Job Openings

SCRAP is currently hiring for a few positions!

Please review the opportunities below. If you think you'd be a great addition to our SCRAP team, please send your resume and a cover letter to our Programs Director, Danielle Grant, at

Programs Coordinator

***Please note. Candidates who don't provide a Cover Letter will not be considered for this position.***

Position Overview: The SCRAP Programs Coordinator will be responsible for supporting the Programs Director and is tasked with assisting SCRAP’s arts education programming as well as assisting in strategic marketing and administration efforts for the organization as a whole.

SCRAP is encouraging applicants who want to grow with the organization and is looking for upward mobility opportunities within the nonprofit industry.


Program Coordination (80%)

  • SCRAP in a Box: management of art supplies for weekly classes, additional program assistance where needed

  • SCRAP in a Box: overseeing lesson planning with teaching artists

  • SCRAP in a Box: documenting classes and managing all assets for granting and marketing purposes

  • Workshops: assistance with Eventbrite management and materials collection

  • Programs Marketing: Supporting with designing flyers, lesson plan guides, creating and managing design assets

  • Programs Metrics: Assisting programs director with documenting program progress, creating and disseminating surveys,

  • Corporate Workshops: Assisting with ideation, management of materials and metrics collection

Administration (10%)

  • Mail management: sorting and processing incoming mail. Also process outgoing mail of payments, taxes, etc.

  • Processing incoming checks

  • Print and mail thank you letters for individuals who make monetary donations

  • Other administrative tasks as needed.

Event Management (10%)

  • Assistance with fundraising events

  • Scheduling, planning the logistics and staffing/participation of the outreach events (creative reuse demonstrations, pop-ups, participation in local events, tabling opportunities, etc.). Some of these events take place on the weekends and evenings.


  • The ability to work in high-pressure situations and to “think on your feet.”

  • Exceptional people skills, and experience working with children a plus.

  • Talent in taking initiative, prioritizing, and staying organized.

  • Computer and software savvy (Sendinblue (Mail Chimp), Eventbrite, Zoom, Microsoft Office, Google Suite, Canva) especially to access, input and retrieve work-related information and to prepare written documents.

  • Passion for SCRAP’s mission

  • Experience in the arts is a plus

  • Job duties are primarily to be performed at the SCRAP Bayview Depot

  • A minimum of an associate degree with professional experience


  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms and talk or hear.

  • The employee is occasionally required to sit.

  • The employee must be able to lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.

  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.

  • The employee must have a valid driver’s license and ideally own a vehicle to support off-site activities


This position will report to the Executive Director with dotted line reporting to the Programs & Outreach Manager and Operations Director.

Job Types: Part-time, 30 hours/week

Work Location: One location at SCRAP


  • Employee Discount

  • Paid Time Off

  • Health Care Premium Reimbursement Program


  • Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday (8 hour shifts)

  • Occasional weekends


SCRAP is a 501(c)3 nonprofit formed in the 1970s and located in the Bayview District of San

Francisco. SCRAP’s mission is to inspire creativity and environmental awareness in children and adults through promoting the creative reuse of materials that traditionally have been discarded as waste.

SCRAP collects donations of reusable arts and crafts supplies and redistributes them for low or no cost. These materials are sold at our Depot, distributed at free teacher giveaways, and used for our up-cycling classes and field trips.

We support:

  • Education: We help teachers and students by providing free and very low-cost supplies and field trips.

  • The Environment: By diverting more than 200 tons of materials from landfills annually, we help reduce pollution from many sources.

  • The Arts: We organize creative reuse classes and events, and help artists, crafters and makers get the supplies they need at very low cost.

  • Workforce Development: We create good jobs in one of San Francisco’s least affluent neighborhoods. We also provide vocational training to developmentally-challenged youth through SFUSD’s WorkAbility program.

Equal Employment Opportunity

It is the policy of SCRAP to provide equal employment opportunity for all applicants and employees. SCRAP does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, religious creed (including religious dress and religious grooming), sex (including pregnancy, perceived pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, or related medical conditions), gender, gender identity (including transgender identity and transitioning), gender expression and sex stereotyping, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, physical or mental disability, legally protected medical condition or information (including genetic information), family care or medical leave status, military caregiver status, military status, veteran status, marital status, domestic partner status, sexual orientation, status as a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking, enrollment in a public assistance program, engaging in protected communications regarding employee wages, requesting a reasonable accommodation on the basis of disability or bona fide religious belief or practice, or any other basis protected by local, state, or federal laws. Consistent with the law, SCRAP also makes reasonable accommodations for disabled applicants and employees; for pregnant employees who request an accommodation with the advice of their health care providers, for pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions; for employees who are victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking; and for applicants and employees based on their religious beliefs and practices.

Teaching Artist

SCRAP’s Mission

Our mission is to inspire creativity and environmental stewardship in children and adults by promoting the creative reuse of materials that traditionally have been discarded as waste, focusing on providing resources and programs to our under-served communities. At SCRAP, we believe that all youth deserve a high quality arts education, and that equal access to art materials and instruction should be available to everyone regardless of economic status.

Seeking Teaching Artists in the Visual Arts

We are seeking working teaching artists who work primarily in the visual arts to support our arts education program, SCRAP in a Box, which is administered during the fall, spring and summer semesters in multiple week units where relationships with students are central to the position. We work through partnerships with community organizations and afterschool programs with students from ages 5-17

We want to work with teaching artists who are interested in working collaboratively with our programs department to design and develop curriculum utilizing repurposed materials from SCRAP and with lesson plans that relate to or emphasize environmental consciousness.

We would like applicants to have a demonstrated commitment to developing connections with students and who have the ability to develop hands-on visual arts projects that integrate critical thinking, individual learning skills, and collaborative communication.

Our teaching artists will be paid as independent contractors, and submit invoices for payment. Hours range from 10-25 hours per week.

We are looking for applicants who can teach both fashion design and general art classes. We serve students in subsidized public after school programs in the Bayview with 86% that identify as students of color. We are seeking candidates that can relate to our students, their culture and their values.


  • Available from 11am - 6pm, Monday through Friday

  • General arts education experience

  • Fashion design/sewing skills highly preferred

  • Spanish speakers highly preferred

  • Active in your art form on a professional level

  • Experience teaching visual arts to a diverse group of young people with an emphasis on K-5

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.

  • Ability to collaborate on designing curriculum

  • Ability to work with partner programs and problem solve in onsite scenarios


To apply or request more information, please email or send your résumé to Danielle Grant. Please also include a cover letter, brief bio, examples of professional work, and any work that you have completed with students, as well as a sample project proposal. For more information about SCRAP in a Box, visit our website:

Send resumes to:

Job Types: Part-time, Contract

Pay: $35.00 per hour

COVID-19 considerations: Teachers must wear a face-mask when attending schools in person.

Education: Bachelor's (Preferred)

Experience: Teaching: 1+ year (Preferred)

Work Location: Multiple Locations