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Project Open Hand provides nutrition services to help sustain our clients as they battle serious illnesses, isolation, or the health challenges of old age. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer that is committed to diversity.

Please note: we do not accept unsolicited applications or resumes for positions not currently advertised.

Current Job Openings

Manager, Food Operations

Department:
Food Operations – Kitchen
Job Location:
730 Polk Street, San Francisco
Benefits:
Yes
Supervises:
Operations Coordinators - Grocery Center
Status:
Full time

Position Summary

The Manager, Food Operations supervises and coordinates functions related to all aspects of our Grocery Centers in San Francisco and Oakland. This customer-service oriented leader is an essential part of our Operations team that supports the production of meals with love every day for seniors and vulnerable neighbors in the Bay Area. The Manager, Food Operations is the functional link between Grocery Centers, Kitchen, Purchasing, Client Services, and Volunteer Services and directly supervises staff and volunteers who assist in the distribution of nutritious meals though our Grocery Centers. The Manager, Food Operations in an essential role in the agencies perpetual inventory. This position is ideal for an ambitious, meticulously organized, experienced manager with excellent communication skills used to enhance the client’s experience in a professional and mission-driven environment. To perform successfully, our employees must not only have the qualifications and abilities to perform each of the essential functions of this position, but also must continually strive to meet or surpass the Project Open Hand objectives and standards.  

Qualifications Required

  • A commitment to Project Open Hand’s mission and operating principles 
  • 3+ years demonstrated ability to manage and lead a team dedicated to inventory purchasing and control, stock prep and tracking methods, creating and enforcing policies and procedures 
  • Proficient in MS Office Suite tools and ability to manage inventory software programs, Computrition preferred 
  • Ability to maintain contract terms for, and communicate directly with, internal and external partners and vendors 
  • Desire to be a part of a cohesive team and demonstrated ability to train, answer questions and clarify processes while working alongside and overseeing staff and volunteer tasks 
  • Ability to take direction, give feedback, lead by example, teach others and take responsibility for actions   
  • Ability to speak, read and write in English to facilitate communications with volunteers, peers and leadership in a fast-paced food service environment  
  • Ability to maintain pallet jack and forklift certification 
  • Knowledge of food safety and sanitation standards as per HACCP  
  • Ability to maintain CA food handling manager certification  
  • Must be flexible to work early mornings, afternoons, weekends or holidays to meet demands in both Oakland and SF locations 
  • Ability to effectively manage time and oversee multiple projects with competing deadlines

Qualifications Desired

  • Budget management experience 
  • Customer service management 
  • HACCP Certified 
  • Experience working with volunteers in non-profit setting    
  • Experience with high volume meal production 

If you meet our qualifications and are interested in joining us we want to meet you!
Applications are only accepted online. Make sure to include a cover letter with your resume. For the full Job Description and instructions on how to apply please click on the button below.

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Project Open Hand is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to diversity!

Sous chef

Department:
Food Operations – Kitchen
Reports To:
Senior Director, Kitchen Operations
Job Location:
730 Polk Street, San Francisco
Benefits:
Yes
Status:
Full time
Non-Exempt

Position Summary

The Sous Chef supervises day-to-day meal production and is an essential part of our Kitchen team that creates meals with love every day for seniors and vulnerable neighbors in the Bay Area. This pivotal role ensures that our kitchen is a clean, safe and efficient environment and that all staff and volunteers are well trained to execute in their roles. This position is ideal for an ambitious, meticulously organized, experienced team supervisor with excellent communication skills looking to manage the operational aspects of large-scale meal production in a professional and mission-driven environment. To perform successfully, our employees must not only have the qualifications and abilities to perform each of the essential functions of this position, but also must continually strive to meet or surpass the Project Open Hand objectives and exacting standards.

Qualifications Required

  • A commitment to Project Open Hand’s mission and operating principles 
  • 5+ years of experience in high volume, commercial or industrial warehouse setting. 
  • Ability to execute and oversee functions related to scaling recipes, ingredient substitutions, portioning sizes, cooking methods, and quality standards
  • 3+ years staff supervision and demonstrated ability to adhere to, follow and train others about kitchen department rules, policies and procedures 
  • Proficient in MS Office Suite tools and demonstrated ability to access and manipulate information in food inventory software programs, Computrition preferred
  • Desire to lead a cohesive team and demonstrated ability to train, answer questions and clarify processes while working alongside and overseeing tasks of staff and volunteers 
  • Ability to give/take direction, give feedback, lead by example, teach others and take responsibility for actions 
  • Ability to speak, read and write in English to facilitate communications with volunteers, peers and leadership in a fast-paced food service environment 
  • Knowledge of, and ability to train and communicate about, food safety and sanitation standards as per HACCP 
  • Ability to maintain CA food handling manager certification 
  • Must be flexible to work early mornings, afternoons, weekends or holidays to meet demands

Qualifications Desired

  • HACCP certified
  • Bilingual in Spanish and/or Tagalog.
  • Experience working with volunteers in non-profit setting

If you meet our qualifications and are interested in joining us we want to meet you!
Applications are only accepted online. Make sure to include a cover letter with your resume. For the full Job Description and instructions on how to apply please click on the button below.

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Project Open Hand is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to diversity!

Grocery Center Operations Supervisor, term

Department:
Food Operations – Nutrition Services
Reports To:
Director, Operations
Job Location:
1921 San Pablo Avenue, Oakland
730 Polk Street, San Francisco
Benefits:
Yes
Status:
Full time
Temporary

Position Summary

POSITION SUMMARY: 

Under the direction of our Director, Operations, the Project Open Hand (POH) Grocery Center Operations (GCO) Supervisor is the essential controller of our bustling grocery program. This position serves as the programmatic liaison between Operations, Client Services and Volunteer Services to coordinate all activities in the Grocery Center (San Francisco and Oakland) to provide the absolute best nutrition and engagement in our community. We rely on our GCO Supervisor to effectively lead and manage overall policy and procedures for our Grocery Centers as well as lead team members to execute best practices and maximize program efficacy. 

