Unit Program Director/School Site Director – Girls & Boys Club – South San Francisco

Requisition # 18-0206boys & girls club

PRIMARY FUNCTION: Directs/manages overall daily operations of the Sunshine Gardens Elementary School Clubhouse with the primary concern for programs and service delivery, supervision and training of staff, facilities management, community relations and membership administration. The Site Director is an active member of the Leadership Team which facilitates the achievement of the organization’s Youth Development Outcomes.

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Specialist – Bingo Manager – Boys & Girls Club – South San Francisco

Requisition # 18-0135                                            boys & girls club

HOURS / LOCATION: Approximately 18-20 hours per week, Sunday and Monday 3:00p.m.-11:00p.m.and holiday games. All Bingo games will be located in South San Francisco at 201 W. Orange Ave., South San Francisco, CA 94080.

PRIMARY FUNCTION: Responsible for organizing and overseeing the efficient and smooth operation of all aspects of 2 weekly Bingo games and ensures a high standard of customer service. The following is a list of the main duties and responsibilities.

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Street Ambassador/Maintenance Intern – San Francisco

Join a non-profit organization who assists the homeless develop positive lives and secure stable homes. Street Ambassador/Maintenance Interns assist other Ambassadors in street clean-up sessions and address public safety issues.

Hourly Wage: $14

Deadline to apply: 07/20/18 or until position is filled



Job Seekers must be a San Francisco resident and currently participating in any of the following programs:  CalWORKs, PAES, or Foster Youth.  If you are interested in applying for these positions, please contact our JobsNOW! Hotline at 1-877-JOB1NOW (1-877-562-1669), and press extension 2

Membership & Development – Petaluma

Membership & Development is a National professional membership organization and is seeking a qualified Membership and Development Manager.


• Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent experience.
• Minimum of three (3) years’ experience as a membership professional, preferably with a non-profit organization with senior-level management and supervisory experience with volunteer participants.

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The Bertha Wolf-Rosenthal Foundation Fund for Community Service – Liberty Hill foundation – Stipend up to $6500- 18-25 years old

The Bertha Wolf-Rosenthal Foundation Fund for Community Service Stipend, a program of the Liberty Hill Foundation, will provide at least five young people (ages 18-25 as of December 31, 2017) with a stipend of up to $6,500 each, while they work at a nonprofit organization anywhere in California during the 2018 calendar year. Recipients will be given the stipend to help cover basic living costs (e.g., rent, food, utilities, transportation and childcare).

Download the application form (DOCX) and email your completed application to bwrstipend@libertyhill.org (link sends e-mail) or mail your application to Liberty Hill at 6420 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 700, Los Angeles, CA 90048.

Questions? See the FAQs (PDF).

Completed applications must be received by Friday April 20, 2018. 

If your questions were not answered in the FAQs, please email bwrstipend@libertyhill.org



Events Manager – Lighthouse for the Blind – San Francisco

This is a 32 hour/wk position, with primary duties in the following areas: Event coordination for general public facing LightHouse events and other development duties as needed.


Education:  Bachelor or graduate degree preferred.

Experience: Five years of experience in non-profit fundraising, event coordination and/or public relations. Familiarity with blindness and/or broader disability issues is a plus.

Skills: Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Working efficiently and calmly under pressure. Quick effective problem solving. Highly organized with capability to prioritize and meet multiple deadlines with minimal oversight. Superior ability to network and liaise between multiple parties simultaneously. Strong written and verbal communication. Demonstrated ability to negotiate with venues and vendors to secure the best available event pricing and services.

Other: Personal initiative. Curiosity about people, a sense of humor and a strong team-oriented style. Enthusiasm for LightHouse services and the transformative effect we have on the lives of individuals who are blind or have low vision.


Able to sit at a desk and perform computer-intensive work for long periods of time, operate standard office equipment, move 10 lbs independently, move quickly and efficiently around familiar and unfamiliar venues


  • Coordinate all details of special events, including but not limited to:  design of electronic and print invitations, volunteer management, securing sponsorships and event logistics.
  • Assist with LightHouse internal staff events and programs.
  • Develop and manage revenue and expense budgets for events.
  • Organize and oversee event timelines, vendors, and venues.
  • Frequent weekend and evening events.
  • Other Duties: Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.


Overseeing the activities of volunteers and vendors at events.


Send your resume and cover letter to hr@lighthouse-sf.org. All attachments must be formatted as Word Documents or accessible PDFs.

More info:  http://lighthouse-sf.org/events-manager/

Outreach Coordinator – Light House for the Blind – San Francisco


 We are seeking an outreach coordinator to spearhead LightHouse’s communications to new and returning students, stakeholders and collaborators. Part publicist and part community advocate, the outreach coordinator’s function is to increase the LightHouse’s connectivity to our community through social media, email marketing, PR, personal outreach and public speaking. The outreach coordinator also maintains our lists of contacts and supports the team in both online and in-person communications as needed.

An energetic professional who can master the foundational tasks of maintaining our social media accounts, email marketing systems and press contacts will find significant room for growth in our new communications department. We use written pieces, video, audio and photography to tell the stories of our community, and the outreach coordinator must be fluent in how to use today’s tools to push these stories to the people who need to hear them. Communications is a small, agile team where each individual is expected to think creatively, produce steadily, and be prepared to juggle deadlines. A key part of this job is to work to increase referrals and participation of blind people in Lighthouse programs.


Apply if you:

  • Graduated from college
  • Have paid experience in non-profit marketing, journalism, public relations, sales, project management or a related field
  • Are familiar with the blindness community or can demonstrate your drive to learn
  • Have impeccable email etiquette; a courteous but convincing communication style that compels the reader to act.
  • Can translate your written tone into compelling public presentations and interactive talks.
  • Love spreadsheets and keeping information organized and up-to-date.
  • Are relentlessly solutions-oriented.
  • Are able to use a variety of content management and social media platforms, namely WordPress, Mailchimp, MS Office, Google Docs and all social networks.

We are seeking a candidate who believes in the power of social media; who enjoys following news and journalism, and adventurously explores the nuances of how technology is used in online and in-person marketing. They must easily adapt to changes in crucial outreach platforms such as Facebook or Mailchimp, as well as be able to attract older demographics through conventional techniques involving email, listservs and printed communications.

We are similarly seeking a person with a present or future dedication to the field of blindness, both as an identity and as an adaptive process. This will require educating oneself in subject matter such as digital accessibility, consumer advocacy groups, social service organizations, other disability groups, as well as the history and context of the blindness movement.

For public speaking and in-person communications, the outreach coordinator should be endlessly curious about people, an astute observer of social behavior, have a sense of humor and a flexible, team-oriented style. Enthusiasm for LightHouse services and the transformative effect we have on the lives of individuals is a must.


  • Outreach planning
  • Social Media
  • Press and publicity
  • Email marketing
  • Event promotion
  • Community research
  • Other duties as assigned

This position is located at the LightHouse’s new headquarters at 1155 Market St. in San Francisco, CA.


Commensurate with experience and enthusiasm.


Must be able to sit at a desk and perform computer-intensive work for long periods of time; operate standard office equipment; move 10lbs independently. Ability to travel to speaking engagements and other in-person outreach activities.


Send your resume and cover letter to hr@lighthouse-sf.org. All attachments must be formatted as Word Documents or accessible PDFs. No undescribed image files please.

For additional information visit:  http://lighthouse-sf.org/about/careers/