Bookkeeper Position at Bank of Marin in Novato

Bank of Marin currently is seeking a bookkeeper to work out of the Novato branch.

The Bookkeeper will be responsible to research and resolve various exception items. This person will be required to act as the central resource for all internal/external clients related to Adjustments / Exceptions.

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Research and resolve Federal Reserve Check and ACH adjustments. This includes posting all clearing entries according to governing regulations and time frames daily.
  • Teller and Proof of Deposit adjustments.
  • Research and resolve various Exceptions including: Non-posted items, Stop Payments, NSF, etc.
  • Prepare and post customer Deposited returned items/Charge Back items.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Professional/Educational Experience: Minimum of 2 years related Banking / Operations / Item Processing experience or training. Strong knowledge of bank operations policies and procedures.

Apply for this position online at Bank of Marin – Careers

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

State Park Interpreter on Angel Island

California State Parks currently has an opening for the position on State Park Interpreter on Angel Island.

This Angel Island State Park Interpreter I will be primarily assigned to the United States Immigration Station. Coordinating and providing tours, training volunteers, and providing PORTS programming. 

As part of the interpretive team, this position will help enact the Interpretation Master Plan across the island with programs and events. Angel Island attracts large numbers of school groups, individuals and organizations interested in learning about immigration history, Native Americans, historic military operations, as well as natural and recreation resources. This position also provides daily operational support to the island.  There are great opportunities for cultural and natural resources management learnings, community engagement and working with two active cooperating associations.

Learn more about this position at CAL HR

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.


  • 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

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


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.


  • 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


  • 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

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

Trader Joe’s Hiring Crew Members for Greenbrae Location

Ahoy! Trader Joe’s is currently seeking crew members for their Greenbrae location.

Crew Members create a warm and friendly shopping experience in our stores. We answer questions, offer suggestions and ensure our customers know they are welcomed and cared for. We entertain customers and making grocery shopping an exciting adventure.

  • Working on teams to accomplish goals
  • Operating the cash register in a fun and efficient manner
  • Bagging groceries with care
  • Stocking shelves
  • Helping customers find their favorite products

You’re not stuck doing one task here. Each Crew Member contributes to creating a WOW customer experience by participating in all aspects of the job.

Apply for this position online at LinkedIn

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

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

Bike Techs at Mike’s Bikes – Training Provided

Mike’s Bikes is currently hiring bicycle technicians for multiple Bay Area locations. No prior mechanical bicycle experience is required and paid training will be provided.

Do you love bikes but don’t know how to fix them? Do you have mechanical experience but no familiarity with bicycles? We’ll train you! As a new technician, you will attend a 2-day intensive class to introduce you to the skills, techniques and knowledge that make our tech departments so successful.

Taught by SBCU-trained (SBCU = Specialized Bicycle Components University) instructors in our brand new tech lab at HQ in Novato, this class will prepare you for a successful career in wrenching on bikes. Bring your enthusiasm and willingness to learn, we will provide the rest. After the 2-day intensive class, you will receive ongoing training on more advanced repairs from your on-site manager.

Work alongside the industry’s best bike mechanics and learn the ins and outs of building and repairing quality bicycles. You’ll work on brand new racing bikes and well-loved and used comfort bikes, as well as everything in between. If you are open to new ideas and excited about participating in an environment where delivering an outstanding customer experience is our guiding principle, check us out. And if you’re passionate about bicycles, you’ll fit right in!

For instructions on how to apply, see the ad at Craigslist or apply directly at Mike’s Bike’s – Careers

Courtesy Clerk at Sprout’s Farmer’s Market in San Rafael

Sprout’s Farmer’s Market in San Rafael is currently accepting applications for Courtesy Clerks.

As a Courtesy Clerk, you will be a customer service ambassador. While properly handling and bagging shoppers’ groceries, you’ll be focused on delivering extraordinary customer service. Whether you’re helping someone find a product in the store, gathering carts from the outdoors or sweeping or picking up a spill, you are the face of Sprouts to our customers. We look for a friendly and outgoing attitude in addition to an understanding of what it means to be on a team and its positive impacts.


  • At least 16 years of age
  • Dependable and reliable
  • Have and show an outgoing and friendly behavior
  • Have a positive attitude and the ability to interact with our customers
  • Have the ability to work a flexible schedule that changes as the business does
  • Follow all Front End procedures and work closely with other Team Members throughout the store

Apply online at Sprout’s – Careers


Detailing Manager at Toyota Marin

Toyota Marin is looking for an experienced hands-on manager to supervise a 10-15 person Detailing Crew for our New and Used Vehicle operations. This crew will wash, wax and detail all New Cars sold, and wash and clean the inside of all Used Cars. Your team’s work will have a major impact on customer satisfaction for the dealership.

