners; cultivate and engage effectively with relevant local and national corporate and foundation executives, program officers, board members and staff;

  • Design and direct implementation of annual and multi-year revenue plans against ambitious goals;

  • Develop and direct implementation of an institutional giving growth strategy, in close collaboration with colleagues in development and programming;

  • Partner with Capital Campaign team to deliver commitments to the expansion campaign;

  • Serve on the Development Directors team and collaborate with colleagues to set annual and long-term fundraising strategy and plans for the department;

  • Serve as a spokesperson for the Food Bank within corporate and foundation communities;

  • Perform other duties and participate in special projects as needed.

Administration and Staff Management


  • Set a strong vision for the team, including clear priorities, objectives and measurable goals. Oversee annual budgeting, work planning and performance evaluations;

  • Provide professional development support and mentor individuals toward greater professional achievement;

  • Foster an environment that values and rewards collaboration, leadership, excellence, accountability, and mutual respect.

QUALIFICATIONS


  • Broad-based experience securing major institutional or principal gifts for a $20+ million nonprofit organization, with experience managing a team of fundraisers;

  • Track record of success driving long-range strategies for a complex giving program;

  • Experience designing, structuring, closing, and stewarding, complex, multi-year funding agreements; knowledge of major local foundations and human services funders;

  • Experience developing and contributing to multi-year capital and programmatic campaigns;

  • Exceptional collaboration skills and ability to thrive in a time of organizational growth and change;

  • Experience managing and mentoring development staff members;

  • Outstanding communication skills across multiple platforms, contexts and communities;

  • Sensitivity and commitment to working with and serving a diverse community.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT: (The physical and environmental 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.)

ENVIRONMENT: Standard office with occasional travel to program sites

FINGER DEXTERITY: Requires typing on standard computer.

TALKING: Ability to speak on phone and face to face.

HEARING: Able to hear average or normal conversations and receive ordinary information.

REPETITIVE MOTIONS: Frequent and regular movements using the wrists, hands, and fingers.

AVERAGE VISUAL ABILITIES: Average, ordinary, visual acuity necessary to view computer screens and documents.

PHYSICAL STRENGTH: NOT APPLICABLE.

COMMUNICATION AND COGNITIVE REQUIREMENTS:

REASONING ABILITY: Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide range of complex intellectual and practical problems.

MATHEMATICS ABILITY: Ability to perform advanced math skills, use decimals to compute ratios and percentages, and to draw and interpret graphs.

LANGUAGE ABILITY: Fluency in English.

SALARY: Competitive pay based on qualifications and experience

BENEFITS: Medical, dental, life, long-term disability, and 403(b) retirement plan with employer base and matching contribution. Generous holidays, vacation, and sick time.

The San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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Are you a skilled Project Leader who believes in lending your skills to end hunger? If so, consider being a Project Leader for the San Francisco Marin Food Bank.

The SF Marin Food Bank is comprised of a dedicated team of approximately 150 staff working collaboratively to provide close to 50 million pounds of food to over 210,000 people in the Bay Area – a region where 1 in 5 people are at risk of hunger. We are currently looking for a Project Leader to help lead volunteer projects and participants. See job description below and apply today if you would like to join us in our mission to end hunger.

POSITION SUMMARY: Project Leaders supervise large groups, organizing volunteers in completing one or two food sorting tasks per shift. This hybrid position bridges the Food Bank’s Operations and Development teams in ensuring food is packed and ready for delivery as well as representing the Food Bank to dozens of potential donors each day. The successful Project Leader is invested in the mission of the Food Bank. S/he is able to speak to a large group, teach people of all backgrounds how to complete a task, manage a busy room of volunteers, and operate heavy machinery.

SCHEDULE: Saturday, Sunday 7:00 am - 3:30 pm, Monday: 7:30am - 4:00pm; Tuesday and Wednesday: 11:30 am - 8:00 pm; Days off -- Thursday and Friday.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Volunteer Supervision and Project Management (50%)



  • Supervise volunteers in multiple shifts each day, including: training in safe warehouse procedures, teaching specific processes based on project, and assigning volunteer tasks according to skills and needs of volunteers.


  • Manage volunteer project, including: preparing room and supplies, monitoring inventory and food safety, cleaning room at end of shift, and submitting accompanying paperwork/data entry.

  • Ensure the safety of volunteers/shoppers (including evacuation if necessary) while at the Food Bank.

  • Conduct orientation/tour, demonstration of project, and debrief/reflection for volunteers, helping communicate specific talking points and ensuring volunteers feel appreciated and useful.

  • Refer long-time volunteers and those who express interest in further tasks to Volunteer Project Manager.

