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[GreenYes] Job Posting - Recycling Projects Supervisor



Per the request of:
Carlos A. Esquivel
Human Resource Assitant
San Francisco Conservation Corps:

Please respond directly to Mr. Esquivel as suggested below.

Thanks

Chris
GreenYes Listmaster

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Job Title: Recycling Projects Supervisor
Classifications: Full-Time, Exempt, Non-Temporary
Compensation: From $34,700 to $41,500 per year DOE
Benefited: Yes - excellent benefits, including medical, dental,
vision,
dependent and domestic partner coverage, basic life & AD&D,
flexible spending accounts.
Salaried/Hourly: Salaried
Hours: Normally 40 hours per week
Schedule: Normally 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (exact times may vary
according to
department needs)
Department: Service Projects
Location: Upper Fort Mason and Presidio
Licenses/Certificates
Required: Driver's license, insurability on SFCC driving
insurance;
Class B and First Aid/CPR must be obtained during first four months.
Reports to: Recycling Projects Manager
Supervises Others: Yes
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Program Description

The San Francisco Conservation Corps (SFCC) is a non-profit work
readiness and education program serving young adults between the
approximate ages of 18 and 26 who work within crews to address
community needs through service and conservation-related work. SFCC
work readiness opportunities for young adults include, but are not
limited to, landscaping, restoration, installing play structures at
public schools and community centers, recycling, and internships.
Concurrently and in partnership with the John Muir Charter School, the
young adults focus on attaining their High School Diploma and GED or
participate in the Corps-to-Career higher education program.

Job Summary

The Recycling Projects Supervisor is responsible for supervising and
training crews of young adults, Corpsmembers, and ensuring that routes
and projects are completed to specifications.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

* Project Implementation (constant - more than 66% of time): Implement
and supervise all necessary tasks to set up, complete, and maintain
recycling routes and projects; develop, implement, and monitor
detailed project plans; ensure safety protocols are adhered to.
* Corpsmember Supervision (constant - more than 66% of time): Assign
and supervise crews and groups of young adults (Corpsmembers);
instruct Corpsmembers on and oversee all aspects of recycling projects
and tasks; ensure all policies and procedures are adhered to.
* Administration (frequent - 34-66% of time): Develop, implement, and
maintain all necessary administrative tasks efficiently and on time.
* Development, Education, and Training (frequent -34-66% of time):
Develop and facilitate trainings and educational programs for
Corpsmembers and other Staff; act as a role model and demonstrate
appropriate work ethics, behavior, and skills.

Typical Working Conditions

Typical working conditions include, but are not limited to, frequent
lifting, carrying, pushing, and pulling; frequent twisting, turning,
and reaching; occasional climbing, crawling, kneeling, squatting, and
walking; and occasional walking on uneven or slippery surfaces.
Typical working conditions also frequently involve working outdoors in
all types of terrain and in all types of weather conditions.

Equipment Used

This position requires frequent operation of agency vehicles to drive
to various sites and venues throughout the SF Bay Area, which requires
insurability on the SFCC's driving insurance policy and the ability to
operate agency vehicles and navigate by automobile throughout the SF
Bay Area. This position also requires frequent use of various hand
tools, power tools, electrical equipment, safety attire and equipment
(provided by the SFCC).

Minimum Education and Experience Required

* High school diploma or GED or equivalent experience in recycling or
environmental field.
* Basic knowledge or experience in recycling, conservation, or other
environmentally-related field.
* 1 year of experience supervising young adults.
* Work- or volunteer-related experience providing training and
education to young adults.
* Experience working with and mentoring young adults from various
cultural and economic backgrounds.

Minimum Skills Required

* Leadership, conflict management, and resolution skills.
* Written and verbal communication skills.
* Ability to manage and prioritize multiple time-sensitive tasks
simultaneously and meet deadlines.

How to Apply

If interested, please send cover letter and resume to: Associate
Director of Human Resources, SFCC, 241 Fifth Street, S.F., CA 94103 or
fax to (415) 928-7330 or e-mail to personnel@no.address Position is open
until filled. ***No phone calls please.***

The SFCC does not discriminate against any individuals on the basis of
sex, sexual orientation or preference, gender, race, color, religion,
national origin, creed, citizenship status, ancestry, age, marital
status pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, medical
condition, mental or physical disability, veteran status, or any other
characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local law,
ordinance, or regulation.

Visit our Web site at www.sfcc.org for more information about the
SFCC.





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