Content Analyst

Business Name: 
Vaco
Industry: 
Advertising/Marketing
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Job
Grade Level: 
All University students
Location: 
Silicon Valley/South Bay
Days/Hours per Week: 
40hrs/week
Pay Range: 
$18-20/hr
Benefits: 

Not Applicable

Position Description: 
  • To review content per guidelines shared, which are servable over client’s ad network and are viewable by our users/advertisers alike
  • Consistent accuracy and quality
  • Content Analyst will provide the services to client’s relevant parties (Ops and Non-ops)
  • Product Management team
  • High quality deliverables are expected from the analys
Position Responsibilities: 
  • Ensure logical and meaningful extraction/review of url content
  • Deliver high quality extraction/content review consistently and accurately
  • Review, maintain, enter, curate and extract customer data
  • Provide excellent customer service
Required Qualifications: 
  • Great technical understanding
  • 1 - 3 years of customer support or technical support experience in online industry
  • 1 - 3 years of experience with Data Entry/Curation/Extraction
  • Excellent Communication Skills (both written & oral)
  • Ability to produce high quality work
  • Great eye for detail and highly motivated
  • Team player
  • Native or professional fluency in English with another one of the following languages: Dutch, French, Italian, Spanish, German or Portuguese
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Must be able to perform tasks quickly and accurately

How to Apply: 

Resumes and referrals may be forwarded to paulinaf@google.com

Application Deadline: 
ASAP

Accounting Assistant

Business Name: 
Enterprise for Youth
Industry: 
Non-Profit/Philanthropy
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Job
Grade Level: 
Undergraduates
Location: 
San Francisco
Days/Hours per Week: 
4-5-Flexible scheduling
Pay Range: 
$18-$22/hour
Benefits: 

Employees working an average of above 20.5 hours/ week are eligible for:

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vacation
  • Holiday
  • 403b
  • FSA/DCAP
  • Transit

 

Position Description: 

The Accounting Assistant shall be responsible for the day to day bookkeeping activities of Enterprise and shall assist and report to the Director of Finance. This position is part-time or full-time, non-exempt averaging 15-35 hours per week, and eligible for benefits.

Position Responsibilities: 

Daily activities include but are not limited to the following:

• Recording Accounts Receivable into the correct accounts
• Producing Invoices necessary to collect Accounts Receivable
• Recording Accounts Payable into the correct accounts and preparing checks for signature
• Recording and reconciliation of bank, credit card and other accounts
• Reconciliation of Quickbooks to Donor Perfect (donation records)
• Collecting timesheets and payroll changes and processing Semi-Monthly payroll, including monthly and quarterly reconciliation with ADP
• Preparing, recording and making bank deposits
• Managing petty cash (including monthly booking and reconciliation)
• Calculating and booking expense allocations
• Assisting in preparation of financial reports including balance sheet, income statement, budget vs. actual reports, A/R and A/P aging and other requested reports
• Play a primary role in administration of Human Resources including new hire induction, changes to benefits, tracking of vacation and other time off, etc.
• Maintenance of accounting record files in an orderly fashion
• Assisting in preparing month-end close
• Purchasing and reconciling commuter checks
• Researching transactions
• Checking own work to ensure accuracy
• Entering budgets into Quickbooks and producing quarterly Budget vs. Actual Reports
• Using excel to perform analysis of various financial data
• Assisting in managing ticket sales at the San Francisco Fall Antiques Show (7 days in late October including Saturday and Sunday)

 

Required Qualifications: 

Actively pursuing a degree in Accounting
2 years of bookkeeping/accounting/payroll experience including strong Quickbooks and ADP payroll skills
Touch typist and accurate 10 key
Must be well versed in QuickBooks (2 years experience) and Microsoft Office (especially excel)

 

How to Apply: 

To be considered please follow these specific instructions:

  • Email your resume to Acctg@ehss.org
  • Write your cover letter in the body of the email
  • Attached you resume in either a WORD or PDF format
Application Deadline: 
Open until filled

Marketing, Communications and Membership Manager

Business Name: 
California Preservation Foundation
Industry: 
Non-Profit/Philanthropy
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Job
Grade Level: 
Senior
Graduate
Location: 
San Francisco
Days/Hours per Week: 
32-40 hours/week
Pay Range: 
$45,000 - $55,000
Benefits: 
  • Fexible work schedule
  • Monthly health insurance contribution
  • Generous personal time off
  • Competitive salary depending on experience
Position Description: 

The California Preservation Foundation, founded in 1977, is California’s leading state-wide non-profit dedicated to preserving our architectural heritage. A membership-based organization, CPF provides statewide leadership, education and advocacy to more than 1500 members and supporters.
This new position has been developed to establish more effective communication between CPF and its members, create greater public awareness of historic preservation, and respond to the needs of members and donors. The Manager reports to the Executive Director and will be instrumental in accomplishing tactical objectives, and contributing to strategic direction, that lead to CPF’s success. 

