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Noozhawk Jobs

Noozhawk is pleased to provide this free job board for Santa Barbara County’s nonprofit sector. To post positions, nonprofit organizations must first register with Noozhawk (click here), after which they can self-post positions at their convenience. We accept both paid and unpaid positions (i.e. staff, intern, volunteer or board positions).

Part-Time Museum Assistant
@ South Coast Railroad Museum
Posted September 19, 2013 in Goleta

Position Description
Duties include reception, shop & office clerical, lots of public contact, working with volunteers. Afternoon and some weekend hours. Reliable work habits required. Pay based on experience.

To apply, send resume by email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or by U.S. Mail to: South Coast Railroad Museum, 300 North Los Carneros Road, Goleta, CA 93117.

For additional information about the museum, visit: http://goletadepot.org.

Please do not call or visit the museum site for additional information about this position. Thank you.
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part-time finance support
@ Adventures In Caring Foundation
Posted September 18, 2013 in Santa Barbara

Position Description
An established, Santa Barbara based nonprofit seeks part-time accounting person. Approximately 10 hours a week. Flexible hours and days of week per your schedule. Duties include all accounting responsibilities from A/R and A/P to bank recs, financial statements. Mac, QB, Excel experience required. Salary is DOE with a range from $15-$25 per hour. (Locals only.)


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Volunteer Manager - AmeriCorps
@ North County Volunteer Corps
Posted September 13, 2013 in Lompoc

Position Description
The North County Volunteer Corps (NCVC) is a partnership program between the Santa Barbara County Education Office and both the Boys & Girls Club of Lompoc and the Santa Maria Family YMCA. The open position is housed at the Boys & Girls Club of Lompoc.



The Volunteer Manager's duties will include, but are not limited to:

-Recruitment and management of youth-serving ongoing and one-time volunteers.

- Relationship building with volunteers and teachers by phone, email and in person to determine ideal placement.

- Tracking volunteer commitments, contact information, non-profit and school requests, and completed volunteer hours in a database.



This is a full-time position through AmeriCorps, the domestic version of the US Peace Corps. This position begins as soon as possible and requires a commitment to serve 45 hours per week during a 10 month term of service. AmeriCorps members receive a cash stipend of $600 twice monthly paid out over the term of service in equal stipend amounts. Members also receive a $5,550 education award contingent upon satisfactory completion of their term of service. Health insurance (medical, dental, prescription drug and vision allowance), childcare, and AD&D are also provided. Student loan forbearance is available based on lender approval and the government will pay off the interest that accrues while you serve.
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Executive Director
@ Santa Barbara New House
Posted September 06, 2013 in Santa Barbara

Position Description
We are seeking a full-time Executive Director with excellent management and financial skills, networking and fundraising abilities, who is knowledgeable and passionate about recovery.




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Executive Director
@ Santa Barbara New House
Posted September 06, 2013 in Santa Barbara

Position Description
We are seeking a full-time Executive Director with excellent management and financial skills, networking and fundraising abilities, who is knowledgeable and passionate about recovery.




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Executive Director
@ New House
Posted September 06, 2013 in Santa Barbara

Position Description
We are seeking a full-time Executive Director with excellent management and financial skills, networking and fundraising abilities, who is knowledgeable and passionate about recovery.




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Learning Center Supervisor
@ Santa Barbara Rescue Mission
Posted September 06, 2013 in Santa Barbara, CA

Position Description
GENERAL FUNCTION: The Learning Center Supervisor provides guidance in the development and operations of the Learning Center Program at the Santa Barbara Rescue Mission. The Learning Center Supervisor works directly under the supervision of the Men’s and Women’s Program Directors to provide academic assessments, develop individualized educational goals and provide group/individual instruction to clients in residential substance abuse treatment. The position also provides instruction, accountability and support to clients seeking employment during the transitional phase of the program.

PRINCIPLE ACTIVITIES
1. Assess Residents and Develop Individual Educational Goals:
•ensures that individual assessments for all program residents occur.
•creates individual learning plan and goals for each resident.
•develops and implements curriculum that is consistent with individual learning/employment goals.
•reports progress and outcomes to direct supervisor.

