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

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

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

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

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

See the complete job description and required qualifications at Craigslist


Part-time Delivery Drivers for Meals on Wheels in Marin

Meals on Wheels on Marin is seeking delivery drivers

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


  • 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

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

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

Food Service Aide at Sutter Health – California Pacific Medical Center

Sutter Health – California Pacific Medical Center is currently accepting applications for the position of Food Service Aide in San Francisco.


Performs a wide variety of physical & manual tasks related to the preparation and serving of food as well as clean up of any and all tools and work areas.  Performs all food service-related tasks demonstrating a service orientation to fellow employees, clients, staff and customers.


  • High school diploma or equivalent required
  • Knowledge of basic food service principles required
  • Knowledge of institutional equipment safety and hygiene practices required
  • Previous food service experience required
  • Previous food service experience in a hospital setting strongly preferred
  • Must have customer service experience
  • Experience using a cash register strongly preferred
  • Must have ability to communicate (speak, read, and write) in English
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs. and push/pull carts over distances
  • Candidate will be required to pass a criminal and educational background check as well as a pre-employment physical which includes a drug screening

Apply online at Sutter Health – Employment

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

Braillist Needed for the City and County of San Francisco

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

Essential Functions:

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

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

Desirable Skills:

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

Special Condition

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

Interested individuals should submit a letter of interest and resume to ACE Recruiter- Porsche Bunton:


Shuttle Bus Driver for Mollie Stones

Mollie Stone’s Markets, a gourmet, independent, local grocery store chain, has an immediate opening for an experienced, self-directed driver who may operate between two stores. (The store locations will include Castro and possibly Pac Heights) This is a highly visible and responsible position requiring exceptional customer service skills. Duties include, but are not limited to driving customers home from shopping, loading and unloading their groceries from the van.

When not driving the van, this position will be responsible for maintaining the parking lot’s appearance, monitoring that the lot is used for Mollie Stone’s patrons, assisting customers and any other duties presented by management.

This is a part time position. the hours of the Mollie Bus are Monday through Friday 11-8, Saturday and Sunday 10-7.

Job Requirements:

– Good time management.
– Ability and agility to accommodate changes in business needs and still meet delivery schedules.
– Be somewhat knowledgeable and very comfortable driving through the streets of San Francisco.
– California Driver’s License and excellent DMV report a must
– Previous experience driving a van (15 passenger) or large vehicle preferred
– Must be able to regularly lift at least 50 lbs.
– Flexibility in schedule


Apply for this position at Craigslist

Cashier – Receptionist at Kaiser

Kaiser Permanente is seeking a Cashier – Receptionist for their Richmond facility.

The cashier/receptionist is a member of the health care dept team who functions under the direction guidance & supervision of the dept mgr, assistant mgr, or designee. The position greets & checks in all patients reporting to the medical office in a professional & courteous manner. This position is responsible for accurate check-in, check-out where applicable, info capture & revenue collection per procedures. Responsible for having a general knowledge of the medical center in order to assist patients w/ questions & concerns. Requires extensive use of the computer.

Essential Functions

  • Follow approp patient registration/check-in policies & procedures
  • Verify and/or update all demographic info
  • Working knowledge of Health Plan coverage types, for example (but not limited to) traditional, deductible, etc
  • Check in patients by following check-in policies & procedures & using the check-in systems or manual visit records when the systems are down
  • Determine patient’s membership/benefits according to the benefit display

Read the complete job description and apply online through LinkedIn

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

Part Time Holiday and Greetings Merchandiser in S.F.

American Greetings is seeking a part-time merchandiser to cover accounts in the downtown San Francisco area.

Bring your energy and flexibility when you service the greeting card departments in our retail partner locations. The position averages 15-20 hours per week.

Position Description:

  • Merchandise American Greetings product and displays
  • Rotate products from the backroom and out to the department
  • Keep back room stock in neat and orderly condition
  • Display promotional material such as signs and banners in accounts
  • Ability to operate under minimal supervision (self-managed role)
  • Use company provided mobile technology to perform basic job functions
  • Regular, reliable, predictable attendance

Apply online at CAL JOBS

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

Ushers Needed for Beach Blanket Babylon

Ushers are needed for ongoing performances of Beach Blanket Babylon!

Silverhat Bar Inc., providing services to Steve Silver’s Beach Blanket Babylon, the nation’s longest running theatrical cabaret show, has immediate openings. We are located in San Francisco’s North Beach district and perform year round.

House Staff Usher: Full-benefit position available. Set up the theater, greet show attendees, take tickets, seat patrons within sections and monitor the theater during performances.

No theater experience is necessary, though hospitality/customer service experience is a plus. You must be at least 21 years of age. Work hours are primarily evenings and weekends, Wednesday through Sunday; with occasional shows scheduled on Mondays and Tuesdays.

For instructions on how to apply, see the ad 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

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

Supply Technician at V.A. Health Care Center in San Francisco

The United States Department of Veteran’s Affairs is seeking a Supply Technician at the San Francisco Medical Center.

The primary purpose of the position is to ensure that supplies and material are distributed to all areas serviced by Logistics. Provides wards, clinics, operating rooms, secondary storage locations, and other hospital facilities with supplies and material including, but not limited to, sterile and non-sterile medical supplies, instruments sets, and equipment.

