FAA Hiring Notice

If you have or know young adults between the ages of 18-31 with a high school diploma, the Federal Aviation Association is taking applications for air traffic controller school. We all have kids and know kids in the right age group (under 31) and with some effort they could reach a salary of over $100,000 with benefits in about 3 years! You need only a high school diploma to apply and credit is given for college on the exam.

http://www.faa.gov/jobs/job_opportunities/airtraffic_controllers/

For details and to fill out the application immediately – even if they don’t know if! They’d w ant to attend immediately – it’s
the federal government and it may take them months to call. The key is to apply NOW.

Political Director – Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California seeks an experienced Political Director to provide statewide leadership in the area of political strategy and action. Salary commensurate with experience. For full description and application procedure please email reception@ppacca.org.

Director of Clinical Services: Para Los Ninos, Los Angeles
The Clinical Services Director reports to the Vice President/COO and is responsible for overseeing the Clinical Services program. S/he provides leadership to the Clinical Services Department by ensuring staff and program development, implementation of best practices, directing program growth in accordance with the vision of Para Los Niños and strategic plan and ensuring fiscal and budgetary responsibility to ensure the long-term success of the program. Master’s degree or higher in social work or related field and five or more years of experience in the provision of mental health services after license was obtained, with two or more years of experience in management and supervision of mental health services required. Current Clinical License (LCSW or LMFT) required. Send resume and cover letter to: hr@paralosninos.org, ATTN: Lizeth Diaz

Vice-President of Development: Outfest, Los Angeles
The Vice-President of Development is responsible for maintaining and growing Outfest’s Individual Giving department and managing the Corporate Relations department and Grants and Foundations department. Individual will work with the Executive Director, the Director of Corporate Relations and the Outfest Board of Directors to raise income in all three areas: Individual Giving, Corporate Relations & Strategic Partnerships and Foundations and Grants. Minimum of five (5) years of demonstrated success as a front-line fund-raiser, with increasing levels of responsibility and success required. Must have expertise in individual major donors/gifts, as well as experience with corporate sponsors and grants. Minimum of two (2) years experience supervising staff and working directly with Board members required. Send resume and cover letter (as attachments only-MS Word or PDF) to: hiring@outfest.org

Employment Coordinator: People Assisting the Homeless (PATH), Los Angeles
S/he is responsible for the daily operations and service delivery of the employment program in the job center. S/he will provide new client orientation, conduct workshops, and provide on-going case management and retention support, as well as identify new job opportunities, and client placement. Salary Range $28k-32K (DOE). S/he must have excellent communication skills, interpersonal skills, computer proficiency, and experience as a self-starter. Benefits package includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance and retirement. Fingerprint clearance and background check required. Send resume and cover letter to: path@epath.org

Senior Administrative Assistant: EIMAGO, Los Angeles
S/he provides broad-based administrative support to the Senior Program Manager for the Winter Shelter Programs in Culver City, Downtown Los Angeles, Glendale and West LA; serves as a liaison with executives, the public, clients, volunteers, other agencies and government officials; tracks weekly administrative reports, vouchers and all related administrative requirements for all WSP locations and maintains appropriate inventory of supplies, such as record and transcribe minutes of meetings and copy, fax and distribute correspondence or other printed materials. High school diploma or equivalent; 2-3 years progressively responsible, related experience; excellent planning, organizing, verbal/written and PC skills; and strong detail orientation required. Send resume and cover letter to: wsp09@eimago.org

Project Assistant: Preschool California, Los Angeles
The Project Assistant will work with staff and partners on all aspects of developing and moving forward the organization’s field and advocacy agenda. Responsibilities will include: providing staff support for field outreach, event coordination, policymaker engagement activities; scheduling meetings, conference calls, and travel; managing office including answering phones, maintaining equipment, ordering office supplies, and managing mail; assisting with reports; maintaining database and file system; responding to information requests; proofreading final drafts of correspondence, reports, presentations, and publications; and other duties as assigned. No phone calls. Candidates with a BA and affinity for public interest and advocacy work preferred. Send cover letter and resume to: “Hiring Coordinator”, jobs@preschoolcalifornia.org

Assembly Member Anna Caballero (D-Salinas) seeks Scheduler. Schedule appointments, make travel and meeting arrangements, coordinate District and/or Capitol office activities, other related work as assigned. Salary commensurate with experience. Please submit resumes to willie.armstrong@asm.ca.gov.

