Contractor Position Announcement
SEA/SF Engagement Coordinator
Reports to: SEA/SF Board of Directors
Compensation: $25/hr to $35/hr DOE&Q
Schedule: Contractor Position, 5 to 7 hrs/week, on a flexible schedule with pre-scheduled recurrent meetings
To apply: Please send resume and cover letter explaining your interest to:
Posting date: July 2017, candidates will be considered until position is filled
Social Enterprise Alliance (SEA) is the national membership organization and key catalyst for the rapidly growing social enterprise movement in the United States. We provide social enterprises with the resources they need to succeed, support and grow social entrepreneurship on a national scale and serve as a voice for more sustainable social impact. SEA has a 20‐year history of field leadership, a national network of over 1,000 members in 40 states, and a local footprint of 16 chapters. Members include top practitioners, leading thinkers, investors, public policy leaders and a wide range of service providers.
SEA/SF is an alliance of leaders using business and technology for advancing social justice. We are organizational leaders, investors and entrepreneurs in the San Francisco Bay Area who believe that business and technology must serve the interests of every person in society. We organize for collective impact, with the vision of a San Francisco Bay Area where everyone has the opportunity to invest, start, partner, work, and purchase from businesses and technologies that create direct benefits for vulnerable populations in the community. We take a purposeful, inclusive, and innovative approach for convening leaders from all sectors, ages, and stages to benefit social enterprises, the communities they impact, and the social enterprise movement. SEA/SF was founded in 2009, and it is the longest standing official chapter of Social Enterprise Alliance.
The Engagement Coordinator is a new position in the chapter and it is the evolution of a long-term relationship with a contractor who has been supporting chapter operations since SEA/SF was founded.
The Engagement Coordinator will work closely with board members and committee leaders in fostering, coordinating and maintaining an active engagement of all stakeholders.
The successful applicant for this position will be comfortable handling a variety of tasks in a short period of time—a self-directed, community-spirited individual with skill and/or expertise in scheduling and coordinating meetings, managing calendars, recruiting and onboarding participants, and eliciting and ensuring follow-up from relevant parties with the ultimate goal of keeping actions in motion to procure active engagement. All the work can be done be remotely apart from the occasional in-person evening board meeting or event. Must be located in the Bay Area.
• Impeccable organizational skills and attention to detail
• High proficiency in written and verbal communication
• Proficiency in Google Suite, MS Office, Social Media, and email distribution tools
• Strong interpersonal and relational skills
• Strong written and verbal communications skills
• Able to effectively prioritize, set goals, design work plans, and execute successfully
• Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively to fulfill the organization’s goals
• Background in and passion for Social Enterprise is ideal
• Familiarity with competing priorities, motivators and barriers for engagement of social change agents and busy professionals highly desired
• Experience with engagement of community members around shared work highly desired
Roles and Responsibilities
• Recruit volunteers for committees, events, and other chapter activities
• Manage calendars for board, committees, events, etc.
• Ensure timely follow-up from board and committee members, and activity organizers
• Schedule key events and secure key participants as well as assistance at the event
• Maintain tracking systems, send reminders, and confirm attendees
• Coordinate the execution of communication strategies on social media, direct email campaigns, etc.
SEA/SF is an equal-opportunity organization and seeks applicants of the greatest diversity possible, including women, people of color, lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender individuals, persons with disabilities, including HIV, and formerly incarcerated individuals.
We’re looking for a Basic Skills Specialist for our Early Childhood Education Program!
What will you do? Support transitional age youth (TAY), ages 18-24 transitioning to education and employment in ECE career pathways via group and individual basic skills coaching in writing, math and study skills. This is an hourly part-time position; we do need a commitment of at least 15 hours per week.
