Feb/28/2014 1054 IS Business Analyst – Principal (PBT-1054-060363

Posted by cwilliams • February 28th, 2014

The Department of Administrative Services, 311 Customer Service Center is currently accepting applications for the 1054 IS Business Analyst-Principal with an opening date of 2/26/2014 – 9:00:00 AM and a filing deadline of 3/11/2014 – 5:00:00PM.

 

Please find the link to access the announcement and application procedure at:  http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/BulPreview.asp?R1=PBT&R2=1054&R3=060363

 

We appreciate and thank you for your assistance in our recruitment efforts.

 

 

 

 

Thank you,

City & County of San Francisco

General Services Agency / HR

Feb/28/2014 Summer Youth Employment Opportunities & Resources

Posted by cwilliams • February 28th, 2014

Hello Everyone,

Attached is a document outlining some upcoming employment opportunities. Please circulate among your network. I will continue to send more listings out as they come in.
I hope you’re well.

SF Youth Employment Resources

Feb/27/2014 Please Save the Date: AAACC and KQED Special Black History Month Celebration

Posted by cwilliams • February 27th, 2014

Good Afternoon,

Please save the date for a very special Black History Month Celebration and please send to your networks.

 

Join the African American Art and Culture Complex and KQED in celebrating Black History Month where we will be honoring local heroes who are doing exceptional work in the community. Along with celebrating the local heroes we will be showing a free screening of A Lovely Day.

 

We encourage you to RSVP on EventBrite:

http://kqedbhmcelebration.eventbrite.com

 

In addition, attached to this email is a flier for this event for more information and to publicize.

BHM_Flyer_V4

Thank you!

Feb/27/2014 USF McCarthy Center- Master of Public Affairs and Urban Affairs graduate programs

Posted by cwilliams • February 27th, 2014

Dear community partner,

We are sharing our new digital brochures of our Master of Public Affairs and Master of Urban Affairs graduate programs we offer at the McCarthy Center here at USF. Please share with your network, and if you have any questions about these graduate degree programs,  feel free to contact Angela Fleekop (Administrative Director of both programs) at amfleekop@usfca.edu.

Master of Urban Affairs: http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/a587d46f

Thank you!

Feb/24/2014 5362 – Engineering Assistant (TEX-5362-062768)

Posted by cwilliams • February 24th, 2014

Please post and forward to all employees and prospective applicants.

 

The Department of Public Works is currently accepting temporary exempt  applications for class 5362 Engineering Assistant, with a filing deadline of March 7, 2014 at 11:59 PM.

 

Please find the link to access the announcement and application procedure:

http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/BulPreview.asp?R1=TEX&R2=5362&R3=062768

 

Applicants are encouraged to carefully read and follow all instructions on the announcement.

 

Thank you for assisting us in our recruitment efforts.

 

 

 

General Services Agency

Human Resources

Feb/21/2014 Port of SF – Celebrates Black History Month

Posted by cwilliams • February 21st, 2014

In celebration of Black History Month, the exhibition of the African-American Freedom Trail opens at the Port of San Francisco headquarters at Pier 1 (The Embarcadero at Washington Street) on Monday, February 3, 2014.  Sponsored by San Francisco Travel, Holiday Inn-Civic Center, Fairmont Hotels, ParkSFO, HCA & Associates, Café Golo and Sheba Lounge, the four panels will hang in the front lobby area of the Port offices during February 2014 (Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) to support the seven-week community learning series Come to the Water: Teaching San Francisco Black History. A companion brochure is available at the Port of San Francisco and the Visitor Information Center of San Francisco Travel.

 

On Friday, Feb. 21, 2014 at 10 a.m. in the Port’s Bayside Room at Pier 1, the Black Maritime Heritage Festival will present the maritime history of African-Americans in the Bay Area with representatives from various agencies describing potential water-related careers for school children.   The festival ends with a march to the new statue of Capt. William Alexander Leidesdorff erected by Clinton Reilly Holdings at Leidesdorff and Pine Streets in the financial district.

 

Curated by Oxford University Press historian John William Templeton, the panels show the global impact of local pioneers towards freedom and justice as well as interesting personalities in the fields of religion, literature, politics and business.  Templeton presents the Come to the Water course on Saturdays Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22, March 1, 5 at the Visitor Center of the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park at Hyde and Jefferson Streets.  For more information, contact John Templeton at johnwtempleton@yahoo.com.

Feb/21/2014 9922 – Public Service Aide – Associate To Professionals (TEX-9922-900196)

Posted by cwilliams • February 21st, 2014

Please post and forward to all employees and prospective applicants.

 

The Department of Public Works is currently accepting temporary exempt applications for class 9922 Public Service Aide – Associate to Professionals, with a filing deadline of February 27, 2014 at 11:59 PM.

 

Please find the link to access the announcement and application procedure:

http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/BulPreview.asp?R1=TEX&R2=9922&R3=900196

 

Applicants are encouraged to carefully read and follow all instructions on the announcement.

 

Thank you for assisting us in our recruitment efforts.

 

 

 

General Services Agency

Human Resources

 

Feb/19/2014 Western Addition Beacon February Update

Posted by cwilliams • February 19th, 2014

Hello All!

 

Please join us….

 

 

Cooking Class – Wed February 12th at 3pm in Room 316

Conversational English Group – Fri February 14th and 28th at 9am in Room 316

Black History Jeopardy Event – Wed February 19th at 4pm in the Auditorium

 

FREE PROGRAMS AT THE BUCHANAN YMCA (1530 Buchanan Street)

ZUMBA – Mondays and Wednesdays at 6pm

Saturday Sports – Saturdays 1pm to 3pm for youth Kindergarten to 8th grade. January through March is Basketball.

 

Should you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

 

Saturday Sports Flyer (1)

PCI – Cooking Class 2013-14_FINAL FLYER

LTSS – Conversational Eng Group_FINAL FLYER

Black History Event community Flyer

Thanks!!!

Feb/19/2014 Subsidized Housing-Applications being accepted from February 19, 2014 to March 5, 2014

Posted by cwilliams • February 19th, 2014

FYI ONLY. I received this from a colleague J

 

1180 4th Street
San Francisco, CA 94158

Property Type: Multifamily
Units: 124

 

Applications will be available on February 19th until March 5th.

 

Temporary Leasing Office:
Mission Creek Senior Housing
225 Berry Street
San Francisco, CA 94158
Office Hours:
Mon – Fri 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

(415) 896-2025

1-866-338-0557

 

 

1180 4th Street

Mercy Housing California

OPENING SPRING 2014

Mercy Housing California began construction in August 2012 on this affordable family residential and commercial development at 1180 – 4th Street in the Mission Bay South Redevelopment Project Area.  Construction completion is scheduled for June 2014 with families taking residence in their new homes next summer.  The project – 150 residential units for very low and low income families including 25 units for formerly homeless households – straddles San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood and the new Mission Bay area, home to a new campus and medical center for the University of California, San Francisco.  The irregularly shaped 1.49 acre parcel is bordered by Channel on the northwest, Fourth Street on the east, and future Longbridge Street on the southeast. The housing will include:

  • 41 one-bedroom apartments
  • 46 two-bedroom apartments
  • 52 three-bedroom apartments
  • 1 one-bedroom townhouse
  • 8 two-bedroom townhouses
  • 2 three-bedroom townhouses
  • residential common areas
  • 2 designated family day care units and several open spaces

A large community room will serve the residents of 1180 – 4th Street and will also be open during weekdays for the after school program for grade school children living at the building.  Priority of the space will be given to the residents of the building and local community groups.  A restaurant will anchor the corner of 4th and Channel Streets and the remaining 5-7 commercial spaces will be marketed to neighborhood-serving commercial tenants and will extend down the 4th Street commercial corridor wrapping around Longbridge Street.  Total residential square footage is 217,620 square feet; total commercial square footage is 11,000 square feet; and the total project cost is $75,277,964.

 

Primarily goals and objectives for the project are to create longevity and quality in the building materials, design and general composition which will foster a healthy environment for the families residing there. To reach this goal MHC employs specific green strategies that will also enable us to qualify for a Gold rating in the LEED for Homes Mid-Rise program. The following are area specific strategies that we will employ to maximize our green building footprint and create a healthy building:

 

  • Energy efficiency:  Energy Star washers, dishwashers and refrigerators
  • Energy Star Advanced Lighting package
  • Water conservation: recycled gray water/rain water irrigation system
  • Improved indoor air quality: no or low VOC products
  • Use of environmentally friendly building material (recycled content materials)
  • Construction waste recycling/minimization which diverts at least 25% of construction waste from landfills and recycles at least 75% of construction and material waste.

Feb/18/2014 Fruitvale Station screening and disussion at USF

Posted by cwilliams • February 18th, 2014

Fruitvale Station 
Screening and Panel Discussion
University of San Francisco
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
 5:00 p.m.
McLaren Complex
Free and open to the public.