Nationally recognized, Rubiconís mission is to transform East Bay communities by equipping low-income people to break the cycle of poverty. We offer careers to professionals in the fields of economic empowerment, mental health and wellness, legal services, and non-profit administration.
Our employees come from all walks of life and a multitude of professional backgrounds; they share a deep respect and compassion for their clients and a commitment to each other and the communities they serve. They grow professionally in many ways from using their skills, talents and experiences in daily service to their clients, to working with their colleagues on collaborative cross-functional teams. Each of our employees, directly or indirectly, has a lasting impact on disrupting the cycle and breaking poverty. So will you.
Rubicon is committed to hiring a highly talented and diverse workforce to help fulfill our mission. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.
Current Open Positions:
Business Services Representative, Oakland
ReEntry Career Coach, Antioch
Vocational Counselor, Hayward
Career Coach (Temp.), Oakland
Case Manager, Richmond
Rubicon Landscape Services
Landscape Business Administrator, Richmond
One Stop Career Centers are part of a statewide network of conveniently located offices which provide no-cost employment, education, and training services to job seekers. Our Career Centers include employment services and resources, including computers for job search and application purposes, ADA accessible equipment and technology, and onsite staff are available to assist with your employment needs. Visit Eastbayworks.com to locate a Career Center in your area.
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Rubicon is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer/VEVRAA Federal Contractor. We seek talented, qualified individuals regardless of race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, pregnancy, marital status, age, national origin or ancestry, citizenship, conviction history, uniform service membership/veteran status, physical or mental disability, protected medical conditions, genetic characteristics, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression regardless of physical gender, or any consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws. If you'd like more information about your EEO rights as a job applicant, please view the EEO Is The Law poster.