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

Seasonal Sales Associate on Alcatraz Island

The Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy is currently accepting applications for seasonal sales associates for the Cell House gift shop on Alcatraz Island.

Position Overview
This is a unique opportunity to work on Alcatraz Island and to join the community of people who make Alcatraz one of the most popular National Park sites.  The three retail stores on Alcatraz raise revenue to help preserve and tell the Alcatraz story, as well as generate funds for projects throughout the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.  Share your enthusiasm, passion, and commitment for the parks with visitors from across the globe. Discover the layers of history that make the Alcatraz story so compelling.  Love what you do.   Full time positions are currently available!

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (samples)
  • Candidate must possess highly developed visitor services skills and must enjoy working in one of the most visited National Park sites.
  • Must be able to effectively operate a P.O.S. system
  • Candidate must enjoy working in a fast paced, physically demanding environment.
  • Previous retail or customer service experience is preferred.

Read the complete job description and apply online at Parks Conservancy

Case Manager for Downtown Streets Team in Marin County

Downtown Streets Team ( 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.


• 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

Accounting Technician at Presidio Trust

Our ideal candidate is an Accounts Payable professional with demonstrated success in handling different types of invoices including construction, architectural, engineering, general consulting, and other federal, state and city agencies. You are a team player capable of independently prioritizing the workload to ensure deadlines and schedules are met, and completing work with accuracy. You have strong analytical and problem solving skills, and are an excellent communicator, constructively working with the Contracting/Procurement and Operations Departments.

For more information, see the ad at Craigslist

Development Associate at Guide Dogs for the Blind

Guide Dogs for the Blind, located in beautiful Marin County, California, has a rare opportunity for a full time Development Associate. If you are someone who thrives in a mission-driven, results-driven and community-oriented environment, this could be the position for you!

The Development Associate performs data entry/analysis, development of forms, report management, and compilation of data files and systems to maximize their usefulness for a fundraising program currently consisting of 65,000 active donors.

  • Receives, post, acknowledge donations/event registrations and reconcile data entry activity against accounting records.
  • Manages all Electronic Funds Transfers for scheduled gift postings.
  • Perform Database Management functions including import/export, global data changes, NCOA (National Change of Address) and duplicate merging.
  • Perform monthly system audits ensuring accuracy and integrity of gift data and donor information.
  • Report development
  • Maintain the Fundraising Database Procedures Manual
  • Answers phones serving constituent needs/requests.
  • Overtime and/or weekend work during periods of peak volume.

See the full job description and apply for this position at Guide Dogs for the Blind

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.


  • 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

• 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

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

Apply for this position at Craigslist

Habitat for Humanity ReStore Seeking General Manager – Sonoma County

Sonoma County Habitat for Humanity’s mission is to improve lives by building modest, affordable homes in partnership with our communities and people in need. Our vision is for every person in Sonoma County to have a simple, decent place to live. Habitat’s ReStore home improvement outlet store sells new, used and surplus donated goods at greatly reduced prices to the general public. Proceeds support Habitat for Humanity of Sonoma County. The ReStore General Manager will manage all aspects of this 18,000 square foot retail operation. Restore is an important financial contributor to Habitat’s Mission and we are continuously exploring strategies to expand Restore’s role.

The ReStore General Manager is responsible for the overall business performance of the ReStore with priority responsibilities on the acquisition, marketing, efficient processing, and sale of quality donated materials of a volume necessary to achieve sales targets, as well as for the supervision of a small complement of staff and volunteers. The General Manager must have proven experience in retail management. They will be responsible for improving sales; procuring donated product; forging and expanding strong community and partner relationships; planning and implementing effective, cost conscious marketing strategies; building customer loyalty; merchandising and creating an effective store layout; executing and overseeing efficient receiving and product processing procedures; and leading and motivating staff and volunteers in a calm, level-headed and organized manner.

Primary Responsibilities

Manage ReStore Retail Operations:
1. Solid background with retail management and extensive experience in sales and customer service.
2. Profit & Loss responsibilities; increase sales revenue and manage expenses within budget constraints; develop strategies that increase ReStore’s profit and places ReStore Sonoma County in the top 10% of ReStores nationally.
3. Ability to build relationships and network in the community with private donors, small businesses and corporate prospects & partners to secure donated product for the ReStore.
4. Manage inventory flow, merchandising and pricing of donated materials.
5. Skilled with Excel and Microsoft Office programs, and use of the Internet and social media to promote & procure product.
6. Supervise maintenance of facility and equipment.
7. Supervise ReStore staff and conduct performance reviews.
8. Ensure that volunteers are welcomed, trained and recognized for their services.
9. Orient staff and volunteers to the mission of HFH and the ReStore’s role and responsibilities.
10. Ensure adequate training is provided to staff and volunteers.
11. Involvement with customers, staff and volunteers on the sales floor.

See the ad at Craigslist

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:

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

Accounts Payable Specialist for Marin Nonprofit

Buckelew Programs is seeking a dynamic, experienced Accounts Payable Specialist to serve as an integral member of the Administration and Finance Team.

