Fringe benefits package, training and leadership development opportunities, and opportunities for growth.
The Organization The Excelsior Action Group (EAG) is a community-driven organization made up of residents, merchants and community organizations actively developing & implementing a vision for the future of the Excelsior, Outer Mission, and Broad and Randolph commercial corridors. EAG executes a dynamic program to strengthen commercial corridors, that includes but is not limited to, business support and attraction, neighborhood beautification, and small business promotion. The Executive Director, EAG’s active Board of Directors, and volunteer sub-committees collaborate to achieve EAG’s mission and program for corridor revitalization. The Community Engagement Coordinator will assist the Executive Director in coordinating and implementing a variety of hands-on projects in keeping with EAG’s mission. The Community Engagement Coordinator will report directly to the Executive Director. Candidates This position is ideal for an individual seeking hands-on experience working with a diverse group of stakeholders, in particular small business owners and, getting fully-immersed, implementing and executing programs directly benefiting small businesses and the neighborhood commercial district. The candidate will have a strong interest in economic and community development and background in building community around project development and completion. The candidate will have a strong interest in making a difference in historically underserved neighborhoods in San Francisco. The candidate will be expected to be an integral member of a fast-paced team in a highly dynamic, casual, and fun office. Preferred experience in, marketing, grassroots community organizing, or event planning. Ability to speak Cantonese, Spanish or Tagalog is a plus.
EAG’s Community Engagement Program supports local entrepreneurs through the promotion of small businesses and fostering improved engagement of the local community with the commercial corridor through events, marketing, and corridor projects. The program will be led by the Community Engagement Coordinator and will be supported by neighborhood volunteers. Responsibilities include: ● Working with small business owners and partner organizations on marketing strategies for small businesses ● Coordinating and connecting small businesses to corridor-wide events and implementing individual small business events: such as Grand Openings, Holiday Events, and Small Business Saturday, and others ● Supporting EAG’s Vibrancy Committee with helping to improve the environment of the commercial corridor through volunteerism, in projects such as The Excelsior Arts and Music Festival, Kenny Alley Beautification Project, Ever Upward Plaza, and/or Art Walks. ● Community Engagements: Engage community members with the commercial corridor by working with partner organizations ● Recruit and manage volunteers for community events and projects. ● Ensure EAG database of volunteers and community stakeholders is accurate and comprehensive ● Contribute to the development and maintenance of the EAG website ● Report to the Executive Director as follows: update on progress of small business events and volunteer led community initiatives ● Represent EAG at various community meetings ● Other duties as assigned
Undergraduate degree required, graduate degree a plus, 2 years work experience in marketing, public relations, urban planning, volunteer management, public policy or related field. The ideal candidate will demonstrate: ● Social media marketing and other media marketing experience ● Presentation and public speaking experience; advocacy, volunteer training, or facilitation of committee meetings ● Comfortable engaging with stakeholders including neighborhood organizations, local nonprofit organizations, merchant groups, City Departments and elected officials ● Understanding of local economic development and open space stewardship tools ● Experience organizing volunteer-driven events ● Genuine interest and experience in place-making and urban revitalization ● Proven experience managing consultants and projects ● Ability to effectively manage and prioritize multiple tasks in fast paced environment ● Positive attitude; problem-solver ● Ability to take initiative and set and meet independent goals ● Ability to communicate and build partnerships with different constituencies ● Excellent organizational skills ● Design skills are a plus ● Bilingual Cantonese/Mandarin and/or Spanish speaking preferred but not required ● Familiarity with the Excelsior, Outer Mission, or Broad and Randolph communities is a plus
Fringe benefits package, training and leadership development opportunities, and opportunities for growth.
