Program Coordinator (Equity for Industry) – Success Centers
Program Coordinator (Equity for Industry)
$64,480-$70,000 annually depending on experience
The Equity for Industry Program Coordinator, under the direct supervision of the Equity for Industry Program Manager, will coordinate various education activities, develop curriculum for job readiness in cannabis compliant San Francisco and organize community outreach campaigns through social media. They will be an interactive force and visit in-person outlets, document information as appropriate and work directly with program participants. The Program Coordinator will become familiar with navigating the San Francisco Office of Cannabis website and have a willingness to learn cannabis compliance and best practices.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Effective Communication skills.
Computer and Social Media Literacy (Zoom, Excel, Outlook, Spotify, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.)
Ability to establish rapport with the marginalized community members.
Knowledge of the local university and community college systems.
Knowledge of local community based organizations and their services
Familiar with a broad range of services for the target population.
Excellent organizational, follow up and time management skills
Ability to multitask and teamwork.
Familiarity of Non- profit infrastructure.
Positive attitude and approach with others.
Innovative thinker and Implementer a must.
Specific responsibilities include:
Work with Program Manager to develop and implement outreach activities to identify participants.
Develop and maintain working relationship with Employers, Volunteers and
Vendors in the cannabis industry and other stakeholders.
Provide participants with educational counseling to support their goals.
Conduct interviews with participants.
Record case information and complete all necessary forms.
Gather documentation and information to help students matriculate and/or select 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.
Connect participants to Job Readiness Training and other career pathway services.
Coordinate logistics for the Equity for Industry program.
Perform other duties as assigned
Valid driver’s license required.
2 or more years of experience working in a non-profit or similar role.
Cultural competency: sensitivity to issues of urban culture, ethnicity, poverty, immigration status, homelessness, gender, gender identification and sexual orientation.