San Francisco ReServe matches San Francisco residents over the age of sixty and adults (18+) with disabilities with meaningful part time employment. To apply for a job, review the following job descriptions and click on the corresponding link to complete your online application. If you have questions, please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where: San Francisco
Hours: 16 hours/week; Stipend: $16.50/hr.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Serve as the initial face of the foundation, including greeting visitors and answering and screening telephone call
- Manage the organization’s Community Room calendar, and complete database entry in Salesforce for Community Room reservations and grant-related activities
- Prepare Community Room for meetings, orient users on equipment usage, handle breakdown and cleanup after meetings; serve as a liaison to Community Room users by answering any questions they have and processing paperwork
- Event planning for Board, Executive and Programs, including but not limited to sending out invitations, set-up, and food ordering
- Create and manage invitation list for events using Salesforce database, online invitations and other electronic tools
- Take staff meeting notes, and transcribe notes for distribution
- Assist in preparing Board meeting materials and uploading into BoardEffect system
- Provide administrative support for foundation staff, including any special projects designated by the CEO, photocopying, collating, scanning, mailing, scheduling, and filing documents
- Handle incoming and outgoing correspondences such as U.S. mail, email, i.e. Metta info email
- Set up meetings, conference calls and webinars as needed
- Maintain office staff calendar
- Maintain a clean reception area, Community Room, supply room, and kitchen
Qualifications and Requirements:
- At least 3 years of administrative experience required
- Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree recommended
- Strong computer skills, including maintaining a database. Proficient with Windows, Microsoft
- Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Access), Salesforce/foundationConnect, BoardEffect
- Experience with list management processes and tools
- Excellent attention to detail and ability to manage multiple ongoing tasks
- Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills
- Work independently and take initiative in decision-making and problem-solving
- Working collaboratively as part of a small team
- Comfortable moving tables and chairs, on casters, in fully carpeted room
Where: San Francisco
Hours: 10 – 20/week; Stipend: $16.50/hr.
Mission: Our Partner’s philosophy is a multi-layered approach built upon the foundation that each child deserves a warm, stimulating environment that fosters positive self-esteem and develops the love of learning. They provide multiple programs for children.
All teachers are responsible for the general supervision, management and assurance of safety, security and well-being of each child in the program. Support teachers and provide classroom staff with assistance including reading to children, rocking babies, etc. Additionally, some support teachers may fill specific roles such as outdoor classroom teacher to enrich the program for children.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Desire to want to work with the children, reading stories, rocking babies, and general assistance with caring for children as a valued asset to the teacher in a class room day care setting.
- Greet each child in a warm and friendly manner and provide quality customer service at all times (for children, families, center staff and the community).
- Interact with the children and encourage their involvement in activities.
- Encourage and model language expansion, extended learning and problem-solving strategies throughout the day.
- Support classroom staff as needed when substituting for absent staff.
- Implement daily activities based on approved curriculum and center philosophy.
- Provide a warm, safe, and caring learning environment that is kept orderly, clean, appealing and in compliance with Environment Rating Scale or similar tool.
- Encourage family involvement in center activities and educational opportunities.
- Follow universal health precautions in all situations.
- Perform daily health checks upon arrival of every child.
- Observe children to detect signs of illness, injury, emotional disturbance, learning disorder, speech problem, or other special need and reports these signs immediately to the Program Director for needed follow-up.
- Assist in maintaining classroom and playground, providing a safe and healthy environment.
- Ensure center personnel policies are followed.
- Keep scheduled hours and sign in/out every shift.
- Avoid showing favoritism or bias towards individual staff, parents, or children.
- Participate in staff meetings, trainings, conferences, etc., as required.
- Utilize resource materials, articles, videos, etc.
- Participate in on-site and off-site professional growth activities.
- Work cooperatively with center administration for the success of the organization.
- Additional duties may be assigned as needed for smooth operation of the organization.
- Must be 18 years or older.
- High school graduate or equivalent GED.
- One year experience with infant/toddlers and/or preschool children preferred.
- Pass physical exam, TB test, Criminal Record Clearance and Fingerprints and all other state license requirements, to be paid for by Partner, where applicable.
- Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
- Establish and maintain effective, working relationships with children, parents, and staff.
- Maintain and support program policies and procedures.
- Expressed commitment to the program and its philosophies during the term of your employment.
The physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job.
- Ability to sit/stand both in/outdoors for prolonged periods.
- Ability to see, hear and speak.
- Ability to participate in regular standing, walking, kneeling, bending, twisting, pushing, pulling, crouching, grasping, reaching above, and below the shoulder.
- Ability to lift/carry 25 lbs.
- Ability to multi-task in an energy demanding and often noisy environment.
- Ability to operate computer and complete other repetitive motion tasks.
Where: San Francisco
Hours: 15 – 20/week; Stipend: $16.50/hr.
The initial period of hire will be 3 months with continuation based upon mutual satisfaction by both parties.
Mission: Our Partner is a full day center serving children 2-5 years of age. The program serves a diverse group of children including children with special needs.
Preschool Art Coordinator Requirements and Responsibilities
- Have prior experience offering developmentally appropriate art activities for preschool age children. Art activities for preschool children should emphasize the process rather than the product. Guidelines will be provided, but prior experience is necessary.
