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CalSAC connects professionals to careers in the out-of-school time field through our job board.

Site Director

Type: Full-Time   |   County: San Mateo   |   Agency: Footsteps Child Care Inc.

Description: This is an exempt status, full-time, benefited, year-round position. Annual salary is commensurate with experience, years of service and educational background. Footsteps Child Care, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

QUALIFICATIONS
- Must have prior experience as an Assistant Director or Site Director; minimum of 3+ years.
- Must meet state licensing qualifications for Director, including 3 units of supervision coursework.
- If working at a State Preschool Site, must also have a current Site Supervisor Permit.
- Must have a minimum of four years’ experience teaching School Age children or infant/toddler/preschool children in a child care setting.
- Preferred success with desired results utilizing assessment tools such as CLASS, ECERS/ITERS, DRDP, etc.
- Tech-savvy; Proficient with all Microsoft Office applications. In addition, proven ability to create professional written means of communication via email, flyers, presentations, etc.
- Demonstrated skills in effective verbal communication (1:1, teambuilding, presentations, etc.).
- BA/BS or above, in a subject relating to working with children, preferred.
- Possess a valid California Teaching Credential, Site Supervisor Permit, Child Care Certificate, or other related credentialing (preferred), including School Age, Preschool or Infant-Toddler Permit requirements as required.
- Proven ability to work effectively and professionally in a supervisory capacity with staff, substitutes, volunteers, parents, and children.
- Current Pediatric First Aid/CPR Certification and completed Health and Safety Training or willingness to obtain.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES
- Oversee day to day operation of the Program Site including maintaining a harmonious and efficient work environment.
- Facilitate administrative responsibilities for Program Site, including maintaining compliance with Community Care Licensing and Council on Accreditation, monitoring office and classroom coverage, and reviewing children’s progress.
- Fiscal responsibilities for Program Site.
- Supervision, management, and evaluation of Program Site employees.
- Enforcement of rules and regulations, performance management, etc.
- Curriculum – supervision, implementation and evaluation.
- Excellent leadership skills to inspire staff to work diligently and professionally with each other, the children and the families.
- Families - Outreach, site tours, orientation, and communication.
- Sets and maintains appropriate standards for children's discipline and behavior standards using non-punitive methods.
- Assist staff in resolving conflicts between children and communicating with families.
- Develops, maintains, and provides periodic testing of emergency response plan.
- Develops a working and effective Site Council and attends Board Meetings on alternate months.
- Provides support and back-up for classrooms as needed (break etc.), including performing as teacher when necessary.
- Develops and maintains effective working relationship with host school or site.
- Represents the program and the organization in the community.
- Continues to develop professional self and recommends/assigns classes to staff.
- Participate in Fundraising and Development for organization.
- Able to lift 40 lbs.
- Other responsibilities as required or assigned.

BENEFITS
- After Thirty (30) Days of employment, employee will receive holiday pay for company-designated holidays.
- After Ninety (90) days of successful employment, employee becomes eligibe...
1) For fully paid health, dental, life and vision coverage
2) To accrue Vacation and Sick Pay
3) To participate in our 403(b) Retirement Plan with a 2% match after one year of successful employment
4) To join Aflac’s Supplemental Insurance Plan

Specialty Summer Camp Staff

Type: Seasonal   |   County: San Francisco   |   Agency: Open Mind/Katherine Michiels School

Description: Come join us a Katherine Michiels Schoolt (KMS) this summer for fun and adventure for children age 5-11! At KMS you will find 2-week and 4-week options for compelling, innovative, solution based, amazing camp sessions with old and new friends. Our experienced, KMS Trained teachers and counselors will focus on getting to know each camper. Together everyone will delve deeper into topics as co-learners.

We are looking for talented, well-skilled, yet fun summer staff. The positions that are currently open are:

- De Colores Spanish Teacher (Must be a native Spanish speaker)
- Science Teacher
- Art Maker Teacher
- After Care Staff

KMS Summer Camp follows the Reggio Emilia approach (hands on, child led, project based) and we are looking for teachers who can teach within a learning community.

Please visit out website for more information: www.kmsofsf.org

Recreation Specialist

Type: Seasonal   |   County: Alameda   |   Agency: Hayward Area Recreation and Park District

Description: Position Classification I/II; $10.50 – 15.80 per hour/DOE; Part-time/Seasonal

Under general supervision of the Recreation Coordinator II, the Recreation Specialist assists with supervision, coordination, and daily operations of Summer Camps. This position provides healthy, safe and engaging intentional and recreational activities designed to encourage positive social interaction, promote self-esteem and provide a safe and fun environment.

