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.
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 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.
The Residential Assistant is part of a team of professionals providing residential support for victims of domestic violence. The Residential Assistant ensures a safe and healthy living environment for clients, assists in shelter operations, and supports the immediate needs of families at CORA’s emergency shelter sites. The RA will provide support services to staff and clients at both shelter locations.
The Office Receptionist is an important role at CORA and is responsible for maintaining a welcoming and professional presence, providing security to the office by monitoring traffic flow through the lobby area. The Office Receptionist serves as a first point of contact for incoming visitors, directing clients to appropriate support staff, distributes information, and responds to client queries and complaints respectfully and with discretion. This is a fast-paced office, requiring focused multi-tasking and attention to detail.
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. This position provides growth opportunity in career development, professional development, and personal development.
We are currently looking for a friendly and organized professional to provide coordination and administrative support to the members of the PARCA leadership team. Coordinate a wide variety of organizational efforts pertaining to internal and external personnel including senior management, board members and committees, vendors, business partners, donors, and staff.
The Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County (LASSMC) seeks a dynamic and organized person who is passionate about immigrant rights to support the LIBRE program and help families and individuals to access public benefits. LIBRE (Linking Immigrants to Benefits, Resources, and Education) is a growing multi-agency collaboration that offers community outreach and education concerning eligibility for public benefits and immigration-related issues, application assistance, and legal services to access public benefits and immigration relief.
We are looking for a motivated and organized individual who is dedicated to advocating for a diverse, low-income client population. The right candidate is someone who can prioritize multiple demands and execute tasks efficiently in a fast-paced work environment, demonstrates excellent customer service skills, works well on a team in a collaborative environment, and is committed to social justice.
To conduct primary and secondary research; interpret, manage, and analyze housing and construction data to inform affordable housing investment decisions; to assist and support senior staff making investments in affordable housing developments; to assist in the administration of a first-time homebuyer loan program; to assist in the administrative work of the organization; other related work as required.