The ideal candidate will be:
• A creative communicator who understand the importance of marketing and public relations.
• A strategic thinker who can implement on a day-to-day basis (drafting copy, monitoring analytics, etc.)
• Able to implement campaigns in both traditional (paper, mailing) and contemporary (social media) methods
• Collaborative with the Executive Director, Field Services Director and Trustees
• Results-oriented with the goal of increasing membership and public response to CPF and preservation
• Able to engage with and communicate with our members and the public through telephone conversations, social media and the written word.
• Able to make complex and technical issues clear and understandable.

Position Responsibilities: 

• Draft compelling, creative copy across multiple formats and channels, including website, blog, e-newsletter, social media, print collateral, etc. using a consistent and recognizable voice, style, and tone throughout all communications.
• Collaborate with staff and the board to understand the goals, scope, and customer needs for existing and new programs; develop supportive marketing and communications initiatives; define specific target audiences or core constituencies.
• Manage CPF’s social media platforms to grow followers and increase engagement.
• Oversee the management and day-to-day updating of CPF’s website, driving traffic with compelling content and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) best practices.
Development
• Working with CPF Executive Director and staff, manage recruitment and retention of CPF members (organizations and individuals). Communicate with donors, members, non-members and others in a relationship building role.
• Build and maintain relationships with external partners and stakeholders, including nonprofit and public agency staff, building professionals, and media professionals.
• Review existing individual giving systems and concepts and develop appropriate plans and strategies with support from the Executive Director.
• Assist the Executive Director in researching funding opportunities for CPF.
Support
• Administer CPF’s email marketing and marketing automation platform, setting up campaigns and maintaining contact lists.
• Analyze data pertaining to website and social media use and effectiveness as related to fundraising and awareness activities.
• Manage CPFs’ website member log-in accounts, ensuring that records are updated.

Required Qualifications: 

• Bachelor's degree (B.A. or B.S.) from an accredited four-year College or University in the humanities, marketing, communications, journalism, or a related field or equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Interest in historic preservation, history, architecture and design
• Superb writing and editing skills, and effective oral communications skills.
• Experience planning and implementing marketing and outreach campaigns
• Proven collaboration skills and creativity to encourage successful marketing initiatives.
• Highly organized, able to meet deadlines, work in a lead role with committees, create and manage work plans.
• Ability to take initiative and act independently. Driven and solution-oriented; can overcome obstacles to drive projects through completion.
• The job requires periodic travel and overnight stays. Applicant must have a valid California driver’s license.

How to Apply: 

Submit the following information to cheitzman@californiapreservation.org.
1. Include a cover letter describing your skills and experience and why you are a fit for the position.
2. Submit your resume.
3. Include 3-5 published writing samples that display your creativity and versatility across formats, from blog posts or magazine articles to emails or web pages.

Application Deadline: 
Sun, 2017-10-15

Optician/Sales Associate

Business Name: 
For Your Eyes Only Optometry
Industry: 
Healthcare
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Job
Grade Level: 
All University students
Location: 
San Francisco
Days/Hours per Week: 
20-40 hr/week
Pay Range: 
DOE
Benefits: 
  • Medical
  • 401 (k)
Position Description: 

Join our team!
We are a upscale and busy optical office and we're looking for a full-time or part-time sales associate to join our team. An ideal candidate is friendly with excellent customer service skills and able to multi-task well. No optical experience? It's okay, we're willing to train the right person!
We offer high base salary pay with a generous bonus system and excellent benefits including health insurance and retirement. Also, we are a professional and supportive team that offers a great (and fun) work environment. Please email us if you are interested. We look forward to meeting you!