2. Develop and Implement Educational Elements in conjunction with the Learning Center Staff and Program Management:
•evaluates and recommends learning techniques and protocol.
•maintains, develops and implements methods and curriculum to facilitate learning environment that meets needs of residents.

3. Provide Academic Instruction to residents:
•provides and oversees individual instruction in areas of general education and basic computer skills.
•provides support and instruction for individuals working towards obtaining a GED.

4. Career Development Coordination:
•helps to ensure career development plan and goals are on track.
•provides assistance for career searches and resume writing.
•assists with computer labs in program and application training and proficiency.
•provides support and guidance to students who desire to pursue further education beyond the Learning Center.

5. Assists with Learning Center volunteer development through:
•orientation for staff, residents and volunteers.
•training for staff, residents and volunteers.
•scheduling and coordinating with volunteer director.
•support, recognition and appreciation for all volunteers.

6. Serve as integral part of recovery staff:
•maintains intra-agency communication for resident case management.
•participates in regularly scheduled case management meeting.

EFFECT ON END RESULT: This position ensures that residents of the Recovery Programs have realistic learning/career goals and have available to them the resources to achieve those goals.
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Community Education Coordinator
@ Santa Barbara Rape Crisis Center / Centro Contra la Violación Sexual
Posted August 22, 2013 in Santa Barbara

Position Description
Status: Full-time, Non-Exempt

Benefits: Healthcare Insurance, Voluntary Tax Deferred Annuity, Vacation & Sick Leave

Supervisor: Executive Director



This position is responsible for the coordination of the Community Education and Self-defense Programs.



SEE JOB DESCRIPTION FOR POSITION REQUIREMENTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES http://www.sbrapecrisiscenter.org/CommunityEducCoord_2013.pdf
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Director of Development
@ Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara
Posted July 19, 2013 in Santa Barbara

Position Description
Successful, growth-oriented nonprofit organization seeks an experienced development professional to work with Executive Director and Foundation Board to enhance and expand its fundraising efforts in all areas including: donor cultivation, solicitation, stewardship, events, major gifts, planned giving, foundation & corporate support, marketing, communications, and public relations.

Requires: excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communications skills; a track record of successful fundraising through team collaboration with staff, board, and donors; flexible & strong organizational and planning skills; supervisory experience but also capable of providing own administrative support; warm & professional demeanor along with a great work ethic; MS office and donor software proficiency.

For info on Scholarship Foundation go to http://www.sbscholarship.org Competitive benefits package. Forward resume, salary history, salary requirements, and cover letter to: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). No calls please. Previous applicants need not reapply.
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Associate Family Consultant
@ Cottage Health System
Posted July 12, 2013 in Santa Barbara

Position Description
CCRC, which is part of Cottage Health System, provides families and other unpaid caregivers with meaningful information, referral, consultation, and other support, enabling them to provide competent care to their loved ones at home, while managing the stress that often accompanies care giving.
We are currently in need of a an Associate Family Consultant who will be responsible for responding to all initial referrals to CCRC, interviewing potential clients to determine need and eligibility for CCRC services, providing information relevant to caregiving situation, and referring internally and to other appropriate community resources. The position also involves initiating and monitoring respite care for eligible caregivers; conducting re-assessment of caregiver need; collecting, entering and reporting required data within established timeframes; and may include, on an as-needed basis, other tasks typically done by Family Consultants. Bilingual skills desired for this part-time (w/benefits) position.
Requires Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Gerontology or related field and 3+ years experience with caregiving families and/or dependent adults. Salary-$16-$18/hr DOE.

Cottage Health System offers premium medical benefits, pension plans, and tax savings accounts.
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Fiscal Administrator
@ Legal Aid Foundation
Posted July 02, 2013 in Santa Barbara

Position Description
Under the direction of the Executive Director and, in accordance with the Board's directives and Legal Aid Foundation policies, procedures, and values, administers the fiscal operations of the Agency.

