Marketing and Sales Intern

Business Name: 
CAL Insurance & Associates, Inc.
Industry: 
Insurance
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
Undergraduates
Location: 
San Francisco, CA
Days/Hours per Week: 
10 hours/week
Pay Range: 
UNPAID. Can earn course credit.
Benefits: 

N/A

Position Description: 

The Marketing Intern helps create consistent, effective agency collateral and develops industry-leading marketing plans on new client acquisition. The intern will have completed at least the first year of a marketing-focused curriculum and marketing experience outside of the classroom is preferred.

The Marketing Intern will provide creative ideas to help achieve production goals, as well as, meet all administrative responsibilities needed to develop and implement marketing strategies. Interns will gain broad experience in marketing and sales, as well as, the following:
• Learn to use a significant range of media options and direct marketing tools
• Design, implement, and evaluate the overall effectiveness of a direct marketing campaign in terms of return-on-investment and other quantifiable measures
• Make tactical and strategic business recommendations based on proper interpretation of market research results
• Gain an understanding of B2B marketing tactics, as well as, the internal/external influences of the decision making process

Position Responsibilities: 

• Collect quantitative and qualitative data from marketing campaigns
• Perform market analysis and research on competition
• Support agency marketing efforts in daily administrative tasks
• Assist in marketing and advertising promotional activities (social media, direct mail, web, etc.)
• Conduct new client acquisition activities including outbound email marketing
• Manage and update company database and customer relationship management systems (CRM)
• Help organize marketing events

Required Qualifications: 

• Strong desire to learn, along with professional drive
• Solid understanding of different marketing techniques
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Excellent knowledge of MS Office
• Familiarity with marketing computer software and online analytics and Google AdWords
• Current enrollment in a related degree program

Preferred Qualifications: 

• Knowledge of insurance industry
• Solid understanding of different marketing techniques

How to Apply: 

Send resume and letter of interest to Fred H. Danfoura at fdanfoura@cal-insure.com

Application Deadline: 
ASAP

Marketing/Business Intern

Business Name: 
Marin Bee Company LLC
Industry: 
Marketing
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
Undergraduates
Location: 
San Francisco, CA
Days/Hours per Week: 
8-9 Hours per week
Pay Range: 
Unpaid - Intern will work for class credits
Benefits: 

Course credits within Marketing major. 

Position Description: 

Marin Bee Company is looking for a responsible, creative, energetic individual to assist with marketing, analytics, and expansion research for our budding company. We produce high-quality, natural skin care products with honey and beeswax as base ingredients, and supports the SF-based nonprofit Planet Bee Foundation. The ideal candidate is passionate about marketing, has good organization skills, and works well in a collaborative environment. Interns will be working with our marketing specialist and CEO each week, as well as be in the office with Planet Bee staff. 

Position Responsibilities: 
  • Report weekly analytics, including marketing ROI, email, social media, and website traffic.
  • Events marketing and scheduling
  • Working with and expanding the company’s spreadsheet system
  • Researching boutiques, bloggers, marketing software, etc. to help the company grow.
  • Opportunity to volunteer with Planet Bee and attend their events.
Required Qualifications: 
  • Energetic and enjoys working collaboratively with a team.
  • Self-motivated, independent worker.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Related background in business and marketing.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Skilled in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint, good Internet skills. Adobe Photoshop/Photo editing skills desired.
  • Proficient in social media.
  • Willing to work some weekends/off hours for events or workshops.
How to Apply: 

Send your resume to: debra@marinbee.com

Application Deadline: 
Open until filled

Wells Fargo Summer Financial Analyst Internship Program

Business Name: 
Wells Fargo
Industry: 
Financial Services
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
Junior
Location: 
San Francisco, Oakland, Walnut Creek, Palo Alto, Sacramento, Santa Rosa, and Monterey
Days/Hours per Week: 
5 days/40 hours per week
Pay Range: 
Competitive with industry
Position Description: 

OVERVIEW
The Summer Financial Analyst Program is designed to provide undergraduate students with an in-depth understanding of the day-to-day responsibilities of a full-time analyst. You will gain exposure to Wells Fargo’s operations, business strategies, and corporate culture by working in a Wholesale Banking office with experienced team members.