Warehouse Work (35%)



  • Operate material handling equipment (forklifts, pallet jacks, etc.) in a safe manner to perform warehouse duties: receiving, storage, agency order pulling, salvage, produce sorting, etc.

  • Receive, sort, and process produce, salvage, and food drive products.

  • Assist with periodic physical inventories and ongoing inventory control issues.

  • Perform other duties and tasks as required.

Administrative (10%)



  • Complete all paperwork/data entry for volunteer projects, inventory transfers and dump sheets, accurately, and in a timely fashion.

  • Assist in administering Workfare Program. Recruit, interview, train, manage, and maintain records for participants.

Other (5%)



  • Participate in organization, department, and team meetings and trainings.


QUALIFICATIONS:


  • High School diploma or equivalent, one-year experience in volunteer supervision or related nonprofit work preferred.

  • Ability to work and interact well with individuals (staff and volunteers) from a variety of socioeconomic backgrounds in a culturally diverse environment.

  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.

  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to prioritize tasks in the warehouse.

  • Ability to operate reach forklifts, pallet jacks, etc., or willing to learn.

  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds on a regular basis.

  • Ability to accurately enter data.

  • Use of basic arithmetic to maintain accurate transactions.

  • Able to work assigned schedule.

BENEFITS: The Food Bank offers generous benefits including medical, dental, life, long-term disability, and 403(b) retirement plan with employer contribution. Generous holiday, vacation, and sick time.

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

The SF-Marin Food Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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Are you a skilled Program Coordinator who believes in lending your skills to end hunger? If so, consider being a Program Coordinator for the San Francisco Marin Food Bank.

The SF Marin Food Bank is comprised of a dedicated team of approximately 150 staff working collaboratively to provide close to 50 million pounds of food to over 210,000 people in the Bay Area – a region where 1 in 5 people are at risk of hunger. We are currently looking for a Program Coordinator to help support partners and participants. See job description below and apply today if you would like to join us in our mission to end hunger.

POSITION PURPOSE

This position is a full-time, non-exempt position. Candidates should have experience working with community-based organizations and low-income communities in either San Francisco or Marin. Bilingual Cantonese required. Position requires ability and willingness to work a flexible schedule, including periodic evening and weekend hours.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES

Neighborhood Oversight


  • Provide support to member agencies in San Francisco to improve/expand/sustain food distribution programs and optimize utilization of Food Bank services

  • Perform outreach in neighborhoods to identify, recruit and train community-based organizations to establish food programs

  • Inform, monitor and follow up with partner agencies to ensure compliance with Food Bank policies

  • Conduct periodic trainings with partner agencies and their staff, both paid and volunteer

  • Promote the well-being of individuals seeking food assistance and adherence to confidentiality guidelines

  • Respect for the inherent dignity and worth of individuals seeking assistance while treating each person in a caring and respectful manner

Program Coordination


  • Administer Food Bank program policies, procedures, information collection, reporting and evaluations

  • Communicate program information with agency representatives and Food Bank staff

  • Coordinate program logistics

Contract/Grant Support


  • Assist with proposals, implementation, and reporting for government contracts and private grants

Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS


  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent education and experience in social services

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and experience working with databases and data on multiple programs

  • Candidates should have experience working with community-based organizations and low-income communities in either San Francisco or Marin

  • Ability to work and interact well with individuals (staff, volunteers and participants) from a variety of socioeconomic backgrounds in a culturally diverse environment

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including comfort presenting in front of large groups

  • Experience and skill in conflict resolution, de-escalation techniques and having difficult conversations

  • Ability to maintain confidentiality, demonstrate professional ethics and diplomacy at all times

  • Interest in hunger or food issues

  • Excellent interpersonal, customer service and problem-solving skills

  • Excellent time management skills

  • Bilingual Cantonese required

  • Excellent team player who also works well independently and has a positive attitude about

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT:

(The physical and environmental 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.)

ENVIRONMENT: Standard office

FINGER DEXTERITY: Requires typing on standard computer.

TALKING: Ability to speak on phone and face to face.

HEARING: Able to hear average or normal conversations and recieve ordinary information.

REPETITIVE MOTIONS: Frequent and regular movements using the wrists, hands, and fingers.

AVERAGE VISUAL ABILITIES: Average, ordinary, visual acuity necessary to view computer screens and documents.

PHYSICAL STRENGTH: NOT APPLICABLE.

COMMUNICATION AND COGNITIVE REQUIREMENTS

REASONING ABILITY: Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide range of intellectual and practical problems. Ability to interpret instructions.

MATHEMATICS ABILITY: Ability to perform basic math skills, use decimals to compute ratios and percentages, and to draw and interpret graphs.

LANGUAGE ABILITY: Fluency in Cantonese. Demonstrated excellence in writing and editing.

SALARY: Competitive pay based on qualifications and experience

BENEFITS: Medical, dental, life, long-term disability, and 403(b) retirement plan with employer base and matching contribution. Generous holidays, vacation, and sick time.

The San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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Are you a skilled Program Manager who believes in lending your skills to end hunger? If so, consider being a Program Manager for the San Francisco Marin Food Bank.

The SF Marin Food Bank is comprised of a dedicated team of approximately 150 staff working collaboratively to provide close to 50 million pounds of food to over 210,000 people in the Bay Area – a region where 1 in 5 people are at risk of hunger. We are currently looking for a Program Manager to help support partners and participants. See job description below and apply today if you would like to join us in our mission to end hunger.

POSITION PURPOSE

The Program Manager fosters relationships with existing and potential agency partners. He/She provides direction and support to a team of Program Coordinators as they work to sustain, improve, and expand Food Bank distribution programs and services.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES

Agency Relations


  • Manage team of Program Coordinators who are the primary contacts for agencies and participants accessing and managing through Food Bank programs.

  • Ensure Program Coordinators perform outreach in neighborhoods to identify, recruit, and retain community-based organizations to establish food programs.

  • Oversee the effective deployment of Food Bank services in assigned neighborhoods.

  • Ensures community partnerships are compliant with Food Bank policies.

  • Leads Program Coordinators in educating partners on Food Bank programs and subsequent policies and processes.

Program Operations


  • Ensure Program Coordinators facilitate flow of information from neighborhood agencies and participants to relevant Food Bank stakeholders, including Program Associate and Participant Enrollment Team.

  • Support the deployment of applicable technology among program coordinators and agencies.

  • Continually monitor the effectiveness of neighborhood program operations and business processes and make improvements as required.

People Leadership


  • Set and communicate a strong vision for direct and indirect reports, including clear priorities, objectives, and measurable goals. Oversee Program Coordinator work planning and performance evaluations for direct reports.

  • Provide professional development support and mentor individuals toward greater professional achievement

  • He/She develops SMART individual workplans for Program Coordinator to meet organizational strategic goals ensuring the advancement towards our mission to end hunger in San Francisco and Marin counties

PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS


  • Programs managed efficently and within budget

  • Program Coordinator team is adequately appropriated in SF and Marin communities

  • Programs meet strategic organizational goals and measures

  • Appropriate policies and procedures are maintained and updated regularly

QUALIFICATIONS

Education/Experience:


  • BA or equivalent relevant experience

  • Minimum 2 years managing teams

  • Demonstrated success in managing comparable programs and efforts

Preferred knowledge:


  • Extensive knowledge of Food Bank Programs

  • Extensive knowledge of Food Bank Program Management, reporting, and regulations.

Skills/Abilities:


  • Proficient in MS Office (Excel, Powerpoint, Word etc.) including advanced Excel skills

  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and customer service skills

  • Ability to work and interact well with individuals (staff, volunteers and participants) from a variety of socioeconomic backgrounds in a culturally diverse environment

  • Advanced knowledge of low-income San Francisco and/or Marin populations, service providers, and faith-based organizations preferred

  • Ability to listen, identify, analyze, and guide lay users through system and procedural problems.

  • Knowledge of Food Bank agencies and neighborhoods preferred

  • Excellent organizational and time-management skills

  • Ability to work efficiently, independently, and as part of a team; to communicate regularly; and meet deadlines in a fast paced environment

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:


  • Drivers license preferred

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT: (The physical and environmental 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.)

ENVIRONMENT: Standard office with frequent travel to program sites

FINGER DEXTERITY: Requires typing on standard computer.

TALKING: Ability to speak on phone and face to face.

HEARING: Able to hear average or normal conversations and receive ordinary information.

REPETITIVE MOTIONS: Frequent and regular movements using the wrists, hands, and fingers.

AVERAGE VISUAL ABILITIES: Average, ordinary, visual acuity necessary to view computer screens and documents.

PHYSICAL STRENGTH: NOT APPLICABLE.

COMMUNICATION AND COGNITIVE REQUIREMENTS

REASONING ABILITY: Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide range of complex intellectual and practical problems.

MATHEMATICS ABILITY: Ability to perform advanced math skills, use decimals to compute ratios and percentages, and to draw and interpret graphs.

LANGUAGE ABILITY: Fluency in English. Fluency in Cantonese or Spanish a plus.

SALARY: Competitive pay based on qualifications and experience

BENEFITS: Medical, dental, life, long-term disability, and 403(b) retirement plan with employer base and matching contribution. Generous holidays, vacation, and sick time.

The San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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Are you a skilled Program Manager who believes in lending your skills to end hunger? If so, consider being a Program Manager for the San Francisco Marin Food Bank.

The SF Marin Food Bank is comprised of a dedicated team of approximately 150 staff working collaboratively to provide close to 50 million pounds of food to over 210,000 people in the Bay Area – a region where 1 in 5 people are at risk of hunger. We are currently looking for a Program Manager to help support partners and participants. See job description below and apply today if you would like to join us in our mission to end hunger.

POSITION PURPOSE

Responsible for the effective design, implementation and management of the Home-Delivered Groceries program. Lead the HDG program for the Food Bank, acting as the program expert responsible for developing an HDG strategy to efficiently and effectively serve more participants. He/she develops the program’s SMART workplan and effective operations to meet organizational strategic goals ensuring the advancement towards our mission to end hunger in San Francisco and Marin counties.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES

Program Development & Management


  • Oversee and grow HDG programming in San Francisco and Marin

  • Ensure effective program design, communication and implementation

  • Oversee outreach efforts to promote HDG programming and identify sites for program implementation in collaboration with outreach for other Food Bank programs

  • Continually monitor the effectiveness of program operations and business processes and make improvements as required

  • Convene regular stakeholder groups to discuss program performance and impact

  • Make important tactical decisions and strategic recommendations affecting the direction of assigned programs and projects

  • Work with Strategy and Analytics team to ensure accurate data collection, reporting, projections and analysis and to develop and oversee technology to advance the work

Contract/Grant/Budget Management


  • Support private and public grant development, negotiations, reporting and relationship management

  • Coordinate preparation for internal and external program and/or contract audits

  • Develop and manage program budgets, expenditures and year-end projections

  • Ensure contract compliance

People Leadership


  • Develop and manage a volunteer force for HDG deliveries

  • Set and communicate a strong vision for direct and indirect reports, including clear priorities, objectives and measurable goals. Oversee individual work planning and performance evaluations of direct reports

  • Educate internal collaborators on relevant program benefits and requirements

  • Ensure internal and external collaborators have the necessary skills and training to effectively and sustainably grow program

  • Provide professional development support and mentor staff and volunteers toward greater professional achievement

PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS


  • HDG program managed efficiently and meeting set enrollment targets

  • HDG program compliance requirements are met

  • Appropriate policies and procedures are maintained and updated regularly

QUALIFICATIONS

Education/Experience:


  • BA or equivalent relevant experience

  • Demonstrated experience developing a client-centered social services program

  • Volunteer recruitment and retention experience

Skills/Abilities:


  • Excellent communication, interpersonal and customer service skills

  • Ability to work and interact well with individuals (staff, volunteers and participants) from a variety of socioeconomic backgrounds in a culturally diverse environment

  • Proficient in MS Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word etc.) including advanced Excel and Word formatting skills

  • Contract management experience preferred

  • A people-centered mindset with related problem-solving skills, including deescalation and having difficult conversations; mediation training/expertise a plus

  • An analytical mindset with problem-solving skills

  • Ability to listen, identify, analyze, and guide lay users through system and procedural problems

  • Advanced knowledge of low-income San Francisco and/or Marin populations, service providers, faith-based organizations and neighborhoods preferred

  • Excellent organizational and time-management skills

  • Ability to work efficiently, independently and as part of a team; to communicate regularly; and meet deadlines

Certificates/Licenses/Registrations:


  • Driver’s license required

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT: (The physical and environmental 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.)

Environment: Standard office with occasional travel to program sites

Finger Dexterity: Requires typing on standard computer

Talking: Ability to speak on phone, face to face, and in front of groups

Hearing: Able to hear average or normal conversations and receive ordinary information

Repetitive Motions: Frequent and regular movements using the wrists, hands, and fingers

Average Visual Abilities: Average, ordinary, visual acuity necessary to view computer screens and documents

Physical Strength: Not applicable

COMMUNICATION AND COGNITIVE REQUIREMENTS

Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide range of complex intellectual and practical problems

Mathematics Ability: Ability to perform advanced math skills, use decimals to compute ratios and percentages, and to draw and interpret graphs

Language Ability: Fluency in English. Good writing skills. Cantonese/Spanish a plus

Salary: Competitive pay based on qualifications and experience

Benefits: Medical, dental, life, long-term disability, and 403(b) retirement plan with employer base and matching contribution. Generous holidays, vacation, and sick time.

The San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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Job Title: Development Administrative Assistant

Location: Concord CA

Classification: Non-Exempt Regular Full Time with Benefits

Reports to: Office Manager

Annual Salary: $36,000 – $38,000

AGENCY OVERVIEW:Lutheran Social Services of Northern California is a non-profit agency providing services in supportive housing.

MISSION STATEMENT: LSS of Northern California's mission is to promote stability and honor the dignity of those we serve by providing supportive housing services that lead to self-sufficiency. LSS envisions that our communities have hope, stability, and a path to self-sufficiency.


