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Alumni-to-Alumni Employment Opportunities

A listing of job opportunities offered from Woodbury alumni to Woodbury alumni.


Employment Opportunties

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Gnomon School of Visual Effects is the world leader in visual effects and animation for the film and gaming industry. We are seeking a creative that has a passion for what our school specializes in.

We are looking for an Admissions Advisor that is responsible for the general recruitment of qualified candidates for the school’s academic programs, which includes providing basic information, routine guidance and assistance to potential students on matters related to enrollment and the admissions process.

Experience in Admissions or Recruitment is not required—rather, we are seeking a creative individual, with at least a Bachelor’s degree in visual arts, to join our team to discuss student art portfolios with college hopefuls. Individuals who do not possess skills in art creation, digital production, or critique need not apply.

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A local, Burbank nonprofit is looking for a Graphic Designer to help with a print project. They are looking for someone that would donate their time in exchange for some portfolio pieces. They are looking for two postcards and a poster to start.

If you are interested, please contact LeAnn Chaparro for details at

Are you driven by helping people? H&R Block is looking to hire Associate Team Leaders who will be passionate about our purpose: To provide help and inspire confidence in our clients and communities everywhere.

As an Associate Team Leader for H&R Block, you will support a single retail office during tax season to deliver a world class client experience and assist with the daily supervision of tax office associates. Prior tax preparation experience is not required as this role does not prepare taxes. You’ll begin working a flexible part-time schedule in early December as you ramp up for the busy tax season and transition to a full-time schedule from January through April. After working a successful tax season, you may find that you want to apply to return for subsequent seasons, or even apply for advancement opportunities.

What you’ll do…

• Support the Multi-Unit Team Leader, serving as onsite point of contact for tax office associates and clients, ensuring quality and consistent execution that will allow us to promote the value of H&R Block
• Execute and hold all tax office associates accountable to Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) execution and client service experience, with escalation to the Multi-Unit Team Leader and District General manager as necessary
• Serve as point of contact for onsite escalated client service concerns
• Ensure clients are scheduled properly and conflicts are resolved, with escalation to the Multi-Unit Team Leader and District General Manager as necessary
• Lead the office from the front desk, providing phone coverage and engaging with clients to deliver an outstanding experience
• Lead daily activities to ensure that all tax office associates are scheduled, and work is completed according to deadlines, with attention to quality standards, priorities and overall goals
• Lead daily huddles and communicate essential information to office associates

What you will bring to the team…

• Prior experience working in customer service or similar role
• Strong organizational skills and ability to plan and manage day-to-day office operations
• Customer-centric mindset and strong communication skills
• Computer proficient with the ability to use MS Office
• Demonstrated ability to work independently with minimal supervision
• Passionate, determined, resilient under stress and a will to win attitude
• Able to work a flexible work schedule of 40 hours per week and flexibility based on business needs • High school diploma / equivalent or higher

It would be even better if you also had…

• Experience supervising or managing people
• History of delivering outstanding customer experiences Bilingual candidates strongly encouraged to apply!

Visit the HR Block website to apply

Use district #5704 and office #3814

Shared by Sandra Betancourt (Class of 2012)

Are you a passionate people leader, capable of managing multiple offices? Do you want to work for six months of the year, and have the remainder of the year free to pursue other interests? H&R Block is looking for a Multi-Unit Team Leader to accelerate our seasonal tax business by managing three H&R Block offices and providing leadership to the customer-centric teams that work within them.

As a Multi-Unit Team Leader, you will serve as the front-line manager responsible for leadership and development of associates, delivering an outstanding client experience, and achieving all office related growth objectives (i.e., clients, revenue and earnings) for three tax offices. Prior tax preparation experience is not required. You’ll begin working a flexible part-time schedule in the fall as you ramp up for the busy tax season, then transition to a full-time schedule from January through April. After working a successful tax season, you may find that you want to apply to return for subsequent seasons, or even apply for advancement opportunities.

