Workforce Technology Coordinator

Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) is currently seeking a Workforce Technology Coordinator.

MEDA’s mission is to strengthen low- and moderate-income Latino families by promoting economic equity and social justice through asset building and community development.

Reporting to the Workforce Development Program Manager, the Workforce Technology Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating technology-based training for adults from the ages of 18 and older within MEDA’s workforce program.

This position will support the design, development, and implementation of the technology-based workforce development-training program (Mission Techies) serving Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act eligible program participants. The Mission Techies program provides hardware, software, coding, and database training.

Read the full job description and apply online at MEDA SF – Job Openings

 

 

Volunteer Coordinator at Project Open Hand

Project Open Hand is currently seeking a Volunteer Coordinator.

Who we are: Every day, thousands of people in the Bay Area are battling serious, life-threatening illnesses. And every day, Project Open Hand is there for them — providing healthy, nourishing meals with love. We also provide hot, nutritious meals for seniors to help them tackle the health challenges of old age. While engaging thousands of volunteers, donors, paid staff and local companies, we feed our neighbors in need.

the Volunteer Coordinator engages, coordinates, and motivates our incredible community of Volunteers. This is an ideal position for an energetic, confident, organized and analytical individual looking to continue their career helping chronically ill and elderly in a dynamic work environment.

Who you are:

If you are an available, kind, reliable, and competent worker who meets our qualifications we want to meet you.

Qualifications Required:

  • Demonstrated progressive experience in coordinating volunteers
  • Experience managing databases (Salesforce preferred)
  • Successful experience coordinating volunteers with mental/physical challenges
  • Strong cross-cultural competency
  • Flexible schedule with the ability to work weekends, nights, and holidays
  • Working knowledge of Network infrastructure

Qualifications Desired:

  • Degree in social services, or equivalent work experience
  • Bilingual (Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese)
  • Working familiarity and experience with Salesforce database

See the complete job description and apply for this position online at Project Open Hand – Volunteer Coordinator

Assistant Clients’ Rights Advocate at Disability Rights California – Bilingual

Disability Rights California (DRC) is a well-established and innovative non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the rights of Californians with disabilities. DRC works to achieve fairness and justice for people with disabilities through quality representation, advocacy, investigations of abuse and neglect, peer/self-advocacy services, community partnerships, legislative and regulatory advocacy work, education and outreach.

The Office of Clients’ Rights Advocacy will be responsible for the following:

  1.  Provide clients’ rights advocacy services to persons with developmental disabilities who are consumers of regional center services and to individuals who reside in the state developmental centers and hospitals, including ensuring the rights of persons with developmental disabilities and assisting persons with developmental disabilities in pursuing administrative and legal remedies.
  2. Investigate and take action as appropriate and necessary to resolve complaints from or concerning persons with developmental disabilities residing in licensed health and community care facilities regarding abuse, unreasonable denial, or punitive withholding, of rights
  3. Provide consultation, technical assistance, supervision and training, and support services for clients’ rights advocates that were previously the responsibility of the Office of Human Rights.
  4. Coordinate the provision of clients’ rights services in consultation with DDS, stakeholder organizations, and persons with developmental disabilities and their families representing California’s multi-cultural diversity.
  5. Provide at least two self-advocacy training sessions per year for consumers and family members.

Read the complete job description at Disability Rights California

Case Manager for Downtown Streets Team in Marin County

Downtown Streets Team (www.streetsteam.org) strives to end homelessness by enabling un-housed people to restore their dignity and rebuild their lives. Team members prepare for permanent employment and housing by participating on work teams that serve their local communities. We are looking for an independently focused, dedicated, and passionate Case Manager for our Marin County Teams.

SAMPLE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Work with Team Members engaged in Work Experience program to achieve housing, employment and personal goals
• Present new resources and convey case management information to a group of growing Team Members at the Weekly Success Team meeting
• Work with an ongoing caseload on a variety of goals such as but not limited to: acquiring identification, birth certificates, SS cards, record expungement and other legal matters, paying storage and phone bills, to securing housing and shelter.

Read the complete job ad and apply online at Craigslist

Data Information Specialist for Rehabilitation Facility

Center Point, Inc. is currently accepting applications for a full-time Data Information Specialist in San Rafael.

