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There are many reasons people work for the American Red Cross Bay Area. They make a difference in their communities, enjoy a professional, collegial and dedicated work environment, appreciate generous benefits that reward their hard work, and receive the satisfaction of knowing that their work saves lives.

The American Red Cross Bay Area serves the counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo and Solano. Unless otherwise noted, all jobs posted are based in our San Francisco office.

Disaster Services Human Resources Specialist
In collaboration with other Specialists, engages in preparedness activities focused on building the Human Resources capability within the Bay Area. The Disaster Services Human Resources Specialist (DSHR) coordinates a system of deployment of staff to disaster relief operations, monitors the training and advancement of staff and actively promotes development of staff. Read more...

Payroll Specialist
The Payroll/Human Resources Specialist serves as an integral part of the Human Resources team and is responsible for preparing and processing payroll and processing benefits-related invoices and receipts, and insuring that these charges are reconciled to the general ledger. Read more...

Customer Service Representative (Temp 4-6 months)
The Customer Service Representative interfaces with in-bound calls from clients and customers primarily over the phone and occasionally in person. The function of the position is to give information about safety training, register participants for classes, and answer questions related to programs, certificates and prices. Read more...

American Red Cross, Bay Area Chapter
Attn: Human Resources
85 Second Street, 8th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105

Fax: (415) 427-8122

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