Office Assistant

Business Name: 
Carson Fong & Assoicates, Inc.
Industry: 
Accounting
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Job
Grade Level: 
All University students
Location: 
San Francisco Chinatown
Days/Hours per Week: 
3 to 5 days per week
Pay Range: 
depends on experience
Benefits: 

Sick pay

Position Description: 

We are a well established public accounting firm in San Francisco Chinatown. We are currently looking for an office assistant for help in assembling tax returns, greeting clients, answering phone calls, filing, light to moderate bookkeeping, and other office duties. It will be 4 to 5 days per week including weekends during tax season. After tax season, it will be 2 to 4 days per week during weekdays only.

Position Responsibilities: 

See position description

Required Qualifications: 

No experience is required. However, applicant must be fluent in English and Chinese (Cantonese).

Preferred Qualifications: 

None other than what is stated in required qualifications

How to Apply: 

Please do not call our office. Instead, send your resume and salary requirement to cfofsf@sbcglobal.net

Application Deadline: 
ASAP

Tax Return Preparation Assistant

Business Name: 
Stanaland & Associates
Industry: 
Accounting
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
All University students
Location: 
500 Washington Street, Suite 475, San Francisco
Days/Hours per Week: 
20-30
Pay Range: 
Depends on experience
Benefits: 

Flexible work schedule

Position Description: 

Depending on experience the job tasks range from data entry (Excel and Quick Books) to completion of tax returns

Position Responsibilities: 

Work to support CPA firm in completing tax returns during tax season

Required Qualifications: 

Data entry skills, knowledgeable in Excel, Quick Books a plus but not a must, interest in tax returns

Preferred Qualifications: 

See Required qualifications

How to Apply: 

Email your resume to ann@sfcpalaw.com

Application Deadline: 
ASAP

Innovation and Entrepreneurship Intern

Business Name: 
SFSU, Professor Minu Kumar from the Department of Marketing
Industry: 
Marketing
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
Graduate
Location: 
San Francisco, California
Days/Hours per Week: 
10 hours/week
Pay Range: 
n/a
Benefits: 

The student will earn 3 course credits of independent study course credit or hourly payment as determined by the university (usually about $18/hour). The student can choose either of these options.

Position Description: 

For those Masters students who are interested in Product Design, Development, and Entrepreneurship, Professor Minu Kumar from the Department of Marketing is looking to hire an Intern who will help him with his projects. This position is particularly suitable for individuals who are considering earning a Ph.D. in business or business-related fields. Position Description: The intern will help gather data about graduate programs in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, develop databases, manage social media communications, relating to professor Kumar’s projects with the Product Development Management Association (PDMA) and the SF State College of Business (COB) Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program.

Position Responsibilities: 

Tasks and Responsibilities (Approximately 10 hours a week): • A few hours of training related to PDMA and the COB Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program. • A large portion of the time will be spent researching Ph.D. programs in Innovation, Innovation Management, and Entrepreneurship across the world and compiling data about them. • Assist Professor Kumar with his work in the COB Innovation and Entrepreneurship fellows Program and related projects • Other miscellaneous tasks

Required Qualifications: 

• Good verbal and written communication skills • Robust and proven in developing databases based on online research • Skills using mailing platforms such as Mailchimp • High familiarity with Linkedin and other professional networking platforms • Skills using Qualtrics (Survey software) • Skills developing websites using platforms such as Squarespace/GoDaddy

How to Apply: 

Please contact mkumar@sfsu.edu with a cover letter and resume (one page) with “Innovation and Entrepreneurship Intern” in your subject line by February 8th 2019 (by 5:00 PM).

Application Deadline: 
ASAP

Youth and Family Marketing Coordinator Full Time job

Business Name: 
Peninsula Jewish Community Center
Industry: 
Non-Profit/Philanthropy
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Job
Grade Level: 
Graduate
Location: 
Foster City, CA
Days/Hours per Week: 
5 days / 40 hours per week
Pay Range: 
$57k - $62k annually
Benefits: 

-FREE gym membership: including access to personal trainers, group fitness classes, pools, and workout facilities. 