Actively contributes to the success of all Legal Aid Foundation objectives, and demonstrates a high level of respect for both clients and coworkers. Does what it takes to get the job done, in the most effective and appropriate manner possible. Works well under deadline pressure.

This position includes, but is not limited to, the following responsibilities:

1. Assist Executive Director with development and monitoring of annual budgets

3. Prepare monthly cash flow projections and other budget reports as needed

4. Prepare monthly grant allocation schedules and reimbursement requests

5. Assist Executive Director and Development Director with preparation of budgets for grant applications

5. Ensure compliance with all government and private funding grants and contracts

6. Oversee grant and contract administration, including reporting, invoicing, budget development and staff time allocated to specific projects.

6. Prepare periodic reports required by grantors as follows:
a) Summaries of Grant Activity
b) Statistical Information
c) Financial information
d) Year End Close Out Reports

7. Perform other regular duties as follows:
a) Prepare allocation slips for vendor invoices
b) Deposit And Monitor Receipts By Source As Follows:
1) Grants
2) Donations (client, Bar, Community)
3) Fundraising/Events
4) Attorneys Fees
c) Prepare all payroll records and maintain staff timesheets
e) Prepare supporting schedules for annual audit
f) Prepare other periodic information as needed by agency, Board members, grantors, and regulators.
g) Assist Executive Director with other fundraising and development efforts as needed
h) Attend board and grantor meetings and make presentations as needed
i) Develop improvements to financial and grant accounting systems


Required Knowledge And Skills:

1. Knowledge of Non Profit Accounting As Follows:
a) Fund Accounting
b) Grant Based Accounting
c) OMB circular a 133 single audit compliance requirements for Federal direct and pass¬-through grants

2. B.S. Degree in accounting or related field or equivalent experience

3. Minimum of 5 years accounting experience

4. Knowledge of Microsoft Suite of Products and QuickBooks necessary and fundraising software a plus.

Please submit resume with cover letter, three references and salary history to Ellen Goodstein at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).
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Library Big Read Program Assistant
@ Santa Barbara Central Library Reference Department
Posted June 27, 2013 in Santa Barbara

Position Description
The Santa Barbara Central Library Reference Department seeks a Library Technician to assist in operations and programs of the Reference Department for The Big Read 2013 program, a grant project funded by the National Endowment for the Arts. This is a temporary position, 5 to 20 hours per week, grant-funded, beginning ASAP and continuing through November 15, 2013. There will be approximately 300-350 total hours, with fewer hours worked during the summer months and more worked during September, October, and early November. $19.50 per hour.

Duties include: program and event planning; communication with community partners and library staff; public relations and marketing; record keeping and reporting; technical and clerical work; and other responsibilities as assigned. Computer proficiency (Outlook, MS Word, Excel) and excellent communication skills required. Must be available to work special events, including some evenings and weekends, during The Big Read programming month (October-November 2013).

Please direct questions to Chris Gallery at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) . Send or deliver City of Santa Barbara hourly job application* to the Central Library Administration Office, PO Box 1019, 40 E. Anapamu St., Santa Barbara, CA 93102 by 5:00 p.m. Monday, July 8 and indicate that you are applying for the Big Read Assistant position. Please also answer the following supplemental question: Describe your experience with public program planning, event planning, publicity, and/or assisting with public programs.

* http://www.santabarbaraca.gov/Government/Jobs/Hourly/

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Community Impact Director
@ Foodbank of Santa Barbara County
Posted June 06, 2013 in Santa Barbara

