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Description: The California Executive Director (ED) provides leadership to sustain the region’s visibility, financial sustainably, operations and programs. The ED will build and manage the local fundraising strategy and will have an initial annual budget of approximately $600,000.
Reporting to the Vice President of National Programs and Strategic Partnerships, the ED is a member of the department heads leadership team, directly supervising up to five staff, plus interns and volunteers and recruiting members and overseeing a Local Advisory Council. This position is full-time, exempt and will be located in our Oakland office.
Fundraising and Outreach
• Position California for long-term financial sustainability by designing and implementing a regional development plan in collaboration with the Vice President of Development.
• Cultivate and maintain diversified funding sources that include individuals, corporations, foundations, government, and earned income from school fees.
• Recruit and manage Local Advisory Council members to provide fundraising support, strategic guidance, contacts and increased visibility for the region.
• Support the development of regional specific grant proposals, reports, and donor communications, and contribute to national development efforts (i.e. proposals, reports, etc.) as necessary.
• Work with the national team to develop and implement local communications strategy, engage partners and media in active dialogue about gender equity and STEM issues, and serve as a spokesperson and the public face of Techbridge at conferences, workshops, and other venues to increase its visibility.
Program Oversight and Partnerships
• Expand and sustain high-quality programs and outcomes for Techbridge Girls programming (afterschool and professional development) in California by working with the national team to establish program goals.
• Develop and manage strategic partnerships including individual schools, school districts, after-school programs, youth development groups, universities, STEM companies, policymakers, and role models.
• Support evaluation process in the region to continually improve program outcomes using data and ongoing feedback.
• Work with schools and community-based organizations to negotiate fees, complete contracts, and collect revenue.
• Identify and address opportunities and challenges for the California program in coordination with the regional staff and the national team.
• Keep current on research in gender equity and informal STEM programs, capacity building, curriculum, and resources for girls, especially from marginalized communities.
Management and Operations
• Collaborate and share insights with other regional or department leaders on program implementation or operational processes within the region.
• Supervise local staff, interns and volunteers and monitor performance, goals and culture of the regional site.
• Provide fiscal oversight for the California site, including developing and implementing budgets and managing and reporting assets, revenue, and expenditures.
• Bachelor’s degree or a minimum of 7 years’ of experience leading youth development/education/ gender equity programming. Within science, technology, or engineering skills in informal education settings, a plus.
• Proven ability to successfully build and supervise a high impact team
• Proven ability to implement a fundraising plan, develop, cultivate and maintain donor relationships.
• Experience with donor CRM and presentation materials
• Proven track record in successful financial management
• Strong relationships throughout California (especially in Southern California) with corporations, funders, schools/school districts, afterschool networks and/or youth development organizations.
• Excellent organizational and time-management skills and strong attention to detail. Proven record of follow-through on assigned tasks
• Superior communication skills (both written and verbal) and relationship-building skills with a diverse range of stakeholders
• Entrepreneurial, adaptable and flexible
• Comfort with proactively seeking and incorporating feedback; positive attitude
• Passion for Techbridge Girls’ mission knowledge of and interest in equity issues affecting girls of color in science, technology, and engineering
• Must possess a valid Driver’s License with clean DMV record, proof of insurance and reliable transportation
• Master's degree a plus in Science, engineering, computer science, social work, and/or education field highly desired
• Fluency in Spanish is a plus
This is a full-time position based out of Techbridge Girls’ Oakland, CA office. Health, vacation, retirement and other benefits are offered. Techbridge Girls offers a competitive salary and benefits, commensurate with experience and skills.
Description: Do you have fun engaging ideas that will excite children? Are you looking for a place to continually grow? COME WORK FOR GLO!!
We are currently searching for our next generation of before and after school Program Staff (Teachers, Teacher's Aides and Shadow Aides) who have a background working with children in an educational and recreational setting for the 2017/2018 school year.
We are looking for people who can set clear boundaries with children and feel comfortable creating a fully enriching environment for school age children (K-5). The capability to effectively communicate with parents, children and other staff members is essential to a prospective team member who will build a relationship that benefits the learning process of the children at GLO. People excited to have fun and explore with a group of future leaders are in high demand!
GLO has various school sites all throughout San Francisco to fit your travel convenience needs.
Alice Fong Yu, 1541 12th Ave, SF, CA 94122
Alvarado Afterschool, 625 Douglass St., SF, CA 94114
Cleveland, 455 Athens St, SF, CA 94112
Dianne Feinstein, 2550 25th Ave, SF, CA 94116
West Portal, 5 Lenox Way, SF, CA 94127
If you would like to learn more about GLO visit, http://www.gloinc.org.