-accrued paid vacation and sick time 

-Medical/Dental/Vision

-Retirement 

Position Description: 

The PJCC is a non-profit agency serving the mid-peninsula for more than 65 years. Members, guests, and staff are as diverse as the area in which we live and the whole community and visitors are welcomed with joy. We support wellness your way ™ at our fitness and aquatics center, day camps, preschool, older adult transportation services, and numerous youth and adult enrichment and Jewish Life programs.



The Youth and Family Marketing Coordinator (YFMC) is inspired by youth development and learning, the day camping experience, early childhood education, and brings a passion for creative, compelling marketing storytelling. With strong writing, editing, and project management skills, the YFMC coordinates detailed projects with tight timelines to meet and exceed strategic goals. 



The YFMC will contribute to influential digital marketing content development and deployment, print marketing, multi-channel communications, direct mail marketing, and video production for three PJCC business units: year-round Camp Keff, the Early Childhood Education (ECE) Preschool, and Treehouse After School.  A highly collaborative colleague, the YFMC will work successfully in dynamic settings with peers, youth participants, and their parents. 

Position Responsibilities: 

Work with Marketing Team to plan, execute, and analyze digital and traditional marketing, content planning and creation, and communications strategies and tactics for Youth and Family programs and events, including and not limited to diverse social media channels, multiple PJCC websites, e-mail campaigns, online and print advertising, print collateral, direct mail, and video production. 



Ensure consistency of PJCC program brand look and feel, and messaging. Research marketplace competition and program participant demographics to provide insights for Marketing Team and apply to strategic initiatives. 



Help manage individual department marketing budgets. Support camper acquisition and retention. 



Embed with Camp Team during the summer season to photograph and video camp activities, manage and execute social and digital engagement from the field. 



Meet regularly with Director of Digital Media to report on progress, problem solve, brainstorm, and evaluate priorities. 



Collaborate with colleagues for effective and compelling graphic design, content strategy and execution, public relations, web site development, e-mail, video production, and data analysis. 



Help identify new marketing strategic opportunities and support marketing testing. 

Required Qualifications: 

Education and/or Experience: 



Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Marketing Communications. Advertising, Digital Media or Journalism.

3+ years of experience in Marketing and Communications; Experience in agency or in-house environment

Preferred Qualifications: 

Knowledge of Jewish Culture, a Plus 

Knowledge of Camp, ECE Preschool, and After School Programs, a Plus

How to Apply: 

Please view the following link for more details: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=3336...

Application Deadline: 
Open until filled

Mental Health Clinician Full-Time Job

Business Name: 
Peninsula Family Connections
Industry: 
Education
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Job
Grade Level: 
Graduate
Location: 
Menlo Park and Redwood City, CA
Days/Hours per Week: 
40
Pay Range: 
64,400-72,800/year
Benefits: 

Medical, Health, Vision, and Dental Benefits. Flexible Time Off. Mileage Reimbursement.

Position Description: 

Family Connections is a family learning community focused on education and growth for underserved children AND their parents and caregivers. We are a learning community in which children and parents attend programs together, learn together and grow together, from birth into Kindergarten and beyond. Our programs and services are offered at no cost so that all underserved families in our community, regardless of their circumstances, can participate. Our parent participation preschools provide enriching early learning experiences for birth-to-five year olds, resulting in children who arrive at kindergarten academically and socially ready to learn. Our parent leadership education and holistic family support systems help parents confidently and successfully embrace their role as their child’s first teacher, most influential role model and best advocate.



The Mental Health Clinician will focus on providing screening and assessment of the families we serve in our preschool programs, as well as providing short-term home and community-based therapeutic services and supports.



The Mental Health Clinician will be part of a collaborative community-based team of early childhood providers, including Family Educators, a Psychologist and two interns, and other key staff. This specific position serves the communities of Redwood City, East Palo Alto, and eastern Menlo Park.



A successful candidate for this position will have proven history working with young children and families, and will be able to communicate a sense of passion and commitment to early childhood mental health and family systems work. In addition, they will be comfortably working independently across settings, including home, community and classroom.

