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1. Membership and Volunteer Manager

Village Network of Petaluma

Job Description

Title: Volunteer and Membership Manager

Duties: Volunteer and membershipprogram management and operations

Hours and Salary:  Part-time, 24-30 hours/week; competitivesalary, depending on experience.

Start Date: July 2017

The Village Networkof Petaluma seeks a dynamic, experienced professional to work on behalf ofour nonprofit organization and in collaboration with our all-volunteerMembership and Volunteer Management Teams.

Launched in 2014, we are part of a nationwide network of 200nonprofit, membership-based villages built on an innovative model of reciprocalgiving and receiving.  Members,volunteers, and staff work together to empower adults 50+ to continue living active,independent, and connected lives in our own homes as we age.  Together, we create a vibrant community, providingsocial connection and volunteer services. To support members’ physical, emotional, intellectual, and social well-being,the Village offers many educational programs, interest groups, and socialevents. In addition, the Village provides a wide range of volunteer services,such as transportation, MedPals, phone check-ins, personal visits, computerhelp, minor home repairs, and referrals to screened service providers.  Please see www.VillageNetworkofPetaluma.org and Village to Village Network? for more information.

The Membership and Volunteer Manager embraces the Village missionand assures that members and volunteers feel connected to the Village communityin a meaningful and enriching way. This person supports Village-wide efforts togrow our membership, enhance volunteer engagement, and increase our capacity toserve our members. Initially trained and supervised by the Operations Manager, thisperson works in collaboration with the Board of Directors, under the directionof its President, and with our teams of trained and motivated volunteers. Initially,the Membership and Volunteer Manager will serve as the Village’s only paidstaff position.

Assuming membership growth continues, we plan to hire an AdministrativeCoordinator when the Membership and Volunteer Manager completes a trainingperiod and is ready to supervise this position. The Administrative Coordinatorwill assume some of the responsibilities described below, allowing the managerto focus more on volunteer and membership growth and management. Then, asmembership grows and resources allow, we will consider adding hours andexpanding the scope of the management position. Our two-year goal is to increaseour current 85 members and 85 volunteers to 125 members and requisitevolunteers.

PrimaryResponsibilities

MemberServices: Respond to member requests and match with volunteer serviceproviders. Create and coordinate communications with members. In partnershipwith the Operations Manager and volunteer Call Response Team, implement, manageand evaluate member services. Support the work of the Membership Team, workwith them to solve problems as they arise, and grow membership.                                                                                                                       

VolunteerManagement:  Working with theVolunteer Management Team, manage the volunteer program including recruitment,training, placement, communications, and evaluation of the program. Conducteffective record keeping and data tracking of all volunteer activities.Implement volunteer recognition activities.                                                   

VillagePrograms and Social Events: Working with the Program and Membership Teams,coordinate scheduling, RSVP’s and program set-up. Maintain website calendar ofevents. Provide support for interest groups developed by members.                                                                                                                                                                                                             

CommunityOutreach: Working with Community Outreach Team, support membership andvolunteer growth. Post to on-line calendars and distribute press releases onVillage events.                                                                                         

DailyOperations: Field incoming phone calls and handle mail. Supervise OfficeVolunteer Team. Provide administrative and logistical support for organizationmeetings. Oversee maintenance of office and supplies. Provide support for funddevelopment initiatives as needed. Other duties as specified.                                                                   

ServiceProvider Relationships: Maintain and enhance our Screened Service Providerand Member Referral databases. Recruit, vet, and evaluate Screened ServiceProviders.                                                                                              

Team Support: Support Board and Team Leaders in providingorganizational support of the Village and direct service to members.                                                                                                                                                                                                        

 

Skills and Characteristics

·        Excellent written, verbal, and electronic communicationskills.

·        Highly proficient in MS Office suite of software.Quick study, willing to learn ClubExpress computer management system.

·        Proven project management and record keeping skills.

·        Highly organized with strong attention todetail.

·        Proficient in social media and digitalcommunications.

·        A proven team player comfortable working incollaborative relationships.

·        Upbeat/enthusiastic about supporting olderadults and building community aligned with Village mission.

·        Skilled communicator with various groups andindividuals from all income levels, ethnicities, etc.

·        Solid work ethic, professional andservice-oriented manner.

·        A self-starter, but comfortable in askingquestions, reporting problems, and being flexible with changing priorities.

Experience and Education

        Professional experience in building and coordinatinga volunteer program required.


        At least 2 years’ experience supervising andmentoring both staff and volunteers required.

        Passion and enthusiasm for working in the agingfield required.

        Bachelor’s degree required.

        At least 2 years’ experience working with, oractively supporting, older adults desired.

        Professional work experience in aging, geriatrics,or gerontology desired.

        Experience in working with a membershiporganization and nonprofit environment preferred.

        Minimum two years’ experience in direct servicedelivery desired.


        Knowledge of senior and other community servicesin the Petaluma area preferred.

 

Note: The Village Network of Petaluma is an equal opportunityemployer.  Duties, responsibilities, anddirect report may change to reflect needs of the organization.

To Apply:

Please send athoughtful cover letter and your resume attached to an email to: jobs@VillageNetworkofPetaluma.orgno later than June 16. Please put last name and job title in subject line. Submissionswithout a cover letter will not be considered. No phone calls please. Interviews will be conducted in late June.

Posted On: 5/23/2017 12:26:17 PM
Contact: Anne Greenblatt, 707-772-5132
Expires On: June 16, 2017

2. Performing Arts Center Supervisor

The City of Rohnert Park is holding an open casting call for a Performing Arts Center Supervisor!

The ideal candidate has a passion for theatre and a head for business. Someone who can segue from the director’s chair to an office chair. A creative leader with expansive talent who can’t possibly be limited to only one role. Does this sound like you? 