What do we need from our applicants? A passion for the JVS mission, and:
• English fluency and excellent writing skills
• Able to provide group and individual coaching to support young adults with course assignments, building study, research, reading and writing skills
• Able to effectively collaborate with program staff, CCSF teachers and counselors to support academic development and success of program participants
• Strong computer proficiency in MS Office Suite; Adaptable to new technology
• Experience as a writing tutor and/or English as a Second Language (ESL) or Adult Basic Education (ABE)instructor
• Experience supporting young adults with course assignments, building study, research, reading and writing skills
• Ability to engage and support a cohort of learners at various academic levels and to motivate them to persist
• Skill working with adults of diverse backgrounds, including English learners
• Ability to integrate technology into instruction
• Flexibility to meet needs of learners is required
• Ability to work with teachers, staff, and administrators in a collaborative, productive, and supportive manner
It would also be great if you have:
• Bilingual English and Spanish and/or English and Cantonese
• Familiarity with California’s Community College system
• Familiarity with Salesforce
• Experience supporting math skill development
• BA/BS in education or relevant field
WANT TO APPLY? Please email cover letter and resume to email@example.com; please use Basic Skills Specialist in the subject line. Principals only, no phone calls, please.
JVS is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, ethnic background, religion, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, national origin or disabilities. We welcome diverse applicants. Please let us know if you need accommodations or auxiliary aids for the interview process.
Compensation: $27 per hour
Who are we? Founded in 1973, Jewish Vocational Service (JVS) transforms lives by helping people build skills and find jobs to achieve self-sufficiency. JVS is a non-sectarian, not-for-profit organization. For more information about the agency, and a full job description for this position, please visit our website at jvs.org.
Program Director-- Oasis for Girls
Thanks for any help,
Lesa Hammond, PhD
CEO / Co-founder
phone: 855-776-3447 x101
2120 University Ave.
Berkeley, CA 94704
NATURE BASED SOCIAL SKILLS CAMP
CAMP COUNSELOR POSITION
July 17 - July 28
We are actively seeking counselors for our mindfulness based social skills summer camp program for the two week session of July 17 - 28. The individuals will be co-facilitating groups of children in local regional parks, engaging children in sensory explorations, awareness practices, and experiential social and emotional learning. We encourage you to pass along this information to any individuals currently seeking an MFT/ASW practicum or internship placement that involves work with children.
The ideal candidate is someone who has a passion for education and the great outdoors, maintains a mindfulness practice and is interested to engage children in non-judgmental guidance toward a deeper understanding of themselves and others. Fiddleheads counselors will work with neuro-diverse children who struggle with a variety of challenges and needs, including autistic spectrum, social anxiety, learning difficulties, sensory and motor skill delays, developmental delays, speech-related challenges, impulsivity, social isolation, aggression, grief, depression, and ADD/ADHD.
Counselors will respond to parents’ questions, and offer guidance on how to support their
children. Counselors will assist children in navigating their internal experiences, as well as tolerating awareness of their impact on others around them. Our counselors are supported to develop skills to work with neuro-diverse children and are encouraged to participate in other programs at Seeds of Awareness, Inc, including school-based counseling internships and community counseling center. In addition to ongoing training, support and mentoring, Seeds of Awareness, Inc.
offers opportunities for community, independence, professional development and collegiality.