Position Responsibilities: 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:



Complete an assessment for each participating family (parents and children) that is inclusive of parenting skills and psychosocial well-being two times per year.

Create a treatment plan, based on the family’s assessed needs.

Provide short-term clinical services based on the treatment plan including, but not limited to, individual, family and/or group therapy, and assist the child/family in meeting case plan goals before terminating services.

Refer families for any needs that require a higher level of care, or are considered specialties, in order to meet treatment plan goals.

Meet with families, at minimum, once per week to assure needs and/or crisis are being managed.

Coordinate with Family Educators, Psychologist, and other key staff to support the unique needs of each family.

Coordinate treatment with other providers who are involved with each family.

Comply with documentation requirements.

Participate in program evaluation efforts.

Collaborate with team members to implement outreach efforts aimed at engaging families and building relationships with community partners.

Maintain client files and program documentation.

Attend group supervision, individual supervision, and regular program staff meetings.

Attend other meetings and trainings as required.

Provide informational training or presentations to community groups, as assigned.

Other duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications: 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:



Bilingual Spanish speaking required.

Excellent clinical assessment and therapeutic skills.

Knowledge of infant/child development and infant and early childhood mental health.

Experience working with families, and knowledge of Family Systems theories, models, and interventions.

Knowledge of DSM-V diagnosis and ability to accurately diagnose children and adults.

Knowledge of the dynamics and treatment of family violence.

Strong written and oral communication skills in English and Spanish.

Excellent organizational and time-management skills.

Experience working with culturally and ethnically diverse populations.

Strong ability to work both independently and within a larger collaborative system of agencies, individuals, and disciplines.

Ability to work as a team member and to accomplish tasks supporting the agency’s mission.





WORKING CONDITIONS:



Work in both an office setting and in the field.

Home visits required.

Driving throughout Southern San Mateo County required.

Preferred Qualifications: 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:



Minimum level of education is a Master’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work, marriage and family therapy, or a related field (MSW or MS/MA minimum).

At minimum, must be registered with appropriate licensing board.

License as an MFT, LCSW or Psychologist strongly preferred.

If not licensed, at least one year working in a similar environment required.

The employee must have a valid CA driver’s license, and their own car with valid auto insurance.

How to Apply: 

Please email a detailed cover letter and resume to spoulain@familyconnections.org

 

More information about the agency and its programs can be found at www.familyconnections.org

Application Deadline: 
Open until filled

Teaching Assistant for COB, SFSU

Business Name: 
College of Business, SFSU
Industry: 
Education
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Job
Grade Level: 
Graduate
Location: 
SFSU/ ONLINE
Days/Hours per Week: 
TBD
Pay Range: 
$15.00
Benefits: 

n/a

Position Description: 

Teaching Assistant to assist me for two sections of undergraduate business course (BUS690), held during spring 2019. 

After the first meeting with me at my office for an introductory session, we will communicate online or via phone call except for any emergency or unforeseen circumstances. We will discuss the due dates for each grading, and you will send me the graded work by the scheduled due dates.

Position Responsibilities: 

1. Grading assignments

-2 Case analysis exams 

-1 Team report 

-5 Team project progress reports 

2. Grading summary work

Required Qualifications: 

A qualified candidate should have a strong management background and have taken a strategic management course (BA690) or course equivalent, and received an -A grade or better.

Preferred Qualifications: 

Someone who is friendly and easy to communicate.

How to Apply: 

email narajeong@sfsu.edu with your resume.