APPLY TODAY and join the GLO Family!!!
Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records as allowed by the California Department of Social Services' Community Care Licensing Division regulations as detailed in CCLD Title 22, Division 12.
Description: The Opportunity 9-12 High School ASP - Competencies, Responsibilities, and Qualifications
Lighthouse Community Charter School’s Safe Harbor After-School Program is looking for a 9-12 High School ASP Sports Instructor who is relentlessly committed to ensuring that traditionally underserved students of color achieve our mission of completing college and securing the career of their choice. Lighthouse staff believe that this important mission is not only attainable; it is essential to transforming our Oakland community.
Demonstrates the Value of Social Justice and Equity in Education
Expects High Quality Student Engagement
Builds Optimal Culture during ASP time
Responds Effectively to Student Needs
Develops Meaningful Relationships with Students, Parents, and Colleagues
Is an Active and Engaged Teammate
Follows Through on Commitments
Holds a Growth Mindset for Self, Students, and Colleagues
Core activities include:
ASP CREW Role: Lead an ASP CREW class made up of 10-15 Students. Crews Meet once per week for 1 hour.
ASP CREW Goals:
Build community for students to check-in, share points of challenge, celebrate successes and create a space that feels physically and emotionally safe.
Bring current event topics for students to discuss.
Discuss social justice issues that are impacting the Oakland community.
HS ASP SPORTS Role:
Lead a sports Enrichment class where:
Students can engage in soccer, basketball, flag football and other physical activities.
Students gain leadership skills through sports enrichment.
Coordinate student sports tournaments, friendly matches with other schools and collaboration with core day athletics department.
Maintain an appropriate learning environment and model appropriate behavior
Establish collective class agreements.
ASP staff are expected to support and create avenues for students engagement in ASP community events (ie. Harvest festival, Dia de los Muertos Festival, Black History is World History Celebration etc).
Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Actively supervise recess activities; maintain physical and emotional safety for all students during that time.
Collaboratively plan and lead activities that build meaningful community connections.
Demonstrate professional demeanor by being punctual, consistent, reliable, creative, communicative, courteous and flexible.
Attend and actively participate in professional development activities, team and staff meetings to improve the effectiveness of student support and engagement.
Actively collaborate with both other ASP staff and larger Lighthouse Community.
Administer Lighthouse’s student policies and procedures (i.e. attendance, dress code, etc.).
Maintain a classroom culture ideal for student learning by implementing preferred Lighthouse strategies and systems.
Abide by all state and federal mandates in reporting sexual or physical abuse and neglect.
At least one year experience working in an educational environment with both direct and indirect service responsibilities
Associate Degree or higher OR 48 or more college units
TB Clearance within the last 4 years
Background clearance from the FBI and DOJ LiveScan
First Aid/CPR certified
Strong communication skills and the ability to maintain cooperative and working relationships with others
Strong organizational skills
Ability to manage multiple developmental levels of age groups.
Familiar with Google apps.
Interest in working in a professional, collaborative, and responsive school environment dedicated to high academic outcomes for every child.
Prior training and use of Restorative Justice is a plus
Fluency in Spanish is a plus
This position involves approximately 20 hours per week. All instructors are expected to maintain hours of 3:00 - 6:15 pm on M, T, Th, F, and approximately noon to 6:45 pm on Wednesdays.
Schedule follows the Lighthouse school calendar. There are several times in which Professional Development opportunities begin as early as 8:00 am.
ASP Instructors interested in working more hours can combine this role with a day-time Supervision or Elective Teaching role. Inquire if interested.
This role reports to 9-12 ASP Coordinator
OUR COMPENSATION PACKAGE:
At Lighthouse Community Public Schools we take good care of our employees. We provide a competitive compensation taking your prior experience and skill set into consideration.
Description: Job Title: Expanded Learning Group Leader
Reports To: Expanded Learning Site-Supervisor
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt, approximately 18-22 hours/week
Start your career in education by teaching a group of students during after-school programming at various West Contra Costa Unified School District sites in the Richmond/San Pablo area. The schedule is usually Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 2:30-6:00pm and Wednesday 1:00-6pm. 2-3 day weeks and substitute schedules are available. K-6th, and 7th-8th grade positions are available (specify which grade range preferred in your inquiry). Group leaders ensure a quality experience for children and parents focused on YMCA core values: honesty, respect, responsibility, and caring.
SOME ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
• Supervises and engages a group of youth in required curriculum
• Ensures a physically and emotionally safe environment for all participants
• Provide homework assistance as necessary in the areas of language arts, mathematics and reading.
