We are seeking a detail and solution-oriented Program Coordinator (PC) to support our home repair programs. The ideal candidate will serve as a hub of project information for staff, volunteers, clients, and vendors by ensuring proper collection of all necessary paperwork from program applicants and data for grant compliance. As the first point of contact for most volunteers, clients, and in-kind donors, the Program Coordinator must have a strong customer service mindset, including a diplomatic and supportive communication style. Computer literacy with an ability to master all office applications and databases is critical. The PC works in collaboration with 11 other staff and 3 AmeriCorps members to ensure the success of the National Rebuilding Day, Team Build, Safe at Home, and other year-round programs.
Ensures that EHP’s food closet runs smoothly and provides consistent quality of food to families and individuals in need. Promote EHP’s values of compassion, integrity, empowerment, respect, sustainability, teamwork, with particular emphasis on compassion, respect, integrity, and teamwork.
The Ecumenical Hunger Program is a non-profit agency which has provided emergency assistance (food, clothing, household essentials), and ongoing support services to families and individuals in East Palo Alto and the surrounding communities since 1975. Employee is responsible for assisting with pickups and general maintenance of EHP property maintenance. Promote EHP’s values of compassion, integrity, empowerment, respect, sustainability, teamwork, with particular emphasis on respect, integrity, and teamwork.
The Community Outreach Coordinator has the exciting opportunity to design and implement an outreach plan for our historic Pride Center. They are tasked with outreach and engagement of our diverse and expansive county to bring together LGBTQ+ community, reduce stigma, and improve access to services. They will work with staff, partners, and community stakeholders to deepen the Pride Center’s collaborative efforts.
The CEO will be responsible for providing strategic vision and leadership on matters of governance, mission, advocacy, programs, and operations. The executive responsibilities include overseeing all SVCN’s activities and services; broadening the visibility and profile of the organization; building and maintaining relationships with diverse constituencies, decision makers, and influencers that will enhance SVCN’s overall impact and influence in the community; diversifying and growing the financial resources; developing the team, infrastructure, processes, and systems; and serving as an organizational spokesperson.
The person who holds this position will become or be a state certified ombudsman with supervisory responsibilities for a group of field ombudsman. The regional coordinator will work towards meeting the facility coverage plan within the area assigned to him/her, and will supervise/monitor the field ombudsmen in the performance of their duties.
The Donor Relations Coordinator is the cornerstone of our excellent donor stewardship and an important member of a successful Advancement Team. The position is responsible for maintaining a clean and effective donor database, processing donations, and ensuring donors receive the highest level of stewardship possible, including as appropriate through phone and email contact. The position also supports the Advancement Team with events, writing projects, team initiatives, and support for the Vice President of Advancement, as needed. The ideal candidate will have strong analytic, writing, and communication skills. The position requires a results-oriented team player, and the ability to think on one’s feet.
The Development Associate is responsible for providing general support for all fund development activities. This is a temporary position working 15-18 hours a week. Flexibility in schedule provided. The selected candidate will start working in December 2018 and will need to commit to this job until May 15, 2019.
The Part Time Social Worker will provide intake assessments and care management services for a therapeutic day program. The Rosener House Adult Day Services program serves older adults who are physically, cognitively, and/or emotionally impaired. The social workers work with and refer families to appropriate community resources and services in order to enhance the participant's life and ease the family's stress of caregiving.
The Bilingual Spanish/English Clinical Consultant for the Senior Peer Counseling Program conducts supervision groups for volunteer senior peer counselors at Peninsula Family Service in San Mateo and at the Fair Oaks Adult Activity Center in Redwood City or other sites for 2 hours per session. Time may include set-up and individual consultation. This position is responsible for providing support and feedback to volunteer senior peer counselors who meet with isolated older adults in the community. Good communication skills in both languages is very important.
We are looking for a dynamic and compassionate Data and Evaluation Coordinator. The purpose of the Data and Evaluation Coordinator is to continuously strengthen the quality and impact of Peninsula Family Service's services by promoting the use of data and research in decision-making at all levels of the organization. As a Data and Evaluation Coordinator, you will be driving this mission within the agency's various programs in the core areas of early learning, services for older adults and financial empowerment.
The interim YCS Palo Alto youth program director will oversee and implement all Palo Alto youth programs including high school service clubs, middle school service programs, middle and high school days of service, and a high school leaders’ program. The director must also build and maintain positive relationships with other YCS employees and community partners. The position also offers the possibility of summer employment through the YCS Summer of Service Program.
The YCS program facilitator will work with middle school students in the Ravenswood City School District and/or high school students in the Sequoia Union High School District (East Palo Alto, Menlo Park, Redwood City). Instruction can take place in an after-school or school-day setting. Facilitators will use both service-learning curriculum and social-emotional curriculum to build relationships of trust and respect and to develop strong leaders capable of addressing personal, school, and community needs.
The East Palo Alto youth program director will supervise, manage, and support a small team of program facilitators that lead our East Palo Alto youth programs. Programs are located at Sequoia Union High School District and Ravenswood City School District. The director must also build and maintain positive relationships with other YCS employees, district employees, and community partners.
The Executive Director is accountable to the Board of Directors. He or she implements policies established by the Board of Directors; establishes and executes major goals and objectives for the organization; and provides leadership, direction and guidance of the organization’s activities. He or she is responsible for the oversight of all programs and has the overall responsibility for budget and financial management; staffing; program development and implementation; and fundraising from private foundations, public agencies and individual donors. The successful candidate will be a leader, administrator and fundraiser, and will have a passion to provide community-based services to those who are disenfranchised and in greatest need.
Peninsula Bridge (PB) is seeking a part time Communications and Marketing Manager who is a passionate, highly organized, and collaborative professional to join our team. This position reports to the Development Director and will play an integral role in helping communicate PB’s mission.
In advance of the 2020 Census, the U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting thousands of people for temporary jobs across the country. These positions provide the perfect opportunity to earn some extra income while helping your community. The results of the 2020 Census will help determine each state’s representation in Congress, as well as how certain funds are spent for schools, hospitals, roads, and more. This is your chance to play a part in history and help ensure that everyone in your community is counted!
As part of HIP Housing’s effort to provide affordable housing solutions in San Mateo County, we are seeking a passionate, self-motivated, experienced and credentialed professional property manager to join our team and manage our 92-units senior housing community in San Mateo. The Property Manager is responsible for ensuring that daily tasks are completed in a timely manner, keeping units occupied, supervising employees, helping to resolve resident disputes, the supervision of contractors, staying within the budget and providing assistance to residents.
Healthy Cities Tutoring is seeking a qualified applicant to serve as a Program Coordinator. The Program Coordinator reports to the Executive Director and will be responsible for coordination of the tutoring program, primarily at schools located in Redwood City. This position also assists in community outreach, tutor recruitment, training, program communications, fundraising, and general administration duties as an integral member of the Healthy Cities Tutoring staff.
Sisters of Mercy is seeking a FT Food Service Worker to join the dietary team. The position is located in Burlingame, CA and will include a full benefit package. Food Service Worker performs a variety of kitchen duties as assigned in the preparation and serving of meals to Residents and guests. Demonstrates respectful treatment of the dignity, privacy, and individuality of Residents, guests, and co-workers. Incorporates an understanding of Mercy mission and values into work performance.