The Organization The Excelsior Action Group (EAG) is a community-driven organization made up of residents, merchants and community organizations actively developing & implementing a vision for the future of the Excelsior, Outer Mission, and Broad and Randolph commercial corridors. EAG executes a dynamic program of commercial corridor revitalization that includes but is not limited to business support and attraction, neighborhood beautification, and small business promotion. The Executive Director, EAG’s active Board of Directors, and volunteer sub-committees collaborate to achieve EAG’s mission and program for corridor revitalization. The Small Business Development Coordinator will assist the Executive Director in coordinating and implementing a variety of hands-on projects and programs in keeping with EAG’s mission. The Small Business Development Coordinator will report directly to the Executive Director. Candidates This position is ideal for an individual seeking hands-on experience working directly with diverse business owners, getting fully-immersed in small business programs offered by the City and County of San Francisco, and wishing to make a difference in historically underserved neighborhoods in San Francisco. The candidate will be expected to be an integral member of a fast-paced team in a highly dynamic, casual, and fun office. Interest in, or experience with, small business development, grassroots community, or commercial real estate is a plus. Bilingual in Chinese and English and bicultural candidates preferred.
Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to: ● Small Business case management: Assess small business client needs, concerns, and issues, and develop and implement an action plan for resolution, work closely and under the direction of the Executive Director ● Manage and deploy programs and services supporting entrepreneurs in reaching their small business goals. Programs and services may include, but not limited to; Financial Assistance Programs, Storefront Improvement Programs, Safer Business Safer Community Program, etc. ● Maintain up-to-date database of EAG commercial and residential property owners, development projects, available office and retail space, and inventory of existing buildings and tenants. ● Ensure EAG database of vacant buildings and sites is accurate and comprehensive. ● Work with Small Business Development partners such as the Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD), Main Street Launch, Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA), Working Solutions, Small Business Development Center (SFSBDC), to provide small business support services ● Report to the Executive Director as follows: Update monthly client reports with client progress within different programs or attainment of small business goals ● Represent EAG at various community meetings ● Other duties as assigned
Academic Requirements: Undergraduate degree, graduate degree a plus, work experience may substitute academic requirements. Relevant work experience includes Small Business Coaching, Small Business Development, Finance, Urban Planning, or related field. The ideal candidate will demonstrate:Bilingual Cantonese/Mandarin is preferred but not required. ● Bilingual Cantonese/Mandarin is preferred ● Presentation and public speaking experience ● Comfortable engaging with stakeholders including neighborhood organizations, local nonprofit partner organizations (Working Solutions, Renaissance Center, etc.), merchant groups, Mayor’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD), and District 11 Supervisor’s office ● Understanding of local economic development tools ● Genuine interest and experience in place-making and urban revitalization ● Ability to effectively manage and prioritize multiple tasks in fast paced environment ● Positive attitude; problem-solver ● Ability to take initiative and set and meet independent goals ● Ability to communicate and build partnerships with different constituencies ● Excellent organizational skills ● Experience with Salesforce or other CRM systems is a plus ● Familiarity with the Excelsior, Outer Mission, or Broad and Randolph communities is a plus
To be negotiated.
Biz Consulting, Inc. (BCI) is small firm that is looking for someone to fill our part time junior bookkeeper/ office assistant position. This person should be an accounting major or at a minimum, have taken Accounting 100 and/or Accounting 101 (or its equivalent). This is the ideal position for a student that wants to learn the practical side of accounting and business consulting. To be successful in this role it is essential to learn quickly, communicate professionally and show a positive attitude. You also must be an open minded team player with initiative and enthusiasm. The individual should demonstrate the ability to think strategically in problem solving.
BCI prides itself on providing quality and professional service. As a small business, everyone wears many hats. This position will require the following duties, with additional responsibilities that may be added as your skills develop:
- Data entering
- Basic office duties (open mail, scan documents, phone support, etc.)
