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Job Title: Maintenance Worker (Non-Exempt)
Salary: $18.00-$20.00 per hour
Deadline to Apply: Open Until Filled

Organizational Overview

Success Centers (SC) is a non-profit corporation founded in 1983 by Superior Court Judges who saw the need to improve the educational and vocational outcomes for the for youth engaged in the juvenile justice and foster care systems. Since then, SC has grown to provide comprehensive workforce development and education services to youth and adults who face multiple barriers to career development. SC envisions a vibrant and just society that inspires individual transformation, and understands the key role that workforce development plays in creating meaningful and productive lives.

Position Overview
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.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
• Ability to follow instructions from supervisors or senior maintenance workers.
• Knowledge of general carpentry and repair.
• Ability to use hand tools and power tools.
• Excellent organizational and time management skills.

Job Tasks
Specific responsibilities include:

• 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.
• Performs routine maintenance on building systems.
• Cleans and assists with upkeep of the facilities.
• Orders supplies and materials needed for repairs and maintenance.
• Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications
• Effective Communication skills.
• High school diploma or equivalent required.
• Related experience preferred.

Physical Requirements:
• Prolonged periods standing and walking.
• Must be physically able to climb ladders, bend, or crawl into awkward spaces.
• Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds at a time.

Success Centers is an equal opportunity employer. This opportunity is at-will and is dependent on the availability of funds. To apply please forward your resume and a cover letter to HR@successcenters.org or submit them in the form below.

For more information on this position, please contact Tracy Green at tgreen@successcenters.org

 
SITE MANAGER– TAY NAVIGATION CENTER

3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic is a community-based agency providing youth in the Bayview Hunters Point with medical and behavioral health services that encourage them to make decisions that support their health, safety and development. 3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic also manages a number of successful Transitional Age Youth (TAY) housing stabilization programs and one of the city’s few Youth Access Points.
In an exciting new venture, 3rd Street has partnered with Success Centers to operate the Lower Polk Transition Age Navigation Center located at 888 Post Street. The Navigation Center provides a safe and affirming place for TAY and services to stabilize and achieve their housing goals. The Navigation Center systems of support work in concert to assist TAY residents with public benefits, health services, problem- solving, and housing, as available. The Navigation Center model is a low barrier, harm reduction model.

SUMMARY OF POSITION

The Site Manager is a key position and is responsible for running and operationalizing the 3rd Street TAY Navigation Center. This position provides direct supervision to supervisors and indirect staff supervision. The Site Manager is a leadership position responsible for overall operations, staff management and delivery of services while ensuring adherence to Navigation Center policies.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Oversight of daily operations of the Navigation Center.
• Ensure quality provision of all direct services. Maintain focus on client needs, client satisfaction and results driven approach.
• Promptly and effectively address critical and emergency situations. Use problem solving for difficult issues and situations.
• Motivate staff by providing leadership, guidance and constructive feedback.
• Oversee and implement the policies and procedures of the Navigation Center.
• Ensure that the shelter training manual is adhered to and understood by all staff.
• Supervise key staff including setting performance goals, monitoring performance and resolving problems.
• Ensure consistent provision of all services including the One Entry System.
• Maintain and compile statistical data for reports.
• Screen, interview, hire and orient new employees.
• Lead Navigation Center staff meetings and communicate essential information from upper management.
• Participate in appropriate on-going staff development and training.
• Oversee all facilities, including maintenance and upkeep staff.
• Work evening and weekend shifts to meet program needs.
• Perform other appropriate duties as assigned.

MINIUMIM QUALIFICATIONS:
• Two years of experience working with the diversity of the homeless population, particularly with unhoused persons living on the streets of San Francisco.
• Minimum two years supervisory experience.
• Demonstrated leadership skills.
• Strong organizational and communication skills.
• Ability to manage conflict and resolve problems.
• Prior work experience with homelessness issues, preferably in direct services.
• Knowledge of community agencies and networking.
• Ability to de-escalate crisis situations and make decisions under pressure.
• Sensitivity to the needs of diverse ethnic and cultural populations.
• Ability to maintain professional boundaries with staff, volunteers and clients.
• Growth-oriented team player.
• Complies with and supports the overall mission, core values and vision of 3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• BA/BS degree in Social Services, Business Management or related field.
• Bilingual Spanish preferred.

