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Program Coordinator I - (1700028P) - Security Operations Controller
Commonwealth of Massachusetts - Department of Transportation

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Description
The Security Operations Controller position shall be part of a security operations desk responsible for monitoring and responding to critical security and safety alarms across all MassDOT divisions including Highway, Rail and Transit, Registry of Motor Vehicles and Aeronautics.

• Monitor system generated alarms and use video to verify response.
• Coordinate alarm response with MBTA Transit Police, MBTA Operations Control Center (OCC), Highway Operations Control (HOC), Mass. State Police, Registry of Motor Vehicles branches and local law enforcement or other agencies as directed.
• Create work orders for internal personnel or contractors for incident response or system maintenance.
• Perform door and gate operations, including lock/unlock, open/close and video verification.
• Assist investigations, including review of video, alarm and access archives.
• Monitor all security system status and report systems requiring intervention.
• Produce reports and analyze data from security system.
• Performs other duties of a similar nature as may be required and directed by the Security and Emergency Management Department.
• Complies with all policies, practices and safety procedures.
• Personnel must have computer skills necessary to run security programs and make necessary configuration changes to access levels.
• Personnel shall have experience working in security or security related system management
• Personnel should have experience using video surveillance and access control
• Strong Interpersonal skills.
• Ability to work in a team environment.
• Ability to operate a computer including Microsoft Office Suite.
• Experience with Lenel a plus

For purposes of bargaining unit designation, Unit 6 is equivalent to MassDOT Unit D.

Minimum Entrance Requirements:

Applicants must have at least (A) two years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, professional, administrative or managerial experience in business administration, business management or public administration the major duties of which involved program management, program administration, program coordination, program planning and/or program analysis, or (B) any equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitutions below.

Substitutions:

I. A Bachelor's or higher degree with a major in business administration, business management or public administration may be substituted for the required experience.*

II. A Bachelor's or higher degree with a major other than in business administration, business management or public administration may be substituted for a maximum of one year of the required experience.*

*Education toward such a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of the requirements actually completed.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENT: Based on assignment, possession of a current and valid Massachusetts Class D Motor Vehicle Operator's License may be required.

An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Official Title: Program Coordinator I
Primary Location: United States-Massachusetts-45 High Street
Job: Administrative Services
Agency: Massachusetts Department of Transportation
Schedule: Full-time
Shift: Day
Job Posting: Apr 19, 2017, 3:26:10 PM
Number of Openings: 1
Salary: 49,990.20 - 71,976.58 Yearly
If you have Diversity, Affirmative Action or Equal Employment Opportunity questions or need a Reasonable Accommodation, please contact Diversity Officer / ADA Coordinator: Derrick Mann (857-368-8541) /ADA Coordinator: Alan Motenko - 857-368-8738
Bargaining Unit: DOT

Posted 4/23/17


Diversity and Inclusion Manager (Official Title: Administrator IV)
Commonwealth of Massachusetts - Department of Transitional Assistance

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About DTA
The Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA) is the state agency responsible for administering public assistance programs to low-income residents of the Commonwealth. DTA is committed to providing a high level of service to all those in need of our services. The mission of the Department is to assist low-income individuals and families to meet their basic needs, increase their incomes and improve their quality of life. We serve one out of every nine people in Massachusetts – including working families, children, elders and people with disabilities. Our services include food and nutritional assistance, cash assistance, and employment supports. With our support, our clients are given the tools to improve their economic self-sufficiency.

POSITION OVERVIEW
The Department of Transitional Assistance (“DTA”) seeks a talented and motivated professional for the position of Diversity and Inclusion Manager. This position will develop, implement, and monitor the agency’s compliance and management of the Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action/ADA programs. The ideal candidate should have significant knowledge of federal/state laws, rules, regulations, policies, procedures governing the Office of Diversity’s operations and who is a self-starter.

The duties for this position include but are not limited to:
- Manage civil rights complaints and investigations, as well as partner with the Chief Legal Investigator to handle internal investigations.
- Manage and track all ADA accommodation requests across the agency
- Communicate with employees and vendors regarding ADA accommodation request.
- Track affirmative action referrals and other candidate referrals.
- Support ADA equipment ordering and installation for accommodations
- Develop proposals for reasonable accommodations, correspondences and drafting documentation for all ADA accommodations decisions.
- Support the hiring process to ensure fair and equitable access and opportunity and alignment with agency’s affirmative action and diversity plans and where applicable.
- Direct career fairs and vocational events to recruit candidates for bargaining unit, management and other specialized positions.
- Coordinate and provide administrative support for the agency’s diversity council.
- Serve as co-chair of the agency’s diversity council, as well as the Veteran’s Coordinator.
- Assist to implement programs and strategies established in the agency’s Workforce Planning Action - Plan and Affirmative Action Corrective Action Plan to support the agency’s work towards meeting the Commonwealth’s parity goals.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
- Bachelor’s degree.
- At least four years’ experience in a Human Resource position with consideration given for the equivalent educational experience.
- Working knowledge of federal and state employment laws.
- Familiarity with the content and interpretation of the various collective bargaining unit agreements affecting agency employees.
- Ability to conduct sexual harassment and discrimination investigations, and to render decisions and proposed resolutions in a timely manner.
- Ability to provide accommodations pursuant to ADA, ADAAA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
- Ability to develop and implement policies, procedures and initiatives to achieve agency goals and objectives pursuant to EEO/AA and Diversity strategies.
- Outstanding interpersonal skills and professional workplace etiquette.
- Demonstrated leadership skills.
- Strong organizational and project management skills.