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES
• Plan and lead daily camp activities, fieldtrips and programs for elementary school, middle school and high school youth
• Supervise and ensure safety of all participants during program and/or on fieldtrips
• Encourage and maintain positive behavior and healthy activities for youth
• Encourage and provide positive public relations and excellent customer service
• Enforce District rules & regulations of facility, programs, activities & events
• Attend job specific trainings
• Perform other duties as assigned

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
• Must be able to work the entire program season
• At least 16 years of age, 18+ years old desirable
• Demonstrate experience (paid or volunteer) working with youth in a structured or supervised recreation or after school program
• Possess or obtain by date of employment valid certification in CPR and First Aid
• Attend orientation training
• Bi-lingual a plus, but not necessary

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES
• Ability to create and maintain a positive and engaging environment
• Ability to work independently with minimum supervision
• Experience in programming and working with youth 6 – 17 years old
• Education background in recreation, early childhood education, art, math/science or other related fields is desired
• Strong organizing, team building and communication skills
• Complete required tasks in a timely manner
• Excellent customer service skills

LICENSES, CERTIFICATES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION:
• Proof of U.S. residency
• Ability to obtain First Aid and CPR certification required
• Provide proof of negative TB Skin Test
• Any offer of employment to an adult employee who will have direct contact with minors is conditional upon a satisfactory fingerprint clearance and background check (DOJ).

Building Attendant

Type: Part-Time   |   County: Alameda   |   Agency: Hayward Area Recreation and Park District

Description: Position Classification II; $12.38 – 15.80 per hour/DOE; Part-time

Under general supervision of the Recreation Coordinator II, the Building Attendant is responsible for the proper use of a recreational facility; to make general preparations for recreational activities; and to do related work as required.

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES
• Opening and closing of facility scheduled for use
• Oversee and monitor all indoor and outdoor areas as assigned
• Provide effective customer service in dealing with patrons and participants
• Monitor safety of facility and program environment
• Assist in maintaining and controlling inventory of supplies and equipment
• Enforce District rules & regulations of facility, programs, activities & events
• Attend job specific trainings
• Perform other duties as assigned

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
• Must be able to work weekends and evenings
• Perform manual labor
• At least 18 years of age
• Possess or obtain by date of employment valid certification in CPR and First Aid
• Attend orientation training
• Bi-lingual a plus, but not necessary

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES
• Must have internet and computer experience
• Excellent customer service skills
• Ability to work independently with minimum supervision; establish and maintain effective working relationship with facility users, staff, general public and district employees
• Complete required forms, reports and evaluations in a timely manner

LICENSES, CERTIFICATES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION:
• Proof of U.S. residency
• Ability to obtain First Aid and CPR certification required
• Provide proof of negative TB Skin Test
• Any offer of employment to an adult employee who will have direct contact with minors is conditional upon a satisfactory fingerprint clearance and background check (DOJ).

Senior Program Supervisor - Academics

Type: Full-Time   |   County: San Francisco   |   Agency: Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation

Description: Do you love working with kids and having fun?
Does the idea of creating and fostering an atmosphere for youth to learn and thrive excite you?
Are you passionate about and committed to developing youth and creating engaging educational opportunities that, cultivates the curiosity of young people, and inspires kids to be lifelong learners?
If so, then please continue reading as our Sr. Program Supervisor – Academics role may be the perfect job for you.

SUMMARY
TNDC’s Tenderloin After-School Program (TASP) is a community-based program serving children and youth between the ages of 7 and 18. TASP is committed to providing the highest quality programming and services to program participants. We are currently looking to hire a Senior Program Supervisor whose primary responsibilities are: finding innovative and fun ways to promote academic achievement; spearheading the homework help program during the academic school year, providing school liaison services for children and their families between the ages of 7-12, volunteer coordination and the ability to act as the site lead on behalf of the program manager; as applicable.
The Tenderloin After-School Program (TASP) is a program of the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation. TNDC provides safe, affordable housing with support services for low income people in the Tenderloin. (www.tndc.org)

