Computer Lab Instructor
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HealthRIGHT 360: Computer Lab Instructor (mission district)
Join our team as a Computer Lab Instructor!
Do you naturally gravitate towards teaching and helping others reach their goals? Are you known for being great with customers and having a lot of patience, initiative, and enthusiasm? Are you a person who is really comfortable with using a computer and enjoys showing beginning users how to navigate around, from how to use a mouse to filling out an online job application? We're looking for you!
Job Title: Computer Lab Instructor
• Provide individual computer counseling and troubleshooting services to clients using the lab; assist clients with their job and housing searches and improve their computer proficiency
• Develop curriculum and teach computer skills workshops
• Maintain the lab and supervise volunteers and tutors
• Administrative tasks such as ordering supplies, managing databases and taking notes
• Collaborate with other teammates and community partners to provide workshops and other related programming
• BA in Sociology, Education, Psychology or related field
• Mastery of the Microsoft Office Suite and Internet applications
• Customer service orientation with a strong value for helping others
• Excellent communication, organizational, and administrative skills
• Ability to teach computer skills to adult learners in an engaging manner
• Above-average patience, and enthusiasm for facilitating learning and motivating others
• Self motivated and proactive with a high degree of initiative and creative energy
• Experience working with diverse, disadvantaged populations with multiple barriers to educational and vocational success, including low literacy, learning disabilities, physical disabilities, and impaired cognitive functioning
About The HealthRIGHT 360 Resource Center:
The mission of the HealthRIGHT 360 Resource Center is to empower our clients to attain self-sufficiency, continued recovery, and the realization of their potential by building skills, providing support, and role modeling professional behavior.
The Resource Center provides services in the areas of education and training, employment, and housing, as well as connection to community-based supportive services for residential and outpatient clients in all phases of substance abuse treatment in our Northern and Southern California programs.
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- Compensation: Starting at $16.56 per hour, plus HealthRIGHT 360 offers a comprehensive benefit
- This is at a non-profit organization.
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Street Outreach Worker/Crisis Responder
Street Outreach Worker/Crisis Responder- Mission District
Salary: Starting at $18.00 per hour, plus HealthRIGHT 360 offers a comprehensive benefits package
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Primary Location: San Francisco
Facilities: 1889 Mission/890 Hayes
Program/Department: San Francisco Community Response Network
The Mission Neighborhood Street Outreach Workers/Crisis Responders (SOW/CR) will respond to street violence under the operations of the San Francisco Community Response Network, a street outreach and crisis response initiative created to reduce and intervene in youth related street violence for the City and County of San Francisco run by the Mayor's Office. San Francisco street violence refers to any severe conflict perpetuated by rival territories which may be initiated by turfs or other street associations’ rivalry. SOW/CRs will be part of a geographic team responsible for street outreach and crisis intervention in the Western Addition neighborhood. The SOW/CRs will work closely with the Department of Public Health’s Crisis Response Team and San Francisco Police Department staff to deploy staff for prevention and intervention in street violence and to assure proper referrals and linkages to interested clients.
Outreach Responsibilities: Coordinate and participate in geographic specific program activities, such as late night canvassing, school based and community life skills groups and recreational activities to ensure quality and accuracy of SFCRN work outcomes. Participate in street violence reduction partnerships within and across city agencies, other public and private entities, service providers, and additional stakeholders to accomplish defined objectives.
Crisis Response Responsibilities: Work collaboratively with the San Francisco Police Department and San Francisco Department of Public Health’s Crisis Response System staff to respond adequately to San Francisco’s crisis response system. Must be available to work afterhours and on weekends.
Program Operation Responsibilities: Successfully perform SFCRN daily operations and work with assigned geographic team accordingly.
Documentation and Compliance: Maintain accurate documentation and statistics on client services and produces reports accordingly.
And, other duties as assigned.
