Feb/29/2016 4505 Meats’ Feed the Pig Fundraiser to Benefit Mo’MAGIC

Posted by lgannon • February 29th, 2016

Join 4505 Meats in supporting Mo’MAGIC during the months of January and February.
The last Monday of the month, February 29, 2016 –   5% of the daily total will be donated to benefit Mo’MAGIC. Donations may be made at their cash registers all month long.
Please come out and show your support for Mo’MAGIC!
To learn more about 4505 Meats, click here.
Feel free to print and distribute flyer:   Feed the Pig – February

Feb/29/2016 CCSF College Internships- Planning Intern & Audit Intern – Summer 2016

Posted by lgannon • February 29th, 2016

CCSF College Internships- Planning Intern (interesting projects) & Audit Intern:

9910 City Planning Intern – 2016 Summer InternshipsTEX-9910-066750 City Planning $24.69 Per Hour Friday,
March 18, 2016 5:00 PM
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MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Requires completion of three years (equivalent to 90 semester units or 120 quarter units) of education from an accredited college or university leading to a Bachelor’s Degree in Planning, Architecture, Urban Studies, or a related field.

 

 

Internship Description

 

The San Francisco Planning Department is currently looking for a number of bright and enthusiastic interns to work with staff on a variety of planning projects this summer (June 6 thru Aug. 26). This will be a rewarding and valuable experience for those interested in the planning field and desire introductory work experience or college credit. Interns will conduct research, collect and analyze data, and prepare draft documents for planning work related to urban design, historic preservation, archeology, housing, and sustainable development.

 

The following internships are available:

 

PROJECTS:

 

  1. Marketing the City’s ADU (Accessory Dwelling Unit) Program Intern

 

  1. Tenderloin Community Development Study Intern

 

  1. Black SF Needs Assessment Intern

 

  1. Measuring Urban Sustainability & Performance Intern

 

  1. Market Street Prototyping Festival Intern
  2. Places for People Program Intern

 

  1. SF Resiliency Program Intern

 

  1. The San Francisco Downtown Plan at 30 –Lessons Learned Intern

 

  1. Long Range Planning Information System Development Intern

 

  1. Civic Center Public Realm Plan Intern
  2. Housing Researcher, San Francisco’s Existing Housing Stock Intern

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  1. San Francisco Planning Commission Centennial Project Intern

 

  1. Mary Brown Memorial Internship: Rousseaus’ Boulevard Tract Landmark District Designation Intern

 

  1. Diamond Heights Historic Context Statement Intern

 

  1. Excelsior District Historic Context Statement Intern

 

  1. Underrepresented Communities Project Intern
  2. CEQA Impacts to Historic Districts Intern

 

  1. Mission Murals Inventory Intern

 

19.Green House Gas Intern

 

  1. Survey of Wind Studies and CEQA and Regulatory Outcomes Intern

 

  1. Level of Service (LOS) Reform Intern

 

  1. San Francisco Transportation Information Map (TIM) Intern

 

 

920 Public Service Aide-Audit Intern TEX-9920-067224 Controller $18.64 – $18.64/hour Continuous S

Minimum Qualifications:
Having no more than one year of studies remaining in an accredited bachelor’s or master’s degree program at an accredited college or university in business, public administration, public policy, accounting, finance, economics, statistics, the social sciences, English, information systems, or a related field.

No previous audit experience is necessary for this classification. Candidates must be willing to learn auditing principles and practices and receive on-the-job training to acquire the ability to apply professional standards and develop auditing skills.

 

The 9920 Public Service Aide – Assistant to Professionals Audit Intern Program was established to ensure excellent performance in the City and County of San Francisco’s auditor series. The Audit Intern Program introduces incumbents to career opportunities in the auditing field by allowing them to learn about the auditing work environment and to interact with experienced mentors in the Office of the Controller’s City Services Auditor Division, Audits Unit (CSA Audits).

 

To see additional City and County of San Francisco positions, click here.

Feb/29/2016 Interested in working as a Front Desk Clerk in a Residential Hotel? – Community Housing Partnership (CHP)

Posted by lgannon • February 29th, 2016

Community Housing Partnership offers training, transitional employment, and permanent jobs

  •   Are interested in a job with a career path in property management or hospitality
  •   Have a flexible work schedule including nights and weekends
  •   Like working with people and delivering great customer service
  •   Are stably housed
  •   Are formerly homeless or atrisk of homelessness

    Employment Pathway

 If you have a Case Manager or Career Advisor, ask them to complete a referral form for you and email it to referrals@chp-sf.org

 If you don’t have a Case Manager or Career Advisor, visit a City Access Point and ask for a referral. Locations at 1500 Mission St and 1449 Webster St

Orientations are held every 2 weeks by invitation.