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
• Develop and implement age appropriate, culturally relevant, daily and special programming, in collaboration with Program Supervisor-activities
• Implement Project Base Learning as assigned
• Plan educational and recreational field trips year-round.
• Serve as Lead Staff for daily homework support program
• Oversees volunteer tutors, for grades 1-8.
• Act as lead staff during Friday recreational teen nights, as scheduled
• Manage weekly program schedule with input for Program Manager and Program Supervisor-Activities
• Administer the volunteer program including; volunteer supervisor, recruitment, training, and retention.
• Lead site staff on behalf of the Program Manager; as applicable.
• Maintain accurate and up-to-date volunteer files.
• Maintain participant enrollment, including detailed maintenance of participant files and information, in both Spanish and English; maintain daily statistics and enter data; submit written and oral reports to the TASP Manager as directed.
• Maintain daily statistics and enter data; submit written and oral reports to the TASP Manager as directed.
• Other duties as assigned by manager.

REQUIRED SKILLS
• Excellent time management
• Proven project management skills
• High degree of independence and initiative
• Exceptional attention to detail.
• Aptitude for sustained creativity to working with children and youth.
• Aptitude for working with youth and staff from diverse cultural backgrounds
• Strong academic and tutoring skills for grades K-8.
• Demonstrated flexibility and capacity to thrive in high-energy, fast-paced environment.
• Responsible and sound problem solving skills
• Value driven approach to applying the theory of positive youth development framework in the development of creating and implementing programming for children and youth
• Ability to develop and maintain positive working relationships with diverse groups of people, individuals, and agencies.
• Demonstrated commitment to culturally diverse programs for youth.
• Excellent team building skills.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
1. Regularly demonstrates discretion and independent judgement.
2. B.A. in Education, Recreation, or related field.
3. Proven ability to incorporate diverse learning styles and teaching styles into daily programming for school aged youth
4. 3 years’ experience providing direct services to low-income, urban youth in Out School Time environment/After School Program environment.
5. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively
6. Demonstrated initiative, creativity and resourcefulness in youth programming.
7. Strong knowledge of Mac and PC systems. Proficient with MS Word and Outlook.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
1. Experience overseeing tutoring/ homework program.
2. Experience negotiating w/public school systems.
3. Familiarity with Project Based Learning.
4. Familiarity with youth and family resources in the San Francisco Bay Area
5. M.A. in Education or related field.
6. 3 years teaching elementary and/or middle school age youth
7. Bilingual (Arabic-English Spanish -English)

Executive Director

Type: Full-Time   |   County: Alameda   |   Agency: LeaderSpring

Description: SCOPE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The Executive Director will provide vision, leadership and oversight to accomplish LeaderSpring’s strategic goals through day-to-day operations of this nationally respected leadership development organization. The new leader will be a change maker with deep listening skills, curiosity and a genuine passion for LeaderSpring’s work.
The next Executive Director will work directly with the Leadership Council to propel the organization to the next level of growth by enhancing its visibility, increasing resources and support for the organization, and focusing on the following key strategic directions:

a.Overseeing a continually improving flagship, the two-year Fellowship program;
b.Expanding the current model of earned revenue;
c.Transforming the traditional models of governance and leadership that are outdated and ineffective.
d.Leading fundraising strategies to increase support from foundations, corporations,major donors and to sustain the success of the annual luncheon, a fundraising event that convenes cross-sector leaders to engage on shared issues of leadership and equity.
e. Enhancing LeaderSpring’s visibility, influence and impact in the community.

KEY RESPONSIBILITY INCLUDE
- Strategy and Planning
Leads short-term and long-term strategic planning and implementation efforts. Partners closely with the Leadership Council to establish long-term goals and works with the staff to oversee performance measures.
- Donor and Fund Development
Drives the creation and achievement of fundraising goals and execution of long-term development strategies including identification, cultivation and solicitation of individual, foundation and corporate donors. Maintains strong relationships with existing funders. Works closely with staff to identify and cultivate potential clients and projects to strengthen LeaderSpring’s consulting 3 arm (which generates significant earned income revenue). Partners with the Leadership Council and staff team toward expanding a culture of giving, and works closely with them to identify and cultivate potential donors and clients.

- Community Partnerships/Public Relations
Builds and maintains key relationships. Inspires and fosters strong, strategic stakeholder connections, including with alumni and funders. Enhances visibility with potential and existing partners by actively promoting and representing knowledge and passion for LeaderSpring’s mission and values in public forums, speaking engagements, conferences and social media outlets.

- Programmatic Oversight
Ensures the effectiveness, high quality and impact of LeaderSpring’s flagship Fellowship program, including ongoing program development, as well as robust participation among alumni and social sector leaders. Oversees measurement and evaluation systems to determine and continually extend the impact of programs and services provided.