POSITION DESCRIPTION: The Development/Administrative Assistant (DAA) reports to the Development Director, providing essential assistance in attaining the annual financial goals of the organization. The DAA is a strong writer with excellent computer skills who assists the Development Director by supporting and implementing of the LSS’s fund raising activities and operations. The DAA also has strong administrative skills and supports the Administrative Office Manager with daily operations of the Concord Administration Office.

QUALIFICATIONS: Successful candidate is a highly organized self-starter with strong time management abilities to meet critical deadlines while juggling competing priorities.


  • Ability to write clearly and concisely and edit copy for clarity and grammatical accuracy

  • Ability to work well in teams and use direct communication to express needs and priorities with

  • Strong initiative and self-starter with follow-through

  • Attention to detail, especially in editing and proofreading

  • Must maintain professional appearance and demeanor and remain calm and professional in stressful situations

  • Punctual, reliable, accountable

  • Must have good people skills and a positive attitude when communicating about LSS and its work

  • Comfort and experience dealing with numbers and elementary math

  • Ability to effectively communicate with people at all levels and from various backgrounds (including: staff, consumers, volunteers, donors, etc.)

  • Experience with databases. Extra points for Raisers Edge or other complex donor management system.

  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite

  • Bachelor’s degree, one year fund-raising experience or office experience preferred

  • Must be able to speak, read, write, and understand the primary language(s) used in the workplace

  • Ability to travel within Bay Area and Sacramento

  • Ability to work nights and weekends as needed for events, donor meetings and Board meetings

  • Successfully pass a Criminal background and DMV check

KEY DUTIES

Under supervision of the Executive Office Manager or Development Director, the Development Administrative Assist is responsible for the following duties.

Donor Communications


  • Assist with writing, editing and laying out Grace at Work newsletter, print and electronic

  • Work with DD in developing content and then formatting e-mail marketing for appeals, events, stewardship and advocacy using Constant Contact or other email marketing program

  • In conjunction with DD, maintain social media presence on relevant utilities, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Grants Administration


  • Assist DD in researching opportunities, writing and editing proposals and reports. 

Congregation Relations


  • Assist DD and DA in outreach to congregations for speaking, holiday gift drives, welcome baskets and in-kind donations.

Advancement Services


  • Become proficient with the Raisers Edge NXT donor database and input data, access reports or donor lists as needed.

  • Process gifts and grant payments, including bank deposits.

  • Coordinate with DA to ensure timely acknowledgement of gifts.

Fundraising


  • Assists as needed in planning, execute and track annual campaign 

General Administrative


  • Front desk reception duties

  • Prepare daily deposit logs

  • Maintain office filing for A/P & timesheets and other projects as needed

  • Matching checks with invoices and preparing checks for mailing

  • Pulling backup documentation for invoicing

  • Maintaining AB12 spreadsheet

  • Record in-kind gifts in tracking binder

  • Process mail daily and make post office runs

  • Maintain office supplies

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential function 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 frequently is required to use hands to hold objects, writing instruments, or files; and talk and hear. The employee is frequently required to stand, walk, sit, and reach with hands and arms, to use a computer and smell. The employee must occasionally lift/or move up to 20 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include ability to read, close vision, distance vision; color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. This position requires the ability to see, review and share the organizations secure electronic and physical files with other program staff; the incumbent will also have access to the organization’s and other highly confidential information. Because of this, the employee must have the ability to perform the job at the location of the assigned program or field office(s).

The employee frequently will be required to travel to locations within the regional areas of LSS. This may require standing in lines, walking up and down stairs, and traveling to multiple destinations on any given day. While performing the duties of the job, the employee may occasionally work outside in weather conditions, is exposed to vibration while driving a car.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Lutheran Social Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer


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Do you want to make a difference in the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities? We are looking for candidates to work within a team environment with the individuals supported, their families and providers in the community. This position provides assistance to individuals with developmental disabilities to lead more independent and productive lives by coming up with innovative, person centered approaches to improve the quality of services to individuals supported by the Agency in a compassionate and creative environment.

The Intake Specialist acts as the first point of contact between potential Early Start and continuing clients and the Regional Center. The position also needs to provide basic information on services and secure information to determine eligibility requirements and potential services. This position requires travel to offices and meetings throughout the Bay Area. Occasional statewide travel to sites throughout California may be required. Fluency in both written and verbal Spanish is required.

DUTIES

Solicit all intake information from applicants, provide information regarding GGRC services, and refer qualified clients to Assessment Team or other community resources (when indicated). Provide general information and referrals regarding resources and services to clients and callers. Explain GGRC procedures and policies, including legislation and due process rights. Ensure the required timeframes, policies and procedures are met.

