Join the CAN Team!
October 2022

Join Our Team! We are hiring for multiple roles. Learn more and apply now!

CAN is excited to announce we are hiring a Specialist and Coordinator to join the CAN team!

For both roles, we are looking for someone with the following qualities:

  • Familiarity with and experience working in the expanded learning and/or out of school time field.
  • A passion for Positive Youth Development and dedication to support thriving children, families, schools, and communities.
  • A commitment to value and embrace diversity and equity regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, income level, national origin, physical ability, sexual orientation and/or gender identity and expression.
  • A willingness to engage in Continuous Quality Improvement as a member of a learning organization.
  • Ability to plan, coordinate, and prioritize projects while keeping appropriate personnel apprised of status on a regular basis.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to effectively present information and facilitate meetings/trainings to a wide range of audiences in varying sizes/scope.
  • Excellent organizational and problem-solving skills including planning, delegating, program development, and task facilitation.
  • Strong initiative and follow-through skills.
  • Ability and commitment to collaborate with staff, stakeholders, and other volunteers.

In many ways, the CAN team operates like a small startup where every day is an adventure!

Specialist – Policy & Outreach 

An example of potential duties for this role include:

  • Work with members of CAN’s Policy & Outreach team to organize and implement conferences and events including virtual, hybrid, and in-person events. 
  • Supports CAN communications strategy development and implementation including the development of documents and publications, website development and design, CAN’s electronic newsletter, and social media. 
  • Prepares correspondence and other written materials requiring specialized knowledge of the subject matter.
  • Organize, lead, and facilitate meetings of interest holders and practitioners.
  • Support efforts related to CAN’s outreach strategies, policy development, and coalition building work.

Coordinator – Equity & Quality

An example of potential duties for this role include:

  • Work with CAN’s Equity & Quality team to organize and coordinate the activities of external, field-based, and multi-sector working groups and committees, including coordinating and scheduling logistics, documenting notes, analyzing meeting data, and providing technical assistance to participants. 
  • Provide core support for in-person and virtual stakeholder meetings, in-person and virtually. Become extremely familiar with virtual meeting technology, make presentations and facilitate portions of meetings.
  • Coordinate with the team to set annual calendars, ensure meeting materials are prepared in advance, and implement internal and field-facing communications.
  • Work with the team to ensure tracking of expenditures across multiple funding streams and prepare invoices, expense reports for approval

For more details on each position and to apply click the above linked job descriptions.

Location – Remote/California

These positions do not need to be based in Sacramento and are open to anyone within California. Our team has moved to a fully remote work environment and expect to operate this way indefinitely. We do operate in hybrid model of supporting the field both virtually and in-person, and each team member will be expected to travel throughout the state and attend certain meetings in Sacramento.

Salary and Benefits

The salary for the Specialist position is $66,560 annually to start.

The salary for the Coordinator position is $45,000 annually to start.

Our benefits include the CalPERS defined benefit retirement plan, generous medical, dental, and vision, tuition reimbursement, and more. We take a strategic and comprehensive approach to investing in our people, fostering an environment for employee growth, and providing diverse opportunities for continued learning, professional development, and advancement.

Equitable Hiring Practices

The Foundation for California Community Colleges is working to ensure hiring practices are more equitable. Names, educational institutions, etc. are removed from applications to help reduce implicit bias in the hiring process. Names will be shared once candidates are moved onto the first round of interviews.

To Apply

Positions will remain open until filled.