Job Title:
Assistant Program Director (bilingual)

Compensation:
$60,000 – $65,000 annually 

Shift/Workday:
Monday – Friday, primarily during standard business hours 

Description:

Central City Access Point is one of three entryways to the San Francisco Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing’s Homelessness Response System. The Access Point team provides families with housing problem solving support, and connection to available homelessness prevention, shelter and housing programs through San Francisco’s Coordinated Entry System. 

Responsibilities:

The Assistant Program Director is responsible for assisting the Program Director with overseeing the day to day functioning of the Central City Access Point, including but not limited to, supervision of staff, administrative oversight, operations, program design and implementation, as well as providing direct support to clients. Specific duties include the following:

Qualifications:

Job Title:
Bilingual Office Manager / Receptionist

Compensation:
$20-$23 Hourly

Shift/Workday:
M-F 7:30am – 4pm

Description:

Compass Children’s Center (CCC) is a nationally accredited enriched early childhood education center with a curriculum tailored to meet the specific needs of children living in extreme poverty and homelessness. CCC serves 70 children, ages 0-5, and their families each day, and addresses the social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development of the children, as well as the functioning and well-being of the families.

Responsibilities:

The Office Manager/Receptionist is the first point of contact for families and other visitors coming to CCC. They greet families and children each morning, maintain the safety and security of our space, provide families with updates and resources, and provide administrative support to the management team.

Specific responsibilities include:

Qualifications/Requirements:

 

Job Title: Program Assistant

Salary Range (DOE): $18-$20 per hour. This is a non-exempt position

Deadline to apply: Open until Filled

Organizational Overview

The Success Centers 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 youth engaged with the juvenile justice system. 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.

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How to Apply

Please send cover letter and resume to hr@sucesscenters.org. Success Centers values inclusivity and honors differences in race/ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic level, gender identification and sexual orientation.