• Follows YMCA policies and procedures, including those related to medical and disciplinary situations, child abuse prevention, dress code, cell phone use and, emergencies.
• Maintains positive relations with students, parents, and other staff. Models relationship-building skills in all interactions.
• Proactively communicates with supervisor on all operations.
• Demonstrates sound judgment and professionalism in all interactions
• Must be at least 18 years of age
• Must have a (a) at least 48 semester college units (please send transcripts with application, unofficial are acceptable), or (b) successful completion of the Instructional Aide exam (Paid by the YMCA)
• TB test clearance (please send a copy of clearance with application)
• Must pass DOJ/FBI criminal background check (Paid by the YMCA)
• Must be punctual and reliable
• Must have experience working with youth and general knowledge base of core school subjects
• Must possess strong classroom and behavioral management skills
• Must be able to work independently or as part of a team
• Must be able to communicate openly in a professional manner with students, parents, and community partners
• Must have sufficient strength, agility and mobility to perform essential functions of position and to safely supervise children's activities including ability to occasionally lift up to 25 lbs.
• Must be fit for frequent bending and standing.
This is a summary of the job duties; a full job description will be provided upon request.
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Description: Do you want to get paid and make a difference by tutoring local middle school students? Apply to tutor for JCYC! We are looking for part-time tutors to work 5-10 hours a week helping middle school students with their homework during the 2017-2018 school year. Earn $15 an hour, gain valuable leadership and communication skills, meet interesting people, contribute to your community, and have fun by becoming a tutor. We offer trainings so that you do not need to understand all subjects before you start.
Please see our job description at jcyccollegeaccess.org/join-the-team for more information.
Description: Position Summary:
The Manager, Regional Impact (MRI) will be part of a regional team working to inspire and support the civic leadership of LEE members. This individual will support the Regional Director’s efforts to identify, train, and make more effective LEE members in the pipelines to policy leadership, elected leadership, organizing, and advocacy leadership.
This role will involve meeting individually and building relationships with LEE members in order to inspire them about their own leadership potential and connect them to training and experiential opportunities that match their desired impact. The MRI will significantly support the planning and execution of regional training opportunities and initiatives to grow the regional LEE membership and will also assist in organizing efforts led by LEE members and the Regional Director. The MRI will also help lead collective organizing efforts around education policy issues in the region.
Throughout execution of these responsibilities, the MRI will prioritize increasing the diversity of LEE member leadership in the region, as well as maintaining meaningful and productive partnerships with partner organizations and community groups. As a team member in a growing and dynamic organization, the MRI will adapt to evolving understandings of the most effective path to impact.
Position Location: San Francisco Bay Area
Travel Requirements: 20-30%; includes travel between various cities through Bay Area (e.g. San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland, etc.) and occasional travel out of state for conferences
- Cultivate a movement of civically engaged LEE members by conducting individual meetings and building public relationships with LEE members in the region
- Coach and support members as they move through the early stages of the community organizing cycle
- Facilitate trainings and workshops to support member development around policy, advocacy, organizing, and elected leadership Inspire and coach LEE members to investigate policy, advocacy, organizing, and elected leadership as a path to their desired impact
- Oversee the logistics and execution of regional trainings and fellowships.
- Connect and cultivate relationships with internal and external stakeholders to advance SF Bay Area LEE member engagement and leadership development
- Bachelor’s degree required
- 2-5 years of professional experience
- Exemplifies Leadership for Educational Equity’s core values
- Understands the interconnectedness of electoral politics, community organizing, and advocacy in the creation of equitable public policy
- Experience working in communities of color
- Experience working in under-resourced communities
- Experience working or volunteering meaningfully in electoral politics, policy, or advocacy and organizing
- Thrives and adapts in an entrepreneurial and dynamic professional environment with the ability to take initiative
- Possesses strong interpersonal skills
- Possesses excellent organizational, communications, and project management skills
- Access to transportation throughout the Bay Area: Due to the large geographic layout of the San Francisco Bay Area, aspects of this role will entail significant amounts of time commuting to and from member/community meetings throughout the Bay Area
- Working knowledge of San Francisco Bay Area educational landscape
- Ability to connect and collaborate with internal and external stakeholders
- Some experience or comfort facilitating trainings/workshops
- Familiar with 21st century leadership development theories and practices
Benefits and Salary
- Salary for this position is competitive and depends on prior experience. In addition, a comprehensive benefits package is included.
- An Equal-Opportunity Employer with a Commitment to Diversity
- Leadership for Educational Equity is proud to be an equal opportunity employer, and as an organization committed to diversity and the perspective of all voices, we consider applicants equally of race, gender, color, sexual orientation, religion, marital status, disability, political affiliation and national origin. We reasonably accommodate staff members and/or applicants with disabilities, provided they are otherwise able to perform the essential functions of the job.
- An affirmative action-equal opportunity employer.
- The statements in this description represent typical elements, criteria, and general work performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required for the job.
Description: ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES*
1. Child Supervision: Work directly with students, supervising large and small groups of children, create and maintain a safe, healthy, fun and age appropriate learning environment.
2. Curriculum Planning: Actively engaged in planning and implementing developmentally appropriate activities and curriculum for students.
3. Facility Maintenance: Regularly inspect the school/program site and equipment for potential safety hazards; taking corrective action to prevent injuries when necessary, and to participate in cleaning and maintaining the facilities and equipment.
4. Food Handling: Assist with daily snack preparation, distribution, and cleanup.
* To perform successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The responsibilities listed are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these duties.
1. Leadership: Able to assume a role of authority as necessary; advocate new ideas; set an example for coworkers; delegate responsibility and empower staff to make decisions; provide constructive feedback to others.
2. Teamwork, interpersonal flexibility, excellent organizational and communication skills, and the ability to inspire others.
3. Stakeholder Focus, must exhibit enthusiasm and energy towards children, staff, and parents.
REQUIREMENTS: Minimum of 12 Core Early Childhood Education (ECE ) Units, elementary education units or other related units. Minimum of one year of work experience with school-age children, Background Check clearance upon hire-DOJ Fingerprint, and TB clearance.
Compensation: Commensurate with experience
NOTICE: This description is to be used as a guide only. It does not constitute a contract, commitment or promise of any kind. GASP reserves the right to change, add, delete, upgrade or downgrade the position as dictated by business necessity at any time with or without notice.
GASP is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and values diversity of culture and thought. We seek talented, qualified individuals regardless of race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, marital status, age, national origin or ancestry, citizenship, conviction history, uniform service membership/veteran status, physical or mental disability, protected medical conditions, genetic characteristics, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression regardless of physical gender, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws.
Description: LeaderSpring is seeking a full-time staff member to coordinate the day-to-day logistics and administration of LeaderSpring’s Fellowship and Alumni programs as well as conduct outreach, communication, and evaluation activities to ensure high-quality, high-impact programming. This position is an excellent opportunity for a well-organized high performer, who enjoys providing administrative and logistical support to a diverse community of talented nonprofit leaders. The Program Assistant will have access to top-notch trainings, insights into nonprofit operations and best practices, and many opportunities to connect with our vibrant network of Bay Area nonprofit executive directors.
The Program Assistant’s responsibilities include:
-Plan and execute logistics of Fellowship and Alumni Network activities and events, e.g. scheduling dates, securing meeting locations, ordering meals and supplies, setting up and breaking down events, providing operational support during events, etc.
-Maintain positive relationships and communication with all LeaderSpring stakeholders, while serving as a main point of contact for Fellowship and Alumni Network partners, including fellows, alumni, executive coaches, trainers, and others.
-Coordinate the recruitment process for the Fellowship Program. Communicate with applicants, support the screening and interview process, and participate in cohort selection.
-Prepare program, marketing, and other materials, including drafting selected documents and presentations, reviewing and editing materials for quality and consistency with the LeaderSpring brand, and preparing collateral and supplies for events.
-Collect and compile evaluation data, ensure that data is complete and of high quality, conduct preliminary analyses, and create supportive content for proposals and reports, including quotes and case studies.
-Support timely and accurate execution of work plans by maintaining and updating project management tools, coordinating roles and resources, anticipating action items, and meetings deadlines.
-Support budget management for the Fellowship and Alumni programs by monitoring program budgets and expenditures, processing invoices and contracts, and updating internal financial documents. Provide input in creating and refining budgets and tools.
-Document Fellowship and Alumni events by taking comprehensive notes and meeting minutes, interviewing program participants, capturing quotes and potential case studies for marketing purposes, and photographing activities. Ensure project documents, records, and other materials are complete, current, and stored appropriately.
-Conduct scheduling, communications, and correspondence activities on behalf of the Director of Programs as needed.
We are seeking candidates who are committed to LeaderSpring’s mission and values; who possess outstanding organization and communication skills; and are able to build strong relationship with our constituents. We are looking for:
-At least two years’ work experience related to program administration, event planning/coordination, leadership development, and/or organizational capacity building (nonprofit experience preferred.) Experience with nonprofits, program delivery, evaluation, and/or data management a plus.
-Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.
-Demonstrated interest in leadership development and/or nonprofit capacity building (experience or knowledge in these areas is a plus).
-Strong project management and organizational skills, including the ability to create and maintain systems, and simultaneously support and track the status of multiple projects.
-Excellent writing, editing, and verbal communication skills. Comfortable editing other staff members’ work and seeking edits of his/her own work.
-Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to develop strong working relationships with a diverse community of high-performing leaders.
-Outstanding customer service attitude, as demonstrated by courteousness, responsiveness, and impeccable follow-through.
-Proficient user of the Microsoft Office suite. Demonstrated ability to learn new applications and support others in the adoption of new applications. Experience creating attractive PowerPoint presentations and/or taking high-quality photos a plus.
-Experience using Microsoft Excel to track information, create budgets, and develop work plans.
-Minimum typing speed of 45 words per minute.
-Ability to attend overnight retreats (up to 3 days/nights) and travel (primarily in-state) as needed.
Description: KMS TEACHING PRINCIPLES KMS staff:
• Collaborate with their peers to develop the program according to KMS Philosophy and Core Values
• See the school as an interconnected system.
• See choice as an important learning strategy and life tool for students.
• View teachers, children and parents as three partners in the educational system.
• Understand the importance of the social and emotional development of children.
• Are open to feedback and willing to carry out suggestions and/or directions from the Directors.
• Communicate directly with all partners—Directors, Teachers, Parents, Children.
• Create deep relationships with each child.
• Participate in ALL of the school training and professional development activities.
• Share issues from the class life with Directors and Teachers and are open to feedback.
• View professional development as one of their roles as teachers.
REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION:
• Must have a minimum of 6 Early Childhood Education units with enrollment in following 6; 12+ preferred.
• Additional experience working with this age group in a group-care setting is especially helpful but not required.
• What is crucial is a love of children, patience, reliability and an openness and willingness to accept guidance from Director.
• Multiple scheduled shifts available
• Start date ASAP, no later than September 1st.
What does it mean to really believe in children?
We are KMS - a private progressive school in the heart of San Francisco serving infants, preschool, and elementary students through fifth grade. We are inspired by the pedagogy of the Reggio Emilia schools, adding to a strong foundation from our own forty year history in education. All KMS teachers work side-by-side with each other in a beautiful, creative, fully-equipped environment which includes a Spanish Teacher, Atelierista, and a beautiful garden. http://kmsofsf.org/
Description: Are you passionate about social justice issues in the Bay Area? Have you worked in a supervisory role managing staff and programs for children? Are you an empathetic and kind educator who is experienced at working with diverse and marginalized communities? Are you a strategic thinker and vigilant when it comes to compliance with State educational regulations?
We are currently in search of an Youth Program Site Supervisor for a Social Service Organization. The position is based in San Francisco, CA. This is a permanent full-time assignment.
ORGANIZATION TYPE: Social Service Organization
LOCATION: San Francisco, CA
POSITION TITLE: Youth Program Site Supervisor
SALARY: $60,000 – $70,000
Is This Your Dream Job? As the Youth Program Site Supervisor reporting to the Education Director, you will be responsible for managing a staff of educators, ensuring that the organization complies with State educational regulatory requirements, and developing curriculum for educational childcare programs. Through collaboration with staff, you will set departmental goals, implement a budget, and assess ways to improve educational programs. You will maintain a workplace that promotes inclusivity, creativity, compassion, open communication, and professional development.
• Medical, dental, vision, and life insurance
• Vacation and paid sick leave
• Progressive work culture
Our Ideal Candidate:
• 3-5 years of supervisory program operations and education experience.
• Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education. Master’s preferred. 15 ECE units required.
• Extremely knowledgeable about State compliance requirements with Title V.
• High proficiency in MS Office.
• Knowledge of Cal Workforce and City CMS databases.
• Excellent communication and writing skills.
• Detail-oriented and proactive. Anticipates issues that may arise.
• Ability to supervise both children and adults.
• Teaching experience.
• Fluency in Spanish, Cantonese, or Vietnamese helpful.
How You Will Spend Your Day:
• Oversee and ensure close collaboration with program staff, volunteers, external vendors, and interns.
• Closely monitor staff performance and development. Create a positive work environment through group decision making and cooperation.
• Resolve staff issues in accordance with organization’s policies and procedures.
• Establish and uphold strong interpersonal relationships with diverse clients. Exercise sensitivity, cultural competence, compassion, and confidentiality.
• Utilize educational experience and knowledge to develop compelling educational curriculums for children and adults to learn new skills.
• Create informational presentations for employees and general public.