Director, Communications & Marketing: Partnership for Los Angeles Schools, LA
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Director’s primary responsibility will be to develop the Partnership’s communications and marketing plan with input from the CEO, the Superintendent of Instruction, and the Partnership’s executive team. The Director will manage all communications, messaging and marketing for the Partnership including current projects, organizational branding and donor development. The Director will help increase visibility of the Partnership’s mission. At least 5 years of experience in communications, marketing, media relations, or journalism required. An undergraduate degree is required and an advanced degree in communications, public policy, journalism or business is preferred. Spanish language skill is a plus. Send cover letter and resume to: Saskia Pallais, Saskia.pallais@partnershipla.org

TechAmerica seeks a motivated Government Affairs Specialist. Duties include legislative bill monitoring, and analysis, event planning, supporting two in-house lobbyists, and general office management. Salary commensurate with experience. For more information: Joe Gregorich 916 443 9088 joseph.gregorich@techamerica.org.

Deputy Budget Director: The Los Angeles Unified School District, LA
The Budget Division is seeking an individual who will provide leadership to the District in making fiscally sound decisions. This position will report directly to the Budget Director. The new Deputy Budget Director will plan, direct, and coordinate the activities of the Budget Services branch, a division of over 100 professionals. Bachelor’s degree preferably in public, or business administration, finance or economics and at least three years of experience in the management of financial activities required. A Masters degree in management, finance, or public administration/policy is desirable. Experience in a California school district is preferable. Salary: $104,124- $125,736. Send resume and cover letter to: Deborah Jansen, Los Angeles Unified School District, Personnel Commission-Recruitment, deborah.jansen@lausd.net

Foundation Relations: The Saban Free Clinic, Los Angeles
S/he will oversee all aspects of foundation funding, including the identification of funding opportunities; formulation, preparation, submission and tracking of grant requests; track and generate required reports on grants received; ensure that new foundations contacts are cultivated and existing contacts are maintained by managing relationships efficiently with foundation funders; and direct solicitation of government, public and private funds and the direct supervision of the Grant Writer. Bachelor’s degree in Communication or related field preferred. A minimum of 3-5 years experience in government and foundations grants management required. Send resume and cover letter to: Dorothy Iacino, diacino@thesabanfreeclinic.org.

Assn. of CA School Administrators seeks Legislative Secretary to perform highly responsible, complex duties for five legislative advocates. Experience in Governmental Relations and/or law office strongly preferred. Submit letter and resume to employment@acsa.org. Qualified applicants only.

Associate Development Director: New Visions Foundation, Santa Monica
S/he will be responsible for: grantseeking under 20k, donor fundraising, assisting the COO with developing/implementing the annual fundraising plan, attending staff meetings and participating in organization-wide planning activities and assist, as needed, with special projects designated by the COO. Undergraduate degree, minimum of 4 years of nonprofit fundraising experience, and minimum of 2 years grant writing experience required. S/he must have knowledge of fundraising information resources, particularly for foundation, corporate and government grantseeking. Core computer skills in word processing, data base management, spreadsheets, powerpoint and electronic communications required. Apply online at: http://www.justmeans.com/jobs/new-visions-foundation/10436.html?&byjobsearch=1

Program Director: People Assisting the Homeless (PATH), Los Angeles
PATH works to break the cycle of homelessness by empowering people with the tools for self-sufficiency. S/he will oversee social service programs, with the responsibility of managing and expanding programs, and meeting contract goals and objectives. The Director will provide leadership, oversee staff and daily operations, outreach to the community, and facilitate collaborative partnerships. Salary Range $40k-60K (DOE). S/he must have excellent communication skills, interpersonal skills, computer proficiency, and experience as a self-starter. Benefits package includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance and retirement. Fingerprint clearance and background check required. Send resume and cover letter to: path@epath.org.

Communications Director Responsible for media/public relations, publications and grassroots advocacy for Regional Council of Rural Counties. Experience required. Send resume and cover to jobs@rcrcnet.org or fax to 916 447 2624. Excellent salary and benefits.

