Career and Internship Opportunities - Calabasas, Culver City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Calif., New York City, Orlando, Fla., Washington, D.C.
Wednesday, March 13, 2019 at 10:53PM
Bill Imada
Harbor Freight Tools
Social Media Manager
Calabasas, Calif.
From Ms. Karen Denne of Harbor Freight Tools. 
Job Description
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Job Qualifications – Education and Experience:
Physical Requirements:
About Harbor Freight Tools
In 1977, when Harbor Freight Tools was started as a small family-owned business, we made a commitment to provide working people with great quality tools at the lowest prices. And for over 40 years, Harbor Freight Tools has done just that. From hand tools and generators, to air and power tools, from shop equipment to automotive tools, Harbor Freight offers more than 5,000 tools and accessories at quality levels that match or exceed competing brands, but at prices that are up to 80% less.
We're not your typical retailer. We're a team of high-achievers, who have a passion for excellence and continuous improvement and obsess about getting things done. We're also equally committed to doing the right thing and giving back to our community. And for us, collaboration is the golden rule. We're a 40 year-old, $4 billion company with over 30 million loyal customers and growing. If you are looking for a not so ordinary and highly rewarding career opportunity, we would love to talk with you.
Delivering Value to the Hardworking Since 1977.
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Downtown Women’s Center
Director of Development
Los Angeles
From Ms. Alma Perez, Director of Human Resources, Downtown Women’s Center.
DWC is in the midst of an exciting period of growth. This is the right position for a person committed to being at the forefront of the rapidly changing homeless landscape. DWC maintains a strong reputation as a thought leader in the sector and engages key audiences for funding and support. The Director of Development will lead a team of 10 staff members, with 6 direct reports: Grants Coordinator, Donor Database Administrator, Development Coordinator, Volunteer Program Manager, Events Manager, and Communications Manager. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Director of Development is responsible for expanding all fund development, branding and marketing, and community relations activities and events to sustain and expand DWC’s programs and services.
DWC seeks an innovative, enthusiastic self-starter to manage all elements of our donor cultivation and stewardship efforts by creating strategic giving opportunities and communications materials that align with the donors’ linkage, ability and interest in supporting DWC. The Director of Development is a vital contributor to DWC’s annual development strategy; the ideal candidate can integrate detailed data analysis with interdepartmental knowledge to provide recommendations for big-picture decisions.
Essential Functions
Management & Leadership
  1. As a member of the senior leadership team, the Director of Development will help strategize the organization’s overall vision, growth, and operations.
  2. Supervise six direct reports, while leading the entire Development Department, building team cohesion, monitoring performance, performing annual staff reviews, and coordinating training.
  3. Develop short and long-term strategic goals for the Department, including timelines, budgets, and work plans; assess areas for growth and provide leadership in launching new donor and event-related initiatives.
Fund Development
  1. Oversee fund development for DWC, to establish and execute on strategies to increase revenues, including through annual, major, foundation, and corporate giving, public and private grants, capital campaign, and special events.
  2. In partnership with the CEO, maintain a portfolio of major gift donors and prospects, and engage in donor cultivation and gift solicitation, including in-kind gifts.
  3. Ensure appropriate systems are in place, including constituent relations management system, gifts processing, and acknowledgement. Ensure moves management efforts are being tracked in the agency’s donor database.
  4. Staffing the Resource Planning Committee of the Board and attending Board of Director meetings, to help build the organization’s fundraising efforts.
  5. Oversee strategic planning and implementation of direct mail and email appeals to support annual giving.
Community Engagement
  1. Develop strategy around cultivating and stewarding relationships to build DWC’s visibility, impact, and financial resources, including through operation of a Volunteer and In-kind Donations Program.
  2. Manage a portfolio of corporate and community partners.
  3. Ensure the quality of presentations and tours at DWC; educating supporters on women’s homelessness and DWC’s approach.
  1. Communications is a joint endeavor: In partnership with the CEO, liaise with the Communications Consulting Firm and supervise the Communication Manager. Together this communication team will craft an annual communications plan and execute communications and marketing strategies for the organization as a whole, along with the agency’s various public education, fund development, social enterprise, and policy efforts.
  2. Ensure that donor facing communications are strategic and consistent across all development functions.
  3. Staffing the Communications Committee consisting of board and community volunteers.
  1. Oversee special events, including the Annual Dinner with a Cause ($700k - $1 million revenue)
  2. Focus on managing relationships with Event Chairs, Host Committees, and Board Member fundraising relative to events. Develop a solicitation plan to grow sponsorships and other revenue through events.