The Summer Financial Analyst Program is approximately 10 weeks in length and is non-rotational. Offers are made for a specific Middle Market Banking business and location, based on candidate preference and business need.

MIDDLE MARKET BANKING
Middle Market Banking is Wells Fargo's largest relationship business, with more than 120 regional middle market banking offices nationwide that have teams who understand their local market, economy, and business environment.

Middle Market Banking team members manage relationships with mid-sized companies that have annual revenues of $20 million to $1 billion. These companies come from virtually every industry, including manufacturing, retail, distribution, importing, service companies, governments, private firms, nonprofit organizations, and more. These teams provide clients with a comprehensive suite of products and services that meet their needs as their businesses grow and evolve.

Middle Market Banking also offers expertise and specialized products and services to clients. These include companies in the food and agribusiness, technology banking, beverage, waste and recycling, heavy equipment dealer, and investor real estate industries.

WHAT THE PROGRAM OFFERS
During the summer, we focus on your training and development. Upon program completion, you’ll be better prepared to advance your career after graduation as a full-time team member. The program includes:

- On-the-job experience: Working as part of a high-performing team in your business group is how you will gain in-depth experience as a summer financial analyst. You will begin to build your analytical skills and understanding of credit by actively participating in your team’s day-to-day activities.
- An orientation event: You will gain insight into Wells Fargo’s corporate and credit culture, as well as opportunities for community involvement, networking and analytical training in line of business-specific concepts.
- Professional Support: You will be assigned a “Link”, which is a full-time analyst or a high-performing relationship manager who is assigned to you as a resource and coach. They will be available to answer your questions, help you through challenging situations, and give you feedback throughout the course of the summer.
- A virtual speaker series: Wells Fargo’s top leaders provide insight into how to make the most of your summer experience while you get to learn about trends in the financial markets.
- Organized networking activities: We promote community involvement and networking with other summer and full-time financial analysts.

YOUR NEXT STEP
Summer financial analysts who successfully complete the program are considered for the Financial Analyst Program. Many interns who work with us during the summer return to Wells Fargo as full-time analyst.

LOCATIONS
We have summer financial analyst positions available nationwide.

LEARN MORE
For additional information about the Summer Financial Analyst Program and the various businesses of Wells Fargo, please visit: www.wellsfargo.com/myfuture.

Position Responsibilities: 

Team members support our focus on building strong customer relationships balanced with a strong risk mitigating and compliance-driven culture which firmly establishes those disciplines as critical to the success of our customers and company. They are accountable for execution of all applicable risk programs (Credit, Market, Financial Crimes, Operational, Regulatory Compliance), which includes effectively following and adhering to applicable Wells Fargo policies and procedures, appropriately fulfilling risk and compliance obligations, timely and effective escalation and remediation of issues, and making sound risk decisions. There is emphasis on proactive monitoring, governance, risk identification and escalation, as well as making sound risk decisions commensurate with the business unit’s risk appetite and all risk and compliance program requirements.

Required Qualifications: 
  • Undergraduate student pursuing a Bachelor’s degree with an expected graduation date in December 2017 or May/June 2018
  • Strong analytical skills and high attention to detail and accuracy
  • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
  • Strong organizational, multi-tasking, and prioritizing skills
  • Ability to take on a high level of responsibility, initiative, and accountability
  • Intermediate Microsoft Office skills

Wells Fargo will not sponsor visas for these positions, and will not hire individuals whose work eligibility is based on their F-1 or other student visa status. Candidates must be authorized to work in the United States on a permanent basis.
Wells Fargo is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation.