IMPORTANT POSITION DETAILS & COMPENSATION:
• This is a 40 hours FTE exempt position. The salary maximum is $72,000, DOE, with a competitive benefits package.
• This position requires current CPR and First Aid certification. Upon hire obtain negative result of TB test and fingerprint via live scan system.
• Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance we will consider for employment qualified candidates with arrest and conviction records.

The 3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic is an equal opportunity employer committed to a policy of equal treatment and opportunity in every aspect of its hiring and promotion process without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, partnership status, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital, parental or familial status, national origin, ethnicity, alienage or citizenship status, veteran or military status, age, disability, or any other legally protected basis. Please submit a cover letter describing your interest and a resume to Sakeenah El-Amin at sakeenah@3rdstyouth.org or submit them in the form below.

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Job Title: Food Service Attendant (Non-Exempt)
Salary: $16.00-$17.00 per hour
Deadline to Apply: Open Until Filled

Organizational Overview
Success Centers (SC) is a non-profit corporation founded in 1983 by Superior Court Judges who saw the need to improve the educational and vocational outcomes for the for youth engaged in the juvenile justice and foster care systems. Since then, SC has grown to provide comprehensive workforce development and education services to youth and adults who face multiple barriers to career development. SC envisions a
vibrant and just society that inspires individual transformation, and understands the key role that workforce development plays in creating meaningful and productive lives.

Position Overview
The Food Service Attendant is responsible to provide routine food preparation and customer assistance services throughout the facility.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
• Ability to read and follow instructions.
• Good verbal communication skills.
• Ability to operate cooking and food preparation equipment.
• Understanding of proper food handling and sanitation procedures.

Job Tasks
Specific responsibilities include:
• Prepares and serves drinks and foods according to agency specifications.
• Assists with food preparation as directed, operating food production equipment as required to complete tasks.
• Operates stove/range, broiler, or deep-fryer to prepare specific foods.
• Arranges table settings and folds napkins according to agency standard.
• Clears, cleans, and sanitizes tables.
• 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.
• Refills condiments or other supplies.
• Follows all safety and sanitation guidelines and regulations to ensure quality food service.
• Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications
• Effective Communication skills.
• Previous experience a plus, but not required.
• Must pass a background check.
• Possess or have the ability to obtain a food handler certification.

Physical Requirements:
• Prolonged periods standing and walking.
• Must be able to access and navigate all areas of agency.
• Must be able to lift up to 35 pounds at times.
• May be required work in excessive heat and cold in association with the kitchen environment.

Success Centers is an equal opportunity employer. This opportunity is at-will and is dependent on the availability of funds. To apply please forward your resume and a cover letter to hr@successcenters.org or submit them below.

For more information on this job position, please contact Tracy Green at tgreen@successcenters.org.

 

Job Title: Workforce Site Manager Full-Time (Exempt)
Salary Range (DOE): $29.00-$31.25 per hour
Deadline to Apply: Open Until Filled

Organizational Overview
The Success Center (SC) is a non-profit corporation founded in 1983 by Superior Court Judges who saw the need to improve the educational and vocational outcomes for the for youth engaged in the juvenile justice and foster care systems. Since then, SC has grown to provide comprehensive workforce development and education services to youth and adults who face multiple barriers to career development. SC envisions a vibrant and just society that inspires individual transformation, and understands the key role that workforce development plays in creating meaningful and productive lives.

Position Overview
The Workforce Site Manager is responsible for managing the operations of the TAY Navigation Center. Responsibilities are primarily administrative/managerial in nature involving significant authority over various day-to-day activities and services. This position provides direct and indirect supervision to center staff.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
• Principles and practices of facility management
• Principles and practices of organization and personnel management
• Principles and practices of budgeting
• Principles and practices of public relations
• Community agencies and networking

Leadership Skills
• Strong organizational and communication skills
• Conflict management and resolution skills
• Use of computers, computer applications, and software skills
• Ability to administer and monitor budget
• Ability to understand, identify, and resolve issues and other operational needs
• Ability to make decisions under pressure and in crisis situations
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, volunteers, and clients
• Ability to work with and respond to the needs of diverse ethnic and cultural populations
• Ability to supervise, train, and evaluate staff