This individual will assist with navigating, maintaining, organizing and extracting information from various data bases across multiple departments; with a strong emphasis in Case Management Services.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  • Handle and protect confidential and sensitive data with integrity.
  • Manage data collection projects by meeting paper and electronic mailing deadlines, entering data, learn and use technology to do these tasks more efficiently.
  • Assist staff in the execution and evaluation of program participant surveys and assessments.
  • Collects and compile data and related program information from Agency programs as assigned
  • Assures the accuracy, thoroughness and validity of collected data and programmatic information; performs corrective actions as necessary
  • Enters data into relevant internal Agency and external government databases and generates reports as assigned
  • Assist in generating data and statistical reports and prepares narrative reports relating to the data
  • Conduct fidelity monitoring of implementation of evidence-based practices at both program sites.

See the complete job description and apply online at Craigslist

Information Desk Receptionist at Sutter Health

Sutter Health is currently accepting applications for the position of Information Desk Receptionist at a San Francisco facility.

Job Summary:

The Information Desk Receptionist is responsible for greeting visitors to the hospital, providing information about locations of patients and areas throughout the hospital. Acts as liaison between surgery staff and waiting families.

Qualifications:

High school diploma or equivalent required, some college preferred. Minimum one year of working with the public. Good interpersonal skills, with the ability to deal with the public in a courteous, friendly, and helpful manner. Must be computer literate, or have the ability to learn to use computers.

Apply for this position online at Sutter Health

 

Information Technology Technician at The LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired

The LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired is looking for a service-oriented Information Technology (IT) Technician to join the LightHouse team, in the heart of downtown San Francisco.

Applicants should have a history of positive and supportive human interactions, including demonstrated sensitivity to people with disabilities. Ultimately this is a service position, so the ability to interact with a variety of internal customers in a positive way is vital.

Education or equivalent: A degree in Information Technology, Computer Science or Computer Engineering preferred, although relevant work experience may also be considered. A Microsoft certification such as an MCSA or MSCE would be very helpful.

Experience: At least three years of experience providing desktop support, ideally in an organization of at least 30 people. Working administrative knowledge of Windows 7 and Windows 10 desktop operating systems, including settings and configuration – as well as some Apple iOS knowledge – is needed. Knowledge of workstation-class computers and laptops, including internal components and configuration.

See the complete job description and required qualifications at Craigslist

 

Part-time Delivery Drivers for Meals on Wheels in Marin

Meals on Wheels on Marin is seeking delivery drivers

Bring delicious meals to Marin’s homebound seniors and disabled and provide a friendly visit. We currently need on-call drivers approximately 4-8 hours per week. Pay is $14/hr. All that is required is a friendly smile and a clean driving record.

Responsibilities:

  • Deliver meals in a safe manner, within a defined area and time and in accrodance with our policies and procedures
  • Safely assist client in bringing meal into home
  • Follow protocol for leaving meals and responding when client does not answer
  • Load vehicle with hot/cold food carrier and upon return unload and store
  • Maintain regular contact during route and notify base if there are any variances in route or schedule
  • Submit daily manifests

Qualifications:

  • Friendly & reliable plus excellent customer service skills and a desire to help others
  • Good driving record with no more than one point
  • Good physical condition to kneel, bend, secure wheelchairs and assist passengers
  • Ability to attend a training 9-5
  • Provide at least 2 professional references

Open Interviews On-Site

Tuesdays 4-5pm; Thursdays 11-12 noon
930 Tamalpais Avenue, San Rafael, CA
Come early to fill out an application.

Click Here to Apply Online Today

Employment and Education Counselor at Larkin Street Youth Services

Larkin Street Youth Services at Employment and Education Counselor.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITY: Support the Employment and Education needs of the Larkin Street youth. Support the approved curriculum of resume building, cover letter creation, self-esteem improvement training, and proper interviewing skills as part of supporting the Employment or Education plan for youth.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Help in the Interviewing and assessing of clients for Employment and Educational needs.
  • Participate in Monthly Larkin Street Academy Graduations, collaborating with the other workforce development, education, and Youth Force programs.
  • Assist clients in job search, securing and retaining employment.
  • Track clients progress in the workplace through regular communication with employment supervisors Housing Case managers, and maintain up-to-date records of job retention.
  • Implement relationship-building strategies with employers including presentations, special events, employer acknowledgement, and networking.
  • Assist in the design of promotional materials (monthly calendar, fliers, brochures, etc.) targeting potential employers, homeless youth, and social service agencies.

