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Careers

Community Action Marin is currently seeking qualified individuals for the opportunities listed below. We offer a great benefits package and a great culture.

Chief of Staff Fellowship

Salary is commensurate with experience

The Chief of Staff Fellow will be the agency’s first Chief of Staff, helping to create a recognized strength in the agency’s leadership and leveraging the work of the last Encore Fellow role, which focused on organizational culture.

This position is a six-month fellowship (may be extended up to one year) that exists to strengthen operations in support of the agency’s mission, to foster a learning-oriented culture using data to drive results, and to ensure that staff align around the agency’s vision through strategic plan implementation efforts. The Chief of Staff ensures that the CEO is informed of and consulted on relevant agency strategic and urgent priorities, with a finger on the pulse of internal strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats as they pertain to accomplishing its mission. Job description   Resume to: Chandra Alexandre, CEO, calexandre@camarin.org

Director of Early Education

$80,000-$85,000 Annually
Full-Time Exempt

Under the supervision of the VP Children and Family Services, the Director of Early Education is a member of the Senior Leadership Team and is responsible for directing and coordinating educational services for all enrolled children ages 0-8 in accordance with Head Start Performance Standards, California Department of Education Title V Regulations, Community Care Licensing Title 22 Regulations. As an agency director, this position is responsible for programmatic support of fund development, marketing, and communications efforts that strengthen the agency with all stakeholders, including families and funders. Job description   Resume to: Monique Liebhard, VP of Children and Family Services, mliebhard@camarin.org

Client Intake & Data Specialist

$44,000 - $48,000 Annually
Full-Time Exempt

Community Action Marin is the largest human services provider in Marin County and is designated by the County Board of Supervisors as the “official anti-poverty agency” for Marin County. We are working to make Marin a place where all of us can live with dignity and respect and have an equal opportunity to support ourselves and each other. For over 50 years, we’ve been there when our community needed us most. We now offer more support to more people than any other organization in the county, but demand is growing every day.

The Client Intake and Data Specialist is a primarily client-facing role supporting the entire agency in assessing the needs of community members and connecting them to appropriate resources and services. The Client Intake and Data Specialist is responsible for direct service and program support duties for Safety Net and Economic Opportunity programs including Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, Cash and Housing Assistance, Economic Opportunity and Workforce programming. Job description   Resume to: Laurel Hill, Safety Net Services Program Director at, lhill@camarin.org

Preschool Teacher

$39,781 - $47,244 Annually
Full-Time Exempt

Under the supervision of the Supervisor, the Preschool Teacher is responsible for supporting the overall functioning of the preschool classroom and ensuring that daily program in meeting the Head Start Performance Standards, CDE State Regulations and Community Care Licensing Regulations. Job description   Resume to: Kelsey Lombardi, Staff Support and Child Development Outcomes Manager, klombardi@camarin.org

Infant Toddler Teacher

$34,585 – $46,011 Annually
Full-Time Exempt

Under the direction of the Program Manager, and under the supervision of the Supervisor, establishes and maintains supportive relationships with infants, toddlers, and parents; develops and implements developmentally appropriate routines and curriculum for infants and toddlers. Encourages the cognitive, physical, emotional, social and development of the infant, toddler and family.  Job description   Resume to: Kelsey Lombardi, Staff Support and Child Development Outcomes Manager, klombardi@camarin.org

Family Advocate

$34,585 – $46,011 Annually
Full-Time Exempt

In accordance with the Head Start Performance Standards, the Family Advocate works in collaboration with classroom staff, management, and community agencies to build a partnership with parents as they identify and meet their own goals, nurture the development of their children in the context of their family and culture, and advocate for communities that are supportive of children and families of all cultures.  Job description   Resume to: Kelsey Lombardi, Staff Support and Child Development Outcomes Manager, klombardi@camarin.org

Associate Teacher

$30,328 - $37,954 Annually
Full-Time Exempt

Under the supervision of the Teacher, assists in providing an enriched classroom experience for children including helping to develop, implement and facilitate developmentally appropriate activities and experiences for all the children. In the absence of the Preschool Teacher, the Associate Teacher assumes the responsibilities of the Teacher.  Job description   Resume to: Kelsey Lombardi, Staff Support and Child Development Outcomes Manager, klombardi@camarin.org

Assistant Teacher

$28,122 – $30,328 Annually
Full-Time Exempt

Under the direction of the Supervisor, establishes and maintains supportive relationships with children and parents; develops and implements developmentally appropriate routines and curriculum for preschoolers or infants and toddlers. Encourages the cognitive, physical, emotional, social and development of the child.  Job description   Resume to: Kelsey Lombardi, Staff Support and Child Development Outcomes Manager, klombardi@camarin.org

Homeless Outreach Mental Health Peer Support Specialist

$35,000 – $39,000 Annually
Full-Time Non Exempt

This is a peer support position open to candidates with lived mental health experience. The Peer Support Specialist will work as a part of a team along with case managers and licensed clinicians, to support adults with serious mental illness who are currently homeless or at risk of homelessness. The goal of the program is to improve social & emotional functioning, independent living skills and increase educational and employment opportunities in order to decrease and prevent homelessness. In addition to personal lived experience, the successful applicant will have completed or be willing to complete Peer Support Specialist Training and will demonstrate an ability to document service provision. Job description / Apply on Indeed.

Community Action Marin is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Prohibits Discrimination and Harassment of Any Kind: We are committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment decisions at our agency are based on business needs, job requirements, merit, alignment with agency core competencies, and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, national, social or ethnic origin, sex (including pregnancy), age, physical, mental or sensory disability, HIV Status, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, marital, civil union or domestic partnership status, past or present military service, family medical history or genetic information, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate. Community Action Marin will not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on any of these characteristics.