A criminal background check will be completed on the recommended candidate as required by the regulations set forth by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services prior to the candidate being hired. For more information, please visit http://www.mass.gov/hhs/cori and click on "Information for Job Applicants".

Education, licensure and certifications will be verified in accordance with the Human Resources Division’s Hiring Guidelines

Education and license/certification information provided by the selected candidate(s) is subject to the Massachusetts Public Records Law and may be published on the Commonwealth’s website.

For questions, please contact the CYF Office of Human Resources at 1-800-510-4122 and select option #2.

Qualifications
MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must have at least (A) four years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, professional, administrative, supervisory, or managerial experience in business administration, business management or public administration, and (B) of which at least three years must have been in a supervisory or managerial capacity, or (C) any equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitutions below.

Substitutions:
I. A Master's or higher degree with a major in business administration, management, public administration, industrial engineering, industrial psychology, or hospital administration may be substituted for a maximum of one year of the required (A) experience.*

*Education toward a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of the requirements actually completed.

An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Official Title: Administrator IV
Primary Location: United States-Massachusetts-600 Washington Street
Job: Management
Agency: Department of Transitional Assistance
Schedule: Full-time
Shift: Day
Job Posting: Apr 20, 2017, 3:04:38 PM
Number of Openings: 1
Salary: 35,247.68 - 95,078.02 Yearly
If you have Diversity, Affirmative Action or Equal Employment Opportunity questions or need a Reasonable Accommodation, please contact Diversity Officer / ADA Coordinator: Thomas Massimo - 617-348-5169
Bargaining Unit: M99-Managers (EXE)

Posted 4/23/17


Research Analyst I - (1700029T)
Commonwealth of Massachusetts - Department of Public Health

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Duties and Responsibilities
- Receive and process requests for records and information by monitoring regular and electronic mail, fax correspondence, data transmissions and telephone calls for incoming inquiries.
- Research and retrieve records and information by conducting searches in open - source and secure electronic databases, hard files and existing paper and electronic document collections to locate or access any available data.
- Manage and monitor division's quality control documents, ordering & chemical inventory.
- Perform basic analysis, prepare reports and related documentation to present research outcomes and to respond formally to records and information requests.
- Review reports, manifests, registers and similar publications to determine if standard agency notices or correspondence must be generated and mailed to appropriate parties for matters such as tax, financial or legal obligations, actions and transactions.
- Submit reports, documents and/or spreadsheets for internal dissemination to comply with agency policy and programmatic requirements, to provide necessary updates to colleagues and stakeholders; and to facilitate administrative processes as needed.
- Provide customer service and act as a liaison between the agency, the public and other stakeholders by offering direction, clarification, instruction and supplemental information to telephone callers, site visitors and other inquirers about the processes, procedures, and protocols for obtaining records and data from the agency.
- Create and maintain case or electronic files by merging, purging, updating and moving documents, data and/or records under supervisory review for conformance with applicable laws, rules, and regulations.
- Compile and triage data from source documents and follow technical protocols, including data entry and data cleaning, according to established processes and utilizing LIMS system.
- Perform administrative support duties related to work unit programs and services.

About the Department of Public Health
The mission of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) is to prevent illness, injury, and premature death, to assure access to high quality public health and health care services, and to promote wellness and health equity for all people in the Commonwealth. We envision a Commonwealth in which all people enjoy optimal health. Massachusetts ranks among the healthiest of states according to comparative analyses, but we face numerous challenges, including chronic and infectious disease, substance abuse, violence, preventable hospitalizations, and health disparities.

DPH coordinates programs and policies to address specific diseases and conditions and offer services to address the needs of vulnerable populations. We also develop, implement, promote, and enforce regulations and policies to assure that the conditions under which people live are most conducive to health and enable people to make healthy choices for themselves and their families. We license health professionals, healthcare facilities and a variety of businesses that impact public health. We operate the state laboratory and four public health hospitals. We monitor health status and manage vital records including births, marriages and deaths. We educate people about public health issues and work closely with local boards of health and community partners to identify and solve public health problems.

