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

 

 

Online Education Web Producer at Academy of Art

Academy of Art University is currently seeking an Online Education Web Producer.

As a Web Producer for our Online Education division, you will assist the Academy of Art University faculty in converting traditional courses for web-based delivery under strict deadlines. The ideal candidate must be able to both assess and enhance the instructional value of content. The position requires creative problem solving as well as web production expertise. Production, design, and project management skills are equally essential.

Responsibilities:

  • Train faculty in online-based course development concepts and use of related applications used in online course delivery
  • Assist faculty to produce interactive media elements in their online courses
  • Manage deployment of multiple web-based courses
  • Work with a development team to continuously research and improve delivery methods and operations

 

Proficiency with the following is essential to this production position:

  • Content Management Systems
  • Adobe Acrobat Pro
  • Photoshop
  • Screen-capture and video editing experience (such as with Camtasia, iShowU, ScreenFlow, Premiere, etc.)
  • Web Production and/or Website Design

For more information about this position, see the ad at Craigslist

 

 

 

Book Fair & School Programs Coordinator for Books Inc.

Local bookstore Books Inc. is currently seeking a Book Fair & School Programs Coordinator.

This position is responsible for helping to plan and run approximately 30 book fairs throughout the school year, as well as scheduling and assisting at school author visits and in-store events as needed.  Candidates must be familiar with children’s literature, outgoing, and able to deliver high quality customer service at all times.

Responsibilities include:

  • Setting up, staffing and breaking down book fairs.
  • Communicating with librarians, teachers and parent volunteers during all aspects of the book fair.
  • Book talks, at schools and in-store to students, parents, and educators.
  • We currently have book fairs and school events in San Francisco, East Bay and the Peninsula, so reliable transportation is a must.
  • Occasional weekend & evening events.
  • Book keeping and maintaining current and historical sales information
  • Ability to lift and move heavy boxes.

Apply for this position online at Localwise

Clerk Position for Tamalpais Union High School District

The Tamalpais Union High School District currently has an opening for a clerk at Tamiscal High School.

Examples of Duties

  • Oversee student records in a confidential manner, request and send student records and
  • transcripts, interpret and enter pupil records into computer, maintain accounts of outstanding charges for students who have dropped, process grade changes and test scores, check student records for eligibility for sports
  • Operate a variety of office equipment
  • Miscellaneous typing and data entry
  • Communicate with alternative school regarding transfers and part time students
  • Communicate with staff, as necessary, to process student records

Desirable Qualifications:

Education and Experience:

  • A high school diploma
  • A minimum of two years of general clerical experience
  • Experience working with young people

Knowledge of:

  • English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation
  • Current office equipment and procedures

Apply for this position online at ED JOIN

After School Care – Elementary Assistant and School Office Support for Marin Montessori

Marin Montessori school seeking an Elementary Assistant and School Office Support.

Job responsibilities include working with our Elementary aged children, in the After School program. The job also includes 3 hours per day of general administrative work.

Key Responsibilities Include the Following:

• Preparing and maintaining the After School program environment
• Maintain safety and supervision as a top priority
• Playground supervision, organizing games and activities appropriate for the age group
• Supervise the mid-day dismissal carline
• School office administrative duties as assigned

Preferred Experience, Qualifications, and Attributes:

• Bachelors’ Degree
• Previous experience working in an After School program
• A collaborative and flexible approach to working with colleagues
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Must have a valid California driver license with no points
• Must be able to lift and carry 40 pounds

Apply for this position online at Craigslist

 

Web Editor for S.F. Private School

Lick-Wilmerding High School in San Francisco is seeking a web editor.

The Web Editor is part of the team that facilitates communications at Lick-Wilmerding High School. Using skills in content management in both print and online media, the Web Editor supports the design and production of communications. Responsibilities for this position include compiling and editing information, as well as photography and video production as appropriate.

The Communications Department monitors and maintains the school’s brand identity standards and supports overall integrity of the website. Whether it’s helping to craft Admissions’ online presence during recruitment and enrollment, or promoting fundraising efforts for the Alumni & Development office, Communications at LWHS serves to build and unify the community.

See the complete job description and apply online at Lick-Wilmerding High School – Employment

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

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

Science Action Club Instructional Designer at California Academy of Sciences ·

The California Academy of Sciences is currently seeking an Instructional Designer for their Science Action Club program.

POSITION SUMMARY:

Reporting to the Science Action Club (SAC) Senior Manager, the SAC Instructional Designer will play a key role in the design and production of digital and printed resources for STEM learning in out-of-school time. This includes building blended and virtual trainings for afterschool and summer camp educators, as well as creating and enhancing environmental science activities for middle school youth. Come join a team of talented professionals dedicated to transforming science education and environmental literacy at scale.

