First Fridays Fun - May 3rd, 2019

Event Date: 
Friday, May 3, 2019 - 4:30pm to 6:30pm
Location: 
Downtown Campus- 835 Market Street, 5th Floor San Francisco CA 94103

First Fridays Fun

On the first Friday of every month, Lam Family College of Business graduate students, staff, faculty, and alumni are invited to an informal social + educational event at the downtown campus, from 4:30-6:30 PM.

  1. Networking 4:30 to 5:45
  2. Speaker 5:45 to 6:30

Please join us for all or part of the evening. Let's make this a community event in a relaxed atmosphere, one that supports many interests, perspectives, and schedules to promote curiosity in a continuous learning environment.

May 3, 2019:

Speaker: Kelley Martino, Business Planning Analyst, Playstation (SF State MBA, 2015)
Kelley is a former NCAA Division 1 Athlete and worked for the San Jose Earthquakes MLFB soccer team. She will share her career story.

Please register so that we can order sufficient snacks and drinks.

Paralegal (Secondment at Facebook)

Business Name: 
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
Industry: 
Law
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Job
Grade Level: 
Graduate
Location: 
Menlo Park, CA
Days/Hours per Week: 
37.5 Hours per week plus overtime as needed
Pay Range: 
DOE
Benefits: 

Akin Gump provides administrative and professional staff with competitive compensation and outstanding benefits, including the following:



Compensation:

competitive salaries, adjustments based on performance

paid overtime to non-exempt employees

discretionary merit bonuses

referral bonus program

paid time off

10 paid holidays annually



Health and Welfare Benefits:

choice of medical, dental and vision plans designed to fit individual needs, including coverage for dependents and spouse/domestic partners

firm-supplemented health reimbursement account for plan participants

flexible spending accounts for health and dependent care expenses

commuter benefits

employee assistance program

health advocate services

wellness program

short-term paid medical leave and adoption leave

firm-paid life insurance

firm-paid long-term disability insurance

supplemental life insurance and accidental death and dismemberment insurance, including coverage options for dependents and spouse/domestic partners

back-up dependent care services

LASIK surgery discounts

Flexible work arrangements

Position Description: 

Office: Silicon Valley



Department: Ethics and Compliance Team at Facebook



Reports To: Assigned Attorney(s), Regulatory Practice Manager, Local Manager at Client Site



FLSA Status: Non-Exempt



Schedule: Core Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday-Friday, unless otherwise approved; additional hours as required to fulfill responsibilities

Akin Gump is looking for an organized, ambitious candidate who is interested in gaining incredible exposure to the emerging technology and legal fields. This is a unique opportunity to work with Akin Gump and Facebook as a contract paralegal in Facebook's Global Trade Compliance group for a year. This partnership provides applicants with the best of both worlds: in-house experience with a cutting edge company and the support of an AM Law 100 firm. We are looking for someone with solid academic credentials and a proven work history of proactive, organized, and creative thinking. In return, this opportunity is an impressive resume builder and networking opportunity for those looking to pursue a career in law and/or want to explore the Silicon Valley environment.



After the opportunity ends, applicants are welcome to apply to any existing opportunity at Akin Gump they may be qualified for.

 

Position Responsibilities: 
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Duties are performed throughout every work day, as necessary):
• Undertake a variety of legal research and regulatory monitoring projects. 
• Maintain a running trackers of all those cases, matters, projects 
• Work with our team to ensure that all new cases are entered in the tracker and are updated regularly
• Assis with preparing regulatory filings 
• Triage requests for non-standard contract terms 
• Support audit and assessment activities
• Acts as notary for regulatory filings 
• Administer compliance training 
• Maintain case management projects, legal research library, etc. 
• Anticipate and assume responsibility for different staffing needs.

OTHER ESSENTIAL DUTIES (Duties are performed periodically, as necessary):
• Travel, as required by the Practice and/or client.

 
Required Qualifications: 

• BA/BS degree required

Preferred Qualifications: 

 3-4 years of work experience required, preferably as a paralegal or related profession

Application Deadline: 
Open until filled

Guest Services Coordinator - Live in Position

Business Name: 
EF Education First
Industry: 
Hotel, Restaurant, Hospitality
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Job
Grade Level: 
All University students
Location: 
Downtown San Francisco
Days/Hours per Week: 
25 Hrs per week
Pay Range: 
13.00/hr
Benefits: 

This is a live-in position and you will be provided with free accommodation at the residence (bedroom with private bathroom). In addition, all shifts are compensated at $13/hour.

Position Description: 

Do enjoy working with people from around the world?

Would you describe yourself as responsible, caring, and a problem solver?

