OPPORTUNITIES

Job descriptions provided by Valentina Sedeno valentina.sedeno@mncsf.org for four positions at the Precita Center, an organization that offers youth services.  The center is a part of Mission Neighborhood Centers, Inc., and people of color are strongly encouraged to apply.  If you know of any qualified/interested applicants please forward this information to them.

Safe Haven Group Facilitator
Safe Haven Program Coordinator
Home Detention Case Worker
Evening Services Case Manager


Heritage Global Partners will be having an auction to sell all matter of item from Candlestick Stadium, including concession and kitchen equipment.  Local businesses should be aware of this, and participate if interested. 

Name :

Candlestick Park

Auctioneer : 

Heritage Global Partners, Inc

Type :

No Internet Bidding

Date(s) :

10/1/2014 - 10/3/2014

Location : 

490 Jamestown Ave
San Francisco, CA 94124

Buyer Premium : 

16% See #7 Terms and Conditions

https://hgpauction.hibid.com/catalog/46879/candlestick-park?tab=0&display=50&cpage=1


Workforce Services for San Francisco Businesses

San Francisco’s vibrant business environment supports more than 60,000 businesses and employs more than one-fourth of the region’s total workforce. Our population is one of the most intelligent, innovative and ethnically diverse in the world—factors which continue to contribute to a highly motivated, productive workforce. We understand that our robust business community enriches the community as a whole. That's why the Office of Economic and Workforce Development is dedicated to helping to ensure the ongoing success of local businesses.

STAFFING SERVICES

Candidate Screening and Referral

  • The San Francisco workforce development system actively recruits and trains thousands of local residents every year, preparing them to enter or re-enter the workforce with the most up-to-date skills to benefit local companies across industry sectors.
  • Business Services Specialists provide employers with access to qualified applicants who have been pre-screened for the skills and job duties employers require, and workforce staff provide employee retention services.
  • Employers can utilize HireSF.org to directly post job opportunities and recruit job seekers.

EMPLOYEE TRAINING SERVICES

On-The-Job Subsidized Training

Business Services Specialists assist employers with recruiting candidates who are eligible for a 50% salary reimbursement when training is provided on the job (up to $6,000).

These candidates may also help qualify employers located in the Enterprise Zone for tax credits worth nearly $38,000 over 5 years.

Employment Training Panel Funds and Customized Training

Business Services Specialists assist employers with designing training for existing staff members, facilitate search services for third party training providers, and connect employers with funds to offset many costs.

LAYOFF AND OUTPLACEMENT SERVICES

In the event of a layoff, outplacement services may be provided through Rapid Response and Job Transition Assistance Services, at no cost to employers. These programs help affected employees to quickly connect with Unemployment Insurance, COBRA, and job transition services such as job counseling, training opportunities, and job placement assistance. The layoff services provided through a Federal program called Rapid Response helps ensure employer’s compliance with state and Federal WARN Act requirements, and assist employees with quickly transitioning to new employment, which may minimize the length of unemployment insurance claims.

TAX CREDITS AND INCENTIVES

The San Francisco Enterprise Zone Payroll Expense Tax Credit is a credit that can be applied towards the San Francisco Payroll Expense Tax for new jobs created on or after January 1, 1992, pursuant to the Payroll Expense Tax Ordinance of the San Francisco Municipal Code, Part III, Article 12-A, Section 906A. Amendments to this ordinance took effect on July 30, 2008, and are not retroactive. For more tax credits and incentive information contact via Email:Enterprise.Zone@sfgov.org or call (415) 554-6130.

Business Services

Call: (415) 581-4848

Email: business.services@sfgov.org


San Francisco Youth Employment Initiative

MatchBridge, a United Way organization is working with Manpower on a SF Youth Employment Initiative. The initial pilot partnership project is until October 30th in which the goal is to place 50 SF youths with SF businesses. If the goal is met, the partnership and the program will continue to serve unemployed youth between the ages of 18-24. The purpose of the program is to create partnerships for SF youth to gain early work experiences so they will become financially secure as adults.

Youth can be employed a minimum of 15 hours per week and a minimum of 30 days with all SF businesses. United Way will subsidize 50% of the youth's wages over a maximum period of two months if employers have 15 or fewer employees.
The maximum subsidized stipend is nearly $4,000 per youth.
The youth are job ready-- ready to work!

Please contact Valerie Wagner of Manpower at valerie.wagner@manpower.com / 415-293-9082 and/or email Valerie Wagner with your job descriptions, at your earliest convenience.

Warren Aulenbach, Business Development Specialist, Government Solutions Division--Manpower has been tasked with reaching out to local businesses in an effort to inform them of the On-the-Job Training program offered through Manpower by the SF Mayor’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD). This program gives you the opportunity to take advantage of our staffing services at no cost to you and offers up to $6,000 in training reimbursement as well as, $36,000 in federal, state, and local tax incentives for qualified employers. Instead of paying to post ads on Craigslist and CareerBuilder, take advantage of our free of charge service and give me a call at your convenience to get started!

Here is a link to additional information for On the Job Training

Below are some of the key points below regarding the OJT Program:

  • Positions must be permanent and a minimum of 30 hours per week to create sustainable employment for the individual.
  • OJT documents need to be collected on first day of employment with signatures from trainee and store manager, or authorized representative (you). We will also need a copy of your worker’s compensation policy received no later than the trainee’s first day of work.
  • Timesheets and supporting payroll documents must be collected on trainee’s last day of training period.

Warren Aulenbach
Business Service Specialist
Manpower
Government Solutions Division
3 Embarcadero Ste. 540
San Francisco, Ca
G: 415-781-7171
D: 415-293-9084
warren.aulenbach@manpower.com
www.manpowerjobs.com
www.us.manpower.com


The SFCTA seeks two members for the CAC to represent the Bayview, Hunters Point area, to provide input on potential improvements and advice on reaching the broader community, and we would feel fortunate if you could share this opportunity with the Bayview Merchants Association membership.

The application deadline for the CAC is quickly approaching — a week from today. I’m including a flier that has more information, in addition to the language below. If you could help us identify and share this information with specific individuals who you think would be well suited that would be wonderful. We want to ensure that this opportunity is made available to all those eligible, and that the CAC is diverse and reflects the interests of areas that will be impacted – including Bayview.


The PUC is putting out an RFQ for As-Needed Strategic & Technical Communication & Public Outreach Services.  

You can access the RFQ here: sfwater.org/commrfq

If you have RFQ questions, please email rfp@sfwater.org or call
415-551-4603.