None of us can solve the challenges facing an aging population alone. But working together, we can bring about the changes and increased funding needed to support people aging in their own homes and neighborhoods.
Jobs at Community Living Campaign
Vision & Hearing Program Coordinator
We’re looking for a self-motivated generalist to serve as our Vision & Hearing Program Coordinator. You will be coordinating and promoting 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.
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. Training provided. For more information, please download the full job description.
Pay and Benefits. This is part-time, employee position currently budgeted at 20 hours per week and will include health benefits, paid vacation, and sick leave.
How to Apply. Community Living Campaign is an equal opportunity employer. Older adults and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Interested candidates should email cover letter and resume to Marie Jobling at firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to the position described above, Community Living Campaign and other non profits have part-time positions that regularly become available through SF ReServe.
Earn a stipend while serving your community in a part-time assignment. SF ReServe matches senior and adults with disabilities (ReServists) with rewarding part-time, paid opportunities at local nonprofits and public agencies (Partners).
By tapping into a lifetime of experience, ReServists helps Partners build a better San Francisco. If interested, please register for a First Impressions information session.
Volunteering at Community Living Campaign
Help create connections for San Francisco seniors and people with disabilities. Your time and skills can help our neighbors continue to age and thrive in their communities. We have one-time and ongoing opportunities in our office and across San Francisco.
- Resume and online job application coaching
- Grocery packing and delivery
- Event and party planning
- Communications and outreach
- Organizing and advocacy
- Office assistance, data entry
- And much more!
Interested? Fill out our online form or call us at 415.821.1003.