Full Time Jobs

Junior Accountant (Part-time 24 hours per week)

The Junior Accountant for Center for Youth Wellness is a key contributor to the smooth operation of the organization. The Junior Accountant will carry out the day-to-day financial transactions of Center for Youth Wellness (a non-profit organization) and assist the Director of Finance and Grants and the Senior Accountant with various financial tasks. The Junior Accountant will be an energetic, efficient finance professional with incredible attention-to-detail and a passion for the Center for Youth Wellness’ mission.

Project Coordinator of Early Learning Scholarships (ELS)

The ELS Project Coordinator is a key participant in the citywide strategy to improve the quality of child care among providers caring for low and moderate income families in San Francisco. The Early Learning Scholarship program is designed to assist providers through a combination of stipends, wage and business supports. This position works directly with child care providers at their individual sites and in the office to provide support with participant data collection and reporting. Providers also receive technical assistance though workshops and one on one support requiring skill and experience in outreach and training. The ideal candidate for this position is super-organized, has acute attention to detail and is a great communicator.

Executive Director, The Correctional Association of NY

The Correctional Association is seeking an Executive Director to guide the organization into its next chapter of service to those incarcerated in New York’s prisons and to their families and the rest of the state’s population, building upon its distinguished history of accomplishments.

Executive Director

The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and will lead a staff of 30 dedicated professionals in the delivery of programs internationally and nationwide. He or she will work closely with members from industry, government, academic, and nonprofit sectors to identify national and international goals; and collaborate on solutions within the bounds of AOAC INTERNATIONAL’S mission and strategic plan. He or she will be a visionary catalyst for the development of globally accepted standards, that promotes consumer safety, security and comfort by working through our regulatory, academic, and industrial members and partners.  Our next leader will also ensure that the organization is run with integrity, transparency, and is an excellent employer for our diverse staff.

Executive Director

The Foundation for Peripheral Neuropathy is a Public Charity committed to fostering collaboration among today’s most gifted and dedicated neuroscientists and physicians. These specialists from around the country will help us maintain a comprehensive view of the field and determine the research areas that hold the most promise in neuropathy research and treatment to develop new and effective therapies that can reverse, reduce and one day eliminate Peripheral Neuropathy. It is our ultimate goal to utilize every means and opportunity to dramatically improve the lives of those living with this painful and debilitating disorder.

Our mission is to dramatically improve the lives of people living with Peripheral Neuropathy.

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