The GCO Supervisor is responsible for all Grocery Center functions, including but not limited to food purchasing, receiving, preparation and maintenance of quality standards, safety, sanitation and cleanliness. The GCO Supervisor is responsible for training employees regarding purchasing, receiving, product preparation and maintenance of quality standards, safety, sanitation and cleanliness. 

This position is ideal for a highly organized, conscientious, level-headed, and positive professional looking to develop and nurture a transformative environment with likeminded peers. 

Environment will consistently have wet floors, temperature extremes, moving objects and loud noises 

Qualifications Required

  • 2+ years’ experience managing process and procedures for warehouse or kitchen operations 

  • Experience balancing multiple projects and deadlines 

  • Understanding of, and ability to follow, HACCP procedures for food safety 

  • Strong customer service skills and ability to effectively lead a team of peers and volunteers 

Qualifications Desired

  • Food Safety Manager Certification 

  • Experience operating forklift and/or pallet jack 

If you meet our qualifications and are interested in joining us we want to meet you!
Applications are only accepted online. Make sure to include a cover letter with your resume. For the full Job Description and instructions on how to apply please click on the button below.

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Project Open Hand is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to diversity!

Porter II

Department:
Food Operations – Kitchen
Reports To:
Kitchen Administrative Manager
Job Location:
730 Polk Street, San Francisco
Benefits:
Yes
Supervises:
N/A
Status:
Full time
Classification:
Entry-level

Position Summary

The Porter II is an essential part of our team of dedicated culinary professionals producing meals with love every day for seniors and vulnerable neighbors in the Bay Area. The Porter II trains junior Porter staff and works as a team to ensure that quality standards are met according to a master cleaning schedule. All Porters are part of the team that ensures dishes, utensils, equipment, tools and other kitchen appliances remain sanitized and ready to use. Porters thoroughly clean kitchen floors and surrounding areas, take out the trash, recycling and compost, and participate in the packaging of meals in a well-maintained kitchen. This position is ideal for a patient, detail-oriented team player looking to lead others in support of large-scale meal production in a professional and mission-driven kitchen environment.  

Qualifications Required

  • A commitment to Project Open Hand’s mission and operating principles 
  • 1+ years of professional commercial, industrial or production kitchen experience, including experience with high volume meal production
  • Desire and demonstrated ability to regularly train junior staff and volunteers, lead by example and work as a part of a cohesive team 
  • Ability to take direction, give feedback, lead by example and take responsibility for actions
  • Ability to speak, read and write in English to facilitate communications with volunteers, peers and leadership in a fast paced kitchen environment
  • Demonstrated ability to safely handle and clean, and train others to handle and clean, knives and other large commercial kitchen food preparation equipment requiring heat, cleaning agents, sharp edges, and other potentially hazardous materials
  • Ability to maintain CA food handling certification
  • Must be flexible to work early mornings, afternoons, weekends or holidays to meet demands    

Qualifications Desired

  • Bilingual in Spanish or Tagalog  

If you meet our qualifications and are interested in joining us we want to meet you!
Applications are only accepted online. Make sure to include a cover letter with your resume. For the full Job Description and instructions on how to apply please click on the button below.

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Project Open Hand is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to diversity!

Grocery Center Operations Coordinator II, temp

Department:
Food Operations – Nutrition Services
Reports To:
Manager, Grocery Services Operations
Job Location:
730 Polk Street, San Francisco
Benefits:
Yes
Supervises:
Volunteers
Status:
Temporary

Position Summary

Working in conjunction with the Manager, Grocery Services Operations, The Grocery Center Operations Coordinator II is responsible for leading Grocery Center volunteers to maintain an adequate stock and delivery of quality assured products in the Grocery Center  

Qualifications Required

  • Previous successful work experience as a Logistics or Inventory Coordinator in a warehouse or grocery store, handling and storing perishable and non-perishable food items 

  • Ability to communicate effectively, primarily liaising with clients, volunteers and other operational departments 

  • Attention to detail, organizational skills, and strength in multitasking 

  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal. 

  • Ability to speak, read and write English to facilitate communication 

  • Flexible schedule with the ability to work at the SF and Oakland locations, occasional nights, weekends and holidays  

Qualifications Desired

  • Supervisorial experience 

  • Experience working with Volunteers 

  • Experience with Computrition software 

  • Food Safety Certification 

  • Forklift Certified 

  • Bilingual English/Spanish 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Maintain adequate quantities of food on shelves for shoppers at the Grocery Center 

  • Must be able to organize personnel, and assist with training, while also organizing tasks and inventory with a focus on proper procedures for handling and packaging food 

  • Create and foster a positive volunteer experience by ensuring volunteers remain engaged in productive tasks 

  • Update volunteer roster as needed when receiving communications from volunteers 

  • Must be able to work as part of a team in a fast paced  environment, communicating effectively with both colleagues, volunteers and clients and following verbal and written instructions 

  • Maintain inventory according to food safety guidelines, including first-in-first-out (FIFO) method 

  • Inspect incoming produce orders and assign volunteers to sort according to GC guidelines 

  • Monitor refrigerator and freezer temperatures and condition of other equipment 

  • Maintain clean warehouse environment according to schedule and ensure volunteers clean and sanitize work surfaces before and after use 

  • Assist in warehouse organization 

  • Assist in order planning and inventory 

  • Serve as backup to place orders with purchasing department and vendors as needed 

  • Serve as backup to receiving team 

  • Other duties as assigned 

If you meet our qualifications and are interested in joining us we want to meet you!
Applications are only accepted online. Make sure to include a cover letter with your resume. For the full Job Description and instructions on how to apply please click on the button below.

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Project Open Hand is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to diversity!

Bilingual Wellness Program Coordinator (Spanish)

Department:
Wellness Programs – Client Services
Reports To:
Manager, Wellness Program, East Bay
Job Location:
1921 San Pablo Avenue, Oakland
Benefits:
Yes
Supervises:
N/A
Status:
Full time
Non-Exempt
Classification:
Manager

Position Summary

The Bilingual Wellness Program (WP) Coordinator’s primary responsibilities include a blend of administrative and direct service duties to support the Wellness Program and Project Open Hand’s mission. The Bilingual WP Coordinator will supervise the day to day duties of the Wellness Program staff, process eligibility for services, manage program contracts, offer case management, and support the Manager, Wellness Program (MWP) as needed to ensure contractual and organizational goals are being met. 

