Please consider or forward the career opportunities below within your network.

 

  1. Alameda County EMS Corps Accepting Applications – an EMT Training opportunity for males 18 – 26 years old.
  2. BAVC and Zynga G:RL Game Maker Fellowship
  3. Stanford Haas Center for Public Serviceis seeking a Program Director
  4. The Dean Lab at CHORI is looking for a full-time (plus health benefits) Lab Technician
  5. The Exploratorium Teacher Institute is hiring a science educator/education researcher
  6. UC Berkeley Career Center is hiring an Assistant Director, Employer Relations.
  7. RTTC is training for Medical Assistant/Administrative Assistants, Field Service Security &Alarms Technicians and Biotechnology Technicians

 

  1. Alameda County EMS Corps Accepting Applications

The Emergency Medical Services Corps (EMS Corps) is currently accepting applications for the fall 2016 class.  The purpose of the program is to increase the number of underrepresented emergency medical technicians through youth development and job training. EMS Corps is a 5 month paid (stipend) program for young men between the ages of 18 to 26. EMS Corps students will be trained and educated through daily classes, tutoring, Life Coaching, mentorship support, physical fitness, and will also participate in professional and career development workshops.

If you know of any young men between the ages of 18-26 who may be interested in participating in our program, please have them fill out the application.

Please click on the following link to access the EMS Corps Application.

https://healthpipeline.wufoo.com/forms/z6zkiis1p7nqtb/

If you have any questions please feel free to contact Lucretia at Lucretia.Bobo@acgov.org or at (510) 667-7413.

 

 

  1. BAVC and Zynga G:RL Game Maker Fellowship

Monday, July 11th – Friday, July 15th, 2016

free game-making fellowship program for girls* 14-18 to explore concepts in game development and design their own video games as they explore future careers as game makers. Participants learn basic design and code, storytelling concepts and character development, produce a portfolio, attend industry field trips and present their final work at Zynga. Only 15 spots available and daily lunch provided. Travel stipends provided on a need-basis.

*BAVC is committed to inclusive and anti-discrimination practices in relation to all women, including transgender women, intersex women, and gender expansive participants, and aims to ensure that all participants’ identities are respected and protected.

Deadline is June 20th, 2016.

APPLY AT WWW.BAVC.ORG /youth-programs/summer-programs

 

  1. Stanford Haas Center for Public Serviceis seeking a Program Director

Stanford’s Haas Center for Public Service is introducing a High School enrichment and mentorship program, and is seeking a Program Director to launch the new program in the fall of 2016. This position will have the primary responsibility of implementing program structure for 9th and 10th graders, which will likely run weekly during the school year and include a summer program. The full job description is attached, and can also be found at https://haas.stanford.edu/about/people/join-our-team

  1. The Dean Lab at CHORI is looking for a full-time (plus health benefits) Lab Technician

The Dean Lab at CHORI is looking for a full-time (plus health benefits) Lab Technician to manage the lab and supporting research projects focused on the pathenogenisis of Chlamydial diseases using molecular and cell biology along with bioinformatics.

 

You will be working alongside a dynamic and supportive team. Job duties include, but are not limited to:

 

– Ordering supplies and keeping the lab well stocked. – Shipping biohazardous material domestically and internationally. – Making sure the lab is orderly and that equipment is working properly. – Maintaining lab safety and compliance with regulations.

 

– Collaborating with the PI and other post docs on research projects, which include: o Study of tetracycline resistance potential in human and animal Chlamydia strains o Whole genome sequencing o Culture of various isolates

 

This is an excellent position for those looking for a 1- 2 year job commitment prior to attending professional or graduate school. There are numerous opportunities for career growth, workplace, education, and advancement at the CHORI location. Job training will be provided by the current lab technician.

