Employment Opportunities

Community Action Marin is currently seeking qualified individuals for the opportunities listed below.

Facilities Assistant

Reports to: Assistant Facilities Manager

Job Summary: The Facilities Assistant is responsible for performing routine and preventive maintenance and repairs for designated buildings, facilities and equipment.

Please send resume to Carl Waldecker, Facilities Manager at cwaldecker@camarin.org

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Site Supervisor – Old Gallinas Children’s Center

Reports to: Child Development Program Director

Job Summary: Under the supervision and direction of the Program Director, the Site Supervisor oversees all operations of one particular program site.

Please send resume to Maricruz Aldana, Workforce Manager at maldana@camarin.org

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Outreach & Engagement Senior Peer Case Manager

Reports to: Assistant Peer Mental Health Services Program Director

Job Summary:  Engage with citizens, families, police and other agencies to locate and assist the mentally ill homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless, in Marin County. Provides peer counseling and case management services designed to engage these clients and assist them in locating and acquiring community resources by providing long term outreach and support.  Use personal experience as a mental health client to work with people who have chronic serious mental illness, drug and or alcohol addictions.

Please send resume to Laurel Hill, VP Family and Adult Services at lhill@camarin.org

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Bilingual Financial Services Coordinator

Reports to: Economic Opportunity Program Director

Job Summary: Community Action Marin is the largest human services provider in Marin County and is designated by the County Board of Supervisors as the “official anti-poverty agency” for Marin County. We are working to make Marin a place where all of us can live with dignity and respect and have an equal opportunity to support ourselves and each other. For over 50 years, we’ve been there when our community needed us most. We now offer more support to more people than any other organization in the county, but demand is growing every day.

The Bilingual Financial Services Coordinator assists with the planning, coordination, and implementation of Economic Opportunity Program services including, but not limited to, special events and activities that support financial literacy and education, data collection, employment, and college success. This individual will also co-manage data collection for all SparkPoint services utilizing Exponent Case Management (ECM), a Salesforce-based online data collection system. The Coordinator will serve as the lead financial coaching trainer for financial coaches and will maintain a library of materials and online resources related to financial literacy and education. The individual will work with individuals one-on-one by providing personalized financial coaching and will lead group financial workshops, informational activities, and college class presentations. The Coordinator will assist individuals with accessing and obtaining public benefits and will connect them to employment and training services. Most importantly, the Coordinator will provide a positive experience for community members based on the organization’s shared values of Relationship, Unity, Service, and Inclusivity

Please send resume to Heather Bettini, Economic Opportunity Program Director, at hbettini@camarin.org

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Head Start Supervisor

Reports to: Head Start Education Manager

Job Summary: Under the supervision of the Education Manager and in collaboration with the Head Start Management Team, the Supervisor assisting in implementing the Head Start Performance Standards, supporting and monitoring program systems in all the service areas, supervising and supporting the growth and development of all assigned Early Head Start or Head Start staff.

Please send resume to Kelsey Lombardi, Staff Support & Child Development Outcomes Manager, at klombardi@camarin.org

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Early Head Start Teacher

Reports to: Early Head Start Program Manager

Job Summary: Under the direction of the Program Manager, and under the supervision of the Supervisor, establishes and maintains supportive relationships with infants, toddlers, and parents; develops and implements developmentally appropriate routines and curriculum for infants and toddlers.

Please send resume to Kelsey Lombardi, Staff Support & Child Development Outcomes Manager, at klombardi@camarin.org

Download the complete job description here.

Early Head Start Home Visitor

Reports to: Head Start Supervisor

Job Summary: Under the direction of the Supervisor, the Early Head Start Home Visitor is responsible for the overall implementation of an integrated, family focused, home based program serving pregnant women and families with children age 0-3.

Please send resume to Kelsey Lombardi, Staff Support & Child Development Outcomes Manager, at klombardi@camarin.org

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Teacher’s Assistant I or II

Reports To: Teacher

Job Summary: Assist Teachers in the overall functioning of the classroom, establish supportive relationships with staff and children.

Please send cover letter and resume to: Maricruz Aldana, Workforce Manager at maldana@camarin.org

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