See the complete job description and apply for this position online at Larkin Street Youth Services

Community-Based Instructor/Facilitators Wanted in Berkeley

Ala Costa’s Adult Transition program [ACAT] are looking for innovative, progressive individuals who can instruct relationally and consciously in a community based adult transition and adult day program, in a 3 to 1 student to teacher ratio, work collaboratively with co-instructors, problem solve independently, take initiative when appropriate, and be able to ask questions rather than give directives in order to enable participants to make their own choices. A strong belief in equality, the rights of disabled people, and neurodiversity is essential.
Job Responsibilities encompass instruction in areas of independent living skills [i.e. cooking, money management, travel training. etc.], community integration and vocational skills. Our overarching goal is decreasing dependence while learning in least restrictive environments. Prospective employee believes in the importance of the concepts of self-determination, person-centered programming, and agency.

This is a physically demanding position as it is community based and daily travel with participants is on public transportation or on foot in all kinds of weather. Staff will also need to assist participants with mobility limitations and this may require some lifting. Please keep this in mind when applying.

About Us:
Ala Costa’s Adult Transition program [ACAT] is a non-profit origination which serves intellectually/developmentally disabled adults ages 18 years and older with from the Berkeley Unified School District, North Region SELPA and Regional Centers. We are a community based program that focuses on self-determination, vocational and independent living skills, and community integration.

Ala Costa’s Adult Programs are designed and directed by Autistics and many staff autistic and neurodivergent.

The program hours are 8:00 am until 2:00 pm, Monday through Friday

Qualifications:
• Must be able to work without direct supervision
• Ability to read and write effectively
• At least 18 years of age
• Ability to be First Aid/CPR certified

Compensation:
• $14.50 per hour starting pay plus benefits.
• 30 hours per week

Apply for this position at Craigslist

Braillist Needed for the City and County of San Francisco

The City and County of San Francisco is looking for qualified Braillist

Essential Functions:

Duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Transcribing or producing original documents in braille using computer technology and mechanical devices.
  • Maintaining current equipment and keeping updated on current technology trends and developments as they relate to people who use the services.
  • Interacting with patrons and connecting those using assistive technology for access via Braille to online resources and braille production.
  • Downloading digital Talking Books. Assisting in other Access Services programs as needed; and performing other job-related duties as assigned.

Desirable Skills:

  • Knowledge of Braille devices and other peripheral equipment and aids.
  • Excellent skills in operating braille transcription equipment (including computers and other related devices).
  • Knowledge of the local community of people who are blind or have print disabilities.
  • Ability to interact successfully with library users with disabilities Commitment to the philosophy of universal access and excellent public service.

Special Condition

“Proficiency in Unified English Braille (UEB) both in reading and writing”

Interested individuals should submit a letter of interest and resume to ACE Recruiter- Porsche Bunton: Porsche.bunton@sfgov.org

 

Bi-lingual (English-Spanish) Community Library Specialist in Marin County

The Marin County Human Resources Department and the Marin County Free Library are conducting a recruitment for a bilingual (Spanish/English) Community Library Specialist (CLS), part time (60 hours biweekly), for the F.L.A.G.ship program.

The F.L.A.G.ship is a 28 foot long vehicle which travels throughout Marin County making regularly scheduled stops to deliver year-round literacy services to families and daycare providers.  The F.L.A.G.ship program offers education and health workshops to adults and their children 0 – 5 years old in a fun and educational environment.  Story times, kids’ songs, games, puppets, crafts and other fun kindergarten-readiness activities are presented to children and modeled for adults.

The Community Library Specialist (CLS) for the F.L.A.G.ship program has wide ranging and interesting responsibilities.  The CLS is responsible for promoting the F.L.A.G.ship program and providing classes and activities that promote early literacy to young children and their families and caregivers living in remote and underserved areas of Marin County.  The CLS develops and delivers age appropriate, culturally competent, bilingual (Spanish/English) curricula and activities to children age 0 – 5 years; tracks daily attendance and book distribution; drives the 28 foot long F.L.A.G.ship vehicle; and performs basic maintenance tasks such as cleaning, refueling and bringing the bus to the garage for repairs while tracking maintenance and problems in the bus log.

