Laundry Attendant (Non-Exempt)
$17.00-$19.00 per hour
The Laundry Attendant is responsible for ensure that all linen, towels and any other identified items are cleaned and processed in a timely fashion and according to facility standards.
- Complete any laundry tasks in a timely fashion
- Sort all linen and items for cleaning
- Wash/dry/iron linen, towels and other items assigned
- Clean and maintain machinery
- Clean and maintain laundry room
$18.00-$20.00 per hour
The Janitor is responsible for routine janitorial work of the facility. This may include cleaning and sanitizing offices, meeting rooms, bathrooms, kitchen and dormitory.
- Performs general cleaning and janitorial duties in the common areas of the building.
- Performs minor repairs and maintenance such as replacing light fixtures or unclogging pipes.
- Assists in cleaning and sanitizing restrooms, office space and dormitory.
Food Service Attendant (Non-Exempt)
$16.00-$17.00 per hour
The Food Service Attendant is responsible to provide routine food preparation and customer assistance services throughout the facility.
- Prepares and serves drinks and foods according to agency specifications.
- Operates stove/range, broiler, or deep-fryer to prepare specific foods.
- Maintains, cleans, and sanitizes work stations.
- Cleans and sanitizes dishes, utensils, pots, pans, and other containers and returns
to appropriate location in the kitchen area.
Maintenance Worker (Non-Exempt)
Salary: $18.00-$20.00 per hour
The Maintenance Worker will perform general maintenance and repairs for assigned equipment and facilities including plumbing, electrical, basic carpentry, heating and cooling, and other building systems.
- Inspects and identifies equipment or machines in need of repair.
- Troubleshoots issues to determine necessary repairs.
- Plans repair work using building’s blueprints or equipment manual as needed.
- Performs general repairs that do not require a specialized technician. Examples may include repairing drywall, painting, and repairing doors and other building fixtures.
Career Advisor Full-time (Non-Exempt)
Salary Range (DOE): $20.00-$25.00 per hour
The Career Advisor provides intakes and career assessments, job readiness training, job placement and coaching, and related assistance to homeless TAY.
- Conduct orientations (individual and group), intakes and career assessments with job-seekers and develop Individual Employment Plans (IEPs) for each participant.
- Coordinate referrals to employers, workforce programs, training opportunities and other placements, and to case managers as needed.
- Data Entry – input/submit clients to platforms used by Success Centers, WFC, Salesforce, GMS, CMS, etc.
Salary Range (DOE): $54,080 – 60,000
The Job Developer will cultivate, grow, and actively maintain lasting partnerships with employers in San Francisco and nearby counties (San Mateo, Alameda). S/he will conduct outreach to area businesses, participate in local business and community networks, and develop a menu of services to support the hiring process in San Francisco Bay Area businesses. S/he will provide assistance to job readiness/placement services.
- Cultivate and establish mutually beneficial relationships with San Francisco and Bay Area businesses to secure ongoing employment opportunities for Success Centers’ participants.
- Generate job leads that match qualifications of Success Centers participants, including warm leads through online job boards and other relevant sources. Actively help identify and manage job announcements for various Success Centers job boards with weekly updates.
- External liaison representing Success Centers in the business community;
The School Counselor provides individual and group counseling to students in need of additional social-emotional support. School Counselors will work primarily with students on developing and implementing Individual Education Plans and general education needs, including obtaining their GED or High School Diploma. The School Counselor will communicate on-going student progress to parents/guardians, general education teachers, school administration, and other service professionals via progress reporting. This position also connects students to Job Readiness Training and the career pathway services.
Location: San Francisco
Salary Range: $18 – $20/Hour
The key responsibilities of this position are to build and maintain positive relationships with a range of organizations, community leaders, businesses, churches and Residents, while marketing the agency’s services. The Community Liaison will be responsible for handling request from the community to participate and coordinate community events. Will serve as a mediator in resolving issues that arise in the Career Center with the community we serve.
Read the full Job Description here. To apply, please send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Success Centers values inclusivity and honors differences in race/ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic level, and sexual orientation. Candidates who will contribute to the diversity of our staff are encouraged to apply.
Community Hub Initiative Tutor Intern (Non-Exempt, Part-Time)
Location: EETC-1245 Howard St, San Francisco
Salary Range: $16.50 per hour (This duration of this position is 3-6 months)
Under the supervision of the CHI Coordinator, the CHI Tutor Intern will provide logistical and program support to the Hub participants Monday through Friday from 12.00pm to 4.30pm.
Career Navigator Intern (Non-Exempt, Part-Time)
Location: Oakland Site-2577 MacArthur Blvd. Oakland, CA
Salary Range: $16.50 per hour
The ideal candidate is a Youth (age18-24) looking for professional experience in career development or non-profit work.
- Assist with Employer Spotlights and Job Readiness Training as needed
- Assist with answering phones professionally, checking messages and sending out invites
- Create marketing materials (e.g., flyers, PowerPoint, Google Slides, brochures, toolkits, etc. with Adobe Suite)
- Assist with facility maintenance (clean and replenish supplies)
- Take temperatures of guests and perform COVID-19 safety procedures.
Our board of directors reflects the skills, resources, and stories of our community. Working closely with the staff, board members support our work through abundant acts of advocacy, generosity, and wisdom.
Are you interested in learning more and perhaps becoming part of our hard-working board? Contact us at email@example.com.