If yes, then you may be an ideal Guest Services Coordinator at EF International Language Campus – San Francisco. This live-in position is based at our student residence. Reporting to the Residence Director, your mission will be to deliver above-and-beyond customer service to our student body, providing a home-away-from-home during their time in the U.S. You will wear many different hats including receptionist, resident advisor (RA), activity leader, facilities assistant, concierge and more.

Position Responsibilities: 

Staff residence reception desk during evening/weekend hours – greet customers and answer questions, monitor guest sign-ins and security camera feeds, and complete various administrative projects as assigned. Get to know customers by name and build a sense of community within the residence. Warmly welcome new customers by ensuring all rooms are prepared in advance, helping them with their luggage and providing a weekly orientation for new residents. Perform regular room checks to build rapport with customers and proactively identify/resolve cleaning/maintenance/safety issues (i.e. fix issues before customers see them)

Required Qualifications: 

High School Diploma plus minimum two years work experience preferably in customer service, student services, tourism or hospitality BA and/or previous experience in residence life or living/studying/working abroad highly preferred. U.S. work authorization and fluent written and spoken English. Availability to work minimum 15-20 hours per week evenings and weekends plus other shifts when needed. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills. Patience and enthusiasm for working with individuals of all ages, nationalities and limited to no English skills. Excellent attention to detail and organizational skills. Flexibility and comfort with a fast-paced, ever-changing environment; cool under pressure. Willingness and desire to take charge in an emergency and follow established policies and procedures. Superb customer service skills – you are a self-starter and problem-solver. Reliability – you are dependable, punctual, honest and very professional. You have immense passion, a great sense of humor, very positive attitude and a big smile

Preferred Qualifications: 

N/A

How to Apply: 

Apply via website with Resume at https://careers.ef.com/job/o1fT8fw1/

Also send resume to christian.hernandez@ef.com for further consideration

Application Deadline: 
Open until filled

Recruiting Coordinator

Business Name: 
Randstad Professionals
Industry: 
Biotech & Pharmaceuticals
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Job
Grade Level: 
All University students
Location: 
Burlingame
Days/Hours per Week: 
40 hours per week
Pay Range: 
$20-$22/hr
Benefits: 

Excellent opportunity to get into the HR space and biotechnology industry

Position Description: 

Growing biotechnology company on the Peninsula is looking for a Recruiting Coordinator to join the Recruiting department. Recruiting Coordinator will work closely with the Talent Acquisition Specialist, Director of Talent Acquisition and hiring managers to effectively coordinate high volume interview activity. Recruiting Coordinator will be an expert in scheduling interviews and guide candidates through the recruiting process. Excellent entry level opportunity to get into the biotechnology industry and gain exposure into the world of recruiting.

Position Responsibilities: 

Growing biotechnology company on the Peninsula is looking for a Recruiting Coordinator to join the Recruiting department. Recruiting Coordinator will work closely with the Talent Acquisition Specialist, Director of Talent Acquisition and hiring managers to effectively coordinate high volume interview activity. Recruiting Coordinator will be an expert in scheduling interviews and guide candidates through the recruiting process. Excellent entry level opportunity to get into the biotechnology industry and gain exposure into the world of recruiting.

Required Qualifications: 

3 months to 1 year of office administration experience

Preferred Qualifications: 

1 year of office administration experience. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

How to Apply: 

Send resume in word doc to fion.hu@randstadusa.com

Application Deadline: 
ASAP

Summer Program Manager

Business Name: 
Rising Sun Center for Opportunity
Industry: 
Non-Profit/Philanthropy
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
All University students
Location: 
Bay Area
Days/Hours per Week: 
Full time (40 hours/week), temporary, non-exempt
Pay Range: 
$21/hour plus mileage reimbursement at the federal rate ($o.58 cents per mile)
Benefits: 

n/a

Position Description: 

Rising Sun Center for Opportunity (formerly Rising Sun Energy Center) is a premier non-profit organization working at the intersection of economic equality and climate resilience in the greater Bay Area and San Joaquin County. We offer two programs, Climate Careers and Opportunity Build, that provide youth and adults the training and experience necessary to access sustainable career pathways and to maximize their potential.

Climate Careers (formally known as California Youth Energy Services) combines home energysaving services with youth development. Our no-cost residential Green House Call service consists of energy and water audits and efficiency device installations, along with a client educational component. Youth program participants deliver the service to thousands of homes every year. These youth participants, ages 15-24 from disadvantaging circumstances, gain valuable experience, participate in career and sustainability-focused workshops, and earn while they learn. Climate Careers empowers young people to find career success, helps residents lower their utility bills, and strengthens communities in the face of economic and environmental challenges.