Qualified applicants for this position are fun and flexible, creative and collaborative, with expertise in online learning tools and strategies, graphic design skills, and experience with informal science education.

Read the complete job description and apply online through LinkedIn  

 

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 

College & Career Advisor at East Bay Nonprofit

Students Rising Above (SRA) was created in 1998 by KPIX 5 anchor Wendy Tokuda and began as a series of news stories featuring low-income Bay Area youth rising above tremendous odds of poverty, homelessness, abandonment and neglect. In 2003, Lynne Martin and Barb Hendricks expanded this scholarship program into a year round 501(c)3 nonprofit helping low-income students attend and graduate from college, and then transition into the workforce

The College & Career Advisor reports to the Online Program Manager and is responsible for advising SRA College2Careers Hub students throughout high school, to and through college, and into the workforce. SRA is a growing organization; successful candidates will need to be flexible with additional duties resulting from expansion.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide developmentally and culturally-appropriate guidance and problem-solving support in-person and online through the SRA Hub related to:
    College applications (community colleges and 4-year public/private colleges)
    Financial aid, college finances, and financial literacy
    College selection and transition to college
  • Socio-emotional, self-advocacy, and other issues related to adjusting to college life
  • Develop and maintain respectful and supportive relationships with students from diverse backgrounds
  • Maintain accurate student data while monitoring and tracking student progress using Salesforce on a daily basis
  • Connect with students who have challenges and assist them with staying on track to meet academic and professional goals
  • Provide heavy advocacy work on behalf of students to ensure their academic and professional success
  • Advise and coordinate services for students who identify as undocumented or AB540 status
  • Provide extensive and detailed feedback on college applications, personal statements, resumes and cover letters for both high school and college students
    Communicate with students using email, public feed posts, texts and phone

Read the complete job description and apply online through Craigslist

Library Assistant at San Francisco Public Library

The City and County of San Francisco has announced an open recruitment period for the position of Library Assistant for the San Francisco Public Library.

The essential functions of this classification include: performing circulation and registration duties; checking and verifying records; receiving and recording payment of fines; providing information to the public; assisting library patrons in a tactful and effective manner; generating reports such as circulation reports, overdue notices, paging lists, clear hold shelf lists, daily cash reports and other related reports; utilizing Integrated Library Systems software to create and access customer accounts and performing tasks such as, library applications processing, verification of application information, fines and fees resolution, library card usage policies and procedures, check/in – check/out of physical and digital materials; assisting with daily library operations, such as opening and closing procedures, completing ADA checklists, drafting desk schedules, etc.; utilizing a computer to retrieve information and input data; shelving and retrieving books and other library materials using alphabetical, numerical, chronological and Dewey Decimal classification systems; performing physical processing of library materials including filing and processing new periodicals, newspaper clippings and other information; performing routine book repair and/or weeding on condition as directed; operating microfilm machines and scanners; troubleshooting and providing assistance to patrons with library equipment, including microfilm machines, scanners, and multifunction devices (copy machines); providing direction, training and/or coaching to Library Pages as directed; entering data; and performing related duties as assigned.

For complete job information, including experience requirements and information on how to apply, visit City and County of San Francisco – Department of Human Resources

WildCare Volunteer Nature Guides Needed

“Teach children to love nature… people take care of what they love!” – Elizabeth Terwilliger

WildCare  is currently looking for Volunteer Nature Guides to Connect Children with Nature.

Learn the renowned multi-sensory teaching techniques of famed naturalist and environmentalist Elizabeth Terwilliger and share the beauty and wonder of nature with small groups (5-8) of elementary school children by leading fun hikes full of exploration and adventure. WildCare’s Terwilliger Nature Guide training will teach you all about the plants, animals, habitats and ecology of Northern California and give you the opportunity to share that knowledge with eager children! All training is provided.

The next WildCare Volunteer Nature Guides Orientation is August 5, 2017 with training to follow for accepted applicants.

Volunteering as a Nature Guide will not only introduce you to some of Marin and Sonoma counties’ most beautiful hikes, it will also allow you to:
• Meet other nature lovers and cultivate new friendships
• Expand your knowledge of local wildlife
• Experience personal and professional growth
• Participate in continued learning
• Be invited to special WildCare events

This extensive training, provided over 7 classroom/field sessions and one required field trip shadowing session – indoors and outdoors – starts after orientation. Throughout the training, WildCare’s naturalists and guest speakers will share expertise on plants and animals in their different habitats, and early Native Americans’ relationship to the land. There is a nominal fee to cover the training and materials. Once training is completed, WildCare asks Nature Guides to commit to a minimum of two 3-hour hikes a month, scheduled in advance. All hikes take place on weekdays during the school year.

