San Francisco Suicide Prevention has opportunities for full-time, part-time and relief positions, as well as internships.
It is our belief that staff diversity promotes appropriate responsiveness to community needs, provides representative role models for all clientele, and improves the quality of our services in a host of ways.
Employment decisions and services provided to clients are not based on race, color, citizenship status, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, age, religion, creed, disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. San Francisco Suicide Prevention fully supports the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and applicable state disability law.
Current Job Openings:
We are looking to hire an IT Director. Please see job description HERE. If interested, fill out this survey:
San Francisco Suicide Prevention is looking to hire a part-time Intern to join our Development Department. Our department is responsible for all funding of the agency, focusing on Individual Donors, Giving Campaigns, Fundraising Events, and Grants. This is a great opportunity for someone who has a background in non profit work or volunteerism, and would like to learn more about the administrative/financial side of working in a non profit environment.
The intern will be responsible for one core project that they will develop on behalf of the agency, which can be used for later career aspirations and job searches. No direct experience necessary, all items will be trained, this is a great learning opportunity.
The time commitment will be based on availability and is flexible, but we are looking for part time. Roughly 8-16hrs every week between the weekday hours 9AM-6PM; this can change slightly week to week, but we prefer a regular schedule.
- Administrative work
- Social Media and Marketing of agency
- Attending Fundraising Events (occasional weekend and evenings)
- Speaking on behalf of the agency at events or in groups
- Direct Mailings – includes addressing and stuffing appeal letters
- Researching funding opportunities, potential donors, and grants
- Creating Donor Profiles
- Organizing small fundraising events, such as happy hours or runs, and helping with large fundraising galas
- Attendance and support at Resource Development Committee meetings
- And supporting the Director of Development in other needed tasks
- Must be 21+ (some events are at bars)
- Interest in fundraising and development
- Undergraduate/Graduate students preferred
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Strong inter-personal skills
- Ability to work independently as well as a part of a team
Interested in applying? Please email a Resume and Cover Letter to Meghan Freebeck at [email protected]