IDEAL CANDIDATE: The ideal candidate will be bilingual in English and Spanish, have experience working with young children, and enjoy the challenge of meeting the needs of second language learners.  Our ideal candidate will have excellent written and verbal communication skills which they will use when representing Marin County Free Library and the F.L.A.G.ship program to individuals, community organizations, schools, and outreach events throughout the county.  They must be a team player, organized, and dedicated to communicating positively with individuals from a variety of socio-economic, ethnic and cultural backgrounds.

Apply for this position online at County of Marin – Department of Human Resources

Housing Specialist for Homeward Bound of Marin

Homeward Bound of Marin has an opening for a Housing Specialist.

Under the direction of the Program Manager, the Housing Specialist will provide assistance and resources to individuals housed in a permanent, supported housing programs (Housing At Last and Palm Court) who are integrating into the community after experiencing chronic homelessness. The Housing Specialist provides resource counseling support at scattered site units throughout Marin County. The Housing Specialist provides a balance of encouragement and support while holding individuals accountable to program agreements and personal goals.

Major Duties:

• Provide services and resources which promote housing retention and support individual goals of increasing economic independence and maintaining stable housing
• Meet regularly and consistently with individuals assuring program participation and progress
• Respond to neighborhood and landlord concerns in a timely manner; problem solve with resident
• Work with homeless individuals on a one to one basis and in group settings
• Address barriers to housing stability: recovery/addiction/relapse, mental illness, under-employment, and various other obstacles
• Manage conflicts and crisis situations as they arise

See the complete job description and apply online at Craigslist

Community Engagement Specialist at San Francisco SPCA

The SF SPCA is seeking a Community Engagement Specialist to find ways to get San Franciscans involved with the San Francisco SPCA. Responsibilities include project managing and executing a variety of existing events, developing new event strategies, and working with the marketing team to raise the profile of the organization through a variety of marketing channels.

At the SF SPCA we strive for the highest standards of excellence, creativity and integrity. You should have superb written and verbal communications skills, enormous enthusiasm for our mission and be creative in creating and implementing low-cost engagement ideas. Prior event planning experience is a must. You’ll need a strong work ethic and be able to work as part of a team in a fast-paced environment.

To review the full description visit: https://www.sfspca.org/who-we-are/careers/career-opportunities

To apply email your cover letter and resume to careers@sfspca.org and list “CES” in the subject line.

Skills Instructors and Job Coaches

Opportunity for Independence in San Rafael is currently seeking to hire Skills Instructors and Life Coaches.

OFI is looking for high energy, direct support staff to work in our Supported Living Services Program and Day Programs, serving adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. SLS Skills Instructors work one-to-one in independent living environments and in the community, providing assistance with shopping, cooking, cleaning, budgeting, recreational and social activities. Day Program job coaches work one-to-three, supporting individuals with pre-vocational, educational, daily living skills training and social and recreational activities, on site and in the community.

Full time SLS instructor and day program job coaching positions available. Supported Living schedules are flexible and varied. Services are provided 7 days per week at all times of the day. Day Program schedules are Monday through Friday from 8.30am – 3.15pm.

View the complete job description and apply via Craigslist

Service Coordinator – Disability Resource Center at U.C. Santa Cruz

The Disability Resource Center at U.C. Santa Cruz is currently hiring for the position of Service Coordinator.

Involves planning, developing, and implementing programs, processes, and activities for students with disabilities in accordance with federal and state law, to assure their access to the academic and campus environment.

Under the overall direction of the Disability Resource Center (DRC) Director and direct general supervision of a senior service coordinator, the incumbent is responsible for providing and coordinating a wide range of academic accommodations and support services to college students with varying types of disabilities to promote student success/retention/graduation at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Read the full job description at UCSC Jobs

Full-time Temporary Office Assistant at Golden Gate Regional Center


GGRC has an immediate opening for a full-time Office Assistant in our busy San Francisco office for the Intake and Assessment unit to provide general administrative support to multiple departments within the Agency.  Prepare and scan records of those supported, operating scanning equipment, and assuring quality control of electronic files.   Must have access to reliable transportation to fill in as needed at other offices. May act as a team to provide back-up to busy front desk.   Assignment is expected to last 3-4 months.

