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SFgov Elections Clerk
The Department is currently seeking a Graphic Designer and Outreach Coordinator to join the Department’s Outreach Division. The person in this position will help design outreach materials and deliver nonpartisan election-related information to the public. Work hours will generally be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday, with overtime (15 or more hours) likely required in the weeks surrounding each Election Day. The Graphic Designer and Outreach Coordinator may need to occasionally lift and move materials weighing up to 25 pounds.
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The Access to City Employment (ACE) Program provides an alternative route towards permanent City employment for qualified *disabled individuals.
Under the ACE Program, individuals who are eligible can enter the City workforce without going through the competitive civil service merit process which would otherwise consist of successfully passing an examination and placement on an eligible list in a reachable rank.
ACE-qualifying positions must be from entry-level classifications. An entry-level classification is defined as either:
The first job classification in a series; or
A stand-alone job classification (not included in a class series).
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The SF Department of Emergency Management is looking for candidates for a bilingual English-Spanish translator position to serve in San Francisco’s Joint Information Center. This position requires excellent written and oral communication skills in English, including grammar and spelling, with equivalent proficiency in written Spanish appropriate for official government publications.
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PEER SERVICES PROGRAMS
Multiple postings at Mental Health Association of SF:
Resume training workshop for ESL job seekers
Goodwill is hosting a free resume training workshop for ESL job seekers! More info:
SFgov trainings on how to apply for jobs
How to Apply for City Jobs
· Thursday, June 3rd, 4-5:30 pm
· Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-to-apply-to-city-and-county-of-san-francisco-tickets-133379685229
How to Apply for Permanent Civil Service Employment
· Thursday, June 17, 4-5:30 pm
SF Dept. of Public Health
Environmental Health Technician I
Under supervision, the Environmental Health Technician I conduct investigations, routine inspections city-wide and responds to public health complaints involving vector related issues, hazardous materials, solid waste, and other general unsanitary conditions.
SFO Airport Custodian
Employees must be willing to work day, swing or graveyard shifts which may include weekends and holidays; use chemicals and cleaners; properly lift and move supplies, furniture, and/or equipment weighing up to 60 pounds with some exposure to accident and injury hazards and disagreeable elements; require sustained physical effort to perform job duties; climb a ladder to perform job duties; work in inclement weather conditions; may be required to wear a uniform; and will be required to participate in training courses.
UCSF Addiction Care Team
UCSF Department of Medicine’s Addiction Care Team (ACT) is hiring a Patient Navigator (PN) to join the Division of Hospital Medicine (DHM) at Zuckerberg San Francisco General (ZSFG). ACT is a service for emergency department and hospitalized patients at ZSFG with unhealthy alcohol, drug, and tobacco use. ACT aims to provide compassionate, evidence-based addiction care, focusing on linkage to treatment for people who use drugs, alcohol, and tobacco.
Acción Latinais hiring an Executive Director
Acción Latina seeks a creative, energetic, passionate and high-integrity person to fill the position of Executive Director. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors, supervises staff, and is responsible for the organization’s operations, programs, expansion and execution of its mission.
Coalition on Homelessness
Job Title: Peer Organizer
Reports to: Organizing Director
Annual Salary Range: Full time: 40 hours per week ($47,840-$50,336 Annually) Full health and dental benefits and generous vacation package.
The Coalition on Homelessness, San Francisco was organized in 1987 to garner the active participation of poor people and front-line staff on the design, critique, and implementation of public policy and services that result in permanent solutions to poverty. It is a unique organization in that the driving force is low-income and homeless people, working in every aspect of the organization, from the volunteers to the staff and leadership body.
Computer literate. Must work well with a diverse population.
Bilingual Spanish and English
Lived experience with living in residential hotels, homelessness, or living doubled up.
SF Elections Commission
The San Francisco Elections Commission invites residents of San Francisco to apply for appointment to one of three seats of the nine-member Redistricting Task Force. The Redistricting Task Force is comprised of three appointees by the Board of Supervisors, three by the Mayor, and three by the Elections Commission. These applications are for the three seats appointed by the Elections Commission.
Following each decennial census, San Francisco redraws the district lines of the Board of Supervisor districts to account for population changes. The Task Force works with an outside consultant to rebalance the population counts in each supervisorial district. The Task Force will make decisions on district lines based on the federal census and in accordance with the law and the criteria established in the Charter of the City and County of San Francisco Section 13.110, and make adjustments as appropriate based on public input at public hearings. The Task Force will convene no earlier than August 1, 2021 and must complete its work no later than April 15, 2022.
Interested persons should complete the application (available in English, Spanish, Chinese, and Tagalog), which may be found on the home page for the Elections Commission at
Applications are due by 5:00 p.m. on June 1, 2021.
The DreamSF Fellows Program
A six-month or year-long leadership and professional development opportunity for immigrant students and aspiring professionals (ages 18+) who seek to be social justice change-makers in the San Francisco Bay Area. Fellows are paired with local immigrant-serving community organizations and gain hands-on experience in direct services, advocacy, and immigration law careers, all while growing a network of mentors.