Total Compensation
As an employee of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you are offered a great career opportunity influencing a wide-spectrum of services to the diverse populations we serve - but it's more than a paycheck. The State's total compensation package features an outstanding set of employee benefits which you should consider towards your overall compensation, including:
- 75% state paid medical insurance premium
- Reasonable Dental and Vision Plans
- Flexible Spending Account and Dependent Care Assistance programs
- Low cost basic and optional life insurance
- Retirement Savings: State Employees' Pension and a Deferred Compensation 457(b) plan
- 11 paid holidays per year and competitive Sick, Vacation and Personal Time
- Tuition Remission for employee and spouse at state colleges and universities
- Short-Term Disability and Extended Illness program participation options
- Incentive-based Wellness Programs
- Professional Development and Continuing Education opportunities
- Qualified Employer for Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Program

Pre-Hire Process
A criminal background check will be completed on the recommended candidate as required by the regulations set forth by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services prior to the candidate being hired. For more information, please visit http://www.mass.gov/hhs/cori

Education, licensure and certifications will be verified in accordance with the Human Resources Division's Hiring Guidelines. Education and license/certification information provided by the selected candidate(s) is subject to the Massachusetts Public Record Law and may be published on the Commonwealth's website.

For questions, please contact Health Human Resources at 1-800-850-6968.

MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS
Applicants must have (A) at least two (2) years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, administrative, professional or technical experience in work involving research, data analysis, compliance, records management or program administration, or (B) any equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitutions below.

Incumbents may be required to have a current and valid motor vehicle driver’s license at a class level specific to assignment.

Substitutions
I. A Bachelor's degree or higher in a related field may be substituted for the required experience.
An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Official Title: Research Analyst I
Primary Location: United States-Massachusetts-Boston-305 South Street
Job: Legal Services
Agency: Department of Public Health
Schedule: Full-time
Shift: Day
Job Posting: Apr 21, 2017, 2:43:22 PM
Number of Openings: 1
Salary: 47,859.50 - 67,712.32 Yearly
If you have Diversity, Affirmative Action or Equal Employment Opportunity questions or need a Reasonable Accommodation, please contact Diversity Officer / ADA Coordinator: Engie Mota - 617-348-8471
Bargaining Unit: 06-NAGE - Professional Admin.

Posted 4/23/17


Policy Manager
Commonwealth of Massachusetts - Department of Public Health

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The Policy Manager is responsible for working across the Bureau to analyze and help implement policies associated with reducing or eliminating opportunities for exposures and adverse health impacts. This responsibility requires working with the Bureau's Senior Management, Program Directors, other Bureau staff, and the Office of General Counsel to interpret statutes, develop new regulations and policies, analyze legislation and develop legislative testimony, and analyze information to develop new initiatives. The Policy Manager will establish and oversee a Bureau Policy Working Group of internal professional colleagues familiar with the Bureau's priority policy issues. The Policy Manager supports the Bureau's senior managers to develop programmatic and policy priorities.

The Policy Manager also assists other DPH managers on policies and regulations that require the collaboration of multiple stakeholders. As a point person for the Bureau with the Commissioner's office, the Policy Manager works with the Department's Director of Government Affairs to coordinate BEH-related policy work with the Commissioner's Office. The Policy Manager processes requests for information from the Commissioner's Office, communicating with senior Bureau staff to fill the requests. The Policy Manager also works the Director of the DPH Communications Office to prepare press releases and respond to press inquiries, and is responsible for planning and coordinating special projects and supervises professional, administrative, and clerical staff as assigned.

The position requires regular contact with Bureau staff; staff from the Commissioner's Office; contacts from other federal/state/local agencies; legislators; representatives of environmental and health-related organizations and industries; and consumers. The individual in this position participates in public meetings where often conflicting views are presented. The Bureau's actions taken to protect the public's health may occasionally have a financial impact on the regulated community, or raise objections on the part of regulated establishments and consumers. The Policy Manager does not directly manage a budget but does provide significant support to the Bureau senior staff and the Commissioner's Office related to BEH budgetary planning.

The Policy Manager reports directly to the Bureau Director who provides general guidance and oversight. The Deputy Director, DPH legal counsel, and Director of Government Affairs provide review, guidance, and support on an ongoing basis. Work performance is reviewed through written reports and conferences and success is measured through the successful planning of regulatory implementation, policy development, and interaction with and support given to senior staff and the Commissioner's Office.