Job Tasks
Specific responsibilities include:
• Oversight of daily operations of the TAY Navigation Center
• Direct and implement policies and procedures within the Center
• Ensure the quality provision of direct services
• Effectively address critical and emergency situations.
• Problem solve and develop win-win solutions to difficult issues and situations
• Motivate staff through leadership, guidance, and constructive feedback
• Participate in staff development activities and training
• Lead staff meetings and communicate essential information to Center team
• Maintain and compile statistical data for reports
• Hire and orient new employees
• Work evening and weekend shifts as needed
• Perform other or related duties as assigned

Qualifications
• Two years of responsible experience performing facility management and/or providing direct services, including two years of supervisory experience. Experience working with the homeless population particularly unhoused persons living on the streets of San Francisco is highly desirable.
• A Bachelor’s degree with major coursework in Business Management, Social Services, or related field.

Success Center SF is an equal opportunity employer. This opportunity is at-will and is dependent on the availability of funds. To apply please forward your resume and a cover letter to hr@successcenters.org or fill out the application below.

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Job Title: Security Guard (Non-Exempt)
Salary: $17.00-$19.00 per hour
Deadline to Apply: Open Until Filled

Organizational Overview
Success Centers (SC) is a non-profit corporation founded in 1983 by Superior Court Judges who saw the need to improve the educational and vocational outcomes for the for youth engaged in the juvenile justice and foster care systems. Since then, SC has grown to provide comprehensive workforce development and education services to youth and adults who face multiple barriers to career development. SC envisions a
vibrant and just society that inspires individual transformation, and understands the key role that workforce development plays in creating meaningful and productive lives.

Position Overview
The Security Guard will protect people and property from possible criminal activity.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
• Excellent observational skills and attention to detail.
• Authoritative verbal communication skills.
• Ability to remain calm in high-pressure situations.
• Ability to learn the layout of the property and buildings.

Job Tasks
Specific responsibilities include:
• Patrols and monitors safety of guest and staff in assigned area.
• Deescalate confrontation, irate persons.
• Reports suspicious and inappropriate activities to Manager of the Day.
• Monitors surveillance cameras, inspects property, and monitors crowds.
• After business hours, checks doors, windows, and gates to ensure the property is secure.
• Investigates reports of suspicious activity on the property.
• Reasonably detains persons suspected of criminal activity until law enforcement arrives.
• Escorts discharged staff, trespassers, and other unwelcome parties off the premises.
• Contacts law enforcement or fire department in case of an emergency.
• Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications
• Effective Communication skills.
• Take detailed notes for logs and incident reports.
• Security guard training certification preferred.
• First Aid and CPR certified or obtain within the first 60 days of employment.
• Previous experience a plus, but not required.

Physical Requirements:
• Ability to patrol the property and access areas quickly.
• Physically able to capture and detain individuals if necessary.
• Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and monitoring surveillance equipment.
• Must be able to lift 50 pounds at a time.

Success Centers is an equal opportunity employer. To apply please forward your resume and a cover letter to hr@successcenters.org.

For more information on this position, please contact Loria Price at lprice@successcenters.org or Patricia Tu at ptu@successcenters.org.

 
Job Title: Asset Property Manager Part-Time (Non-Exempt)
Salary Range (DOE): $36.00-$38.45 per hour
Deadline to Apply: Open Until Filled

Organizational Overview
The Success Center (SC) is a non-profit corporation founded in 1983 by Superior Court Judges who saw the need to improve the educational and vocational outcomes for the for youth engaged in the juvenile justice and foster care systems. Since then, SC has grown to provide comprehensive workforce development and education services to youth and adults who face multiple barriers to career development. SC envisions a vibrant and just society that inspires individual transformation, and understands the key role that workforce development plays in creating meaningful and productive lives.