For program and application details visit dreamsffellows.org
Deadline to apply: April 14, 2021
Jamestown Community Center
Hours: up to 20 hours/week
Pay: $25-30/hour for artistic work depending on experience; $20 for administrative work
Deadline: Open until filled.
Start/End Date: January 25, 2021 to June 30, 2021. Schedule includes evenings/weekends. Mandatory Saturdays February-May 9am-2pm
UndocuFund is looking for an experienced fundraiser who is passionate about serving the immigrant community and has experience working on immigration-related fundraising projects. Ideally, we’d like to find a short-term contractor, but there also exists the opportunity for a full-time hire. The ideal candidate would be someone who has fundraising experience handling major donations and experience working outside of foundation contexts. If you know someone with this type of fundraising experience, please send their names our way!
Mayor Breed’s Bridge to Excellence Scholars Program
The Mayor’s Office is seeking the most economically disadvantaged students who have excelled in their studies throughout high school, despite their financial conditions. More info and online application at
EXCEL internship program
The EXCEL program (formerly the Community Outreach Internship Program) is a clerical/administrative training program which aims to develop the potential workforce in UCSF’s surrounding communities and provide San Francisco residents with access to UCSF employment opportunities.
The program is a work-based learning program that uses both classroom and on-the-job training to prepare participants for career path jobs in the healthcare sector. After completing 10 weeks of computer, administrative, customer service, and medical terminology training at JVS, UCSF’s community-based training partner, participants are placed in paid, four-month clerical/administrative internships within UCSF’s various departments, throughout both the campus and medical center.
EXCEL is a collaborative effort between UCSF’s Interim Staffing Program, UCSF’s Office of Community and Government Relations and various UCSF Campus and UCSF Medical Center departments.
For more information about the EXCEL please contact Damon Lew, Assistant Director of Community Relations at .
R.N. (Lead) - Temp.
Interested in helping lead the COVID fight by providing early intervention, testing, and education to a typically underserved population?
We are looking for an experienced RN to take charge of our primary care-centered COVID-19 testing site located on the grounds of our Shotwell Street clinic. This grant-funded position will last through at least June 2021.
CA Emergency Rental Assistance Case Managers
Case Managers $22-$24/hour full-time with benefits for 10+ months Immediately hiring! Must be a California resident. Start date is Thursday, March 11, 2021. Seeking highly productive, empathic, mission-driven team members who want to help moderate and low-income Californians adversely impacted by COVID-19 to address past due rent and utility expenses that can now be paid with federal resources. Technical training will be provided. Applications processed on a rolling basis; positions start immediately.
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RAMS Street Crisis Response Team Peer Counselor:
his Peer Counselor role in the Street Crisis Response Team is to provide peer support & compassionate care to the individual identified in need of a crisis response. The Peer Counselor may utilize applicable lived experience and other skills to establish trust, ensure safety and reduce trauma that clients experience
Calle 24 Marketing Liaison
This position will carry out Calle 24’s marketing strategy, activities, and communications for the Calle 24 Latino Cultural District.
All responsibilities include bilingual delivery, either developing bilingual content or managing translation:
● Promote corridor activities and events using a variety of methods including but not limited to social media, email newsletters, paid advertisements, printed media, radio and video.
● Conduct activities to expand online presence in a cohesive way for the Latino Cultural District including website, social media, interviews, web presence of individual businesses and institutions etc.
● Create a press kit and timely press releases.
● Social media community development. Nurture and grow our existing social media platforms, and initiate new ones as the landscape changes.
● Moderate and respond to relevant posts, contact messages as needed.
● Manage website updates, including page updates, photos, and content.
● Manage user generated website events calendar.
● Lead development of monthly internal marketing calendar and content plan. ● Write and/or produce regular content.
● Lead print production and delivery.
● Develop and manage Marketing budget.
● Oversee work of independent contractors, such as web developers, graphic designers, photographers, videographers.
● Meet monthly reporting deliverables
● Participate in monthly committee meetings: Land Use, Economic Vitality, Cultural Assets & Arts, Quality of Life.
● Participate in meetings related to ongoing events in the cultural district, which include but are not limited to: Paseo Artistico, Dia de los Muertos, Cesar Chavez Day, and Carnaval San Francisco.
● Will be required to attend some weekend/evening events, meetings, awards ceremonies, etc.
● Be able to read write and speak Spanish and English fluently and to edit bilingually ● Ability to work both collaboratively and independently
● Strong writing, communication and narrative skills
● Support our Mission and Vision statements
● Understand the nuanced issues facing the Latino Cultural District
● Ability to respond quickly to news/events that affect the district and organization and to work on deadline
● Familiarity with google analytics and social media metrics
● Experience with targeted social media campaigns
● Familiarity with Adobe Photoshop and Indesign and print requirements
● Familiarity with changing online media requirements and best practices for both online and print media
● Associates Degree and higher
● Journalism experience a plus
● Photography a plus
● Nonprofit experience a plus
● Familiarity with wordpress a plus
● Video production a plus
This is a part-time position with 30 hours per week.
Contact Lydia Candila Chan at
Family Advocate/ Rental Assistance Program