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Dryvebox Inc.

Events Operator / Operations Manager -- 2 part time positions available

jake.haselden@dryvebox.com,  831-600-6665 , https://jobs.pga.org/detail/a0GPh000001VLVpMAO


Policy & Partnerships Manager, West

Job Description

Location preferred: Los Angeles preferred, open to West coast candidates.

LA based candidates will be expected to report our Santa Monica headquarters 3 times per week. 

At Veo, we are on a mission to end car dependency by making clean transportation accessible to all. As one of the fastest growing companies in the industry, Veo stands out for its responsible, financially stable growth strategy. We prioritize strong, long-term, and profitable partnerships and have already expanded to more than 50 markets in the US, from NYC to LA, and everything in between. At Veo we directly design, manufacture, and operate the most innovative and multimodal shared mobility fleet - featuring a range of vehicles - from pedal and electric bicycles to standing and seated e-scooters, e-cargo bikes, and ADA accessible devices - and we tailor each of our operations to the unique needs of the cities and universities we serve. 

As Veo’s Policy and Partnerships Manager, East you will work closely with the Director of Government Partnerships and team of Policy and Partnerships Managers (PPMs) to develop, launch, and manage new micromobility markets and partnerships. You will work cross-functionally with the Engineering and Operations departments, among others, to ensure that Veo’s teams are aligned to continue our rapid growth and promote sustainable local operations. 

Responsibilities and Duties

Establish and manage long-term and constructive relationships with clients, including city staff, elected officials, community-based organizations, businesses, and advocacy groups.

Liaise with city, university, and community partners to establish program rules and requirements that benefit Veo’s local operations approach and result in operational and financial sustainability.

Identify and cultivate new market leads and help Veo expand its service and products to new cities.

Advise Veo’s Operations team to ensure compliance with local rules and regulations.

Contribute strategy framework and local knowledge to Market Entry team to retain, renew, and grow markets. 

Qualifications and Skills 

3-5 years of experience working on public-private partnerships, or similar background in urban/transportation planning, politics, urban development, or relevant areas of law and policy

Demonstrated experience developing and fostering community partnerships

Outstanding ability to manage interplay between internal stakeholders; ability to quickly balance competing interests and focus on solutions

Experience interacting with various City agencies and bureaucracy, and navigating the nexus of local government and community stakeholders strongly preferred

Entrepreneurial and scrappy spirit

Proven ability to effectively lead cross-functional efforts to manage complex partnerships and projects effectively and responsibly

SQL and data analysis skills and experience a huge bonus

Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, demanding (and sometimes unstructured) environment

Natural people connector and responsible relationship builder

Strong proposal writing, communication, and interpersonal skills – A good storyteller capable of effective communication to varied and diverse audiences  

Ability to prioritize and maintain attention to detail across varied projects and partnerships

Independent self-starter with effective people collaboration skills

Love traveling and welcome short-notice arrangements


Medical, dental, vision coverage,401(k), Unlimited PTO

Opportunity to work in a fast-paced, early-stage technology company.

Unlimited Veo ride credits

A commitment to professional development and mentorship.

The base salary range for this full-time position is $100,000 - $125,000 + Annual Performance Bonus + Full Range of Benefits. Veo is a total compensation company, and pay is determined by geographic cost of labor and additional factors, including job-related skills, experience, and relevant education or training - so not all ca

Please apply on our website using the following link: https://boards.greenhouse.io/veocorporatecareers/jobs/5190589004

City of Santa Monica 

A selection of current job opportunities in the City of Santa Monica: 

ADA Coordinator

Civil Engineering Assistant

Combination Building Inspector II/III

Community & Cultural Services Assistant (As-Needed)

Community & Cultural Services Leader (As-Needed)

Police Officer Trainee

Police Officer/Lateral Transfer 

Pool Lifeguard (As-Needed)

Risk Management Technician

Swim Instructor/Pool Lifeguard (As-Needed)

Water Production and Treatment Plant Operator I

To apply to these jobs and to see other available positions at the City of Santa Monica visit: https://www.santamonica.gov/categories/your-city-hall/careers

Rome Staffing and Diversity Recruiting, LLC

Speech Language Pathologist/Santa Monica, CA: Job

The Speech-Language Pathologist supports the mission, vision, values and objectives of the hospital. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, performing client evaluations, establishing and implementing a plan of care and monitoring client's progress.

The hospital's caregivers are not simply valued – they’re invaluable. Join the team and thrive in our culture of patient-focused, whole-person care built on understanding, commitment, and mutual respect. Your voice matters here, because we know that to inspire and retain the best people, we must empower them.

Required Qualifications:

Master's Degree in Speech and Language Pathology.