Qualifications Required

•    Three years’ experience providing direct services in Social Service environment, specifically to clients with multiple diagnoses (i.e. substance abuse, mental illness, critical illness)

•    Proficient in MS Office, using databases, and internet research

•    Flexible schedule with the ability to work in POH’s San Francisco office as needed

•    Bilingual in Spanish

Qualifications Desired

•    Bachelor’s Degree in Human Service field

•    Experience working in a nonprofit client services-based setting

•    Mental Health or Social Work Experience

•    Experience supervising staff 

If you meet our qualifications and are interested in joining us we want to meet you!
Applications are only accepted online. Make sure to include a cover letter with your resume. For the full Job Description and instructions on how to apply please click on the button below.

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Project Open Hand is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to diversity!

Nutrition Assistant

Department:
Food Operations – Nutrition Services
Reports To:
Manager, Nutrition Services
Job Location:
1921 San Pablo Avenue, Oakland
730 Polk Street, San Francisco
Benefits:
Yes
Supervises:
N/A
Status:
Non-Exempt
Classification:
Entry-level

Position Summary

Working out of our two Agency sites in San Francisco and Oakland, the nutrition assistant will help Project Open Hand succeed by providing support to the registered dietitians in delivering nutrition education, healthy meals and engagement to our clients.

This position is ideal for an independent worker passionate about food and nutrition. They should feel comfortable and be compassionate for a variety of clients from varying socioeconomic groups dealing with critical illness in the community. This position will require an individual that has excellent technical and computer skills with the aptitude to learn nutrient and recipe software. Organizational skills will be essential.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist in preparing materials used in presenting current nutrition instruction to clients, interns, staff or outside groups
  • Execute nutrition classes to congregate meals sites under the supervision of the RD
  • Assist with nutrient analysis of recipes and menus.
  •  Coordinate the publishing of monthly menus for Wellness Programs and the Community Nutrition Programsto ensure accuracy and timeliness
  • Responsible for coordination of monthly menus and ensuring distribution in a timely manner
  • Organize, coordinate interns/volunteers and execute food and nutrition demonstrations in wellness center
  • Organize and create cooking demonstration videos for clients and POH website
  • Engage with Wellness Program clients via phone to introduce them to nutrition services and schedule clients with registered dietitians.
  • Communicate any client feedback and nutrition concerns cultivated from client calls
  • Coordinate interns and volunteers in executing food and nutrition activities in the wellness center
  • Coordinates the process for quality assurance for meal line to ensure accurate portion size and foods to meet established dietary guidelines of the agency.
  • Will be part of the nutrition services team to move forward goals of targeted and effective nutrition and food education by increasing the engagement of our clients and volunteers
  • Manage the tracking and documentation of educational activity units
  • Assists RD in food safety and sanitation education for kitchen staff
  • Offsite Nutrition Education as assigned
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications Required

Working out of our two Agency sites in San Francisco and Oakland, the nutrition assistant will help Project Open Hand succeed by providing support to the registered dietitians in delivering nutrition education, healthy meals and engagement to our clients.

This position is ideal for an independent worker passionate about food and nutrition. They should feel comfortable and be compassionate for a variety of clients from varying socioeconomic groups dealing with critical illness in the community. This position will require an individual that has excellent technical and computer skills with the aptitude to learn nutrient and recipe software. Organizational skills will be essential.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist in preparing materials used in presenting current nutrition instruction to clients, interns, staff or outside groups
  • Execute nutrition classes to congregate meals sites under the supervision of the RD
  • Assist with nutrient analysis of recipes and menus.
  •  Coordinate the publishing of monthly menus for Wellness Programs and the Community Nutrition Programsto ensure accuracy and timeliness
  • Responsible for coordination of monthly menus and ensuring distribution in a timely manner
  • Organize, coordinate interns/volunteers and execute food and nutrition demonstrations in wellness center
  • Organize and create cooking demonstration videos for clients and POH website
  • Engage with Wellness Program clients via phone to introduce them to nutrition services and schedule clients with registered dietitians.
  • Communicate any client feedback and nutrition concerns cultivated from client calls
  • Coordinate interns and volunteers in executing food and nutrition activities in the wellness center
  • Coordinates the process for quality assurance for meal line to ensure accurate portion size and foods to meet established dietary guidelines of the agency.
  • Will be part of the nutrition services team to move forward goals of targeted and effective nutrition and food education by increasing the engagement of our clients and volunteers
  • Manage the tracking and documentation of educational activity units
  • Assists RD in food safety and sanitation education for kitchen staff
  • Offsite Nutrition Education as assigned
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications Desired

  • 2 years of nutrition education experience or Certified Nutrition Assistant
  • Ability to work Saturdays and occasional evenings
  • Working knowledge of Word, Excel and Power Point
  • Food Handling Certificate (or equivalent)

If you meet our qualifications and are interested in joining us we want to meet you!
Applications are only accepted online. Make sure to include a cover letter with your resume. For the full Job Description and instructions on how to apply please click on the button below.

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Project Open Hand is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to diversity!

Kitchen Operations Coordinator II

Department:
Food Operations – Kitchen
Job Location:
730 Polk Street, San Francisco
Benefits:
Yes
Status:
Non-Exempt

Position Summary

Reporting to the Manager, Inventory Operations and working in close partnership with kitchen leadership, the Kitchen Operations Coordinator II is tasked with helping to ensure that all product receiving, inventory, routing, storage, cleanliness and food temperature functions are completed according to agency policies and procedures.

The Kitchen Operations Coordinator II makes it possible for their dedicated volunteer and staff teammates to produce the meals with love our community relies on. This is an ideal position for a thoughtful, reliable, dedicated and organized worker with excellent communication skills.