Our ideal candidate will:

  • Be self-motivated and competitive with a strong drive to achieve quality results
  • Be able to work comfortably in a team environment
  • Be enthusiastic and goal-oriented
  • Able to set the example for subordinates to follow

What we offer:

  • A well funded, ambitious and well respected ownership group
  • 5 day work week, complete benefits package and 401K

Apply online at Craigslist

Marin County Parks Seasonal Assistant – Visitor Study

Marin County Parks  will be hiring up to four seasonal positions to join an existing team charged with implementing a second phase of a park and open space visitor study, assisting with other department research projects, and fulfilling other duties as assigned.

1) Staff will be primarily responsible for counting and interviewing visitors at 17 park and open space locations. This position requires strong communication skills, familiarity with tablet computers and data entry, and a willingness to work alone, in addition to the requirements below.

2) Staff will assist open space rangers and resources staff with the maintenance of research cameras and review of data. This work requires sitting in a computer lab for several hours at a time, hiking, and some physical labor, in addition to the requirements below.

3) Staff may assist the department with other tasks from time to time, including: community outreach and engagement (including Roving Ranger support, attending community events, and tabling), participation in community programming, working with volunteers, writing summary reports, maintaining tools and equipment, general park and trail maintenance, and other tasks as needed.

This position requires strong interpersonal communications skills. All seasonal assistants must be able to drive to remote locations, lift 30-40 pounds of equipment, work alone, and engage visitors and assist them with completing surveys on tablet computers. Work may occur during adverse weather conditions. Seasonal assistants may also be required to hike and work in difficult conditions on rugged terrain. Some work may require the use of hand tools and will often be at sites that require hiking across remote terrain. Full training and safety gear will be provided depending on tasks assigned.

Crew members will be trained in:
• Survey methodology and data collection
• Driving and communications protocols
• Other skills depending on assignment

This is a full time, 4-5 day per week, temporary position to last approximately 5 months.

Apply for this position online at Craigslist

Spanish-Speaking Administrative Services Associate for Superior Court of California in Marin County

The Superior Court of California, County of Marin is hiring an Administrative Services Associate.

Under general supervision, provides varied, responsible and confidential clerical and administrative support assistance to Family Court Services Division, specifically the Child Custody Recommending Counselors and the Court Investigators as well as the Court Administration/Human Resources; greets all customers and directs them to the appropriate division and performs other related work as required. This class reports to the Chief Human Resources Officer and the Family Court Services Director.

This position requires a college degree, or its equivalent is preferred but not required. You must also have three years of increasingly responsible clerical and/or administrative support experience; legal support work that includes the processing of legal documents, or employment in a court or legal office. Proficient in speaking Spanish is a must!

Apply online at Government Jobs

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

Installer – Communications Division – County of Marin (Temp. Position)


Installer – Communications Division

The Department of Public Works, Communication Division is seeking an Installer for a full time temporary extra hire position. The candidate will have an electronics background and knowledge of basic electronic theory, including Ohms Law, AC/DC theory, audio and radio frequency circuits. Also desirable is knowledge of installation and repair principles of mobile radio equipment, light bars, wiring, auto electrical systems and basic auto body work. Must be able to read and interpret simple electronic drawings, diagrams and measurements, and have a working knowledge of mathematics for electronic technology. The ideal candidate uses sound independent judgment within established procedural guidelines and is knowledgeable regarding the safe operation of hand and power tools used in facility and equipment maintenance and repair.
For more information about the position please contact Richard Chuck at (415) 473-7313 or at

Bus Operators for Golden Gate Transit – Training Provided

Golden Gate Transit is currently recruiting for new bus drivers. Prior bus driving experience is NOT required! Paid training will be provided.


Under general supervision, operates a variety of transit vehicles to transport passengers along specific, assigned routes according to the District’s requirements. Provide service in a safe, courteous and reliable manner. Responsible for written reports and other information as required. Upon completion of the Golden Gate Transit Training Program, the employee operates regularly scheduled assignments. All runs will originate either in Santa Rosa, Novato or San Rafael.


  •  Must be a licensed driver for at least seven (7) years prior to the date of this posting.
  •  No experience is necessary.
  • Must pass the Student Bus Driver Training program and Probationary period.