- Format and edit documents
- Detail oriented and able to follow directions
- Type at least 45 words per minute *
- 10 key entry *
- Proficient skills Word & Excel *
- Accounting 100 and/or 101 with high marks *
- Must have excellent communication skills
- Punctual and reliable
- Good time management
- Able to stay organized
- Motivated and willing to learn
- Positive attitude
- Self-starter, takes the initiative
- Ability to maintain confidential information
- Highly organized
- Reliable, trustworthy, and dependable
- Strong analytical skills
- Ability to multi-task extremely well by handling and prioritizing simultaneous tasks
If you are interested please email info@BizConsultingInc.com with "Office Position" as subject header along with your cover letter, resume, and hourly wage requirement. A copy of your transcript may be required during the interview.
San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) offers a competitive salary of $59,324-$71,867 annually commensurate with experience in a similar position. We offer a comprehensive benefits plan including dental and vision plans, a defined benefit pension plan, disability, life insurance, flexible spending account options and vacation time. We also offer an inclusive and equity-centered environment where we encourage staff to bring their whole selves to work.
As the Business and Community Outreach Specialist, you will report to the Supervisor of Career Technical Education and be part of the College & Career Pathways/Career Technical Education Department. We will be looking for someone who will work to ensure that students in College & Career Pathways as well as those outside of the Pathways have access to work-based learning (WBL) and other career exploration activities during the school day, after school, and during the summer. In particular, we are looking for someone who will have a relentless focus on addressing access and equity issues, ensuring transformative work-based learning opportunities for particular sub-populations including African American, Latino, Pacific Islander, foster youth, transitionally-housed/homeless youth, students with IEPs, and English Learners
Primary roles and responsibilities for the Business and Community Outreach Specialist include: ● Continuous recruitment and onboarding of business, industry, and community partners to support WBL ● On-going support of business, industry, and community partners to ensure quantity and quality of WBL experiences. ● Support data capture (both quantitative and qualitative) from participating business, industry, and community partners to inform program development and to help share WBL celebrations with broader community. ● Assisting in major events related to work-based learning recruitment and on-boarding (e.g. Youth Resource Fair, HR Day) ● Regularly communicating WBL highlights via social media and other appropriate communication mechanisms ● Performs other related duties and responsibilities as assigned The strongest candidates will have: Knowledge of: ● San Francisco’s public schools/urban public schools and a passionate belief in and commitment to work-based learning as a lever toward delivering on the SFUSD Graduate Profile and as a vehicle for workforce development in San Francisco. ● Current assets and gaps in work-based learning resources in San Francisco with clear familiarity with work of local community-based organizations (CBOs) ● Characteristics of high quality work-based learning Skills In: ● Strong communication and interpersonal skills and the ability work effectively with a wide range of partners, including personnel from business and industry partners, City agencies, community-based organizations (CBOs), and the school district ● Building/maintaining collaborative relationships with diverse individuals and groups ● Marketing and networking ● Essential software platforms including: Microsoft Office, Google (Drive, Spreadsheet, Docs, Forms, Presentation), Salesforce. ● Conducting meetings and presentations Ability to: ● Plan, organize and use resources to take action and achieve long and short term goals ● Prioritize time sensitive assignments based on complexity and deadlines ● Communicate effectively orally and in written form ● Model norms of behavior that reflect high expectations for colleagues, students, and community members ● Work flexible hours ● Travel efficiently to locations across San Francisco
Bachelor’s degree (B.A. / B.S) from an accredited college or university AND ● Three (3) years of verifiable experience in community relations, workforce development, business/industry outreach, or similar closely related experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
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You will be prompted to electronically attach a letter of interest, resume, list of professional references and any applicable credentials or licenses. ● Our Human Resources team will then review your entire application to determine your eligibility status and contact you directly should you move forward in the process.
The Audit Intern will assist the audit team in compiling supporting documentation, organizing the supporting documentation within our electronic audit software, and conducting Staff level Audit Work.
The Internship will provide the candidate with a great introduction to the field of Financial Statement Audits, and in-depth look into Internal Control Testing.