- Administrative, Organizational/HR/Staff Development and Fiscal Management
Hires, manages, evaluates, and motivates staff to achieve goals and ensure quality and value throughout all areas of the organization’s programs and operations. Mentors, coaches and develops staff through creating opportunities for them to grow and develop in their work. Ensures that the organization is in good financial health through fiscal management and annual budget development, monitoring and reporting of financials.

- Governance
Works closely with the Leadership Council to recruit, develop, maintain and support a strong and engaged governing body. Oversees the relationship with LeaderSpring’s fiscal sponsor, the Tides Center.

QUALIFICATIONS
The ideal candidate will have at least six years of demonstrated success in leading, managing and growing an organization, and will possess the following: Ability to provide visionary, entrepreneurial and innovative leadership. Demonstrated record of accomplishment in diversifying and growing programs by enhancing participation and financial investments from foundations, individuals, corporations, government entities and other strategic partnerships. Strong public relations, communications and presentation skills with external constituencies.
Experience in partnering effectively with boards comprised of key community leaders. Knowledge and experience in leadership and organizational development.

PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS:
The Executive Director shall embody the following personal characteristics:
Excellent communicator with people at every level, both verbal and written; a leader and bridge builder who can communicate opposing points of view in a professional and compelling manner. Results oriented and resourceful. Proactive, strategic and operational. Can initiate new ideas and relationships while keeping a fast moving train on the tracks. Ability and confidence to make and delegate decisions as needed, work well under pressure, and adapt easily to changing situations and priorities. Good judgment and consensus-building skills. Commitment to the growth, well-being and impact of the social sector and the strength and diversity of its leaders and the communities they serve. Deeply committed to equity, diversity and inclusion. Inspiring, creative, visionary and compassionate. High ethical standards. Sense of humor.

EDUCATION:
Bachelor’s degree is required. We value excellence and expertise demonstrated in a variety of forms. It may be in the form of a master of arts or doctorate degree and/or in other kinds of lived experiences that have led to notable results.

COMPENSATION:
An attractive compensation and benefits package will be provided to the successful candidate.

Education Program Specialist

Type: Part-Time   |   County: Los Angeles   |   Agency: Al Wooten Jr. Heritage Center

Description: Administration, coordination, instruction, supervision, and staff and program development for academic enrichment activities (assessments, homework and tutoring, particularly for math, language arts and STEM, field trips and other events) in our youth center’s afterschool (Aug-Jun) and summer (Jun-Jul) programs for boys and girls in grades 3-12.
• Work hours are Mon-Fri, 1:30-6:30pm for the afterschool, and 9am-6pm in the summer.
• Salary is $15-$17/hour, depending on education and experience.
• Minimum requirement: BA in education or related field, 3 years teaching/tutoring and 2 years administration

Summer Camp Counselor for Kids Cooking Camp

Type: Seasonal   |   County: San Francisco   |   Agency: YUM Chefs/ Open Mind

Description: We are looking for fun and food loving camp counselors for our kids summer cooking camp! In this position, you will assist our Summer Camp Director in guiding enthusiastic kids aged 5-14 in the kitchen, garden, and playground. Enthusiasm for games, arts and crafts is welcome and encouraged! In addition to gaining kitchen experience, counselors will also have opportunities to work on communication outreach, blog writing, and activity planning.

QUALITIES AND REQUIREMENTS:
- Schedule is M-F, with staggered beginning and ending times from 8:30am-5:00pm from May 22nd - August 18th.
- Hours are 30-35 hours per week. Camp is closed Memorial Day and 4th of July
- Compensation: $15/ hour and lots of delicious snacks!
- Experience with childcare required, and summer camp counseling experience preferred. A majority of the day is spent cooking with the children as they prepare their own lunches and afternoon snacks. We also do some arts and crafts activities, spend time in our garden and playscape, read books, and other fun summery things.
- Knowledge of and enthusiasm for cooking/food is STRONGLY preferred - our days are very cooking-centric. We encourage everyone to try all the foods we make and it helps if counselors are able to lead by example and with genuine enthusiasm.
- Qualities we are looking for in candidates: Sense of urgency, attention to detail, ability to multi­task, and a sense of ease when working with children and parents. An excellent candidate will keep calm under pressure, feel comfortable managing groups of children, and will act independently to undertake small projects to improve the efficiency and efficacy of our camps.
- CPR and ServeSafe training are required.