THE VENUE
Spreckels Performing Arts Center is a cultural gem strategically located on the Green Music Center/Sonoma State corridor of Rohnert Park Expressway in Rohnert Park. Now in its twenty-second year, the Performing Arts Center continues to present award-winning theatre, music and dance. Over 20,000 people a year come through its doors from all over the bay area, making Spreckels not just a locally attended venue but a facility that entertains the entire region.

DUAL ROLES
The Performing Arts Center Supervisor has the unique opportunity to act in a dual capacity as both production director responsible for all major theatre performances and supervisor overseeing business and facility operations at the center. Major duties for these roles include:

Theatre Production
• Produces and directs major theatrical performances
• Responsible for casting, hiring contracted directors (as needed), musical directors, choreographers, costume designers, musicians, etc. for all major productions at the Performing Arts Center
• Oversees a semi-professional acting company
• Oversees set design, construction, props, sound effects, projections and lights

Business Operations
• Supervises, trains and directs the Performing Arts Center’s full and part-time staff, contract directors, technical crews, and volunteers
• Actively participates in fundraising, marketing and development efforts
• Manages box office activities
• Prepares budget recommendations, controls and tracks expenditures
• Oversees facility services, sales and maintenance

For more info, visit: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/rohnertpark/jobs/1727378/performing-arts-center-supervisor

Posted On: 5/9/2017 12:14:37 PM
Contact: Human Resorces, (707) 585-6766
Expires On: May 19, 2017

3. Family Advocate - Bilingaul preferred

Family Advocate – Bilingual preferred

 

As an affiliate of an international membershiporganization, the YWCA Sonoma County has devoted the past 30 years toempowering women and affirming the worth of all people, regardless of gender orrace.

At the heart of the YWCA’s programs are ourdomestic violence services.  We provide awide range of services to victims of domestic violence and their children sothey can heal, become self-sufficient, and return productively to thecommunity.

  

Position:

Family Advocate

 

Wage:

$16.49 - $18.49

Department:

Domestic Violence Services

 

Pay Basis:

Hourly

Reports To:

Shelter Services Manager

 

FLSA Status:

Non-Exempt

Hours/Week:

40

 

Benefits:

Eligible at 1.0 FTE

Employment Status:

Regular Full-time

 

 

Monday – Friday 12pm-8:30pm

 

 

 

PositionSummary

TheFamily Advocate primarily serves residential clients, provides support in a non-judgmentalmanner, and is on-site and available for translation services as needed.Working collaboratively with clients, the Family Advocate assesses immediateclient needs and implements methods and resources to meet those needs. Thisposition documents house activities, performs case management, operational andadministrative duties, determines appropriateness and safety of clientparticipation in the residential services program in conjunction withsupervisor, and if appropriate, provides client transportation. The FamilyAdvocate staffs the crisis line when volunteers are unavailable. The FamilyAdvocate must be available to be on a rotating on-call schedule, and beresponsive to phone calls and to immediate law enforcement advocate requests.

 

EssentialTasks

Theseare core functions of the job that, if removed, the job would simply notexist.  To perform this job successfully,an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below arerepresentative of the knowledge, skills and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made toenable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Advocacy

  • Performs intake, on-goingassessment, and develops individualized, goal-oriented service plans to enhancesafety, stability and self-sufficiency for clients and their families. Assistsin achieving goals through advocacy, information and referral concerning legal,health, housing, public entitlements, family functioning and dynamics,substance abuse and other service needs. Assists in the development and use ofpersonal and community resources; teaches and enhances problem-solving andself-advocacy skills.


    Assists in safetyplanning, coordination of court and/or mediation accompaniment, and generalassistance with the law-enforcement aspects of victim services.

     

    Provides linkage ofclients to appropriate resources in accordance with specified referral procedures.Carries out an increasing role in interpreting the services of the agency tothe community and in assisting clients to utilize all available resources.

     

    Provides translationservices as needed.

     

  • Reporting

    Maintains accurate records and charting to clientfiles. Maintains accurate and up-to-date staff and telephone log information.Provides regular statistical reporting as required.

     

  • On site duties

    Provides security checks to ensure clientsafety. Ensures that House Rules are understood and followed by residents.

     

    Assists residents with parenting education andsupport as needed.

     

    Assists with house operating needs such aswashing sheets, making beds when necessary. Picks up and organizes donations.

     

    Helps with house maintenance and/or clean up.

     

  • Group Facilitation

    Assists with the running of groupsfor survivors of domestic or family violence to help them learnabout/acknowledge abuse and build skills to take appropriate action.

     

  • Community outreach

    Assists in outreach and implementation ofspecial projects related to community leadership development, agency advocacy,and/or local/state campaigns to address domestic violence and social justiceissues at a more collaborative or macro level.

     

  • Meetings

    Attends regular and special staff meetings.Communicates appropriate staff decisions to residents.

     

  • Schedule

    On call consecutive days once every 5-6 weeksanswering the hot line.

On Call Domestic Violence Response Team (DVRT).Responds to Hot line calls from Santa Rosa Police Department Law Enforcement

 

Performs other duties asrequested.


TO APPLY: Submit Resume & Cover Letter to dsilveira@ywcasc.org with “Family Advocate” in subject line.

Thank you for your interestin employment with the YWCA. We may be unable to respond to every individualsubmission due to a high volume of applicants. Please do not telephone.Applicants who do not follow the application procedure are immediately disqualified.




Posted On: 4/24/2017 11:38:23 AM
Contact: Dawn Silveira,
Expires On: May 22, 2017

4. Volunteer Coordinator

v Are you an outgoing,self-motivated multi-tasker who loves working with people?

v Do you thrive in acasual, yet professional, fast-paced non-profit environment?

v Do you have strongattention to detail and communication skills?

v  Are you experienced in coordinating volunteers?

