Family Connections offers a collaborative and stimulating work environment.  We believe our staff are our most valuable resource.  With competitive benefits and professional development opportunities, we seek talented and motivated people to join our work in supporting strong families and communities.

To apply for open positions, email your cover letter and resume to jobs@portolafc.org with the name of the position you are applying for in the email subject line.

Open Positions

Excelsior Program Director This position oversees programs and staff at the Excelsior center. The Excelsior branch has a budget of approximately half a million with five staff. The center is vibrant, growing and continuing to meet the needs of the Excelsior community. This position will collaborate with the leadership team to ensure our programs are high quality and meet the needs of the families and community.  (click here for pdf of job announcement)

Family Support Coordinator (English and Spanish Bilingual) This position reports directly to the Program Director. Working collaboratively with other program staff, this position will provide case managements, facilitate support group, gives information and referrals, be in the classroom as needed.(click here for pdf of job announcement)

Pre-K Teacher  This position leads the preschool program and will report directly to the Site Supervisor. The teacher works closely with his/her co-teacher to develop and nurture each child’s social, emotional, physical, and cognitive skills necessary for kindergarten readiness. This position is at our Excelsior branch. (click here for a pdf of job announcment)

Early Childhood Program Manager  This position will be working from our Excelsior location. This is a critical position that manages our First Steps Program in the mornings (M-F, 9:45am-12:30pm) and our Next Steps Program in the afternoon (M-F, 1-3:15pm). This position will also supervise and manage our new preschool program that is scheduled to open in 2019. The CPDI program is recognized by the San Francisco Department of Public Health as the model for parent/caregiver and child bonding groups, as well caregivers support and infants/toddlers learning. Children ages 0-3 gain social, emotional, and cognitive skills, while parents/caregivers — who are required to remain on site with the children — expand their ability to nurture safe families and raise healthy, successful children. Our NS Program is a family preschool readiness program that work closely with up to 13 children in a comprehensive 13-week program.  (click here for a pdf of the job announcement)

Substitute Teacher Multiple Positions Available (click here for pdf of job announcement)