Reporting to the Controller, the Accounts Payable Specialist is responsible for carrying out accounting and paperwork tasks related to the compilation, maintenance and processing of company accounts payable transactions.

The Accounts Payable Specialist provides financial, administrative and clerical support by ensuring payments of all creditors and vendors are completed and expenses are controlled by receiving, processing, verifying, and reconciling invoices according to established policies and procedures in an efficient, timely and accurate manner.

This position will be fast-paced, require multi-tasking and good documentation, and the ability to adapt to change.

Read the complete job description and apply for this position online at Craigslist

Editorial Assistant at California Health Care Foundation

The California Health Care Foundation is currently accepting applications for an Editorial Assistant.

The California Health Care Foundation (CHCF) is dedicated to advancing meaningful, measurable improvements in the way the health care delivery system provides care to the people of California, particularly those with low incomes and those whose needs are not well served by the status quo. We work to ensure that people have access to the care they need, when they need it, at a price they can afford

Position Overview

The editorial assistant (EA) is part of a team that supports and promotes the goals of the foundation through the development and dissemination of editorial content. The EA reports to the engagement officer and helps maintain our editorial standards in a wide variety of products, including reports, issue briefs, chart books, data visualizations, and online content across a suite of web properties. The EA will be engaged in all aspects of editorial work, from assisting in the development of projects to copyediting, proofreading, and project management. The EA will also act as a project management liaison with external consultants who write, edit, and design and produce CHCF’s publications.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Production management of CHCF publications
  • Editorial assistance with CHCF communications products and campaigns
  • Editorial assistance with website updates and maintenance
  • Assistance in setting and maintaining a high standard of quality for CHCF’s publications and products
  • Updating and maintaining CHCF’s style guide and author guidelines

View the complete job description and apply online at LinkedIn

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

Online Marketing Specialist at the JCCSF

The JCC of S.F. is currently seeking an Online Marketing Specialist.

The Online Marketing Specialist schedules, produces, analyzes, optimizes and reports on the JCCSF’s email marketing program. The Online Marketing Specialist is also responsible for curating content on all social media channels and strategizing how to expand the JCCSF’s presence and audience growth. Across all communications, the Online Marketing Specialist is responsible for building awareness of the JCCSF and its programs, driving traffic to the web site, and ensuring that the organization’s communications are consistent with its business goals and brand standards.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate, build, route and send marketing email communications. Manage email calendars, project schedules and new requests for all email projects, coordinating with program staff across the JCCSF, under the guidance of Marketing department managers. Assist Marketing Manager with results reporting to various marketing and program staff.
  • Coordinate with Marketing staff on email scheduling, editorial planning and tie-ins to other publications of JCCSF content in order to ensure that email communications remain a part of a highly integrated communications strategy, consistent with content plans, program and marketing objectives and brand standards.

Read the complete job description and apply online at JCCSF Online Marketing Specialist

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



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.


  • 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

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

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  

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

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

Clinical Supervisor for the City of Fremont

The City of Fremont is seeking a Clinical Supervisor for its Family Resource Center.

The Clinical Supervisor is charged with directing and supervising the clinical work of the Family Resource Center Core Team of Case Managers and a Mental Health Specialist and being involved in implementing programs that offer families seamless services.

This includes: supervising a seasoned team of clinical case managers providing Targeted Case Management services, facilitation of the Family Service Team, the multi‐disciplinary multi‐agency team to serve CalWORKS customers, oversight and supervision of the social work internship program, and working collaboratively with the FRC Administrator, SparkPoint Coordinator, and other Core Staff members to promote services integration at the FRC. The clinical team of the FRC works to build on family strengths and helps provide families with coordinated and holistic support.

See the complete job description at City of Fremont – Government Jobs

Bilingual Mental Health Counselor

Youth Alive! is currently seeking a full-time (40 hours/week) therapist who is bilingual in English and Spanish, to support staff and provide direct services to the clients of our programs, as described below.


Our programs engage in violence prevention, intervention and healing

Job Responsibilities – Counseling Services

  • Provide mental health services for youth, young adults and their caregivers/support system as referred by YA programs and
  • Provide crisis intervention and support as needed.
  • Conduct home visits and generally provide services in the field which may include transportation of self and client to and
    from counseling activities in the community. (A car is necessary.)
  • Co-facilitate therapeutic support groups with youth and young adults based in a trauma-informed care curriculum.

See the complete job description and apply online at Craigslist

Travel Trainer Position at Center for Independent Living in Berkeley


The Center for Independent Living in Berkeley currently has an opening for a Travel Trainer. Bilingual Spanish is required for this position.

Summary: The Travel Trainer works one-on-one and/or in structured group environments teaching people with disabilities to travel independently on fixed route public transit.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Meet with trainees to assess needs, identify goals, and develop plans to meet those needs and goals.
  • Provide instruction to assigned trainees on how to utilize public transit. Instruction typically includes how to master a route between Point A and Point B, safety and awareness, trip planning, and learning how to navigate the system generally (e.g. getting Clipper Card/RTC discount cards, pedestrian rights of-way.
  • Helping people master mobility devices (scooters, wheelchairs, canes, ect)
  • Provide information and referrals regarding local public transit resources throughout the Bay Area.
  • Collaborate with local transit systems and trainees regarding questions, issues or concerns.

