Subject: Executive Assistant (Oakland/SF Bay Area, CA)
Please direct your responses to: email@example.com
We are a fast growing, fully funded startup focused on building meaningful relationships through working together on community projects.
Our investors have success in building billion dollar portfolios and they are excited about our business model and growth projections.
Our dedicated team of seasoned professionals is bright, energetic and creative with passion for working in a results oriented, fun and stimulating environment. Approximately 60% of this position is direct support of the CEO and the President. The balance is spent managing a growing office, planning, and project management. If this feels like the type of opportunity you are looking for, we encourage you to apply.
Our Executive Administrative Assistant will have:
- 5 – 10 years experience in successfully supporting a team of executives and managing the logistics of a small office.
Ability to manage multiple competing priorities while maintaining premier customer service.
- College preferred.
- Excellent communication skills (verbal and written. Grammar matters.)
- Project management skills that include attention to detail and ability to work with minimal direction.
- A desire to be a part of a world-class team that takes the position that “no job is too big or too small”
- Ability to supervise vendors and negotiate service contracts.
- Punctuality, dependability and ability to maintain confidential information.
- Worked successfully in a start-up environment.
Our Executive Administrative Assistant will:
- Anticipate and support the administrative needs of our Executives and directors by anticipating issues proactively.
- Arrange activities and services by ensuring the office runs smoothly and efficiently.
- Maintain a sense of humor.
- Protect confidential and proprietary information using
- Purchase office supplies and maintain office equipment in
- Be the first impression of Matches That Matter by ensuring
are answered professionally and visitors receive a warm welcome.
Are you ready to jump in on the ground floor of a funded, unique social relationship start-up? This role will encompass greater responsibility as we open offices in other cities. If you are entrepreneurial, enjoy watching your efforts translate directly into results and thrive in a high performance environment, then Matches That Matter is your next career opportunity.
To apply, please send a cover letter highlighting your qualifications and resume to Sandra at: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a legally-blind student in grades 3-12, college, graduate school or a certificate program who lives in San Francisco, Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin or San Mateo counties, then you are eligible to win a $2,500 grant.
The San Francisco Chapter of the California Council of the Blind, CCB, will give a grant of up to $2,500 to a Bay Area student who is legally blind and can best demonstrate the need to improve his or her educational or employment opportunities.
Please submit a completed and postmarked application and essay by October 31, 2012, to:
The Alice Fund Committee
C/o Charlie Dorris
966 Union Street
San Francisco CA 94133
To request an application and instruction form or for further details contact Charlie Dorris at 415-775-0487 or via email at: email@example.com. You may also contact Ellie Lee at 415-378-6079 or via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
TV and typing make a great combination. Experienced transcriptionists wanted to help us create the best closed captions in the business. Are you a skilled transcriptionist who’s transcribed enough corporate meetings for this lifetime? If so, submit your resume to CaptionMax and get to work transcribing all manner of television programs and help make media accessible for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing audience.
Location: Your Comfy Home
Rate: $1/min, contract position, work as much or as little as you can handle.
Requirements: Broad knowledge base. High-level command of English language spelling and punctuation. High-speed internet connection. A computer with word processing and spreadsheet program.
Submit your resume and cover letter email@example.com
Applications will not be considered without a cover letter describing yourself, your skills, and how they apply to this position.
POSITION: Accounts Payable Coordinator
Responsible for all aspects of Accounts Payable and cash receipts in the LightHouse Finance Department. Assists with month-end closing procedures and related work as required.
AGENCY EXPECTATIONS OF EMPLOYEES:
As employees, we should:
- Read, understand, and adhere to all Agency policies and procedures.
- Conduct ourselves in a professional manner on and off the job, knowing that we are representatives of LightHouse.
- Perform all job responsibilities.
- Maintain a positive and respectful attitude toward everyone.
- Communicate regularly and appropriately with our supervisors, and colleagues within our own departments.
- Demonstrate efficient time management and the ability to prioritize our assignments.
- Consistently report to work on time, and be ready to begin performing our assigned duties and responsibilities.
- Work productively.
- Continue to learn and communicate a blindness-positive philosophy based on best current practices in the field.
Education or equivalent: Accounting degree preferred.
Experience: Two years of Accounts Payable/Cash Receipts experience.
Other: Ability to work both independently and with others as a team. Strong interpersonal skills essential to provide excellent customer service to both internal and external customers and contacts. Knowledge of accounting principles and practices.
- Understands Accounts Payable (AP) and Cash Receipts (CR) policies and procedures.
- Carries out the duties of the AP and CR positions by computing, classifying, recording and verifying source data utilizing project code.
- Performs accounting functions in support of other departments as they relate to the maintenance of AP & CR.
- Analyzes AP expense accounts coding.
- Maintains all AP vendor files and CR documents.
- Maintains Payable Accounts and Cash Receipts account schedules
- Handles daily petty cash disbursements.
- Assists with departmental filing system and periodic archiving.
- Assists outside auditors during the annual certified audit.
- Prepares year-end 1099 forms.
- Cross-trains with Accounts Receivable Coordinator
- Other duties may also be assigned
Equal opportunity to all regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, marital status, disability, religious or political affiliation, age, or sexual orientation.
All employees at LightHouse are hired for an indefinite and unspecified duration and consequently, no employee is guaranteed employment for a specified length of time. Employment is at the mutual consent of the employee and LightHouse. Accordingly, either the employee or LightHouse can terminate the employment relationship at any time, with or without cause (“employment at will”).