DUTIES
Collect, collate and organize medical, school  and other records of individuals who are being evaluated for determination of eligibility.  Receive, organize, prepare and prioritize documents of potential individuals interested in receiving services from the Agency for scanning to electronic imaging system.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • 2+ years of college education required, including coursework in Social Work or related subjects preferred
  • 2+ years experience in office setting involving production typing, processing of documents, and a variety of general clerical duties
  • Fluency in Spanish is preferred, to converse with callers including thorough knowledge of colloquial and relevant technical/functional terminology and ability to be speak and understand relevant spoken/written dialects in Spanish, as appropriate.

See the full job description and requirements at GGRC Office Assistant

Drive the Bookmobile! Marin County seeking Community Library Specialist & Mobile Library Assistant

Marin County Free Library is looking for Community Library Specialists and Mobile Library Assistants to assist in promoting the F.L.A.G.ship Program offering education and health workshops to young children and their families in remote and underserved areas of Marin County.

The ideal candidates for these part-time, temporary positions will be bilingual (Spanish/English) and enjoy working with young children and their families.  Experience driving a large vehicle is preferred.  For more information about these positions, please contact Bonny White at bnwhite@marincounty.org.

Career Counselor Position at Golden Gate University

Golden Gate University in San Francisco is seeking a Career Counselor

The Career Counselor will provide career consulting to students and alumni within the schools of taxation, accounting, and business, facilitate career development workshops and events, collaborate with staff on program/resource assessment and development, participate in community events, and serve as an integral part of the department’s growth and mission.

The Office of Career Planning is a department within the Office of Student Affairs. Golden Gate University serves adult learners. We serve a diverse student population, including international students and veterans.

Primary Functions:

  • Provide career counseling and coaching to students and alumni on an appointment and drop-in basis, via in-person, phone, online, and email modes. Maintain client case notes in Symplicity in a timely manner.
  • Participate in case conferencing.
  • Collaborate and support student organizations and leadership.

Read the complete job description and requirements  at Golden Gate University – Jobs 

Community Recycling Crew Assistant Supervisor for Conservation Corps North Bay

Conservation Corps North Bay operates an extensive recycling collection program that is vital to agencies that manage Marin and Sonoma county parks, businesses and schools. Over 300,000 pounds of beverage containers and paper is collected each year from over 844 collection points around the North Bay. CCNB’s corpsmembers also conduct outreach and education to thousands of students, businesses, and community volunteers about recycling and environmental stewardship.

The Community Recycling Crew (CRC) Assistant Crew Supervisor is responsible for completing all daily tasks associated with recycle collections and education.  Duties include driving set routes, collecting recycling at events, and supervising outreach and education crews throughout the North Bay. Assistant Crew Supervisors supervise corpsmembers when on route; collect and sort recycled materials; clean, build, and repair bins; inspect recycling sites, vehicles and other equipment; collect route and recycle bin information; and report route problems to the CRC Supervisor.

Interested? Read the complete job description and apply online at LOCALWISE

Trips for Kids Seeking Full-Time Bicycle Mechanics

Trips for Kids is hiring full-time bike mechanics at the Re-Cyclery Bike Shop in San Rafael! The Re-Cyclery is much more than your average bike shop – it is a unique, community-based social enterprise that recycles, refurbishes and resells donated bikes and bike parts. We are seeking ambitious, positive bike enthusiasts who share our passion for bicycles and making a positive impact in the world. Attitude is just as important to us as mechanical skills; we are looking for friendly, reliable people who will greet our amazing community with a smile and deliver exceptional service.

We are seeking experienced bike mechanics with stellar mechanical skills and excellent people skills to refurbish used bikes, support our sales, be a bike and parts resource to our varied customer base and help maintain the order and selection of our merchandise.

See the ad and apply online through Craigslist

 

 

Communications Specialist at Human Service Agency of San Francisco

The San Francisco Human Services Agency (HSA) helps San Francisco residents experiencing poverty and abuse.