Executive Director

Type: Full-Time   |   County: Fresno   |   Agency: Central Valley Afterschool Foundation

Description: The Executive Director (ED) reports to the Board of Directors, and has the overall strategic and operational responsibility for effectively executing the mission of the Central Valley Afterschool Foundation (CVAF).

RESPONSIBILITIES
Leadership & Management (approximately 40% of position focus):
• Board: Actively engage and energize CVAF Board members. Serve as ex-officio of each committee.
• Partner relationships: Develop and maintain healthy partnerships with other organizations, stakeholders and funders.
• Fund development: Lead and grow revenue generating and fundraising activities to support existing program operations and expansion. Leverage professional contacts and resources to develop new opportunities.
• Grants and contracts: Develop proposals and oversee implementation of grants awarded. Coordinate and manage all CVAF subcontractors.
• Work plan and budget: Work with the Board to develop, implement and manage CVAF work plan and organization budget.
• Public relations: Speak on behalf of CVAF, acting as public relations representative. Oversee marketing and communications efforts. Enhance CVAF image by engaging with a wide range of stakeholders.
• Advocacy: Articulate to policy makers and other stakeholders the crucial role of afterschool programs; ensure research supporting afterschool programs is known and understood.

PROGRAMMATIC (approximately 60% of position focus):
1. Program development: In conjunction with the Board, stakeholders and funders, develop and plan Board-approved projects. Implement programs, ensuring objectives are met.
2. Technical assistance: Provide technical assistance and training for CVAF contracts. Ensure ongoing local programmatic excellence, rigorous program evaluation, and consistent quality of finance and administration, fundraising, communications, and systems. Recommend timelines and resources needed to achieve strategic goals.
3. Publications: Coordinate the research, development and publishing of CVAF publications, including the Journal of Expanded Learning Opportunities (JELO).

QUALIFICATIONS
The ED will be thoroughly committed to the mission of Central Valley Afterschool Foundation. Selected candidate will have proven leadership, fund development, and programmatic expertise including but not limited to summer school, supplemental education services, literacy, recreation, and workforce development. Preferred requirements include:
• Master’s degree with management experience.
• Track record of effectively leading an outcomes-based organization and staff.
• Past success working with a board of directors including cultivating board member relationships.
• Strong public relations and fundraising experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders and cultures.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills; a persuasive communicator with excellent interpersonal skills.
• Ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people.
• Passion, integrity, positive attitude, mission-driven and self-directed.

OTHER
Travel within region required; out-of-region and overnight travel required as needed. A valid California Drivers’ License and proof of insurance are required.

PHYSICAL CONDITIONS
• Required job duties include sedentary work with walking, standing, lifting and/or carrying a maximum of 20 pounds.
• Sitting and/or standing with bending and reaching.
• Talking, seeing, reading, speaking and hearing.
• Repetitive use of arms and hands.

FAMILY PROGRAMS COORDINATOR – EAST BAY

Type: Full-Time   |   County: Alameda   |   Agency: Our Family Coalition (OFC)

Description: Position Responsibilities:
The Programs Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and implementing family support programs in the East Bay as well as providing support in the implementation of other OFC programs.

Key Responsibilities:
• Develop programs for LGBTQ families, their allies and others from diverse ethnic, cultural, linguistic and socio-economic backgrounds;
• Coordinate logistics, outreach, implementation, and follow-up for Family Programs;
• Work with communications team to produce materials (flyers, handouts, surveys, etc.) for EB family support programs in both digital and hard copy;
• Cultivate relationships with families/parents, provide parents with tools to advocate for their children/families, and support strong parent leadership within OFC;
• Represent OFC in the community and at various venues, including meetings, interagency collaborations, and media, to further equality of all LGBTQ families;
• Build collaborative efforts between OFC and other community based organizations;
• Supervise EB Family Programs Associate, as well as interns and/or volunteers;
• Work closely and collaboratively with other team members, volunteers and interns;
• Work with other team members to collect, enter and compile participant data into both external public funder and internal databases;
• Track grants deliverables, prepare necessary grant report narratives, and work directly with the Programs Director to ensure each program is meeting proposal conditions and expectations;
• Provide information and referrals to assist in family building, child development and other needs of LGBTQ families;
• Work collaboratively with other program staff to plan and implement OFC’s dynamic and growing social, advocacy and educational programming;
• Other duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications:
• 3+ years program management, community outreach and/or organizing experience;
• Experience managing multiple activities with timely completion and follow-up;
• Comfortable doing in-person outreach to new individuals/groups;
• Demonstrated familiarity with diverse LGBTQ communities;
• Experience working with people from diverse ethnic, linguistic, socioeconomic and cultural communities;
• Familiarity with intersectional organizing and social justice issues;
• Ability to design basic outreach materials and experience with social media;
• Experience with data entry, program tracking and/or evaluation software;
• Strong interpersonal skills;
• Quick learner with initiative;
• Creative and strategic thinker, interested in sharing and implementing ideas;
• Able to work both independently and collaboratively;
• Very organized and detailed oriented, with understanding of big picture;
• Ability to work nights and weekends, including regular evening group(s);
• Familiarity with Bay Area resources for families.