Read the complete job description and apply for this position online at


Job Opportunities at Buckelew Programs


Buckelew Programs is currently hiring for the positions of Supported Employment Specialist and Relief Job Coach.

Supported Employment Specialist

This Supported Employment Specialist position works primarily with adults who have a diagnosed mental illness, who are in the County of Marin’s Behavioral Health and Recovery Services (BHRS) system of care, and who have expressed a desire to work.


  • Conduct intakes to assess all new clients using a variety of modalities to determine their interests, strengths, areas of weakness, and barriers. Complete assessment reports in a timely manner. Continue to assess clients’ vocational functioning on an ongoing basis.
  • Engage clients and establish trusting, collaborative relationships directed toward the goal of competitive employment in integrated job settings.
  • Draw up individual employment goals with clients, case managers, and other treatment team providers and update the plans quarterly. Keep current notes, documentation and reports in clients’ charts and complete other reporting and billing as needed in keeping with regulations required by various funding sources, CARF and MediCal (where applicable). Coordinate paperwork with other team members.
  • Other duties listed in complete job description

Job Coach (Relief)

The Job Coach works primarily with adults who have a diagnosed mental illness, who are consumers of Department of Rehabilitation services and/or are in the County of Marin’s Behavioral Health and Recovery Services (BHRS) system of care, and who have expressed a desire to work. The Job Coach works with clients individually and possibly in groups, to engage them in the process of obtaining and maintaining employment, including assisting clients at work sites in the community.

Visit Buckelew Programs – Careers for the complete job descriptions and for information on how to apply



Job Opportunities with Berkeley Youth Alternatives


Berkeley Youth Alternatives, an organization working to improve the lives of children, youth, and families, currently has job openings for Counselor and a Development Intern.


Under the general direction of the Executive Director and the direct supervision of the Sr. Director of Counseling Programs or another designee, the Counselor works with children, youth, and young adults, some of which are classified as “at-risk” and “high-risk”. Some youth may be in danger of becoming involved with gangs, affiliated with gangs, or members of gangs. The Counselor provides participants with emotional support, psychological support, and mental health services as well as other services using the Medi-Cal Mental Health model and trauma-informed care practices.

Development Intern

The BYA Development Intern serves under the direction of the Associate Director, Program Administrator, and Administrative Assistant and other personnel.


  • Help maintaining donor database (DonorPerfect) and sending Thank You letters.
  • Reconciliation and data entry for yearly fundraising events such as: Crab Feed, Day at the Races
  • BYA representative at community events and presentations. (as needed)
  • Assist with grant and resource development efforts when needed.
  • Assist with social media.
  • Assist with data collection and reporting.
  • Other duties to be assigned

Learn more about both these positions at Berkeley Youth Alternatives – Careers


RAMS seeking Employment Consultant


Richmond Area Multi-Services (RAMS) is currently searching for an individual with a mental health and /or business background and excellent communication skills and a passion for community-based service for the position of Employment Consultant for the RAMS Hire-Ability Vocational Services Program.

Your role: Under the supervision of the Employment Services Coordinator, the Employment Consultant creates job opportunities by promoting Hire-Ability services to potential employers, collaborates on employer engagement activities, and provides client assessments, job placement, retention and job coaching support as needed.

Read the complete job description and apply online at RAMS Inc. – Employment

Field Trip Explainers at the Exploratorium


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.

• 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.

• 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

Class B Drivers Needed for SF-Marin Food Bank


The SF-Marin Food Bank is currently seeking experienced Class B drivers with air brake endorsement.

Drive Food Bank trucks to make prompt deliveries and pick-ups of donations and complete the related paperwork in a timely fashion. Perform daily warehouse duties as assigned.

Responsibilities and Duties:
-Drive Food Bank vehicles to accomplish all donation pick-ups, product deliveries, Emergency Food Box delivery, and food drive barrel delivery/pick-up.
-Use material handling equipment (stand up forklifts, pallet jacks, etc.) in a safe manner to perform all daily warehouse duties: receiving, storage, agency order pulling, salvage, produce sorting, and receiving.
-Maintain vehicle preventative maintenance logs.
-Maintain an organized and sanitary facility.
-Monitor equipment condition and maintain equipment logs.
-Perform other duties and tasks as assigned.

-Possession and maintenance of a clean California Class “B” driver’s license with air brake endorsement.
-One year driving experience in the San Francisco area preferred.
-Two years’ previous warehouse experience including: inventory/order picking, safe operation of forklifts, electric pallet jack, other warehouse equipment, heavy lifting and other related warehouse tasks.
-Ability to lift up to 50 pounds.
-High school diploma or equivalent with good basic math skills.
-Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
-Ability to work and interact well with individuals (staff and volunteers) from a variety of socioeconomic backgrounds in a culturally diverse environment.

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