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Job and Volunteer Opportunities

The Community Living Campaign is looking for

Vision and Hearing Initiative Coordinator/Community Connector
Part-Time Job Opportunity

We’re looking for a self-motivated generalist to serve as our Vision & Hearing Community Connector. You will be coordinating and implementing many levels of activities of our Francis Goldsmith Vision & Hearing Initiative, which builds community-based and online networks of support, promotes strategies to ensure activities are inclusive and accessible, and provides one-on-one assistance to seniors with hearing and/or vision loss.  In working with the diverse group of San Franciscans that we serve, bilingual skills are a significant plus.

You will be working closely with our Computer and Healthy Aging Trainers, as well as other Community Connectors, and staff at complementary community organizations.

We are looking for someone who takes pride in their work and in helping co-workers excel at theirs. This position is ideal for someone who likes the dynamics of working in a small, mission-driven non-profit, enjoys one-on-one interaction with seniors and adults with disabilities, and is dedicated to teaching and promoting strategies and technologies to ensure seniors with vision and/or hearing limitations can thrive and participate, know their contributions are valued, and enjoy access to opportunities and support that help them keep making a positive difference in their community. Download a full job description for more information on responsibilities, desired skills, and other details.

Pay and Benefits
This is part-time, hourly employee position currently budgeted at 20 hours per week and will include health benefits, and paid vacation and sick leave. Community Living Campaign is an equal opportunity employer. Older adults and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply
Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to Kate Kuckro: kate@sfcommunityliving.org. Applications accepted until position filled.

 

Bilingual Computer Trainers/Tutors

The Community Living Campaign is looking for a bi-lingual computer trainer/tutor to facilitate computer training for seniors and people with disabilities at designated neighborhood sites in San Francisco. 
Based on interest and abilities, the trainings can be formal classes or simply helping people one-on-one in a computer lab.  The position is a part-time, employee position at $13 per hour for an average of 10 hours per week.

Do You:

  • Have a natural talent for connecting people?
  • See the gifts and talents in others?
  • Believe that relationships are essential for a good life?
  • Appreciate how technology and social media can help keep people connected?  
  • Want to be part of a creative, cutting edge team?

The successful Computer / Social Media Trainer will:

  • Have good computer and social media skills
  • Have experience working with seniors and adults with disabilities  
  • Be willing to bring your own talents and relationships to the work
  • Be organized and punctual
  • Fill out simple reports in support of the program
  • Attend program meetings and help design and evaluate the initial program offering.

Interested?
The Community Living Campaign will provide initial training and ongoing support.  The position is open to adults 55 and older or persons with disabilities of any age who live in San Francisco.   An individual must be fluent in a second language, preferably Cantonese, Mandarin, Russian, Spanish, Korean, Tagalog, Vietnamese or language spoken by a significant numbers of seniors in San Francisco. 

Pay and Benefits
This is part-time, position currently budgeted at up to 10 hours per week at $13 per hour. Community Living Campaign is an equal opportunity employer. Older adults and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply
Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to Marie Jobling: marie@sfcommunityliving.org. Applications accepted through December 1, 2016.

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