Upon hire: California Speech Language Pathologist License.

Upon hire: National Provider BLS - American Heart Association.

At least 3 years of experience in Mental Health and Developmental in an acute care or clinical setting.

Preferred Qualifications:

Bilingual (Spanish).

Experience with EHRS and/or willingness to learn.

Email: Resumes@RomeStaffing.com/Phone: 504-428-5966/Web:

https://romestaffing.freshteam.com/jobs/_38Izao7tanH/speech-language-pathologist-santa-monica-ca/ Please apply by following the link attached and reaching out to Lee McCaskill at the phone number and email provided to schedule a brief exploratory phone interview.


Seeking BI-LINGUAL CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE to help support families with online, evidence-based music language program helping young children with delayed speech, including Latino families, in-person and virtually. Part-time 30 hours/month, $600 starting. Details: www.SingandSpeak4Kids.com


Assist SS4Kids membership efforts, Service customers in SS4Kids journey, Monitor/analyze membership metrics, bring new initiatives to help members.


Attention to detail, Competent using spreadsheets, Strong written/verbal communication (online, phone, in person)

Self-motivated, Sensitive to members’ privacy/security


AA (or current) in business, communication, English, or related field, 2+ years of communication/customer service

Google Workspace (Docs, Sheets, Slides), Fluent Spanish, Background in education or healthcare preferred.

Please submit a cover letter attached to your resume. Minimum of two references required. Send to: annieg@iqsonics.com

Pure Dermatology & Skin Surgery Center

We are seeking a personable Experienced Medical Assistant for our busy fast-paced woman-owned dermatology practice.

The ideal candidate is:

- Professional, with excellent Phone and Communication skills.

- Reliable, Punctual and Detail-Oriented

- Comfortable with data entry on iPad and with electronic medical records

- Comfortable with medical and dermatology terminology, dermatologic procedures, medications and medical conditions

- Able to assist the doctors and PA with procedures and scribing notes

- Experienced in dermatology preferred but not required

- Hours are 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

We look forward to hearing from you.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $22.00 - $28.00 per hour

Expected hours: No more than 40 per week.


401(k), Dental insurance, Free parking, Health insurance, Paid time off, Retirement plan

Vision insurance

Please send resumes to asimanovsky@puredermatology.com

Community Corporation of Santa Monica

Project Manager /or Sr. Project Manager

About Community Corporation of Santa Monica -

Community Corp is a non-profit organization that restores, builds, and manages affordable housing for working families of modest means. Since our inception in 1982, we have rehabilitated and constructed nearly 2,071 homes. By enhancing and increasing affordable housing, we improve neighborhoods, create an environment where people can thrive, and change thousands of lives. Our work contributes to the distinct character of Santa Monica and the greater Westside region, making these communities more inclusive, caring, and environmentally sustainable.

Position Overview -

Community Corp. has an opportunity for a Project Manager or Sr. Project Manager position. Under the direction of the Associate Director of Housing Development the Project Manager or Sr. Project Manager is responsible for activities relating to a project’s development from site acquisition to construction completion and conversion to permanent financing.

Candidates will be reviewed and considered for either position based on their qualifications.

Compensation and Benefits -

The compensation ranges between $94,000 - $142,000, depending on experience and position. The Project Manager or Sr. Project Manager is eligible for the following benefits:

*  Medical insurance, Dental and vision insurance, 403b retirement plan & matching contribution, four weeks of paid vacation, 11 Paid holidays, three weeks of paid sick leave, Mileage reimbursement, 9/80 work schedule, Hybrid office/work from home

Essential Position Responsibilities -

*  Collaborate with the Associate Director or Director of Housing Development to identify new properties to acquire and to perform feasibility analyses (as needed). Secure acquisition/predevelopment financing and acquire land/buildings (as needed). Plan and execute community outreach/engagement process including neighborhood councils and community meetings. Secure development entitlements and approvals, including preparing applications and negotiating with public agencies and community groups. Provide input, analysis and oversight of architects, engineers and consultants in the preparation of plans and documents. Oversee the preparation of construction bidding and contract materials.  Provide input, analysis and recommendations with regards to the selection of contractors, construction managers, and other team members. Coordinate tenant relocations.

Financing / Closing –

 Secure commitments for construction/permanent financing, including preparing applications and coordinating the submittal of required materials.  Negotiate deal terms with lenders and investors with input from the Associate Director or Director of Housing Development. Coordinate the closing of construction financing. Answer questions and resolve issues as they arise.

New Construction & Rehabilitation -

 Coordinate with other departments within Community Corp. including Property Management, Maintenance and Accounting. Monitor construction in progress, prepare payment requests, evaluate change order requests, resolve issues as they arise, and ensure compliance with various requirements. Provide updates and recommendations to management.