Additional Desired Qualifications:
• Valid driver’s license and access to personal vehicle (mileage reimbursement provided);
• Bilingual (speak/write a second language fluently in addition to English).

Compensation and Terms
This is a full-time position (37.5 hours/week), reporting to the Family Programs Director. The position is salaried and includes fully paid health care and dental premiums for the employee and minor dependents.

FAMILY PROGRAMS COORDINATOR – SAN FRANCISCO

Type: Full-Time   |   County: Alameda   |   Agency: Our Family Coalition (OFC)

Description: Position Responsibilities:
The Programs Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and implementing family support programs in the East Bay as well as providing support in the implementation of other OFC programs.

Key Responsibilities:
• Develop programs for LGBTQ families, their allies and others from diverse ethnic, cultural, linguistic and socio-economic backgrounds;
• Coordinate logistics, outreach, implementation, and follow-up for Family Programs;
• Work with communications team to produce materials (flyers, handouts, surveys, etc.) for EB family support programs in both digital and hard copy;
• Cultivate relationships with families/parents, provide parents with tools to advocate for their children/families, and support strong parent leadership within OFC;
• Represent OFC in the community and at various venues, including meetings, interagency collaborations, and media, to further equality of all LGBTQ families;
• Build collaborative efforts between OFC and other community based organizations;
• Supervise EB Family Programs Associate, as well as interns and/or volunteers;
• Work closely and collaboratively with other team members, volunteers and interns;
• Work with other team members to collect, enter and compile participant data into both external public funder and internal databases;
• Track grants deliverables, prepare necessary grant report narratives, and work directly with the Programs Director to ensure each program is meeting proposal conditions and expectations;
• Provide information and referrals to assist in family building, child development and other needs of LGBTQ families;
• Work collaboratively with other program staff to plan and implement OFC’s dynamic and growing social, advocacy and educational programming;
• Other duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications:
• 3+ years program management, community outreach and/or organizing experience;
• Experience managing multiple activities with timely completion and follow-up;
• Comfortable doing in-person outreach to new individuals/groups;
• Demonstrated familiarity with diverse LGBTQ communities;
• Experience working with people from diverse ethnic, linguistic, socioeconomic and cultural communities;
• Familiarity with intersectional organizing and social justice issues;
• Ability to design basic outreach materials and experience with social media;
• Experience with data entry, program tracking and/or evaluation software;
• Strong interpersonal skills;
• Quick learner with initiative;
• Creative and strategic thinker, interested in sharing and implementing ideas;
• Able to work both independently and collaboratively;
• Very organized and detailed oriented, with understanding of big picture;
• Ability to work nights and weekends, including regular evening group(s);
• Familiarity with Bay Area resources for families.

Additional Desired Qualifications:
• Valid driver’s license and access to personal vehicle (mileage reimbursement provided);
• Bilingual (speak/write a second language fluently in addition to English).

Compensation and Terms
This is a full-time position (37.5 hours/week), reporting to the Family Programs Director. The position is salaried and includes fully paid health care and dental premiums for the employee and minor dependents.

Science Action Club Instructional Designer

Type: Seasonal   |   County: San Francisco   |   Agency: Science Action Club

Description: Reporting to the Science Action Club (SAC) Senior Manager, the SAC Instructional Designer will play a key role in the design and production of digital and printed resources for STEM learning in out-of-school time.
This includes building blended and virtual trainings for afterschool and summer camp educators, as well as creating and enhancing environmental science activities for middle school youth. Come join a team of talented professionals dedicated to transforming science education and environmental literacy at scale.

Qualified applicants for this position are fun and flexible, creative and collaborative, with expertise in online learning tools and strategies, graphic design skills, and experience with informal science education.