Come help us chart a new path for what it means to age in community in San Francisco. Join our efforts to ensure older adults and people with disabilities can age and thrive in their own homes and neighborhoods. We welcome you to read more about the following open positions and apply to join our team.
Community Living Campaign is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workforce that is representative, at all job levels, of the neighborhoods in which we work. Older adults, people with disabilities, Black and other people of color, LGBTQ+, and other candidates who contribute to this diversity are strongly encouraged to apply. To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to: email@example.com.
Financial Systems Analyst
25-30 hours per week, with possibility for full time
$27 to $30 per hour, depending on skill and experience
Community Living Campaign, a San Francisco non-profit organization serving the needs of seniors and people with disabilities, is looking for a Financial Systems Analyst to strengthen our day-to-day financial operations.
CLC’s mission is to ensure older adults and people with disabilities can age and thrive in their own homes and neighborhoods. Over the past few years, we have grown substantially in both our government- and grant-funded programs and activities. To build on this recent growth and success, CLC is looking to strengthen our finance and business systems team with a strong Financial Systems Analyst who is excited by our mission and has the prerequisite skills and dedication to help support our growth. We are seeking someone with the right combination of financial knowledge and technical skills, along with a positive can-do spirit.
Responsibilities span a broad range of both day-to-day bookkeeping activities to more sophisticated operational improvement projects. These responsibilities include collecting and preparing monthly expense and billing information, making entries into our accounting and other financial systems, preparing reports, budgets and projections, and maintaining and improving our business systems. Below is a list of some of the specific tasks you will perform, while working with other members of the finance and operations teams:
- Credit card receipt processing and expense reimbursements
- Billing analysis and documentation
- Electronic bank deposits
- Accounting system entries using QuickBooks Online (A/P, A/R, account reconciliations)
- Payroll preparation and processing
- Financial report generation
- Budget preparation and analysis using Excel and other online tools
- Systems integration and process improvements
- Assisting with end-of-month and end-of-year accounting
- Complying with data integrity and security policies
- Scanning, filing and record maintenance
- Other related duties as required; position may evolve as the organization grows
Our ideal candidate has a good understanding of accounting principles, a high degree of proficiency with cloud-based business systems and tools, and very strong data manipulation skills using Excel and other applications. Meticulous attention to detail and accuracy is essential. Specific requirements include:
- Demonstrated proficiency with Mac- or Windows-based applications and cloud-based business systems
- Professional or academic experience with:
• Excel, including advanced features such as conditional sums and pivot tables (essential)
• QuickBooks (1-2 years minimum experience)
• Google Workspace (strongly preferred)
• Online payroll processing, benefits admin, and/or time tracking systems (a plus)
• Dropbox, Box, or other content sharing solutions (a plus)
• CRM or other cloud-based database systems (a plus)
- B.S. in accounting, economics, statistics, data science, systems operation, computer science, or math
- Demonstrated organizational skills and initiative
- Aptitude for learning new skills efficiently
- Ability to work well in teams as well as independently
- Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills
- Supportive of CLC’s core mission and values
- Enthusiastic about working with older adults and people with disabilities from diverse communities
CLC’s office is located at 1663 Mission Street, Suite 525, San Francisco, CA. The facility is a collaborative workspace that serves as the hub of our diverse and innovative set of evolving programs. A portion of the work responsibilities for this position will require routine presence in the office. A majority of the work can be performed remotely. CLC has implemented strong health and safety precautions and all employees are expected to abide by these measures.
This is initially a part-time employee position, starting at 25 to 30 hours per week, and with a wage of $27-$30 per hour, depending on the candidate’s skill level and experience. It has the potential to become full-time as the organization grows. Benefits include health and dental insurance, paid leave, and a 3% end-of year supplement toward retirement or other needs.
How to Apply
Please send a cover letter and your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emergency Preparedness Connector
10 to 15 hours per week, $17.34 per hour, SF ReServist Position*
Hiring multiple candidates for this role
Do you enjoy helping older adults and people with disabilities? Are you looking for a way to give back to your community? Join Community Living Campaign in helping your neighbors prepare for emergencies.
Emergency Preparedness Connectors will enjoy direct outreach to older adults and adults living with disabilities and working with neighborhood organizations. The part-time position will include sharing information about the CalShake program for earthquake warnings, along with overall emergency preparedness practices. Equally important, the Emergency Preparedness Connector will regularly talk with neighbors to reduce isolation and connect them to neighborhood and City resources.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
- Paid participation in training
- Direct phone outreach to a prepared list of individuals to build awareness of the CalShake program and the phone/computer MyShake App
- Provide one-to-one assistance for individuals needing support to download the MyShake App and other programs that help individuals prepare for an emergency.
- Participate in outside, neighborhood-based “pop-up” events (Covid, dependent) to promote emergency preparedness and connect people to additional resources, as noted above
- Connect individuals to resources through CLC, the Department of Disability & Aging Services Hub, and other agencies based on needs (i.e., transportation, mental health, digital skills training, CLC Activities, employment)
- Distribute flyers and posters associated with the Emergency Preparedness program
- Accurately track information about program activities performed.
Skills and Qualifications
- Enjoy helping people, with a focus on older adults and adults living with disabilities
- Comfortable reaching out via phone
- Compassionate, attentive listener, who respectfully manages conversations while honoring the individual
- Self-starter with attention to detail, project timelines.
- Enjoys presenting to small groups and engaging them in the content and to connect with one another to build relationships
- Understand that relationships and building community are essential for a good life
- Comfortable with Email and willing to learn other online programs.
- Familiar with Smart phones, downloading and using Apps, or willing to learn
- Familiar with Zoom
Candidates should have at least elementary English fluency. Candidates with conversational Spanish, Cantonese, or Tagalog are highly encouraged to apply.
Location & Physical Requirements
The Emergency Preparedness Coordinator will need to live and work in San Francisco, where CLC is based. Work will be primarily via phone and Zoom, but as Covid guidelines permit and neighborhood organizations hold outside events, on-site presentations and one-to-one interactions will be in person.
How to Apply for this SF ReServist Position
*SF ReRerve positions are part of a senior- and disability-employment program funded by the Department of Disabilities and Aging Services. Eligibility for this position is in accordance the funder’s requirements, which are:
- Must be a resident of the City and County of San Francisco
- 60+ years old or adult under 60, living with a disability