LASSMC – Director of Development & Communications

The Director of Development & Communications (DDC) is a member of the leadership team and reports to the Executive Director. With the support of the Executive Director, Board of Directors, Director of Operations, and Director of External Relations, the DDC establishes the strategic direction for all fundraising and marketing/communications initiatives. The DDC directs the individual giving campaigns, including the Annual Campaign and major gifts, and oversees the planning and execution of two annual events led by the Director of External Relations.

LASSMC – Temporary Intake Coordinator

The Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County (LASSMC) seeks an intake coordinator for a four-month full-time position with the Peninsula Family Advocacy Program (FAP). A medical-legal partnership with Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital/Stanford Children’s Health, Ravenswood Family Health Center, and San Mateo Medical Center Clinics, FAP provides free legal services to children with special needs and pregnant women and their families to help address the underlying causes of poor health.

SV2 – Office & Communications Coordinator

SV2 is seeking a motivated, detail-oriented Office & Communications Coordinator who is passionate about building effective givers and change-makers and thriving nonprofit organizations. This position offers a unique opportunity to work with an exciting group of local philanthropists and dynamic nonprofit organizations, all the while gaining exposure to all aspects of nonprofit management.

Second Harvest Food Bank – Food Connection Senior Manager

The Food Connection Senior Manager provides overall management for CalFresh/SNAP outreach efforts, identifies challenges and opportunities our robust Food Connection team can address. This position is responsible for managing a multi-lingual team to meet the organizational goals of increasing participation in the CalFresh Program (Food Stamps/SNAP) and Food Bank food programs to help alleviate food insecurity in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties.

Rebuilding Together Peninsula – Development & Communications Manager

Rebuilding Together Peninsula (RTP) seeks a creative, solution-oriented development professional to join our team. The Development and Communications Manager, in collaboration with the Executive Director, is responsible for setting direction for the Development Department, including its annual and longer–term fundraising goals and communication and public relations activities. He/she supervises a full-time Development Coordinator and a grants management contractor.

Justice At Last – Case Management Internship

This is an ideal internship for a student who is working towards becoming a social worker or case manager interested in supporting clients’ within a holistic social justice law practice. The internship is for a minimum commitment of 16 hours per week for a minimum total of 400 hours. Justice At Last encourages survivors of human trafficking to apply for all internship opportunities within Justice At Last. For this position, the candidate must not have been a client of Justice At Last within the last 2 years.

EARN – Strategy and Business Development Manager

EARN is a national non-profit helping working families achieve prosperity through savings. As the nation’s leading micro-savings provider, EARN designs and launches financial technology tools that create financial stability for America’s most economically vulnerable populations. Our current platform, SaverLife, has grown to over 100,000 members in eighteen months. Reporting to the Director of Strategic Initiatives, the Strategy and Business Development Manager leads EARN’s partnerships with key growth partners, including employers, non-profits, and governments.

4Cs of San Mateo County – Program Director

Are you looking for a leadership role in an impactful, county-wide non-profit agency? Do you want to make a significant difference in the lives of children and families? 4Cs of San Mateo County is hiring a Program Director to join our executive leadership team. The Director of Programs will direct, plan, develop, and implement overall strategies for agency programs. The Director of Programs will work closely with the Executive Director, Director of Fiscal and Administrative Services, and other key staff to ensure contractual compliance, programmatic integrity and growth, and the overall health of the agency.

Westly Foundation – Executive Director

The Westly Foundation is a Silicon Valley-based private family foundation, founded in 2000 by Steve Westly and Anita Yu. We believe that investment in our children and youth paves the way for success in the future. We support organizations that improve the quality of the education of children at risk in California, enhance opportunities and skills for youth, find new ways for children and youth to gain better access to health care, and make our communities and our state better for our families. The Executive Director works closely with the Westly family and a small team of fellows and an intern. We contract with a comprehensive philanthropy support organization on grants administration and back-office activities.

There With Care – Bilingual Spanish-English Program Coordinator

The Bilingual Program Coordinator is responsible for ensuring families are supported throughout their medical crisis in a way that aligns with There With Care’s mission and values. To this end the Bilingual Program Coordinator enlists the help of staff, a volunteer pool, in-kind donors, and service providers within the community. The Bilingual Program Coordinator is the liaison between the family, There With Care staff and volunteers, and the referring organization.