How to Apply: 

Please send your resume to:
Shirley Ragudo
Wells Fargo
Campus Recruiting Project Manager
Email: Shirley.m.ragudo@wellsfargo.com

Application Deadline Specific date

Specific Application Deadline Mon, February 6, 2017 

Application Deadline: 
February 6, 2017

Presidio Institute Communications Intern

Business Name: 
Presidio Trust
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
All University students
Location: 
Presidio in San Francisco
Days/Hours per Week: 
: 40 hours per week for 10 months, Monday-Friday schedule with flexibility for occasional weekend and evening events
Pay Range: 
Housing provided; $300 stipend every two weeks
Position Description: 

The Presidio Institute Communications Intern is an ideal role for an individual interested in pursuing a career in the social impact realm. Working as part of a team, the communications intern will provide project support in the development of organizational messaging, collateral and other materials, social media, on- and off-site event coordination, and other activities in support of the Institute’s marketing and communications objectives. Benefits Stipend: $300 every two weeks Transportation Benefit: $50 monthly parking permits for car owners or $50/month for non-car owners Housing: Interns are provided a single occupancy (one person) room in dormitory-style housing in the Presidio with basic accommodations including a furnished private room, shared kitchen, and common areas. Interns must sign a housing contract, abide by the residential rules and contribute to the maintenance of the household. Interns must reside in the housing provided to be eligible for the internship. We cannot accept non-residential interns. Why Apply Gain professional development in a team setting Explore personal and professional interests in social challenges such as climate change, health care, or income inequality Develop and refine communications and marketing skills Play an active role in the development of a once-in-a-lifetime project Great opportunity to live in a beautiful national park and work with staff and volunteers from diverse backgrounds who share a common interest in engaging the public and preserving the natural and cultural history of the Presidio. Terms The position is considered volunteer and is part of the Presidio Trust’s Volunteer Program. Interns are required to sign the Presidio Trust’s Volunteer Agreement.

Position Responsibilities: 

Provide project management support for a range of communications initiatives that include publication, video, and collateral development Maintain the Presidio Institute marketing production calendar Draft content for social media channels, website, and email marketing Assist in the marketing and execution of special events Capture and edit photos and video content of Institute-sponsored events and programs Administrative tasks and support for other projects and initiatives as needed

How to Apply: 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter outlining your interest and preferred date range for intern position, resume and contact information (including full name, title, phone number and e-mail address) for at least two references by e-mail to Robert Menezes at interns@presidiotrust.gov. PDF format is preferred but Microsoft Word versions will be accepted. In-person or virtual interviews (depending on location of applicant) will be scheduled with qualified candidates. 

Application Deadline: 
2/29/2016

Integrated Marketing and Media Relations

Business Name: 
Presidio Trust
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
Undergraduates
Graduate
Location: 
Presidio in San Francisco
Days/Hours per Week: 
40 hours per week, Monday - Friday schedule with occasional holidays and evenings
Pay Range: 
Housing provided; $300 stipend every two weeks
Position Description: 

The Integrated Marketing and Media Relations Intern will assist with integrated marketing and media relations efforts including research, outreach and the preparation of communications and marketing materials, as well as other responsibilities to support the department’s communications and outreach mission. Benefits Stipend: $300 every two weeks Transportation Benefit: $50 monthly parking permits for car owners or $50/month for non-car owners Housing is provided. Why Apply Gain professional development in a team setting Develop communications and marketing skills Great opportunity to live in a national park and work with staff and volunteers from diverse backgrounds who share a common interest in engaging the public and preserving the natural and cultural history of the Presidio Terms The position is considered volunteer and is part of the Presidio Trust’s Volunteer Program. Successful applicants sign the Presidio Trust Volunteer Agreement. Interns are provided single occupancy dormstyle housing in the Presidio and abide by a set of residential rules. You must live in the housing provided to receive the stipend; we cannot accept non-residential interns. If you are interested in non-residential opportunities, please visit our volunteer page at www.presidio.gov/volunteer.

Position Responsibilities: 

Monitor media coverage for the Trust, as well as industry news and publish daily news clip links. Promote Presidio events through postings to media and community calendars. Manage event calendar database and listing submissions. Assist with ongoing media relations surrounding Trust initiatives inclusive of researching target media contacts and story angles, as well as pitching assignment desks and distributing press releases. Assist with the development of integrated marketing plans through competitive research analysis and research on best practices. Manage and expand Trust contacts database to include local, national and specific industry sectors. Research, write and prepare press releases and background content. Support community relations efforts in and outside the Presidio. Research technology to best support marketing initiatives, as well as process. Support the planning of special events and programs. Assist with project management for consumer campaigns inclusive of timeline development, calendar management and trafficking of advertising/promotional campaigns. Support and represent the Trust at public events and activities, including some that occur on evenings and weekends. Monitor metrics for specific marketing campaigns and initiatives, and support the development or recap reports and presentations

How to Apply: 

Interested candidates should apply by email with cover letter, resume and contact information for at least two references to Kathryn Inglin at interns@presidiotrust.gov. The Presidio Trust is dedicated to representing the community it serves. We encourage candidates that will bring diversity to the Trust to apply.