Our communications team is responsible for connecting San Franciscans to vital social services and keeping the public informed about public assistance such as the Affordable Care Act, food stamps, early education, and local services to support our aging population. At a time of great uncertainty at the federal level—particularly for immigrant communities—you will help shape and modernize the way one of the most progressive human service agencies in the nation communicates about a safety net system that touches nearly one in four San Franciscans.

General Functions

1.      Develop public relations and digital marketing programs that support HSA’s brand strategy objectives, engage the public, and identify innovative methods to bring targeted messages to market.

2.      Support communication efforts that advance HSA’s policy and legislative agenda.

3.      Create and develop informative, user-friendly, customer-focused, and visually compelling content across all distribution channels (i.e. websites, social media, mobile-applications, broadcast, video, photography, and print marketing collateral) for both internal and external communications.

4.      Prepare and issue press releases and articles concerning the Agency’s role in the community, current issues and relevant legislation through various mediums; maintain consistency in the website and print material design; respond to complaints or requests for information; ensure that all content is in compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations.

Read the complete job description and apply online at City and County of San Francisco – Department of Human Resources

Camp and Youth Office Coordinator at Marin JCC

The Camp & Youth Office Coordinator is a full-time (40 hours/week) position. This position is responsible for supporting all programs within the Camp and Youth Department, including: program registrations, billing, coordinating buses and reservations, large-scale supply ordering, and other administrative tasks as needed. This role requires a cheerful demeanor, strong organizational skills and the ability to work within a high traffic, fast-paced, open office environment. The Camp & Youth Office Coordinator reports to the Camp & Youth Director.

Responsibilities

  • Coordinates Camp and After School registration including customer service, data entry, recording financial transactions, maintaining accurate registration records and reporting.
  • Gather, organize and maintain participant digital and/or paper files in accordance with our licensing and accreditation.
  • Regular, bulk supply ordering, tracking and inventory
  • Coordinate and track transportation reservations and routes for all programs
  • Schedule and manage all field trips and other program reservations with outside vendors
  • Create and run reports on in house data base systems regularly
  • Collect and prepare staff hiring paperwork for payroll department.
  • Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, and monthly credit card reconciliation
  • Maintain a positive, customer service attitude and demeanor in all interactions with campers, families, and program visitors.

Outreach Specialist for S.F. HOT Team

The San Francisco Homeless Outreach Team is currently seeking an experienced outreach specialist.

The San Francisco Homeless Outreach Team (SFHOT) works collaboratively in small teams to engage and stabilize chronically homeless individuals and to help establish care for chronic conditions and find permanent housing.

The Specialist II is a member of a multidisciplinary team which may include a Specialist I, Social Worker, Nurse Practitioner, Primary Care Physician, Psychiatrist, Housing and Financial Administrators, Vocational and Recreation Counselors.

The Specialist II is a member of a team of Engagement and/or Care Management who works collaboratively to engage, stabilize and house vulnerable and chronically homeless individuals. The Specialist II may be responsible for locating, evaluating, engaging, counseling, transporting and referring individuals to appropriate services.

The Specialist II differs from a Specialist I by demonstrating a higher level of engagement and support skills, more knowledge of resources and linkages, greater ability to manage complex care needs, more experience meeting documentation requirements and ability to interface directly with Leaders in the City and community. Specialist II assignments require ability and willingness to work in either Engagement or Care Management. SFHOT operates 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. Work schedules are on shifts set by Management.

See the complete job description and apply online at Public Health Foundation Enterprises

Interested in Non-Medical Positions at California Pacific Medical Center?

Interested in non-medical positions at California Pacific Medial Centers?

Attend CPMC Interview Bootcamp on April 11, 2017 at Success Center SF at 1449 Webster Street, San Francisco, CA 94115  at 1:00PM

Hosted by OEWD,

This event will focus on current openings, organizational culture, and application process for CPMC.

Non-Clinical Job Titles may include: Security Officers, Cooks, Food Service Aides, and Housekeeping Aides. High School Diploma/GED & driver’s license required for many positions.

Clinical Job Titles may include: Patient Access Representatives, Medical Assistants, Specimen Handling Aides and Nursing Unit Coordinators

Snapshot of what will be covered

  • Process for Applying to CPMC
  • Job Requirements
  • Samples of Winning Resumes
  • Lean how to have an amazing interview presentation
  • Leave with confirmed interview that day

Be sure to bring resumes and dress to impress!