Tasks include, but are not limited to:
1. Administrative Duties (Scanning Supporting Documentation, Organizing Support into various folders, etc).
2. Audit Testing
• Cash Disbursement Testing
• Cash Receipts Testing
• Procurement Testing
Junior/Senior who is currently working on obtaining their degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Accounting. Must provide unofficial transcripts showing you have taken at least 4 Accounting courses thus far in your program.
Must show a high level of functionality in Microsoft Excel.
Please forward a copy of your application and unofficial transcripts (this can include a screenshot of your transcripts) to: email@example.com.
Accounts Payable will be reporting to Controller and will be primarily processing accounts payable transactions. This position is ideal for business/finance/accounting student who is looking to gain professional accounting work experience.
• Manage incoming invoices, sort by approver and ensure all invoices have proper approvals.
• Code invoices with proper GL account, department, and project (if any).
• Enter invoices in SAP accounting system in accordance with Desktop Procedures.
• Review, code and enter employee expense reports in accordance with Desktop Procedures.
• File entered invoices and expense reports in the “AP To Be Paid” file.
• Manage Accounting email inbox by printing invoices, responding to vendors, forwarding invoices for approval, etc.
• Coordinate with Controller in preparing weekly Check Run approval list.
• Ensure all approved disbursements have approved supporting documents before disbursements are made. Match paid invoices to check/ACH/Wire copies.
• File paid AP Packets in the “Paid AP” file.
• Match receipts to credit card statement monthly. Code credit card charges with proper GL account and department. Enter credit cards in SAP as AP Invoice.
• Accrue sales/use tax as required.
• Reconcile monthly bank accounts.
• Assist with audits and external reporting 1099 maintenance.
• Adheres to Siluria’s ZERObjective Initiative.
• Other duties as assigned.
• AA/BA/BS degree with accounting courses (completed or in process).
Please complete application on our careers page: https://www.theapplicantmanager.com/jobs?pos=si118
California Asian Pacific Chamber of Commerce (CalAsian Chamber) is seeking a Global Initiatives Project Manager for the Export promotion projects under Global Initiatives Department. The Project Manager dedicated to assisting business firm owners to increase engagement in and/or expand exporting, procurement and financial assistance opportunities. This position demands specialized industrial sector knowledge and solid previous related work experience. The candidate ultimately selected will possess: critical thinking skills; able to multitask; is self-directed combined with leadership qualities for assembling, tasking, and leading teams; demonstrated project management skills and business development skills.
Conduct a comprehensive assessment and engagement strategy of immediate, interim and longterm exporter client needs and expectations. Collect intake forms from clients. Identify opportunities base on client’s needs, including but not limited to access to market, access to capital, strategic business development, general consulting, promotion and advocacy. Developing and maintaining strategic alliances with purchasing executives, government procurement officials, banking officials and alternatives financial resources etc. Engaging in deal-making between purchasing organizations and clients and assisting in bringing transactions to closure. Facilitating financial transactions by establishing and facilitating relationships between prequalified clients and source of financing. Collaborating with sister organizations and trade promotions agencies to form MOU strategic development partnership. Conducting forums, matchmaking events, opportunity fairs and other networking event between clients and potential opportunity sources. Organize and implement of Global Initiatives annual trade missions, workshops and annual summit. Conduct analysis and research assistance on marketing, cost, financing, operation and other areas clients need help with. Facilities global transactions and providing referrals to international trade programs and services. Providing international trade assistance: exporting, LC, bank draft, distribution, export trading companies/ international freight forwarders, and join ventures. Update business development and transaction pipeline report on a regular bases. Establish projected growth tracks for current Export promotion programs and implement targeted plans of action for increasing size, scale and capacity. Increase the exposure and visibility of export projects and clients. Promote achievement of client outcomes by creating, sharing and submitting success stories and new release. Responsible for the day to day management of the MDCP Export program and reporting on Grants online. Participate in MDCP program Conference call and keep track of MDCP report documents. Represent and promote CalAsian Chamber and its export programs to potential partners and clients at external networking events. Hire, train, and supervise Interns on a daily basis. Executes other assignments as directed by Director