Input intake information and notes into system. Confirm client’s ‘first time’ status in Regional Center system. Maintain database of calls and documentation of applicant’s inquiries. Complete and maintain all required forms and reports according to regulations and procedures. Complete monthly statistics.

Determine place of residence in accordance with guidelines. Review and determine appropriateness of applications for service. Maintain information and referral services. Assist in determining referrals for outreach services. Provide administrative support to unit as needed. Participate in special projects and assist with additional duties or tasks, as assigned.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

• Associate Degree from an accredited college of social welfare or related human services field required. Bachelor's degree is preferred;

• 1+ year client interaction and evaluation experience;

• Work experience with developmentally disabled;

• Experience in the field of Early Childhood Development desired;

• Case Management experience preferred;

• Experience in multi-cultural settings and/or multi-lingual capacity.

SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES

• Able to speak clearly and be understood by native Spanish speakers and to understand relevant spoken/written dialects, as appropriate;

• Good interview skills and able to assess individual needs and input detailed notes into system while interviewing;

• Excellent communication skills in producing documents in a business manner and conveying complex information in a clear, concise and professional manner;

• Familiar with issues associated with working with developmentally disabled;

• Familiar with MS Office and Adobe products;

• Able to operate basic office equipment;

• Time management and organizational skills;

• Initiative and decision making;

• Customer and detail oriented.

Salary starts at $3,500.00 per month

ABOUT THE AGENCY

Golden Gate Regional Center is a private non-profit agency that provides assistance. We offer competitive pay, outstanding benefits, and a dynamic work environment. We have over 200 employees located in San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo counties.

GGRC is an equal employment opportunity employer.

Local candidates only please. No phone calls.


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Reading Partners AmeriCorps Member (2020-21)

San Francisco Bay Area

San Francisco & Oakland

Full time

Reading Partners is changing the education landscape. We are a leader in working to solve the literacy crisis in our country by leveraging community volunteers and AmeriCorps service members in under-resourced elementary schools. Our dedicated and expansive volunteer base provides one-on-one tutoring to students twice weekly, and our program is proven to help children master the reading fundamentals they need to unlock their potential as successful and confident readers in school and in life. Our people are the heart and soul of our organization, and our greatest resource; we are all passionately rallied around our mission to help children become lifelong learners by empowering communities to provide individualized instruction that works. Join our stellar team leading the charge to deepen our impact and expand our service. 

 

AmeriCorps/VISTA engages more than 80,000 Americans in intensive service each year at nonprofits, schools, public agencies, and community and faith-based groups across the country. Since the program s founding in 1994, over 1 million AmeriCorps members have contributed more than 1.4 billion hours in service across America while tackling pressing problems and mobilizing more than 2.3 million volunteers for the organizations they serve.

At Reading Partners we have to mobilize 350 full-time AmeriCorps and VISTA members to serve in various positions across the country. This AmeriCorps service opportunity is school-based supporting and implementing the Reading Partners mission while at the same time exemplifying the AmeriCorps motto of getting things done. Reading Partners strives to recruit AmeriCorps members dedicated to a year of service in the community.

The Roles

Interested in direct service in one or multiple elementary schools? Check out our school-based AmeriCorps opportunities below!

The AmeriCorps Site Coordinator is the face of Reading Partners within our reading centers in elementary schools, leading the full-time program coordination, operations, and relationship development at their school. This is an exciting opportunity to serve directly with kids, coach volunteers, build partnerships with faculty and staff, and gain hands-on-experience with a literacy program that works!

What you ll do & how you ll do it:

Program implementation - Coordinate the day-to-day operations of Reading Partners program at a partner school to ensure the Reading Partners program and curriculum meet students learning needs.


  • Leading program implementation is a huge responsibility! As the head of a reading center, Site Coordinators demonstrate a strong understanding of our program and can effectively coach volunteer tutors through the curriculum. Superb organizational skills are paramount in meeting student enrollment goals (an average of 40-80 students), coordinating constantly changing schedules, managing accurate student and tutor data records, and tracking student progress through regular assessments. Site Coordinators also serve directly with students to provide ongoing tutoring throughout the year.

Relationship management & communication - Forge and maintain positive relationships within the school community to create a welcoming environment for students, volunteer tutors, faculty, and staff.


  • Fostering relationships within the school community is a key component of a Site Coordinator s success. Site Coordinators demonstrate an aptitude for communication, adapting their communication styles to best suit the needs of students, volunteer tutors, Reading Partners colleagues, and school-based faculty/staff. The ability to motivate kids in their learning and to manage their behavior is a significant responsibility, as is the ability to train, guide, and give feedback to volunteer tutors.

