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Youth Leadership Facilitator

Application Posted: 
Monday, March 5, 2018

Humboldt Area Foundation 
Youth Leadership Facilitator 

Job Description: The Youth Leadership Facilitator would meet on a bi-weekly basis with peers in the BHC work that learn and support each other in their work to facilitate community teams to reach goals like "Guarantee growing up in Del Norte and Tribal Lands fosters health and success for all." This position will be responsible for building the capacity of local partners and youth to co-create skill building opportunities and trainings in research, media, advocacy, public speaking, and writing using positive youth development frameworks and methodologies, including but not limited to restorative justice and community organizing.  This role will help youth and adult teams co-create real experiences that translate to real skills within existing programs and systems, during the Summer Youth Training Academy and throughout the year.  Training and remote coaching with one of the world's leading human centered design companies, Think Place as well as training in the collective impact approach with Co-Creative is a part of professional development and support of the teams.   

Minimum Qualifications:

Associates degree in relatable field or 4 years of work experience in similar position
Past work experience which has provided the individual with the knowledge, abilities, and skills listed below:

  • Demonstrated understanding of youth development, community organizing and public health and prevention focused initiatives
  • Exceptional interpersonal and relational skills on multiple levels – in one-to-one conversations, in staff teamwork, neighborhood gatherings, public meetings and leading meetings and trainings. 
  • Passion for fostering stronger and more diverse relationships between youth, community members, organizations and governments, public engagement in decision-making and seeking community-led solutions to social equity issues
  • Knowledge of and demonstrated capacity to work competently with diverse, rural communities, particularly with youth, Latino, Hmong, Tribal, LGBTQ+ and other populations
  • Ability to establish and maintain working relationships with individuals from diverse backgrounds and a variety of positions of leadership
  • Demonstrated sensitivity to cross-cultural perspectives and experiences
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team, and takes initiative in problem solving
  • Self-directed, highly motivated and able to provide positive, effective leadership in an unstructured & multi-tasking environment
  • Organizes time wisely and prioritizes workloads to meet deadlines in a busy office environment
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrates ability and willingness to learn new approaches and strategies and support others in their learning and growth
  • Experience and comfort using the Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, etc.)
  • Possession of a valid driver’s license, access to a car and current auto insurance

    To apply: Caljobs job number order #15841834

Parts Sales Person

Application Posted: 
Friday, March 2, 2018

Peterson Tractor Co., Fortuna, CA

Fulltime, benfits. 

We have high expectations and so do you. You are exceptionally motivated, have outstanding skills, and are looking for more than just a job. We offer competitive wages, generous benefits, and promotional opportunities at a family owned and operated business that really cares about employees. If you want to work side-by-side with others who are passionate about customer service, consider joining our team. You can help us write more chapters in our success story as we move towards celebrating our 100 year anniversary. 

Peterson has an immediate need for an experienced Parts Sales Person at our Fortuna, CA location. The person in the position provides customer assistance to external customers, and internal customers as needed, by researching, pricing, sourcing, and ordering parts. 


  • Provide "Customer First" experience via phone and walk in by understanding customer needs and exceeding their expectations
  • Make high value recommendations to customers relating to parts and service needs
  • Maintain a mutually beneficial relationship with established customers and develop new customers
  • Maintain a working knowledge of company products, services, and parts including their price value relationships
  • Complete all necessary transaction documents in a timely and accurate manner
  • Follow up with customers on parts sourcing and the estimated ship dates and arrival of back ordered parts.
  • Research, recommend, and provide pricing for parts to external customers, and internal customers as needed
  • Maintain current reference material as needed to supplement company information databases, for example, Peterson Information Folder
  • Communicate customer needs to the appropriate PSSR
  • Assist Service Technicians in selecting parts needed for repairs; research and order parts for work orders as required
  • Solicit assigned accounts by telephone as may be required
  • Assist in other department activities as assigned by the supervisor
  • Maintain punctual, regular and predictable attendance
  • May be required to work overtime

For more information and to apply.

Finance Supervisor

Application Posted: 
Thursday, February 8, 2018

Humboldt Senior Resource Center                                                  

Finance Supervisor, Full time        

Are you motivated by meaningful experiences? Do you have a heart for service? Do change and growth excite you? The Humboldt Senior Resource Center is currently recruiting for an individual to join our team in promoting the high quality of life of our local seniors.

The Finance Supervisor is a regular, full-time benefited position responsible for the agency’s fiscal operations. This role provides day-to-day supervision to members of the Finance team as well as general accounting functions. Examples of duties include:

•          Oversight of payroll, cash receipts, accounts payable and receivable, billing, general ledger and personnel benefits.

