Last updated: 08/24/2023

Open Position(s): 
  1. Executive Assistant/HR Generalist
  2. Grants Manager

    See below

Executive Assistant/HR Generalist

The Executive Assistant / HR Generalist supports the Executive Director and coordinates the HR Function. The Executive Assistant (EA) is responsible for providing high-level administrative assistance to the Executive Director to allow them to focus their highest contribution to developing vision, strategy and staff development. The HR Generalist assists the accounting department as outlined in the primary responsibilities.

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Grants Manager

Alcohol Justice
San Rafael, CA

  • $70,000 to $75,000 Yearly
  • Full-Time

Grants Manager - Alcohol Justice

Are you passionate about promoting evidence-based public health policies and making a difference in communities? Do you have experience managing grants and organizing campaigns? If so, we have an urgent opportunity for you to join Alcohol Justice, the industry watchdog, as a Grants Manager.

Alcohol Justice is a non-profit organization that works tirelessly to prevent the proliferation of misuse of alcohol and other related drugs and reduces the harms associated with populations targeted by the alcohol industry through evidence-informed advocacy and community organizing.


  • Assist the Executive Director in preparing the development budget
  • Collaborate with internal teams to develop grant proposals and reports
  • Manage grants and ensure compliance with funding requirements via the creation of annual grant calendar/schedule and goals
  • Write and submit grant reports to funders in coordination with the management team
  • Monitor grant budgets and track expenses by overseeing the grant tracking processes and liaison with accounting department
  • Make presentations as needed
  • Prepare monthly and as needed grant reports
  • Build and maintain relationships with funders and stakeholders

Why should you apply?

  • Join a passionate and dedicated team that is committed to making a positive impact
  • Work on meaningful projects that promote public health and social justice
  • Gain valuable experience in grant management and campaign organization
  • Enjoy a comprehensive benefits package including health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, life insurance, disability insurance, and 401k
  • Receive a competitive salary ranging from $70,000 to $75,000 per year


  • Bachelor's degree in a relevant field and two years of development experience, or five years of development experience, preferably non-profit grant writing experience
  • Experience in grant management or a related role
  • Strong organizational and project management skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a team environment
  • Experience with CRM Databases
  • Proficient computer skills and ability to adapt/learn new technology

Location: Alcohol Justice 24 Belvedere, San Rafael, CA 94901


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Alcohol Justice
24 Belvedere St.
San Rafael, CA 94901

Alcohol Justice welcomes inquiries about internships and other project-based work.

Outreach / Promotor(a) – Bilingual Spanish

Job Title: Outreach / Promotor(a) – Bilingual Spanish  PDFpdf
Hourly Wage: $35 per hour
Schedule: Full-time/40 hours per week, afternoon and evening, some weekends
Location: Alcohol Justice, San Rafael, California
Term: This is a temporary position, January through August, 2020; we require a full commitment for that term.

Beginning Date: Starts January 2020
Deadline: Apply by 5 pm, January 8, 2020

Organizational Description:
Alcohol Justice is a national alcohol industry watchdog based in San Rafael, California. We believe youth should grow up free from the alcohol industry’s advertisements, enticing products, and easy access. We organize locally, statewide, and nationally to hold the alcohol industry accountable for harm. For more information see website: AlcoholJustice.org

Position Description:Alcohol Justice is hiring two positions for outreach and health education, primarily in Spanish, to join our action-oriented group of dedicated public health, policy, and advocacy experts. The position may be considered “enlace” or “promotora” in Spanish. The primary responsibility consists of working with and growing 30 Latino youth volunteers, parents, and other volunteers in conducting door-to-door and group presentation outreach on opioid addiction and MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment) in the Canal neighborhood of San Rafael.

The work will be conducted under a new grant from the Sierra Health Foundation called “MAT Access Points.” One of the problems arising from the widening opioids epidemic has been the consideration of addiction as a moral failure or crime, rather than a disease. There are longterm medication assisted treatment venues and doctors available, but families need to know where to go to access that treatment. This position will take the lead in mobilizing volunteers conducting outreach to educate and refer 15,000 people and 4000 households of Spanish speakers, immigrants, and low-income workers.

We require an independent and culturally sensitive community organizer, a proactive selfstarter who is quick to understand policy and create strategies. Working under the supervision of our Youth For Justice (YFJ) Community Organizer, responsibilities include:

Outreach and Health Education:
  • Quickly become expert in opioid addiction and Medication Assisted Treatment
  • Advise on culturally sensitive outreach materials: brochures, presentations, newsletters, and videos/PSAs – all in Spanish and English
  • Train youth and adult leadership
  • Organize educational canvassing, direct actions, negotiations, and media events
  • Personally, conduct door-to-door outreach, with or without volunteers
  • Organize town hall meetings, youth summits, and annual 2-week youth summer program with collaborating staff
  • Other brief assignments as needed by Alcohol Justice

  • College degree or equivalent proficiency
  • Bilingual Spanish and demonstrated cultural competency with Latino community
  • Ability to work with diverse cultures and leadership
  • Two or more years in health education, community organizing/advocacy; experience working with youth and/or social work
  • Excellent listening and communication skills
  • Confident speaking in public and making PowerPoint presentations
  • Strong writing, publishing, and editing skills
  • Ability to work and thrive both independently and in a team environment
  • Experience managing volunteers and ensuring top quality deliverables
  • Willing to work afternoons, evenings, and some weekends
  • Willingness to be trained and conduct data management and tracking of outreach
  • Must have current California driver’s license, auto, and auto liability insurance; mileage and travel expenses are reimbursed

To Apply:
Email resume and brief cover letter to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Please put “Outreach” in the subject line.

Diverse applicants are strongly encouraged to apply. Alcohol Justice does not discriminate against its employees or applicants based on race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, medical condition, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, or on any other impermissible basis.