· Experience working with children recommended
· Strong academic or professional background in counseling, social work, psychology or education
· Interest in social and emotional programming
· Personal mindfulness practice
· Highly collaborative and effective in developing activities, games and exercises
· Organizational skills necessary to maintain regular communications with co-facilitators and admin staff
· Must be able to arrive to regional parks on time and hike long distances (up to 5 miles)
· Must be able to use technology effectively (e-mail, Google Apps)
· Must consent to tuberculosis test, background check and fingerprints
❖ In collaboration with other counselors, co-facilitate a social and emotional learning experience for children in
a natural setting, including:
➢ alternating high and low energy activities
➢ leading rituals, mindfulness exercises and sensory awareness games
➢ guiding conflict resolution processes
➢ facilitating personal and emotional sharing
➢ fostering deeper relationships with natural elements, including trees and animals
➢ reading or telling an emotionally or spiritually rich story
➢ singing songs that integrate nature, gratitude, presence and awareness
❖ Arrive to camp 15-30 minutes before camp start to welcome parents and children
➔ Summer camp runs daily, Monday through Friday, 9:30 am - 2:30 pm, with an option for after-care
➔ Summer camp session runs for two weeks: July 17 - July 28
➔ Weekly Consultation/Training on Monday in Oakland, San Francisco or Petaluma, 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
➔ Weekly supervision groups in San Francisco, Berkeley, Oakland and Petaluma on various days
➔ Additional weekly supervision available upon need
Berkeley (Tilden Park); Orinda (Briones Park); Oakland (Joaquin Miller Park); Petaluma (Helen Putnam Park);
Richmond (Wildcat Canyon Park); and San Francisco (Park Presidio).
★ Seeds follows BBS regulations in regard to clinical supervision.
★ Our counselors receive at least 2 units of supervision per week through group supervision and consultation.
★ Weekly consultation/training on a range of clinical topics.
★ Additional group supervision is available.
★ Our supervisors are licensed and are experienced in providing clinical supervision and working with children.
★ Attendance at weekly consultation and group supervision is mandatory, unless special exceptions are made.
NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY: Seeds of Awareness, Inc. does not discriminate in any program, activity, or
in employment on the basis of actual or perceived age, sex, race, ethnic background, veteran status, ancestry,
pregnancy, national origin, physical or mental disability, medical information, marital status, genetic information,
sexual orientation, gender or religion. People of all colors, gender identities and LGBTQ are encouraged to apply .
Marketing/Administrative Assistant for Independent Publishing Company
Project Overview: Supporting the publication of Nothing But the Truth
Publishing’s All the Women in My Family
Sing http://www.allthewomeninmyfamilysing.com. NBTT is an independent
publishing house specializing in works by diverse female authors. Read more
at http://nothingbutthetruth.com/ and www.allthewomeninmyfamilysing.com.
Logistics: Part Time/Temporary with an initial ramp up for 20 hrs week,
less through the Fall and then 3-4 months at 20 hrs/week through February
2018. As the publication date nears, the hours will increase with press
events, book signings and more
Place of Work: Remote with weekly in-person meetings in Marin (free onsite
Salary: To be negotiated as Independent Contractor/1099
About the role: You will primarily work to support our Publisher, Deborah
Santana <http://linkedin.com/in/deborah-santana-a13129140>, in her
communications with writers, support the marketing of the anthology,
managing social media and providing editorial support.
You must display a fine tuned eye for detail, the ability to spot mistakes,
strong interpersonal skills, and the ability to manage a wide range of
tasks. Particularly since this position is primarily remote, you’ll need to
be reliable, possess excellent organizational skills, and know how to
manage your time well so that strict deadlines are successful.
You’ll also need strong IT skills, specifically using Excel, Google Docs,
and adding content to our website.
Your people skills will also be important when interacting across and
beyond the organization with a diverse group of stakeholders located
Duties may include:
Support editorial staff in all activities leading to publication,
including acting as a personal assistant to editor and overseeing tasks
such as mailing galleys and communicating with authors;
May include arranging meetings and teleconferences across international
time zones, and taking notes of meetings
Provide communications support, in particular social media
Assist with website administration, including uploading new content and
providing support for users
Coordinating with PR firm
Respond to general inquiries via website, phone and email
Assist in providing data for management information reports
Organize and research projects to tight deadlines;
Use computers for word processing, desktop publishing and email;
Prepare & send outgoing mail & packages
Assist with organization & management of events
Manage phone and email queries, e.g. from writers and the public;
E-filing, photocopying and other routine administrative tasks.
Qualifications: An undergraduate degree and minimum 2 years as
Administrative Assistant as well as 2 years creating content for social
Prior to in-person interview, we’ll ask you to complete a short
To Apply: Send résumés and cover letters to Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Individual Supervisor for Counselors
is the job description: https://careers-hroptions2.icims.com/jobs/2318/group-supervisor/job
The Adaptive Learning Center in Concord is hiring for a Community Living Coordinator position, see link below.
Clinical experience a plus!
Emery Unified School District is looking for social work/counseling interns for the 2017-2018 school year to support the EUSD Wellness programs. We are looking for interns to work 3 to 5 days a week for the school year at two school sites that serve a culturally and linguistically diverse urban population in grades K-12. Providing high quality, consistent counseling is a primary goal of the program, including individual, group, family and crisis-counseling. This position is ideal for a self-motivated intern who likes to collaborate with a wide range of students and support staff in a busy and active environment.
Qualifications: M.A. in Related Field (Social Work or Marriage and Family Therapy)
1 year minimum of successful practice or experience. EUSD Fingerprint and tuberculosis clearances as required by law.
Work Year: Up to 5 days per week - August to June
Annual Stipend: $1,000 to $5,000 stipend per year. Stipend is based upon education and experience, and the number of days worked per week.
Beginning Date: August 2017
For more information and/or to apply, please contact:
Kevin W. Edwards, LCSW, PPSC
California College of the Arts has a Part-Time Residential Life Coordinator position open in our Office of Housing and Residential Life. This would be a great opportunity for graduate students as this job entails working closely with students to create a supportive living environment for our students. Student would be able to use their skills in managing roommate disagreements, working with students through stress and time management issues, helping to manage student emergencies and working with students who violate residence hall policies. This position is both paid and provides private housing. This position would live and work in our San Francisco residence halls that are just blocks away from your campus. This is a part time position that would allow students to balance school and work.
PART-TIME GROUP THERAPIST POSITION
Impulse Treatment Center in Walnut Creek, CA is currently in need of a part-time group therapist (5-10+ hours/week) to take over leadership of two long-term groups for Partners of Sex Addicts, as well as conduct intakes and individual/couple therapy.
Experienced interns and licensed therapists are encouraged to apply. Training, supervision, PTO and other benefits are available.
Qualities we are looking for:
· Experience and passion for group therapy
· Background in addiction treatment
· Sex Addiction and 12-Step experience a plus
· Availability to run groups on Wednesdays (11:30AM-1PM and 6:30PM-8PM) as well as ability to attend Friday morning staff meeting
Impulse Treatment Center is the Bay Area’s oldest and largest comprehensive Sex Addiction Treatment Center. To learn more, visit our website at www.ImpulseTreatmentCenter.com
If you think you might be interested, please send your resume and cover letter detailing what makes you a good candidate for this position to ImpulseCenter@gmail.com
Indicate "Group Therapist Position" in subject line.
ACTCM at CIIS is seeking a GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY instructor for Fall 2017
Joining CIIS in 2015, the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM) is one of four schools at CIIS, offering the first professional and postgraduate degrees in acupuncture and Chinese medicine. ACTCM has been at the forefront of acupuncture and Chinese medical education since its inception in 1980, one of the oldest acupuncture and Chinese medicine colleges in the United States. The graduate programs at ACTCM at CIIS provide a truly exceptional professional education in the acupuncture and Chinese medicine field. Visit www.actcm.edu
Teach an undergraduate level introductory psychology course to acupuncture students.
This course is a general overview of psychology for students of acupuncture and Chinese medicine. It focuses on areas of psychology which provide Chinese medicine practitioners a basic knowledge in the mental health field in order to communicate effectively with other health professionals. This class presents the major philosophies of psychology, as well as the basic clinical conditions most likely to arise in acupuncture practice. Essential to this class is the development of an understanding of when, and to whom, it might be useful to refer patients. The class also emphasizes the mind-body connection, the psychology of stress, and psychological impacts of medical illness. Experiential exercises designed to enhance clinical interviewing skills to gain skillful communication methodologies and specific counseling techniques will also be included.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
• Articulate the role of culture in the conceptualization of mental health and illness.