Application Deadline: 
ASAP

Outreach & Research Intern

Business Name: 
Self-Help
Industry: 
Non-Profit/Philanthropy
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
All University students
Location: 
Oakland, CA
Days/Hours per Week: 
5 days/week ~25-40 hours
Pay Range: 
TBD
Benefits: 

N/A

Position Description: 

The Organization:
Self-Help is a leading national community development financial institution (CDFI) headquartered in Durham, NC. Founded in 1980, Self-Help has provided over $7 billion in financing to 131,000 families, individuals and businesses underserved by traditional financial institutions. It helps drive economic development and strengthen communities by financing hundreds of homebuyers each year, as well as nonprofits, child care centers, community health facilities, public charter schools, and residential and commercial real estate projects. The Self-Help family of non-profit organizations includes North Carolina’s Self-Help Credit Union, Self-Help Federal Credit Union, Self-Help Ventures Fund and the Center for Responsible Lending, a national policy and advocacy organization addressing abusive lending practices. Through its credit union network, Self-Help serves over 129,000 people in North Carolina, California, Chicago and Florida and offers a full range of financial products and services. Learn more at www.self-help.org, www.self-helpfcu.org and www.responsiblelending.org.

Internship Program:
Self-Help/CRL offers a 10 week summer internship program that is designed to give students valuable experience in a professional setting while broadening their knowledge of Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI’s). Along with each specific intern project, the intern will participate in a series of brownbag lunches to learn more about Self-Help and the Community Development industry as a whole. Interns will also be given the opportunity to network with one another and other Self-Helpers through a variety of planned events.

Internship Description:
Research deposit raising opportunities for Self-Help from organizations and high net worth individuals across the state of California. Focus on research, messaging and outreach in various sectors across the state to promote our credit union products & services for institutions & organizations in the following sectors: Green, Faith, Education, Healthy Foods, Housing, Cooperatives, LGBTQ, Women, Immigrants, African Americans, GoLocal Bay Area.

Position Responsibilities: 
Key Deliverables:
  •  Complete research on organizations, institutions and foundations across the state that intersect with Self-Help’s mission as targets for deposit-raising. Research will include asset size, mission fit, history of past deposits & grants to similar organizations, board of directors/staff mapping, and other discreet focus areas which paint a picture of investment likelihood.
  • Write memo on deposit-raising research that will be circulated internally to branch/area managers and other relevant staff in regions across CA.
  • Support targeted messaging/communications/online outreach to different types of potential organizational depositors (faith, foundations, environmental/economic justice/immigrant justice NGOs, banks, anchor institutions). Produce original content for review by MarComms team.
  • Support team efforts around deposit tracking with Salesforce and the UDB.

Essential Responsibilities:
  • Outreach/communications, research, data entry, writing.
  • Interest in community development and impact-oriented finance.

 

Required Qualifications: 

• Excellent analytical/writing skills; experience in organizational outreach & partner development; knowledge of Bay Area networks & organizations.
• Proficient with Excel, Powerpoint, Word.
• Self-starter, able to take initiative and complete tasks with little supervision.

Physical Requirements:

  • Frequently requires use of manual dexterity and repetitive motions, primarily with the wrists, hands, and/or fingers. Must be able to occasionally lift and exert force of up to 10 pounds.
Preferred Qualifications: 

• Graphic design experience; marketing experience; fundraising experience; event planning.

How to Apply: 

Please submit a thoughtful cover letter describing why you are interested in this internship and a resume to internships@self-help.org with the internship title as the subject by February 26, 2019.

Self-Help is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all persons regardless of race, color, class, age, gender, religion, disability that can be accommodated, marital status, ancestry, nationality, family status or sexual orientation.

Application Deadline: 
02/26/2019

Commercial Real Estate Job Opportunity

Business Name: 
Property Sciences
Industry: 
Real Estate
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Job
Grade Level: 
Graduate
Location: 
Glendale, East Bay and Seattle offices
Days/Hours per Week: 
Full time
Pay Range: 
DOE
Benefits: 

·     Immediate professional recognition in working with a nationally recognized firm

·     Compensation DOE.

·     Employee benefits, such as health insurance and 401k with corporate match.

·     A support group of like-minded peers.

·     An office culture of friendliness, respect, teamwork, quality and integrity.

 

Position Description: 

We are offering full-time, permanent opportunity for motivated college graduates out of our Glendale, East Bay and Seattle offices. We require exposure and understanding of commercial real estate and finance principles. This is an excellent opportunity to immediately learn about and analyze different types of commercial properties. Commercial real estate is one of the most dynamic industries in California, and this a great position to immediately become involved in numerous transactions.