- Talk to children in a manner that reflects the organization’s social emotional philosophy.
- Work, when needed, with children on other routines.
- Provide a monthly calendar of activities to the supervisor including materials needed. As much as possible the Coordinator will plan activities with materials and supplies already in the center, but the Coordinator can order through the supervisor new materials as long as sufficient notice is given.
- Set up the art center with daily activities such as putting paper on the easel and ensuring there are sufficient paper, crayons, markers, etc. in the center.
- Set up additional appropriate activities in the center at least 2 or 3 times per week. Children learn from and enjoy repetition; therefore, these planned activities do not have to be different each day.
- Proof of recent vaccinations, including TB. To be paid for by Partner, where applicable.
- Facilitate some group projects.
- Work with supervisor and other staff to develop projects that reflect the cultures of the children.
- Work with other teachers to help them extend the curriculum they are developing.
- Sit with the children while carrying out the activities being careful to let children do their own work without providing models.
- Teach the children to use the materials in a respectful area.
- Engage the children in set-up and clean-up as part of the process.
- Be aware of the program philosophy.
- Be able to call for support from the regular teachers and staff when needed.
- Accept supervision and ask for help when needed.
- Attend occasional meetings related to the position and/or art.
Position: Facilities Lead
Where: San Francisco
Part Time: 10 -12 hours per week, Stipend $16.50 hr.
Our Partner’s mission is to to link surplus with needs, promote naturally abundant renewable resources, and create inspirational eco-spaces. This is a joyous environment that welcomes everyone who walks in the door. Please note that there are often gentle dogs on the premises.
- Turn on facility lights and lights for fish tank
- Open window blinds
- Assure fish tank water level is accurate and sufficient
- Check bathroom for supplies
- Sweep and/or declutter the front entrance
- Turn on iPads to respective program pages
- Turn on both TVs to video stream
- Check phone messages
- Dust blinds and items in front in shop
- Turn off lights, ESPECIALLY fish tank light
- Take boards and fountain inside
- Close blinds
- Change bathroom towels
- Feed fish/check if fish have been fed
- Check that iPad are charging
- Make sure machines/heater are off
- Promote the mission and programs of the organization
- As a team member of a diverse and small team you may be asked to pitch in to do other tasks, based on ability
- Responsible and self-motivated
- Able to see what is needed and pitch in
- Ownership of the look and running of the facility
- Understand how your work supports both staff and visitors
- Trouble shooter and problem solver
Position Title: Program Assistant
Where: Berkeley (8 walking minutes from ASHBY BART) * Cost of BART ticket will be refunded by Organization
Part Time: 10 hrs./week; stipend $16.50 hr. (cost of BART ticket will be refunded by Organization)
Mission of Organization: Our Partner is a Bay Area nonprofit organization that has been offering learning forums and workshops open to both professionals and individuals over the last 10 years. Their programs promote integrated solutions, focusing on the home environment and its context, rather than an institutional environment, as the major contributor to healthy aging. Programs are currently offered in San Francisco and the East Bay.
A professional who will assist our Partner’s interdisciplinary and intergenerational team of committed professional volunteers and the Executive Director to plan, develop and execute their programs.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
- Assist with forum planning (pre- and post- forum tasks from announcements to managing presenters and follow ups
- Manage and update calendars, send meeting invitations and reminders
- Track donations and send recognition
- Assist communications manager with access to forum content and presenters
- Maintain electronic and physical filing system (nonprofit status documents, minutes, etc.)
Skills and Qualifications:
- Comfort with Microsoft Office Suite, emailing
- Experience with electronic and physical filing systems, including naming and storing documents appropriately
- Proactively organize communications to assure stakeholder engagement, including donors
- Strong writing and verbal communication skills
Minimum Requirements: English proficiency
Also Desirable: Comfort drafting correspondences for Executive Director’s use
Other Considerations: Comfortable with commuting on BART
Position Title: Talk Line Counselor
Where: San Francisco
Part Time: 10hr/week; stipend $16.50 hr. /*26 hours of paid training included
Mission of Organization: Our Partner’s mission is to prevent child abuse and reduce its devastating impact by providing a 24/7 support line for caregivers of children under the age of 18 in the Bay Area. We support approximately 10,000 calls per year, offering round-the-clock telephone counseling and support to families. We believe that no one should have to parent without support!
As a TALK Line Counselor, you will be part of a compassionate and caring community supporting Bay Area Families. Our TALK Line Counselor s find personal fulfillment, deep connection, and valuable skills through their experiences. You don’t need to be a parent to be a TALK Line Counselor!
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
- Serve as a compassionate, non-judgmental listener for parents and caregivers needing support
- Provide weekly support to caseload of 1 – 6 clients through outgoing calls
- Have one recurring weekly shift and one call-forwarded overnight shift per month
- Attend a weekly, one-on-one, meeting with a supervisor to debrief calls
Skills and Qualifications: NO SKILLS NECESSARY! WE WILL TRAIN YOU!
- Must be able to go up flight of stairs to reach the TALK Line.
- Must be able to hear conversation with a guardian over the phone.
- Must be able to see and type up calls in our tracking system on the computer.
Also Desirable: Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin, Vietnamese language skills desired but not required.
Other Considerations: Availabilities for day shifts or weekend shifts are highly considered.