Qualifications Required

  • Experience working in a warehouse or kitchen inventory control function
  • Previous hands-on experience driving vans and forklifts
  • Experience receiving raw food product and the associated paperwork
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal.
  • Ability to speak, read and write in English to facilitate communication
  • Flexible schedule with the ability to work occasional nights, weekends and holidays to meet demand
  • Microsoft Office proficiency

Qualifications Desired

  • Supervisorial experience
  • Industrial kitchen experience
  • Experience with Computrition Software
  • Forklift Certified

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Responsible for receiving, routing & storing all delivered products for the Grocery Services, Programs and Building Services Departments, ensuring quality service as well as safe food handling and storage
  • Responsible for initial contact with vendors in the event of a mistake or other same-day issue
  • Rotation of new product in storage areas using first-in-first-out (FIFO) method
  • Planning the cycle of food in storage areas and assigning correct cooler or dry storage area for incoming product to facilitate with Operations Coordinators to achieve goal
  • Organizes and logs all received invoices and verifies quantities and costs with purchase order
  • Immediately reports all delivery discrepancies
  • Coordinates appropriate service vendors including chemicals and warehouse equipment
  • Completes weekly inventory of food, beverage and prepared meals
  • Assembles warehoused items needed by the kitchen team and other programs
  • Assists with procedure development and improvement where warranted
  • Maintains clear and efficient communication between all parties involved in the receiving and delivery process
  • Other duties as assigned

If you meet our qualifications and are interested in joining us we want to meet you!
Applications are only accepted online. Make sure to include a cover letter with your resume. For the full Job Description and instructions on how to apply please click on the button below.

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Project Open Hand is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to diversity!

Holiday Gift Processor

Department:
Development
Reports To:
Director, Development
Job Location:
730 Polk Street, San Francisco
Benefits:
No
Status:
Full time
Non-Exempt
Temporary

Position Summary

The Holiday Gift Processor provides seasonal assistance to Project Open Hand’s Development Team processing donations and making it possible for Project Open Hand to continue to produce the meals with love our community relies on.  

This is a high-volume gift processing and data entry position with the majority of gifts coming from individuals responding to large-scale direct mail programs.   

This is an ideal position for someone who is extremely detail-oriented, who has worked with Salesforce platforms and has a basic understanding of mass mailings and/or direct mail fundraising.  

Qualifications Required

  • Accurate and detail oriented, possesses strong organizational and time management skills and the ability to prioritize. 

  • Ability to work well under pressure with tight deadlines. 

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills. 

  • Ability to act independently and as part of a culturally diverse team. 

Qualifications Desired

  • 1-2 years previous experience processing gifts, with a strong emphasis on data entry. 

  • Strong proficiency and proven experience with Excel, Microsoft Word and database programs. 

  • Experience with Salesforce platforms strongly preferred 

If you meet our qualifications and are interested in joining us we want to meet you!
Applications are only accepted online. Make sure to include a cover letter with your resume. For the full Job Description and instructions on how to apply please click on the button below.

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Project Open Hand is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to diversity!

Manager, Community Nutrition Program

Department:
Wellness Programs – Client Services
Reports To:
Associate Director, CNP
Job Location:
730 Polk Street, San Francisco
Benefits:
Yes
Supervises:
Community Nutrition Site Coordinators
Status:
Exempt
Classification:
Manager

Position Summary

We seek a dynamic individual to join the Community Nutrition Program at Project Open Hand, which provides healthy and nutritious meals to residents of San Francisco in a congregate setting.  The Manager of the Community Nutrition Program works directly with the Associate Director of the Community Nutrition Program and Community Nutrition Site Coordinators to implement and provide the services to adults with disabilities and older adults throughout San Francisco.  The Manager of CNP is responsible for the management of multiple staff and daily operations of congregate meal sites throughout San Francisco.

Qualifications Required

  • At least 2 years’ experience managing personnel in a non-profit setting
  • Experience managing remote employees and projects
  • Direct experience working in Human Services, especially with older adults, adults with disabilities, people with mental health and substance abuse issues
  • Strong understanding of and sensitivity to the needs of low-income, multicultural, and older adult populations
  • Excellent ability to effectively communicate and interact with clients, staff and volunteers in a culturally diverse environment
  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills, with the ability to work in a fast paced, often changing environment
  • Strong Microsoft Office experience
  • ServSafe Food Manager Certification (or the ability to obtain within one month of date of hire)

Qualifications Desired

  • Current CPR and First Aid Certification
  • Bilingual in Cantonese, Mandarin or Spanish
  • Working experience in reporting metrics
  • Experience working in a union environment
  • Valid California driver’s license and excellent driving record as provided by the California Department of Motor Vehicles

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Manage Community Nutrition Site Coordinators (CNSC) to ensure effective implementation of CNP policies and procedures at the site level
  • Manage the day-to-day operations of our Community Nutrition Program including, but not limited to: CNSC scheduling, paid time off requests, CNSC placement and supervision, communication, problem-solving, material distribution, and our Department of Disability and Aging Services (DAS) contractual obligations
  • Recruit, train and manage Community Nutrition Site Coordinators
  • Responsible for managing DAS contract’s Key Performance Indicators (KPI) including participation, waste, turn-away and scan percentage rates
  • Work closely with the Associate Director to maintain a positive working relationship with host agencies, attend host agency meetings, participate in training sessions when the presence of a meal program representative is necessary, and share client information with other agencies as needed
  • Investigate and mediate disputes between meal program participants, assess and handle all emergencies and crisis interventions
  • Assess site facilities, equipment, and services to assure safety, sanitation and customer service standards
  • Ensure food safety standards and regulations are maintained
  • Supervise meal preparation and food quality including portion control and presentation of food
  • Respond promptly to emergencies regarding facility problems, food delivery, site staffing and site equipment
  • Manage and assure accuracy of Community Nutrition Program supply inventory and ordering of supplies
  • Work in collaboration with agency Volunteer Services to recruit Community Nutrition Program volunteers and ensure they are following agency policies and procedures
  • Work with the Associate Director and the Nutrition Services department to complete monthly menu and develop, schedule, and conduct in-service trainings for CNSC and volunteers
  • Responsible for ensuring that all data for participants in program are captured throughout the fiscal year
  • Effectively communicates program services with Management Team and in collaboration with agency departments
  • Coordinate and facilitate site staff meetings and Advisory Council meetings
  • Lift, carry, push, pull up to 50 pounds unassisted
  • Occasional weekend availability to support site coverage and response to emergencies that may arise
  • Other duties as assigned

If you meet our qualifications and are interested in joining us we want to meet you!
Applications are only accepted online. Make sure to include a cover letter with your resume. For the full Job Description and instructions on how to apply please click on the button below.