  3. Oversee 3rd party fundraising events to ensure outside fundraising practices align with DWC’s fundraising policy and procedures. Attend events and/or assign staff to attend the events, as-needed
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Competencies (i.e., Flexibility, Communication Proficiency, Budget Management, Relationship Management)
  1. Relationship Management & Communication Skills
  2. Budget Management
  3. General Development Strategy & Implementation
  4. Board Relations
  5. Communications & Marketing
  6. Management & Oversight
Supervisory Responsibility 
This position is responsible for six direct reports and a team of ten employees, as well as the agency’s volunteers.
Work Environment
This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines.
Physical Demands
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and ability to adjust focus. This would require the ability to lift files, open filing cabinets and bend or stand on a stool, as necessary.
Position Type and Expected Hours of Work 
This is a full-time position. Days and hours of work are M-F from 9.00 am- 5:30 pm, with some weekend and evening hours required.
This position requires local travel, as well as, occasional travel within the United States for conferences and trainings.
Required Education and Experience 
  1. Bachelor’s degree required, advanced degree or relevant professional certification preferred
  2. 5-7 years of progressive fundraising experience required; including the donor relations process, successful grant writing and event management
  3. 5-7 years of direct staff supervision experience required
  4. Required history of developing and maintaining strategic partnerships, securing grants and major gifts that contribute to the increasing visibility, impact, and financial resources of an organization/organizations over time
Required Knowledge/Skills/Position Qualifications
  1. Managing a broad team of diverse functions and keeping a team on track through accountability and motivation and professional support.
  2. Demonstrated experience in relationship management, donor cultivation, moves management, and/or external relations; experience working with event committees and/or board committees preferred.
  3. Strong multitasking and problem-solving skills; ability to maintain composure in a fast-paced environment and proven experience managing large-scale projects.
  4. Strong judgment and decision making – the ability to identify critical information and use it to choose effective courses of action.
  5. Self –starter and a team player with the ability to develop and maintain a goal-oriented, positive attitude throughout the organization; must be able to interface equally well with all DWC stakeholders; including the Board of Directors, executive staff, corporate partners, donors and the general DWC community.
  6. Detail-oriented, highly organized, and ability to prioritize time to set and meet goals and deadlines.
  7. Demonstrated level of comfort with public speaking and presenting complex information in a compelling manor to a variety of audiences.
  8. Basic understanding of foundation priorities and grant-making practices; experience with government grants, contracts and compliance a plus.
  9. Compassion and understanding of DWC’s unique approach to homeless services and permanent supportive housing
Downtown Women’s Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements,
Downtown Women’s Center complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice. 

NOTE: Please attach a cover letter and your resume to the application.
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Secure America’s Future Energy (SAFE)
Vice President, Communications
Washington, D.C.
Job Description
Company Background
About Secure America’s Future Energy
Securing America's Future Energy (SAFE) is an action oriented, non-ideological, not-for-profit advocacy organization committed to reducing America’s dependence on oil to bolster national security and strengthen the economy. The organization’s plans to advance energy security in the United States by expanding domestic oil and natural gas production, improving fuel efficiency, and accelerating the shift toward a transportation sector powered by a broader mix of diverse energy sources.
Armed with a deep understanding of the issues, SAFE leads the conversation on energy and transportation policy with the goal of bolstering America’s economic and national security. Agile and multidisciplinary, SAFE maintains a strategic ability to adapt to the rapidly evolving energy and transportation landscape with real-time, up-to-date analysis and recommendations.
To learn more about SAFE, visit
Vice President of Communications Role:
SAFE is looking for a proven communications visionary and leader of extraordinary talent, passion and commitment to develop, grow and advance a strategic communications plan focused on advocacy. They will be a competent spokesperson who can communicate well with different stakeholders from varied political ideologies. They are responsible for managing key messaging and issues through local, regional and national print, broadcast, and online media channels to target audiences in a timely manner. The VP collaborates closely with the policy, development, and government affairs teams, builds and maintains external partnerships, manages and work collaboratively with communications staff.
The Vice President will report to the President/CEO and will work closely with the Executive Vice President and other teams. They will manage and mentor an intimate communications team.