Position Overview
The Success Centers/AND Asset Manager is directly responsible for ensuring the long-term financial health of Center Housing’s properties and that the properties meet Affordable Housing, owner and lender requirements. Acting on own initiative, the Asset Manager is responsible for reviewing and analyzing the portfolio against benchmark performance and assisting in the development of
corrective action plans to address property issues. This position is integrally involved in monitoring budget-to-actual variances and communicates issues and proposed solutions to the CEO, CFO, COO. The Asset Manager will work closely with the senior team on projects relating to portfolio performance.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
• Able to access/interpret labor market information
• Effective written, verbal, and presentation skills
• Proficiency in MS Office, and an understanding of client database systems
• Understands the special employment needs of diverse groups and is able to adapt materials and services to address these needs
• Strong customer service skills
• Respects and has knowledge of cultures, ethnicities, gender, sexual orientations and age groups other than one’s own, able to work effectively with all.
• Flexible and a self-starter; able to multi-task while also being highly detailoriented

Job Tasks
Specific responsibilities include:
• Acts as primary contact for lenders, investors, municipalities and other regulatory agencies for budget questions and approvals.
• Oversight of agency’s relationship with Property Management including analyzing budgets against benchmarks and goals and proposing solutions to operating cashflow, financial ratio issues, and long-term capital needs. Review of property management logs for rent, repairs and related requests.
• Review budgets and convene monthly Asset Management review meetings to ensure properties are meeting affordability, operating expense per unit, reserve funding, and surplus cash distribution goals as required under all agreements or regulations.
• Ensures timely compliance with all funder requirements, audits and reports.
• Reviews long-term capital plans for portfolio properties, suggesting adjustments if necessary for investor and lender needs and remains up to date on major projects planned for each year.
• Monitors portfolio to ensure that operating expenses are in-line with budget and that variance explanations meet Affordable Housing and investor/lender requirements.
• Prepares and tracks all replacement reserve draw requests.
• Liaison to agency Affordable Housing consultants
• Researches partnership agreements, financing documents, regulatory agreements, tax returns and other source documents to determine constraints and barriers to long-term needs.
• Ensures that all financial plans and regulatory agreements meet asset management requirements. Reports monthly in the Asset Management meeting with any issues.
• Completes schedule of portfolio analysis and summary reports as requested.
• Reviews and identifies Regulatory Agreement and Loan Document compliance related restrictions.
• Provides budget, asset management and other trainings as required to the Property Supervisors.
• Creates a positive work environment with a focus on cross-functional collaboration and teamwork.
• Attends agency/investor-sponsored training.
• Attends mandatory meetings and trainings
• Actively participates in Success Centers’ Safety Plan
• Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education/training/experience.
• 5 years as an Asset Manager.
• Experience in reporting to and working with agencies such as HUD, TCAC, CHFA, HOME, USRDA, HCD, RHCP, and investors desired.
• COS and LIHTC certified desired.
• Certified Housing Asset Manager (CHAM©) desired.

Success Center SF is an equal opportunity employer. This opportunity is at-will and is dependent on the availability of funds. To apply please forward your resume and a cover letter to hr@successcenters.org or submit them in the application below.

For more information on this position, please contact Genny Price at vprice@successcenters.org.

 
SHIFT SUPERVISOR – TAY NAVIGATION CENTER

3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic is a community-based agency providing youth in the Bayview Hunters Point with medical and behavioral health services that encourage them to make decisions that support their health, safety and development. 3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic also manages a number of successful Transitional Age Youth (TAY) housing stabilization programs and one of the city’s few Youth Access Points.

In an exciting new venture, 3rd Street has partnered with Success Centers to operate the Lower Polk Transition Age Navigation Center located at 888 Post Street. The Navigation Center provides a safe and affirming place for TAY and services to stabilize and achieve their housing goals. The Navigation Center systems of support work in concert to assist TAY residents with public benefits, health services, problem- solving, and housing, as available. The Navigation Center model is a low barrier, harm reduction model.