WHO WE ARE

Property Sciences (www.propsci.com) is a national real estate valuation firm with offices in So. Cal, Nor. Cal, Seattle and opening offices in Texas and Florida. Relocation between offices could be possible.  We work with clients such as banks, insurance companies and Wall Street investment firms to value commercial real estate for lending, financial reporting and investment purposes. Our staff utilizes cutting edge proprietary software in our analysis, report production and data management. We are focused on a high level of professionalism and continued, rapid growth.

 

Position Responsibilities: 

The types of tasks you will develop expertise in include the following:

·     Assembling and analyzing macro and micro economic data relating to commercial real estate market fundamentals

·     Researching commercial real estate market transactions (sales and rentals) to understand market participants’ motivations and investment criteria

·     Conducting field work to inspect individual building construction components and condition as well as neighborhood characteristics

·     Reviewing historical operating statements for various types of properties

·     Preparing income and expense projections based on research and industry benchmarks

The types of properties analyzed include a variety of commercial real estate, such as apartment buildings, shopping centers, industrial warehouses, hotels/motels, subdivision land, and office buildings. Many of our associates concentrate and become experts in one or two property types.

 

Required Qualifications: 

·     Bachelor’s degree in Real Estate, Finance, Accounting, Architecture or Economics.

·     Masters Degree Preferred.

·     Other degrees will be considered, but commercial real estate knowledge and analytical skills are crucial to success.

·     Excellent verbal and written communications and attention to detail.

·     Advanced skills in Microsoft Word and Excel required. Preferred knowledge in ARGUS

·     Strong time management skills.

·     Desire to learn and have a strong work ethic.

·     Ability to travel.

·     Legally able to work in US.

·     Trainee License not required.

 

Preferred Qualifications: 

How to Apply: 

To apply, send resume and cover letter to Arthur Neudek, Managing Director, Commercial Division at Arthur.Neudek@propsci.com

Application Deadline: 
ASAP

2019 Panetta Congressional Internship

Business Name: 
Panetta Institute for Public Policy
Industry: 
Government/Public Administration
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
Sophomore
Junior
Location: 
Monterey, CA (with a two-week training course in Washington, D.C.)
Days/Hours per Week: 
11 Weeks
Pay Range: 
Internship provides a stipend as well as covers all expenses, including air travel, and food and lodging while in Monterey and in Washington, D.C.
Benefits: 
Each Fall semester, the Panetta Institute for Public Policy provides select CSU students:
  • Two-week training courses on the working for the U.S. Congress, then sends them to Washington, D.C.
  • All expenses paid – 11 weeks/college units
  • Attendance during special seminars with government leaders, journalists, and policy experts.

 

Position Description: 

Each fall semester, the  Panetta Institute for Public Policy , located in Monterey, provides select CSU students with an intensive two-week training course on the workings of the U.S. Congress, then sends them to Washington, DC, all expenses paid, for 11 weeks to serve for a California member in the House of Representatives. In Washington, interns will attend special seminars with government leaders, journalists, and policy experts. Students majoring in any subject are eligible to apply. The internship covers all expenses, including air travel, and food and lodging while in Monterey and in Washington, DC. Each intern also will receive a stipend to help cover other expenses. Interns may earn up to 20 semester credits through CSU Monterey for a semester.

Position Responsibilities: 

Tasks

  • Willingness to accept entry level work and take on assigned tasks as team player
  • Provide tours of Capitol Building
  • Draft correspondence, attend hearins, take notes and provide reports
  • Conduct issue/legislative research

Expectations

Panetta:

Be willing to live in assigned group housing with other interns during the entire program:

  • Work full-time in a Congressional Office. See Congressional Internship Job Description.
  • Accept entry level work assigned to unpaid assistants (interns):
  • Take on assigned tasks and work hard:
  • Attend reqiried seminars in Washington, D.C. (arranged by the Panetta Institute):
  • Submit a brief weekly report to the Panetta Institute:
  • Maintain a journal: and
  • Write a twenty-page research paper

SF State (ICCE)

  • Document internship experience while in Washington on the SF State ePortfolio
  • Help recruit the next Panetta intern by making presentations in classrooms
  • Conduct two info sessions, one each semester (in collaboration with ICCE)
  • Participate in the Panetta selection committee to select the next intern
  • Document final research project with the ICCE archives

Students must be able to participate fully in this Congressional Internship Program and not be involved in any other employment or pursuit of employment. Further, no additional course enrollment is allowed outside of the Congressional Internship Program. That includes preparing for or scheduling of LSAT, MCAT, ORE, or other graduate school exams or preparing for other tests. And, finally, students will not be excused for family or other reasons unless there is an emergency or extenuating circumstance.