Above all, the Vice President will be the guardian of the SAFE voice for all external communications.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Responsibilities and essential job functions include but are not limited to the following:
                    Effective Spokesperson: Works closely with executive leadership and departmental heads in representing company’s strategic communications interests on a range of political and development initiatives.
Leadership Competencies
Setting Direction
Leadership Courage
•          Willing to take a managed risk to increase group awareness and target audience.
Creating the Environment
•          Develops a positive, respectful, productive and professional work environment.
Building and Maintaining Relationships
•          Establishes positive connections with others.
About SAFE
Securing America’s Future Energy (SAFE) is a not-for-profit advocacy organization founded in 2004 and employs 25 people and multiple consultants. It unites prominent military and business leaders to develop and advocate for policies that improve America’s energy security by significantly curtailing our dependence on oil and promoting responsible use of our domestic energy resources. SAFE relies on the knowledge and experience of four-star retired military officers, Fortune 500 CEOs, and its expert staff to produce high-quality, fact based analysis and policy recommendations for lawmakers, regulatory agencies, and the public.
In 2018, GuideStar awarded the organization a bronze Seal of Transparency, showing SAFE’s commitment to transparency.
SAFE provides fact-based analysis of energy policy, markets, and trends through a combination of original research, high-profile public events, traditional and social media outlets, and public advocacy. The organization’s policy platform is truly non-partisan and encourages members of both major political parties to set aside long-held orthodoxies for the good of the country.
SAFE made its public debut in 2005 with Oil ShockWave, a fast-paced and realistic war game exercise led by former U.S. cabinet members. It then formed partnerships with some of the country’s leading corporate executives and retired military officials to develop innovative methods to educate, communicate and advocate for policy solutions to America’s evolving energy issues.
In 2009, SAFE launched the Electrification Coalition, a nonpartisan, nonprofit group of business executives representing the entire value chain of a proposed electrified transportation system, from automakers to utilities, to promote the deployment of electric vehicles on a mass scale.
After more than a decade of building relationships and expertise through a non-partisan approach, SAFE is well-positioned to work with the Trump administration and Congress towards the organization's goal of reduced dependence on oil in the transportation sector.
Leadership Councils
There are three bipartisan leadership councils built around our mission: The Energy Security Leadership Council (ESLC), the Diplomatic Council on Energy Security and the Commission on Energy and Politics. The ESLC brings together some of America’s most prominent business and military leaders to support a comprehensive, long-term policy to reduce U.S. oil dependence and improve energy security. The ESLC works aggressively to build bipartisan support.
The Diplomatic Council on Energy Security is a bipartisan coalition of former U.S. ambassadors who have come together to speak to the diplomatic and foreign policy constraints and dangers created by the nation’s needs and oil dependence. Members of the group act as expert spokespeople and supporters, educating the public, meeting with policymakers, testifying before Congress, and more. Most importantly, they are adding their prominent voices and significant bipartisan credibility to a crucial national debate.
The Commission on Energy and Geopolitics is a bipartisan group of former high-ranking military and government officials dedicated to enhancing U.S. national security in an era of rapidly evolving energy markets. The Commission combines sophisticated energy market analysis with decades of experience formulating U.S. foreign and military policy around the globe in order to develop clear, actionable policy recommendations for furthering American interests.
SAFE & Bipartisan Government Policy
SAFE’s policy proposals have been embraced by the leaders of both major political parties. In his 2013 State of the Union Address, President Obama outlined his plan to implement one of SAFE’s policy recommendations, the establishment of an Energy Security Trust, and credited the organization with coming up with the idea. In 2007, President George W. Bush used the State of the Union Address to propose a plan closely mirroring a SAFE proposal, which ultimately led to the first improvement in automotive fuel-economy standards in a generation.
SAFE Policy Initiatives
Initiatives that SAFE is undertaking to strengthen U.S. energy security and reduce the country’s dependence on oil include:
Conservative Outreach
Due to its focus on national and economic security, SAFE has a unique ability to engage conservative thought leaders and lawmakers on energy policy. Through targeted research, impactful public events, and the mobilization of trusted advocates, the organization is working to frame energy security policy in a way that brings conservatives to the table.
Implementation of Electric Vehicle Deployment Community Projects
SAFE and the Electrification Coalition have launched two major projects to support the deployment of electric vehicles in strategically chosen communities to demonstrate that significant adoption of electric vehicles is possible in an environment in which regulatory policy, education, infrastructure, and other services come together in an integrated way. The current projects are Drive Electric Northern Colorado (DENC) and Drive Electric Orlando (DEO). SAFE and the EC have also initiated partnerships with some of the nation’s largest corporations to advance adoption of electric vehicles in commercial fleets.