The Summer Program Manager (Summer PM) position implements the Climate Careers program in a specific county, or set of counties, in the greater Bay Area while also supporting the overall goals of the Climate Careers program. The Summer PM will work with a co-manager and is jointly responsible for site office administration, youth management, client identification and scheduling, and oversight of service delivery to residential clients. This position calls for someone who thrives in a fast-paced environment and who can balance multiple priorities. A successful candidate will equally enjoy administrative tasks, community engagement, and direct supervision and development of youth. The Summer PM reports directly to the Regional Manager and collaborates with the Outreach and Marketing Manager.

Position Responsibilities: 

• Collaborate to provide on-the-ground supervision of day-to-day operations at a satellite Climate Careers office

• Responsible for successful achievement of all site deliverables

• Directly onboard/train, supervise, and mentor nine to thirteen youth program participants

• Collaborate with Youth Development Specialist to address youth issues/barriers to participation and to deliver programming to further enhance youth experience

• “Phone banking” (approximately 30-50% of time in the summer): setting appointments by phone with community members who expressed interest in the service at prior outreach events

• Coordinate site logistics, including, but not limited to: timesheets, payroll submission, expense reimbursement, and meticulous preparation of and monitoring of all supplies, tools, and materials related to the service

• Provide continuous evaluation and training to program participants to ensure skill development and the highest possible quality of service

• Conduct community outreach to engage with clients and sign them up for the Green House Call service and the Home Energy Analytics Platform

• Handle all customer service-related tasks including re-scheduling, complaints, and customer testimonials

 

Required Qualifications: 

As a Summer Program Manager, you MUST:

• Have a car, valid driver’s license, and motor vehicle insurance

• Be able to pass a motor vehicle record check with a safe driving record

• Be able to pass a criminal background check

• Be able to travel 40% - 60% of the time (locally, and to Bay Area training locations)

• Be able to lift 25 pounds and walk up to half a mile at a time

• Be an effective verbal and written communicator with strong customer service skills

• Be comfortable engaging with the public and adapting a message for diverse audiences

• Be passionate about youth development and/or education, with the compassion and empathy to work with youth from various backgrounds

• Comfortable training and teaching others

• Able to foster a fun, energetic, and goal-oriented environment

• Able to support and supervise youth program participants, assign work effectively, and address performance issues as they arise

• Competent with the Google Suite and comfortable with database and information management

• Highly motivated to develop managerial and professional skills

 

Preferred Qualifications: 
  • Have experience in youth development, education, management, sustainability, and/or community engagement and outreach
  • Are bilingual in Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Tagalog, Vietnamese, and/or other languages
How to Apply: 

Please email your resume, cover letter, and three professional references to spm@risingsunopp.org, and include “Summer Program Manager” in the subject line. We are accepting resumes and hiring on a rolling basis, so we highly encourage you to get your application in as soon as possible.

Application Deadline: 
ASAP

Energy Specialist

Business Name: 
Rising Sun Center for Opportunity
Industry: 
Non-Profit/Philanthropy
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
All University students
Location: 
Bay Area
Days/Hours per Week: 
TBD
Pay Range: 
15.00/hr
Benefits: 

n/a

Position Description: 

 

Rising Sun Center for Opportunity (formerly Rising Sun Energy Center) is a premier workforce development and community resilience non-profit serving the Bay Area and San Joaquin County. We offer two programs, Climate Careers and Opportunity Build, that give youth and adults the training and experience they need to access sustainable career pathways and to maximize their potential. For more information about Rising Sun, please visit www.risingsunopp.org

The Climate Careers program was started by a small group of high schoolers as a way to take direct environmental action in their community. In 2019, over 150 youth participants will have the opportunity to build their resume and professional skillset through work-based learning as Energy Specialists and Leaders in Field Training. Energy Specialist participants will:

• Get PAID to participate in weekly Professional Development workshops to help you with career skills – resumes, interview skills, networking, and more!

• Get PAID to deliver the Green House Call service, gaining knowledge and work experience in the sustainability field that looks great on your resume

• Leave the program with a professional portfolio that will help you get your next job

• Gain post-summer access to Climate Careers alumni events

The Climate Careers Program (Energy Specialist) is for young people ages 15-22 from low income households and/or other disadvantaging circumstances (see full qualifying list on the online program application at risingsunopp.org/youth-participant-application/). The workbased learning portion of the program is comprised by fulfilling the duties of the Energy Specialist position, outlined below.