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Project Open Hand is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to diversity!

Human Resources Generalist

Department:
Human Resources
Reports To:
Vice President, Human Resources
Job Location:
730 Polk Street, San Francisco
Benefits:
Yes
Supervises:
HR Assistant and Volunteers
Status:
Exempt

Position Summary

The Human Resources Generalist helps Project Open Hand succeed by providing extensive support and guidance for all levels of the agency on the full range of HR, specifically in the areas of employee relations, employee engagement and recognition, leaves of absence, confidential record keeping, and organizational staff recruiting efforts, including partnering with departments and programs throughout the Agency to ensure staff vacancies are addressed in a timely manner.

This position is perfect for a highly engaged and personable HR professional familiar and comfortable with the confidentiality and professional boundary demands of such a position.

Qualifications Required

  • 2+ years’ experience as a Human Resources Generalist in San Francisco or CA
  • 1+ year experience in recruitment and staffing
  • Solid understanding of federal and California state and city Labor laws including solid experience managing FLSA, FMLA, COBRA, EEO, ADA, ACA, workplace safety and worker’s compensation 
  • Experience working with sensitive documents and ability to maintain confidentiality 
  • Excellent communication skills—verbal and written
  • Strong proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite 
  • Experience working with a HRIS (ADP Workforce Now preferred)
  • Labor relations experience including labor negotiation and grievance process experience

Qualifications Desired

  • HR Certification (PHR and/or SHRM CP)
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft SharePoint and Visio
  • Bilingual (Spanish, Tagalog, or Chinese preferred)

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Works closely with the Vice President, Human Resources administering all aspects of the HR function
  • Trains and supports HR Assistant and administrative volunteers
  • Coordinates leaves of absence under federal, state and city statutes
  • In collaboration with the HR team, facilitates all aspects of the employment lifecycle including recruitment, hiring, onboarding, retention, performance management and separation
  • Works with hiring managers to oversee all aspects of employee recruitment, advancement and retention; including but not limited to posting positions, sourcing and screening candidates, scheduling interviews, processing background and reference checks, following up with candidates, maintaining database and developing reports, tracking hiring, employment and retention data, and working with departmental supervisors to create internal career ladders
  • Proactively and empathetically addresses workplace and personnel issues - including resolving difficult interpersonal and employees retention issues
  • Monitors staff morale and seeks to address pressing issues through trouble shooting with staff, managers and department heads facilitating discussions and trainings and making recommendations to senior leadership regarding agency wide approaches to morale
  • Counsels supervisors regarding employee performance issues; ensures that best practices are used consistently in all disciplinary actions so as to limit agency liability and provide for fair treatment of staff
  • In partnership with Vice President, Human Resources, conducts day-to-day labor relations with the bargaining unit as represented by the Service Employees International Union  (SEIU Local 1021); participates in the negotiation and renegotiation of a collective bargaining agreement(s) and any mid-term agreements; resolves disputes informally, where possible, and through the grievance and arbitration process when necessary liaises and interacts with the Federal Labor Relations Authority, Federal Services Impasses Panel, and Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, as appropriate, concerning all aspects of labor relations that may arise; coordinate with General Counsel regarding third party actions
  • In collaboration with Human Resources Administrator, maintains accurate and confidential records and files, according to legal and agency standards and oversees departmental paper flow to ensure confidentiality and integrity of information
  • Works with Human Resources Administrator to ensure departmental administration is organized and complete; including but not limited to sorting agency mail, distributing paychecks, maintaining organizational chart, agency calendars and phone directories
  • Continuously designs new and refines existing departmental and agency systems, policies and procedures, provides guidance on their interpretation, counsels staff involving their application, and maintains departmental process guides and agency handbook
  • Establishes training goals and designs agency plan to both meet ongoing training needs and regular management training including the design and execution of in-house trainings as well as identifying outside sources
  • Ensures compliance with state and federal labor laws
  • Working with Building Services co-manages the Injury and Illness Prevention Plan (SB 198)
  • Serves as the Human Resources point of contact regarding payroll
  • Other duties as assigned

If you meet our qualifications and are interested in joining us we want to meet you!
Applications are only accepted online. Make sure to include a cover letter with your resume. For the full Job Description and instructions on how to apply please click on the button below.

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Project Open Hand is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to diversity!

Kitchen Operations Coordinator II, On-call

Department:
Food Operations – Kitchen
Reports To:
Patrick Wolf
Job Location:
730 Polk Street, San Francisco
Benefits:
No
Status:
On-Call

Position Summary

Reporting to the Director, Kitchen Operations and working in close partnership with kitchen leadership, the Kitchen Operations Coordinator II is tasked with helping to ensure that all product receiving, inventory, routing, storage, cleanliness and food temperature functions are completed according to agency policies and procedures.

The Kitchen Operations Coordinator II makes it possible for their dedicated volunteer and staff teammates to produce the meals with love our community relies on. This is an ideal position for a thoughtful, reliable, dedicated and organized worker with excellent communication skills.