SUMMARY OF POSITION
This position provides a full range of direct services to clients. Under the supervision of the Site Manager, the Shift Supervisor manages the operation of the Navigation Center, which provides case management services, meals and temporary housing to unhoused TAY during assessment and transition to other services. The Shift Supervisor is responsible for support of and adherence to the mission of 3rd Street Youth Center & the Navigation Center. This position provides direct supervision to Program staff overseeing activities in the Navigation Center ensuring the safety of residents and staff.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Provide leadership to staff. Supervision of staff, including coaching, evaluating, staff development and training.
• Ensure quality provision of all direct services. Maintain focus on client needs, client satisfaction and results driven approach. Consult with staff as necessary and provide guidance.
• Promptly and effectively address critical and emergency situations. Use problem solving for difficult issues and situations. Communicate critical issues to all appropriate supervisors and team leaders.
• Be accessible for emergencies and back-up for other shifts when needed. Requires some additional hours for meetings and trainings.
• Comply with all Homelessness and Supportive Housing contractual requirements and maintain records for quality assurance and reporting.
• Complete and submit daily shift reports to the Site Manager at the end of every shift.
• Oversight of access to and security of the storage facility.
• Document and communicate on a daily basis all facets of the operation to the Site Manager.
• Develop and maintain weekly work schedules, post assignments and responsibilities for staff.
• Review and approve all Program Monitor timesheets on a weekly basis.
• Review and process holiday and vacation request forms.
• Attend weekly meetings with Site Manager.
• Attend all meetings and trainings as assigned.
• Oversee the implementation of all Navigation Center policies and procedures.
• Oversee maintenance and cleanliness of the Navigation Center.
• Monitor the injury and illness prevention program and OSHA requirements
• Perform other duties assigned

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• Two years of experience working with the diversity of the homeless population, particularly with unhoused persons living on the streets of San Francisco.
• Strong organizational and communication skills.
• Proficient in data entry and Microsoft Word.
• Ability to maintain accurate records.
• Ability to lead and motivate staff.
• Ability to learn new software and other skills as needed.
• Experience in working with people who are navigating mental illness or substance abuse preferred.
• Sensitivity to the needs of diverse ethnic, cultural, religious, gender/transgender populations.
• Ability to de-escalate crisis situations and make decisions under pressure while maintaining
professionalism.
• Ability to maintain professional rapport and boundaries with staff, volunteers and clients.
• Commitment to the mission of 3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Four-year degree in Social Services or related field.
• Bilingual: English and Spanish preferred.

IMPORTANT POSITION DETAILS & COMPENSATION:
• This is a 40 hours FTE exempt position. The salary maximum is $65,000, DOE, with a competitive benefits package.
• This position requires current CPR and First Aid certification. Upon hire obtain negative result of TB test and fingerprint via live scan system.
• Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance we will consider for employment qualified candidates with arrest and conviction records.

The 3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic is an equal opportunity employer committed to a policy of equal treatment and opportunity in every aspect of its hiring and promotion process without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, partnership status, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital, parental or familial status, national origin, ethnicity, alienage or citizenship status, veteran or military status, age, disability, or any other legally protected basis. Please submit a cover letter describing your interest and a resume to Sakeenah El-Amin at sakeenah@3rdstyouth.org or submit them in the form below.

 
Division: Management
Effective Date: ASAP

Mission Statement

Rooted in Bayview Hunters Point, the mission of 3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic is to help youth throughout the San Francisco Bay Area make healthy and safe decisions that improve their physical, emotional, and social health, empowering them to become successful, engaged adults.

Vision Statement

Our vision is to support the physical, mental and social health and well-being of youth so that they may become active, contributing members of the San Francisco Bay Area or their communities.

Job Summary

The Operations Manager will be responsible for day-to-day operations, managing the organization’s HR processes with the HR department, creating organizational and program budgets in collaboration with the ED and Deputy Director. Reporting to the ED and serving as a member of the management team, this position’s primary responsibility is ensuring organizational effectiveness by providing leadership for the organization’s financial and operational functions. Working with the management team, the position also con tributes to the development and implementation of organizational strategies, policies, and practices. This position will also interact with the Board of Directors.

The successful candidate will work well in a busy, self-motivated, bilingual environment that requires a high level of organization with an attention to detail, and proficiency in multitasking and prioritizing tasks, strong communication abilities with a range of stakeholders, creativity, and an ability to identify and adapt well to evolving needs and opportunities.

Duties and Responsibilities

Coordination
● Coordinate, manage and monitor the workings of various departments in the organization.

Financial
● Assist in preparation of budgets.
● Manage office expenditure within the expenditure budgetary limits.
● Maintain, manage and update records of all inventories.
● Assist in the preparation of various financial statements and records periodically.

Development
● Work closely with Executive Director and Development Coordinator to support all development functions
● Maintain the donor database using Excel (using pivot tables) and other development features
● Handle all incoming contributions (processing, follow-up, acknowledgments) and handle financial reconciliations with the accounting/finance team
● Handle outgoing and incoming communications with existing and prospective donors
● Create, implement and manage development campaigns
● Research and cultivate potential partnerships with corporations and individuals
● Manage grant applications (either through a contracted company or applying
directly)
● Oversee the development and successful implementation of fundraising events
● Engage the Board, Development and Finance Department, and all existing or potential donors with regular communications
● Organize tour travel experience for donors.

