Manager of High School Employment Programs, JVS, San Francisco

Manager of High School Employment Programs

Job Duties

Jewish Vocational Service (JVS) helps people build skills and find jobs to achieve self-sufficiency. JVS is a non-sectarian, not-for-profit corporation founded in 1973. JVS plays a leadership role in collaborative employment and training efforts throughout San Francisco and in workforce policy development and advocacy at local, state and federal levels.

Programs include: sector based training and employment strategies, close employer engagement, collaborative partnerships and targeted programs for youth with disabilities, displaced workers, and the transgender community

- See Manager of HS Employment Program position here: http://www.jvs.org/job-seekers/online-job-search/detail/?id=4264#sthash.Ixab0Dma.dpuf

EMPLOYMENT COUNSELOR – Community Housing Partnership – San Francisco

Job Description:

The Employment Counselor is responsible for guiding clients in transitional employment with the social enterprise from preparation for permanent placement through retention of their future job. Through one on one counseling, referrals, and workshops, the Employment Counselor will help employees prepare a professional job kit and secure permanent employment. Post placement, the Employment Counselor is also the primary administrator of the retention program – Solutions to Success – and future alumni outreach and activities. Reporting, documentation and administrative tasks related to their clients is also part of the job. The position reports to the Manager, Workforce Services and is non-exempt and part of SEIU 1021.

 

Please visit link below for more information:

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JANITOR – Community Housing Partnership’s – San Francisco

Job Description:

The Janitor is primarily responsible for maintaining the cleanliness and janitorial standards at the primary work location but is also available to work at any of the properties CHP manages on an as-needed basis. The Janitor reports to the Property Manager.

 

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DESK CLERK- Community Housing Partnership’s – San Francisco

Job Description:

The Desk Clerk is the gatekeeper to the Residences – enforcing CHP policies to ensure safe, decent housing for CHP tenants. Desk Clerks monitor daily building activities, provide 24-hour security, and respond to building and tenant emergencies. As the first point of contact for visitors to our properties, Desk Clerks are required to exhibit professional, courteous and respectful conduct to tenants and building guests, enforcing property rules while creating a welcoming environment. The position is supervised by an Assistant Property Manager.

 

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PROJECT MANAGER – Community Housing Partnership – San Francisco

Job Description:

The Project Manager will be responsible for developing new and rehabilitated supportive housing buildings for formerly homeless households. The position requires the ability to lead an external team of consultants, architects and contractors, and an internal team from various CHP departments, to complete development projects that serve CHP’s tenant population. The Project Manager reports to the Director of Real Estate Development.

 

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FIELD SUPPORT SERVICE TECHNICIAN TRAINEE – Must be SF Resident & PAES/Calworks participant, UI Exhaustee, or Foster Youth

Job Description:

Assisting IT Technicians as they upgrade or install PCs at various dept sites

Briefly describe major PST job duties:

  1. Prepare older computer equipment to be recycled
  2. Organize and maintain IT storage areas (sorting software/hardware, recycle boxes, etc.)
  3. Perform equipment inventory and removal
  4. Relocate computer equipment within a site or to remote locations
  5. Must be able to lift at least 40 pounds

Briefly describe job skills that will be learned:

  1. Basic Software and hardware installation
  2. Computer equipment dismantling

Minimum Qualifications (i.e. HS Diploma, valid CDL, computer skills, work experience, etc.):

HS Diploma or GED . Must be able to lift at least 40 pounds. An interest in computers/ technology.

Schedule:

32 hours/week, no overtime

Mandatory Lunch 1 HR daily.

Occasionally may require weekend work in place of weekdays.

Monday           Tuesday            Wednesday       Thursday           Friday

9:30am-5pm    9:30am-5pm    9:30am-5pm       9:30am-5pm      9:30am-4:30pm

 

HOW TO APPLY:

San Francisco County WTW Program jobs; Job Seekers must be a San Francisco resident AND one of the following to apply:

  • Current or former Foster Youth
  • Current CalWORKs or PAES Recipient;
  • CalWORKs Safety Net parent;
  • Unemployment Insurance exhaustee with dependant minor child

 

Please visit link below for more information:

IT DEPT – ALAN YUEN

 

INTAKE WORKER TRAINEE – Must be SF Resident & PAES/Calworks participant, UI Exhaustee, or Foster Youth

Job Description:

  • Learn about specific programs in the Department of Aging and Adult Services; programs such as Adult Protective Services, In Home Supportive Services and Home Delivered Meals and Information and Referrals.
  • Take messages for Adult Protective Services, In Home Supportive Services and Home Delivered Meals, Community Living Fund and Information and Referrals.
  • Complete In Home Supportive Services applications by phone.
  • Route/transfer phone calls to the specific programs as needed.
  • Exhibit Phone interviewing and customer services skills.
  • Assist in filling such as timesheets/time studies, Emergency Home Delivered Meals forms, collect statistical data for program.
  • Organize personal workspace; review, respond and file in-coming mail daily.
  • Use and respond timely to e-mail.
  • Attend all mandatory training and any other training instructed by Supervisor.
  • Assist with out reach and fair events.

Briefly describe job skills that will be learned:

  • Adult Services
  • Programs within DAAS
  • Computer skills
  • Phone skills
  • Out reach skills

 

Minimum Qualifications (i.e. HS Diploma, valid CDL, computer skills, work experience, etc.):

Have Computer experience in particular email system (lotus, outlook, other) Excel, Word, other.

Great attendance history.

Have Office Work experience.

Able to work from 8 am to 5 pm – Four days a week

 

HOW TO APPLY:

San Francisco County WTW Program jobs; Job Seekers must be a San Francisco resident AND one of the following to apply:

  • Current or former Foster Youth
  • Current CalWORKs or PAES Recipient;
  • CalWORKs Safety Net parent;
  • Unemployment Insurance exhaustee with dependant minor child

Please visit link below for more information:

DAAS – IHSS – M Navarro