The AmeriCorps Regional Site Coordinator plays a critical role in our school-based team within the region. This role serves as a mobile coordinator to support multiple reading centers. They accomplish this by tutoring, identifying trends, sharing best practices across schools, and supporting AmeriCorps Site Coordinators.

What you ll do & how you ll do it:

Program support - Collaborate with AmeriCorps Site Coordinators to implement the Reading Partners program at a portfolio of partner school sites, ensuring that all students receive support to meet their learning needs.


  • The Regional Site Coordinator is an extension of the greater Reading Partners team. In serving multiple school sites, Regional Site Coordinators must develop a strong understanding of our curriculum and how to implement them across different reading centers. This knowledge is key to identifying regional trends and partnering with the local team to share best practices and resources across schools. Regional Site Coordinators often provide additional targeted tutoring support to students and coaching to volunteer tutors to improve program quality. If needed, Regional Site Coordinators may be asked to transition into the Site Coordinator role at a specific elementary school.

Relationship management & communication - Forge and maintain positive relationships within multiple school communities and with AmeriCorps peers to create welcoming environments for students, volunteer tutors, faculty, and staff.


  • Strong relationships are a cornerstone of the Regional Site Coordinator s success. Because Regional Site Coordinators interact with a significant number of students, volunteer tutors, Reading Partners staff, and school faculty/staff across the region, the ability to foster trust and positive relationships is a must. The aptitude to guide and give feedback to volunteer tutors is critical, as is the ability to identify student and tutor trends throughout individual school sites.

The AmeriCorps Literacy Lead is a direct tutoring support within our reading centers, focusing on target students in need of more individualized instruction. This is an exciting opportunity to provide intensive tutoring to kids, support the research and creation of literacy trainings, and get a hands-on approach to an educational program that works!

What you ll do and how you ll do it:

Direct tutoring & student support - Tutor an average of 15 target students twice per week, identifying alternative methods to provide more intensive and individualized literacy strategies to meet our students learning needs.


  • The Literacy Lead is an exciting role that hones in on tutoring and educational best practices. Literacy Leads partner with the region s school-based team to support site setup at multiple reading centers through the first month of launch. Once assigned to a reading center, our Literacy Leads collaborate with AmeriCorps Site Coordinators to identify, assess, and tutor students in need of additional instruction. A strong ability to understand our program is crucial, as is a love for serving directly with students. Literacy Leads may also research, create, and facilitate tutor trainings to share best practices and improve student outcomes.

Relationship management & communication - Forge and maintain positive relationships within the elementary school community to create a welcoming environment for students.


  • Creating strong relationships with target students is a significant aspect of the Literacy Lead s role. Because Literacy Leads regularly tutor a portfolio of approximately 15 students, an inherent passion and ability to connect with and motivate children towards success is crucial.

About You!

You ll be successful in this role if you:


  • Are dedicated to national and community service

  • Understand this position is an AmeriCorps service commitment and are dedicated to successfully completing a full term term of service.

  • Demonstrate a passion for working with children

  • Possess a natural ability to connect with people

  • Are eager for a dynamic schedule

  • Pay strong attention to detail and manage competing priorities effectively

  • Boast a deep belief in and passionately promote our mission

  • Demonstrate a love for relationship building and public speaking

  • Have flexibility and adaptability in both work style and work environment

  • Take initiative in meeting goals and seeking professional growth

  • Can problem-solve through challenges and failures

  • Can quickly learn new technology systems like Salesforce, and have a high level of comfort with Microsoft Office and Google Apps

  • Root your work in our core values

  • Possess a high school diploma or GED

  • Hold US Citizenship or Permanent Resident Status

  • Have not completed more than three (3) prior AmeriCorps or VISTA service terms

Bonus Points if you:


  • Are an AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service alum/alumna

  • Have experience volunteering with other community-based or education programs

What we offer:


  • AmeriCorps members earn an annual living stipend of $23,000

  • AmeriCorps members are eligible for medical, dental, and vision coverage at no cost for our members; childcare assistance is available through AmeriCorps for those who qualify.

  • AmeriCorps members can earn an education award of $6,195 after successfully completing their service term.

  • You may be eligible for student loan forbearance on federal student loans.

  • We offer an exciting and dynamic culture, and we commit to investing in and supporting our amazing people to grow their careers with us. As such, we provide ongoing professional development opportunities.

The other things you need to know:



  • Service Terms: AmeriCorps members serve full-time (approximately 40 hours/week) from August 2020 through June 2021, and must commit to a service term of 1700 hours over an 11-month period.


  • Travel: AmeriCorps members regularly travel to school sites throughout the week, and need access to reliable transportation on a daily basis. AmeriCorps members also make occasional trips to regional offices and service day events.