Development Assistant: Youth Policy Institute, Los Angeles
Responsibilities: develop working relationships with private donors, foundation representatives, government and others; create strategies to increase foundation, private and corporate grant support; launch fundraising efforts; maintain donor database; create letters of inquiry; perform a variety of skilled clerical duties related to development activities; write letters to request meetings with potential funders; follow-up with grant makers regarding the status, result, and potential feedback; and assist with grant writing projects. Experience in private and corporate philanthropy desirable and proficiency in research methods in grant seeking required. Bachelor’s degree in relevant field required. No phone calls. Send cover letter, resume and 3 year salary history to: jobs@ypiusa.org with “Development Assistant” and last name in the subject line.

Music Coordinator (part time): Covenant House California (CHC), Hollywood
Covenant House California is a multi-service residential program dedicated to assisting homeless and at-risk youth/young adults. The Music Coordinator is responsible for maintaining the music studio environment for youth and coordinating all aspects of skills building classes, teachers, budgets and all other tasks related to the music program. This is a Part-Time, non-exempt position. The hours are M-F 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm (15 hrs/wk). Compensation: $14/hr – $15/hr BA degree or other experience in a music related field is needed. Experience/knowledge of working with at-risk or homeless youth desired. Must have a valid Driver License and good driving record. Send cover letter and resume to: chc-hr@covca.org with “Music Coordinator” in the subject line

Administrator & Event Coordinator (part time): City Scholars Foundation, LA
S/he has responsibility for various aspects of program coordination, event planning, communications, campaign administration, volunteer development, office administration and financial record-keeping. $15/hour starting + parking reimbursement S/he will work closely with Foundation’s President/CEO, staff and volunteer Leadership TEAM to: coordinate event logistics for our AfterSchool Leadership Academy’s ten (10) annual training sessions; assist with planning, organization and promotion for two annual Youth Hero Awards special events; maintain up-to-date financial records and help with fundraising efforts. 20 – 25 hours/week. Minimum 3 – 5 years work experience preferred with at least 1 year post-college a plus. BA or BS in related field required. Send resume, cover letter and salary history to: Nicole Fountas, Program Manager, info@cityscholars.org

Fellows: New Leaders Council (NLC), Los Angeles
The NLC is launching its application for the Los Angeles Institute, a free leadership development program that includes seminars taught by experts in various fields, mentorship, networking, and potential job placement. The mission of the New Leaders Council (NLC) is to train and support the next generation of progressive political entrepreneurs – those who are leading industries, setting trends, and building institutions that support robust civic and political life in a global America. NLC strengthens the progressive movement by providing emerging progressive leaders with training, mentoring, networking, and job placement opportunities that equip them to be civic leaders in their communities and workplaces. For more information, please email: mfong@newleaderscouncil.org

Program Director: International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission, NY
The Program Director is based in New York, and is responsible for the management of the Program Department, which includes the development of the organization’s programmatic activities and budgets, management of the program human resources, and coordination with other departments. The Program Director manages the staff and activities in all four geographic regions of IGLHRC’s work (1) Asia (2) Latin America and the Caribbean (3) the Middle East and North Africa and (4) Sub-Saharan Africa. S/he coordinates IGLHRC’s work to promote LGBT rights at the United Nations. Minimum of seven years management experience required. Masters Degree or equivalent in a relevant field required. Fluency in English and another major language required. Send cover letter, resume, short relevant writing sample, and list of three recent professional references to: jobs@iglhrc.org with “Program Director Position” in the subject line .

Director of Donor Relations: Westside Family Healthcare, Santa Monica
The Director of Donor Relations is responsible for strategic fund development planning and execution, annual and major donor cultivation, stewardship and communications, special events, Board relations, and launching a multi-year capital campaign. Working in collaboration with the Director of Institutional Relations, s/he will meet fundraising goals and develop synergistic external relationships. The Director of Donor Relations is an integral member of the senior management team, participating in major policy decisions. S/he will report to the President/CEO. 7 years of professional nonprofit work experience with evidence of progressively responsible positions and 5+ years of management and fundraising experience required. Bachelor’s degree required; master’s degree preferred. Send cover letter and resume to: jobsearch@drapergroup.com with position title in subject line .