Position Description
Reports to: Executive Director

The Organization
The Foodbank of Santa Barbara County (FBSBC) is a dynamic organization with a visionary yet achievable goal to end hunger and transform the health of our communities through good nutrition.
Our view of this work is that:
- A food bank can break free of the physical limitation of its warehouse space and leverage food sourcing, storage and distribution to help people in new ways;
- A food bank can exercise leadership over its network of member agencies to solve problems that cannot be solved by one organization alone.
- A food bank can utilize innovative programs and education to empower people to take responsibility for their health through good nutrition;
- A food bank can be a powerful tool for the community leadership where we can help each other and our county to be food secure.
- A food bank can advocate for systemic change to alleviate the underlying pressures that cause poverty and the increased dependence on our services.
- A food bank can become a preventative healthcare organization which moves people out of crisis and in to sustainable health. To be funded for this, we must continue to improve our evaluation of the health outcomes of our work.
Job Description: There is now an opportunity for a Director of Community Impact (DCI) who will coordinate our internal and external program and agency activity to maximize the sustainability and community impact.
FBSBC is looking for a mission-focused, seasoned, strategic, and process minded leader with experience scaling an organization, leading a management team, and developing a innovation and performance culture among a group of diverse, talented individuals. The DCI must be a leader who is able to help others at FBSBC deliver measurable, cost effective results that make our vision a reality. The DCI will oversee the continued integration and impact of the member agency and programs functions of the organization, so as to ensure we are achieving strategic plan objectives and taking decisive and measurable steps toward our destination of a healthy and hunger free SBC.
Position Responsibilities
• Functions as Department Head including training, managing and providing leadership to departmental managers and staff.

• Strategic planning, budget development, project management

• Develops strong networks within the local community and on a larger scale at both state and national levels

• Development of process and impact evaluation strategies to assess the effectiveness (process) and outcomes (impact) of Foodbank initiatives
• Compilation and analysis of statistics
• Keeps current on knowledge of food policy, organizing, food security and public health
. Involvement in resource acquisition, especially via working with the development department to provide information and strategies for grant applications.
• Public speaking and presentation development

• On the ground implementation of work as needed??

Position Qualifications ??

Master’s Degree in any number of diverse fields??3 years of prior related work experience, preferably in strategic planning and facilitation
Should be able to demonstrate successful project management experience and cross-team leadership which may including the implementation of varied business, public health, food security, or organizing work??Excellent computer skills including and at a minimum, Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook, but preferably experience with Access and statistical software packages including R and SPSS??Excellent verbal and written communications skills
Ability to gracefully handle fractious parties in order to assure goals are met
Strong interpersonal and presentation skills required??Adaptable, abstract thinker yet organized with a demonstrated ability to successfully manage multiple projects and tasks??Able and willing to travel extensively throughout assigned geographic area and to work evening; mornings and weekends as necessary

Salary: Depending on Experience
Competitive Benefit Package

Resume and letter (no calls) to:
Erik Talkin, CEO
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More background information on the vision of our food bank can be found at the blog http://www.hungerintohealth.com as well as general information about the organization at http://www.foodbanksbc.org
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Development Assistant
@ Casa del Herrero
Posted May 24, 2013 in Santa Barbara

Position Description
Job Type: Part–time, some evenings and weekends as needed
Min. Experience: 3 years development data base experiance

The Casa del Herrero is a house museum accessible to the public for tours and special events. The eleven acre property includes seven acres of formal gardens, orchards, a stunning Spanish Colonial Revival house and a silver smith’s workshop. The property has National Historic Landmark status, the highest landmark designation in the United States. The mission of the Casa del Herrero is to preserve and maintain the property for the education and enjoyment of the public.

Reporting to the Director of Development, the development assistant is primarily responsible for assisting in all fundraising efforts and management of our Donor Perfect database. Responsibilities include tracking and recording memberships and donor information, processing gifts and acknowledgements, assisting with fundraising events and correspondence with members. The Membership Coordinator also helps with administrative tasks such as taking reservations, greeting tour guests, filing and answering phones.


Specific Duties and Responsibilities (approximately 25 hrs. per week, some evenings and weekends)

Membership
• Enter membership donations in data base
• Create thank you letters for new and renewal memberships
• Send membership packets
• Create guest passes, membership cards and the Casa brochure
• Track membership renewals and send renewal reminder letters

Events
• Generate mailing lists for sponsorship letters & invitations
• Keep track of event income and make reports to Event Chair, Director of Development and Executive Director
• Print and mail sponsorship letters
• Work on invitations and other printed pieces with printer along with the event chair
• Create event programs
• Create and print other brochures, posters, etc. as needed for each event
• Assist with events as needed, sometimes on evenings and weekends
• Reconcile event income from data base information vs. QuickBooks (accounting)
• Supports the Events Chair and Committee in the design, preparation, execution and follow-up of special events as directed by the Development Director
• Help with Check in and other tasks during special events


