Wellness & Prevention Services Manager

Job Type

Full Time


Minimum: $40,000.00
Maximum: $41,600.00
Details: Hourly, non-exempt



Start Date:


Application Deadline:



3125 East 15th Street
United States



● Train, supervise and support health navigation staff and volunteers in assisting community members as

described in Drop-In Health Navigation role described below.

● Meet with Outreach Specialist and Cook during Department Meetings 1-2 x per month to support food

service needs.

● Schedule and coordinate county partners (2 weekly County Health Insurance Technicians and a

monthly Health Care for the Homeless staff member).

● Facilitate weekly department meetings with staff to ensure clear and consistent communication

● Collaborate on conflict resolution with staff, community health workers and volunteers

● Administer use of keys and vehicle by ensuring company property remains on-site for company use at

all times.

● Develop and update food program, emergency voucher policies, and program materials as needed.

Drop-In Health Navigation (Monday, Wednesday, Friday)

● Provide individual client advocacy to community members with intersecting barriers to service

including but not limited to; recent immigrants, day laborers, low-income and high risk participants

● Ensure coverage of the drop-in space on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9-5pm.

● Participate in weekly department meetings with Health Navigators and Clinic Manager to coordinate

referrals for patients.

● Refer clients to appropriate service providers based on needs.

● Build referral relationships with healthcare and legal providers, schools, and CBO’s, to ensure contacts

at primary referral sites.

● Collaborate with Clinic Manager to recruit patients/community members for peer health education

groups, as well as other services based on need.

● Engage community members and volunteers in building a warm, inclusive, safe and welcoming space.

Data and Reporting (Tuesday and Thursday)

● Ensure recording and tracking of participant information, external and internal referrals, case

management notes in Salesforce (daily but review weekly during admin time).

● Generate reports for Measure A, CalFresh and Food bank with Salesforce data.

● Enter CalFresh data into designated web-based database by reporting deadline as detailed in contract.

Food Access

● Ensure distribution procedures are followed during weekly food bank, facilitate annual site visit, and

attend Alameda County Food Bank meetings as calendared.

● Enroll and track attendance for food bank and lunch participants weekly.

● Coordinate purchasing of food and supplies for Breakfast/Lunch (2x/wk) and Dinner (1x/wk) service to

ensure spending is within allocated budget.

Organizational Support

● Support SLHP staff in a collective decision making process, sustaining a safe workplace, and

contributing to a culture of self-care and work/life balance.

● Attend and participate in weekly department meetings and staff training sessions.

● Help with organizational events as needed (Holiday Party, Dia De Los Muertos, May Day)

● Engage in organizational visioning, strategic planning, and ongoing programmatic decision-making.

● Participate in meetings and collaborations among program staff as needed

● Support development of a growing program with creativity and innovation.

Required Skills

● Spanish-English bilingual, both spoken and written

● Strong communication skills, including facilitation, conflict resolution and writing skills

● Strong teamwork skills and desire to work collaboratively

● Able to multi-task with flexibility, responsiveness, clear boundaries and excellent time management

● Experience with recruitment and outreach in a wide variety of sites including: schools, community

events, churches/faith communities and health systems

● Independent, self-motivated, organized and able to meet deadlines.

● Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Google Docs and basic computer skills

Desired Skills

● Knowledge of issues specifically affecting day laborers and newly arrived immigrants

● Connection with local organizations for volunteer recruitment

● Additional language capacities are a plus: such as Mongolian and Mam

● Experience in case management, patient advocacy, social services or peer based counseling.

● Knowledge of service agencies in Alameda County and existing relationships with Oakland service



Full Benefits (vision,dental, health) accrual of 2 weeks of vacation per year at time of hire, and an addition of 2 weeks paid time off during December closure (after a year of employment).

Level of Language Proficiency

Spanish-English bilingual, both spoken and written.

Professional Level


Minimum Education Required

No requirement

How To Apply



Please send Cover Letter and Resume to jobs@streetlevelhealthproject.org