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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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09/25/2020

Senior Projects Manager, Student Housing, Equity

The Senior Project Manager of Housing is responsible for overseeing Foundation for California Community College’s Foster Youth Housing Project. 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. The ultimate goal is to position the Foundation as a hub for leveraging expertise, stakeholders, and resources to ensure that housing insecurity among CCC students can be addressed at scale while providing support services that improve equitable outcomes for students.

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09/23/2020

Manager, Human Resources 

The Human Resources Manager performs a diverse range of management and human resource duties supporting the operations, goals, and strategies of the HR team. The HR Manager’s responsibilities require thorough knowledge of human resources principles and practices, Foundation policies and procedures and applicable state and federal laws and regulations. The HR Manager provides professional, analytical, and technical support for managers, supervisors, and employees regarding human resource related issues

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09/18/2020

Digital Strategies Manager, Technology

The Digital Services Manager is responsible for overseeing the ideation, development and implementation of complex, multi-disciplinary digital projects, and initiatives. As a working manager, the Digital Strategies Manager will drive project success for a wide range of online digital projects in support of Foundation internal programs, Collaborative Impact Partners, and the CCC Chancellor’s Office.

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09/04/2020

Program Manager, California Learning Lab

Under the direction of the Senior Director of Strategic Communications and Incubation and the Director of California Education Learning Lab, the Program Manager will have primary responsibility for providing key technical development assistance to approximately 20-30 Learning Lab-funded projects. The Program Manager will also assist with development of new grant opportunities, communication and outreach strategies, conferences/convenings, and professional networks and communities integral to the success of the Learning Lab. The Program Manager will perform research and analysis relating to California higher education, including higher education innovation, technology use and opportunities, effective and culturally responsive pedagogy, and assessment.

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09/03/2020

Program Specialist, Success Center

This position is an exciting opportunity for an individual to think strategically and communicate effectively to improve student outcomes. The Program Specialist will support student success initiatives being implemented by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office with the support of the Success Center at the Foundation. The specialist will develop strong relationships with a diverse team of stakeholders, plan communications strategies in support of education policies and programs, and draft materials to advance project goals and objectives.

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09/01/2020

Coordinator, Workforce Development, 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.

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08/28/2020

Specialist, Workforce Development, Fresh Success

This position will support the growth of the Fresh Success program, which supports community colleges, adult education providers, and community organizations in becoming CalFresh Employment & Training (E&T) providers in partnership with county agencies.

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08/20/2020

Specialist, Workforce Development, Education to Work Partnerships

The Specialist’s first responsibility will be to assist with implementation of a new Future of Work Employer Engagement 2.0 Project, which focuses on engaging employers and other stakeholders to inform the creation of a centralized employer engagement model that reorganizes and coordinates staff and resources to best meet employers’ needs. This work will include supporting project deliverables preparation, convening planning and facilitation, partner coordination, and general project administration. Under the direction of the Director, Earn & Learn the Specialist will also collaborate with staff supporting other Future of Work and Learning Initiative projects on aligned or shared deliverables.

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08/19/2020

Manager, Workforce Development, New World of Work

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, Future of Work and Learning Initiative

The Specialist, FWLI, will assist with implementation of a new Future of Work Capacity Building project, which is focused on convening system leaders to advise on the work, researching responsive education and employer engagement approaches, and recruiting and organizing a group of colleges to pilot promising approaches identified. This work will include supporting project deliverables preparation, convening planning and facilitation, partner coordination, and general project administration. Under the direction of the Future of Work Manager, the Specialist will also collaborate with staff supporting other FWLI projects on aligned or shared deliverables.

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08/07/2020

Sr. Specialist, Workforce Development, Education to Work Partnerships, Adult Education

Under the guidance of the Foundation’s Workforce Development Department the Sr. Specialist will play a critical role leading technical assistance to increase the California Community College system’s capacity to help adults gain entry or advance in the workplace and/or onramp toward postsecondary certificates and degrees through better integrated and efficient systems that support adult education.

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08/07/2020

Sr. Specialist, Workforce Development (part-time), Transformative Climate Communities Project

Under the guidance of the Foundation’s Workforce Development Department and the Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) this position will support the successful implementation of a Workforce Development Plan designed to connect Sacramento residents living in low-income, disadvantaged communities with jobs or education and training opportunities that foster economic and social mobility.

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08/07/2020

Contracts Associate, CollegeBuys

The Contracts Associate will report to the Director of CollegeBuys, performing duties that support the program’s business development and operations through strategic sourcing efforts and contracts assembly, events management, and various marketing objectives.

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08/06/2020

Coordinator, Workforce Development, CA Adult Ed and NWoW

This position provides coordination and operational support to ensure high quality delivery of workforce development programs and services. As Coordinator, you will support the California Adult Education Program (CAEP) and New World of Work (NwoW), two distinct programs that seek to build the capacity and system of support for Adult Education professionals and programs and to develop students’ soft skills in high demand by employers. The Coordinator’s time will be shared by CAEP (50%) and NwoW (50%).  

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08/06/2020

Coordinator, Workforce Development, FWLI & Fresh Success

This position provides coordination and operational support to ensure high quality delivery of workforce development programs and services. As Coordinator, you will support the Future of Work and Learning Initiative (FWLI) and Fresh Success, two distinct programs that seek to reimagine and enhance education frameworks and student support systems to better respond to student and employer skills needs while also addressing students’ basic needs. The Coordinator’s time will be shared between FWLI (80%) and Fresh Success (20%).  

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08/04/2020

Manager, Workforce Development, Future of Work Initiative 

This position will manage projects under the Foundation’s new 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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 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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