     

     

      Qualifications Required

      • Experience working in a warehouse or kitchen inventory control function
      • Previous hands-on experience driving vans and forklifts
      • Experience receiving raw food product and the associated paperwork
      • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal.
      • Ability to speak, read and write in English to facilitate communication
      • Flexible schedule with the ability to work occasional nights, weekends and holidays to meet demand
      • Microsoft Office proficiency

      Qualifications Desired

      • Supervisorial experience
      • Industrial kitchen experience
      • Experience with Computrition Software
      • Forklift Certified

      ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

      • Responsible for receiving, routing & storing all delivered products for the Grocery Services, Programs and Building Services Departments, ensuring quality service as well as safe food handling and storage
      • Responsible for initial contact with vendors in the event of a mistake or other same-day issue
      • Rotation of new product in storage areas using first-in-first-out (FIFO) method
      • Planning the cycle of food in storage areas and assigning correct cooler or dry storage area for incoming product to facilitate with Operations Coordinators to achieve goal
      • Organizes and logs all received invoices and verifies quantities and costs with purchase order
      • Immediately reports all delivery discrepancies
      • Coordinates appropriate service vendors including chemicals and warehouse equipment
      • Completes weekly inventory of food, beverage and prepared meals
      • Assembles warehoused items needed by the kitchen team and other programs
      • Assists with procedure development and improvement where warranted
      • Maintains clear and efficient communication between all parties involved in the receiving and delivery process
      • Other duties as assigned

      If you meet our qualifications and are interested in joining us we want to meet you!
      Applications are only accepted online. Make sure to include a cover letter with your resume. For the full Job Description and instructions on how to apply please click on the button below.

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      Driver, On-Call

      Department:
      Food Operations – Kitchen
      Reports To:
      Director, Distribution
      Job Location:
      730 Polk Street, San Francisco
      Benefits:
      No
      Status:
      On-Call

      Position Summary

      Project Open Hand provides more than 2,000 meals with love each day to its community of sick and elderly clients and the Distribution department is the frontline of the organization. As a Driver, you will nurture vital connections as you deliver nutritious, health-supporting meals directly to homebound clients and senior sites throughout San Francisco and Alameda counties. 

      This is an ideal position for a compassionate dedicated driver looking to directly help others on a daily basis.

      Qualifications Required

      •    Two years’ experience driving large delivery vehicles in an urban setting like San Francisco and Oakland

      •    Valid California driver’s license and excellent driving record

      •    Schedule flexibility and ability to work nights, holidays and weekends when necessary

      •    Strong verbal and written proficiency with the English language to facilitate communication

      •    Excellent professional references

      Qualifications Desired

      •    Experience serving clients with multiple diagnoses (i.e. substance abuse, mental illness, critical illness)

      If you meet our qualifications and are interested in joining us we want to meet you!
      Applications are only accepted online. Make sure to include a cover letter with your resume. For the full Job Description and instructions on how to apply please click on the button below.

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      Porter I, on-call

      Department:
      Food Operations – Kitchen
      Reports To:
      Executive Chef
      Job Location:
      730 Polk Street, San Francisco
      Benefits:
      No
      Supervises:
      N/A
      Status:
      On-Call

      Position Summary

      The Porter I is an essential part of our team of dedicated culinary professionals producing meals with love every day for seniors and vulnerable neighbors in the Bay Area. The Porter I works as part of the team that ensures all dishes, utensils, equipment, tools and other kitchen appliances remain sanitized and ready to use. Porters thoroughly clean kitchen floors and surrounding areas, take out the trash, recycling and compost meals in a well-maintained kitchen. Porters also participate in the packaging of meals. This position is ideal for an ambitious team player looking to support large-scale meal production in a professional and mission-driven kitchen environment.  

       

       

      Qualifications Required

      • A commitment to Project Open Hand’s mission and operating principles

      •    Ability and desire to work as a part of a cohesive team 

      •    Ability to take direction and responsibility for actions 

      •    Ability to speak, read and write in English to facilitate communications with volunteers, peers and leadership in a fast paced kitchen environment 

      •    Capable of safely handling and cleaning knives and other large commercial kitchen food preparation equipment requiring heat, cleaning agents, sharp edges, and other potentially hazardous materials

      •    Ability to pass CA food handling certification

      •    Must be flexible to work early mornings, afternoons, weekends or holidays to meet demands    

      Qualifications Desired

      •    Professional commercial, industrial or production kitchen experience 

      •    Experience with high volume meal production 

      •    Bilingual in Spanish or Tagalog  

       

      ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

      •    Follows instructions and completes assigned trainings in all aspects of Porter duties and kitchen sanitation

      •    Completes assigned trainings in all aspects of porter duties and kitchen sanitation

      •    Adheres to kitchen department rules, policies and procedures

      •    Sets up, breaks down, maintains and fully cleans the dish machine, sinks and other porter machinery

      •    Takes temperature and performs sanitizer level checks on the machines and sinks 

      •    Removes trash, cardboard, compost and recycled material from the kitchen 

      •    Cleans, sanitizes, maintains and replaces all assigned equipment

      •    Assists with simple kitchen tasks, production and/or packing line as needed 

      •    Performs laundry services 

      •    Follows the posted master cleaning list and does side jobs as assigned

      •    Follows inventory policies & procedures 

      •    Sets up, maintains and breaks down staff and volunteer dining areas and all utensils used

      •    Properly fills out all food service and inventory logs with required information and signatures per HACCP guidelines

      •    Works harmoniously with peers and volunteers to complete the goals of the department

      •    Maintains a clean work area and follows all local, state and federal health standard guidelines

      •    Attends kitchen trainings and agency meetings  

      •    Completes other kitchen tasks as assigned 

      If you meet our qualifications and are interested in joining us we want to meet you!
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      Wellness Program Coordinator

      Department:
      Wellness Programs – Client Services
      Job Location:
      730 Polk Street, San Francisco
      Benefits:
      Yes
      Supervises:
      N/A
      Status:
      Non-Exempt
      Classification:
      Entry-level

      Position Summary

      The Wellness Program (WP) Coordinator’s primary responsibilities include a blend of administrative and direct service duties to support the Wellness Program and Project Open Hand’s mission. The WP Coordinator will supervise the day to day duties of the Wellness Program staff, process eligibility for services, manage program contracts, offer case management, and support the Manager, Wellness Program (MWP) as needed to ensure contractual and organizational goals are being met.