Policy Research, Analysis and a Legislative Agenda
Despite political challenges, it is imperative to continue to push for comprehensive energy policy legislation. Political gridlock in Washington will continue to be an obstacle to substantive reforms. However, SAFE’s national and economic security credentials make it uniquely positioned to be the leading voice influencing energy policy, and it is imperative to lay the groundwork now to be ready for when the political environment is ripe. SAFE is also planning to create several policy initiatives in a number of states.
To Apply:
Tell us why you are a great fit for Secure America’s Future Energy (SAFE). Please send a cover letter, resume and compensation requirements or
KLH & Associates Contact
Mr. Kim L. Hunter, Managing Partner         
Office: 323.469.8680 ext. 225                                   
Managing Partner                              
Mobile: 213.280.4747
Mr. Greg De Benedictis                                 
Office: 323.469.8680 ext. 230
Special Projects Manager                  
Mobile: 818.601.1973

IW Group, Inc.
Office Assistant/Jr. Accounting Clerk (Part-Time)
Los Angeles
From Ms. Shari Hill, Director of Human Interests, IW Group, Inc.
IW Group is seeking an Office Assistant (Jr. Accounting Clerk) to join our multicultural advertising agency team! 
This is a part-time/temporary role (20hrs/week) with potential to transition to a permanent role.
You will compile data, compute charges, and prepare invoices & expense reports.
Position Requirements:
Join Us!
Interested candidates that meet the requirements of this role are encouraged to apply through the IW Group website:\

The Wonderful Company
Wonderful Education Summer Lead Intern
Los Angeles
Job Number:
The Role
At the Wonderful Company, we believe in investing in California's South San Joaquin Valley communities where our employees live and work, including the youth of our communities... our future. Wonderful Education's mission is to enable a lifetime of career opportunities by significantly increasing the number of college graduates in the Central Valley.
Wonderful Education is seeking Summer Interns, who are currently undergraduate students, to support our overnight College Camps in summer 2019. This position is a competitive opportunity that includes professional development and significant hands-on experience advising and mentoring future college students. Interns should be self-directed, motivated, professional, and enthusiastic about the mission and goals of Wonderful Education.
Interns must be available for the entire length of the program and must live on campus from June 18h through August 4th, 2018. The camps will be located on college campuses in the Southern California area.
This position reports into our Headquarters in Los Angeles.
Here's what you'll do:
Camp Responsibilities:
Professional Development:
Here's what you'll bring to the table:
Home Office
Here's what we'll bring to the table:
Headquartered in Los Angeles, The Wonderful Company is a privately held $4 billion global company dedicated to harvesting health and happiness around the world through its iconic consumer brands. The company's 9,000 employees worldwide are committed to bringing consumers everywhere the freshest, most wholesome pistachios, almonds, citrus and pomegranates; bottling the finest water and wines; and creating colorful bouquets that are sure to touch the heart. This commitment is reflected in the company's market share: Wonderful Pistachios® is America's No. 1 tree nut brand and America's fastest-growing snack; Wonderful® Halos® is the No. 1 mandarin orange in America; POM Wonderful® is the No. 1 100% pomegranate brand in America; FIJI® Water is America's No. 1 premium imported bottled water brand; JUSTIN® Wine has the No. 1 Cabernet Sauvignon in California; and Teleflora® is the world's leading floral delivery service. A 2016 Nielsen study evaluating the familiarity, quality, and momentum of more than 2,500 leading brands revealed that Wonderful Company products dominated the top 10 lists of consumers across all generations, more than any other consumer goods company.
The Wonderful Company's connection to consumers has health at its heart and giving back in its DNA. The company has a longstanding commitment to corporate social responsibility, including more than $200 million invested in environmental technologies and sustainability research, $50 million in charitable giving and education initiatives every year, $100 million toward the construction of two charter school campuses in California's Central Valley, and innovative health and wellness programs, including two new, free primary care clinics for employees and their dependents.
To learn more about The Wonderful Company, its products and its core values, visit, or follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
The Wonderful Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer and with opportunities for advancement. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected categories.
For more information and to apply, please visit:

Sony Pictures Entertainment
Social Media Intern
Social Media Digital Marketing Intern, MPG - Summer 2019
Culver City, Calif.
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