Please submit cover letter / résumé in Word format, to firstname.lastname@example.org; thank you.
PBX / At Your Service Operator, Oakland Marriott (apply directly at the Marriott)
The PBX telephone operator is responsible for: handling incoming and outgoing phone calls; responding to guest requests; learn and disseminate basic hotel information; be knowledgeable of procedures and techniques necessary for the smooth operation of the department. PBX Operators are required to: display a guest orientation; possess a working knowledge of computers; and display an excellent phone manner.
Interstate is an EEO/AA/M/F/D/V employer.
This position requires excellent oral communication skills in English, comfortable with use of computer and ability to type on a keyboard. Must have flexible schedule, including ability to work weekends, overnight and late evening shifts.
This is a union position.
Job Title: Orientation & Mobility Instructor II
Reports to: Daily Living Skills Team Lead
Society for the Blind is currently seeking qualified candidates to fill a position of Orientation & Mobility Instructor II. Our mission is to empower individuals who are blind or have low vision to live productively and independently by building confidence through training, tools and mentorship. Society for the Blind is a 501c3 organization serving Northern California, with a focus on Sacramento, Placer and Yolo counties.
General Description: The essential function of the job is to teach clients how to maneuver and utilize Orientation & Mobility aids, methods and services intended to assist in the development of the client’s independence and personal skills.
- Provide instruction in Orientation & Mobility to clients using the standard methods and techniques of the long cane.
- Instruct clients in the use of certified low vision and electric mobility aids.
- Provide instruction in problem solving, direction finding and structured discovery of the travel environment.
- Orient clients to their physical environment through maximum development and utilization of their remaining senses.
- Conduct training on city streets. Instruction is to include, but not limited to the use of public transportation, escalators, elevators, revolving doors and other features found in traveling.
- Prepare tactual and auditory maps and instruct clients in their proper use.
- Evaluate clients’ functional, physical and mental capabilities, as related to mobility and orientation.
- Determine individual clients’ need for physical conditioning.
- Stay current in areas of responsibility.
- Address and conduct workshops for interested groups as requested.
Maintain thorough, complete and timely ongoing weekly and monthly record keeping of client services; including, but not limited to case notes, lesson notes, evaluations, progress reports, and correspondence.
Team building and Networking
- Present client issues to supervisor and contribute to ongoing problem solving of such issues while maintaining appropriate confidentiality.
- Consult with other professionals, family members or other appropriate parties regarding the progress and problems of the clients.
- Participate in individual case conferences and confer regularly with program staff on multi-disciplinary service team concerning client’s program and adjustment to blindness or vision loss.
- Maintain positive and professional relations with counselors of Department of Rehabilitation and other agencies as well as Society clients, staff, and volunteers.
- Coordinate effective client service with third-party counselors, such as Department of Rehabilitation.
- Attend all staff and department meetings
- Adhere to all Society policies and procedures
- Obtain training to enhance job requirements
- Other duties as required
- A minimum of two years working experience.
- Master’s Degree in appropriate field.
- Applicants must be graduates from either:
O&M programs sponsored by the U.S. Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA).
- Certification/certifiability from one of RSA approved certifying bodies required
- Excellent writing skills- English grammar and usage.
- Excellent verbal communication skills.
- Good computer skills. MS Office programs- Word, Excel, Outlook & Internet Explorer.
Submit cover letter and resume by email to Diane Starin, Daily Living Skills Team Lead at email@example.com
Application’s deadline: Until the position is filled.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!
Job Title: Transportation Specialist III
Reports to: Transportation Manager
Society for the Blind is currently seeking qualified candidates to fill a position of Transportation Specialist III. Our mission is to empower individuals who are blind or have low vision to live productively and independently by building confidence through training, tools and mentorship. Society for the Blind is a 501c3 organization serving Northern California, with a focus on Sacramento, Placer and Yolo counties.
General Description: The essential functions of the job are to operate Society vehicles to transport clients, materials and equipment to assigned destinations, to maintain vehicles so that they are always in good working condition, and to assist Society staff with various general office tasks. Valid California Class B driver’s license with passenger endorsement is required.
Transportation of Clients and Maintenance of Vehicles:
- Transport clients for their scheduled classes at the Society for the Blind.
- Transport clients and or instructors for work related activities.
- Keep up the physical appearance of Society vehicles.
- Maintain complete and accurate weekly logs of driving trips.
- Submit reports on driving related activities which include but are not limited to client incidents, safety issues and others as required by the supervisor.
- Provide documentation to supervisor as needed.
- Attend all staff and department meetings if time permits with work schedule.
- Adhere to all Society policies and procedures.
- Stay current in areas of responsibility.
- Maintain positive and professional relationships with Society clients, staff and volunteers.
- Other duties as requested or as need is assessed.
- Clean driving record free from any traffic violations.
- Possession of a California B license with passenger endorsement issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles.
- Current on CPR/First Aid.
- Basic computer skills.
- Excellent communications, organizational and time management skills.
- Knowledge of, belief in and adherence to agency’s mission and vision
- A minimum of two years paid professional working experience in the field of transportation.
Submit a cover letter and resume to Sheriann Rucobo, Transportation Manager at email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Application’s deadline: Until the position is filled.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!