EDUCATION KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES QUALIFICATIONS:
Education and Experience
- Three (3) years of experience working in the field of violence prevention services
-Experience and knowledge of public health needs and street intervention operations
-Experience working with Victims of Crime and their immediate and/or extended family
-Experience working with high risk youth and/or young adults in one of the following neighborhoods- Western Addition/ South of Market & Tenderloin, Mission/ Excelsior and Visitacion Valley
-Current valid CA driver’s license with a clean driving record and ability to pass and maintain driving requirements and insurance requirements for van usage
- Must be available afterhours and on weekends to respond to emergencies, outstanding crisis or events in any San Francisco neighborhoods
-Associates Degree in Social Work, Public Health, Public Policy, Criminal Justice or closely related field
-Experience or in depth knowledge of best practices in violence prevention, community empowerment, alternatives to incarceration, youth development and public safety
-Familiarity with all San Francisco’s neighborhoods and community programs preferred
-Experience collaborating across government agencies and facilitating multi-agency processes
-Strongly desired: Class B driver's license
- Ability to clear and maintain fingerprint clearance
-Culturally competent and able to work with a diverse population
-Strong proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, specifically Word Outlook and internet applications
-Integrity to handle sensitive information in a confidential manner
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Job Coach Meda
Job Announcement: Mission Graduates Extended Day Classroom Coordinator
*Extended Day Program Coordinator – 1st – 5th Grade*
Mission Graduates (formerly St. John's Educational Thresholds Center) is a nonprofit organization that increases the number of K-12 students in San Francisco's Mission District who are prepared for and complete a college education.
We work towards fulfilling our mission through a wide range of after-school support services that serve close to 1000 children, youth and families each year. Our vision is to transform the culture of our neighborhood so that college becomes the expectation for Mission families, rather than the exception.
The Extended Day Program is an award-winning after-school academic
enrichment program serving 140 students K-5 *year-round* from Marshall Elementary, and 80 students *year-round* from Bryant Elementary School. Youth who participate in the Extended Day Program develop a sense of
self-confidence in their ability to learn, to speak their voice and to contribute to their community. The program infuses "college messaging" throughout its curriculum to ensure both children and parents alike begin
visualizing and believing in the college experience early in life. These particular positions will be part of the team at Bryant Elementary School.
*Extended Day Coordinators 1st – 5th Grade*
*Non-exempt, At-Will .75 FTE (30 hrs/week—11:15am - 5:15pm)*
*$14 -16/hour DOE*
*Full Health, Dental, Holiday, Vacation, and Sick Time*
*Note: Hours increase to full-time during the summer program June & July2014***
*Ideal Start Date –ASAP*
*Reports To*: Extended Day Program Director-Paloma Lopez
*Key Responsibilities & Primary Duties*
Plan and lead daily academic and enrichment activities for twenty students
- Utilize standards based curriculum to write lesson plans. - Lead an elective activity (i.e. dance, drumming, gardening) each
semester. - Develop and integrate college "culture-building" activities into the classroom. - Implement a year-round service learning project (in collaboration with your team) - Coordinate and support volunteers in classroom.
- Develop a nurturing, safe, respectful, multicultural learning environment.
Support students to reach specific literacy benchmarks
- Facilitate after-school homework assistance, vocabulary building and
reading comprehension activities that build upon the “school day” learning objectives. - Design, develop and implement theme & project-based curriculum that supports student academic and personal achievement.
Build cultural and educational bridges with students and their families.
- Assist in community outreach, parent communication, and volunteer recruitment and supervision. - Coordinate on-going communication and feedback systems with families,
teachers and volunteers.
Assist in the daily operations of the EDP including supervising youth, administrative tasks & staff development
- Maintain accurate youth files and records, i.e. attendance, student
behavior, and other evaluation forms to track student progress. - Participate in staff development, team and supervision meetings. - Provide overall support of the program, including support for field trips, special events and parent workshops.
- Plan and coordinate field trips, parent events, and other school-wide events - Serve as part of larger Mission Graduates team. - Other duties as assigned by supervisor.
- Bachelor degree required.
- Two years proven ability and experience working with urban youth. - Experience in after-school programming, teaching and/or tutoring students. - Understanding of youth development principles. - Experience in the field of Youth Development, education, or related
field. - Passion for working with children and youth is a must, as well as a willingness to explore alternative, non-institutional teaching methods. - Must be able to relate effectively to diverse community and
demonstrate understanding of cultural diversity. - Ability to speak, write, and read Spanish as well as excellent oral and written English communication skills. - Background and Tuberculosis clearance is mandatory upon hire.
- Experience working with communities of color with low-income populations is preferred. - Candidate must be flexible, well organized and able to take initiative. - Experience with PC based systems and Microsoft Office preferred.
*Mission District residents, bilingual Spanish-English *
*and people of all ethnicities are strongly encouraged to apply*
Please send your resume and a cover letter articulating your interest and qualifications to:
Last reminder: This is a ten month per year permanent position with a possibility of twelve month full-time schedule at 40 hours a week, seven
week summer program June -- July 2014. Team members are required to schedule vacation around major "breaks" in the program calendar.
*(No phone calls please; only applicants submitting both a resume and cover
letter will be considered)*