What you’ll do…

• Manage office staffing, operations, and logistics for three offices with support from two Associate Team Leaders
• Partner with the District General Manager (DGM) to create and implement office-level growth plans and client growth targets, which includes developing local partnerships and managing office community involvement
• Assist the DGM in recruiting and interviewing candidates for tax office associate positions
• Build an engaging team environment, across all offices, by training and coaching associates while holding them accountable to execute on Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and recognizing outstanding associate contributions
• Conduct timely performance reviews and partner with Associate Relations Center to resolve associate issues and address performance concerns • Lead daily team meetings and communicate essential information to tax office associates
• Create associate work schedules across all offices and ensure accurate timekeeping, as well as labor management, for staff in all offices
• Travel between the three offices as required
• May prepare tax returns, as needed

What you’ll bring to the team…

• People management experience, with the demonstrated ability to grow and develop associates
• Demonstrated aptitude for growth plan execution and ability to lead towards growth culture
• Strong decision-making and judgment skills and the ability to function well in a fast-paced environment with minimal supervision
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills, and a customer-centric mindset that seeks to understand and exceed client needs
• Computer proficient with the ability to use MS Office
• Bachelor’s degree in a related field, or high school diploma with the equivalent combination of experience
• Successful completion of the H&R Block Tax Knowledge Assessment or Income Tax Course (if preparing tax returns)
It would be even better if you also had…
• Multi-unit people management experience in the retail, restaurant, banking, or other related industry; management of people within military service positions can also be a good fit

Bilingual candidates strongly encouraged to apply!

Visit the HR Block website to apply

Use district #5704 and office #3814

Job Description

Staff Accountant

Alpa Construction, Inc. a family owned diverse real estate company is seeking a full time team member . The role requires someone who is well organized and can manage multiple tasks.   This candidate will have broad exposure to all aspects of real estate with emphasis in real estate development and construction.  Property management is always a plus.  Responsibilities include:

  • Prepare and analyze financial statements and budgets
  • Bank and credit card reconciliations
  • Manage and reconcile G/L
  • Manage CAM charges
  • Manage fixed assets
  • Strong Technical and computer skills

Job Requirements

  • Interest in real estate and Knowledge of construction process
  • Technical and computer skills
  • Work independently
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Maintain professional conduct at all times
  • Perform all other related duties as assigned


  • Bachelor’s Degree required (Accounting or Finance degree preferred)
  • Minimum 4 years work real estate experience
  • Strong excel
  • Experience with property management software

We are seeking a full time person who is willing to contribute in a small and expanding environment.  We offer a competitive compensation based on experience and believe there is plenty of career growth within the firm.  You can visit us online to see some of our work at

Shared by Dove H. Pressnall (Class of 1995)

The Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) is seeking a skilled program coordinator for their signature program, Speak Up! Community Advocates.  Speak Up! supports individuals with lived experience of homelessness to build storytelling and leadership skills in service of advocating for themselves and their communities.

This contract position is flexible, demanding, and an excellent fit for someone coming out of a BA program, a non-traditional student who has relevant work experience, or someone who has done program management, organizing or social work now doing graduate studies.

CSH is seeking a skilled program coordinator for our signature Speak Up! Community Advocates initiative. Speak Up! supports individuals with lived experience of homelessness to build storytelling and leadership skills in service of advocating for themselves and their communities. Now in its 6thth year, the Speak Up! initiative has become a touchstone in Los Angeles’ community efforts to end homelessness. Virtually every segment of homeless services sector recognizes and leverages the Speak Up! program’s leadership in elevating the participation of those most impacted by the sector’s work.

This is a contracted position for one year with a possibility of renewal.  The Program Coordinator will provide key administrative, logistical, and programmatic support related to the Speak UP! and Tenant Knowledge Exchange (TKE)(Speak Up! Alumni) programs.

Planned activities:

With guidance of the Senior Program Manager (SPM) –

  • Support an atmosphere of community, consistency and open communication.
  • Coordinate and support workshop facilitation including scheduling and agenda development.
  • Act as liaison with participants and volunteers ensuring appropriate supports are available and implemented per Speak Up! program standards.
  • Coordinate, track and ensure completion of supporting documentation for workshop trainings, advisory and alumni meetings, individual coaching sessions, and other program activities including outside speaking engagements and legislative visits.
  • Develop and sustain working relationships with community partners
  • Coordinate outreach, recruitment, scheduling, and interviews of new participants and volunteer coaches.
  • Create and formalize mechanisms to streamline reporting, tracking and system evaluations.
  • Serve as point person for participants, volunteer coaches and partner organizations.
  • Ensure advocate support for all activities per standards of Speak Up! program.

Expected time commitment and compensation
Contract length: One year
Available funding: $35,000 – $40,000, DOE
This position requires the contractor to commit an average of 35 hours per week for one year and be prepared to be responsive to program needs throughout the work week, with occasional weekend needs.


Application Process and Vendor Requirements:
To apply for this opportunity email Ann English at 

Applications will be evaluated based on the following criteria:

  • Demonstrated successful performance of substantially similar work.
  • Passion and commitment to social justice and individual empowerment.
  • Relevant project work illustrating initiative, detail orientation, focus, and follow through.
  • Sense of humor, flexibility, and ability to work well with others.
  • Experience with volunteer management and diverse populations.
  • Demonstrated ability to prioritize and follow through on multiple projects effectively.
  • Experience and expertise (Direct service experience required / Trauma informed Care training highly desirable).
  • Special consideration will be given to small, disadvantaged, minority or women-owned businesses and those with lived experience of homelessness.

