Haight Street Is Hiring

By Camden Avery - Published on May 24, 2014.

Looking for some extra cash? With the city unemployment rate at a record low, new grads out of school, and the summer nearly upon us, you might be thinking it's time to try your hand at a new job. Here's who's hiring now.


Ambiance is looking for sales/stylist assistants for all locations, including the one at 1458 Haight, starting at $12 an hour plus benefits. Apply over here.

If you're into clothes, there's also Crossroads and Decades of Fashion (call 415-551-1563 or walk in for Decades). 

Haight Street Market is also putting out a call for their sales staff at the deli and the cash register (email only!). 

There are also a couple of specialized, skilled labor spots open: Bladerunners is hiring a stylist at 1792 Haight, and American Cyclery is looking for a mechanic.

Feeling more non-profit oriented and civic-minded? That's okay, too.

Faces SF at the corner of Page and Masonic is looking for a lead teacher to direct the facility, maintain accreditation and develop curriculum planning.

There are also a whole host of openings at the Academy of Sciences, including for head librarian, social media coordinator, and web developer. And the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (which includes the de Young, of course) is looking for a tech director, a curator and a couple of conservators.

So polish off that resume and get cracking. Or if you're happy just doing what you're doing, that's okay, too: we'll see you around this weekend for a sangria and some record shopping.

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