Detailed Statements of Duties and Responsibilities:
- Manage Bureau's Policy Activities: Manage the planning, analysis, and implementation of policies and regulations for the Bureau of Environmental Health, collaborating with senior managers and staff to do so. Convene regular meetings of the Bureau's Policy Working Group. Draft new regulations and policies, analyze legislation and develop legislative testimony, and analyze and report on information to address changing needs as well as to develop new initiatives and programs.
- Coordinate with Commissioner's Office: Serve as the point person for the Bureau with the Commissioner's office and the Department's Director of Government Affairs on legislative and policy matters. Interact with the Commissioner's Office on matters brought before the Public Health Council. - Assist Bureau senior managers to prepare for Public Health Council presentations and present to the Public Health Council as appropriate. Coordinate press releases and press inquiries with the DPH Communications Office.
- Supervise activities of professional and support staff, as assigned: Perform personnel functions by interviewing and recommending the hiring of staff members, as assigned; provide or arrange for training for subordinates; evaluate subordinates' performance; and recommend personnel actions, such as promotions, transfers, or disciplinary action to ensure adequate and competent staffing.
- Must have direct knowledge of state and federal legislative and political processes and be able to identify and track bills relevant to the Bureau.
- Must be able to field inquiries from state and municipal officials, advocates and lobbyists on Bureau positions on environmental health issues and policies in a mature and thoughtful manner. Must also be able to work closely with other secretariats (e.g. EEA, MassDOT).
- Work under tight deadlines and multi-task regularly. The ability to prioritize competing demands is key to success in this position.
- Collaborate with senior managers in the Bureau who have very busy programs and schedules to manage.
- With the Bureau Director and Deputy Director, help formulate decisions and recommendations to the Commissioner's Office regarding particular courses of action with respect to regulation development and new policy initiatives.
- In collaboration with the Bureau senior management, determine legislative, budget, and policy priorities for the Bureau and develop plans for their advocacy/support and implementation.
- Recommend strategic policy for Bureau Director and Deputy Director consideration.
- Recommend regulations, policies, and legislative testimony for Bureau Director and Deputy Director consideration and review.
- Working with the Bureau Director and/or Deputy Director, you may delegate the operational aspects of projects and initiatives, as well as the technical research and drafting of regulations, policies, procedures and reports.
- May direct staff at a lower level for policy and/or administrative matters.
- Must demonstrate the ability to:
Establish clear goals and develop and implement plans to achieve them;
Work under specified deadlines in a dynamic environment;
Work with the DPH Communications Office to prepare press releases and respond to press
inquiries, coordinating with Bureau content experts as needed;
Coordinate the efforts of others in accomplishing assigned work objectives in accordance with policy priorities of the Bureau and the Department;
Conduct or participate in legal and policy research; interpret statutes, regulations, and sub-regulatory documents; and prepare policy briefs and statutory, regulatory, and sub-regulatory proposals;
Communicate clearly, concisely, logically, accurately and persuasively in written, verbal, and visual formats for internal and external meetings;
Foster and maintain productive harmonious relationships with other state, municipal and federal officials, non-government organizations, professionals and other stakeholders.
Agency Mission:

The mission of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) is to prevent illness, injury, and premature death, to assure access to high quality public health and health care services, and to promote wellness and health equity for all people in the Commonwealth.
We envision a Commonwealth in which all people enjoy optimal health. Massachusetts ranks among the healthiest of states according to comparative analyses, but we face numerous challenges, including chronic and infectious disease, substance abuse, violence, preventable hospitalizations, and health disparities.

DPH coordinates programs and policies to address specific diseases and conditions and offer services to address the needs of vulnerable populations. We also develop, implement, promote, and enforce regulations and policies to assure that the conditions under which people live are most conducive to health and enable people to make healthy choices for themselves and their families. We license health professionals, healthcare facilities and a variety of businesses that impact public health. We operate the state laboratory and four public health hospitals. We monitor health status and manage vital records including births, marriages and deaths. We educate people about public health issues and work closely with local boards of health and community partners to identify and solve public health problems.

Total Compensation:
As an employee of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you are offered a great career opportunity influencing a wide-spectrum of services to the diverse populations we serve - but it's more than a paycheck. The State's total compensation package features an outstanding set of employee benefits which you should consider towards your overall compensation, including:
- 75% state paid medical insurance premium
- Reasonable Dental and Vision Plans
- Flexible Spending Account and Dependent Care Assistance programs
- Low cost basic and optional life insurance
- Retirement Savings: State Employees' Pension and a Deferred Compensation 457(b) plan
- 11 paid holidays per year and competitive Sick, Vacation and Personal Time
- Tuition Remission for employee and spouse at state colleges and universities
- Short-Term Disability and Extended Illness program participation options
- Incentive-based Wellness Programs
- Professional Development and Continuing Education opportunities
- Qualified Employer for Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Program

Pre-Offer Process:
A criminal background check will be completed on the recommended candidate as required by the regulations set forth by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services prior to the candidate being hired. For more information, please visit http://www.mass.gov/hhs/cori

Education, licensure and certifications will be verified in accordance with the Human Resources Division’s Hiring Guidelines.

Education and license/certification information provided by the selected candidate(s) is subject to the Massachusetts Public Records Law and may be published on the Commonwealth’s website.

For questions, please contact Health Human Resources at 1-800-850-6968.

Qualifications
MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must have at least (A) four years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, professional, administrative, supervisory, or managerial experience in business administration, business management, or public administration and (B) of which at least three years must have been in a supervisory or managerial capacity or (C) any equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitutions below.

Substitutions:
I. A Master's or higher degree with a major in business administration, management, public administration, industrial engineering, industrial psychology, or hospital administration may be substituted for a maximum of one year of the required (A) experience.*

*Education toward such a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of the requirements actually completed.

An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Official Title: Program Manager IV
Primary Location: United States-Massachusetts-Boston-250 Washington Street
Job: Management
Agency: Department of Public Health
Schedule: Full-time
Shift: Day
Job Posting: Apr 20, 2017, 8:45:45 AM
Number of Openings: 1
Salary: 35,247.68 - 95,078.02 Yearly
If you have Diversity, Affirmative Action or Equal Employment Opportunity questions or need a Reasonable Accommodation, please contact Diversity Officer / ADA Coordinator: Engie Mota - 617-348-8471
Bargaining Unit: M99-Managers (EXE)

Posted 4/23/17


Director of Policy & Organizing, Massachusetts Coalition for Domestic Workers
Matahari Women Worker’s Center (MWWC) & MA Coalition for Domestic Workers (MCDW)

Job Description (Full-time, benefited)

Organizational Description

Founded in 2002, Matahari Women Workers’ Center, a fiscally sponsored project of Third Sector New England is a Greater Boston social justice organization of women of color, immigrant women and families who organize as sisters, workers, and survivors for personal and societal transformation, justice and human rights. We build leadership and organize communities impacted by gender based violence and exploitation, provide survivor advocacy, and fight for the rights of those who suffer domestic, workplace, systemic, and state violence.

The Massachusetts Coalition for Domestic Workers (MCDW) works to bring justice and dignity to all domestic workers in our state. Founded in 2010, MCDW was the driving force in passing the MA Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights, which established important labor standards and granted basic protections to nannies, housekeepers, and other in-home caregivers. With the passage of the Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights behind us, our focus now is the implementation of the new law and continued advocacy on behalf of domestic workers. The Coalition is currently made up of five organizations: the Brazilian Women's Group, the Dominican Development Center, Matahari Women Workers’ Center, the New England Jewish Labor Committee and the Boston Center for Independent Living.

Essential Job Functions

Policy Leadership

- Track and report legal and legislative efforts to support or weaken laws and communicate
about those efforts with the Coalition.
- Develop and implement a strategic policy agenda
- Analyze implications of federal, state and local legislation on the lives of domestic workers and
their families
- Coordinate with the steering committee and workers’ council on policy advocacy
communications including email alerts and press releases;
- Conduct and oversee policy research and drafting,
- Build and nurture effective multi-organizational coalitions and alliances on priority issues and
campaigns;
- Lead the development and management of effective working relationships with key public
officials at the federal, state and local levels.
- Develop Know Your Rights toolkits for use of coalition members
- Coordinate with legal representatives and with allies regarding small and large wage campaigns and ensuring advocacy and support at the state and municipal levels;

Organizing and Leadership Development

- Train staff organizers of Coalition member organizations and Workers’ Council/worker leaders;
- Coordinate the Workers’ Council, working with organizers to develop the Worker Council
fellowship program.
- Assist in outreach to achieve key turn out for Coalition events;
- Coordinate and facilitate regular cross-sector Coalition wide meetings to discuss campaign progress and how it relates to the national strategy and landscape;
- Communicate with and support the working relationship between the Workers’ Council and
Steering Committee;
- Provide outreach, development and maintenance of relationships with current and potential
allies;
- Send out reminders and agendas with relevant materials, facilitate meetings and take minutes and distribute promptly for regular Coalition Steering Committee meetings;
- Maintain Coalition calendar, send reminders to keep members informed about key events and meetings and maintain Coalition’s system of data storage and management (Google-Drive);
- Develop and maintain the internal list serve and the database/spreadsheet of endorsers;
- Develop and maintain the Coalition’s presence in social media (including Facebook, twitter) and on the Coalitions website.

Coalition Building

- Act as the MCDW liaison to the National Domestic Worker Alliance (NDWA) by participating in
and reporting back on monthly NDWA organizers’ calls. Maintain regular communications with the NDWA State Strategist & Communications Director and keep abreast of domestic worker- related happenings in other states and on a national level;
- Raise funds and build resources for the Coalition and its members by writing grant proposals with the assistance of the steering committee and supporting the workers’ council with grassroots fundraising activities
- Build and maintain relationships with enforcement agencies including the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, MA Commission Against Discrimination, the Department of Labor and community partners (both private and public sector);

Qualifications

- A demonstrated commitment to racial, social, and economic justice; and significant experience working collaboratively with persons of diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds, socioeconomic status, ages, and sexual orientations;
- Experience in Coalition building, and understanding of member leadership development along with the ability to deal with strong personalities;
- Graduate level degree in Public Policy , Public Administration (MPP, MPP), or Law (JD);
- 2-3 years of experience working with communities;
- Knowledge of state and federal laws;
- Fluency in English is require and another language is preferred;
- Excellent written and verbal communications skills;
- Maintenance of a professional attitude and strong ethical practice and a willingness to learn and grow;
- Strong communications, leadership, and organizational skills;
- Knowledge of social media, Microsoft Office tools and some database management;
- Willingness to travel throughout the state/country periodically.

Salary and Benefits
The salary is $48,000 year. A generous benefits package is included.

How to Apply
To apply, visit www.tsne.org/jobs. A cover letter and resume are required. We also accept applications by mail or fax.

Apply by mail to:
Third Sector New England, Attn: Employment Manager – Matahari, NonProfit Center, 89 South Street, Suite 700, Boston, MA 02111; or by fax to 617.523.2070.

As an EOE/AA employer, TSNE and Matahari will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identification and veteran or disability status.

Posted 4/5/17


Summer Graduate Student Policy Fellow
City of Boston - Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu

More information

Overview:
This will be a 10-week, full-time fellowship. Start and end dates to be finalized with Councilor Wu’s office.

Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu serves as an At-Large Councilor representing all of Boston’s neighborhoods and as the current City Council President. Her office is offering a paid summer policy fellowship for a local graduate student to contribute a meaningful policy project in line with Councilor Wu’s focus on climate change, income inequality, and systemic racism. This fellowship opportunity is open to current graduate school students who will be residing in Boston during the summer. The fellowship may also include attending community meetings, managing and responding to constituent services requests, and providing staff support to the Councilor.

Responsibilities:
Applicants are asked to submit a one-page proposal outlining a policy project related to climate change, income inequality, and/or systemic racism in Boston. The ideal project will result in actionable recommendations for the City of Boston to make progress on one or more of these issues. For example, convening community meetings to draft food policy legislation; preparing a detailed budget and proposed funding mechanism for cycling infrastructure to complete a low-stress cycling network; analyzing MBTA bus ridership to suggest changes for residents’ economic mobility; organizing a policy conference on mental health. Please be creative in proposing a project that fits with your expertise and areas of interest, and that is also realistic for a 10-week timeframe.

Minimum Entrance Qualifications:
- Open to graduate students from all disciplines, including but not limited to: Public Policy, Public Administration, Law, Business, Public Health, Social Work.
- Strong oral and written communication and interpersonal skills.
- Ability to conduct independent research.
- Knowledge of City government a plus.
- Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment.
- Ability to multi-task, prioritize work, ensure timely follow-up, and meet deadlines.
- Ability to exercise good judgment and focus on detail as required by the job.
- Ability to work a flexible work schedule to attend occasional meetings in the evenings.
Please submit resume, cover letter, and a one-page project proposal related to climate change, income inequality, and/or systemic racism when applying on the career center for this position.

Boston Residency Required during fellowship period.

Compensation; Academic Credit

- The selected fellow will receive a $6000 stipend.
- Students seeking academic credit must make arrangements with their academic advisor, professor, or department chair.
- Hours per week: 35

Posted 4/5/17


Manager - Media Relations
Massachusetts Port Authority (MASSPORT)

The Manager, Media Relations manages proactive and reactive media relations for Massachusetts Port Authority facilities and policies and acts as a spokesperson for the Authority on issues of public interest. Media Relations promotes and protects the image of Massport, its operating facilities and its employees through telling our story – or facets thereof – in engaging, straightforward and consistent narratives. The Manager must be curious, energetic and have a sense of humor. The Manager will develop media strategies for authority-wide initiatives to position Massport as a leader in the transportation industry through coverage in local, national and international media by building awareness and name recognition of Massport and its properties through editorial coverage, trade/business journals, traditional media and new media.

Essential Tasks of the Job:
Manages press and special events at Massport Maritime facilities, Boston Logan International Airport, Worcester Regional Airport, Hanscom Field and various real estate projects.

1. Responds to media inquiries related to Massport facilities and solicits media coverage of Massport programs and initiatives.
2. Writes news releases, fact sheets, talking points and briefing sheets related to Massport facilities and policies, initiatives and events.
3. Plans and coordinates special events including employee/tenant events, briefings and speeches.
4. Responds to media requests after vetting responses through the chain of command.
5. Participates in the daily production of news clips to be distributed internally.
6. Monitors social media and react to comments in a timely fashion.

Develops media strategies and manages media components of various Massport initiatives, such as HOV usage, community issues, Conley Container Terminal and Cruiseport Boston operations.
1. Identifies trade and general media outlets that would be interested in various Massport initiatives.
2. Writes news releases, fact sheets, talking points and briefing sheets related to Massport facilities and policies, initiatives and events.

Represents the Media Relations Department on various Massport initiatives
1. Coordinates media activities in concert with the Director of Media Relations, or Assistant Director.
2. Assists with the implementation of the customer service programs.
3. Manages support to the handling production of print and/or audio visual materials, publicity development, media relations, speechwriting, etc.

