The KCSM Underwriting Representative performs professional work involved with comprehensive planning, developing, researching, and implementation of a variety of broadcast station fundraising activities. Under direction, the employee is involved in research, event planning, soliciting underwriting grants, and the cultivation of new foundation and major donors. Public contact is extensive and includes station, College and District staff, corporate and community representatives, media personnel, vendors and contractors. A high degree of independent judgment and creativity are required to develop and implement strategic plans and activities with effective short- and long-range goals and measurable outcomes. Consequences of errors in judgment can be serious and costly in public relations, employee time, and money. A KCSM Underwriting Representative can lead the work of clerical and other staff, student assistants, and volunteers as assigned.
The Community Resource Navigator provides day-to-day direct support services to residents of Pescadero, La Honda, Loma Mar, and San Gregorio. The Community Resource Navigator will be a primary point of contact for individuals and families who are eligible to receive services, including emergency food and housing assistance, health insurance and CalFresh enrollments, translations, phone calls, assistance with obtaining transportation; assistance with tax and immigration services, and referrals to other resources. The Community Resource Navigator is responsible for establishing and maintaining contact with a large number of community members, and for case management of families enrolled in numerous Puente economic security, behavioral health and health programs. The Community Resource Navigator makes appointments, keeps records and assists with the assessment of community needs.
As a valued member of our team, the Activity Leader works to provide recreational, social, educational activities in a busy, lively, positive environment in a state-of-the-art day center for impaired older adults. Activities may include leading movement exercises, arts & crafts, sensory stimulation, gardening, games, and many different avenues for musical expression. Creativity, sense of humor, enthusiasm and patience are required, as is sensitivity to the needs of older adults with challenges.
The CalFresh Eligibility Coordinator is responsible for determining eligibility and enrolling SSI beneficiaries into the CALFresh (formally SNAP) benefits program. In addition, the coordinator will provide other benefits assistance to clients as instructed, as well as assistance to the Independent Living Generalist department as directed.
Under the direction of the Program Manager, the Independent Living Generalist is responsible for providing an array of services in group and individual settings, including peer counseling, information and referral, and advocacy. These activities to be carried out in service areas of housing, benefits, work incentives, health care, etc. The Independent Living Generalist is responsible for establishing relationships with community organizations that provide services for persons with disabilities.
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.
The Food Service Coordinator works with volunteers to serve hot breakfast and lunch to clients at the Opportunity Services Center. The Coordinator does light cooking, food pick up from partners, and manages volunteers. This position will cross train with food service operations and will assist with other food service functions as needed.
The Program Supervisor is the integral lead of a growing department of the Daly City Partnership (DCP), known as the Healthy Aging Response Team or “HART”, with offices located at the Doelger Senior Center in Daly City. Under general direction and reporting to the Executive Director of DCP and the Program Monitor for San Mateo County Aging and Adult Services, the Program Supervisor performs responsible professional work at a management level by planning, organizing, scheduling, training, implementing, supervising, and evaluating staff & volunteers and activities for the Healthy Aging Response Team. The ideal candidate must have a passion for assisting seniors over 50 and the disabled.
The Bay Area Regional Health Inequities Initiative (BARHII) is seeking a State Policy Manager and Community Organizer to lead the design and implementation of BARHII and Rise Together’s state policy efforts. BARHII, the coalition of the Bay Area's public health departments, and Rise Together, the coalition to end poverty in the Bay Area, are joining forces to create health equity and eliminate poverty. Together, we will address the same social inequities that create extreme poverty and unjust health disparities. This position will convene partners to design strategies, advance policies, and support partnerships between health departments and community to ensure policy solutions advance health equity.
Homework Central (HWC) seeks a Site Assistant.
Springboard invites talented and passionate candidates to apply for the position of Operations Coordinator. The Operations Coordinator reports directly to a Program Director and works with the Operations Team. The Operations Coordinator will support program operations through a diverse range of responsibilities that include inventory management and distribution, national and regional coordination, and administrative tasks that support programs, partnerships, and fundraising.
Are you looking for an opportunity to support your community and engage with local nonprofits? CEN is searching for a detail-oriented and customer-focused individual to join the team as CEN’s first program and communications manager. This position will take on a pivotal role in CEN’s growth by helping to support critical areas of our business. Experience a rewarding and professional working environment committed to recognizing the value of staff's growth, ideas, and talents. Staff also enjoy access to our training and professional development programs at no cost.
Under the direction of the Director of District Improvement and Support, the District Improvement Coordinator will support the planning, organization, coordination and implementation of the SMCOE Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) yearly planning and approval process. They will provide consultation and support for goals and actions for Students with Disabilities, and provide differentiated assistance to districts related to the development and analysis of actions and services designed by school districts to improve outcomes for students in the LCAP. They will use improvement science principles and practices to develop and monitor the implementation of school districts’ goals and actions as well as collaborate with SMCOE team members across divisions.