For further information or to confirm attendance please call Samantha @ 415-549-7000 or email intern@successcentersf.org

 

 

 

 

Program Director Needed for San Francisco Community Center

I.T. Bookman Community Center is a non-profit resource base for community driven programming in the Oceanview, Merced Heights, and Ingleside communities, striving to recognize and address the needs of community members through the development of sustainable programs and services. We are seeking an experienced Community Program Director (CPD) to join our team!

The CPD is responsible for overseeing the program management staff, directing the implementation of new and current activities and events into our ongoing fold of daily programming, as well as analyzing programs for ongoing success and opportunities for improvement.

The CPD will also work closely with the Executive Director to determine what activities and events fit the Center’s mission best, and from there – manage each project from its ideation phase through to fruition. This will involve but is not limited to securing supplies and instructors as well as initiating and facilitating marketing efforts to drive community interest.

Interested? See the complete job description and requirements at Craigslist  

Community Programs Specialist at S.F. LGBT Center

The S.F. LGBT Center is seeking a detail-oriented team player with excellent communication and problem solving skills to serve as the Community Programs Specialist. The position works with the Community Programs staff and Center volunteers with a focus on community and partner engagement, outreach efforts, and in-person, phone, and web-based information and referral services. The ideal candidate will be a detail-oriented team player with excellent communication and people skills who can problem-solve and handle pressure and changing prioritizes.

The Community Programs Specialist is a member of the Center’s Community Programs team and works in a collaborative capacity to provide skilled program support. Under the supervision of the Community Programs Manager, the Community Programs Specialist is responsible for coordination of outreach and community engagement efforts, provision of in-person, phone, and web-based information and referral services, working with volunteers, coordinating grant-related activities, and special projects as assigned. The ideal candidate will be a detail-oriented team player with excellent communication and people skills who can problem-solve and handle pressure and changing prioritizes.

Read the complete job description and apply online at S.F.LGBT Center – Employment

Administrative Analyst at SFSU Disability Programs & Resource Center

 

The Disability Programs & Resource Center at San Francisco State University is currently seeking an Administrative Analyst. The official title is  Payroll & Procurement Coordinator.

Under general supervision of the Disability Programs & Resource Center (DPRC) Director, the Payroll & Procurement Coordinator (AA/S I, Exempt) leads all departmental payroll and payroll orientation functions; independently coordinates departmental procurement functions for office supplies, employee accommodations and non-IT purchase order initiation/management; facilitates parking accommodation requests; and serves in a back-up capacity to the Office Support Coordinator and the accessible campus transportation program.

Minimum Qualifications
Entry to this classification requires general knowledge and skills in the applicable administrative and/or program field with a foundational knowledge of public administration principles, practices, and methods. This foundation would normally be obtained through a bachelor’s degree and/or equivalent training and administrative work experience involving study, analysis, and/or evaluation leading to the development or improvement of administrative policies, procedures, practices, or programs.

See the full job description and required qualifications at San Francisco State University – Careers

Health Care Interpreter Trainee for San Francisco Department of Public Health

The San Francisco Department of Public Health is currently hiring for the position of Health Care Interpreter Trainee.

The Health Care Interpreter Trainee position provides the opportunity for the individual to gain work experience in an acute care hospital. Work is performed under close supervision and is evaluated on the basis of progress in a structured work experience training program. The Interpreter Trainee will be trained to perform interpreting and dispatching job functions.

Essential Duties:

  • Trains with lead Interpreter to provide services in person, and remotely (telephonic & VMI) to health care providers and non-English and limited English proficient clients and their families in various venues within Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital;
  • Serves as a liaison between non-English and limited English proficient patients and healthcare providers;
  • Works side by side with health educator to provide health education classes to the targeted non-English speaking patients;
  • Translates correspondence, medical histories, medical procedures and instructions, medical consent forms, patient education brochures and other documents as necessary;
  • Serves as office dispatcher and dispatching interpreters to the appropriate departments by using all available resources;
  • Performs clerical duties such as keeping records, answering the telephone and arranging client appointments; Performs computer data entry.

Apply for this position online at CalJOBS