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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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1/23/2020

Coordinator, Workforce Development

The Foundation for California Community Colleges is seeking an individual to join our Workforce Development team who has experience, dedication and motivation to support meaningful connections between students and employers in California. Our role is to support efforts to bring relevancy and real-world experience to students in California through growing the quantity and quality of work-based learning, internship, and job training experiences. We develop support services for work-based learning that are curriculum-aligned and regionally-organized for public education systems and their employer partners. These efforts help strengthen connections between high school districts, community colleges, and their regional employers.

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1/23/2020

Data Analyst, CCGI

CCGI Data Analysts, Partner District Data Services facilitates 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. Additionally, Analysts are expected to troubleshoot data loading and processing tools (like SQL and Python scripts), identify and contribute to areas of improvement in the ETL process, as well as to lead in the execution of special projects for the Data Services team when needed.

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1/13/20

Full-Time Bilingual Call Center Agent, ARB

Under immediate supervision, the Call Center Agent will be responsible for duties related to outreach and compliance assistance for all ARB heavy-duty diesel regulations and incentive programs.

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1/10/20

Program Accountant

The Program Accountant is responsible for dedicated support of one or more Foundation programs, serving as single point of contact between the Finance department and management of large and complex operational programs. In addition, the Program Accountant will manage 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, cash receipts and deposits, year-end audit preparation and the support of budget and forecast activities.

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1/9/20 

 VISTA, CAN

 Be a part of the solution in preventing substance misuse - join the Afterschool Alliance and the California AfterSchool Network as a Substance Misuse Prevention VISTA. This position is based in Sacramento, CA and will support the California AfterSchool Network in elevating the benefits of afterschool programs as part of the solution to the substance misuse crisis. Afterschool programs provide protective factors such as mentorship, caring adults, and the opportunity for children to develop a sense of agency that can prevent them from engaging in risky behaviors, including substance misuse. This VISTA will also support the creation of a plan to partner with public housing agencies to recruit public housing residents to operate out-of-school time programs and connect families to services available in the community.

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1/9/20

Student Assistant, CAN

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.

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1/3/20

Organizational and Professional Development Specialist

The Foundation for California Community Colleges is on a mission to double its impact in the next 10 years. We are a group of relentless optimists and innovators in education, working collaboratively with public and private partners to help improve the student experience and expand pathways to economic and social mobility in communities across California. We are seeking a Talent Development Specialist to join the Foundation in its mission of benefitting, supporting, and enhancing the California Community Colleges—the largest and most diverse system of higher education in the nation. As an integral part of the Human Resources team, the Talent Development Specialist is primarily responsible for the oversight and facilitation of the Foundation for California Community College’s professional development and training programs.

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12/16/19

Operations Coordinator

This position is responsible for coordinating the administrative and logistical services of the Foundation. Working closely with the Operations Team, the Coordinator will be responsible for ensuring smooth day-to-day operations of the Foundation.

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 11/15/19

BAR Site Referee, Woodland Hills

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.

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11/7/19

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.

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10/25/19

Deputy Director of CaliforniaColleges.edu, CCGI

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.

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10/25/19 

Deputy Director of CaliforniaColleges.edu 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 CaliforniaColleges.edu Team. As part of the CaliforniaColleges.edu Team, you will be designing and managing the postsecondary and financial aid integrations with CaliforniaColleges.edu, 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 CaliforniaColleges.edu. 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. 

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10/25/19

BAR Site Referee, Oxnard

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.

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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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