There With Care – Program Director, Bay Area Chapter

The Program Director will play an integral role in helping us serve as a true hospital partner and thoughtfully grow our care to serve families in a way that allows them to focus on their child’s medical crisis. As a senior staff member and critical partner to the Executive Director, the Program Director will provide leadership and management for the Program Department and work closely with other department leadership to ensure that our families receive timely meaningful care.

CORA – Bilingual Child Clinician

This is a new position and the clinician will be involved in program development. This position will serve as the lead clinician and coordinator for services rendered under CORA’s CalOES CHIRP contract. As the primary contact for referrals, they will provide comprehensive needs assessments for children who have witnessed domestic violence or endured other types of child abuse in conjunction with domestic violence. The Child Clinician will develop case plans that include individual therapy, family therapy, as well as group therapy, child development services, legal assistance, referrals to Victim Witness, or other resources as relevant.

CORA – Client Advocate

The Client Advocate provides crisis intervention, needs assessment and supportive counseling to emergency safe house residents, callers on the domestic violence hotline, as well as provides emergency telephonic response to referrals from local law enforcement. The Client Advocate is responsible for providing a safe and healthy environment and welcoming atmosphere for residents. Services provided are voluntary and include safety planning, peer counseling, case management, information and referral, and group facilitation. All services are provided within the context of a trauma-informed approach. This position involves responsibilities at multiple sites throughout San Mateo County.

CORA – Crisis Counselor (Bilingual)

This position provides crisis intervention, needs assessment and supportive counseling to callers on the domestic violence hotline, as well as provides emergency telephonic response to residents of San Mateo County following a referral from local law enforcement. Services provided are voluntary and include safety planning, peer counseling, crisis case management, information and referral, and group facilitation. All services are provided within the context of trauma-informed approach. This position involves both on-call and in office responsibilities.

CORA – On Call-Relief Counselor

We seek an On-Call Relief Crisis Counselor to join our Crisis Intervention Services team to provide immediate intervention, information, and resources to callers seeking support on the hotline. This position provides crisis intervention, needs assessment and supportive counseling to callers on our 24-hour domestic violence hotline, and provides emergency telephonic response to residents of San Mateo County following a referral from law enforcement. Services provided are voluntary and include safety planning, peer counseling, crisis case management, information and referral, and group facilitation. This position is an on-call and after hours’ position (primarily in the evenings and on weekends).

CORA – Executive Assistant

CORA seeks a motivated, self-directed individual who is capable of handling multiple priorities simultaneously and completing tasks in a professional timely manner. The EA must show a level of flexibility with supporting the Executive Director. Applicants must have excellent communication skills, be proficient with Microsoft Office applications, have a friendly demeanor and be comfortable working with people. The EA must be organized, resourceful, must be able to thrive in a fast-paced environment, work well independently and enjoy working in a collaborative environment in a mission-driven, and community focused organization.

LifeMoves – Individual Giving Officer

LifeMoves seeks a self-directed individual with a proven track record of stewarding long-term relationships and securing financial resources to serve as an Individual Giving Officer. The Officer is responsible for effective strategies and systems for raising significant gifts from individual donors. H/she carries a portfolio of established donors and meets a specific personal revenue goal. S/he is a highly collaborative member of the senior management team for Development and fulfills a primary role in the organization’s individual giving strategy. The Officer also works closely with some Board members to help them achieve their fundraising responsibilities.

Jefferson Union High School District – Daly City Youth Health Center Director

Under supervision of the school district’s Associate Superintendent, the Director is responsible for holding the mission and vision of the Health Center. The Director is the face of the organization in the community, leads the fundraising efforts, and supervises the overall functioning of the Health Center.

CORA – Bilingual Family Advocate

The purpose of this position is to provide housing advocacy, case management and supportive services for domestic violence survivors and their families while they increase their self-sufficiency and transition into permanent housing. The Family Advocate will assess eligibility in transitional housing, provide case management and advocacy toward personal safety and increased self-sufficiency, provide education around budgeting and similar life skills, and assist families in locating and determining appropriateness of long-term housing options.