WildCare’s next orientation is Saturday August 5, 2017 from 11am-12:30pm at WildCare in San Rafael.

Sign up at Wild Care Bay Area – Terwilliger Nature Guide Volunteers

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

Alternative Media Specialist for Contra Costa Community College District

The Contra Costa Community College District is currently seeking an Alternative Media Specialist.

This position coordinates and arranges for the adaptation of a wide variety of instructional and student services related materials for visually impaired students and students with special information processing needs. The successful applicant will be shared between two college DSP&S programs: Los Medanos College DSP&S, 32 hours on-site; and Contra Costa College 8 hours on-site. Both DSP&S programs regularly collaborate to support students with disabilities.

Read the complete job description and apply online at Contra Costa Community College District

 

Student Employment Manager at University of San Francisco

The University of San Francisco is currently seeking a Student Employment Manager at their main Hilltop campus in San Francisco.

The Student Employment Manager, under the supervision of the Assistant Director of Financial Aid/Student Employment, is primarily responsible for the day-to-day operations and management of the Student Employment Office. The individual in this position manages and coordinates services and programs related to the on- and off-campus Federal Work Student Program and the USF student employment program.

The goal of student employment is to provide services to student employees and to faculty and staff colleagues who employ them that facilitate student learning and the achievement of office/department goals. The Student Employment Manager must be aware of local, state and national issues and laws that will affect students and the University in relation to student employment.

See the complete job description and instructions on how to apply at USF Jobs

Paid Media Internship at the San Francisco Public Library

San Francisco Public Library is seeking enthusiastic, friendly and innovative individuals for an 12-month paid internship in The Mix at SFPL, a dynamic digital media center at San Francisco’s Main Library where Teens create, perform, learn, engage and share with peers, mentors, their communities and the world beyond.

SFPL is accepting applications for three (3) part-time positions in Class 9912 Public Service Aide/Technical – College Intern.  The Mix at SFPL is located at the Main Library, 100 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA 94102.

Position Description:
Selected interns will work with professional staff, adult mentors and volunteers to gain valuable career and educational skills alongside industry professionals and gain experience in media production (audio, video, music and art) and public library service to teens. Through this program, Interns will have the opportunity to gain essential work skills to support their career options.

Under supervision, Interns will perform the following essential duties including but not limited to:
– Help develop programs for teens;
– Receive training and mentoring from professionals;
– Serve as mentors and leaders for younger teens;
– Assist with outreach efforts to promote The Mix at SFPL to
organizations serving teens in the Tenderloin and throughout San Francisco;
– Assist with maintenance and organization of equipment in The Mix at SFPL;
– Communicate with and greet teens who visit The Mix at SFPL; and
– Assist with registration for programs.

Apply for this position online at City and County of San Francisco – Department of Human Resources

Field Trip Explainers at the Exploratorium

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The Exploratorium is seeking part-time Field Trip Explainers.

The Exploratorium is a not-for-profit museum dedicated to the public understanding of science, art, and human perception. It has pioneered the role of museums as active teaching centers with original programming based on an interactive approach to learning. It serves as an interdisciplinary resource for schools, universities, scientists, and artists, as well as for the public.

Job Description:

Field Trip Explainers serve as educators for field trips and general visitors during the school year. The Field Trip Explainers report to the Field Trips Assistant Manager and Acting Director.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
• Greet and orient school groups as they arrive at the museum for their field trips.
• Conduct demonstrations and engage students in explorations of exhibits.
• Oversee all areas open to the public and identify and report broken exhibits.
• Answer students’ and teachers’ questions about the exhibits and the museum.
• Support other Explainers by filling in as needed and through good, regular communication.
• Participate in regular Explainer trainings.
• Other related duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
• Ability to teach in a non-classroom setting.
• Ability and interest in learning exhibits and their scientific principles and communicating these to students and teachers.
• Demonstrated interest in education.
• Able to interact with and manage large groups.
• Able to exercise good judgement (think on your feet).
• Bilingual English/Spanish or English/Cantonese highly desirable.

Apply for this position online at Exploratorium – Jobs

Lead Disability Specialist at San Francisco State University

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The San Francisco State University Disability Programs and Resource Center is seeking a Lead Disability Specialist.

