Teachers are responsible for the design, planning, and implementation of a quality early childhood education classroom and the implementation of the program’s philosophy and curriculum. The position requires skill and expertise in curriculum planning, staff supervision, child assessments, and the ability to accept and work effectively with children and adults from diverse populations. This position is a role model for developmentally appropriate practices in the classroom and has shared responsibility for classroom setup and classroom management. This position may have direct responsibility for a specific group of children in a shared classroom.
As the Food Service Worker you would be responsible for spicing up our community’s appetite by planning, preparing and serving a delicious healthy brunch on Mondays, and a healthy breakfast snack on Tuesdays through Fridays to patrons at Fair Oaks Adult Activity Center. In addition, you would serve an already prepared lunch (provided by a caterer) on Tuesdays through Fridays. Finally, you would wash minimal dishes and keep the kitchen clean on a daily basis. With assistance from the Site Director you would also be responsible for coordinating and supervising any available trainees or volunteers to help with preparation, serving and clean-up.
The Credit Specialist performs a wide variety of administrative and consumer lending functions. Under limited supervision, the Credit Specialist will be responsible for efficiently performing all tasks involved in the daily operation of the DriveForward Vehicle and Lending Circles Loan Programs, and referring other financial services to our participants. The Credit Specialist will be operating out of our San Mateo office location, but may also work periodically at our San Jose office, depending upon workload and staffing needs at each location. In addition, working some evenings and Saturdays to accommodate participant work hours, to lead financial workshops and to participate in community events will be required. This is a professional position which interfaces with the public and program partners, such as financial institutions, government agencies, funders and other community based non-profit organizations.
SMBCTC/San Mateo Labor Council seek an individual for a Full Charge Bookkeeper/ Executive Assistant; to report to heads of both organizations. This position is based in Foster City.
Fuse Theatre is currently accepting inquiries from community members interested in joining our Board of Directors.
Fuse Theatre is seeking a production manager.
As part of HIP Housing’s effort to provide affordable housing solutions in San Mateo County, we are seeking a passionate, self-motivated professional to join our team as a North County Home Sharing Coordinator. The North County Home Sharing Coordinator works closely with applicants who have a room to rent in North San Mateo County and persons who are seeking a place to live. The position also offers the opportunity to participate in outreach activities to raise awareness of the Home Sharing Program in North San Mateo County.
We are seeking a passionate, self‐motivated professional to join our team as Self Sufficiency Program Case Manager. Individuals considered for this position will demonstrate talent for empowering clients with dependents through the holistic approach to social work practice and be able to convey passion for the work of the agency in both oral and written formats. Equally important, this position requires previous case management experience helping low income families achieve financial, educational, and professional goals.
Reporting to the Director of Development, you will be identifying, researching and pursuing potential grant opportunities available to fund HIP Housing’s innovative housing programs. You will also get a chance to work on other important development functions including major donor cultivation and events. You will be working full-time (37.5 hours a week) with the best, most collaborative fundraising team in San Mateo County. And the best part? You will get to set your own schedule and take every other Friday off!
Reporting to the Director of Development, you will serve as an essential member of the Fund Development Team and provide general support for all fundraising activities. You will be working part‐time (18‐20 hours a week), getting paid $22 an hour. And the best part? You will get to set your own schedule!
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 in support of our HIP Housing Portfolio, within San Mateo County.
Under the direction of the Director of Education Programs of the HFSV, the Education Programs Coordinator will undertake a variety of administrative and program management tasks related to the programs carried out in San Mateo County. The Coordinator will join the team in planning, organizing, and managing programs and activities as well as carry out important operational duties including strong organizational skills, problem-solving skills, and a team player with a growth mindset.
In this role, you will support Thrive Alliance’s policy and advocacy work, including our efforts to ensure a complete count in the 2020 Census and to drive increased voter participation in communities with traditionally low levels of civic participation. You will develop engagement strategies and work with local nonprofits that serve underrepresented populations in San Mateo. Your role will involve writing, meeting support, social media communications, data tracking, and some direct outreach. The role can be full-time or part-time; work hours are flexible. Some of the work can be done remotely.
The Volunteer Outreach Coordinator will work with the IEPC CEO/Managing Attorney and Staff Attorneys to coordinate and administer IEPC’s promotional and community engagement programs.
The Volunteer Intake Coordinator will work with the IEPC CEO/Managing Attorney and Staff Attorneys to coordinate and administer IEPC’s intake process and provide program support.
The Volunteer Grant Coordinator will work with the IEPC CEO/Managing Attorney (MA) and Staff Attorneys to coordinate and administer IEPC’s grant application and implementation processes.
The STAY FLY Program Lead Case Manager offers structured support and guidance to young adults while incarcerated at the Juvenile Hall in Alameda County and upon release back into the community. In addition to facilitating law workshops and helping young adults understand the rules of probation, case managers work with young adults to set goals around education, employment, and building life skills, in order to prevent recidivism.
The Career Pathways Navigator supports youth at Hayward Community School to pursue their academic and career development goals. The Navigator works with youth provide connections to basic needs, educational, and career resources within the county, guidance on education and career skill-building, and help in navigating the systemic challenges FLY youth face within the education system.
Redwood City 2020 is seeking an experienced Child Care Solutions Consultant to catalyze the improvement of affordable child care solutions in Redwood City and North Fair Oaks. The Child Care Solutions Consultant will be a dynamic individual who works in close partnership with the Executive Director, Redwood City 2020 team, and many community-based partners to lead this critical effort. This position is an opportunity to impact the future of innovative, cross-sector programs that serve young people and their families in the Redwood City and North Fair Oaks community.
Redwood City 2020 is seeking a part-time program coordinator for its Family Engagement initiative. The Family Engagement Program Coordinator will lead and implement an innovative program in the community that uses family engagement as a powerful lever to accelerate young people’s academic success, alleviate generational poverty, and create equity for all. Program objectives include: transforming family engagement from participation-based to partnership-based and from deficit-oriented to strengths-oriented. They will work with parents/caregivers and professional staff from schools and community-based organizations to support building their capacity to collaborate as partners in study success. This program utilizes and spreads innovative practices in community mobilizing and family-to-family outreach.