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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







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.



Senior Coordinator, Conferences and Events

The Senior Coordinator will assist with the management of mid-level events from conception to execution including managing the complete Request for Proposal process, communications with venues, managing event registration process through Cvent, overseeing events onsite, and managing post event reconciliation
and support of day-to-day functions for planning and execution of conferences, managing the event registration process, pre-event preparation, providing onsite support, post-event wrap up and providing general support to the Manager on complex events.



Full-Time Call Center Agent, ARB

The FCCC is under contract with ARB (California Air Resources Board) to administer the Diesel Hotline through a partnership with the mobile source Compliance and Reporting Assistance Section. The Hotline is responsible for providing year-round call center services to stakeholders and the public who are subject to various diesel fleet regulations to reduce particulate matter, oxides of nitrogen, and greenhouse gases.  The Compliance and Reporting Assistance Section is responsible for working with stakeholders in understanding regulatory requirements, assisting fleets with compliance planning and reporting, and developing compliance assistance material and other outreach. It provides accurate, detailed regulatory and incentive program information for various CARB diesel regulations, via telephone and e-mail.



BAR Referee Program, Inspection Assistant

The position is intended to strengthen and expand the skills of students that have recently completed their training and obtained their smog check and/or repair licenses. The Inspection Assistant is responsible for performing emissions, OBD compliance and other specialized inspections, typically in high volume areas of the state. The position may also entail assisting Referee staff and management in Smog Check Referee and other duties as assigned. Assistants may be required to work alternative hours and days, at various established and remote locations using portable equipment.



Deputy Director of

The Deputy Director is responsible for defining product requirements from early stage research to feature delivery. We are not looking for product managers who just want to concentrate on one area, such as user research or analytics. We need you to be eager to deliver across the entirety of the product life cycle, including research, product requirements definitions, acceptance testing, feature delivery, and iteration based on user feedback.



Coordinator, Education to Work Partnerships

This position represents an exciting opportunity to help support the day-to-day operations of the Apprenticeship Support Network team to drive expansion of new and innovative pre-apprenticeships, enhanced on-the-job training, and registered apprenticeships as pathways for low-wage workers to secure middle-skill jobs in California.



Success Center Business Operations Manager

The Business Operations Manager performs a wide variety of functions to support strategic activities of the Success Center. The Success Center Business Operations Manager serves as a trusted advisor and counsel to Success Center leadership, assumes day to day responsibility for strategic projects and tasks, and creates and maintains cross-unit relationships to enable clear channels of communication and execution of critical strategies of the Center. The Success Center Business Operations Manager maintains a macro vision of business operations, supports Center-wide strategic projects and activities, must be a creative and results driven thinker, an excellent project manager and problem solver, and possess exceptional interpersonal skills to effectively coordinate executive- level communications, projects, and priorities across multiple, diverse strategic plans.



Director of Strategy, Measurement and Learning, CCGI

The Director of Strategy, Measurement, and Learning provides leadership on the collection, analysis, and synthesis of measurement-related data while collaborating with CCGI’s leadership to ensure analyses findings inform strategy, programs, professional development, and communications. The position is responsible for tracking and monitoring the K-12 and higher education policy landscapes to ensure that CCGI’s work is informed by and, in turn, informs the state of California’s educational policy objectives.



Senior Communications Specialist, CCGI

With guidance from the Deputy Director of Communications, the Senior Communications Specialist assists with creation, management and oversight of CCGI communications vehicles, strategies and campaigns.



District Partnerships Manager, CCGI

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 S/he works closely with the Deputy Director of District Partnerships, other District Partnerships Managers, and Partner District Data Services Specialists. Candidates must reside in the Inland Empire, i.e. Riverside and or San Bernardino, California or surrounding areas to be considered for this role.



Manager, Conference Services

Under the direction of the Associate Director, Conferences Services and in collaboration with the Chancellor’s Office, the Manager, Conferences Services is a trusted implementation partner for the Chancellor’s Office Education Services Division conferences, events, and summits. This role will lead the day-to-day operations of a professional planning team charged with executing the meeting and events elements of a holistic professional development strategy to help community colleges meet the goals outlined in the Vision for Success and Guided Pathways. The Manager is responsible for large-scale, complex event marketing, communications, and execution.



Specialist, Education to Work Partnerships

The Workforce Development team of the Foundation for California Community Colleges supports and creates meaningful connections between students and employers in California through WBL, work-based learning. Our role is to support efforts to bring relevancy and real-world experience to students in California through growing the quantity and quality of WBL, including job shadowing, classroom presentations, internships, apprenticeships and other job training opportunities. The Foundation directly supports key earn and learn strategies through programs and services such as CAI, California Apprenticeship Initiative and Career Catalyst. Such support services for WBL are curriculum-aligned and often regionally-organized to strengthen connections between high school districts, community colleges, youth development and workforce training programs, and their regional employers.



Full-time Bilingual Call Center Agent, BAR

The FCCC, under contract with BAR (Bureau of Automotive Repair), Smog Check Referee Program (“Program”), provides by appointment only, test-only facilities throughout the state.  These facilities are authorized to perform referee functions for consumers whose vehicles were unable to receive a smog certificate through a licensed commercial smog station. The stations are located on California community college campuses or C.T.E. centers. The Referee sites inspect and test vehicles, and determine if the vehicle should be given a smog certificate or be sent back to a Smog check station for repairs. Under immediate supervision, the Call Center Agent interfaces with the public to execute the activities of the Foundation call center and performs related work as required.



Content Specialist 

The Content Specialist position is an excellent opportunity for an individual with strong writing, editing, and verbal communications skills to lead content development for a portfolio of education technology projects benefiting the California Community Colleges. This position will help bring greater consistency to communications and marketing efforts for technology products and services designed to benefit students and colleges in the largest system of higher education in the nation, all working to achieve the goals and commitments of the Vision for Success. The Content Specialist is a full-time, exempt position working directly with a talented in-house creative team and a variety of external stakeholders in an office located in downtown Sacramento’s thriving R Street corridor. 



Coordinator, CollegeBuys 

The CollegeBuys program is the systemwide aggregate purchasing program for the California Community Colleges. The program develops contracts that are designed to optimize value and cost savings for all community colleges in California. The program’s main objective is to expand usage of CollegeBuys contracts statewide. To determine its priorities, CollegeBuys works closely with the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and an advisory group comprised of community college stakeholders. These priorities are memorialized and guided by a three-year business plan. Since inception, CollegeBuys contracts have resulted in over $200 million in cost savings that are reinvested back to local community colleges. The Coordinator will report to the Director of CollegeBuys; and perform duties supporting the program’s business development and operations through strategic sourcing efforts and contracts assembly, events management, and various marketing objectives.



Communications Project Specialist, Ed Tech Portfolio

The Communications Project Specialist position is an excellent opportunity for an individual with strong skills in campaign planning and execution to support a portfolio of education technology projects benefiting California Community Colleges. This position will bring greater consistency to communications and marketing efforts for technology products and services designed to benefit students and colleges in the largest system of higher education in the nation, all working to achieve the goals and commitments of the Vision for Success. The role will support client-facing communication and day-to-day project and budget management of user research, stakeholder communications, and marketing campaigns designed to simplify and streamline the student journey. The Communications Project Specialist is a full-time, exempt position working directly with a talented in-house creative team and a variety of external stakeholders in an office located in downtown Sacramento’s thriving R Street corridor.



Deputy Director of Integrations, CCGI 

The California College Guidance Initiative is looking for a person with both technical expertise and experience in the California state postsecondary systems to support the Team. As part of the Team, you will be designing and managing the postsecondary and financial aid integrations with, California’s official college and career planning platform for K-12th grade students, parents, and educators.

The Deputy Director of Integrations helps manage the development, maintenance, and user support related to data-informed functionality on This includes integrations with Cal State Apply and CCCApply, tools that help students monitor their progress toward statewide standards (e.g. CSU and UC Eligibility Tools and other future enhancements), as well as data sharing with the California Student Aid Commission. 



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 for California Community Colleges (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.



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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