North Coast SBDCEureka and Crescent City California

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Center Operations Coordinator

Official Position Description

Do you love our region's small businesses? Want to work where your gifts for keeping things organized and humming along will be celebrated? Join the North Coast SBDC team as our next Center Operations Coordinator. Competitive pay, great co-workers, (somewhat) flexible hours, important mission, professional advancement potential. Bilingual English-Spanish preferred. Help our community’s small businesses access the help they need to succeed.

Full time (32-40 hours/week) with full benefits. $35,000-$45,000 DOE, non-exempt.

North Coast SBDC welcomes and celebrates qualified applicants of all identities and backgrounds. Please apply by May 1st, or email to ask for extension.


Download and carefully read the North Coast SBDC Center Operations Coordinator job description and application details. Qualified applicants should submit the following items via email to

  1. One Page Cover letter (in pdf format if possible please)
  2. Résumé or CV (in pdf format if possible please)
  3. Three professional reference contacts (we will wait to contact your references until after we've had an interview with you)
  4. Completed official HSU application: 

  5. HSU SPF Employee Information Form for Applicants:

Incomplete applications can't be considered. Please use Adobe Acrobat PDF for your cover letter and resume if you can so we don't have to ask you to convert file formats. We will contact applicants to schedule an interview, but may not otherwise be in touch during this busy period.

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It all starts here. Complete the application and submit your request. A member of the SBDC will follow up with you and help you achieve your small business goals -- at no cost to you.
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