      Qualifications Required

      • Three years’ experience providing direct services in Social Service environment, specifically to clients with multiple diagnoses (i.e. substance abuse, mental illness, critical illness)
      • Proficient in MS Office, using databases, and internet research
      • Flexible schedule with the ability to work in POH’s Oakland office as needed
      • Bilingual in Cantonese and/or Spanish

      Qualifications Desired

      • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Service field
      • Experience working in a nonprofit client services-based setting
      • Mental Health or Social Work Experience
      • Experience supervising staff
      • Bilingual in Mandarin, Russian, Tagalog, or Vietnamese

      ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

        • Responsible for day to day oversight of the Wellness Program, including daily supervision of staff and volunteers and program operations
        • Oversee training and daily supervision of Wellness Program staff and volunteers
        • Assist the MWP with interviewing and screening of new staff
        • Assist the MWP in employee evaluation process
        • Help to monitor and resolve client and staff incidents, includes: reporting necessary information to the MWP, gathering information, facilitating staff discussion regarding intervention, ensuring adequate documentation, writing correspondence, and notifying staff of intervention and resolution
        • Coordinate, facilitate, and participate in weekly case management staff meetings
        • Help establish and maintain policies and procedures for the Wellness Program department, including tracking decisions affecting procedure changes and writing/updating policy and procedure manual
        • Provide oversight to assigned contracts, including but not limited to: maintaining knowledge on contract goals, staying updated on contract changes, tracking progress toward meeting contract deliverables, helping troubleshoot barriers in meeting contract goals, providing MWP with data for invoices, monitoring visits, and delegating tasks to staff and volunteers as appropriate
        • Utilize a client centered, harm reduction model to provide case management to clients that includes but is not limited to: maintaining client caseload as assigned, conducting intake interviews for new and returning clients, assessing and verifying program eligibility, enrollment and assessment of client needs, tracking client adherence, supporting with adherence to POH services, facilitating and follow up on referrals
        • Ensure proper staffing coverage for assigned contract and department needs
        • Assist MWP in representing the Wellness Program department externally and internally at community or partner meetings
        • Develop and maintain relationships with referring partners
        • Able and available to make decisions and answer questions in the absence of the MWP
        • Caseworker duties as needed
        • Other duties as assigned

      If you meet our qualifications and are interested in joining us we want to meet you!
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      Community Nutrition Site Coordinator

      Department:
      Food Operations – Nutrition Services
      Job Location:
      Senior Sites – locations vary
      Benefits:
      Yes
      Supervises:
      Volunteers
      Status:
      Part-Time
      Classification:
      Service Worker

      Position Summary

      A Project Open Hand Community Nutrition Site Coordinator administers the Community Nutrition Program on location at assigned site.

      This is a great opportunity for the right person to directly engage with and be of service to our community by helping provide thousands of meals to seniors and adults with disabilities who rely on our program for not only nutrition, but also a safe place to socialize and gather with friends.

      Qualifications Required

       •   Experience working in Human Service Programs

      •    Strong experience with Microsoft Office Suite

      •    Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English

      Qualifications Desired

      •   Experience assisting older people, people with mental health issues and substance abuse issues

      •    Current CPR and First Aid Certification

      •    Certified ServSafe Food Protection Manager (highly desired)

      •    Bilingual Cantonese and/or Spanish

      •    Supervisory experience

       

      ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

      •    Administers Community Nutrition Program in accordance with Office of Aging (OOA) Standards and Manual of Operations

      •    Performs intakes on new participants and provides them with overview of building and meal program policies and procedures, including those concerning the donation process, composting/recycling and expectations from all meal program participants

      •    Assesses Site’s food service needs and monitors changing trends

      •    Submits monthly meal order for site and makes daily or periodic meal adjustments if necessary to ensure site’s wastage does not exceed 2%

      •    Works independently and collaborates with Project Open Hand Volunteer Services Department to screen, recruit, train, and supervise volunteers in all phases of food service programs

      •    Records volunteer hours

      •    If applicable to site, trains volunteers in accordance to each individual’s Training Assignment Description, which should cover general operation of the Community Nutrition Program its policies, portion control & food safety 

      •    Responsible for verifying the accuracy of each volunteer’s timesheet. Responds to requests by Volunteer Services for other necessary documents

      •    Responsible for maintaining a system that ensures each month that 90% of participants receiving meals are having their Senior Gold Card scanned

      •    Manages consumable supply inventory and food service equipment

      •    Responsible for participant records, daily meal statistics & donations at the site

      •    Ensures that the site’s meal service atmosphere is supportive, safe, sanitary, attractive, and as pleasing as possible

      •    Attends Staff Meetings and Training Sessions as necessary

      •    Interviews new participants and informs them of site, meal service and donation procedures

      •    Enters participant data into CA Get Care database

      •    Maintains a close working relationship with the Host Agency

      •    Investigates and mediates disputes between Community Nutrition Program participants and assesses and handles all emergencies and crisis intervention 

      If you meet our qualifications and are interested in joining us we want to meet you!
      Applications are only accepted online. Make sure to include a cover letter with your resume. For the full Job Description and instructions on how to apply please click on the button below.

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      Bilingual Caseworker, Cantonese/English

      Department:
      Wellness Programs – Client Services
      Reports To:
      Manager, Wellness Program, San Francisco
      Job Location:
      730 Polk Street, San Francisco
      Benefits:
      Yes
      Status:
      Non-Exempt

      Position Summary

      The Project Open Hand Bilingual Caseworker helps to provide meals with love through interfacing with clients, assessing and verifying eligibility for our programs, and conducting intake interviews for new and returning clients. This involves meeting with clients in our Grocery Center, answering client calls and performing administrative tasks. This position works closely with the other members of the Client Services Department in serving clients and making decisions about how services will be administered. 

