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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 jobs@foundationccc.org.

 

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12/7/18 

Senior Specialist, Workforce Development 

As a member of the Workforce Development Team, the Workforce Development Senior Specialist’s role is to help shape and lead day-to-day implementation of a new statewide initiative to formulate and implement workforce development strategies that will strengthen the talent pipeline that fuels California’s more than 4,500 Expanded Learning programs. These publicly funded programs support after school, summer, intersession, and before school programs for over 800,000 children and youth annually. The initiative combines long-term workforce development planning with implementation of Foundation technology tools and services that will help facilitate WBL experiences for individuals pursuing careers in Expanded Learning as well as for students enrolled in Expanded Learning programs. This position will also contribute to related efforts to grow and diversify the Workforce Development Team’s portfolio and geographic reach. 

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11/30/18 

Director of Equity Programs 

The Director of Equity Programs is responsible for providing strategic leadership to the Foundation’s Equity Division including the California Community Colleges Student Mental Health Program (CCC SMHP), Youth Empowerment Strategies for Success – Independent Living Program (YESS-ILP), Foster Youth Success Initiative (FYSI), CalFresh Outreach, Civic Impact, Student Ambassador Program and other projects.

The Director is responsible for Equity Program development and implementation, monitoring outcomes, stakeholder engagement, and other activities in support of Equity programs within the Guided Pathways framework to ensure equitable access, support, and outcomes for all students in the California Community College system in alignment with the Vision for Success goals and commitments. These activities advance strategic alignment; meeting students basic needs for food, housing, transportation, healthcare, and mental health services; and providing support to students who face persistent achievement gaps and barriers to completion. 

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10/30/18 

Senior Staff Accountant 

The Senior Staff Accountant is responsible for full-cycle finance and accounting functions for assigned projects and programs and serve as accountant, financial analyst, and advisor to project and program owners. This position manages tight deadlines and a multitude of accounting activities including general ledger preparation, contract/grant reporting, financial reporting, year-end audit preparation and the support of budget and forecast activities. 

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10/19/18 

Student Assistant - Human Resources 

Provides administrative support and assists with the administration of the day-to-day operations of the Human Resources team. The Student Assistant will perform a wide variety of functions to support the activities of the department including filing, data entry, conducting research, onboarding, and provide general office assistance as needed. 

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10/17/18 

Project Specialist - Advancement and Technology 

The Technology Project Specialist is responsible for developing and maintaining the design, planning, implementing, and promotion of technology related projects, while working closely with internal Foundation programs, the Chancellor’s Office and a variety of system stakeholders, to successfully implement technology projects. 

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9/21/18 

Talent Acquisition Partner 

We are a group of relentless optimists and innovators, working collaboratively with public and private partners to solve economic and social challenges in communities across California. To support our growth, we are seeking a Talent Acquisition Partner to help us attract candidates with the aptitude and the experience to advance the California Community Colleges—the largest and most diverse system of higher education in the nation.  

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9/20/18 

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.  

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9/20/18 

BAR Site Referee - Greater Rancho Cucamonga 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. 

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9/20/18 

Part-time Call Center Agent 

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. 

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8/23/18 

District Partnerships Manager - Tulare 

The District Partnerships Manager is responsible for managing CCGI’s implementation efforts for a group of K-12 districts in a region of California. S/he is the primary day-to-day support for these CCGI partner districts, driving strategy that is consistent with CCGI’s core principles and serving as a key liaison with individual school districts and schools. The District Partnerships Manager facilitates capacity building meetings and professional develop trainings and offers one-on-one user support to encourage the use of CaliforniaColleges.edu. S/he works closely with the Deputy Director of District Partnerships, other District Partnerships Managers, and Partner District Data Services Specialists.   

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8/23/18 

District Partnerships Manager - Turlock 

The District Partnerships Manager is responsible for managing CCGI’s implementation efforts for a group of K-12 districts in a region of California. S/he is the primary day-to-day support for these CCGI partner districts, driving strategy that is consistent with CCGI’s core principles and serving as a key liaison with individual school districts and schools. The District Partnerships Manager facilitates capacity building meetings and professional develop trainings and offers one-on-one user support to encourage the use of CaliforniaColleges.edu. S/he works closely with the Deputy Director of District Partnerships, other District Partnerships Managers, and Partner District Data Services Specialists.  

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8/17/18 

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 CaliforniaColleges.edu. 

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6/29/18 

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. 

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6/19/18 

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.   

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Ongoing

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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