Office Administration
Coordinate overall administrative activities including, but not limited to:
● Manage office communications (email, calls, etc.)
● Negotiate the purchase of office supplies, equipment, etc. ● Organize meetings and manage office calendar
● Create meeting materials and write minutes
● Manage mass mailing campaigns
● Organize and execute holiday mailing
● Organize and update the contact database
● Troubleshoot IT issues
● Coordinate general building maintenance as needed

Best Practices
● Improve processes and policies in support of organizational goals
● Formulate and implement departmental and organizational policies and procedures to maximize output
● Monitor adherence to rules, regulations, and procedures

Human Resources
● Working with the ED and Deputy Director to plan the use of human resources
● Assist in recruitment and placement of required staff
● Assist in the establishment of organizational structure, the delegation of tasks and accountabilities
● Establish work schedules

Communication
● Monitor, manage and improve the efficiency of support services such as IT, HR, Accounts, and Finance
● Facilitate coordination and communication between support functions

Strategic Input
● Liaison with Board and ED
● Assist in the development of strategic plans for operational activity
● Implement and manage operational plans

Risk Management
● Coordinate organizational insurance policies
● Ensure health and safety committee meetings are held and tasks assigned

Other duties as they may come up.

Minimum Qualifications
● Bachelor’s degree in Management, Business, or HR and at least three years of relevant professional experience or BA in any field with at least five years of relevant professional experience.
● Knowledge and experience in organizational effectiveness and operations management implementing best practices
● Microsoft Office proficiency, including Word, Excel and pivot tables, PowerPoint, Google Suite
● Exceptional oral and written communication skills
● Excellent organizational and problem-solving skills, with attention to detail
● Ability to multitask and prioritize assignments
● Desire to take initiative on projects
● Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
● Excellent interpersonal skills and a collaborative management style
● A demonstrated commitment to high professional ethical standards in a diverse workplace
● Knowledge of labor standards
● Knowledge of tax and other compliance implications of non-profit status
● Ability and willingness to travel
● Excels at operating in a fast pace, community environment
● Open to direction and collaborative work style
● Commitment to get the job done
● Delegate responsibilities effectively
● High comfort level working in a diverse environment working conditions and non-standard hours of work
● Commitment to social justice and our mission

Preferred Qualifications
● An advanced degree in a relevant field of study preferred
● Experience in a nonprofit/humanitarian organization preferred
● Knowledge of government contract management preferred
● Experience with fundraising preferred
● Spanish fluency desirable
● Experience with Adobe (Photoshop, InDesign) and website editing (WordPress) preferred
● Budget development and oversight experience preferred
● Preference is given for experience in writing a successful grant application

This position requires work outside the office environment. The use of a personal vehicle may be required. A valid driver’s license is required. Criminal Record Check is required. This position will be based out of one of the 3rd Street locations. This is a full time (40 hrs per week) position. Salary and benefits to be negotiated based on qualifications and experience.

The 3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic is an equal opportunity employer committed to a policy of equal treatment and opportunity in every aspect of its hiring and promotion process without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, partnership status, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital, parental or familial status, national origin, ethnicity, alienage or citizenship status, veteran or military status, age, disability, or any other legally protected basis. Please submit a cover letter describing your interest and a resume to Sakeenah El-Amin at sakeenah@3rdstyouth.org or submit them in the form below.

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Job Title: School Counselor Full-time (Non-Exempt)
Salary Range (DOE): $20.00-$25.00
Deadline to Apply: Open Until Filled

Organizational Overview

Success Centers (SC) is a non-profit corporation founded in 1983 by Superior Court Judges who saw the need to improve the educational and vocational outcomes for the for youth engaged in the juvenile justice and foster care systems. Since then, SC has grown to provide comprehensive workforce development and education services to youth and adults who face multiple barriers to career development. SC envisions a vibrant and just society that inspires individual transformation, and understands the key role that workforce development plays in creating meaningful and productive lives.