Position Responsibilities: 
  • Assist Optometrists with pre-testing of patients
  • Take blood pressure
  • Room patients for exam
  • Work in optician's lab to place orders for frames and contact lenses
  • Check in delivered orders
  • Call patients
  • Fit new frames and adjust
Required Qualifications: 

Optician experience but will train the right person

How to Apply: 

Send resumé via email to office@fyeocastro.com

Application Deadline: 
Open until filled

Intern (Sales & Administration related)

Business Name: 
Equilibrium
Industry: 
Financial Services
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
Undergraduates
Location: 
San Francisco
Days/Hours per Week: 
16 hrs/week
Pay Range: 
$17-$20
Benefits: 

Hourly wage, great working environment, learning opportunity with leading investing firm in sustainability. 

Position Description: 

Equilibrium is looking for an undergraduate intern to come to our offices 1 or 2 days a week to complete tasks to support our investor network team in various sales-related and administrative tasks. Position may convert into summer internship on terms and conditions to be set yearly, consistent for other summer interns. Equilibrium is an asset manager that invests in sustainability-driven investing strategies in renewable resources, agriculture and food, and sustainable real estate. We have offices in Portland, San Francisco, and London.

Equilibrium is organized around four functions:

• Innovate unique investment products
• Manage and operate portfolios of productive real assets
• Administer and structure our portfolio to deliver transparency and value
• Raise and scale capital from institutional investors

The intern will be working with the investor network team in San Francisco and will have to be able to travel to be at the office for a minimum of 8 hours a week. Our office is located at 1 Bush Street, about 1 block from the Montgomery BART. 

Position Responsibilities: 

• Sales/Administrative Support

o Lead generation / prospective investors research – using private and public information sources
o Market or sector research – economics, strategy, finance
o Data input and management – SalesForce, Excel, cloud storage, etc.
o Presentation materials – customized/targeted presentations, maintenance of standard presentation materials, etc.

• CRM Support

o Maintenance of database, including input and reports preparation

• Social Media Support  

o Coordinate and help manage social media channels or sources
o Support update of contents, as needed

• Events Support

o Equilibrium Forum (annual), Women in Asset Management Dinner (twice a year), etc.

Required Qualifications: 

• Intended degree in a finance or science-related degree
• Finance or accounting coursework
• Strong interest in sustainability (demonstrated through coursework or extracurricular activities)
• Attention to detail, strong writing and problem solving skills, some experience in an office environment

How to Apply: 

Please e-mail your cover letter, resume, and a writing sample to cc@eq-cap.com

Application Deadline: 
ASAP

Staff Accountant

Business Name: 
CB ENGINEERS
Industry: 
Engineering
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Job
Grade Level: 
Graduate
Location: 
San Francisco
Days/Hours per Week: 
40
Pay Range: 
DOE
Benefits: 

Health Insurance
Vacation and Sick Pay
401K 

Position Description: 

Staff Accountant
Reports to: Controller
Department: G&A
Location: San Francisco, CA
FLSA Status: Exempt
Job Grade: N/A
Start Date: Sept 2017
Salary Range: DOE

About Us (our brag!)

CB Engineers is a boutique engineering consulting firm that provides Design Build, Design Assist and Full Plan Design Services for HVAC and plumbing systems, fire protection, electrical power and distribution systems, building automation controls, life safety systems, emergency power and UPS systems. We emphasize globally and socially responsible design, and continuously strive to maximize efficient energy and optimize water usage in all our projects. Our work realizes our conviction that engineering can enliven people and vitalize communities and we forge novel relationships among people and built environments.
We Engineer Environments for Smarter Living
From our humble pencil and ruler beginnings in 1958, we at CB Engineers have prided ourselves on bringing an unparalleled level of experience and creativity into each and every one of our projects. With the passing of time and the evolution from blue prints to 3D computer models, we have continued to uphold the very same attention to detail and a commitment to our clients that have cemented us as a leader in the design-build world. From sustainability consulting to our innovative R&D projects, we are continually redefining the engineering space.
Some of our projects include Disney Aulani Resort + Spa, Square Corporate HQ, One Rincon Hill, Gap HQ, Seattle Seahawks Centurylink field and many more!

Our Staff Accountant will be an integral part of the Accounting team and will ensure that all financial transactions are completed timely and accurately. The Staff Accountant is responsible for handling day-to-day accounting processes and financial information and will assist in the monthly and quarterly close process. 