The Lead Disability Specialist identifies, serves, and advocates for students across the disability spectrum, with specialization in working with students with Learning Disabilities, ADD/ADHD (Attention Deficit Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and other cognitive conditions. The incumbent leads DPRC Student Resource Team efforts in the review of and consultation regarding psychoeducational and neuropsychological reports; serves as DPRC liaison for prospective students seeking admission by exception to SF State.

See the full job description at SFSU Careers

Natural Resources Crew Supervisor for Conservation Corps North Bay

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Build A Path to a Better Future. Conservation Corps North Bay’s mission is to develop youth and conserve natural resources for a strong, sustainable community.

The Natural Resources Crew Supervisor makes significant contributions to providing a positive work environment that values diversity, fosters teamwork and learning, and helps Corpsmembers to achieve work readiness and skill development goals.

Supervises a crew of 8-12 young adults. Leads the crew in successfully completing natural resource projects, including habitat restoration, fire fuel reduction, creek maintenance and restoration, and trail building.

• Ensures that safety procedures are followed
• Facilitates personal and professional development
• Provides training; including tool use, teamwork, leadership skills, work place communication

Qualifications:

Requirements represent the knowledge, skills, and abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Demonstrated experience supervising and motivating young adults from diverse social, economic and educational backgrounds
  • Sufficient mastery of power tools (chainsaw, hedge trimmer, brush cutter) to teach their use
  • Construction proficiency (fences, bridges, trails, stairways, retaining walls, boardwalks)

See the full job description and apply online through Craigslist

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The University of San Francisco is seeking a Web Content Coordinator

The Web Content Coordinator will organize, develop, and maintain content on University websites and provide technical support and management to website constituents. The position is responsible for ensuring consistency with the website vision and style guide, while developing strategies to help keep content fresh and dynamic. The Coordinator will be responsible for executing day-to-day updates and maintenance of web content to promote and advertise the school’s programs, faculty, staff and community initiatives.

Requirements:

  • Understanding of and commitment to USF’s Vision, Mission and Values
  • Bachelor’s degree in, marketing, communications, digital media, design or related field
  • 1 year of relevant communication and/or design experience; Photoshop experience preferred
  • Experience and success updating websites utilizing a web content management system.

View the complete job description and apply online at USF Jobs

Administrative Assistant to the Director, School of Fashion at Academy of Art j

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The Academy of Art is seeking an Administrative Assistant to the Director for the  School of Fashion.

Job Description:

Administration / Curriculum Support / Front Desk Duties

  • Provide front desk coverage, handle questions, direct traffic
  • Provide reception and customer service to faculty, students and staff
  • Answer phones, screen calls, refer callers to appropriate person within the Academy
  • Correspondence (incoming / out-going) and re-distributing mail

Faculty / Academic Support

  • Direct liaison between faculty and administration
  • Collect and process attendance and grade rosters
  • Keep instructors updated via memos and phone calls, regarding policies, department announcements, meetings, grades, etc.
  • Special Projects as assigned by Executive Director

Student Support

  • Assist in keeping in constant contact with Student Reps on new issues and feedback
  • Know answers to basic questions on many issues (i.e. grades, attendance, instructors, courses, curriculum, etc.)
  • Promote the Academy and a positive student morale

See the complete job description and apply online at CAL JOBS

Administrative Secretary for the Marin County Office of Education

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The Marin County Office of Education is seeking an Administrative Secretary in their San Rafael office.

The Administrative Secretary performs a wide variety of secretarial duties that include scheduling and coordinating meetings and conferences; oral and written communications; word processing and record-keeping.

Qualifications: Any combination of education, training and/or experience which demonstrates ability to perform the duties as described, including courses in office practices and procedures and experiences in relating effectively with staff and the public. We prefer a minimum of at least one year business experience.

Knowledge and Skills:

Written communication skills, being able to prepare clear, concise letters, memoranda and other written documents with correct grammar, punctuation and spelling; oral communication skills; organization skills with the ability to set priorities; mathematical computational skills; reading comprehension skills, being able to interpret policies, administrative regulations, and programs, and being able to accurately interpret them to others; record-keeping skills establishing and maintaining file systems and procedures; human relations skills establishing and maintaining cooperative relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

Ability to:

Operate a variety of office-related equipment; type 60 words per minute accurately; work effectively under conditions which might create stress; function with numerous interruptions.

To apply you will need:

  • A completed Marin County Office of Education application form
  • Three recent letters of recommendation
  • Letter of interest
  • Current resume

Apply now at EdJoin

 

Childcare and Kids Programming Coordinator at Presidio YMCA

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The Presidio YMCA is seeking a Coordinator for its YKids program .