Data Base Management
• Update constituent changes
• Enter all donations and create thank you letters generated from all fundraising events, annual appeals, general contributions and in-kind gifts.
• Create mail merge letters as needed
• Pull financial reports
• Create reports from Donor Perfect as requested by the Executive Director and Director of Development

Administration
• Answer phones, take tour reservations, greet guests, open & close the house and workshop when Visitor & Volunteer Coordinator is unavailable.
• Monitor the need of letterhead, envelopes, business cards and rack cards and arrange to have them printed.
• Assist other staff as needed and directed by the Director of Development or Executive Director

Community

• Fosters a friendly and professional culture within the Casa del Herrero and the community
• Writes articles for the newsletter
• Attends professional development opportunities as warranted

Qualifications

• Minimum 3 years of experience in development and fundraising, preferably in a museum or other cultural organization
• Proficient in use of Donor Perfect database
• Outstanding communication skills; willingness and ability to collaborate with staff, volunteers and public
• Familiarity with and appreciation of cultural non-profit organizations. Experience with museums, public gardens and/ or preservation organizations a plus
• Working knowledge of Outlook, Word, Excel and Power Point software
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Administrative Assistant
@ United Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County
Posted May 17, 2013 in Santa Barbara

Position Description
Provide administrative support to the Executive Director and other administrative staff, as necessary. Prepares correspondence and reports and assists with special projects and fundraising events. Maintains electronic and hard copy filing systems, making sure they are accurate and timely and facilitate easy retrieval of information. Responsible for answering phones, providing general information, referring callers, taking messages. Must have advanced skills in Word, Microsoft Office, and Excel. Must have reliable transportation.

Hourly Rate: $15.00 per hour plus benefits: (Health, Dental, Pension, PTO).
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Training Coordinator
@ Santa Barbara Rape Crisis Center / Centro Contra la Violación Sexual
Posted April 23, 2013 in Santa Barbara

Position Description
Status: Full-time, Non-Exempt

Benefits: Health Care Coverage and Voluntary 403B, Vacation, and Sick Leave.

Supervisor: Program Director



Duties: Crisis Intervention Training, Client Services, Other duties.



See attached job description for specific duties and qualifications.



• Reliable transportation.
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Exhibit Landscaping
@ Santa Barbara Zoo
Posted March 15, 2013 in Santa Barbara

Position Description
Description: Under general direction of the Director and Assistant Director of Facilities & Horticulture and Director of Animal Programs, Horticulture and Maintenance Technician: Exhibit Landscaping assists in the selection and maintenance of all aspects of the physical plant, gardens and grounds within animal exhibits. Performs direct and light construction for zoo facilities, and ensures that the Zoo gardens and grounds meet the Zoo's presentation standards for cleanliness and maintenance.
Requirements: Educational background and/or work experience in Horticulture, landscaping. Two years paid experience in a trade or general maintenance/horticulture, or equivalent preferred, including significant knowledge and experience working with plants and irrigation systems. Knowledge and experience operating a wide range of power tools and construction methods. Must be able to lift 50 pounds occasionally and 10 or fewer pounds frequently. Must have effective oral and written communication skills and the ability to develop productive and friendly relationships at work. Must have the ability to work outdoors, access all areas of the facility and exhibits, and negotiate the zoo work environment and to work daily in close proximity with wild animals.

Compensation: $11-12/hour, DOE

For consideration, please complete and submit Employment Application from http://www.sbzoo.org/applications and send with cover letter and three references: Santa Barbara Zoo, Attn. HR, 500 Niños Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93103, email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or fax to (805)962-3659, Attn. Human Resources
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Staff Accountant/Operations Assistant
@ Alzheimer's Association California Central Chapter
Posted March 05, 2013 in Santa Barbara

Position Description
The Alzheimer's Association California Central Chapter is looking for a staff accountant/operations assistant.

The right person will provide support for accounting functions, human resources compliance and other office duties of the Director of Finance and Operations

Finance and Operation Support

Prepares payments by accruing expenses: reviewing assigned account numbers; requesting disbursements; reconciling accounts

Prepares
receipts of donations; reviewing assigned account numbers; preparing bank deposits; reconciling cash accounts

Assists in general ledger entries by maintaining records and files; reconciling accounts

Analyzes information and options by developing spreadsheet reports; verifying information

Answers accounting and financial questions by researching and interpreting data

Assist in developing and implementing human resources policies and procedures

Plan and conduct new employee orientation

Assist in administering change in health and pension benefits for employees.

Office Support

Greet guests in the lobby and direct to proper personnel

Maintain brochure displays in lobby

Coordinate logistics for all-staff meetings

Repair and maintenance of office equipment

Monitor office supplies/office purchases and order monthly, unless approved special request

Keep office tidy and monitor refrigerator, freezer and correspond with cleaning company for cleaning requests

Manage name
tags for association events

Coordinate with national office to handle phone calls during holidays, closings, meetings, etc.

Assist with special events (will vary according to current needs of the office)

This is not meant to be an exhaustive list of job duties/tasks. Essential
e
lements may change when necessary.

This is a part-time position. The pay is dependent upon experience.

Send your resume, cover letter and salary requirements to the attention of K.C. Adornetto at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or via mail to Ms. K.C. Adornetto, Alzheimer's Association California Central Chapter, 1528 Chapala St., #204, Santa Barbara, CA 93101.
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Tyrannosaurus Rex Actor (Part Time)
@ Santa Barbara Zoo
Posted January 30, 2013 in Santa Barbara

Position Description
Can you bring a roaring, chomping, blinking, running, growling T-Rex back to life? Do you want to delight over 200,000 people in a terrific new stage show this year? The T-Rex Actor will perform on stage as part of the cast of our new show "How to Train Your Dinosaur." The stage show is a behind the scenes look at how the experts at the Santa Barbara Zoo care for animals, and will run up to three times daily for up to 20-minutes on the Rolling Hill Stage. The actor will perform inside an amazing, one-of-a-kind, state-of-the-art T-Rex costume designed by a world-class Hollywood special effects studio.
Requirements: Must be at least 17 years old. T-Rex costume requires applicant to be between 5'8" in height and able to carry a 75-pound backpack device for at least 20 minutes at a time. Schedule: Every weekend and holidays, special events, anywhere between 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
For consideration, please complete and submit Employment Application from http://www.sbzoo.org/applications and send with cover letter and three references: Santa Barbara Zoo, Attn. HR, 500 Niños Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93103, email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or fax to (805)962-3659, Attn. Human Resources
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Train Conductor (Part-Time & Part-Time Seasonal)
@ Santa Barbara Zoo
Posted January 30, 2013 in Santa Barbara

Position Description
Do you like trains and working outdoors? Are you a storyteller who enjoys educating and interacting with the public? Under general direction of the Director of Guest Services, the Train Conductor facilitates a positive, safe, and excellent guest experience. Train Conductor must also carry out the Zoo's mission by helping connect guests with animals through education and guest interactions. Schedule: Weekends, holidays, weekdays, and some evenings, usually between hours of 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Requirements: Must be at least 18 years of age, self-motivated and have a positive attitude. Basic knowledge of hand tools, mechanical maintenance are necessary, as well as an outgoing and friendly personality, great communication skills and capability to multi-task.
For consideration, please complete and submit Employment Application from http://www.sbzoo.org/applications and send with cover letter and three references: Santa Barbara Zoo, Attn. HR, 500 Niños Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93103, email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or fax to (805)962-3659, Attn. Human Resources.
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Guest Experience Specialist (Part-Time, Seasonal)
@ Santa Barbara Zoo
Posted January 30, 2013 in Santa Barbara