Position Responsibilities: 

What you’ll do!

 

• Cash Management - Assists with cash management. Ensure proper recording of incoming cash receipts and make bank deposits as required.
• Maintain General Ledger in accordance with US GAAP.
• Balance and post cash receipts and cash disbursement journals to general ledger using Deltek Vision accounting system.
• Maintain Fixed Asset detail schedules.
• Prepare well-supported account reconciliations to ensure integrity of account balances. Research and propose resolution for discrepancies or identified issues.
• Manage Accounts Receivable including processing and posting customer payments, invoicing, collections, preparing aging reports and reconciling A/R to the GL monthly.
• Manage Accounts Payable which includes posting invoices, paying bills, coding accurately to the appropriate expense accounts, preparing checks and maintaining vendor files.
• Project Cost Management - Maintain project management records electronically and prepare project management reports.
• Act as key point of contact for clients and internal staff regarding accounting and billing questions by providing informed and researched information.
• Provide a level of expected confidentiality in maintaining company policies and ideals.
• Maintain an orderly workflow according to priorities.
• Carry out special projects and all other duties that may be assigned as needed.

Core Competencies – Who you are!

Client Focused. You are always keeping our clients happy by identifying their needs and exceeding their expectations.
An Effective Communicator. You convey information and ideas in an engaging and persuasive manner.
Flexible and Adaptable. You readily adjust to and agreeably accommodate changes in circumstances.
Curious and Clever. You are always eager to learn or propose the best solution.
Analytical. You live for data and love to solve complex problems.
Passionate. You believe in the mission to bring sustainable engineering to the world.
A team player. You actively participate as a member of the team to move the team toward the successful completion of goals.
Driven for Results. You accomplish goals and exceed performance expectations with energy, enthusiasm and perseverance.

Required Qualifications: 

Accounting Degree 

 

Preferred qualifications

Skills + Experience – What you’ll bring!

• 1-3 years of accounting experience, preferably in a professional service-related industry. Construction or Engineering is a plus!
• Knowledge and application of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)
• Understanding of A/E industry project accounting methods and practices is preferred.
• Deltek Vision Accounting experience is highly preferred.
• Ability to meet deadlines with a high attention to detail. A love for working in a detail-oriented environment is a must!
• Proficient in Windows 10 and Microsoft Office. Advanced usage of Excel is a plus. 

How to Apply: 

Email cover letter and resume to: jobs@cbengineers.com

Application Deadline: 
Open until filled

SALES SUPPORT

Business Name: 
FIBRE TRADE INC
Industry: 
Other
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Job
Grade Level: 
Undergraduates
Graduate
Location: 
BURLINGAME
Days/Hours per Week: 
M-F / 8-5PM
Pay Range: 
DEPENDENT ON EXPERIENCE
Benefits: 

COMPENSTATION PACKAGE 

Position Description: 

Established in 1987, our company is in the recycling, shredding and export business. We have a plant and an office in the San Francisco Bay Area and affiliated companies worldwide. The position available is in a fast paced, interesting and challenging, we are seeking a person who can work well in this type of environment and join our professional team. 

Position Responsibilities: 
- Preparation of shipping documentation and customs filing
- Required to concentrate on detailed documents
- Filing and data entry
- Cost approval and shipment filing 
- Freight receiving & shipping when needed 
- Shipment coordination and daily communication with clients in USA and overseas offices
- Maintain internal library, archives and subscription database
- Other duties/projects as assigned
 
Required Qualifications: 

- Ability to work effectively and efficiently with minimal supervision
- Ability to multi-task, prioritize and work in a fast pace environment
- Ability to listen and follow instruction
- Attention to detail and excellent organizational skills
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
- Excellent oral and written communication
- Mathematical aptitude
- Proficient in MS Word/Excel/Outlook; Computer literate
- Team player 

How to Apply: 

PLEASE EMAIL KT@FIBRETRADE.COM

Application Deadline: 
ASAP

Finance Associate

Business Name: 
San Francisco Girls Chorus
Industry: 
Non-Profit/Philanthropy
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Job
Grade Level: 
Junior
Senior
Graduate
Location: 
SAN FRANCISCO
Days/Hours per Week: 
24 hrs/week
Pay Range: 
$20
Benefits: 

Depending on the hours worked. If greater than 20 hours per week, benefits include medical, dental, vision and long term disability.

