Special Olympics Northern California & Nevada (SONC/SONV) improves the quality of life for people with intellectual disabilities, such as Down Syndrome and Autism, by providing them with year-round sports training and competition opportunities. Our 23,925 Special Olympics athletes participate in 14 different sports, cultivating a variety of life skills and accessing services that improve their health.  Through our community-based sports programs and our schools partnership programs, our athletes and their families develop a supportive network that last a lifetime!  

CURRENT JOB OPENINGS

Position - Vice President, Marketing & Communications

Report to - President & CEO

Location - Pleasant Hill Office

Job Duties

We are looking for a Vice President, Marketing & Communications. Reporting to the President and CEO, the Vice President, Marketing & Communications will oversee the development and management of SONC’s brand and marketing and communication efforts required to support the long-term strategic direction of the organization. They will ensure the integration of effective marketing and communication strategies, both internally and externally, across all functional areas of SONC, and provide day-to-day leadership of the Marketing & Communications Department.

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Position - Competition Manager

Report to - Sr. Regional Sports Director

Location - Sacramento Office

Job Duties

We are currently seeking an enthusiastic and energetic individual to be responsible for oversee our community sports competition structure in Northern California.  This is an event management position with supervisory responsibilities of volunteers.  This is a full-time position requiring local/regional travel and evening/weekend work with support from other sports team members throughout Northern California and Nevada.

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Position - Sr. Director, Information Technology

Report to - Chief Operations Officer

Location - Pleasant Hill Office

Job Duties

We are looking for a Senior Director, Information Technology. This is an exciting opportunity to build the strategy, infrastructure and technology practices for a high impact non-profit. Special Olympics has a need for a clear, scalable IT strategy. This role designs, develops, maintains and enhances systems to improve operations and data cohesiveness, and to meet the current and future needs of the organization.

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Position - Executive Assistant

Report to - President & CEO

Location - Pleasant Hill Office

Job Duties

The ideal candidate for this non-exempt, full time position will be someone with an outgoing personality and a proven track record of organizational skills and customer service. This new role will have the opportunity to manage Board of Director communication, which includes scheduling meetings, orchestrating Government Relations outreach, inviting and scheduling Special Olympics events, and providing administrative support to the President & CEO.

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Position - Development Coordinator

Report to - Development Director

Location - Pleasant Hill Office

Job Duties

As an integral part of Special Olympics Northern California (SONC) Development Team, the Development Coordinator reports to the Development Director and provides administrative support and assistance with development and project coordination to all members of the Development team in the execution of organizational initiatives. The Development Coordinator, based in the Pleasant Hill headquarters office, directly interfaces with internal and external stakeholders including staff, volunteers, vendors and partners. The ideal candidate for this non-exempt, 35 hour per week position will be an organized and driven systems thinker, who is a strong writer and project manager and who thrives in a collaborative environment.

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