 

Required Qualifications: 
Student Eligibility:
  • Students majoring in any subject are eligible to apply
  • U.S. citizen and State of California resident
  • Upper division undergraduate: Junior or Senior in Fall 2017 (120 units maximum)
  • Superior academic achievement (3.3+ GPA)
  • Demonstrated commitment to community and public service and leadership
  • Excellent English oral and written skills to interact with constituents appropriately
  • Willing to live in assigned group housing during the entire 11 week program
  • Never been disciplined under the CA Code of Regulations, Title 5, Article 2, Sec. 41301
  • Proof of health insurance that is compliant with the Affordable Care Act and covers the students while residing and working in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area
  • Undergo a background check

 

Preferred Qualifications: 

How to Apply: 

For more information contact Jose R. Lopez at  jirlopez@sfsu.edu

Click here for more information and application form.

2019 SFSU Panetta Timeline:

  • Thursday, Janurary 31st
    Info Session with Current Panetta Intern (12:30pm, LIB 222)
     
  • Wednesday, February 13th
    Application Due by 5pm
     
  • Week of February 18th
    ICCE Selects and Interviews Candidates
     
  • Monday, February 25th
    ICCE Submit Recommendation to the SFSU President
     
  • Week of February 25th
    SFSU President Interviews Student Nominee(s)
     
  • Friday, March 1st
    Deadline for SFSU Nomination to the Panetta Institute

 

Application Deadline: 
02/13/2019

Marketing and Social Media Intern for Artisan Food Marketplace

Business Name: 
Castro Valley Marketplace
Industry: 
Other
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
All University students
Location: 
Castro Valley, CA (part remote)
Days/Hours per Week: 
8-20
Pay Range: 
$15/hr or DOE
Benefits: 

This is a paid internship, and not a benefited position.

Position Description: 

The marketing and social media intern is responsible for executing Castro Valley Marketplace’s (CVM’s) marketing strategy, working across key social media channels including Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. This is a 6-month paid internship (flexible but anticipated 8-20 hours per week).

Position Responsibilities: 

• Increase the number of followers/likes on CVM’s social media platforms by following and engaging with CVM’s consumers, tenant businesses, and local community (artists, makers, community groups) to build awareness leading up to Summer 2019 grand opening.
• Posting updates on CVM’s Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts, including reposting content from CVM businesses and local food media on CVM accounts as appropriate.
• Respond to CVM incoming emails and social media comments and messages/comments promptly.
• Work with project partners and tenant businesses to ensure profiles and contact lists (particularly social media accounts) are accurate, connected with CVM, and up to date.
• Support content marketing (email, social media, etc.) and update editorial calendar via Trello.
• Track key analytics on a monthly basis including site visits, impressions, new followers, email list growth, etc.
• Help with live community events, meetings and other administrative duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications: 

• Proven written communication skills, and the ability to work collaboratively with a team, some of whom are remote/offsite.
• An interest in marketing, communications, social media, and reputation management.
• Familiarity with key social media tools (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Yelp) and Microsoft Office a must.
• Excellent attention to detail and a high motivation to learn.

Preferred Qualifications: 

Familiarity with Trello, blogging/web content, and email marketing tools a plus.
Enthusiastic interest and/or background in food strongly preferred.

How to Apply: 

Please send an email explaining why you are interested in this internship, your best estimate of availability to work (hours per week and/or days of availability) during the months of February through August 2019, and a resume/CV to rachel@castrovalleymarketplace.com.

Application Deadline: 
ASAP