• Articulate the dynamics of the practitioner-patient relationship.
• Describe the major schools of psychology and treatment modalities.
• Explain the psychology of stress and the psychological impact of medical illness.
• Describe body-mind interactions.
• Previous teaching experience.
• Bachelor’s degree in psychology or a related field.
• Ability to inspire adult learners.
• At least two years of college level teaching experience.
• Graduate degree in psychology or a related field
• A basic understanding of and experience with Chinese medicine and acupuncture.
The course runs for 15 weeks from August 31, 2017 through December 18, 2017. Salary is based on qualifications and experience. Candidates should send a letter of interest and curriculum vitae (CV) to Bingzeng Zou, ACTCM Academic Dean at email@example.com
Intake Coordinator and Administrative Assistant
The Well Clinic, founded in 2011, is an integrative mental health clinic located in San Francisco, offering a range of services including individual, couples, adolescent and family counseling, medical services including psychiatry, integrative and natural medicine. The Intake Counselor and Administrative Assistant fulfills a variety of functions in support of the clinicians and our clients.
Conducting new client intakes and preliminary assignment of clients to clinicians
Responding to client calls and emails
Liaison with insurance providers
Filing and clerical support
Routine maintenance of office facilities including processing mail, restocking of supplies, minimal cleaning.
Others duties as assigned
● Must have graduated or be currently enrolled in a master’s or doctorate program for psychology
● Two or more years of previous administrative experience
● Strong office administrative skills
● Outstanding communication skills
● Customer service experience, especially with phone communication
● Database management experience
● Writing ability
● Flexibility around schedule & work hours
● Collaborative team player
● Extremely detail oriented and ability to multi-task
● Grace under pressure
Commensurate with experience, starting minimum $19/hourly with PTO, non-exempt employee.
Position requires availability for business hours on Fridays, minimum of 15 hours per week
Contra Costa County Job Announcement - HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES RESEARCH AND EVALUATION MANAGER - EMPLOYMENT AND HUMAN SERVICES
Clerk Senior Level
Contra Costa County Human Resources
School Counselor at San Francisco Day School
Reports to: Head of School
Position Status: 80-100% of full time
San Francisco Day School is a K-8, nonprofit private school in the heart of the City with an enrollment of approximately 400 students. SFDS educates, nurtures and inspires girls and boys of diverse backgrounds to achieve their highest academic and creative potential, to embrace ethical values and to become active contributors to their communities.
San Francisco Day School welcomes and celebrates children, families, faculty, and staff that reflect the broad range of diversity in the Bay Area. The School values the strengths and accomplishments of the individuals who are part of the community and takes pride in the diversity and special character of the community as a whole. We fully and actively support equal opportunity for all people and encourage people of color and LGBT applicants to apply. SFDS offers excellent benefits and a competitive salary.
Under the general supervision of the Head of School and reporting directly to the division heads, the School Counselor works collaboratively to provide educational, social, behavioral and personal counseling to students enrolled in grades K-8. The counselor will assist students, parents and faculty in solving problems and facilitating student learning. The Counselor will work to develop and implement school-wide, grade level, group and individual behavioral support programs and co-teach health education/life skills curriculum courses in grades k-8.
Meet on a regular basis with the division heads and with the Head of School as needed. Regularly attend grade level team meetings of their assigned, collaborate on the status of the classroom/grade and of individual students.
Develop and co-teach the health education/life skills curriculum with other faculty members.
Visit classrooms for onsite observation and be available as consultant to faculty for parent/teacher meetings and conferences. As mandated by law, counselors report to child protective services as appropriate and inform at least one administrator of the situation.
Act as liaison to community resources in addressing the needs of students and their families. When indicated, schedule collaborative meetings with parents, teachers, educational resource staff and appropriate administrators and external clinicians to develop a social/emotional/educational plan for student.
Confer with teachers about individual student’s social and emotional needs. Provide professional expertise on child development and counseling issues such as social skill development, parenting, separation/divorce transitions, crisis intervention, grief counseling, substance use/abuse and eating disorders.
Meet with individual students on a one-on-one basis as needed and upon recommendation of the faculty/ division heads. Organize small groups for students based on documented need such as friendship groups, students in transition, and groups organized for a specific issue. These groups may arise from teacher and/or parent request in conjunction with the counselor’s observations and input.
Provide parent education on topics of interest and serve as a resource for grade-level parent coffees and other parent communication issues.
Meet and confer with other school counselors and psychologists on a regular basis. Represent SFDS at appropriate conferences and workshops and share the information obtained from these sources with parents, faculty and administration as needed. Along with other faculty members, participate in activities that contribute to the effective operation of the School.
Masters in School Counseling, Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, or related field with emphasis in counseling and/or education.
Minimum 2 years supervised counseling experience and three years of direct work in the field. Experience working as a counselor in a K-8 school highly preferred.
Requires knowledge of current principles, practices, techniques and objectives of school counseling and guidance, educational philosophy and psychology; educational tests, measurements and statistics; research methods.
The counselor must be able to identify problems and review information, analyze options and apply solutions; analyze ideas and use logic to determine their strengths and weaknesses; identify what must be changed to reach goals.
Ability to relate well to people; relate to the problems and concerns of the students, parents, school administration and the community. Must maintain a high level of integrity with regard to matters which may be considered confidential in nature. Must be able to work collaboratively.
No phone calls please.
While performing the duties of this job, the counselor regularly stands, walks, uses hands to handle or feel objects, tools or controls; reach with hands and arms; talk, hear, taste or smell. The counselor is also required to sit and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.
The employee must occasionally lift and/or move equipment up to twenty pounds. People in this career should be able to use stomach and lower back muscles to support the body for long periods without getting tired. The counselor must be constantly alert for student safety.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus. It is important for people in this career to speak clearly so listeners can understand, as well as to recognize and understand the speech of another person. It is also necessary for the individual to be able to focus on one source of sound and ignore others
The counselor will occasionally work in outside weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud.
MFT Clinician/Intern (Antioch)
LA CHEIM SCHOOLS
La Cheim School is a small Non-Public School (NPS), that provides the educational and mental health programs for those children in need. We have an immediate opening for an MFT Intern at our Antioch Site. We need confident license eligible intern to assist students in addressing mental health symptoms so that they are able to benefit from their education.
Position: SCHOOL MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN / INTERN
Mental Health Classroom Team Intern for a year-round non-public school working with students with learning, behavioral, and emotional disabilities. Under the direction of the Clinical Supervisor, the Mental Health Specialist provides therapy and case management and consultation services to children and their families. The Clinician works in collaboration with the classroom staff to provide mental health a variety of mental health services in a milieu setting.
ESSENTIAL CLINICAL FUNCTIONS
• Provide weekly individual therapy to students;
• Conduct daily groups and community meetings as assigned;
• Create and monitor individual treatment plans, and partnership plans;
• Work collaboratively with classroom teams;
• Schedule and provide bi-monthly family therapy;
• Participate in transition plans and discharge planning;
• Provide case management for assigned students;
• Monitor and report effects of psychotropic medications under the direction of medical staff;
• Complete and maintain all assigned charts in audit ready status;
• Record all contracts and complete all necessary report promptly; and
• Assist with crisis intervention guided by professional practice and Pro-ACT principles.
