May/24/2017 SF Parks and Learn – Presidio Trust Internship Available

Posted by lgannon • May 24th, 2017

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY
Presidio of San Francisco, Full-time, 12 months, Housing + Stipend

Title: Volunteer Engagement Intern Department: Internships & Volunteer Engagement Mentor: Kai Forsley, Volunteer Engagement Specialist

Are you passionate about parks, interacting with people, and working with databases?

Join the Presidio Trust’s Volunteer Engagement team and help support our growing community of park volunteers! We are looking for an Intern who is excited to learn the ins-and-outs of operating a large-scale park volunteer program, including supporting efforts to track volunteer statistics and impact using a volunteer data management system.

POSITION OVERVIEW

This internship supports the Presidio Trust’s effort to engage thousands of volunteers each year in a variety of opportunities to support the Presidio. Working as part of a team, the intern will assist with all aspects of volunteer coordination. The Intern will gain valuable experience in volunteer program management, event coordination, and data management.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  •   Support the behind the scenes management of a variety of individual and group volunteer opportunities focused park stewardship and visitor services.
  •   Assist with tracking volunteer statistics and accomplishments using a Salesforce platform volunteer data management system
  •   Work with field staff to implement volunteer stewardship projects for youth and adult audiences, including supporting weekly volunteer programs, group service projects, and large-scale volunteer events including National Trails Day, Coastal Cleanup Day, and MLK Day of Service
  •   Help with volunteer outreach and recruitment
  •   Assist with orientation and training for new volunteers and interns
  •   Assist with volunteer enrichment and recognition activities and events, including assisting with allaspects of event management including food preparation and setup/cleanup.
  •   Assist with monitoring volunteer and internship program supplies and keeping supply areas organized
  •   Provide general administrative support and participate in Presidio Trust public events
  •   Act as event photographer at various events as well as ensure Volunteer Program photographic archive is up to date and catalogued properly.DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
  •   Commitment to volunteerism and community service
  •   Previous experience as a volunteer or working with volunteers desired
  •   Enjoys working with data and has experience working with databases, including Microsoft Excelspreadsheets and cloud-based data tracking systems such as Salesforce
  •   Detail-oriented and organized
  •   Strong interpersonal skills
  •   Enjoy working with a diverse community of people of all ages
  •   Positive attitude and ability to work with a professional demeanor as part of a team
  •   Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
  •   Computer experience in Microsoft Office
  •   Experience with photography desired
  •   Comfortable working both outdoors and indoors
  •   Must be a US Citizen and at least 21 years old
  •   Must possess a valid State driver’s licenseWORK ENVIRONMENT AND PHYSICAL CONDITIONS
  •   The position requires periods of standing, walking, climbing, and lifting and carrying heavy objects
  •   Work is performed both indoors and outdoors with weather conditions ranging from hot, dry and dusty to foggy, cold and rainy. Work is performed around heavy equipment. There may be exposure to poison oak.
  •   Indoor work is performed in a typical office setting
  •   The position requires working both independently and as a team and involves working with a variety of Trust department staff and volunteers
  •   The intern will be required to drive and be a passenger in a motor vehicle. Selected candidates will be required to provide a photocopy of their current valid State driver’s license.WHY APPLY
  •   Gain professional development in a team setting
  •   Learn valuable skills in volunteer coordination, data management, and community engagement
  •   Develop leadership and public speaking skills
  •   Great opportunity to live in a national park and work with staff and volunteers from diverse backgrounds who share a common interest in engaging the public and preserving the natural and cultural history of the PresidioTERMS

    The position is considered volunteer and is part of the Presidio Trust’s Volunteer Program. Successful applicants are required to sign the Presidio Trust’s Volunteer Agreement.

    Application Deadline: Open until filled
    Start Date: As early as July 2017
    Length of Position: 12 months
    Schedule: 40 hours per week, Tuesday – Saturday schedule. Some evenings and occasional Sundays and holidays.

    Stipend: $300 every two weeks
    Transportation Benefit: $50 monthly parking permits for car owners or $50/month for non-car owners Housing: Interns are provided a single occupancy (one person) room in dormitory-style housing in the Presidio with basic accommodations including a furnished private room, shared kitchen, and common areas. Interns must sign a housing contract, abide by the residential rules and contribute to the maintenance of the household. Interns must reside in the housing provided to be eligible for the internship. We cannot accept non-residential interns.

    TO APPLY

    Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume and contact information (including full name, title, phone number and email address) for at least two references by email to Kai Forsley at interns@presidiotrust.gov. PDF format is preferred but Microsoft Word versions are acceptable.

    Your cover letter should provide a brief explanation of your interest in the position relative to your future educational and/or career goals. The strongest applicant will communicate what they will contribute to the Presidio Trust and how this internship can help them to achieve their future goals with specific reference to the position description. Be sure to include why you are interested in working with volunteers. If you have any special skills or interests, please include them. The resume should outline the applicant’s relevant experience and include contact information for two references familiar with the applicants’ previous work or academic experience.