Assignments include but are not limited to: scanning, barcoding, receiving, storing, and the distribution of medical and surgical supplies, instruments, and other material. The work requires knowledge of applicable policies and procedures as well as inventory systems such as the generic inventory package (GIP), bar-coding, aseptic procedures and Logistics processes. Work is performed on established shifts, which may involve evening, overnight, or weekend.

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


Dock Attendant at Stow Lake Boathouse

The Boathouse at Stow Lake in Golden Gate Park is currently accepting applications for attendants.

Golden Gate Park’s largest body of water, Stow Lake, is a picturesque spot for strolling, picnicking, and pedaling around the famous Strawberry Hill Island in boats rented at the Stow Lake Boathouse . With it’s rich history, dating back to the 1800’s, visitors can enjoy the serenity of gliding across the lake and creating memories that will last a lifetime! Our full time Associates at Stow Lake Boathouse enjoy competitive pay and benefits while gaining valuable training and experience.

Summary of Position:

Responsible for providing an extraordinary guest experience by offering friendly and courteous service as well as a safe boating experience.


  • Prepare the Boathouse for the day; string boats to dock, place life jackets in appropriate place outside, place cleaning supplies outside, bring trash receptacles to designated areas
  • Assist guests in the rental of boats; safely help load and unload guests from boats
  • Responsible for setting up signs and maps at the beginning of each day
  • Always be present on the dock and provide warm and friendly customer service to each guest
  • Ensure that boats are clean, batteries boarding boats
  • Ensure that boats are properly stowed and cleaned in the boathouse at the end of day
  • Ensure cleanliness of dock area (hosing down dock) at the beginning of the day and is clean of trash at the end of the day
  • Perform weekly upkeep/draining/cleaning of boats inside and outside boat shed; follow weekly cleaning schedule

Apply for this position online at Indeed

Automotive Service Worker for the City and County of San Francisco

The City and County of san Francisco currently has an open examination and application period for the position of Automotive Service Worker.


Under immediate supervision, an Automotive Service Worker performs a variety of semi-skilled work in maintaining, servicing, and safety checking of different types of gasoline, diesel, propane, natural gas and alternate fuel source vehicles.  Incumbents will be responsible for the servicing of heavy equipment vehicles; such as tractor-trailers and/or bulldozers.

Essential functions include:  operating a variety of automotive servicing equipment and hand tools; responding to automotive service requests; operating the refueling station and/or the tire shop; performing regular maintenance on vehicles; making minor repairs on disabled vehicles; maintaining a clean shop area; preparing routine records; assisting automotive mechanics and operating service vehicles.  Performs other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.


1.  One (1) year of full-time verifiable experience performing of semi-skilled work in maintaining, servicing, and safety-checking of gasoline, diesel or alternative fuel source vehicles; OR

2.    A certificate of completion of coursework in Automotive Mechanics from an accredited academic, trade or technical institution with a minimum of six (6) months.  Coursework in Auto Body, Fender or Welding may not be substituted for coursework in Automotive Mechanics; AND

3.    Possession of a valid Class C driver license.

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

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

Facilities and Exhibits Technician at Bay Area Discovery Museum

The Bay Area Discovery Museum in Sausalito is seeking a Facilities and Exhibits Technician.

The Facilities and Exhibits Technician is responsible for day-to-day facilities and maintenance of the Museum, as well as meeting and event production (set-up & take down). This position is also responsible for maintaining the function and appearance of the Museum’s permanent and changing exhibitions, and participating in the fabrication of new exhibit elements. This is a full-time, non-exempt position.

Major Responsibilities:

Perform basic maintenance/repair of all buildings and grounds.

  • Adhere to opening and closing security procedures.
  • Execute program, event, and festival production, including set-up and teardown.
  • Perform janitorial duties.
  • Create and follow maintenance schedules and checklists with supervisor.
  • Repair and provide preventative maintenance for all exhibits (i.e., mechanical, graphic, and environmental/scenic components, expendable exhibit supplies) to ensure visitor satisfaction.
  • Provide scheduled and emergency exhibit maintenance.
  • Assist with installation and removal of temporary and permanent exhibits.
  • Assist with fabrication of new interactive exhibits and/or prototypes.
  • Assist in the production and fabrication of signage using Adobe software and vinyl plotter.

Read the complete job description and apply online at Work Force Now

Line Server / Café Attendant at Twitter building, San Francisco

Bon Appétit  Management Company has an opening for a Full Time line server position.

  • Location: Twitter; 1355 Market St – 9th Floor, San Francisco, CA, 94103.
  • Schedule:  Must have open availability to work morning or night shifts.
  • Requirements:  Must have excellent customer service skills and experience as Cafe / Kitchenette Attendant; Line Server experience a plus.

Summary: Responsible for the final preparation of all food items served in food-service area in accordance with current applicable federal, state and local standards, guidelines and regulations, with our established policies and procedures.

Job Duties:

  • Provides quality customer service by providing one-on-one attention to detail.
  • Participates in the preparation and service of food and beverage items in adherence to company food standards for presentation, sanitation and safety (meeting HACCP and OSHA guidelines) and portion control.
  • Cleans work area and equipment used in food preparation and service.
  • Follows all safety and sanitation procedures. Delivers food items to and from main kitchen.

Apply online at Compass Group

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