For compete information, see the posting at Golden Gate Transit

Accounting Assistant for the County of Marin

The County of Marin Department of Finance has announced an open recruitment period for the position of Accounting Assistant:

Job Description:

Under the direction of a Division Chief, the Accounting Assistant performs in a myriad of fiscal areas: accounting, revenue billing and collection, accounts receivable, accounts payable, banking, public administration, payroll, statistical and other financial, fiscal and/or budgetary office support in a centralized or departmental setting.

This entry level accounting/financial support position also processes, records, reviews and reconciles a variety of financial transactions and prepares forms and documentations necessary to support the activities of the Division.

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE: The ideal candidate is organized, dependable, flexible, accurate and able to work both independently and with a professional team. The ideal candidate would be an excellent written and verbal communicator. The ideal candidate would direct experience in customer service and would be able to demonstrate tact and diplomacy when dealing with the public and other departmental personnel. Additionally, the ideal candidate would have the ability to clearly articulate and document appropriate accounting procedures and would have experience in governmental accounting practices or similarly regulated environment in the private sector. The ideal candidate has experience working with financial accounting, banking, customer account maintenance and statistical reporting systems.

Read the complete job description and apply online at County of Marin – Department of Human Resources

School Bus Driver

The Dixie School District in San Rafael is seeking a bus driver.

The position is 4.5 hours per day split shift (2.5 hours in the morning and 2 hours in the afternoon) and follows the school calendar.

Class B license with passenger endorsement preferred, but will provide training. Paid stipend during training.


  • Ability to understand and carryout oral and written directions in English.
  • Clean DMV
  • Fingerprinting and TB Clearance required if hired.

For application instructions, please see the ad at Craigslist

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

Executive Team Leader in Training at Target Novato

Target Novato is seeking individuals with management experience to fill the position of Executive Team Leader in Training.

Job Description:

In this role, you’ll oversee 2-3 departments with sales ranging from $2-$9 million. Your responsibilities will include opening and closing the store on assigned days, recruiting and hiring your team, and creating a positive experience for guests and team members every day. It’s your leadership that guides your team to achieve sales goals and maintain budget controls. We’ll be supporting you with extensive training to help you grow as a strong store executive leader. This position includes competitive pay and discounts, and flexible scheduling.

About you:

  • 4 year degree or equivalent experience
  • Strong cognitive skills, including problem analysis, decision making, financial and quantitative analysis
  • Able to continuously move around all areas of the store on a daily basis, as well as ability to lift 40lbs
  • Ability to work flexible hours including nights and weekends

See the ad at Recruit Disability

Parks Seasonal Assistant – Landscape Assignment for County of Marin

Marin County Parks is hiring within the Landscape Division. The position requires planting, watering and maintaining various landscaped areas; turf grass care and fertilization; maintenance of public facilities and structures; weeding and spreading landscape mulch; constructing fences, signs, & other structure projects; drain cleaning, hand & power tool operation; grass cutting, brush removal, tree pruning for wildfire fuel reduction; learning the safe operation of a variety of hand and power tools; performing heavy, physical labor in landscaped areas; representing the Landscape Division, providing information to the public and wearing a uniform; removal of trash and garbage from landscaped areas; public contact: providing information and assistance; working with low voltage landscape electrical systems.

Minimum Qualifications:
Some direct experience or college level education in landscape maintenance, parks operations, or environmental resources studies is desirable. Level of appointment within the salary range is dependent upon the amount of experience and/or education directly related to the area of assignment.

HIGHLY DESIRABLE: Direct experience in the construction trade.

See the ad and apply online at Craigslist

Office Assistant for California Highway Patrol – Marin County Office

The California Highway Patrol is currently accepting applications for the position of Office Assistant – Typing for their Marin County office in Corte Madera.

Under the general supervision of the Office Services Supervisor I, the Office Assistant (OA) would serve as the Area’s Timekeeper/Overtime Clerk, processing the CHP 415’s and the overtime report, sending the completed reconciliation reports to Golden Gate Division by the cutoff date.

The Main Function of the Timekeeping/Overtime Clerk is to review the Daily Field Records and process the uniform overtime with the reconciliation reports.

The position(s) require(s) the ability to type at a minimum speed as designated on the Class Specifications (link available in the additional documentation section). You must obtain a valid typing certificate confirming your ability to meet the minimum typing speed, prior to being hired.

Read the complete job description and learn how to apply on the official California state jobs website at CalCareers

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



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.


  • 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.