Application Deadline: 
2/29/2016

Content Management and Social Media Intern

Business Name: 
Presidio Trust
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
Undergraduates
Location: 
Presidio in San Francisco
Days/Hours per Week: 
40 hours per week, 10-12 months 9am to 5pm Monday - Friday schedule with occasional weekends, holidays and evenings
Pay Range: 
$300 every two weeks
Position Description: 

Work duties include preparing content for the Trust’s online presence including on social media, organization websites, and email newsletters. This position will also be responsible for editing and proofreading content, and curating photos and video for the various applications. Benefits Stipend: $300 every two weeks Transportation Benefit: $50 monthly parking permits for car owners or $50/month for non-car owners Housing is provided. Why Apply Gain professional development in a team setting Develop communications and marketing skills Great opportunity to live in a national park and work with staff and volunteers from diverse backgrounds who share a common interest in engaging the public and preserving the natural and cultural history of the Presidio Terms The position is considered volunteer and is part of the Presidio Trust’s Volunteer Program. Successful applicants sign the Presidio Trust Volunteer Agreement. Interns are provided single occupancy dorm-style housing in the Presidio and abide by a set of residential rules. You must live in the housing provided to receive the stipend; we cannot accept non-residential interns. If you are interested in non-residential opportunities, please visit our volunteer page at www.presidio.gov/volunteer. 

Position Responsibilities: 

Conduct research and prepare written content for various Presidio Trust communications channels, including but not limited to: social media, websites, electronic newsletters (internal and external), and collateral materials Upload content to the content management system, ensuring all information is accurate, accessible, and user-friendly Assist in migrating, updating, and preparing new website content as the Presidio Trust upgrades its website(s) to SharePoint 2013 Photograph events, activities, and special projects Assist with the tagging, resizing, and cataloguing of digital assets, including photos, videos, and documents Support public events and activities, including some evening and weekend events

How to Apply: 

Interested candidates should apply by email with cover letter, resume and contact information for at least two references to Jody Sanford at jsanford@presidiotrust.gov or mail to Jody Sanford, Strategy and Communications Department, Presidio Trust, 103 Montgomery Street, P.O. Box 29052, San Francisco, CA 94129. The Presidio Trust is dedicated to representing the community it serves. We encourage candidates that will bring diversity to the Trust to apply.

Application Deadline: 
2/29/2016

Marketing Intern

Business Name: 
Fnatic
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
Senior
Graduate
Location: 
TBD
Days/Hours per Week: 
Flexible, 20h per week to full time; 3 month internship
Pay Range: 
$15-25/hr
Position Description: 

Fnatic Gear is the new hardware division from one of the World’s best eSports teams (Fnatic), offering professional-grade gaming equipment at affordable prices. After 11 years of blood, sweat, and broken gear, Fnatic understands exactly what makes great eSports hardware: simplicity, comfort, and reliability are what’s required to perform and nothing else. Fnatic Gear successfully launched in November 2015 on Indiegogo (a crowdfunding platform), pre-selling over $240k of gear in 30 days. There’s now the opportunity to join us as we ramp up our growth and expansion plans in 2016. There are new markets, products and initiatives to pursue - it’s going to be an exciting year ahead! The Role We are looking for a bright, driven and analytically-minded Marketing Intern to assist in generating wider market awareness for Fnatic Gear, as well as driving sales in the Fnatic online shop through paid and unpaid digital channels.

Position Responsibilities: 

Assist with the day-to-day execution, optimization and reporting of paid marketing campaigns through Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Reddit, Google and other advertising platforms (knowledge of these platforms would be useful, but we have in-house expertise to bring the right candidate’s knowledge up to speed). Own the day-to-day affiliate operations for the Fnatic online shop. Assist with the execution of weekly email marketing campaigns for Fnatic Gear (knowledge of HTML & CSS required). Work with the Fnatic and Fnatic Gear teams to devise and execute innovative community engagement campaigns (e.g. competitions).

