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Thank you for your interest in employment at Family Caregiver Alliance. We are currently hiring for the following positions:

Community Engagement Specialist

Family Caregiver Alliance (FCA) is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for caregivers and the people who receive their care.  

With families providing 80 percent of long-term care in this country, the need for caregiving information is great.  An estimated 44 million Americans provide unpaid assistance and support to older people and adults with disabilities who live in the community.  For more than 40 years, FCA has supported these caregivers through education, direct services, advocacy, and research.

Our team is currently working remotely, by 2-way video conference, phone and via our online platform (CareNav). We actively seek out innovative solutions to address caregiver challenges and engage in the use of technology to expand our reach. In-person work in the community will be required once the Shelter In Place orders are lifted.

FCA’s office is located in San Francisco (nearby the Montgomery BART station)


As the Community Engagement Specialist you will make a difference by creating effective outreach strategies to reach new clients, promote FCA services to build client engagement, and facilitate collaborative community relationships with peer organizations. Your aim is to help us double our service reach by connecting with family caregivers who are eligible for our services but not aware of them, including with multicultural families. You will have a dual reporting relationship with both the Communications and the Operations directors, and work closely with our direct services team. This position is currently funded through 9/30/2021.   


  • Engage with key referral sources to help them identify potential clients for FCA caregiver services.
  • Use your focused, engaging communication style to represent FCA, serving as a liaison to public and private agencies to co-develop outreach and education activities. Keep staff and management apprised of partnership opportunities.
  • Draw upon your creativity and coordination skills to develop engaging workshops, community caregiver conferences and caregiver retreats focused on caregiver issues, brain impairments and related health care issues. Evaluate outcomes of the events.
  • Exercise your advocacy skills and work with the Communications team to foster and maintain proactive relationships with Bay Area elected officials and their staff on issues important to FCA and our caregiving clients including program outcomes and strategic public policies.
  • Using the FCA tracking system, record all outreach efforts, elective official advocacy activities and education events (e.g. workshops, in-service trainings, community speaking events, elective official orientation meeting.)
  • Oversee coordination of requests from the community for FCA speakers, assign to appropriate staff or volunteer, and maintain a record of speaker requests.
  • Contribute to FCA’s nationally recognized library of caregiver resource information. Write articles and tip sheets addressing current issues (long-term care, work and caregiving, young caregivers, etc.)  for use on multiple channels (e.g. website, newsletter(s), video training, outreach efforts.)  


  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to juggle multiple projects and priorities
  • Bilingual English and Spanish or English and Cantonese a plus
  • Strong skills in event planning, outreach and coalition building
  • High energy and flexibility in scheduling
  • Ability to work autonomously
  • Experience in training, education and public speaking
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Knowledge of issues related to caregiving and health care
  • Knowledge of issues related to providing care for brain impaired adults
  • Ability to conceptualize and implement innovative programs
  • Supervisory experience and skills necessary to oversee performance of education and outreach staff

Minimum Qualifications

  • Requires a bachelor’s degree in public health education or a related field.
  • Two or more years of experience in conducting outreach efforts, planning and conducting training programs and cultivation collaborative community relationships.
  • Must have a California driver’s license and own transportation. Must show proof.


  • $55 - $60 depending on experience and education
  • 11 paid employee holidays
  • Vacation and sick leave
  • 100% company paid health, dental and vision care for the employee
  • Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Life insurance for the employee
  • 403(b) with generous discretionary company match
  • Commuter Benefits, pre-tax
  • Flexible, welcoming work environment

To Apply

Please email cover letter and resume to [email protected]. Write Community Engagement Specialist in the subject line. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

FCA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and is committed to creating a diverse environment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

For more information about Family Caregiver Alliance, please visit us online at



Volunteer Opportunities


Part Time Volunteer Junior Accountant

Family Caregiver Alliance is seeking a self-starter to support the Fiscal Operations of FCA. The position reports to the Fiscal Director and works with the Staff Accountant in accounting operations.

This is an excellent opportunity in the non-profit industry sector for a student aspiring to an accounting career. You will receive opportunities to translate your accounting knowledge into accounting and financial reporting skills.

The successful candidate for this volunteer position will enhance their understanding of internal controls, accounting and financial processes as well as rapidly developing financial reporting and accounting skills and skills in the transaction processing and General Accounting areas (Accounts Payable, Billing, General Ledger, Bank Reconciliation, Account Reconciliations).

This is an unpaid volunteer opportunity requiring 16 hours a week during the school year and additional hours during the non-school periods. The additional hours in the non-school year periods are focused on enhanced training. Our work program is designed to provide you with skills that will make you more competitive in the process of obtaining your initial accounting position upon graduation.  


  • General Ledger activities, including journal entry, account analysis and reconciliation
  • Financial report preparation
  • Accounts Payable Processing and Control
  • Billing and Cash Receipts Processing and Reporting
  • Administration of Program Service Activities
  • Department Administrative functions such as records retention activities
  • Contract Analysis and Reporting
  • Budget/Actual Financial Analysis
  • Support of the Fiscal Director, as required

Qualification and Skills:

  • University degree candidate with successfully completed courses in accounting, (Introductory and Intermediate Accounting)
  • Student seeing degree with an emphasis in accounting
  • Competency in Excel
  • Self-directed; seeks technical and professional growth opportunities
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Strong visual presentation skills, strong verbal communications skills
  • Attention to detail, well organized


  • This is a volunteer opportunity
  • (transportation subsidy and meal allowance provided)

Send your resume and a cover to Stephen Hu, Fiscal Director at [email protected]. Please include "Part time Volunteer Junior Accountant" in the subject line.


For information on other volunteer opportunities, send an email to [email protected], call (800) 445-8106, or visit FCA’s page on VolunteerMatch.

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