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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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11/20/2020

Inspection Assistant, Community Impact

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 BAR 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.

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11/20/2020

Program Specialist, CAN - Data and Research

Under the supervision of CAN’s Program Director, Policy & Outreach, the Program Specialist works with the CAN team and other statewide and national stakeholders to increase the quantity and quality of Out-of-School Time opportunities for youth in California. The Program Specialist will also work closely with and support the Equity and Quality team. The Program Specialist 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 a CAN team, the Program Specialist makes independent decisions about day-to-day operations and completes project management responsibilities in partnership with the Program Director.

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11/19/2020

Senior Specialist, Workforce Development

This position represents an exciting opportunity to help shape and lead the day-to-day implementation of the Apprenticeship Expansion Project (AEP) which focuses on cross-sector understanding and coordination among statewide and regional partners including workforce, education, and community organizations, to drive expansion of new and innovative preapprenticeships, enhanced on-the-job training, and registered apprenticeships as pathways for low-wage workers to secure middle-skill jobs in California.

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11/15/2020

Law Clerk, CollegeBuys

Under the direction of the Director of CollegeBuys, the Law Clerk is responsible for providing the CollegeBuys program with a wide range of support, including but not limited to, contract drafting and lifecycle management, insurance compliance, contract compliance, risk management, information governance, customer service, and other administrative tasks. The incumbent will work closely with the organization’s Legal and Contracts departments to ensure alignment.

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11/13/2020

Interim Executive Director, California Medicine Scholar Program

The Interim Executive Director (IED) champions a culture of collaborative, diversity pipeline education for the community college-university-medical school pathway for the California Medicine Scholar Program (CMSP) across the State of California. Reporting to the Chief Advancement Officer, the Foundation, and the CMSP Executive Board, the IED assures CMSP lives its mission and achieves its vision and strategic priorities with its partners in institutional, regional, state-wide, and national organizations. Establishes a clear vision for what the organization needs in permanent leadership and staff. Leads marketing and operations (finances, staff and sub-contractors, workflow, information technology and equipment, facilities). Oversees leadership of program development, implementation, and evaluation.

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11/05/2020

Program Specialist, CAN - Events and Communications 

Under the supervision of CAN’s Program Director, Policy & Outreach, the Program Specialist, Events and Communications works with the CAN team and other statewide and national stakeholders to increase the quantity and quality of Out-of-School Time opportunities for youth in California. The Program Specialist 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 a CAN team, the Program Specialist makes independent decisions about day-to-day operations and completes project management responsibilities in partnership with the Program Director.

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10/29/2020

Communications Specialist, Vision Resource Center, Communications

The Communications Specialist position is a full-time, exempt position that reports to the Senior Manager of Communications, though content deliverables will be guided heavily by the Vision Resource Center Manager. The role will act as a liaison between the Vision Resource Center team and Communications, working with a wider team of communications experts including project managers, content writers, and graphic designers to ensure deliverables adhere to branding guidelines and align with other communications from the Foundation and the Chancellor’s Office. 

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10/26/2020

Internal Communications Specialist, Communications

This team member will work closely with Foundation “core” teams, including executive staff, infrastructure departments, and programs, to develop, manage, and execute impactful internal and external-facing communications strategies that raise awareness of the Foundation’s work and support system efforts to increase educational access for students.

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10/23/2020

Senior Grants Specialist, Resource Development

The Senior Grants Specialist serves as a member of the Resource Development team within the Advancement Department of the Foundation to support grants development, grants management, and other resource development activities.

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10/20/2020

Regional Coordinator, Guided Pathways

Guided Pathways Regional Coordinators assist colleges with the development of innovative strategies to support local Guided Pathways efforts. In addition, in collaboration with Chancellor’s Office staff, Regional Coordinators facilitate partnering within the geographic region and across the entire state system in order to ensure the deeper penetration of promising practices and the widespread sharing of field expertise.

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09/25/2020

Senior Project Manager, Equity

The Senior Project Manager of Housing is responsible for overseeing Foundation for California Community College’s Foster Youth Housing Project in this remote position based in the Los Angeles area. The vision of this project is to help foster youth emancipate into higher education and housing security through the California Community Colleges (CCCs) and on a path to rewarding careers. By laying the groundwork for building dormitory-style housing and associated wrap-around support for CCC students, this project will create a pipeline of social and economic change in the lives of foster youth.

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08/19/2020

Manager, Workforce Development

The Manager’s first responsibility will be to manage implementation of the New World of Work project, which is focused on developing the infrastructure and expertise needed to scale NWOW training and resources to meet demand from professionals and intersegmental partners at all 115 California Community Colleges. This work includes fully leveraging the Vision Resource Center to ensure all CCC professionals have access to resources and trainings on 21st Century Employability Skills; identifying new measures of programmatic success, including impact on student outcomes; and ensuring high quality and relevant materials meet the needs and expectations of CCC professionals and partners.

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08/13/2020

Specialist, Workforce Development

This position will support projects under the Foundation’s new program, Future of Work and Learning Initiative (FWLI), which aims to support ongoing efforts of the California Community Colleges to adopt more adaptable education approaches that strengthen connections between learning and work, increasing colleges’ capacity to more rapidly respond to the evolving needs of students and employer partners while helping close racial, economic, and social equity gaps.

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08/07/2020

Senior Specialist, Workforce Development

The Sr. Specialist’s work will include assisting the Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Authority (SHRA) project leads with convening representatives of a broad network of public agencies, education and training providers, community organizations, and employers involved in executing their Workforce Development Plan, advising and providing some direct support for community outreach and employer engagement, and helping build capacity and tools to effectively monitor, analyze, and report on the impact of activities within the plan. The Foundation’s WDD leadership and additional staff will provide guidance and hands-on support to the Sr. Specialist, as needed. Finally, the Sr. Specialist will participate in team-wide development activities and may have opportunities to apply knowledge and experience to support other WDD projects, as appropriate.

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11/15/2019

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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Senior Content Specialist, Communications

Senior Content Specialist, Communications

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