YKids is the on-site child care program at our YMCA, which serves children ages 3 months- 12 years old. The YKids Coordinator is responsible for the delivery and development of YKids programming and Birthday Parties. This position will be responsible for managing the daily operations of YKids, including the staff schedule, timecards, participant and parent interaction, program development and special events as needed.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Minimum 21 years old
  • High school graduate or equivalent required; Bachelor degree preferred.
  • Must be available to work weekends and flexible work hours to suit varied schedule for programs. The schedule for this position will include one weekend day per week.
  • Minimum 2 years of experience working directly with toddler and preschool aged youth.
  • Excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills.
  • Proficiency with Outlook, Excel and Word.
  • Experience with Daxko including monitoring of program data and report writing preferred.
  • Previous supervisory experience preferred.
  • CPR/FA certification required within 90 days of hire.
  • All employees working with the YMCA are considered to have supervisory or disciplinary action relationship over minors. Job offers are conditional and contingent upon background clearance.

For instructions on how to apply, see the ad at Craigslist

Downtown S.F. Montessori School Seeking Assistant Teachers – Spanish or Mandarin Bilingual a Plus!

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LePort Schools is seeking caring Assistant Teachers to work in our mixed-age Montessori classrooms. Prior Montessori experience is beneficial, but NOT required.

You will:

  • Work 8 hour days with breaks
  • Observe children to determine where you can help them to grow
  • Help maintain the Montessori “Prepared Environment”
  • Oversee after school activities like arts and crafts, outdoor play, etc…
  • Never have a dull moment

The ideal candidate will possess:

  • A joyful disposition and love of working with children
  • Ability to interact with parents and co-workers in a warm, empathetic, confident manner
  • Willingness to learn: Growth Mindset
  • To start working immediately, you must have 12 Early Childhood Education (ECE) units.
  • 6 Early Childhood Education (ECE) units are acceptable if you are enrolled in additional courses. Please speak to LePort Talent about opportunities for enrolling in courses.
  • Flexible

Are you a native Spanish-speaking or Mandarin-speaking teacher? Please make sure to indicate this skill when you apply.

Apply for this position at LePort Schools – Careers

 

Visitor Services Associate at the Contemporary Jewish Museum

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The Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco is seeking a Visitor Services Associate.

The Visitor Services Associate (VSA) is one of a staff team who provide welcoming and informative first contact with all visitors including walk-up guests, tour groups, school groups, annual members, program audience members, and VIP’s.

Essential Responsibilities

  • Handle visitor access and hospitality at the reception desk and coatroom; administer lost and found, receive and relay visitor feedback; and provide visitor orientation to The Museum and surrounding areas.
  • Sell Museum admission tickets; process new and renewal memberships through a computer-based POS system. Process credit cards payments, coupons and cash transactions.
  • Answer questions and provide in-person guidance to public visitors in The Museum and occasionally via e-mail. Resolve and document general complaints from guests and members.

Minimum Qualifications

  • College degree preferred or equivalent combination of education and relevant work experience
  • 2-4 years experience in customer service, visitor services, retail or tourism environment

Read the complete job description and apply online at Indeed

After School Program Counselors in San Rafael

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Recreation Department in San Rafael looking for dedicated, energetic people who love working with children!

The Position:
Recreation Department in San Rafael is searching for an friendly, reliable and dedicated After School Counselor. Our program aims to go beyond what traditional after school programs provide and we want someone who can further that aim. Under the direction of the After School Program Director and Recreation Supervisor, the leader will engage the students.

Responsibilities:
• With co-counselors, supervise a group of up to 25 students
• Play and engage with children in activities
• Assist Program Director with developing and planning age appropriate activities for students
• Walk students from local bus stop to Community Center
• Help set up and clean up room

Job Requirements:
• Prior experience working with youth
• Certified in CPR and First Aid or be certified within 30 days of hire
• Provide proof of negative tuberculosis test
• Department of Justice fingerprint clearance

See the complete job description and apply online at Marinwood Community Services District

Email Specialist at University of San Francisco

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The University of San Francisco seeks an online communications professional with experience in email marketing to develop, implement, and coordinate emails, e-newsletters, and registration forms with focus on the University of San Francisco’s internal key target groups (students, faculty, staff).

The ideal candidate will have demonstrated experience in email marketing and possess a proven track record of successfully developing content for e-communications.

Requirements:

  • Demonstrated knowledge of HTML and CSS coding best practices for web and emails; knowledge of email marketing systems, such as iModules Encompass and ReGroup, or online calendar systems, such as EMS preferred.
  • Strong writing and copyediting ability and experience developing written content for optimized emails.

See the complete job description and apply online at USF Jobs