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Program Coordinator Americorps Regional Supervision
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We are looking for a natural leader thats passionate about the environment, fighting climate change, thrives in opportunities where youre mentoring, building relationships, and finding solutions, and supports a program that provides emerging sustainability professionals with job opportunities, nonprofits, and local governments with sustainable solutions, and the environment. You will have the opportunity to engage with many stakeholders, up to 100+ partner organizations, and 300+ Fellows.

This position includes both acting as a Regional Supervisor for CCAC Fellows during their terms, as well as supporting CCAC staff in the implementation of the program.


  • Annual Pay: $76,000-$85,300 based on experience
  • Starting at 3 weeks vacation and additional sick leave
  • 16 BACR holidays
  • Medical insurance, dental, vision, mental health, life, accident, critical illness hospital indemnity, FSA: healthcare, dependant, commuter, 401k
  • Remote Position
  • Advancing a career in Climate Leadership

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree and 2+ years of experience working directly in areas such as:
    • Sustainability program planning/implementation
    • Business and communication
    • Community-based programs
    • Environmental science/education
    • Volunteer coordination
    • Human resources
  • Must be based in California, Bay Area preferred
  • Experience with database management, ability to update tracking systems
  • Experience and literacy with Google Suite, Excel, and Salesforce
  • Workplace and Professional Skills, such as time management, managing multiple projects at the same time, and great organization skills
  • Strong experience and skills in relationship building and communication
  • Strong experience and ability in mentoring and coaching others
  • General understanding of conflict resolution
  • Experience with community outreach, engagement, and recruitment
  • Enthusiasm and commitment to climate change mitigation
  • Understanding of climate-related topics such as:
      • Climate volunteer management
      • Urban greening
      • Organic waste recovery and food rescue
      • Wildfire resiliency
      • Climate change science
      • California environmental policies
      • Environmental and racial justice
      • Environmental/Climate Education and communication


    • Support overall CCAC program implementation
    • Act as Regional Supervisor for members; visit placement sites and members on a monthly basis
    • Support the personal and professional development of each AmeriCorps Member
    • Support partner placement site relationships and recruitment
    • Help recruit, select, and place AmeriCorps members at placements sites
    • Oversee and approve AmeriCorps timesheets, track AmeriCorps hours throughout the year
    • Support collection and review of hiring and compliance documents for members
    • Help facilitate and plan member development training days, community building, and celebrations
    • Support members with their transitions after the fellowship and advise their professional development
    • Collect all member evaluation and metrics reporting documentation

    About Us

    Bay Area Community Resources (BACR) promotes the healthy development of individuals, families and communities through direct services, volunteerism, and partnerships in the San Francisco Bay Area.

    We have deep respect for the communities we serve throughout the Greater San Francisco Bay Area, the dedicated staff who show up for those in need, and the opportunity we have been given through this work to promote resilience in tens of thousands of individuals every year.

    About California Climate Action Corps

    California Climate Action Corps (CCAC) is a national service program led by California Volunteers (CV) and implemented by Bay Area Community Resources (BACR) dedicated to advancing climate actions that engage community members, cultivate change, and leave a lasting impact. CCAC is part of a larger statewide initiative to address the climate crisis by recruiting members to become emerging leaders with local organizations throughout the State to mobilize community members on direct climate action through volunteer engagement, community education, and outreach focused on urban greening, organic waste recovery, and wildfire resiliency project

    BACR is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate, support, and thrive on diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. Visit our website at (link removed)(link removed)>

    Above is the pay range for this position that we reasonably expect to pay. Individual compensation is based on various factors including experience/education, skillset, and geographic location.

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