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Meet our current Community Action Marin team


Come work with us

Community Action Marin is currently seeking qualified individuals for a variety of positions across each of our service and administration areas. We offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package and a great culture. More importantly, our team shares a passion for helping people achieve self-sufficiency and building a better Marin for all.

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Vice President, Early Education

The VP, Early Education is responsible for leading a large team of over 100 early childhood education staff across multiple sites. This position manages an annual budget of over $12 million from federal, state, county, and private sources that currently serves over 500 children of low income.
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Office & Operations Manager

The Office & Operations Manager is responsible for the overall functioning of the agency’s principal location of business inclusive of fleet management and emergency and disaster preparedness.
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HR Coordinator

The HR Coordinator supports the growing human resources and payroll departments with various administrative tasks associated with the employee lifecycle and Community Action Marin team.
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Infant/Toddler Teacher

Under the direction of the Area/Site Manager, the Infant/Toddler Teacher will establish and maintain supportive relationships with infants, toddlers, and parents, as well as develop and implement developmentally appropriate routines and curriculum. This position encourages the cognitive, physical, emotional, and social development of the infant, toddler, and family.
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Workforce Development Coordinator

The Workforce Development Coordinator is a critical role within Community Action Marin’s Economic Justice Department and is responsible for providing overall oversight of workforce development related programming. The Coordinator will work across the agency to identify, recruit, and orient potential workforce development participants.
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Teacher's Assistant I or II

Under the direction of a Manager, Teacher Assistants establish and maintain supportive relationships with children and parents and develops and implements developmentally appropriate routines and curriculum for preschoolers or infants and toddlers. They also encourage the cognitive, physical, emotional, social, and development of the child.
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Associate Teacher

Under the supervision of the Area/Site Supervisor, the Associate Teacher assists in providing an enriched classroom experience for children. This includes helping to develop, implement, and facilitate developmentally appropriate activities and experiences for all the children in the program. In the absence of the Preschool Teacher, the Associate Teacher assumes the responsibilities of the Teacher.
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Data Analytics Manager

The Data Analytics Manager will serve as the connective tissue between all our data efforts across the agency, including supporting the leadership and management teams toward supporting the intentional use of data and insights to inform decision-making about strategy and programs.
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Financial Planning Analyst

The Financial Planning Analyst will work with the Director of Finance in spearheading the organization’s financial quarterly forecast, annual budgeting process, operating plan variance analysis, and special projects. The incumbent will provide financial consulting and strategic support to senior management including assisting with preparation of board presentations, financial presentations, business development opportunities, and other projects requested by senior management.
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Bilingual Career Coach

The Career Coach works under the supervision of the Economic Justice Director to provide holistic supports that help people meet basic needs and achieve self-sufficiency. The role includes career counseling, job readiness, job placement, and job retention services for clients with barriers to employment, including formerly incarcerated, homeless, and low-income community members.
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Bilingual Financial Coach

The Bilingual Financial Coach assists with the planning, coordination, and implementation of Economic Justice services including, but not limited to, the provision of holistic financial coaching; new member orientations; and safety net services access. The Bilingual Financial Coach will record data for all services and client outcomes utilizing a Salesforce-based online data collection system. The individual will facilitate financial education workshops and deliver community presentations.
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As a leading employer in the county with 200 employees, we are transparent around the race and gender makeup of our staff, leadership, and board of directors. We seek to attract, retain, nurture, and grow a diverse workforce. We also strive to be welcoming and inclusive in our policies and practices, with mindfulness on equity to ensure that people of color and people of low income are supported and have equal access to opportunities throughout our agency.

Who you are and what you value matters—we encourage staff to bring their whole selves to the agency’s work, knowing that we are more effective when we are empowered by connection to our purpose and commitment.  We look forward to hearing from you!

Read our Annual Report to learn more about us.