Assists the Director of Media Relations and Assistant Director during situations that result in heightened media interest including emergencies, snowstorms, and traffic peaks.
1. Responds to any inquiries regarding the particular situation.
2. Contacts media, Massport personnel or relevant others with information.
3. Arranges for conference rooms and equipment or supplies needed.
4. Assists in the set-up, operation and dismantling of media sessions, and assists in resolving any issues.
5. Provides collateral materials for distribution.
6. Assists with press relations, production of printed material, and other tasks as needed.

Performs other duties as assigned.

Secondary Job Tasks
- Responds to Massport-wide media requests during 24-hour overnight and weekend duty as scheduled and as needed.
- Completes additional duties as required by the Director or Assistant Director.

Job Requirements and Qualifications:
Education: Bachelor's Degree in journalism, English, communications, marketing, or public relations or equivalent professional experience in a public relations or communications environment required.

Experience: 4-6 years of experience in public relations and/or working as a journalist are required. Demonstrated skills in writing for multiple formats; coordinating special events; producing publications; and serving as a spokesperson for a large, diverse organization under intense media scrutiny required. This position is not involved in marketing.

Unique Expertise/Certifications:
1. Working knowledge of press conferences, and multi-media events.
2. Experience in working with or for Boston media outlets is preferred.
3. Experience with desktop publishing software.
4. Experience in State and/or Government relations preferred.
5. Ability to pass a Massport controlled substances test and security background checks.

Supplemental Information:
WORK SCHEDULE: Ability to work 37.5 hours per week. Ability to work additional hours as necessary or as workload demands and as needed on an emergency basis. Must be available for recall 24 hours a day, seven days a week including holidays. Rotating shift work for nights and weekends require staying in the metro area.

Posted 4/5/17


Support & Data Analyst - Local Development and Marketing
WGBH TV-Radio

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Department Overview
The Data Services & Support team provides top quality technology support and solutions within Local Marketing and Development (LDM), which enables the WGBH Educational Foundation to carry out its public media mission by raising individual contributions for current program support for TV, Radio, and Web. Additionally, LDM services include a Member Services Bureau for public media organizations to outsource their marketing and operations. .

Position Overview
The Support & Data Analyst will support internal and external clients through troubleshooting, analyzing and resolving issues in our CRM system and by proactively communicating through an established case system. The Support & Data Analyst must be able to work effectively with business partners to fully scope problems and effectively address business needs.

The ideal candidate will be team-centered and hardworking, capable of thriving in a fast-paced and dynamic service-based environment. The position requires the ability to implement solutions independently while communicating with team members to ensure resolution validity. The ideal candidate should also have a proven track record of ramping up quickly and understanding the complexities of a large environment. This person can complete technical projects, and is able to dive deeply into a system.

Specific responsibilities include:
- Review client cases, determine issues, test and then implement solutions, while providing updates to clients and internal teams
- Identify and address trends in support issues and address root cause.
- Commitment to data hygiene
- Contribute to the creation of support processes and process improvements, procedures, and documentation. Follow review schedule to keep updated.
- Assist in the coordination of routine projects, including new system release testing.
- System conversion and implementation activities including new station onboarding, training, and troubleshooting
- Add to department-wide knowledgebase of cases for quicker resolution of future cases
- Communicate clearly and professionally with clients and internal partners at all levels
- Perform other duties & responsibilities as assigned by the Manager and/or Director

Skills Required
Job Requirements
Candidates must be proactive, have strong experience with CRM systems, and have practical experience working with clients that have varying degrees of technical knowledge.

Qualified candidates will have:
- Excellent Customer Service/Support skills
- Ability to effectively troubleshoot/solve technical issues, and be able to determine resolution or escalation paths.
- Previous experience with CRM Systems (Salesforce preferred)
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Desire to grow and take on new challenges and opportunities.
- Ability to successfully tackle complex issues both independently and in teams.
- Highly-developed interpersonal skills; friendly, upbeat attitude and professional demeanor.
- Proven ability to collaborate and influence stakeholders across multiple functions.

Educational Requirements
Bachelor's degree required.

Posted 4/5/17


Development Associate - Major Gifts
WGBH TV-Radio

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Department Overview
The Development Division includes major annual giving, restricted giving, capital campaigns, foundation development, special events and board relations. The division is responsible for raising funds from those who can support WGBH at a significant level for annual operating, capital and directed gifts and the WGBH Endowment. It is also responsible for the management and development of WGBH’s governing boards.

Position Overview
The Development Associate for Board Relations will provide support in all activities of the Board Relations department—including communications, calendaring and scheduling of internal meetings, board committee meetings and Trustee and Overseer board meetings, donor cultivation and stewardship, database management, compliance and a variety of administrative tasks. In addition, the Development Associate will work closely with the Board of Overseers and the related committees.