The CHP Employment Pathway includes the opportunity for:

  • 3 weeks of hard skill, soft skill, and job readiness training to be a desk clerk
  • An interview for the position of on-call desk clerk with Solutions SF (SSF) for15 months of paid, transitional employment
  • Permanent job placement assistance after 6 months of SSF employment
  • Retention services for 1 year after external job placement

Feel free to print:  3 CHP Prescreen Application (Updated 12.22.15)

Desk Clerk _ Job Description_Sept 2015

EmploymentPathwayFlyer

To learn more about CHP, see their website here.

Feb/29/2016 LINC Summer High School Youth Internship Program – Summer 2016 – Apply by March 20, 2016

Posted by lgannon • February 29th, 2016

Do you enjoy being outside? Are you looking for an adventure and willing to try new things?

Linking Individuals to their Natural Community (LINC) is a summer internship program for high school students based in the Golden Gate National Parks. During this six week long program, students assist with service projects, gain career and leadership skills, and take field trips to special park sites such as Alcatraz and Muir Woods. Projects and activities vary by week and include trail work, plant propagation, and habitat restoration. In addition, students will get the opportunity to learn more about ecology and science. The 2016 summer will begin with a 3-day backpacking trip at Point Reyes National Seashore, during which participants will learn everything they need to know to be comfortable and feel strong in the outdoors.

The 2016 Program will be a special ‘Centennial Edition’ of LINC to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the National Parks.

In honor of the Centennial, the program will conclude with a special adventure during which participants from both teams will join other local youth in a 4 day, 3 night hiking journey across the Golden Gate parklands. Upon completion all students will receive an award of $1,000. Participants must be able to commit to the entire six week period without schedule conflicts.

APPLYING

Two Opportunities to Get Involved

LINC: TAM June 14th – July 24th (Tuesday – Friday 9-5 p.m.)
(Meets at the Marin Municipal Water District Headquarters in Corte Madera each morning)

LINC: Golden Gate June 14th – July 24th (Tuesday – Friday 9-5 p.m.)
(Meets at Fort Mason in San Francisco each morning)

Questions and Information

What are the details of the Centennial Backpacking Adventure (Packing the Parks)?

In honor of the National Park Service Centennial, 100 backpackers, more than half of them youth participants, will journey through these parklands, exploring the sites and stories along the way. The trip will be comprised of two teams, one in the north and the other in the south, who will spend three days and four nights following the trails though these stunning parklands. The participants will be supported by a range of park partners and youth advocates who will join them on various legs of this adventure. On the final day of this 4-day trip, the two teams will converge on Crissy Field for a public celebration.

  • This backpack trip will take place from July 21st – July 24th 2016
  • Youth from the East Bay National Parks (Rosie the Riveter, Eugene O’Neill, John Muir and Port Chicago) will join the journey.
  • Breakfasts and dinners will be prepared for the backpackers, who will only carry lunches and layers with them each day.
  • Participants will hike an average of 8 miles per day.

Is this program the right fit for me?
Do you enjoy being outside? Are you looking for an adventure and willing to try new things? The LINC summer high school program is ideal for students who are open to new experiences, eager to learn new skills, and enjoy working outside. No previous experience is necessary—just an ample supply of enthusiasm.

How old do I have to be to participate?
All applicants must be currently enrolled in high school. Current high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors are all welcome to apply to the program.

How will the program be organized?
The LINC program consists of two teams, one in the north and one in the south. Each session will consist of a team of 17-18 students who will meet daily at our park offices. Students will work 8 hour days, 4 days per week for a total of 6 weeks.

What kinds of service projects are involved?
LINC interns provide a wide variety of service for the parklands and local open space. Past projects have included maintaining trails, growing plants at our native plant nurseries, creating habitat for endangered species, restoring historic sailing ships, and building fences to protect sensitive park sites. These service projects vary each year depending on park priorities and project availability.

What kinds of field trips and workshops are provided?
Field trips and workshops vary can from year to year depending on scheduling opportunities. Students in years past have gone on ropes courses and taken behind-the-scenes tours at Alcatraz. Through workshops, LINC participants will get the chance to develop personal resumes, learn medicinal uses of California native plants, and more!

Am I required to go backpacking?
Yes, backpacking is a key activity for the program this year. The 2016 LINC program kicks off with a 3-day backpacking trip to Point Reyes National Seashore. The program ends with the special Centennial Adventure (see above) during which the program participants will backpack across the lands of Golden Gate National Recreation Area.

Does the program cost anything?
The LINC program does not cost anything. Youth who complete the LINC program will receive an educational award of $1000. All gear and meals will be provided for the overnight backpacking trips. Limited funding is available to offset commute expenses for those who qualify.