Position Responsibilities: 
  •  Deliver no-cost Green House Calls
  •  Work with a partner to visit 3-5 homes in your community per day (by appointment!) to help residents save water and energy
  • Carry out a basic energy and water use assessment and replace inefficient measures with energy- and water-saving devices 
  •  Learn the ins and outs of home energy efficiency and how small changes in a home can help save money on utility bills and save the environment 
  • Participate in weekly professional development workshops 
  • Assist your managers as needed in the tasks needed to run a Climate Careers office, including, but not limited to: scheduling appointments by phone, daily tracking of materials, inventory, and keeping the office neat and tidy
Required Qualifications: 

Energy Specialist Requirements

• Able to participate in the full 7-week program (June 24 – August 9, 2019)

• Able to independently get to and from the site location each day

• Able to maintain a professional appearance and attitude, including adhering to the dress code (Rising Sun provides uniform polo shirts)

• An effective communicator with strong presentation skills or a desire to develop these skills

Energy Specialist *Driver* Requirements

If you meet the above requirements for the Energy Specialist, but also:

• Are 18-22 years old with everyday use of a car, valid driver’s license, and auto insurance, and

• Can pass a Motor Vehicle record check for safe driving, Then you are qualified to be an Energy Specialist Driver (ESD). ESDs do the same work as Energy Specialists but get paid more to drive themselves and their partners to and from local appointments using their own car.

How to Apply: 

Go to our website to apply online! risingsunopp.org/youth-participant-application/

Application Deadline: 
ASAP

Entry-Level Commercial Estimator

Business Name: 
CentiMark Corporation
Industry: 
Construction
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Job
Grade Level: 
Senior
Location: 
Hayward
Days/Hours per Week: 
45
Pay Range: 
$40k to $60k DOE
Benefits: 
  • Health Insurance (medical, dental, and vision)
  • Life Insurance
  • Paid vacation/holidays
  • Company Vehicle
  • Coverage of Business Expenses
  • 401(k) and Employee Stock Ownership Programs
Position Description: 

This position will directly support a senior sales rep in the office. They will be going out to job sites to provide building specs, measurements, and a roofing system proposal. The estimator will also be interacting with building owners or decision makers to get information as company representative being the first face they see from CentiMark.

Position Responsibilities: 
  • Perform project take-offs from Architect/Construction Spec Drawings.
  • Prepare project submittals for specified contract projects.
  • Travel to customer’s locations and inspect roofs and perform take offs
  • Communicate with customers and check roofs for problem areas.
  • Measures roofs and estimate the amount of roofing material and labor needed to re-roof.
  • Will work closely with the sales force to provide them with accurate information for the creation of proposals for customers.
  • Prepare estimates and quotations and detailed proposals through the use of a proprietary computer system
  • Perform regular site visits to on-going projects to support operations and enhance the customer communication and experience
  • Review projects and prepare regular job progress reports
  • Will need to travel out of town occasionally.
  • Market to new potential prospects in the area.

 

Required Qualifications: 
  • Organizational, Analytical, Problem Solving and People Skills.
  • Understanding of new construction and specification driven bidding processes a plus.
  • Ability to read/interpret architectural drawings and perform project take offs.
  • Ability to compile and prepare project submittals.
  • Ability to track project change orders.
  • Able to complete project closeout documentation as required.
  • Computer skills (proficient in MS Word, Excel and Bid Estimating Software)
  • General Construction, Roofing and/or Sales Experience a Plus
  • A Valid driver’s license in good standing
  • Able to climb up & down ladders to minimum heights of 25 feet
Preferred Qualifications: 

Experience with: THERMOPLASTIC, BUR, METAL, SHINGLES, EPDM, SPF FOAM and COATINGS a plus but will train the right individual.

Application Deadline: 
Open until filled

Relief Manager

Business Name: 
Security Public Storage
Industry: 
Salesify
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Job
Grade Level: 
All University students
Location: 
San Francisco
Days/Hours per Week: 
Sunday and Monday
Pay Range: 
$18.00 per hour plus commission on units rented, which can be substantial
Benefits: 

Commission on units rented, which can be substantial

Position Description: 

Seeking a highly ambitious, career oriented professional to work PART-TIME on Sunday, and Monday assisting in operating and selling units in our busy self-storage facility in Hayes Valley, San Francisco.



This is an ideal position for a student, someone with another part-time job or someone semi-retired. Qualified applicants should email their resume and an explanation of why this position is a good fit.