      Qualifications Required

      •    BA in Human Services related field 

      •    Computer literate (MS Office/Outlook) 

      •    Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain professional boundaries in a social service setting 

      •    Bilingual in Cantonese 

      Qualifications Desired

      QUALIFICATIONS DESIRED: 

      •    Mental Health or Social Work experience 

      •    Experience working with clients with multiple diagnoses (i.e. substance abuse, mental illness, critical illness) 

       

      ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

      •    Process applications for services 

      •    Perform intake and recertification for clients 

      •    Verify eligibility for services by communicating with service providers and collecting client documentation 

      •    Maintain client database including scheduling meal service, documenting client contacts and incident reports 

      •    Assess needs of clients and provide referrals as appropriate 

      •    Support clients who do not qualify for services with referrals to external community resources 

      •    Provide clients a program orientation and assist them in successfully accessing our services 

      •    Respond constructively to client comments and concerns; effectively resolve client complaints 

      •    Provide one-on-one follow up to clients regarding behavioral problems 

      •    Act as liaison between clients and staff/volunteers/other Agency departments 

      •    Act as representative of POH 

      •    Perform other duties as may be required 

      If you meet our qualifications and are interested in joining us we want to meet you!
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      Cook I, On-Call

      Department:
      Food Operations – Kitchen
      Reports To:
      Executive Chef
      Job Location:
      730 Polk Street, San Francisco
      Benefits:
      No
      Supervises:
      N/A
      Status:
      Non-Exempt
      Classification:
      Service Worker

      Position Summary

      The Cook I is a support role and an essential part of our team of dedicated culinary professionals producing meals with love every day for seniors and vulnerable neighbors in the Bay Area. A Cook I works alongside more advanced cooks to learn all aspects of commercial meal production systems, including but not limited to, preparing ingredients to be used in nutritious recipes, packaging meals and keeping a well-maintained kitchen. This position is ideal for an ambitious, flexible cook looking to support all aspects of large-scale meal production in a professional and mission-driven team environment. 

      Qualifications Required

       A commitment to Project Open Hand’s mission and operating principles 
      •    6+ months of professional commercial, industrial or production kitchen experience 
      •    Ability to adhere to kitchen department rules, policies and procedures 
      •    Ability and desire to work as a part of a cohesive team 
      •    Ability to take direction and responsibility for actions 
      •    Ability to speak, read and write in English to facilitate communications in the kitchen with volunteers, peers and leadership in a fast-paced kitchen environment
      •    Ability to apply basic mathematical principles and adhere to standardized recipes and directions, strict portion sizes, cooking methods & quality standards 
      •    Capable of safely using knives and other food preparation equipment  
      •    Knowledge of food safety and sanitation standards
      •    Ability to pass CA food handling certification 
      •    Must be flexible to work early mornings, weekends or holidays to meet demands

      Qualifications Desired

      •    Formal culinary training or equivalent experience 
      •    Experience with high volume meal production
      •    Bilingual in Spanish or Tagalog  
      •    HACCP certification

      If you meet our qualifications and are interested in joining us we want to meet you!
      Applications are only accepted online. Make sure to include a cover letter with your resume. For the full Job Description and instructions on how to apply please click on the button below.

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      Cook II

      Department:
      Food Operations – Kitchen
      Job Location:
      730 Polk Street, San Francisco
      Benefits:
      Yes
      Supervises:
      N/A
      Status:
      Non-Exempt
      Classification:
      Service Worker

      Position Summary

      The Cook II is an advanced role and an essential part of our team of dedicated culinary professionals producing meals with love every day for seniors and vulnerable neighbors in the Bay Area. A Cook II executes complex recipes to produce nutritious meals for clients. This hands-on role works as part of a team to share knowledge with junior cooks and volunteers to handle all aspects of our daily meal production systems, from preparing ingredients to be used in nutritious recipes to packaging meals and keeping a well-maintained kitchen. This position is ideal for an ambitious, flexible cook looking to collaborate with others in all aspects of large-scale meal production in a professional and mission-driven environment. To perform successfully, our employees must not only have the qualifications and abilities to perform each of the essential functions of this position, but also must continually strive to meet or surpass the Project Open Hand objectives and exacting standards.

      Qualifications Required

      •    A commitment to Project Open Hand’s mission and operating principles 
      •    2+ years of professional, high volume commercial, industrial or production kitchen experience
      •    Demonstrated ability to adhere to and share information about kitchen department rules, policies and procedures
      •    Ability to speak, read and write in English to facilitate communications with volunteers, peers and leadership in a fast-paced kitchen environment 
      •    Desire to be a part of a cohesive team and demonstrated ability to share knowledge, answer questions and clarify processes while working alongside junior staff and volunteers
      •    Ability to take direction, give feedback, lead by example and take responsibility for actions 
      •    Demonstrated ability to safely use, and share best practices on knife handling and other food preparation equipment  
      •    Ability to apply basic mathematical principles and adhere to standardized recipes and directions, strict portion sizes, cooking methods, and quality standards
      •    Knowledge of food safety and sanitation standards as per HACCP
      •    Ability to maintain CA food handling certification
      •    Must be flexible to work early mornings, afternoons, weekends or holidays to meet demands 

      Qualifications Desired

      •    Formal culinary training
      •    Experience mentoring others
      •    Bilingual in Spanish or Tagalog  
      •    HACCP certified

      If you meet our qualifications and are interested in joining us we want to meet you!
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      Custodian, On-Call

      Department:
      Infrastructure – Building Services
      Job Location:
      730 Polk Street, San Francisco
      Benefits:
      No
      Supervises:
      N/A
      Status:
      Non-Exempt

      Position Summary

      The Custodian performs general maintenance, repairs and custodial duties to keep the Project Open Hand facilities (excluding the kitchen) clean and safe. 

      Qualifications Required

      • 1+ years’ experience in a janitorial or maintenance position with a strong background in janitorial procedures and an understanding of using cleaning supplies safely and effectively 
      • Schedule flexibility with ability to work occasional nights, weekends and holidays 
      • Oral and written comprehension of English to facilitate communication 
      • A valid California Driver's License and a good driving record  

      Qualifications Desired

      Bilingual (Spanish/English)  

      If you meet our qualifications and are interested in joining us we want to meet you!
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      1921 San Pablo Avenue
      Oakland, CA 94612
      (510) 622-0221
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      730 Polk Street
      San Francisco, CA 94109
      (415) 447-2300
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