Please note that CSH requires subcontractors, including individuals and sole proprietors, to carry workers’ compensation insurance while performing work under a CSH subcontract. CSH can assist with securing the required workers’ compensation insurance.

CSH subcontractors cannot have existing, pending or expired debarments or other preclusions on doing business with (either directly or indirectly) with the United States government and cannot have convictions for, nor have any pending indictments for, fraud or a criminal offense in connection with a public contract or subcontract

Job Title: SCGA Junior Coach
Organizational Unit: SCGA Junior
Reports To: Golf Instructor
Hours: Weekly schedule includes 15-29 hours at SCGA Junior’s newest golf instruction
site at Woodley Lakes GC in the San Fernando Valley and outreach initiatives
within this community.
SCGA Junior:
SCGA Junior’s mission is to engage under-served youth in the lifelong benefits of golf so that they can
achieve their dreams and potential. SCGA Junior creates local golf communities that provide a safe,
supportive, and encouraging environment for youth to have fun, explore their future, and develop the
necessary skills to achieve their goals. Through its programs, SCGA Junior fulfills its mission by achieving
the following goals:

• Creating affordable access to golf for all youth
• Teaching smart decision-making skills both on and off the course
• Developing a culture of healthy lifestyles

The SCGA Junior Golf Foundation was founded in 1983 through a gift from the PGA Championship,
which was played at Riviera Country Club. It is the charitable arm of the Southern California Golf
Association, which is one of the nation’s oldest and largest amateur golf associations.
Available Position: SCGA Junior Coach (Part-Time)
The coach will be responsible for supporting the SCGA Junior player development program. The
responsibilities of the coach include, but are not limited to:

• Assisting the SCGA Junior Golf Instructors and the staff at the facility with the delivery of the golf curriculum each practice
• Making sure classes are engaging and energized
• Assisting with the coordination, distribution and logging of equipment and program materials
• Coach is required to collect baseline and end line surveys, and daily attendance
• Assisting golf instructors with assessment data which includes the delivery, input and filing of
the information obtained
• Assisting golf instructors with the day of class schedule, lesson planning, set up and clean up
• Leading additional golf activities to include on course play and other activities on non-practice days
• Assisting with the planning, organization, and implementation of special events in the community with the goal of engaging new participants
• Providing feedback and suggestions to SCGA Junior staff on how to best utilize time and resources on class days
• Strategically help plan and implement events and extra opportunities for instruction participants outside of class to improve the program

• Experience playing team sports. Golf experience is preferred.
• Volunteer experience working with youth, preferably in sports.
• Must be outgoing and enjoy public speaking.
• Must have excellent oral and written communication skills; must be detailed oriented and wellorganized.
• Ability to integrate diverse viewpoints, ideas, and opinions working with staff, and industry stakeholders.
• Must be willing to learn, be a good team member, and bring a creative energy to the position.
• Proficient in using Microsoft Office.
• Must have reliable transportation.

Schedule and Pay:
The coach will work on a part-time basis up to 29 hours per week. This will include after school hours and weekends. The coach will be expected to attend all program sessions, helping the instructors with setup/cleanup, curriculum implementation and administration. SCGA Junior coaches are paid on a biweekly schedule. Coaches are paid $12.00/hour.

Qualified individuals who meet the job requirements should submit their resume with a cover letter
indicating “SCGA Junior SFV Coach Opening” in the subject line to Bryan Stauffer at

Seeking an Unreal Engine Developer to work with our team to help develop several VR titles using UE4.

Job Description

Experience and knowledge in development of gaming, VR and AR using Unreal Engine 4 (preferably 2+)

3D modeling experience, texturing experience and the ability to code and architect various core engine systems

The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:

  • Responsible for the performance and features on multiple platforms.
  • Implement practical and timely solutions that meet the experience design and technical requirements.
  • Can follow industry coding standards and help to enforce good programming practices.
  • Maintain Unreal source code.
  • Optimize code and data for memory usage and performance as required.
  • Enhance and maintain the graphics of Unreal while creating new features.
  • Positive attitude, hard work ethic, attention to detail and a problem solver
  • Someone with good communication, takes direction well and also very self motivated and disciplined
  • Worked on gaming titles (VR a big plus) using the Unreal Engine

Please email resume to: