Apply to support the Executive Team as it works to support the rest of Code for San Francisco’s Core Teams and help us grow into a more effective, impactful, and inclusive organization. We are looking for an additional Captain, an Executive Coordinator to support the Captains, and a PR Coordinator to build our brand distribution network.
Read the descriptions for each position:
##Co-Captain Description Along with our esteemed captain, Maddie Suda, your role will be to internalize the vision for Code for San Francisco and maintain an overall understanding of all of the brigade’s moving parts. We have purposefully created these new Core Teams in service of better brigade outputs and to avoid siloed actions. During January-March/April (at least), you will support all Core Teams, coordinate communication as appropriate, and remove blockers as needed. When the brigade stops moving forward, you must inspire and work with others to break that stagnation.
Functionally, you will work with the Executive Coordinator to handle any and all tasks that others cannot fulfil, no matter what they are, in order to sustain and advance Code for San Francisco’s efforts. You will likely be the first to arrive and the last to leave, you will direct people with questions to the appropriate Core Team, and you will provide counsel and advice to folks who simply need to connect with someone at Code for SF.
Other duties include:
###Metrics The Captain will track the following:
##Executive Coordinator Description Are you the most organized person you know? Are things in your home sorted alphabetically or by color? Do you take pleasure in helping others to achieve their goals? As Code for San Francisco’s Executive Coordinator, you will see everything the Captains see... and more in order to:
Understand that your role is one of the most critical in the organization, even if it may not always be recognized as such. The Executive Coordinator makes things happen. During meetings, which you will help to keep on schedule, you will guide the Core Team from ideas to concrete, assigned tasks with deadlines. During Hack Night, you may that may mean facilitating a portion of the evening's activities, protecting team members from distractions (especially our busy Captains), working on the future of the Brigade, project management of everything that's not hack night projects, or whatever else needs to be done.
###Metrics The Executive Coordinator will help the Captains to track and improve their metrics, which include:
##PR Coordinator Description Are you amazing at networking or have an already large network of media contacts? Do people constantly imply you have a flair for social media? Do you write in a clear, concise manner? As Code for San Francisco’s PR Coordinator, you will:
Public relations (PR) is about managing reputation. You will help Code for San Francisco realize the public-facing part of its vision by encouraging understanding and support for the organization externally, likely through publicizing of projects, opinions, and events.
Functionally, you will use all forms of media and communication to build, maintain and manage our reputation. You or the appropriate Core Team Lead will communicate key messages, often using third party endorsements, to defined target audiences in order to establish and maintain goodwill and understanding between Code for San Francisco and its public. You will monitor publicity and conduct research to find out the concerns and expectations of our stakeholders and report and explain the findings to leads of the Core Teams.
###Metrics The PR Coordinator will track the following: