– Experienced In-Home Caregiver, Medical Assistant and State Certified Nurse Assistant: CNA
– Worked extensively with the elderly and autistic adults
– Offering high level care in a professional manner
✔ Administrative basics, organizational skills, attention to detail
✔ Creating a nurturing environment
✔ Injection prep, orthostatic blood pressure and vital sign readings, blood sugar readings, all skill
procedures within the scope of practice as a Certified Nursing Assistant
✔ Preparing medications, instruments, and supplies
✔ High quality 24-Hour Care
✔ Knowledge of the Kosher kitchen
✔ Assisting with errands, personal hygiene, bathing, meal preparation, and light cleaning
✔ Excellent cooking skills and meal preparation
✔ Conversational Spanish
✔ Native English speaker
✔Covid-19 tested and PPE protocol trained; willing to get tested weekly
Worked as a Medical Assistant at Kaiser Permanente, Woodland Hills, LA, and offices in Sonoma County
Experience with In-Home and Live-In Care since 2008
Resume and references available
Willing to travel within the North Bay and SF, especially for consecutive 24-hour Shifts
$25 an hourly
$20 an hour for 24-hour Shifts
Seeking two 24 hour Shifts back-to-back, midweek: Tue/Wed or Wed/Thu, or 3 consecutive
12-hour shifts, but also available for shorter shifts
Cargo Velocity’s Petaluma Office is looking for a full-time Business Analyst or Project Engineer that can assist with various project work having to do with cargo logistics site planning, optimization problems, software and automated data collection systems, and automated cargo handling systems. 1-3 years experience desired.
Desirable skills & background:
Contact Eamon@cargovelocity.com for more details.
PMI-SFBAC is partnering with an interesting new arts group that needs project managers. Artists United began here in the Bay Area, with artists informally helping each other. The organization has grown into a force, with national and international reach.
Jennifer Wallace, a Wells Fargo VP and Board Co-Chair of Artists United, shares the backstory: “My friend Holly Million started Artists United when she saw her fellow filmmakers all re-creating the wheel each time they were trying to learn fundraising for a film, or writing up deal memos or shoot schedules. She saw how much time they were wasting having to recreate the wheel. She knew that collectively they had the knowledge to do all of this already. She committed to offering her knowledge to anyone who asked, and saw that people she helped started doing the same thing.”
“Holly realized that by offering artists a way to connect, to ask for help and to offer help, we could get art made faster and better, thereby helping artists with economic empowerment, stable housing and social justice issues. This sense of a ‘reciprocity ring’ took hold and three years later we have a membership of close to 40,000 people in almost 30 countries with about 80 partner organizations too.”
Artists United is poised to scale its operations, and Wallace feels its time to bring in some volunteer project managers. “The challenge is that a lot of the folks don’t have much experience in documenting and tracking tasks, being the accountability manager for tasks, etc. This is where we need help—being on a committee to help keep the conversations and activities focused and moving forward.”
Artists United is looking for a project manager for each of their executive committees:
They also seek a senior project manager to work with their Executive Director.
The ideal candidates will appreciate the arts and want to support them by using their project management skill sets.
Interested? Please contact Jennifer Wallace at email@example.com.