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The Foundation for California Community Colleges is a unique nonprofit organization that benefits, supports, and enhances the California Community College system. Our office is located in Sacramento, California. If you have questions regarding job opportunities or responding to a specific job announcement, please email







Partner District Data Services Specialist - CCGI 

CCGI Partner District Data Services Specialists facilitate the upload processes of transcript and catalogs files from K-12 school districts, including ensuring the accuracy and quality of those files, to inform the student and educator-facing tools on 



Contracts Specialist 

The Contracts Specialist supports the Foundation for California Community College (Foundation) Legal/Contracts Department with a wide range of contracts and legal matters. 



Accounting Technician 

The Accounting Technician supports and assists with the administration of day-today operations of the Finance Department. The Accounting Technician performs a wide variety of functions to support the activities of the department including filing, data entry, conducting research, bank reconciliations, and general accounting support as needed.

The Accounting Technician is responsible for routine financial transactions and performing month end close functions. This position manages tight deadlines and a multitude of accounting activities including general ledger preparation, contract/grant reporting, financial reporting, accounts receivable, year-end audit preparation and the support of budget and forecast activities. 



BAR Regional Manager 

The Regional Manager achieves program goals and requirements by supporting, supervising, training, and filling in for region specific program staff.  Support and supervision are accomplished by following program policies, procedures, and practices; solving problems and resolving conflicts; and communicating with Director of Smog Check Referee Operations, Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR) staff, appropriate administrators at participating colleges, affiliated programs, and all program stakeholders.  



Senior Program Manager - Community Impact 

The Senior Program Manager is responsible for providing oversight and project coordination of the Foundation’s various Community Impact programs including community outreach, awareness campaigns, student training, consumer assistance programs and more. The Senior Program Manager manages multiple projects, tasks, timelines, and staff, and performs quality assurance functions. This position is also critical to developing and implementing strategic initiatives to move the Foundation forward in accomplishing its mission, developing new partnerships, and identifying new business opportunities. 



Content Specialist - Success Center 

The Foundation for California Community Colleges is seeking an individual to join our Success Center team who has experience, dedication and motivation to support the Chancellor’s Vision for Success, our Center’s goals and activities, and an inclination toward building long term relationships across our organization, the Chancellor’s Office and the system of 114 California Community Colleges. Our Center’s role is to support the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and Foundation in implementing the Chancellor’s Vision for Success. This work is engaging, fast paced, and ever evolving. Our team is committed, goal oriented and future focused. This position will be charged primarily with translating resource guides and information about promising practices that support statewide Guided Pathways implementation into high-quality virtual tools shared on the system’s Professional Learning Network. 



Student Assistant - Communications

The Communications Student Assistant position provides an excellent opportunity for a student to gain hands-on experience working with an award-winning communications team. The position is part-time, non-exempt, and reports to the Communications Specialist. Hours are flexible to accommodate an academic schedule. The Communications Student Assistant provides a wide range of communications support services (adapted to the skills and interest of the student) including assisting with marketing collateral design for print and web materials, researching and compiling information, assisting with web and print page layout, assisting with production, contributing to the Foundation’s websites, social media, and advertising initiatives, and providing general project and administrative support and coordination. 



BAR Site Referee, Greater Los Angeles area

The Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR) Smog Check Referee program was created to improve the smog check process and help reduce air pollution for all Californians. Referee centers are state-contracted emissions test facilities that provide a wide array of resources for California motorists, including specialized services other smog stations are not authorized to perform. The Foundation is contracted by BAR to manage the Smog Check Referee program at 31 Community College campuses. In addition to a wide array of services for consumers, Referee centers offer valuable career training opportunities for California Community College students. 



Deputy Director of Partner District Data Services - CCGI 

The Deputy Director of Partner District Data Services oversees the day-to-day operations of CCGI’s Partner District Data Services Team that is responsible facilitating the upload and ensuring the accuracy and quality of transcript and catalog files from K-12 school districts to inform the student- and educator-facing tools on 



Communications Project Specialist 

The Communications Project Specialist position is an excellent opportunity for an individual with strong skills in project planning, message development, stakeholder engagement, writing, and editing to support Foundation programs and internal teams (Human Resources, Operations, CEO office). This position will support communications for high-profile projects designed to benefit students and colleges in the largest system of higher education in the nation. This position is a full-time, exempt position that reports to the Communications Manager, working under the guidance of the Director of Communications and Advancement Strategy and Vice President of Communications and Technology.   



Student Assistant - California AfterSchool Network 

As the Student Assistant, one will provide administrative support to the CAN Program Team and Executive Director. The Student Assistant will perform a variety of functions to support the activities of CAN including but not limited to correspondence, reception, logistics, and general office operations.



Senior Content Specialist 

Under the guidance of the Communications Manager, this position represents an exciting opportunity for an individual with a solid background in writing for public relations and communications. The Senior Content Specialist will communicate the objectives and impact of the Foundation’s diverse portfolio of programs, helping to synthesize complex ideas into compelling content. The position is a lead role in the communications team, part of the Advancement Division of the Foundation.  



Program Director, Policy and Outreach -  California AfterSchool Network

Under the supervision of CAN’s Executive Director, the Program Director works with statewide and national stakeholders to design and implement a comprehensive statewide implementation plan to increase the quantity and quality of Out-of-School Time opportunities for youth in California. This position engages and leads statewide and national Out-of-School Time experts, practitioners, funders, researchers, advocates, professional development and technical assistance providers, curriculum providers, school district administrators, and California Department of Education staff, to shape CAN project goals and directions.  As a member of the CAN team, the Program Director makes independent decisions about day-to-day operations and complete project management responsibilities in partnership with CAN’s Executive Director. 



UI/UX Development Student Assistant 

Provides support and assists with analyzing, assessing and recommending best practices for optimizing the user experience and consolidation of a variety of content and technology platforms developed and maintained by the Foundation. Additionally, the candidate will provide support and assist with front-end development including developing, maintaining and supporting web applications and websites. 



Contracts and Operations Specialist 

The Contracts and Operations Specialist will report to the Program Manager, overseeing contracts management functions, and performing high level administrative functions.  The incumbent will support the program in securing and assembling agreements that result in cost savings and overall value to the community colleges.  The incumbent must have the ability to evaluate requests for services, set appropriate priorities, and communicate priorities to peers and customers tactfully, but effectively -- committed to maintaining positive working relationships.  The Contracts and Operations Specialist also performs administrative duties such as maintaining an integral database of information, serving as a liaison between various parties in the supply chain, interfacing with the Finance Department to track revenue, ensures the fulfillment of contract terms, monitors vendor relationships & performance, and coordinates vendor requests.  The ideal candidate is one that excels in a fast-moving environment, loves a challenge, defines professionalism, understands people, and doesn’t miss a detail. 



CollegeBuys Director 

The Director of CollegeBuys will lead the program’s business development and business operations activities.  The ideal candidate will possess experience in program management, contracts management, business development, and relationship management.  The incumbent will be guided by the program’s Strategic Business Plan which is geared towards reinforcing the program’s overall value to the California Community Colleges. The program’s primary metrics are based upon overall volume of contract usage and cost savings by the community colleges and partner institutions. To support the program’s objectives, the incumbent will deploy awareness and outreach campaigns geared towards increased community college understanding of each contract, and reinforcing the program’s value proposition; while providing corporate partner trainings on supporting CollegeBuys agreements and California’s community colleges. 



Student Assistant - Call Center 

Under immediate supervision, the Student Assistant Call Center Agent interfaces with the public to provide information regarding available services, schedule appointments; and performs related work as required. 



Director of Communications - Career Ladders Project 

The Director of Communications will be responsible for external and internal communications for the Career Ladders Project. This is a new role that will have a high degree of autonomy in establishing best practices and new processes for CLP while building its communications capabilities. As Director, you will establish annual communications goals and strategies, develop a consistent brand voice for the organization, create content, and manage storytelling across channels including online, social media, publications, media relations, video, blogs, and email. 



Student Smog Technician (throughout CA)

Student will receive hands-on experience performing emissions inspections alongside the BAR Referee while training on “live” vehicles in a real-world environment.


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