Water Policy Analyst: Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), Santa Monica
S/he will serve as NRDC’s representative in a variety of regulatory, administrative, and collaborative forums, advocating improvements in water use efficiency, conservation and recycling; review and comment on water conservation programs, draft legislation, agency reports, draft rules, etc; review and comment on draft legislation, agency reports, draft rules, etc; and conduct analyses, research and write NRDC reports and media kits on key water conservation topics. Responsibilities include contact with regulatory agencies, the media and legislative offices. Advanced degree in engineering, water resources, public policy, law or a related subject and a minimum of 3 years work experience in the field or a related one required. S/he must have knowledge of water efficiency, conservation and reuse and strong advocacy experience on environmental issues. Apply online at: www.nrdc.org/jobs

Assistant Director, Support Organizations: Performing Arts Center of LAC, LA
S/he is responsible for the coordination of special events and fundraising projects for one or more Music Center support organization as assigned by the Director. S/he will serve as a liaison between one or more support organizations and the Music Center leadership, oversees the annual event budget, appropriately prepares allocations and expenditures, and performs other duties as assigned. Required skills and qualifications include: Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience with a minimum of 2 -3 years event planning experience. Knowledge of Southern California corporate and/or philanthropic community a plus. Excellent computer and communications skills to produce correspondence and solicitation materials required. Salary range: $38,000.00 – $45,000.00. Send cover letter, resume, plus salary history to: jobs@musiccenter.org (10/14).

Operations Manager: Alliance College-Ready Public Schools, Los Angeles
This individual will support the Director of Operations to manage three major areas of school operations: 1) Attendance Reporting; 2) National School Lunch Program; and 3) Insurance. This position also holds potential for growth into other areas and higher level project management. Candidates should have already demonstrated a commitment to community service, preferably in public education. A bachelor’s degree in business administration, accounting, public administration or a related field from an accredited college or university required; master’s degree preferred. Three years of related experience and a demonstrated commitment to the charter school movement. Salary: $45k – $55k DOE. Send resume and cover letter to: Eric Barlow, Director of Operations, ebarlow@laalliance.org

Accountant: Union Rescue Mission, Los Angeles
The Accountant position works closely with the Controller to support the functions of the Accounting department.​ Must enjoy working in ministry related environment.​ This department is in charge of keeping the books covering all phases of accounting.​ Financial transactions are classified, recorded and summarized by this department producing monthly Financial Statements for the organization and its affiliates.​ Responsibilities include: process bi-weekly payroll and record appropriate transactions to the bank book and general ledger; analyze accounts and process journal entries as needed; record all cash receipts transactions and other non-accounts payable transactions in the bank book, reconcile bank and investments accounts; and other duties. Bachelors Degree and 3+​years progressively responsible, related experience required; non-profit accounting experience preferred. Send cover letter and resume to: jobs@​urm.​com

Operations Specialist, Family Care Center: OneLegacy, Los Angeles
The Operations Specialist, Family Care Center is primarily responsible for the monitoring and organization of call center operations data.​ The OSFCC works directly with the call center operations team to identify quality issues and facilitate corrections as needed.​ As the call center’s primary staff trainer, the OSFCC will design, research and identify training materials, programs and instructions needed to grow and train call center team.​ The OSFCC will also perform all duties and responsibilities in compliance with OneLegacy policies and procedures, regulations as outlined in the Code of Federal Regulations, and other applicable federal, state, and local laws.​ Highly qualified candidates must possess a degree in related field; or equivalent experience with certification from an allied healthcare, technical or vocational program.​ Minimum one-year quality assurance/​training experience preferred. Apply online: www.onelegacy.​org

Administrative Assistant: Community Coalition, Los Angeles
Duties include: manage reception services for the organization; support ancillary (transportation, childcare, etc.) services for the membership; support office management of the organization; oversee building maintenance and service contracts; and support system of checks and balances for organization’s finances. Must be organized, able to multi-task, and have a high level of professionalism (strict confidentiality is crucial). S/he must have a familiarity and understanding of the problems facing residents in South Los Angeles. Community organizing skills required. Salary: $30,000 – $33,000 DOE. Send resume and cover letter to: jobs@cocosouthla.org .