If you answered “yes!” … We would love to meet you!

The Napa Valley Vine Trail Coalition is a non-profit organizationthat is building a 47-mile walking & biking trail system to physically,artistically, and culturally connect the entire Napa Valley – from Vallejo toCalistoga. It is governed by a Board of representing 32 stakeholderorganizations and is overseen by an Executive Committee. The Napa Valley VineTrail Coalition has six committees.

We are looking for a professional and enthusiastic VolunteerCoordinator. Theposition offers involvement with our public outreach activities, marketing andfundraising, and provides the opportunity for using a wide variety of skills.This is a part-time position, working 20 hours per week, reporting directly tothe Executive Director. 

For a detailed description of the position and application requirements, please visit our website

Posted On: 4/18/2017 4:53:42 PM
Contact: Nancy Tennyson,
Expires On: April 28, 2017

5. YWCA Program Facilitator – Coaching Boys into Men

                        

Position:

CBIM Program Facilitator

 

Wage:               $17.99- $19.00 hourly

Department:

Administration

 

FSLA Status:    Non-Exempt

Reports To:

Chief Executive Officer

 

 

Hours/Week:

 22 Hours per week, Flexible Hours / Regular Part Time

 

Benefits:           Prorated

 

YWCA Sonoma County is the leadingprovider of domestic violence services in Sonoma County. Our goal in thiscommunity is to provide resources and support to victims and their families sothey can heal, become self-sufficient, and create productive, healthy lives.

 

PositionSummary

TheCBIM Program Facilitator will work in collaboration with the Verity CBIMFacilitator to jointly implement the Coaching Boys Into Men Violence Preventionprogram throughout select High Schools and Middle Schools in Sonoma County.

Goal of the Program

  • Reduce and prevent abuse among youth and increase bystander intervention in response to peer perpetration
  • Increase knowledge of what constitutes abusive or disrespectful behavior
  • Increase attitudes that promote greater gender equity
  • Increase intentions to intervene when witnessing disrespectful or abusive behavior 

Essential Tasks

Theseare core functions of the job that, if removed, the job would simply notexist.  Competent performance of allessential tasks is critical to the continued employment of the employee in thisposition. 

 

Program Development 

  • Coordinate a minimum of six meetings with local stakeholders to get buy-in for CBIM implementation
  • Tailor CBIM to best meet the needs of the specific schools where the program will be implemented to ensure cultural sensitivity
  • Monitor implementation and fidelity of the CBIM program

Reportingand Monitoring

  • Supply CBIM Program Coordinator with evaluation data (e.g., Pre and Post Tests from coaches and athletes) to determine the effectiveness of the program
  • Provide progress reports to the County of Sonoma Department of Health Services

CommunityOutreach / Public Speaking

  • Engage the media on at least six occasions throughout the year to communicate the program’s message (e.g., press events, articles in local papers, online news outlets, letters to the editor, etc.)
  • PromotesYWCA Sonoma County services to the public.

  • Presentthe Coaching Boys Into Men Violence Prevention program to coaches and schooladministration. May also be asked to present materials to a variety of groups.

 

TO APPLY: Submit Resume &Cover Letter to ledelheit@ywcasc.org with “CBIMFacilitator” in subject line.

To view the entire job description visit our website at http://www.ywcasc.org 
  • Thankyou for your interest in employment with the YWCA. We may be unable to respondto every individual submission due to a high volume of applicants. Please donot telephone. Applicants who do not follow the application procedure areimmediately disqualified.


Posted On: 4/12/2017 12:24:47 PM
Contact: Lydia Edelheit,
Expires On: May 04, 2017

6. Catholic Charities - Administrative Manager for Shelter and Housing - Santa Rosa

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa, a non-profit and the largest human services providerin the North Bay, serves the most vulnerable regardless of their religious, social, or economicbackground. We challenge poverty, counsel immigrants, and care for our seniors by supporting thedignity and independence of all we serve. We support, educate, create opportunities, ensure the wellbeingof our staff, and engage community leaders in the betterment of those most in need.JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Administrative Manager for Shelter and HousingPosition SummaryThe full-time, exempt Administrative Manager for the Shelter and Housing Program collaborates with theProgram Director, Assistant Director, Senior Managers and Program Managers in completion ofadministrative duties for all shelter and housing operations in Sonoma, Napa, and Humboldt counties. Theday to day administrative duties for this position include staffing assistance, payroll oversight and review,grants management, program budget review and updates, purchase order processing and review, and creditcard purchases/reconciliations. This position oversees an Administrative Coordinator and FacilitiesCoordinator.The Administrative Manager for Shelter and Housing, as a member of the management staff of the agency,provides leadership and thorough implementation of the accreditation as well as performance and qualityimprovement processes within the sphere of leadership.Essential Functions? Manage and direct the Facilities Coordinator, Administrative Coordinator and volunteer staff incompletion of the administrative duties for the shelter/housing locations. Ensure staff meet agencyminimum requirements for job evaluation, problem solving, and employee discipline. Ensure thatemployee training meets accreditation standards and funding requirements.? Assist in the development and management of all assigned budgets, including monthly review ofrevenue and expense activity. Ensure grant funding requirements are managed. Make ongoingrecommendations for improvements in efficient operations and reductions in expenditures wherepossible.? Complete monthly, quarterly and annual reports for the programs as well as analysis of activities asrequired by the agency. Assist with grant and funding agency requests for data and reporting.Maintain and review documentation, daily census, shelter logs, case files, and on-going statistics.Administrative Office987 Airway CourtSanta Rosa, CA 95403707.528.8712 (v) 707.575.4910 (f)Administrative Manager for Shelter & Housing 317 JOB ANNOUNCEMENTI? Ensure implementation of program administrative policies and procedures in line with accreditationstandards. Implement performance and quality improvement process in compliance with agency’sprocess. Ensure that all employees in department or program understand these and work accordingly.? Oversee timely and accurate administrative processes including completion of payroll reporting for allshelter/housing operations, Human Resources and Payroll administrative related tasks, as required.? Process and review purchase orders for the shelter programs. Ensure order preparation for suppliesand food, all in accordance with agency procedures.? Assist with appropriate control and review of all locations, equipment and resources of thedepartment.? Be thoroughly familiar with the policies and procedures guiding the work of this position in particularand the program or department overall. Perform job functions in line with these policies andprocedures.? Participate in training required by accreditation standards, plus performance and quality improvementefforts.? Assist with, and, assume responsibility in Director or Assistant Director’s absence with delegation anddirection of employee and volunteer(s).? Ensure management meets agency minimum requirements for job evaluation, problem solving, jobsuccession planning, and employee discipline.NOTE: Catholic Charities considers this position to be a mandated reporter of elder and child abuse.Other Responsibilities? Perform other related duties as assigned.? May assist with intake process, on a backup basis and other services to clients, as needed.Agency CultureThe business and social environment we operate in has changed. What worked yesterday may not work todayand will likely not work tomorrow. To thrive, we must incorporate new ways of thinking and embrace newpractices. As part of our individual and agency cultural change process, it is critical that all employees ofCatholic Charities aspire to the following:? A commitment to the agency’s mission, vision, and values;? A commitment to excellence in everything we do;? A commitment to accreditation as well as performance and quality improvement;? A commitment to outcomes and measured results;? A commitment to innovation and to what is possible. Administrative Manager for Shelter & Housing 317 JOB ANNOUNCEMENTIEducation, Experience, and Skills Required? Bachelor’s degree, required. Master’s degree, preferred.? Two (2) to four (4) years’ previous experience in an administrative services role, preferred.? Two (2) years’ work experience in the human service field required with particular experience workingwith homeless populations.? Two plus (2+) years previous supervisory experience required.? High level of organization and accuracy; computer literacy, including proficiency in Microsoft OfficeSuite.? Ability to relate well with staff at all levels and program residents.? Must pass fingerprinting prior to start of employment.? Cooperative, friendly, and helpful attitude with clients and co-workers. Ability to work closely withother employees to ensure positive, constructive environment within the program or department, andthroughout the agency.? Ability to thrive in a flexible, fast-paced and growth-oriented environment, while maintaining a senseof humor and a positive, solution-oriented approach.? Passion and enthusiasm for the mission of CCDSR and its clients.? Ability to work independently and in a team setting.? Bilingual (English/Spanish) desirable.Physical Requirements? Requires ability to sit up to 8 hours per day with intermittent occasional walking and standing.? Occasionally may be required to lift items up to 10 pounds to a height up to 3 feet.? Occasionally may be required to carry items up to 10 pounds for distances up to 500 feet.Equal Employment Opportunity – M/F/D/VVisit www.srcharities.org for an application.
Posted On: 4/12/2017 12:02:49 PM
Contact: Human Resources, 707.528.8712
Expires On: May 17, 2017

7. Seneca- Residential Counselor - Petaluma

Seneca Family of Agencies will provide short-term residential treatment within a continuum of care for youth and their families who are in the midst of an emerging and/or acute crisis. At Sonoma Compass, we view short-term residential treatment as an "intervention" that must be integrated with a wide array of family and community-based services. As an alternative to inpatient hospitalization, treatment begins in a therapeutic home with consistent support focused on stabilization. Infused with a permanency lens, treatment will be integrated and flexible to support successful step downs to a Wraparound Program in order for young people to achieve permanency in a nurturing family home.

The
 Lead Residential Counselor will complement the role of the Residential Counselor and provide crisis support, structure, mentoring, and coaching to youth while providing a safe and nurturing environment. The Lead Residential Counselor will anchor the youth and families' experience by supporting intake assessments, participating in each Family Team Meeting and integrating care by bridging residential treatment with community based treatment within a continuum of care. Specifically, Lead Residential Counselors will support a safe and home-like feel by working Wednesday to Saturday and sleep in the residential facility each night of their shift. When sleeping over, staff will not be expected to work but be available to the Awake Overnight Residential Counselor in the event support is needed. Due to the nature of the Lead Residential Counselor's schedule, staff will be compensated for their time sleeping and additional financial incentive towards living arrangements may be offered.

Location:
  • Petaluma, CA

Responsibilities:
  • Assist the clinician in the intake process, including creating a welcoming environment for the youth and reviewing behavioral expectations
  • Intervene with the client's behavior as needed and provide stabilization services. This includes physical management of clients (implementing Seneca's Ahimsa Model Training) as necessary
  • Hold and maintain set structure of the home and implement treatment and safety plans to ensure youth have support to meet self-identified treatment goals
  • Facilitate a life skills group and assist in developing services, strategies, interventions and activities to support the youth across different environments
  • Supervise youth across different environments and support the step down to community based treatment by providing training and coaching of family/caregiver and empowering youth while transitioning into another care setting
  • Sleep at the residential facility each night of their shift (3-4 nights/week)
  • Promote youth and family connections by partnering with families and community members
  • Plan and lead community-based activities for youth (may include families)
  • Engage the youth in therapeutic activities and projects as well as educational activities
  • Assist clients in self-administration of medication as needed
  • Work in collaboration with the parent and/or treatment team members, including assisting the preparation of a Treatment Plan
  • Assist in developing, implementing, and evaluating residential policy and procedures
  • Hold the On-Call response phone as required, as part of a multi-disciplinary team and participate in emergency pager rotation
  • Complete daily progress notes and incident reports, which keep track of significant events that happen on site
  • Participate in weekly supervision and team meetings
  • Maintain accurate and timely documentation and paperwork including but not limited to, mental health notes, time sheets, petty cash, and mileage
  • Maintain professional behavior at all times, appropriately representing Seneca's mission and philosophy

Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • Bilingual abilities a plus!
  • Prefer experience in working with children in residential care and/or in the community
  • Clearance of TB test, fingerprinting, and any other State/Federal requirements
  • Own vehicle, California Drivers License, and insurance

Hours:
  • Full-time, Wednesday - Saturday
    • Wednesday: 2:00pm - 10:00pm (asleep at night)
    • Thursday: 9:00am - 10:00pm (asleep at night)
    • Friday: 9:00am - 10:00pm (asleep at night)
    • Saturday: 9:00am - 10:00pm (asleep at night)
Compensation:
  • Competitive salary, plus $100 stipend per night asleep
  • 6 hours per week of regular overtime pay
  • Comprehensive employee benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, and chiropractic coverage, as well as partially paid premiums for dependents
  • 4 weeks of flexible paid time off
  • We provide a 403b retirement plan
  • Scholarship opportunities and ongoing training/professional development
  • Employer-paid Employee Assistance Plan (EAP)
Posted On: 4/12/2017 11:54:49 AM
Contact: Human Resources, (510) 317-1437
Expires On: May 11, 2017

8. Catholic Charities - Case Manager, Nightingale Respite Program - Santa Rosa

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa, a non-profit and the largest human services provider in the North Bay, serves the most vulnerable regardless of their religious, social, or economic background. We challenge poverty, counsel immigrants, and care for our seniors by supporting the dignity and independence of all we serve. We support, educate, create opportunities, ensure the well-being of our staff, and engage community leaders in the betterment of those most in need.

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Case Manager, Nightingale Respite Program

Position Summary
The non-exempt, full-time Case Manager (CM) focuses on post-acute medical care for homeless persons who are experiencing homelessness. Medical Respite is a short-term residential care that allows homeless individuals the opportunity to rest in a safe environment while accessing medical care and other supportive services. The CM will work with individuals to improve outcomes and thereby assist the individual to move on to more stable housing. The CM develops and implements action plans to obtain and manage income, maintain sobriety and mental health, find housing and either refers or develops other custom plans as needed. 

The Case Manager utilizes the agency's life skills training programs, housing services, and external housing, employment counseling services, referral and counseling options as part of the strategy to enable residents to succeed in independent living after leaving Catholic Charities' services. 

Visit our website at www.srcharities.org/employment for additional information about this position and other exciting opportunities at Catholic Charities
An application can be found at www.srcharities.org/employment 
We look forward to receiving your completed application resume and cover letter.
Posted On: 4/12/2017 11:29:32 AM
Contact: Human Resources, 707-528-8712
Expires On: May 05, 2017

9. CA Programs for the Autistic - Direct Support Professional (Caregiver/Care Provider)

Agency: California Programs for the Autistic, Inc. 
Job Title: Direct Support Professional (Caregiver/Care Provider)

Our direct care staff are the lifeblood of our organization. They are the ones who provide the amazing care, patience and support for the individuals that we serve. Each staff member is provided with training specific to the men at the home they work in. 

Our organization owns two residential facilities for men with autism and intellectual disabilities that emphasizes community involvement. Both homes are located in Santa Rosa. 

Available at our Bennett Valley neighborhood location:
We have 1 Part Time position available (3 shifts/week).

Available at our SRJC neighborhood location:
We have one Full Time position available.

This is a wonderful job for students because we accommodate schedules every semester. You can also earn Work Experience credits at the J.C. or fulfill internship requirements from SSU. This is a fun and rewarding entry level position which requires no experience, yet allows you to acquire skills that will serve you well into the future in any field!

The part time position is for 3 shifts/ week (20-24 hrs./wk.) with the possibility for occasional extra shifts. The full time position is for 5 shifts/week (35-40 hrs./wk.). Both positions require that you work both Sat/Sun and weekday shifts. For the part time position, we would ideally like someone with the flexibility to pick up extra shifts. 

Hours Available: 
At our Bennett Valley Location:
Shifts range from 6-8 hours. Weekday shifts are M-F beginning between 1:30pm - 2:00pm, ending by 10:00pm. Both AM and PM shifts are available on weekends. All shifts during the week are in the evenings. Weekend shifts required.

At our SRJC location:
Our shifts range from 6-8 hours. Weekday shifts are M-F beginning between 1:30pm - 3:00pm, ending by 11:00pm. Both AM and PM shifts are available on weekends. All shifts during the week are in the evenings. Weekend shifts required. 

Direct Care staff work directly with the clients in daily activities. Instruction occurs both at home and in the community -- including daily 3-5 mile hikes, going out to movies, dinner, dessert, shopping, concerts, libraries, parks, ocean, skating and more! Staff also assist clients with bathing, shaving and providing positive support with challenging behaviors. We have an extensive training program that all staff complete that will teach you the individual needs and preferences of each client. This is a great job for those looking to get experience in the fields of psychology, teaching, education, special ed, sociology, human services and more!

Requirements: 
- 18 years or older and with a minimum of 2 years of driving experience;
- Hold a valid CA driver's license and clean DMV record; 
- Must pass criminal background check; 
- Pass employment physical and meet physical requirements of job, including a TB Test; 
- Hold current CPR and First Aid certifications or ability to acquire them (we provide); 
- Communicate effectively in English, both written and verbally; 
- Must be able to work weekends and some holidays;
- Love of people; interest in working with people with autism and intellectual disabilities;
- Friendly personality and desire to help others;
- Common sense, good judgment, strategic thinker, proactive 

Sick and vacation benefits provided for ALL staff including part time employees. Health and dental benefits available for full time staff working a minimum of 35 hours/week. 

Pay starts at $12 hr. Negotiable with experience. Two salary reviews in the first year.