How to Apply: 

To apply for this position, please follow this link: https://fnatic.workable.com/j/D65516616A

Application Deadline: 
2/29/2016

PR Internship

Business Name: 
Fnatic
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
Senior
Graduate
Location: 
TBD
Days/Hours per Week: 
Minimum 20 hours a week (3 days, preferably 5)
Pay Range: 
$15-25/hr, depending on experience
Position Description: 

Fnatic Gear was launched mid-November on Indiegogo.com and has since seen great success. We're designing products not for gaming, but Esports. We're a subsidiary of Fnatic, a fast growing business, we're well funded, and gearing up to make a strong push into the Esports hardware market. The Role As a PR Intern at Fnatic Gear, you will get hands on experience building press lists, drafting press releases, reaching out to traditional and new media outlets, and orchestrating grassroots PR efforts for the leading Esports team, Fnatic. This role will have daily worktime and feedback with the CEO, and while an internship - this role is expected to make a considerable impact on our business performance.

Position Responsibilities: 

Research both traditional and new media press - such as journalists, bloggers, twitch streamers, youtubers, tech reviewers, etc Build and manage a traditional press list of gaming press, hardware reviewers, and other media sites and their contacts Work with management to develop press releases and devise the outreach strategy to secure press coverage for both the Fnatic Gear and its products Manage the press review process, including initial outreach, developing product review FAQs for press, sending samples, to coverage reporting & archiving Coordinate interviews between press, management, and players Attend gaming and tech events such as CES, PAX, IEM, etc.

How to Apply: 

To apply for this position, please follow this link: https://fnatic.workable.com/j/C06882013F

Application Deadline: 
2/29/2016

Chief Program Officer

Business Name: 
Children's Council
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Job
Grade Level: 
Graduate
Location: 
San Francisco, CA
Days/Hours per Week: 
TBD
Pay Range: 
$100,000 - $130,000
Position Description: 

Children’s Council is seeking a Chief Program Officer to provide leadership, management, and oversight for our programs toward our organizational mission and vision—quality child care and early education for all children in San Francisco. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Chief Program Officer leads a team of Program Directors in establishing the vision, goals and strategies for our programs, effectively managing our programs, ensuring deliverables in our state and local contracts, and partnering with public and private funders and community-based organizations in furtherance of goals. The Chief Program Officer is a member of the Executive Team. Children’s Council is at a major inflection point in its service delivery and program development. Providing service to San Francisco families and child care providers/early educators and partnering with government since our founding in 1973, Children’s Council is at the hub of child care and early education in San Francisco. We seek to leverage our position, experience, and reputation to expand our impact. We recently completed a strategic program plan, and are developing private support for our program initiatives. We seek a Chief Program Officer who can lead and manage our efforts to take our services to the next level. 2 The ideal candidate will have substantial experience providing program leadership and supervising program managers in a multi-faceted social service organization. He/she will have provided leadership in strategic program planning and will have developed, implemented and successfully managed programs and program initiatives. The candidate must have outstanding interpersonal skills, and work effectively with a wide variety people--including staff, Board members, funders, community members, and people of culturally diverse backgrounds. He/she will be data-driven, with excellent analytic and problem-solving skills and will have developed and managed sizeable budgets. The position requires excellent written and verbal communication skills and demonstrated success with proposal/grant-writing and reporting. Child development knowledge, experience with child care, child care resource & referral, child care subsidy administration, early learning, family engagement and support and related fields is highly desirable. Experience managing government-funded programs or working with government funders is also desirable.