Permanent Loan Conversion –

 Ensure all requirements are met to pay off the construction loan and convert to permanent financing. Support lease-up process and ensure timely completion of lease-up.  Ensure all funding and partnership deadlines are met such as placed-in-service, lease-up, 95% occupancy, and conversion to permanent financing. Prepare and submit the required post-conversion functions such as placed-in-service package, 8609, final developer fee pays outs, etc.

Please go to our company website to apply https://communitycorp.org/jobs/

Asset Manager

Position Overview -

The Asset Manager will assess Community Corporation. properties to ensure they are financially sound and comply with contractual, regulatory, and statutory requirements. This person will collaborate with all departments including Property Management, Maintenance and Housing Development to ensure that Community Corp. protects its assets and optimizes property performance. Furthermore, the Asset Manager will stay abreast of industry trends and financial opportunities to position Community Corp. to be a sustainable organization and a leader in the field of community development.

Compensation and Benefits -

The compensation ranges between $75,300 - $94,100. The Asset Manager is eligible for the following benefits:

•                Medical insurance, Dental and vision insurance, 403b retirement plan, 4 weeks of paid vacation, 120 hours of sick time, Paid holidays, paid sick leave, Mileage reimbursement, 9/80 work schedule, Every other Friday of off, Sign on Incentive

Essential Position Responsibilities -

•                Utilize systems such as Yardi to enhance Community Corp.’s real-time reporting and analytical capabilities. Develop reports and/or a dashboard to analyze the performance of Community Corp.’s portfolio. Make presentations to Community Corp. Staff and Board. Monitor and validate compliance with regulatory agreements and funding requirements. Contribute to the resolution of operation issues or concerns, including the submittal of replacement and operating reserves for approvals and follow-thru for transfer of funds. Facilitate responses to government and/or lending agencies. Participate in the annual budgeting process for each property. Complete and monitor annual Welfare Tax Exemption preparation, filing, and follow through (billings). Create and implement plans for Limited Partners to exit properties financed with Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC). Lead efforts to restructure the debt and equity on individual properties and pools of properties. Contribute to decisions regarding maximizing property cash flow and fees paid to Community Corp.

Skills -

•Multifamily experience in affordable housing development and/or property management. Detailed knowledge of and ability to interpret legal documents such as loan documents, limited partnership agreements, regulatory agreements and agreements for the provision of resident services. Yardi experience preferred. Advanced Microsoft Excel skills required. Able to render and act upon an opinion decisively and yet be flexible in eliciting other opinions. Able to interact with all levels of organization, agencies, and tenants with the correct perspective ranging from prudence to compassion. Excellent verbal, written and organizational skills. Self-motivated and hard worker. A team player who can work independently.

Education and Experience -

•                Bachelor’s Degree preferred

•                5 years of relevant job experience preferred

Travel Requirements -

Occasional car travel, primarily in Santa Monica, to visit properties in the Community Corp. portfolio. Air travel to conferences and training will also be required.

Background Check and Driving Record will be Conducted.

Community Corp. is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Please refer to our company website to submit a resume - https://communitycorp.org/jobs/


Office Assistant

Illumination is seeking applicants for a dynamic and fast-paced position that supports the daily operation of our business while maintaining the highest level of customer service and professionalism. We're looking for an individual with impeccable follow-through, strong communication skills and a capacity to multi-task. This role is uniquely positioned to work across all departments providing a rewarding experience for someone interested in learning about all facets of an animation studio.

Please fill out this application form: https://jobs.lever.co/illumination/b1e0b67b-a052-4ce4-9669-df8ee45306d0

Employment Resources 

Career Webinar Series: Calling All Trades: Jobs for a Green Economy

Learn from experienced educators and trades professionals about the challenges, successes, and insider perspectives on careers in the trades and learn how to pursue jobs in the growing green economy. 

The series has been recorded and the entire playlist may be viewed on the City’s YouTube channel. 

Presented by Virginia Avenue Park and Community Development Committee of the City of Santa Monica - Economic Recovery Task Force. 

Ready to Work Webinar Recording (English) 

City of Santa Monica presented the Ready to Work Webinar on September 23, 2020 connecting job seekers with employment service agencies. Local community and educational partners shared information on their employment and educational services. 

Watch the Webinar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIs6t5y2Hlo&feature=youtu.be 

Presenters: Chrysalis, Hospitality Training Academy, JVS WorkSource, Santa Monica College, Noncredit Initiatives SMMUSD Adult Education Center, Santa Monica Public Library, SMPL Career Online High School


Grabación del seminario web Listo Para Trabajar 

La ciudad de Santa Mónica presentó el seminario web Listo Para Trabajar el 30 de septiembre de 2020 conectando a los solicitantes de empleo con las agencias de servicios de empleo. La comunidad local y los socios educativos compartieron información sobre sus servicios educativos y de empleo. 