Check out our website at www.calprogramsautistic.org for more information on our organization and what we do. 

To apply, email your resume to Molly at cpa@sonic.net. 
C.P.A. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Posted On: 4/12/2017 11:23:22 AM
Contact: Molly, (707) 523-3672
Expires On: May 05, 2017

10. YWCA - BILINGUAL WEEKEND FAMILY ADVOCATE

As an affiliate of an international membership organization, the YWCA Sonoma County has devoted the past 40 years to empowering women and affirming the worth of all people, regardless of gender or race.

At the heart of the YWCA's programs are our domestic violence services. We provide a wide range of services to victims of domestic violence and their children so they can heal, become self-sufficient, and return productively to the community.

Position:Bilingual Weekend Family AdvocateWage:$16.49-$18.49 Hourly
Department:Domestic Violence Services
Reports To:Domestic Violence Services ManagerFLSA Status:Non-Exempt
Hours/Week:24Benefits:Prorated
Employment Status:Regular Part-time
Position Summary
The Bilingual Weekend Family Advocate primarily serves residential residents, provides support in a non judgmental manner, and is on-site and available for translation services as needed. Working collaboratively with residents, the Bilingual Weekend Family Advocate assesses immediate resident needs and implements methods and resources to meet those needs. This position documents house activities, performs child care, operational and administrative duties, determines appropriateness and safety of resident participation in the residential services program in conjunction with supervisor, and if appropriate, provides resident transportation. The Bilingual Weekend Family Advocate staffs the crisis line when volunteers are unavailable and provides translation services as necessary. The Bilingual Weekend Family Advocate must be available to be on a rotating on-call schedule, and be responsive to phone calls and to immediate law enforcement advocate requests. 

Essential Tasks
These are core functions of the job that, if removed, the job would simply not exist. Competent performance of all essential tasks is critical to the continued employment of the employee in this position. 

•Advocacy
Performs intake, on-going assessment, and develops individualized, goal-oriented service plans to enhance safety, stability and self-sufficiency for clients and their families. Assists in achieving goals through advocacy, information and referral concerning legal, health, housing, public entitlements, family functioning and dynamics, substance abuse and other service needs. Assists in the development and use of personal and community resources; teaches and enhances problem-solving and self-advocacy skills.

Assists in safety planning, coordination of court and/or mediation accompaniment, and general assistance with the law-enforcement aspects of victim services.

Provides linkage of clients to appropriate resources in accordance with specified referral procedures. Carries out an increasing role in interpreting the services of the agency to the community and in assisting clients to utilize all available resources.

Provides translation services as needed.

•Reporting
Maintains accurate records and charting to client files. Maintains accurate and up-to-date staff and telephone log information. Provides regular statistical reporting as required.

•On site duties
Provides security checks to ensure client safety. Ensures that House Rules are understood and followed by residents.

Assists residents with parenting education and support as needed.

Assists with house operating needs such as washing sheets, making beds when necessary. Picks up and organizes donations. 

Helps with house maintenance and/or clean up. 

•Group Facilitation
Assists with the running of groups for survivors of domestic or family violence to help them learn about/acknowledge abuse and build skills to take appropriate action. 

•Community outreach
Assists in outreach and implementation of special projects related to community leadership development, agency advocacy, and/or local/state campaigns to address domestic violence and social justice issues at a more collaborative or macro level.

•Meetings
Attends regular and special staff meetings. Communicates appropriate staff decisions to residents. 

•Schedule
On call consecutive days once every 5-6 weeks answering the hot line. 

On Call Domestic Violence Response Team (DVRT). Responds to Hot line calls from Santa Rosa Police Department Law Enforcement

•Performs other duties as requested.

TO APPLY: Submit Resume & Cover Letter to dsilveira@ywcasc.org with "Bilingual Weekend Family Advocate" in subject line. 

Thank you for your interest in employment with the YWCA. We may be unable to respond to every individual submission due to a high volume of applicants. Please do not telephone. Applicants who do not follow the application procedure are immediately disqualified.
Posted On: 4/12/2017 11:19:45 AM
Contact: dsilveira, 707-546-9922
Expires On: May 04, 2017

11. Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods

Seasonal Service Aides
Stewards is looking for seasonal service aides to staff the entrance station at Armstrong Redwoods and do camp checks, janitorial and maintenance duties. Starts at $10.50 per hour. Applicants must have the following qualifications:
•Cash handling experience and good math skills
•Able to lift 60-70 lbs
•Flexible schedule and ability to work daytime, weekends and evenings
•Valid driver's license, current insurance and clean driving record
•Experience working with power tools a plus
Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods is an equal opportunity employer. Please submit your cover letter and resume in a MS Word doc or PDF file to scott @ stewardscr.org. Phone calls will not be accepted.
Posted On: 4/10/2017 2:36:33 PM
Contact: Human Resources, (707) 869-9177
Expires On: May 18, 2017

12. Seasonal Naturalist - Stewards of the Coast and Redlands

Seasonal Naturalist
Stewards is looking for trained Naturalists who have a flexible schedule and availability this spring and summer for youth environmental education programs. Pay is $15 per hour and/or nighttime per diem. Must have the following qualifications:
•Knowledge of the natural resources in Sonoma County and in particular the coast redwood and marine ecosystems
•Have a valid driver's license, current insurance and clean driving record
•Be able to lift 50-60 lbs
•Have a flexible schedule and availability for daytime and nighttime camping programs
•Be able to hike 5 miles on uneven terrain
•Valid email account and access to the internet
Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods is an equal opportunity employer. Please submit your cover letter and resume in a MS Word doc or PDF file to michele @ stewardscr.org. Phone calls will not be accepted.