• Provide consultation to classroom staff, assist in establishing behavior expectations;
• Interact with and supervise students across the milieu daily;
• Lead and attend team and staff meetings and trainings as scheduled;
• Conducts conferences between students and staff to enhance student participation;
• Meet regularly with supervisor to evaluate student progress;
• Attend IEP meetings as scheduled;
• Work collaboratively with multi-disciplinary team;
• Maintain professional behavior in all interactions with students, parents, and staff; and
• Other duties may be required as La Cheim continues its development. Employees are expected to be flexible and responsive to changes in the scope of duties.
QUALIFICATIONS & SKILLS
• Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, or Counseling
• Licensed or Registered Intern
• Two years’ experience with youth, preferred
• Fluent computer skills
• Must possess a valid California Driver’s License, and obtain DOJ, FBI, and TB clearance.
• Current TB and Live Scan Clearance
• Experience working with adolescents
• Ability to write and implement Behavior Treatment Plan
• Ability to effectively document provided services
• Valid California Driver's License
• Ability to work in a fast paced environment
• Must be a team player
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER:
La Cheim School is committed to diversity in its programming and in creating a staff reflective of the populations of the San Francisco Bay Area. We encourage and actively recruit applicants representing diversity of color, age, sex, race, religion, national origin, physical ability, sexual orientation or political affiliation.
Please submit resumes and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
I am excited to announce a Paid Counseling Internship Position at Seven Tepees Youth Program in the Missions, SF for next school year!
Seven Tepees is a youth development program working with low-income Middle School and High School youth over a period of ten years to foster the skills they need to make lifelong positive choices and create their own opportunities for success. Seven Tepees provides youth with a variety of services over the course of their time in our program, such as academic support, enrichment activities, college & career guidance, outdoor trips, and mental health counseling all for free.
I am looking for two counseling interns for next school year to provide individual and group counseling services for our Middle School and High School program. I am looking for either a trainee in school who is able to work 8-12 hours a week here to earn hours and experience with adolescents, or I'm looking for an intern who has graduated and is still looking to fulfill hours and gain experience.
Sasha Levine, MS, LMFT
Counseling Program Director
Seven Tepees Youth Program
3177 Seventeenth Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
415-522-1550 x105 (phone)
Program Director on Genetic Justice
The Center for Genetics and Society (CGS), based in Berkeley, CA, seeks to hire a senior level Program Director on Genetic Justice with outstanding leadership skills, demonstrated ability to affect public debate and policy change, and a commitment to justice and equity.
The position involves overseeing CGS’s work to bring a social justice framework to current debates and policy considerations on human biotechnology developments, with a focus on human gene editing for reproduction.
The Program Director will foster collaboration among individuals in multiple academic and professional fields as well as a range of social justice and non-profit organizations; raise awareness among the public and the media; and influence state, national and international policy. For a full job description, see http://www.geneticsandsociety.org/jobs-and-internships
Two Positions: Operations Manager and Membership Engagement & Training Lead with the HEAL Food Alliance
1) Membership Engagement & Training Lead: <http://healfoodalliance.org/who-is-heal/work-with-us/> The Membership Engagement & Training Lead works with HEAL member organizations and potential members to ensure leadership in creating, driving, and implementing HEAL campaign work, and ensuring that HEAL’s work supports the needs of member organizations and grassroots community organizations.
To apply: By May 31st, please send cover letter, resume, and up to 2 samples of relevant work to email@example.com with the subject line Membership Engagement Lead. This position is based in Oakland, but other locations will be considered for exceptional candidates.
2) Operations Manager: <http://healfoodalliance.org/who-is-heal/work-with-us/> The Operations Manager oversees the completion of projects and manages the day-to-day operations of HEAL, including scheduling and organizing meetings and events, processing financial reimbursements, and providing budget tracking support. The Operations Manager also assists in communications and outreach to partners, and provides support for special projects as needed.
To apply: By May 24th, please send cover letter, resume, and, if desired, up to 2 samples of relevant work to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject line Operations Manager.
This position is based in Oakland.