Opportunities

Program Coordinator, Economic Inclusion & Community Engagement (San Francisco, CA)

Please forward resume to: Emerald Cities Collaborative, San Francisco

Attn: Avni Jamdar
ajamdar@emeraldcities.org
1028A Howard Street
San Francisco CA 94103

We are currently seeking qualified individuals for our The Program Coordinator is a mid-level position within Emerald Cities Collaborative based in San Francisco and will report to Emerald Cities San Francisco Director. This new position will support the EC SF BayArea in 3 core areas:

1) Program management/development,

2) External communications/community engagement

3) Project development and implementation.

Duties will include the following:


Program Administration/Development:
1. Program management support on SF Climate Equity and CommunitynEngagement Collaborative - SF CE+CE, RENEW Multifamily, E-Contractor Academy, City of East Palo Alto, Building Electrification advocacy and technical assistance, and other local and national initiatives to support the SF Director;
2. Provide program coordination for the City of East Palo Alto First Source Hiring Policy;
3. Provide planning support to statewide energy efficiency training academies;
4. Scheduling, staffing, and maintaining basic documents such as agendas and minutes for meetings of the Collaborative and its committees;
5. Working with funders to assure compliance with their requirements;
6. Pursuing new sources of funding including writing proposals and responding to contracting opportunities with local and state agencies.

Communications/Community Engagement
• Establishing and strengthening working relationships other Emerald Cities chapters, with the National Emerald Cities Collaborative, with businesses,community groups, and government
• Support material development for presentations to large groups of diverse stakeholders


Project Development & Management
1. Work with a variety of stakeholders (Elected officials, workforce intermediaries, union and business representatives, contractors, foundations, Community Colleges, etc.) around project implementation needs/challenges: workforce pathways and training programs
2. Identifying and planning RENEW retrofit projects, including their financing;

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
1. Three to five years’ experience in a leadership position for programs or campaigns related to environment, social justice, labor, the unionized construction industry, or community advocacy or organizing;
2. Bachelor’s degree required, graduate degree preferred, with special preference to degrees in Urban Planning, Public Policy, Labor Studies, Environmental Sciences, Business, or Construction Management.
3. LEED certification a plus. Some knowledge or experience in the following:
1. Retrofit of buildings, especially for energy and water conservation;
2. Construction project planning, finance, and implementation;
3. Pre-apprenticeship and Joint Labor-Management apprenticeship programs;
4. Knowledge of LCPTracker, Elations, B2GNow and Salesforce platforms to do workforce tracking;
5. Construction labor agreements, including master agreements, project labor agreements, and community workforce agreements;
6. Nonprofit agency management;
7. Financial analysis;
8. Policy and legislative analysis; and
9. Working with diverse stakeholders including various ethnic, language, and income groups, business and labor, elected officials, financial institutions and others.

Additional skills (required):
1. Facility with computer and communications technology use and with basic office programs, including for bookkeeping;
2. Strong speaking skills, ability to engage a variety of stakeholders in a friendly and effective manner;
3. High abilities in verbal and written communication; and
4. Organization and attention to detail.

Finally, we require a commitment to social justice and to the principles of the Emerald Cities Collaborative.


SALARY COMMENSURATE WITH EXPERIENCE
BENEFITS: Health benefits included

Please forward resume to: Emerald Cities Collaborative, San Francisco

Attn: Avni Jamdar
ajamdar@emeraldcities.org
1028A Howard Street
San Francisco CA 94103

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