Posted On: 4/10/2017 2:28:22 PM
Contact: Human Resources, (707) 869-9177
Expires On: May 04, 2017

13. Transcendence Theater Company- Operations Associate (OA) on the Events Crew

Transcendence Theater Company is searching for enthusiastic, positive, hard working individuals to become part of the team and part of the Transcendence family as an Operations Associate (OA) on the Events Crew.

This is a unique part-time opportunity, to work in a positive, supportive environment, out in nature, meeting people from all over the country, while constructing an entire event from start to finish.As an OA you will work with up to 7 other teammates to transform Jack London State Historic Park, in Glen Ellen, into one of the top rated theaters in the United States. The Events team is the backbone of the event, ensuring that the event runs smoothly, the entire park is set up and broken down on time everyday, guests are happy and the park is clean. We are the first team on site and the last to leave. An OA’s work is extremely hard and taxing, yet also wildly rewarding. At Transcendence we work hard but we also love to play! We attend family dinners, cast parties, participate in community outreach opportunities, and attend amazing wine tastings, we are in the heart of wine country! Transcendence is a non-profit organization, whose mission is to create transcendent experiences that inspire others (and one’s self) to going beyond the usual limits and change the world in extraordinary ways. Transcendence encourages living a life of balance, supporting your co-workers, and not only enjoy the amazing perks, but also the amazing work, because if you enjoy what you do, you will never work a day in your life!
*As Transcendence is an ever growing company, there is a huge OPPORTUNITY FOR GROWTH.

Position: Operations Associate, Events Team

Commitment: Part-time, Fri-Sun and some weekdays, May-September 2017

Compensation: $130 per day, paid weekly

Interview Date: Immediately
Ideal Qualifications:

Energetic, collaborative, positive, “can do” attitude.
Flexibility, high degree of initiative.
Thrives independently and as a team.
Ability to take and implement detailed instructions/directions from Event Manager.
Ability to lift 50+ pounds, assist in load in, strike, set-up, breakdown, transport and delivery event equipment, safely and mindfully. 
Attention to detail.
Self starter. 
Grace under pressure, task focused.
Ability to work under strict deadline.
Embodies integrity, honesty and commitment to each day. 
Alignment with company core values.
Ability to work in heat/outside. 
Driver’s License (not necessarily required, but strongly recommended).
MUST HAVE TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM WORK AND ABILITY TO ATTEND A MULTITUDE OF VENUES, WHEN NECESSARY.
Ability to work nights and weekends and possible holidays.

Posted On: 4/10/2017 2:19:46 PM
Contact: Human Resources, 877-424-1414
Expires On: May 19, 2017

14. Executive Director, Petaluma Museum Association (:PMA)

 


 

The PMA, a 501(c)(3) non-profit and operator of thePetaluma Historical Library & Museum, seeks an executive director.  Email resume to EXDIR@petalumamuseum.com.  Applicationperiod closes April 15th, 2017.  Job description isbelow.

 

 

Job Description

PMAExecutive Director Position:
               The Petaluma HistoricalLibrary & Museum/Petaluma Museum Association Executive Director is thechief executive of the Museum and, as such, is responsible for the general andfiscal leadership and management of the entire organization, includingprograms, partnerships, fundraising, budgets, and external relations. Aboveall, the Executive Director is charged with delivering on the mission and goalsof the organization in a fiscally sound manner. This person plays a leadingrole, working closely with the Board of Directors and staff, in developing andarticulating the strategic direction of the Museum and in implementing theresulting strategies and initiatives.

Other job responsibilities include for day-to-day directionto the organization, executing its short- and long-range strategies and plan.The Executive Director leads the development and marketing efforts and is oftencalled upon to represent PMA in fundraising, recruiting, and other publicefforts.

The Executive Director is responsible for managing themaintenance of the facility and to develop strategies to optimize the buildingsuse.

The Executive Director must interact effectively with manyconstituencies: students, participants, funders, school and civicorganizations, and local and state units of government. He or she is expectedto take a leadership role in monitoring public history trends and recommendingappropriate programming to keep pace with a changing environment.     This individual must be a pro-active,visible symbol of PHL&M/PMA. The Executive Director must have a deeppassion for preserving Petalumahistory and an enthusiasm for passing that ethic on to others.

The PMA Executive Director is responsible to and reports tothe PMA Board of Directors through the President of the Board.

Responsibilities:

Fundraising/Development/Membership:

  • Work closely with the Board to advance donor relations and to develop and implement effective fundraising efforts and special events to support programming that enriches the lives of residents and the community.
  • Conduct ongoing grant research opportunities and oversee the writing of grant applications to foundations, corporations, and community organizations; submit required progress reports to those organizations. 
  • Develop a strategy for the Annual Campaign, including the Impact Report and appeal letters.  Assist with necessary research and leadership in anticipation of a capital campaign.
  • Coordinate solicitation of major gifts from individuals and event sponsorships.
  • Coordinate staff support for museum fundraising events and educational/cultural programs. 

·       Oversee and promote the PMA’s ongoingmembership to increase membership by ten percent peryear, with a goal of ten percent of the population or sixthousand members.

  • Work with the Board to nurture relationships with existing donors and to identify and cultivate prospective donors.

Collections:

  • Supervise Collections Management Team to assure donations are properly accepted and documented, including compliance with state and federal laws.
  • Assist volunteer Exhibit Team with planning, development, production, and installation of exhibits.

·       Creation and funding of a permanentCollections Manager position under either City or PMA control.

  • Assess space and equipment needs while ensuring a safe and comfortable environment for visitors and staff.
  • Advocate for the preservation of historic and/or architecturally significant buildings, landmarks, and artifacts.
  • Provide highest industry standard procedures for acquisitions and de-accessions.