Position Description: 

In this position, you will be responsible for conducting the day to day duties related to the organization’s finances. Further there are duties associated with the building’s rehearsal halls.

Position Responsibilities: 

Finance

• Prepare weekly bank deposit (checks and cash)
• Prepare and transmit credit card batches, both scheduled (automated) and as needed
• Insure all deposit transactions are correctly and timely entered in the general ledger (Sage)
• Enter all chorister registrations, costume deposits and audition deposits in general ledger, including name, address and contact information and payment plans elected by customer (parents) on the registration forms. Registrations occur for Summer Camp, Fall and Spring and represent a significant volume of paperwork.
• Create and send invoices and statements to various types of customers
• As requested, follow up on 30/60/90+ day A/R balances
• Assist in financial aid process – compiling documents for committee review, preparing offer letters (using mail merge), following up on un-returned offer letters, compiling status information in a tracking spreadsheet, etc.
• Respond to inquiries from customers and colleagues regarding tuition account balances
• Address bank account reconciliation questions
• Assist with the reconciliation of Development and Finance records
• Verify and process vendor invoices for payment
• Complete check runs on a weekly basis and as needed
• Prepare and complete annual 1099 processing
• Sales & Use Tax filing
• Assist in the maintenance of electronic and physical filing systems for finance and accounting documents
• Assist with annual financial audit
• Assist with merchandise sales and other miscellaneous tasks at chorus performances and events
• Assist Director of Finance & Operations with miscellaneous accounting tasks as requested

Rehearsal Hall Duties

• Manage the scheduling and contracting for rehearsal halls.
• Consult with Chorus School Administrative Director on SFGC hall usage.
• Schedule security guards based on rehearsal hall usage
• Consult with Director of Finance & Operations on hourly rates, discounts, annual contracts, etc.
• Obtain certificates of insurance from potential renters

Miscellaneous

• Order and maintain office supplies.
• Manage maintenance of copiers, requesting and overseeing service as necessary.

Required Qualifications: 

• Ability to analyze, organize and process quantitative data quickly and accurately
• Strong organization and prioritization skills
• Detail oriented
• Possesses excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Shows demonstrated ability to take initiative when appropriate
• Learns quickly
• Friendly and outgoing personality
• Technologically savvy and knowledgeable
• Resourceful; able to use logic and reasoning to solve problems and complete assignments

Preferred Qualifications

Able to work independently.

How to Apply: 

Contact Mike Grade, by email, at mgrade@sfgirlschorus.org

Application Deadline: 
Open until filled

Student Intern

Business Name: 
SF State’s Institute for Civic & Community Engagement (ICCE), in collaboration with the City Administrator’s Office of San Francisco,
Industry: 
Government/Public Administration
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
All University students
Location: 
San Francisco, CA
Days/Hours per Week: 
20 hours per week
Pay Range: 
$17.00 per hour
Position Description: 
Neighborhood Resilience Initiative
Empowered Communities Program – Marketing & Communications
SF State’s Institute for Civic & Community Engagement (ICCE), in collaboration with the City Administrator’s Office of San Francisco, is looking for a student intern to work on the Empowered Communities Program (ECP), an initiative managed by the Neighborhood Empowerment Network (NEN) located at San Francisco’s City Hall. The selected students will be working specifically on the Empowered Communities Program - Marketing & Communications.The selected student will support key stakeholders in San Francisco neighborhoods as they increase their overall resilience at the neighborhood level, expand their organizing and leadership skills, and acquire knowledge and skills regarding community reinvestment. Their time will also be used to take on the marketing and communication role in the NEN office.
 
In 2007, an alliance of residents, neighborhood and merchant associations, nonprofits and faith based organizations, foundations and academic institutions was created around a simple mission, empowering the neighborhoods of San Francisco with the capacity to steward themselves to a resilient condition. The alliance assumed the name of the Neighborhood Empowerment Network (NEN) and over the last eight years it has leveraged the immense resources and expertise within its ranks to create a ground breaking suite of tools resources and methodologies to advance resilience at the community level with a bottom up grass roots approach. The NEN’s mission is to identify tools, resources, and strategic partnerships that will help increase San Francisco neighborhoods’ capacities to actively participate in both the day to day stewardship of their community, as well as be better prepared to survive, respond and recover from a natural disaster. More information on NEN can be found at www.empowersf.org.
 