Position Overview
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 other career pathway services.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
• Ability to establish rapport with high risk youth.
• Knowledgably about GED testing system.
• Knowledge of the public, charter and community college systems.
• Knowledge of local community based organizations and their services
• Knowledge of various social service agencies (i.e, Juvenile Probation, Human Service, Mental Health Service systems).
• Familiar with a broad range of services for the target population.
• Excellent organizational skills.
• Proven experience in one-on-one interventions with young people.
• Ability to multitask and teamwork.
• Spanish speaking desirable.

Job Tasks
Specific responsibilities include:
• Assist with development and implementation of Outreach Activities to identify young people who haven’t finish high school and may be interested in the GED/High School Diploma program.
• Work with student to develop individualized educational plans and support their implementation
• Provide students with counseling to support their graduation goals
• Examine student’s records, conduct interviews and administer pre-test to students to measure their skills prior to the formal test date.
• Record case information, complete accurately all necessary forms.
• Gather documentation and information that assist students reenter school and matriculate into choose potential careers, post-secondary education, training programs or jobs.
• Provide resources and information about education and training programs for students interested in pursuing post-secondary studies.
• Provide students with consultation and references to determine career path.
• Connect students to Job Readiness Training and other career pathway services.
• Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications
• Effective Communication skills.
• Computer Literate
• California driver’s license a must.

Success Centers is an equal opportunity employer. This opportunity is at-will and is dependent on the availability of funds. To apply please forward your resume and a cover letter to HR@successcenters.org or submit them in the form below.

For more information on this position, please contact mrinaldi@successcenters.org

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Job Title: Program Monitor (Non-Exempt)
Salary: $20.00-$22.00 per hour
Deadline to Apply: Open Until Filled

Organizational Overview

Success Centers (SC) is a non-profit corporation founded in 1983 by Superior Court Judges who saw the need to improve the educational and vocational outcomes for the for youth engaged in the juvenile justice and foster care systems. Since then, SC has grown to provide comprehensive workforce development and education services to youth and adults who face multiple barriers to career development. SC envisions a vibrant and just society that inspires individual transformation, and understands the key role that workforce development plays in creating meaningful and productive lives.

Position Overview

The Program Monitor is responsible for monitoring the activities of residents of the shelter/center and to ensure compliance with program rules and expectations. He/she is also responsible for ensuring the safety of residents and the security and sanitation of the program.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
• Ability to ensure a safe, secure and efficient facility and program 24 hours a day.
• Ability to ensure safety of clients and staff in fire and other emergencies.
• Ability to ensure clients compliance with agency policy and rules.
• Ability to encourage the clients successful move to stable housing.

Job Tasks
Specific responsibilities include:

• Assist clients, within limits, in processing issues and problem-solving.
• Monitor medication and consumption log in accordance to the medication policy of the program.
• Consult with direct supervisor or supervisor on-duty regarding client’s personal
needs, behavior and service planning.
• Check for contraband in facility through general observation, room or package/purse searches per the search, contraband, and weapons protocols.
• Follow breathalyzer/urinalysis policy as necessary.
• Supervise program activities and other programming for clients.
• Attend staff meetings and trainings as directed.
• Maintain visitor protocol and follow daily log procedures.
• Follow appropriate critical incident protocol and accompanying documentation.
• Maintain a comprehensive and accurate written record of events that occur during shifts, as well as thorough incident reports.
• Maintain client sign-in/out log as well as all other logbooks and records.
• Collect data using the agency database.
• Conduct periodic inspections of the facility and grounds through periodic rounds to ensure security of facility.
• Enforce periodic fire drills and perform other safety duties as directed to ensure safety of clients, including implementing emergency evacuation protocol.
• Answer telephone and route calls or messages to appropriate staff. Respond to in-person and telephone inquiries from the public.
• Perform other duties assigned.

Qualifications
• Effective Communication skills.
• Previous experience a plus, but not required.

Physical Requirements:
• Prolonged periods standing and walking.
• Must be able to access and navigate all areas of agency.
• Must be able to lift up to 35 pounds at times.
• May be required work in excessive heat and cold in association with the kitchen environment.

Success Centers is an equal opportunity employer. This opportunity is at-will and is dependent on the availability of funds. To apply please forward your resume and a cover letter to HR@successcenters.org or submit them in the form below.

For more information on this position, please contact Harold Atkins at hatkins@successcenters.org