CommunityRelations:

  • Increasing local and regional public awareness of the unique mission and programming offered by PMA so that it is broadly recognized and attracts people to the museum as visitors, volunteers, and donors.
  • Connecting more directly to the Petaluma community to ensure the PHL&M/PMA reflects their needs and its contributions are recognized and valued.
  • Foster and develop good working relationships with local community, City, and other nonprofit entities.
  • Cultivate committed community volunteers, supervise their activities, and recognize their contributions.

FinancialManagement and Compliance:

  • Together with the board Treasurer, recommend an annual operating budget and prepare monthly budget reports.
  • Be responsible for the administration of the budget through careful expenditures and monitoring.

·       Obtain accreditation from the AmericanAlliance of Museums.

Administration

  • Work collaboratively with staff, as well as committee chairs and other volunteers to help the committees accomplish their objectives, while adhering to PMA policies and strategic vision.
  • Provide operational support for Board projects and serve as primary liaison between Board and staff.
  • Maintain official records and documents, and ensure compliance with federal state and local regulations.
  • Keep abreast of developments in the museum field.

BoardSupport

  • Work closely with the Board President in implementing Board decisions, preparing Board agendas, and communicating regularly about Society activities.
  • Serve as a resource to Board committees and functions.
  • Support the board to advance PMA’s mission by ensuring that the organization has a sound short term action plan and long range strategy.
  • Provide operational support for Board projects and serve as primary liaison between Board and staff.
  • Attend all board meetings.
  • Ensure that board is kept fully informed on the condition of the organization and all important factors influencing it, through regular status reports on museum operations and activities.
  • Coordinate orientation and training of Board members.

Experience/Qualification

Anideal candidate will likely have:

  • Bachelor's degree in Museum Studies, Business Administration or related degree.
  • Seven or more years' experience managing a staff and dealing with all human resources-related matters including hiring, evaluating, and terminating employees in a non-profit environment.
  • Demonstrated record of being a self-starter, leader, team builder, and problem solver.
  • Proven administrative, analytical, and strategic planning skills.
  • Proven financial ability to organize and manage a budget and to monitor ongoing financial performance.
  • Demonstrated success in fundraising and community outreach with expertise in crafting public and private partnerships.
  •  Effective communicator with proven ability to work with individuals or diversified groups such as staff, Board, government, business leaders, donors, and volunteers.
  • Flexible schedule to attend evening and weekend activities. 
Posted On: 3/2/2017 6:08:32 PM
Contact: Liz cohee, (707) 778=4398
Expires On: April 15, 2017

15. Part Time Regional Communication Manager

As one of the nation’s premier humanitarian organizations, the American Red Cross is dedicated to helping people in need throughout the United States and, in association with other Red Cross networks, throughout the world. We depend on the many generous contributions of time, blood, and money from the American public to support our lifesaving services and programs.

At the American Red Cross, you will enjoy a collaborative work culture committed to the diversity of our people, programs, and services. We need people who want to contribute their individual talents to help their neighbors locally, across the country, and around the world. Whether you’re a recent graduate or an experienced professional, if you share our passion for helping people, join us in for a rewarding and challenging career opportunity that support our mission.


Job Description:

This is a part-time position 10 hours a week.

Responsible for carrying out communication activities in the region as defined by the Regional Communication Director.  The Specialist supports the strategic communication direction in the region in order to promote the full mission of the Red Cross in local communities.  The Specialist leads and manages a volunteer team and is responsible for raising the visibility of local chapters to promote Red Cross fundraising and service delivery efforts across all lines of Red Cross business.

Responsibilities:

1. Support strategic communication plan for the region.


2. Act as a local media spokesperson at the direction of the Director or work with local chapter executives to assign an appropriate spokesperson or media representative.

3. Develop and distribute press materials, including press releases, talking points, op-eds, letters to the editor for local events and initiatives and during regional disaster responses.

4. Assist in developing and carrying out a social media strategy for the territory.

5. Assist in maintaining, either directly or through volunteers, social media platforms consistent with the strategy.

6. Develop photo and video content for local social media and web platforms.

7. Localize national developed materials and ensure distribution of nationally developed press materials and toolkits to all chapters in the region.

8. Maintain a media distribution list for the region.


9. Maintain positive relationships with members of the local media in the region or work with chapter executives and other staff to maintain those relationships.

10. Maintain relationships with chapter executives in the region.


11. Proactively pitch positive local media stories within the region.

12. Work with the Director to develop materials for crisis or reputation management issues.

13. Assist the Director in leading and managing a group of public affairs volunteers in the region.

14. Participate in disaster public affairs deployments beyond the region and be a resource when disaster operations exceed the capacity of other regions in the same division.

15. At the direction of the regional Director, may act as the Public Affairs manager for region led responses.


Essential Functions/Physical Requirements:

Depending on work assignment, may require ordinary ambulatory skills sufficient to visit other locations; or the ability to stand, walk and manipulate (life, carry, move) light to medium weights of up to 20 pounds.  Requires good hand-eye coordination, arm and hand and finger dexterity, including ability to grasp and visual acuity to use a keyboard, operate equipment and read technical information.  Overall mobility is essential .  May include sitting for long periods of time, driving a vehicle and working under challenging conditions. 

Work Conditions: 

Work is performed indoors with some potential for exposure to safety and health hazards related to emergency services relief work.  May travel and participate in meetings and conferences throughout the regional jurisdiction, state and Red Cross system.  Because the Red Cross is a disaster response organization, staff may be asked to be on 24-hour call during period of major disaster.  Should this occur, salary compensation would be given in accordance with the law.

Apply now!  Joining our team will provide you with the opportunity to make a difference every day.

The American Red Cross is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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The American Red Cross is a diverse nonprofit organization offering its employee’s professional development and growth opportunities, a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, and a collaborative team spirit environment. To be considered for this position, please visit https://americanredcross.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/American_Red_Cross_Careers/job/Santa-Rosa-CA/Regional-Communications-Manager_RC6003 to apply.