•          Working with the Director of Finance in preparing and monitoring the agency budget and revisions as well as allocation and overhead schedules.

•          Providing research and financial analysis on agency projects.

Qualified candidates will have a bachelor’s degree in Accounting or four (4) years of senior-level accounting experience, including at least two (2) years of Supervisory responsibilities and working for an organization with a budget of $2 million or above.

To be considered for this position, applicants must submit the following to our Human Resources department by Friday, February 23rd:

•          Application (found at

•          Letter of interest

•          Resume

A full job description can be found at under the “Job Opportunities” link. Please call 443-9747 with questions.

The Humboldt Senior Resource Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Park Ranger

Application Posted: 
Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Department of the Interior 

Position is Seasonal, $17.54 - $19.49 an hour

Job Duties: 

All positions may not be filled or they may be filled at different times depending on budget, hiring needs, and requirements. These positions are temporary and are expected to last for approximately 6 months. These positions have no promotion potential, if you want to be considered for a higher grade you must apply for the higher grade.

Physical Demands / Work Environment: Work may take place in extremely remote environments and may require primitive camping and living skills for upwards of two weeks in duration. The work is performed outdoors in rugged terrain; to include very steep, wet, muddy, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces; positions require physical exertions, such as, bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching, or similar activities. Individuals should be capable of working alone, or with other people, during early morning hours, night, or during the day. 

For more information and to apply:

Clinical Manager: Veterans and Military Connected

Application Posted: 
Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Clinical Manager: Veterans and Military Connected

Job Description: We are seeking a US Military Veteran, National Guardsman, Reservist, and/or Military Spouse to apply for a Clinical Manager. Administer clinical and managerial oversight to case management teams. Provide services and support delivered in the community to homeless/formerly homeless veterans enrolled in the HUD VASH (Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing) Case Management Program.

  • Direct and supervise team activities, inclusive of clinical supervision and management oversight.
  • Achieve effective leadership results in treatment and rehabilitation services to reduce negative outcomes such as homelessness, overuse of ERs for enrolled Veterans.
  • Guide team to deliver positive behavioral health, social and individual consumer outcomes.
  • Ensure the timely flow of activities to meet core operating principles and goals.
  • Allocate time to deliver services as a member of the clinical team, direct work with staff in the community.
  • Ensure the team meets its performance outcomes as defined by contract standards.
  • Oversee team incident reporting procedures and ensure team adheres to VA policy and procedures.
  • Lead the daily organizational meetings and weekly service planning meetings.
  • Train, supervise, and evaluate team leader(s) and case management staff.
  • Supervise electronic charting in accordance with confidentiality regulations.
  • Promote integration of risk assessment and effective responses to reduce risk factors for recidivism.
  • Oversee, coordinate and provide on call 24-hour crisis consultation; provide culturally competent services.


  • US Veteran, National Guardsman, Reservist, or Military Spouse.
  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker or a Licensed Clinical Psychologist required with a Master’s degree or Doctorate.
  • Ability to maintain 24/7 accessibility for the purposes of clinical oversight, documentation and crisis management. Travel independently throughout the community via mass transit and or car.
  • Demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills, Microsoft Office Skills and proactive communication with customers and client via telephone.
  • Experience working with Veterans, homeless populations, and/or people with active mental illness/co-occurring behavioral health and or substance abuse disorders preferred.
  • Prior management experience working in clinical and or housing/supportive housing programs strongly preferred.

Environment Restoration Planners

Application Posted: 
Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Redwood Community Action Agency

Job Description: Project Coordinator $23 an hour. 

The Watershed Program of the Natural Resources Services Division of RCAA is seeking a hardworking, natural resource professional with interest and experience in the earth/biological sciences and developing and implementing complex watershed projects, including riverine/estuarine restoration and invasive weed management.  The project coordinator will work with a dynamic, collaborative team to promote healthy watersheds along the north coast.


This position is expected to lead multiple watershed and ecological restoration  projects under the direction of the NRS Division Director, who also manages the Watershed Program.  This staff person will fill a current position being vacated by departing staff; the position needs to be filled to support the current and proposed project load.

This staff position will work on the several ongoing and current projects in the Watershed Program and is expected to develop additional projects in the first year. 