Bachelor’s degree is required. Preferred is graduate degree in business or communication. At least 2 years’ experience in one of the following industry: international trade, import and export, finance institute and bank, Ecommerce, trade promotion agencies or non-profit organizations. Or in other industries could demonstrate how the related working experience could support the fulfillment of the position duties. At least 2 years’ event planning and management experience is required. Hosting inbound and outbound trade mission and international business match making experience is preferred. Strong business development and marketing skills required. Able to identify and create opportunities and develop relationships, conduct site visits, client engagements and consultations either via in person, voice or video conferencing with business enterprises and multipliers. Familiar with international trade/procurement procedures and compliance requirement. Familiar with resources available for export promotion and export financing assistance from government agencies, non-profit organization or profit entities. Experienced in project management and report approaches, tools and techniques is required. Excellent oral and written communication skills and comfortable to present and communication with officials from government agency, business groups, strategic partners and clients. Ability to constructing and maintaining professional and industry contact networks. Ability to conduct data analysis and research assistance on marketing, cost, financing, operation and other areas clients need help with. Outstanding attention to detail and results orientation. Flexibility, creativity, enthusiasm, ability to multi-task. Carries out these tasks with profitability, quality and customer satisfaction objectives in mind. Could manage stress well and fulfill the project deliverable under pressure. Proficient in MS office (Excel, Word, and PowerPoint), and familiar with CRM system such as Salesforce. Be able to travel domestically and internationally if project needed. If hired, could prove eligibility to work in the U.S.
Submit resume to the California Asian Pacific Chamber of Commerce, 2331 Alhambra Blvd., Suite 101, Sacramento, CA 95817. You may also submit your resume via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are actively seeking talented, driven and highly-productive applicants for the position of Information Systems Intern to join our dynamic team on a temporary basis. We offer a challenging and rewarding work environment along with a competitive hourly rate between $17.00 - $20.00 per hour depending on the incumbent’s knowledge, skills and abilities.
Under the general direction of the IS Specialist and Supervisors, the IS Intern participates in a structured program designed to provide the intern with experience in many aspects of IS, with an emphasis on activities such as installing software on new PC’s and supporting desktop PC’s and end-users. Microsoft (Service Center and SharePoint, scripting) training and development experience available for candidates with programming education or experience.
The student must be enrolled in an accredited college or university, be at a Junior or Senior level in their school’s undergraduate Information Systems, Management Information Systems or Computer Science programs and be available to work between 20 – 40 hours per week. Some experience supporting users of PC’s running Windows, knowledge of TCP/IP and Microsoft Networking is a plus. Programming education and/or experience is desirable. Must possess a valid California driver’s license and have a satisfactory driving record. The student must be enrolled in an accredited college or university, be at a Junior or Senior level in their school’s undergraduate Information Systems, Management Information Systems or Computer Science programs.
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Hotel Triton is seeking a qualified front desk agent with a high level of professionalism and effective decision making.
· Register & process guests and their assigned rooms
· Accommodate guest requests
· Communicating with hotel staff on the status of guest rooms
· Up Selling guest rooms and promoting hotel services
· Handling cash payments
· Respond to clients’ complaints in a timely and professional manner
· Liaise with our housekeeping staff to ensure all rooms are clean, tidy and fully-furnished to accommodate guests’ needs
· Confirm group reservations and arrange personalized services for VIP customers and event attendees, like wedding guests
· Upsell additional facilities and services, when appropriate
· Maintain updated records of bookings and payments
· Maintain a clean and neat front desk area
· Successful history as a front desk agent or related hospitality experience is preferred
· Must have a flexible work schedule
· Task-driven individual
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