 

REQUIREMENTS: A BA/BS in science is preferred. Lab experience, as it relates to molecular and cell biology, immunology, is an important plus. Must have computer knowledge of database software (i.e. BLAST) and Excel. Working knowledge of Prism is also desirable. We are looking for a hard worker with a genuine interest in science and a willingness to learn. HOW TO APPLY:

 

Please send a résumé attached with a brief description (1 paragraph) about yourself toserenak028@gmail.com by June 30, 2016. Once everyone’s résumés are in, they will be forwarded to Dr. Dean, and she will contact you directly about the status of your application. ***If you have any questions, please contact Serena Ke (a previous Dean lab volunteer) via the email provided above.

 

  1. The Exploratorium Teacher Institute is hiring a science educator/education researcher

The Science Educator/Education Researcher position is designed for a researcher and practitioner interested in working in an informal education setting to research and provide teacher professional development. This position is engaged as core staff of TI, involved in all aspects of planning, thinking, and implementation of TI programs. Specific responsibilities include organizing and leading Saturday workshops, summer institutes, and online programs. The Science Educator/Education Researcher will also conduct research to better understand and document the key dimensions of TI¹s professional development programs. The products of this research are expected to include peer-reviewed publications as well as constructive input for TI staff to improve program design and delivery. The position requires a proactive, highly organized person with excellent science teaching, research, and writing skills. The Science Educator/Education Researcher is embedded in the TI team of PhD scientists and veteran teachers and reports to the Director of the Teacher Institute. This position may be placed as a senior-level (Teacher III) position, depending on experience. For more info: http://www.exploratorium.edu/about/jobs/science-educatoreducation-researcher-or-senior-science-educatoreducation-researcher-doe

 

  1. UC Berkeley Career Center is hiring an Assistant Director, Employer Relations. 

The job is posted on jobs.berkeley.edu  (search for Job #21720, CAREER SERVICES SPECIALIST 4). This is a leadership position for an independent contributor with no supervision duties. Prefer minimum of 3 to 5 years experience in career services with employer relations experience, or someone who has extensive experience on the recruiting side. First review of resumes is June 16 and the deadline to apply is June 22.

 

  1. RTTC is training for Medical Assistant/Administrative Assistant, Field Service Security &Alarms Technician and Biotechnology Technicians

The Regional Training Center is a Non- Profit Workforce Development Agency that prepares clients with the necessary skills to gain employment. We work in collaboration with the Peralta Community College District, Bay Area Business Roundtable as well as Alameda County Health Pipeline Partnership to provide our clients with essential training and resources to be successful.

 

The Medical Assistant/Administrative, Field Service Security & Alarms Technicians and Biotechnology programs is designed to provide students with the knowledge and competency in the Medical Assisting, Field Service Security & Alarms Technicians and Biotechnology field and gain Entry Level Employment once training is complete. Upon completion you will receive college credits and a California State Approved Certificate. The August Session for the Medical Assistant, Field Service Security & Alarms Technicians, Biotechnology Technicians Program last about  3-4 month beginning August and ending in December. In addition to completion of the program we work with you to seek employment with one of our industry collaborators. Training will take place at both RTTC and the Merritt College campus for the clients interested in the Medical Assistant Program. The Field Service Security & Alarms Technicians and Biotechnology Technicians will take place at both RTTC and Laney College.

 

Funding for the program is at a no cost to our clients; however our clients are required to fulfill all necessary documents to get funding from our sponsors and grants available. I have attached the program checklist of the required documents we will need to begin enrollment. We would like for you to bring all documents to the orientation with you. If you do not have all documents available at the scheduled time of your appointment, please note you will have to bring them at a later time. Please expect to be here for 1 ½ – 2 hours. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.

 

Please note: Please call the RTTC office.  If you Do Not Bring all the Required Documents listed below to the Schedule Orientation your Application for RTTC’S Program will be Denied.  If you Do not Attend This Mandatory Orientation your Application for RTTC’S Program will be Denied

 

Mandatory orientation Held at RTTC Location: 8517 Earhart Road, Oakland, Ca 94621 

For more information, contact: Markeshia Andrews P: (510) 568-6302 or via email atrttcadmin@rttc.us

 

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