employment

Employment

At the Booker T. Washington Community Service Center (BTWCSC), you’ll find opportunities that make a difference – as well as excellent employment benefits and pathsfor professional growth. Like the community we serve, our staff is composed of people from all backgrounds. We celebrate diversity and welcome all who are interested in learning more about careers at Booker T. Washington Community Service Center.

Benefits

  • Health

  • Dental

  • Vision

  • Long-term disability

  • Flexible spending accounts

  • Voluntary/supplemental benefits

  • Clipper Direct

  • Employee assistance program

  • Generous paid time off

  • Discounts

    - On all Booker T. programs for employees and family members; including preschool, afterschool program and camp

  • Staff wellness initiatives

    - to employees who work a regular schedule of 30 or more hours per week

Available Positions

Youth Specialist - Middle School

Summary:

The person selected for this position will be under the direct supervision of the Associate Director, Expanded Learning and Enrichment and Youth Programs Manager and will be responsible for providing an appropriately safe, caring, and enriching environment for middle-schoolers enrolled in the BTWCSC summer and afterschool youth programs. Specialists are responsible for adequately conducting themselves, setting an example for children, parents, and co-workers by reflecting the BTWCSC core values of compassion, collaboration, grace and grit. Specialists are responsible for complying with all BTWCSC childcare and program policies and procedures.

Community Wellness and Stabilization Program Social Worker

Summary:

The BTW Social Worker will be under the direct supervision of the Deputy Director and will be responsible for providing programmatic, case management, operational and administrative support for Booker T’s Community Wellness and Stabilization Program. The Social Worker manages holistic health and wellness initiatives, including case management for our clients and prospective clients, promoting culturally relevant community and wellness programs for BTWCSC participants and being the point of contact for community stabilization efforts. Case management includes intakes/assessment, creating wellness plans, supporting clients in obtaining services and fulfilling their wellness plans and doing exit interviews after successful stabilization is achieved. The position offers the successful candidate the opportunity to be detail-oriented and leverage their teamwork, organizational, logistical, and communication skills to forward our mission to support and maintain a healthy and vibrant community designed to reduce social, health, economic, and education disparities that challenge the people we serve, primarily under-resourced children, their families and seniors.

Associate Director, Community Resiliency Programs

Summary:

The person selected for this position will be under the direct supervision of the Deputy Director and will be responsible for ensuring all Community Resiliency programs are successful, which includes the Food Justice Program, Senior Wellness Program and Community Wellness Program. This role plays a key part in managing program staff, directing and designing program activities and leading evaluation and reporting.
 
BTWCSC Community Resiliency Programs are improving the wellbeing of Black/African American individuals and families in San Francisco by increasing access to health, healthy food, age-appropriate activities and social services. These programs support physical health, mental health, spiritual and cultural activities that
promote community building, strengthening social networks of support, and providing opportunities for healing. As well as creating opportunities for early identification, and interventions for youth, seniors and families struggling to overcome trauma, depression, addiction, and other health and mental health problems. Ideal candidates will reflect the BTWCSC core values of compassion, collaboration, grace and grit and are responsible for complying with all BTWCSC policies and procedures.

Finance Director

Summary:

The person selected for this position will be under the direct supervision of the Deputy Director and will be responsible for managing and driving the overall financial health of the organization which requires a reliable and organized Director. This role also has administrative control and supervision of all
financial operations including budgets, forecasting and staying in compliance for audits and monitoring visits, assisting the accounting team. Ideal candidates will reflect the BTWCSC core values of compassion, collaboration, grace and grit and are responsible for complying with all BTWCSC policies and procedures

 

BTWCSC is an equal opportunity employer.

All applicants must submit a resume and cover letter by email to Human Resources Director Nichelle Miller at nmiller@btwcsc.org. Please indicate your desired position in the subject of your email.