Position Responsibilities: 

Customer Service

Sales

Administrative Tasks

Upkeep of property curb appeal

Cleaning

Required Qualifications: 

Strong people and customer service skills

Sales experience or mindset

Computer acumen

Retail sales and marketing experience or mentality

High character and integrity

Organization and overall office skills

Storage experience is a plus

Preferred Qualifications: 

Strong people and customer service skills

Sales experience or mindset

Computer acumen

Retail sales and marketing experience or mentality

High character and integrity

Organization and overall office skills

Storage experience is a plus

How to Apply: 
Application Deadline: 
Open until filled

1649 Accountant Trainee Program

Business Name: 
City and County of San Francisco (CCSF)
Industry: 
Accounting
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Internship
Grade Level: 
Senior
Location: 
San Francisco, California
Days/Hours per Week: 
N/A
Pay Range: 
$65,312.00-68,562.00/year
Benefits: 

The 1649 Accountant Trainee Program, also known as 1649 Accountant Internship Program, is a truly an amazing opportunity for talented individuals who are self-motivated, collaborative, eager to learn and have a desire to develop their accounting skills. This 18-month program is designed for you to become a skilled government accountant with the ability to promote into professional-level accounting positions. During the program, you will expand your formal education, receive hands-on experience and get mentored by highly skilled government accountants. You will also develop strong analytical and communication skills and become experienced in using technology and financial information systems. Upon completion of this program, successful graduates will be promoted into the Permanent Civil Service 1652 Accountant II classification.

Position Description: 

Who We Are: The City and County of San Francisco (CCSF) has over 50 Departments with approximately 35,000 employees citywide. Approximately 280 employees are currently in the professional accounting series: 1649 Accountant Intern, 1652 Accountant II, 1654 Accountant III, 1657 Accountant IV, and beyond, in upper management series. 95% of these accountants have successfully completed the 1649 program! As the demand for greater transparency and accountability in the spending and allocation of government dollars continues to grow, the need has also grown for accounting professionals with specific expertise in government financial management.

Program Overview:

• Get mentored by higher-level, experienced accountants throughout the City departments.

• Two 9-month rotations, generally at two different departments, both large and small.

• Attend various training workshops to build technical competencies and develop an understanding of the City’s purchasing and accounting procedures.

• Receive periodic performance assessments to measure competencies throughout the program

• Rotational and final placements are determined by the 1649 Program Steering Committee based on competencies, needs and interests.

• Starting 1649 Accountant Trainee (Intern) Salary is $65,312.00. The City also offers flexible benefit plans with pretax elections, which include: medical, dental, and vision insurance; the City’s defined benefit retirement plan; deferred compensation plan; long-term disability insurance; life insurance; and a generous paid time off package.

Required Qualifications: 
  • Applicants must have a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university WITH eighteen (18) semester units or twenty-four (24) quarter units of coursework in Accounting at the time of appointment.
  • Only classes that are 3 units or more will be counted towards coursework requirement.
  • One or two-unit accounting electives will NOT be considered qualifying coursework, and neither will any related coursework (e.g. finance, economics, math, QuickBooks/Excel courses)
Preferred Qualifications: 

The stated desirable qualifications may be used to identify job finalists at the end of the selection process when candidates are referred to hiring.

• Professional accounting work experience which includes analysis or problem-solving. Experience should include: Working with an automated financial system (preferably a government system), performing difficult and responsible accounting, reporting work, as well as preparing financial records and reports.

• Proficient Skills using various computer software programs including Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word.

• Experience establishing, promoting and maintaining professional, cooperative-working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

• Experience speaking to a variety of audiences regarding financial information and related complex matters

How to Apply: 

To apply, visit the City & County of San Francisco’s Employment website at: https://www.jobapscloud.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=PEX&R2=1649&R3=095402

Application Deadline: 
APPLICATION FILING PERIOD: April 19, 2019 through May 17, 2019

Music, Video, and Social Media Assistant

Business Name: 
Rachel Garlin Music
Industry: 
Arts
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Job
Grade Level: 
Junior
Senior
Graduate
Location: 
San Francisco
Days/Hours per Week: 
Flexible days. 10-20 hours/week
Pay Range: 
$15-$25
Benefits: 

Participation in the world of music , including an upcoming album release. Be in dialogue with a professional musician who's been in the industry for 15+ years.

Position Description: 

The Music Assistant will manage multiple projects including content for social media, video editing, administrative tasks related to the life of and art of an Indie Musician.

Position Responsibilities: 
  • Manage content (songs, videos, graphics, etc.) for social media
  • Manage upcoming album release
  • Be a liaison to digital strategist, publicist, radio promoter, etc.
Required Qualifications: 
Organized, tech savvy, social media savvy.
 
Preferred Qualifications: 

Interest or experience in the music world.

How to Apply: 

Please send me a brief email stating your interest/experience. I'll do most of the vetting for this job by phone or in person.

Application Deadline: 
Open until filled