Vea el seminario web: https://youtu.be/8fiR7vzlOkY 

Presentadores: Chrysalis, Hospitality Training Academy, JVS WorkSource, Santa Monica College, Noncredit Initiatives SMMUSD Adult Education Center, Santa Monica Public Library, SMPL Career Online High School 

Employment Preparation, Job Search, and Job Retention


An evolving job-readiness program with individualized case management. Provide access to an array of supportive services, including transitional employment opportunities. Chrysalis helps clients overcome barriers to reconnecting to the workforce. 

Contact: Bianca Smith (310) 401-9422 or email bianca.smith@changelives.org 

Learn more: changelives.org 

JVS WorkSource 

Employment and training services funded under the Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) grant. Attend Orientation Tuesday and Thursday at 10 a.m. Call to make an appointment. 

Contact: (310) 309-6000 or email Kmakinney@jvs-socal.org. 

Learn More: https://www.jvs-socal.org/ajcc-worksource/ 

Santa Monica Public Library 

Santa Monica Public Library has compiled a list of online employment resources. 

Contact: (310) 458-8600

Learn More: https://smpl.org/uploadedFiles/employmentResources(4).pdf

Visit: http://www.smpl.org/online 

Career Training Classes/Programs 

Santa Monica College (SMC) Noncredit Initiatives 

SMC offers free classes with no prerequisites on a variety of subjects including English as a Second Language (ESL), Computer Basics, Introduction to Early Care and Child Education, Rehabilitation Therapy Aide, Working with Older Adults, Customer Service, Sustainability Assistant, Business Essentials, Level 1, Sustainability Services Technician, Sustainability in Organics Aide. Jumpstart your career and develop new skills. Explore a new path today! 

Contact: (310) 434-3399 or email Noncreditregistration@smc.edu 

Learn More: smc.edu/noncredit 

Hospitality Training Academy (HTA) 

The Hospitality Training Academy (HTA), provides training for low-income and underserved populations to obtain employment in the hospitality and food service industry and to move up the career ladder to the middle class. HTA trainings, which include customer service, Vocational ESL classes, skills upgrades and vocational training, as well as resume assistance, and mock interviewing, offer participants the tools they will need to succeed and to pipeline into a union, hospitality job with good wages and benefits. 

Contact: info@lahta.org 

Learn More: https://lahta.org/online-course-catalog/ 

JVS WorkSource 

JVS Works Programs offers an array of retraining programs including: 

Apply: jvs-socal.org and click on Career Development, JVS Works: Free Career Training. 

Literacy including Tech Training 

Santa Monica College (SMC) Noncredit Initiatives 

SMC offers free classes with no prerequisites on a variety of subjects including English as a Second Language (ESL), Computer Basics, Introduction to Early Care and Child Education, Rehabilitation Therapy Aide, Working with Older Adults, Customer Service, Sustainability Assistant, Business Essentials, Level 1, Sustainability Services Technician, Sustainability in Organics Aide. Jumpstart your career and develop new skills. Explore a new path today! 

Contact: (310) 434-3399 

Learn More: http://smc.edu/noncredit 

Santa Monica Public Library

Santa Monica Public Library, with the support of the California State Library and Friends of Santa Monica Public Library, offers scholarships to Career Online High School. Students earn an accredited high school diploma plus a career certificate in one of the following fields: Child Care and Education; Commercial Driving; Food and Hospitality; General Career Preparation; Home Care Professional; Security Professional; Hospitality and Leisure; Office Management; or Retail Customer Service. 

Contact: Stephanie Archer stephanie.archer@santamonica.gov 

Learn More: https://smpl.org/cohs.aspx 

JVS WorkSource 

Employment and training services funded under the Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) grant. Attend Orientation Tuesday and Thursday 10 a.m. Call to make an appointment. 

Contact: (310) 309-6000 or email Kmakinney@jvs-socal.org 

Learn More: https://www.jvs-socal.org/ajcc-worksource/ 

Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District Adult Education Center 

The Adult Education Center offers free English as a Second Language, Citizenship, Adult Basic Education (English and math) and Adult Secondary Education (diploma, GED/HiSET test preparation) classes for adults. Dedicated teachers provide educational programs in individual and group settings online. 

Contact: Olga Saucedo, osaucedo@smmusd.org or call (310) 664-6222, ext. 76203 

Learn More: https://www.smmusd.org/adulted 

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