Position Responsibilities: 

Establish the program vision and strategies to achieve maximum impact consistent with organizational mission, vision, and goals; Oversee program systems, structures, and policies to support the highest level of quality and effectiveness; facilitate program alignment, collaboration, and communication across teams Oversee the development of annual program goals, strategies and work plans; monitor progress toward goals Ensure that effective data, evaluation and reporting systems are in place to track program performance, effectiveness, and impact Oversee performance on government contracts; ensure compliance and progress toward contract goals and objectives Build and maintain effective relationships with government and private funders and community-based partners; leverage relationships across the various fields relevant to Children’s Council’s services to advance the organization’s work Ensure effective program management and development by hiring, inspiring, mentoring and supervising capable and talented program leadership. Work with the Deputy Director for Finance and Operations and program managers to develop and manage program budgets and grant budgets Complete proposals for government and private funding and submit required reports on a timely basis Partner with program staff, the Executive Director, and Director of Advancement to identify and secure new sources of funding for program development Stay abreast of research and trends related to our mission and programs Actively collaborate with our statewide and Bay Area colleagues through the California Resource & Referral Network, California Alternative Payment Providers Association, and similar organizations to develop and promote shared goals and program and policy initiatives. Advocate on issues that affect Children’s Council’s constituencies Other Responsibilities Serve as a member of the Executive Team and the Senior Management Team, participating actively in developing, leading and monitoring organizational goals and strategies, providing operational leadership and management, and shaping and nurturing an effective organizational workforce, culture and morale Provide leadership for annual work plan development and reporting Plan and facilitate management and staff meetings Attend Board meetings, and support Board committees and activities as needed Perform other functions as needed

How to Apply: 

Please submit your resume with cover letter and salary requirements to careers@childrenscouncil.org.

Application Deadline: 
2/29/2016

Director of Advancement

Business Name: 
Children's Council
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Job
Grade Level: 
Graduate
Location: 
TBD
Days/Hours per Week: 
40 hours/week
Pay Range: 
Available upon request
Position Description: 

Children’s Council is seeking an experienced Director of Advancement to partner with our Executive Director, Board of Directors, and management team to raise our visibility, promote our programs, and build our private base of support. The Director of Advancement reports to the Executive Director, provides leadership for our Development and Communications teams, and is part of the Senior Management team. Key assets are in place to support the Director of Advancement’s success. Early care and education are attracting increased attention politically and in the media, making it easier for audiences to grasp the importance of our work. We have a talented management team, a motivated Board, clear vision, and an entrepreneurial and dynamic approach to achieving our goals. We have a strong brand, solid messaging, and an updated visual identity and web site. We held a successful donor cultivation and advocacy event last May, and are well along in planning for an annual fundraising event to launch this spring. Currently raising approximately $300,000 per year from private sources, up from just $10,000 per year just a few years ago, our goal is to increase annual support from private sources to over $1 million per year within the next 3-5 years. Increased support from private sources will enable us to expand our programs and services, enhance technology, and support our advocacy work.

Position Responsibilities: 

Development Working closely with the Executive Director and Development Committee of the Board of Directors, develop and implement strategies to increase private support Prepare annual fundraising plans, fundraising projections and regularly track progress toward goals Coordinate and support efforts by the Executive Director, Board Members, and other volunteers to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward current and potential donors and funders; conduct prospect research and provide solicitation training and support; Personally solicit gifts in collaboration with the Executive Director, the leadership team, Board Members, and other volunteers Work with program managers to understand funding needs, create case statements, identify potential funders, develop and submit proposals for funding, and complete grant reporting Coordinate writing and submit proposals in response to government RFPs Develop and implement events strategy to support visibility and fundraising goals Manage the development database (eTapestry) and operations Develop fundraising collateral, annual report, and on-line donor communications Coordinate with Finance Department on procedures and policies for tracking and reporting development activities Track developments in philanthropy; engage with other senior development professionals across the philanthropic sector to learn about, assess and adopt best practices in financial resource and donor development Communications Collaborate with the Communications Manager to develop and implement communications, marketing, and public relations strategies that support and enhance our programmatic impact and fundraising goals Oversee the execution of our “brand”, ensuring that programmatic and institutional communications and print and online collateral are consistent with our brand Work with the Communications Manager to oversee online strategies, ensuring that our web site supports our goals and brand. Support social media strategy and growth as a major organizational communication tool. General Hire and supervise development and communications staff and contractors. Participate as a member of the senior management team

How to Apply: 

Please submit your resume with cover letter and salary requirements to careers@childrenscouncil.org.

Application Deadline: 
2/29/2016