employment

Employment

At the Booker T. Washington Community Service Center, you’ll find opportunities that make a difference – as well as excellent employment benefits and opportunities for 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 becoming learning more about careers at Booker T. Washington Community Service Center.

Benefits

  • Bringing people together

    - To explore and connect

  • Collaboration

    - The strength of our community is engaging all of its members, organizations and businesses to provide educational and training opportunities.

  • Community Engagement

    - We provide services and opportunity to the local community in partnership with the city/county and private sector.

  • Professional development opportunities

    - We provide training and career advancement pathing.

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

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

Our job openings include positions suitable for many experience levels – entry-level to senior leadership – and work opportunities in a wide variety of fields, including administrative, business, education, arts, athletics, and more.

Available Positions

For nearly a century, the Booker T. Washington Community Service Center has served the children and families of San Francisco with programs designed to reduce the many disparities faced by African American, immigrant and other low-income communities. More recently, the center has expanded programs to address the influx of new immigrant communities and address the needs of transition aged youth. We offer pragmatic programs to empower youth to integrate into the economic and social mainstream of society, and to counter trends of unemployment, violence, and academic failure in our communities.

Summary: The full-time Director of Human Resources is an instrumental member of the Booker T. Washington Community Service Center’s Leadership Team. This person will design and lead, with input and partnership from the Executive Director and Chief Operations Officer, BTWCSC’s overall strategy to recruit, hire, and retain
team members. The Director of Human Resources is responsible for compliance; driving decision-making around professional standards and expectations within the organization; and promoting equity around compensation, benefits, and the way policies and practices are applied. The Director of Human Resources should maintain and affirm BTWCSC’s commitment to advancing racial equity while staying rooted in the Western Addition/Fillmore community.


The Director of Human Resources will uphold and advance the organizational culture, diversity, and sense of belonging that BTWCSC has established. The role will also work with all people managers to ensure employee engagement and intentional, supportive performance management, including professional development. As
someone who both manages risk for the organization and also advocates for its employees, the talent manager will model and support accountability across the organization and act as a guide and resource on HR-related issues. As a newly created role for BTWCSC, this is an exciting opportunity for an innovative human resources and talent professional to influence a growing organization.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Develop, implement, and measure overall talent strategy

  • Ensure HR-related compliance at the local, state, and federal levels

  • HR Generalist – payroll approval, workers compensation, benefits administration

  • Drive and facilitate decision-making around professional standards and expectations (policies and practices)

  • Promote and implement strategies to support equity within the organization, including in compensation, policies, and practices

  • Design performance management framework, lead performance management process, and be present during meeting discussing performance

  • Provide guidance to people managers on performance management, professional development and any other sensitive HR-related issues

  • Uphold and embed the organization’s culture, diversity, and sense of belonging across the organization

  • Model and support accountability across the organization

  • Maintain knowledge of trends, best practices, regulatory changes, and new technologies in human resources, talent management, and employment law; and apply this knowledge to communicate changes in policy, practice, and resources to senior leadership

  • Oversee compensation and promotion practices and philosophy to ensure salary benchmarking, transparency, and pay equity. Note: this position is currently the only HR-related position at the organization

Compensation: Salary Range: $70 to 75K. Benefits: Medical, vision, and dental benefits; paid time off;
workers compensation; employee assistance program; commuter benefits.

 

Interested applicants should submit cover letter, resume and salary requirements