  • Reading Partners AmeriCorps Orientation: At the start of each program year, Reading Partners holds an intensive program orientation training to take a deeper dive into our program, foster relationships with regional teams, and learn the skills necessary to execute their respective AmeriCorps role.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. Position will remain posted until filled. No phone inquiries.


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Homeward Bound of Marin

Title: Shelter Supervisor – New Beginnings Center - (NBC) Exempt

Regular Full Time: 40 hrs. per/week Work Schedule: TBD; will include

Hourly Wage: $27 per hour either Saturday or Sunday

Reports To: Program Director – NBC

Unit: Residential – Shelter and Housing Programs

Job Announcement: Homeward Bound is Marin County's primary provider of housing and shelter for single individuals and families experiencing homelessness, offering short- and long-term supportive housing, job-training and placement, and services. Our mission is “Opening Doors to Safety, Dignity, Hope, and Independence.” We are looking for the right person to join our Housing Focused Shelter team.

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Principle Responsibilities:

Support Staff, Clients, and Community Partners

• Manage a caseload of approximately 6-8 clients in Housing Focused Shelter.

• Work collaboratively with case management staff and community partners for case conferencing, and other client related needs.

• Design and facilitate house meetings, group workshops, and dorm meetings for clients in partnership with Supervisor and Housing Navigator,

• Provide guidance to staff and assist with conflict management / mediation in the absence of Program Director-NBC.

• Support Program Director-NBC with staffing scheduling

• Provide supervision to Resource Counselors and guidance to Relief staff as needed.

• Communicate clearly and consistently with Program Director-NBC.

• Coordinate training of relief staff and assist with on-boarding process for core staff.

• Ensure that program documentation is completed for all client interactions (incident reports, program violations, SIRP notes, etc.).

• Oversee volunteer training and ongoing supervision.

Intake, Enrollment, and Administrative Support

• Receive and process program referrals including logging referrals into the database and reaching out to community partners for client placement.

• Manage daily call-in process and update daily rosters.

• Conduct client intakes and assessments in Clarity, the Homeless Management Information System.

• Support Program Director-NBC with evaluating 28 day renewals to asses clients’ housing focused progress

• Enter accurate and timely data for program enrollments and exits to support evaluation, outcomes tracking, and to minimize errors and duplicate entries.

• Ensure client files are set-up accurately with all required documentation.

• Provide support to Program Director-NBC in the evaluation / client transfers process between programs.

• Perform other duties as assigned by Program Director-NBC..

Facilities

• Oversee ongoing maintenance including daily chores, painting, landscaping, and repairs in conjunction with Maintenance staff.

• Coordinate and document repairs with HB Maintenance staff and with appropriate contractors.

• Oversee ordering of supplies and equipment.

• Coordinate facility needs and chore system with NBC Resource Counselor.

• Conduct daily checks of the facility to support safety and cleanliness.

• Identify and report all major facility problems to supervisor.

• Follow all use permit requirements as designated in property lease.

Minimum Qualifications and Requirements

• Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, or related field from an accredited college or university and a minimum of two years of experience providing support services to individuals in a human service setting.

• Experience performing case management duties in a health or human services field.

• Able and willing to work with diverse staff and participants.

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

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

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

Written & Verbal Communication Skills

• Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common governmental, financial, and legal documents and reports and be compliant to governmental regulations.

• Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.

• Ability to communicate clearly and problem solve with staff, residents, and community partners.

Physical Requirements

• Ability to sit, and use a computer mouse, keyboard, and monitor, for extended periods of time (3 - 5 hours per day).

• Ability to stoop, crouch, kneel, and/or crawl on occasion.

• Ability to lift and/or move objects weighing up to 40 pounds.

Special Qualifications & Qualities (skills, abilities, licenses)

• Desire and commitment to work to end homelessness with individuals and within communities.

• Passion and desire to work with a dynamic organization and team.

• Self-starter who takes appropriate initiative, has excellent time management and organizational skills, is creative, has a sense of humor, and the ability to learn from mistakes.

• Dynamic, resourceful, flexible, kind, compassionate, understanding, and accountable.

• High level of awareness, sensitivity, and comfort working in a culturally and ethnically diverse work environment.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY

At Homeward Bound we are committed to embracing diversity. All decisions regarding recruitment, hiring, promotion, assignment, training, termination, and other terms and conditions of employment will be made without regard to race, color, gender, religion, national origin, creed, ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age disability, veteran status, political ideology, or any legally protected class. It has always been and continues to be Homeward Bound’s policy that employees should be able to enjoy a work environment free from all forms of harassment and discrimination. We encourage applicants of diverse backgrounds to apply for any open position for which they feel qualified.

BACKGROUND CHECK(S)

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


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