How do I apply?
Complete the application at this link by March 20th at 11:59 p.m. Qualified applicants will be asked to come in for a short interview in April. Make sure and list an email and /or phone number where we can easily reach you for scheduling.

What is the best way to prepare for the interview?

Read this FAQ for tips on how to prepare for the interview.

For more information, please contact the LINC Program Coordinator at LINC@parksconservancy.org.

Feb/29/2016 Youth Jobs+ Resource Fair – Register! – Event March 26, 2016

Posted by lgannon • February 29th, 2016

Join us at the Youth Jobs+ Resource Fair to jump-start your job search.

If you’re a San Francisco youth aged 16-24, you can visit YouthJobsPlusFair.eventbrite.com to sign up for our upcoming Youth Jobs+ Resource Fair on Saturday, March 26, 2016. We can help get you more job-ready, practice interviewing and review your resume, and you could interview with top employers like Starbucks, Target, Levi’s and more!

WHAT:

+ Job interviews + Mock interviews + Resume editing + Job search help

WHEN & WHERE:

+ Saturday, March 26, 2016 10am – 3pm

+ Mission Bay Conference Center at UCSF

1675 Owens Street, Suite 251 San Francisco, CA 94143

HOW:

+ RSVP for the event YouthJobsPlusFair.eventbrite.com

Dress to impress for the event—and don’t forget your resume! Questions? Email matchbridge@uwba.org.

Mission Bay Conference Center at UCSF is wheelchair accessible. Assistive listening devices will be available at the event. To request any other reasonable accommodations, please contact info@kennedyevents.com at least 72 hours in advance to help ensure availability.

Feel free to print and distribute flyer:  Youth-ResourceFair-Flyer-ENG

Feb/29/2016 6318 Contruction Inspector and 6319 Senior Construction Inspector

Posted by cwilliams • February 29th, 2016

The Class Based Testing citywide exam announcement for class 6318 Construction Inspector and 6319 Senior Construction Inspector is now open with a filing deadline of Thursday, March 10, 2016, 5:00PM

 

Please find the link to access the announcement and application procedure with verification requirements at:

 

6318:  http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=CBT&R2=6318&R3=901138

 

6319:  http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=CBT&R2=6319&R3=901139

 

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

 

Thank you for assisting us in our recruitment efforts.

Feb/29/2016 1822 Administrative Analyst and 1824 Principal Administrative Analyst

Posted by cwilliams • February 29th, 2016

The General Services Agency, Risk Management is currently accepting applications for a temporary exempt class 1822 Administrative Analyst and permanent exempt class 1824 Principal Administrative Analyst.

 

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

 

1822:  http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=TEX&R2=1822&R3=067094filing deadline Thursday, March 10, 20165:00pm

 

 

1824:  http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=PEX&R2=1824&R3=064652filing deadline Friday, March 11, 20165:00pm

 

 

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

 

Thank you for assisting us in our recruitment offers.

 

 

General Services Agency

Human Resources

Feb/29/2016 3417 Gardener (CBT-3417-901101)

Posted by cwilliams • February 29th, 2016

The Class Based Testing exam for class 3417 Gardener for All Departments except Park and Recreation is posted starting today February 29, 2016 and will close on March 4, 20165:00pm.

 

The announcement can be found at the following location:

http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=CBT&R2=3417&R3=901101

 

 

 

General Services Agency

Human Resources

Feb/27/2016 Calling All African American Students From the SFUSD Class of 2015!

Posted by lgannon • February 27th, 2016

 

Calling All African American Students
From the SFUSD Class of 2015!
Join us as we celebrate San Francisco Unified School District African American students from the class of 2015. Enjoy music, food, and a chance to reconnect with Afircan American Alumni from the class of 2015. 
Gifts and prizes for the first 20 attendees. Learn about scholarships, internships, job opportunities, and reconnect with former classmates.
WHEN: Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 12:00pm to 3:00pm
WHERE: City College of San Francisco (50 Phelan Avenue, Ram’s Plaza, San Francisco)
Click Here to Visit the Facebook Event
Click Here to Register on Eventbrite
For more information, contact Kimiah Tucker:
(415) 567-0400
kimiah@sfmagiczone.org

Feb/26/2016 2016 Generations Black LGBTQQI Event

Posted by lgannon • February 26th, 2016

A Free Community Event Celebrating the Lives of Black LGBTIQQ People

NEW VENUE! NEW VENUE!! NEW VENUE!!!

SOMArts Cultural Center
934 Brannan St, San Francisco, CA
Friday, Feb. 26, 6pm-9pm

Raffle Prizes!
Entertainment!
Art Gallery!
Food!
Music!
Free HIV/STD Testing!

Download a copy of the poster here:
https://translifezine.files.wordpress.com/2016/01/generations-poster-tree-and-bird-2-2016.jpg