For more information:

Fish and Wildlife Scientific Aid

Application Posted: 
Monday, March 12, 2018

Department of Fish and Wildlife 

Fish and Wildlife Scientific Aid: $12.59 - $14.93 an hour 

Minimum Qualifications:
• Possession of a valid Driver License
• Either:
I. Education: Equivalent to completion of two years of college with a minimum of 10 semester hours in biological or chemistry sciences, or 
II. One year of experience in surveying, studying or evaluating fish or wildlife populations, data habitats or users, or working in a chemistry laboratory.
• Physical strength and agility; and ability to carry 40 pounds over rough terrain.

Knowledge and Abilities: 
• Knowledge of: Familiarity with the fundamentals of fish and wildlife management and ecology and general concepts principles involved in the departmental assignment.

• Ability to: Read, write and speak English at a level required for successful job performance; organize work and reason logically; analyze situations accurately; collect data in the laboratory and/or field; make and record accurate laboratory and field observations; summarize and analyze laboratory and field data; and write clear, brief reports; rapidly learn to identify fish, wildlife, invertebrates and/or plants; work independently with a minimum of supervision; understand fish and wildlife regulations and explain their purpose to the public; maintain and repair specialized equipment in the field or shop; establish and maintain cooperative relationships with those contacted in the course of the work; follow directions; use computer equipment effectively; gain experience in the methods and ethics of professional conduct and practices.

• Willingness to: work irregular hours including weekends and holidays and to travel in performing field work throughout the State; willingness to do routine work in order to learn; interest in and aptitude in the work; willingness to wear a uniform.

• Respond to phone calls concerning wildlife conflict. Manage an online reporting database of elk sightings. Conduct ground-based surveys to document the distribution of elk and to count their numbers to estimate herd sizes. This includes field surveys for sign, road surveys, the use of camera traps, and the use of handheld telemetry equipment.  Document information collected through hand-written or electronic field notes.  Assist with the training of volunteer field crews on survey methods for elk.

• Enter information collected during surveys into databases and check for errors.  

• Assist with the summary of survey data to estimate abundance, occupancy, and trends in elk populations.  Review images from camera traps to identify elk.  Assist with the preparation of project reports and publications describing project results.

For more information and to apply:

Bank Teller 1

Application Posted: 
Friday, December 29, 2017

Redwood Capital Bank

Position: Teller I
Pay: $12.40 - $19.83 per hour

Job Description: Redwood Capital Bank is currently looking for an energetic Teller. This individual must provide outstanding customer service and have the ability and strong desire to sell banking products and services. The candidates should also embrace Redwood Capital Bank’s mission and foundation to build solid relationships with local individuals and businesses.
Location: 1315 G St, Arcata
Bus Accessibility: Redwood Transit and Arcata & Mad River Transit
Hours: Full-time

Requirements: Prior banking experience is preferred but not required
How to apply: Download application from Apply with resume and completed application either in person, via email to inquiries@redwoodcapitalbank or by mail to 402 G Street Eureka, CA 95501; Attn: Libby Charlton, HR Manager.

Occupational Therapist

Application Posted: 
Wednesday, December 20, 2017

St. Joseph Hospital, Occupational Therapist

Position: Fulltime, Pay: Negotiable

The Staff Occupational Therapist I (OTR) is responsible for completing evaluations, developing written treatment plans, and providing on-going treatments that are designed to improve the patients functional status in conjunction with overall treatment objectives. Meets all clinical, organizational and position requirements as defined in the Occupational Therapy policies for Scope of Practice and Professional Standards.

To apply please contact:  Najla DeBow
Tel: (949) 381-4686 ext:

Bilingual Client Advocate

North Coast Rape Crisis Team

Fulltime, $18.00 an hour

Job Description: Fluent in Spanish and English, provides on call crisis services by phone and in person including crisis intervention, follow up, referrals, advocacy and accompaniment to clients going to law enforcement, hospitals, court proceedings and other agencies as needed. Share 24 hour 7 day coverage of crisis line with other team members, attend multidisciplinary task force meetings. Answer phones, keep records, assist with data collection, maintain stock of forms for office and distribution of literature to the public, attend staff and case management meetings. Maintain positive, equitable and professional relationships with others, perform other tasks as directed by supervisor, must be able to work full time and have flexibility in overtime hours, have good listening and communication skills. Counseling experience desirable. Must have have ability to remain calm, act clearly, knowledgeably and assertively in a crisis situation, must have valid drivers license and unlimited access to an insured, reliable vehicle. Must be able to attain appropriate clearance of a background check. Commitment to the empowerment of people and unlearning oppression, must have computer experience. Must successfully complete certified Rape Crisis training provided after hire. Help make these crucial services accessible to those in need. Multicultural experience highly desired.

 Job #15721052

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