Position Description
Are you interested in helping our conservation efforts? Does helping others make your day? Do you like the outdoors and working with children and their families? Do you feel comfortable and excited in engaging in conversations with guests? Under general direction of the Director of Guest Services, Director of Retail Operations or Director of Food Services, Guest Experience Specialist facilitates a positive guest experience by providing excellent service to all visiting the Santa Barbara Zoo. Schedule: Seasonal, part-time, includes week-ends & holidays.
For consideration, please complete and submit Employment Application from http://www.sbzoo.org/applications and send with cover letter and three references: Santa Barbara Zoo, Attn. HR, 500 Niños Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93103, email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or fax to (805)962-3659, Attn. Human Resources.
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Education Programs Instructor (Part Time)
@ Santa Barbara Zoo
Posted January 30, 2013 in Santa Barbara

Position Description
Do you enjoy creating memorable experiences for others? Would you enjoy sharing your passion for animals with the general public? Are you looking for a unique and fulfilling part-time job? If so, we want you as part of our education team! Programs Instructors facilitate a variety of educational experiences within the Zoo, including the Zoo Snooze overnight program and the giraffe feeding deck. Responsibilities include leading a wide variety of program activities, while ensuring the safety of our guests and animals.

Requirements: Applicants must be at least 18 years old and available all weekends and at least one weekday per week. Successful applicants will be outgoing, fun-loving team players with a positive attitude and experience working with children. Some college coursework in education, science, or related fields is preferred. Applicants must complete a background check and be First Aid and CPR certified prior to beginning work. Schedule: Flexible schedule up to 32 hours a week, including nights and weekends.

For consideration, please download Employment Application from http://www.sbzoo.org/applications and send with cover letter and three references: Santa Barbara Zoo, Attn. HR, 500 Niños Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93103, email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or fax to (805)962-3659, Attn. Human Resources.
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Zoo Camp Counselor (Part-Time, Seasonal)
@ Santa Barbara Zoo
Posted January 30, 2013 in Santa Barbara

Position Description
Do you love kids? Do you love animals? Are you interested in teaching kids about animals & conservation? If so, we want you as part of our Zoo Camp team! Zoo Camp counselors are responsible for ensuring a safe, fun Zoo Camp experience for groups of up to 13 campers, while leading them in games, songs, crafts, and hands-on science activities. Campers range in age from 3 to 13, but each counselor will work with a particular age group within that span.

Requirements: Applicants must be at least 18 years old, attend all training days, and work at least 9 of the 10 camp weeks (June 17 – August 23). Successful applicants will be outgoing, fun-loving team players with a positive attitude and experience working with children. Some college coursework in education, science, or related fields is preferred. Applicants must complete a background check and be First Aid and CPR certified prior to beginning camp.

6/17 – 8/23 Monday – Friday between 7:30 AM and 5:30 PM, approximately 6 hours/day.
Mandatory Training Dates (Must attend all of the following):
•May 18 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
•May 19 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
•May 25 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
•May 26 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
•June 1 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
•June 2 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

For consideration, please download Zoo Camp Employment Application from http://www.sbzoo.org/applications and send with cover letter and three references to: Santa Barbara Zoo, Attn. HR, 500 Niños Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93103, email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or fax to (805)962-3659, Attn. Human Resources. No phone calls, please. Please use Zoo Camp Employment Application only. Deadline to apply is March 29, 2013, COB.
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Part Time Human Resources Generalist
@ Hospice of Santa Barbara, Inc.
Posted January 04, 2013 in Santa Barbara

Position Description
Job summary: In coordination with Executive Director the part time (10 hr/wk) Human Resources Generalist
•shall manage, oversee and maintain the integrity of the employee benefits and compensations program;
•will proactively maintain compliance with all federal and state legal regulations relating to human resources and its record keeping;
•effectively execute hiring, orientation and termination procedures;
•continually work to create and maintain a positive work environment.
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Case Aide (5475)
@ Community Solutions, Inc.
Posted August 29, 2012 in Santa Barbara

Position Description
Responsible for all aspects of client supervision and program operations. Responsible for general case management duties including intake assessment and individual and group counseling. A Bachelor’s Degree plus one year experience in the social service or criminal justice field. Educational requirements may be substituted with experience on a year for year basis.
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