We will review applications received and will select some or all for interviews to be conducted at a mutually arranged time. Applications will not be kept on file after a decision is made. If you were not accepted for a position and wish to be considered for a future posting, you will need to reapply.

The Presidio Trust is dedicated to representing the community it serves. We encourage candidates that will bring diversity to the Trust to apply.

ABOUT THE PRESIDIO + THE PRESIDIO TRUST

Guardian of the Golden Gate for more than 200 years, the Presidio endures as a place of service and possibility. Now a distinctive part of the national park system, this magnificent American landmark invites visitors to be inspired by its beauty and to participate in a variety of programs that draw on its history and natural resources. The Presidio is also home to a vibrant community of people who work and live in the park. The 1,500-acre Presidio is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, one of the world’s largest national parks in an urban setting, spanning over 80,000 acres north and south of San Francisco’s Golden Gate.

The Presidio Trust is an innovative federal agency created to save this former military post and transform it for a new national purpose. The Trust’s vision is that the Presidio will be forever a public place: vital to the Bay Area, important to all Americans, and recognized for achieving broad benefits for the nation. To learn more, visit www.presidio.gov.

May/18/2017 U.S. Census Bureau is Hiring!

Posted by lgannon • May 18th, 2017

To learn more about our events and services, please contact the Career Center at:  
 
1449 Webster St. San Francisco.
Orientations are held MondayTuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 10:00am.

 

May/18/2017 UPS is Hiring!

Posted by lgannon • May 18th, 2017

To learn more about our events and services, please contact the Career Center at:  
 
1449 Webster St. San Francisco.
Orientations are held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 10:00am.

May/15/2017 USF Open Positions through HR Options

Posted by lgannon • May 15th, 2017

The following positions are still open at USF through HR Options:
 
The following positions are still open in the USF Facilities Management Department:
Summer Temporary Utility Engineer (see attached position description)
To apply for this position, please contact Craig Peterson, Director of Operations: cpetersen2@usfca.edu
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Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions now or in the future about employment opportunities with the University of San Francisco. Thank you!
All the best,
USF Community Workforce Committee

May/11/2017 Huckleberry CARC is Hiring Case Manager

Posted by lgannon • May 11th, 2017

TITLE: 

Case Manager

DIVISION:

Community Assessment Referral Center

SALARY: 

$15.97-$18.40/hour + .96¢/hour Bilingual Premium (Spanish/English)

STATUS: 

Non-Exempt/Union

WORK SCHEDULE:

Full-time, 40 hours per week

SUPERVISOR:

Program Director

AGENCY OVERVIEW: 

Huckleberry Youth Programs (HYP) is a critical provider of essential safety net services for high-needs youth and their families in San Francisco and Marin County. For the past 50 years, HYP has developed and maintained prevention programs that promote the health, wellbeing and leadership of youth. The agency employs over 50 staff members and operates on a $5 million annual budget.

HUCKLEBERRY YOUTH PROGRAMS JOB DESCRIPTION

Case Manager
Community Assessment Referral Center
$15.97-$18.40/hour + .96¢/hour Bilingual Premium (Spanish/English) Non-Exempt/Union
Full-time, 40 hours per week
Program Director

Huckleberry Youth Programs (HYP) is a critical provider of essential safety net services for high-needs youth and their families in San Francisco and Marin County. For the past 50 years, HYP has developed and maintained prevention programs that promote the health, wellbeing and leadership of youth. The agency employs over 50 staff members and operates on a $5 million annual budget.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

The primary responsibilities of this position are to insure that youth working with CARC receive caring and professional case management services. Case Managers assist youth and their families with the implementation of recommended treatment plans so they are able to re-focus their attention into positive and productive behaviors and choices. The Case Managers must be able to work within a collaborative process and negotiate successfully with multidisciplinary systems. Staff in this position are expected to operate automotive vehicles in the performance of assigned duties. Due to the nature of the assignment and the hours worked, public transportation may not be a cost effective or efficient method for traveling to the various locations . The individual who is appointed to this position will be required to maintain a valid California Driver’s License throughout the tenure of employment The Case Managers will be responsible for, but not limited to the following:

DUTIES:

  1. Conduct intake assessments with youth, including interviewing parents, guardians, and/or other involved adults.
  2. Provide short-term interventions and ongoing case management services for youth. Case management activities will include: Crisis Intervention, assessment, service planning, community advocacy, brokerage, and coordination of resources, referrals and linkage support and other life skills training and support.
  3. Engage and support participant’s family in program regularly.
  4. Support youth in meeting their treatment goals.
  5. Network with other youth providers to establish liaisons and resources.
  6. Maintain ongoing caseload and consistent documentation of case management contacts andclient progress.
  7. Make official contacts with schools, counselors, P.O.’s, attorneys, and others associated with theyouth.
  8. Communicate with Probation Officers and report on youth’s status. Attend probation meetings &court dates.
  9. Participate in weekly client reviews, monthly staff meetings and other agency related meetings asdirected by the Program Director.
  10. Meet youth in the field with flexible scheduling.
  11. Phone coverage including answering and responding to incoming crisis, business, informationaland referral calls.
  12. Other duties as assigned.

PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCE:

1. Maintain professional standards of performance, demeanor and appearance at all times.
2. Perform tasks and responsibilities in a complete and timely manner, complying with agency policies and standards and conforming to scheduling requirements of this job and program.
3. Maintain a creative , team-building, cooperative approach to job performance and seek to bring a constructive problem-solving orientation to all tasks.
4. Maintain an awareness of the agency’s mission and work to promote the positive individual and social change goals it embodies.
5. Exercise discretion and professional judgement at all times in keeping with the responsibility carried personally and by the agency for the care and welfare of youth and families.

6. Actively strive to upgrade personal skills through engaging in appropriate professional training experiences.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. A combination of three years of college and/or relevant experience working with the SFUSD or SF Juvenile Justice system preferred
  2. Knowledge of community based agencies serving adolescents in S.F strongly preferred
  3. Past experience successfully working with disenfranchised youth strongly preferred
  4. Excellent organizational and writing skills required
  5. Excellent collaborator who is adaptable and is committed to open communication
  6. Knowledge of system collaboration preferred
  7. Criminal justice clearance as required by the agency
  8. Ability speak/read/write Spanish/English strongly preferred
  9. Possession of reliable transportation, valid CA DL, insurance and clean DMV record required
  10. Ability to lift & carry up to 10 pounds unassisted on a regular basis

Huckleberry Youth Programs is committed to workforce diversity. Qualified applicants will receive full consideration without regard to age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation or national origin.

Qualified candidates should submit a resume and a cover letter to Stacy Sciortino, Huckleberry CARC, 44 Gough St., Suite 104, San Francisco, CA 94103, fax 415-437-2511, or e-mail ssciortino@huckleberryyouth.org.

HUCKLEBERRY YOUTH PROGRAMS JOB DESCRIPTION

 

May/10/2017 Success Center SF Job Fair – 12pm – 4pm

Posted by lgannon • May 10th, 2017

Event free to All Attendees.
Don’t Miss Out.  Meet Hiring Reps from Top Employers 

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For Employers: There’s still time to register for our event.  For more information and to download registration form go to : http://www.successcentersf.org/hiringaffair/

To learn more about our events and services, please contact the Career Center at:  
 
1449 Webster St. San Francisco.
Orientations are held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 10:00am.

May/10/2017 Job Fair – 12:00pm – 4:00pm

Posted by lgannon • May 10th, 2017

Event free to All Attendees.
Don’t Miss Out.  Meet Hiring Reps from Top Employers 

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For Employers: There’s still time to register for our event.  For more information and to download registration form go to : http://www.successcentersf.org/hiringaffair/

To learn more about our events and services, please contact the Career Center at:  
 
1449 Webster St. San Francisco.
Orientations are held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 10:00am.

May/3/2017 USF Community Workforce Day – 12:00pm – 3:00pm – RSVP by May 1st.

Posted by lgannon • May 3rd, 2017

Dear Community Partner,

You are invited to University of San Francisco’s 2017 Community Workforce Day!

USF Community Workforce Day
Wednesday, May 3 | 12-3pm
University Center, 4th Floor Lounge
University of San Francisco
This event is intended for job-seekers who are interested in a fulfilling and productive day of workshops held by USF employers and Human Resources, on-site interviews for summer facilities placements, and a USF campus tour.

Below and attached you will find the flyer for the event, as well as an example of some of the positions that attendees can interview for the day of. Participants should bring multiple copies their resumes.

Please let us know by Monday, May 1 how many attendees to expect from your organization.

We also hope that you will be able to send a representative from your organization to meet the attendees of the event, and give a short “elevator speech” about your organization’s work. You are welcome to attend the entire event, but this CBO introduction will be in the first hour (12-1pm).

Any questions can be directed to Ria DasGupta at diversity@usfca.edu or (415) 422-2821.

We look forward to your attendance!

Sincerely,

USF Community Workforce Committee

USF Community Workforce Flyer 2017
Summer Job Description

May/1/2017 DHL Express is Hiring for On Call/Casual Couriers

Posted by lgannon • May 1st, 2017

To learn more about our events and services, please contact the Career Center at:  
 
1449 Webster St. San Francisco.
Orientations are held MondayTuesdayWednesday and Thursday at 10:00am.

Apr/27/2017 American Housing Survey is Hiring

Posted by lgannon • April 27th, 2017

To learn more about our events and services, please contact the Career Center at:  
 
1449 Webster St. San Francisco.
Orientations are held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 10:00am.