Environmental Projects Program Coordinator Vacancy In San Jose Conservation Corps & Charter School

Hiring Organization / Company: San Jose Conservation Corps & Charter School
Basic Salary: To Be Discussed
Employement Type: Full-Time



Job Details:

JOB TITLE: Environmental Projects Program Coordinator
DEPARTMENT: Environmental Projects
REPORTS TO: Environmental Projects Manager
FLSA STATUS: Full-Time / Non-Exempt
COMPENSATION: $27.00 - $31.00 per hour (depending on experience)
LOCATION: 2650 Senter Rd, San Jose, CA 95111
SCHEDULE: Monday-Friday, 8:00am – 4:30pm with occasional weekend work

Job Summary

Under the direction of the Environmental Projects Manager, the Environmental Projects Coordinator has responsibility for managing the daily operations of the field crews, training of field supervisors, and organization and management of large special projects.

Position Description

The Environmental Projects Program Coordinator is responsible for providing direct leadership and support to project field crews and assisting Project Site Supervisors in training and logistical coordination. The Environmental Projects Program Coordinator is responsible for operations, ensuring that Projects crews are adequately trained and prepared to perform high quality project work in a positive, safe, and productive environment.

The Environmental Projects Program Coordinator is expected to provide leadership and support field crews with programmatic goals. Support of field crews and operations will include but not be limited to: working with crews at their project sites, assisting in training crew leaders and members, performing project site visits, managing logistics for standard and specialized crews, maintaining tools and equipment, helping in the field office, and provide safety training to all new Corpsmembers and supervisors during orientation.

Job Responsibilities

  • Conducts site visits and provides feedback memos to supervisors
  • Ensures project quality
  • Assists in training new site supervisors
  • Substitutes for site supervisors when a site supervisor is sick or on vacation
  • Manage tools and assign tools
  • Administrative functions such as scheduling of work, hour allocation and reconciliation, and attendance tracking
  • Be familiar with, enforce, and ensure that all required and applicable Cal OSHA safety and vehicle traffic regulations are implemented by assigned crew supervisors and Corpsmembers
  • Substitutes for site supervisors when a site supervisor is sick or on vacation

Job Requirements

  • Two years of supervisory experience in a team or crew-based setting working with young adults, preferably in an on-the-job work training program
  • Demonstrated outdoor leadership and skills
  • Experience and demonstrated ability to self-direct, problem solve, be creative, manage conflict and be flexible in order to meet programmatic goals
  • California Class C license with a clean DMV record
  • Bi-lingual a plus
  • Knowledge of safe working practices and first aid
  • Trail maintenance and construction experience preferred

Benefits

  • 403(b) Retirement Benefits (employer match)
  • Credit Union and Employee Assistance Plan
  • Medical, Vision, Dental, and Life Insurance
  • Holiday, Vacation, and Sick Pay
  • Subsidized annual Eco Pass


WORK ENVIRONMENT AND REQUIREMENTS

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to noisy (power tools and equipment). While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to sit, stand, walk, and talk or hear.

Typical Working Conditions: Full-time in the field with occasional office work. When performing field work, will be subjected to weather conditions within Santa Clara County (moderate range of temperature/inclement weather).

Equipment Used: Will be utilizing power tools and hand tools frequently, and occasionally IT equipment including but not limited to, computers, tablets, and smartphones. May occasionally drive company vehicles with proper training.

Essential Physical Tasks: Be able to lift a minimum of 50 pounds, able to drive or at least be capable of being trained to drive different vehicles, and able to sit for a long period of time.


NOTICE: The statements herein are intended to give a broad description of this job function and should not be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required. Other duties and/or projects may be assigned.


Apply by completing the General Application section and be prepared to submit your resume as part of the application process.


Hiring Process:

The position is open until filled.


SJCC Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion:

The San Jose Conservation Corps + Charter School provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment. The Corps and School do not discriminate based on an individual's race, sex, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, military and veteran status, sexual orientation, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, hairstyle, hair texture or any other basis prohibited by law.

This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

The San Jose Conservation Corps + Charter School is an “At-Will” employer. We conduct pre-employment background checks and drug screens.


About the San Jose Conservation Corps:

Founded in 1987, the SJCC+CS has provided more than 17,000 opportunity young men and women with academic education, hands-on learning, and development of basic skills. These skills include leadership, communication, computer literacy, and employment training, which will help them to advance and excel in their future and careers. The SJCC+CS offers secondary education courses through its on-site charter school and career technical education and job training through its Environmental Projects and Recycling Departments. As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to identifying and developing the skills and leadership of people from diverse backgrounds. We encourage all qualified candidates to apply. For more information, please visit: www.sjcccs.org




Job Location Information:
City: San Jose
State: Ca
Country: Us
Location: San Jose, Ca 95111

Date Posted: 2021-09-15
Job Listing No# : 66948


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