Empowered Communities Program & Resilient Bayview
The NEN has been piloting a program that supports communities as they work to achieve a pre-event condition that will allow them to perform at the highest level in times of stress. Entitled the Empowered Communities Program (ECP), the initiative is modeled after the core tenets of FEMA’s Whole Community Approach. The ECP is the primary program the NEN implements. The ECP works with key stakeholders in San Francisco’s neighborhoods to develop action plans to increase their overall resilience at the neighborhood level, expand their organizing and leadership skills, and acquire related knowledge and skills.
Part of this internship will consist of working with the NEN Director and Deputy Program Manager as they engage the eight ECP Communities. Over the course of the internship, the intern will be assigned a set of communities to help support. Responsibilities may include: creating meeting materials & exercises,attending community meetings, track meeting discussions, synthesize meeting exercise outputs, schedule and participate in organizational interviews, maintain internal databases about all activity conducted in communities, and anything else NEN staff may require within the scope of this program element.
 
One ECP community in particular the selected intern will be assigned to work with is the Resilient Bayview community. Part of the responsibilities for this community is to support them in their organizational assessments and reports as they build out their partnerships, and to help organize the Vulnerable Populations Summit in the late Fall.

 

Position Responsibilities: 

Part of this internship will also consist of helping maintain internal workflows of marketing and communication. Responsibilities for this organizational function will include:

  • Updating and revising content on our WordPress website - empowersf.org;
  • Engaging organizational and community stakeholders through phone calls and emails
  • Writing newsletters
  • Updating social media
  • Anything else NEN staff may require within the scope of this organizational function.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

This internship is a joint partnership between the NEN ECP and ICCE. The intern will report directly to the Director of Neighborhood Resilience (manages NEN ECP) at SF City Hall and the Associate Director of ICCE, and will be charged with a broad set of responsibilities including:

NEN ECP:

  • Attend community planning group meetings;
  • Establish working relationships with neighborhood leaders;
  • Attend general meetings of member organizations and other multiple partners to keep apprised, or to update resident leaders about neighborhood activities and plans;
  • Provide neighborhood leaders with logistical support, which includes setting up meeting agendas, sending meeting notices to members, duplicating materials for meetings, providing reports, etc.;
  • Participate in community outreach events;
  • Help gather, organize, and enter data related to program activities and outcomes in database;
  • Project management support for the development of neighborhood support center in ECP communities;
  • Maintain databases for community outreach, education, and planning;
  • Participate in the implementation, monitoring, and support of various annual NEN activities;
  • Marketing / Communications (actively support and manage the media strategies that the NEN has in place, or is currently developing – e.g. Facebook / Twitter / Constant Contact and website);
  • Apply the principles of "continuous quality improvement,” which includes working cooperatively with colleagues and being service-oriented;
  • Perform other duties as may be assigned.

SF STATE:

  • Expand the Institute’s knowledge of the participating ECP communities; represent Institute goals and objectives, introducing community organizations to the work of ICCE at ECP meetings; provide information and referrals to community partners about ICCE’s on-line community engagement database (ULink49);
  • Attend quarterly intern check-ins/workshops with SF State ICCE at the main campus;
  • Submit end-of-the semester reflection/reports;
  • Perform other duties as may be assigned.
Required Qualifications: 
  • Exceptional writing, listening, and analytical skills
  • Strong organizational and project management skills
  • Production of high-quality work
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously and to take initiative
  • Experience in developing online and electronic communication deliverables to include but not limited to newsletters, email updates, marketing collateral (brochures, fact sheets, etc….)
  • Familiarity with social media tools and its appropriate applicability in communication strategies
  • Awareness of possible online/electronic newsletter formats (e.g., Constant Contact)
  • Experience with maintaining and or managing databases required
  • Advanced proficiency of MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Strong interpersonal and community outreach skills desired
  • Familiarity with San Francisco’s diverse communities and cultures desired
  • Community organizing experience preferred but not necessary
  • Enthusiasm for the mission of the project(s)
How to Apply: 

Please submit your resume and a cover letter highlighting your experience via e-mail to Jen Gasang, Associate Director, ICCE jlgasang@sfsu.edu

Application Deadline: 
Open until filled