Literacy for Environmental Justice seeks Development Director and Community Programs Manager


Literacy for Environmental Justice is hiring! LEJ promotes ecological health, environmental stewardship, and community development in Southeast San Francisco by creating urban greening, eco-literacy, community stewardship and workforce development opportunities that directly engage and support local residents in securing a healthier future.


Development Director


The Development Director will:

Islais Place is now leasing brand new units!
100 apartments at 4840 Mission Street available for lease through DAHLIA San Francisco Housing Portal!

Households must have a minimum monthly income of two times the rent. Households must earn no more than the gross monthly income listed below: Applications and more info available on DAHLIA San Francisco Housing Portal:

The applications deadline is September 28th, 2023 at 5PM. Applications must be submitted online at from September 7 to September 28, 2023. For assistance, contact one of the housing counseling agencies listed at

This property has some units with special features for mobility impaired or sensory impaired households. Several preferences apply; learn more at

Income and other restrictions apply. Section 8 welcome. Equal Housing Opportunity.

1) lead and coordinate individual donor fundraising, in conjunction with Board Members, the Executive Director, and Staff;

2) Collaborate with Staff and Grantwriting Consultant to complete grants and contracts reporting compliance and applications; and

3) conduct financial planning and management related to these preceding work areas at a time of steady organizational growth.


Community Programs Manager


The Community Programs Manager will design, lead, and support the implementation of our public engagement programs at a time of steady organizational growth and development. The position will manage programs that connect marginalized youth and other San Franciscans with nature by getting their ‘hands on the land’ through experiential environmental education, service-learning, habitat stewardship, outdoor recreation, and ‘green-collar’ workforce development for upwards of 600 mainly low-income youth of-color and 500 volunteers annually.


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