The diverse functions of this position require the ability to juggle competing priorities, initiative, proactive problem-solving and sound decision-making with the goal of achieving clear communication, efficient office operations and procedures, and effective support for multiple projects. This position will also be called upon as needed to assist with events. This position will require regular contact with a variety of staff, external and internal constituencies. Flexibility, discretion and confidentiality, and a solutions-based approach to addressing problems are required. The position requires a highly detailed, articulate, poised and energetic professional who thrives as a self-starter and problem solver. He or she should be an excellent communicator and have superior interpersonal skills, computer savvy, accuracy and sound independent judgment.

Essential Functions:
- 15% Board Meeting Scheduling: Manage operational details for robust calendar of Board of Trustee, Board of Overseers, and Committee meetings for the organization, High level of professional interaction with Board Members, CEO, WGBH Executive Management, and Staff.
- 20% Board Meeting Logistics: Oversee logistics and details for board and committee meetings, including the development of materials, agendas, presentation production, binders, nametags and catering needs.
- 20% Database Management: Maintain detailed board member/donor information in organizational Salesforce CRM system. Track RSVPs, coordinate reports and manage event and board member nomination campaigns in Salesforce CRM system.
- 15% Communications: Assist in all marketing and communications projects for the Board Relations team. Manage the monthly board newsletter, holiday cards, stewardship gifts, a selection of invitations, annual report list production. Manage the production of the board member notebook. Includes drafting of briefings, meeting announcements, committee meeting agendas and other communications with Board members.
- 20% Volunteer coordination: Handle outreach, communication, and logistics related to Board and Committee meetings, including meeting scheduling, prep and coordination of content, logistics and catering.
- 5% Manage the Board Relations Department’s compliance requirements of the open and closed meeting sections of the Communication Act of 1934.
- 5% Other duties as assigned.

Skills Required
Candidate should have 2-3 years or more related or transferable experience. Qualified candidates should demonstrate attention to detail, strong verbal and written skills, proficiency and aptitude for systems work and proven record of active, on-site problem solving that is expected in the support of events work. Candidate should show ability to juggle multiple projects, prioritize tasks and manage work time to the highest efficiency.

Must be proficient in Macintosh, Microsoft Office suite and Filemaker Pro. Some knowledge of complex databases is preferred, Salesforce.com and Redpoint e-marketing a plus.

Educational Requirements
Bachelor’s degree is required.

Posted 4/5/17


Podcast Producer - Frontline
WGBH TV-Radio

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Department Overview
Since 1983, FRONTLINE has served as PBS's flagship public affairs series. Hailed upon its debut as "the last best hope for broadcast documentaries," this celebrated television journalism series explores and investigates the critical issues of our times. FRONTLINE’s year-round television broadcast schedule includes long-form documentaries and magazine-format programs. The series has also expanded into the digital media space, producing digital-exclusive short-form videos and interactives and creating new opportunities for pursuing and publishing enterprise reporting. FRONTLINE’s website, one of the earliest websites for television, remains one of PBS's most popular general-audience sites, hosting over 200 full-length documentaries for free viewing online.

Position Overview
The Podcast Producer will help produce and manage an upcoming podcast for PBS’s FRONTLINE. They will develop audio stories, working in concert with the Executive Producer of FRONTLINE as well as the Creative Director and other Podcast Producers for this project. They will nurture story ideas from conception to completion and be responsible for a variety of editorial tasks. In addition to reporting stories of their own, they will also be responsible for editing additional audio stories and commissioning original reporting from journalists around the world.

This role will include conducting or overseeing research, planning, field recording, interviewing, script writing, editing, directing narration, mixing, fact checking and all other aspects of editorial production. They will also be responsible for helping to strategize on the editorial direction of the podcast and will liaise as appropriate with FRONTLINE departments such as Marketing, Digital, Business etc., while keeping a birds-eye-view on all aspects of podcast production. Daily responsibilities will be largely editorial in nature, though will also include administrative responsibilities. In addition, the Podcast Producer will supervise Associate Producers, Production Assistants, Interns and students.

In addition to your cover letter, please include:
- Links to 2-3 samples of your work. Please explain your role on each project.
- Pitch us a story you think would work well for the FRONTLINE podcast. Stories should be surprising and revelatory, breaking new ground, feature strong characters and action, and are rooted in great journalism.
- Choose a Frontline film, and pitch us an accompanying story for the podcast.
- Link to one piece of radio journalism you’re obsessed with and tell us why.

Skills Required
- 3+ years of radio production experience
- Experience with ProTools
- Ability to plan and execute strong audio stories from start to finish
- Excellent writing, organizational and communication skills
- Strong collaboration skills and a great team player
- Ability to work independently without a high level of supervisions
- Knowledge and understanding of the FRONTLINE brand and journalistic sensibilities

Educational Requirements
Bachelor’s degree in journalism or related field preferred.

Posted 4/5/17


Executive Director
United Interfaith Action of New Bedford and Fall River (UIA)
New Bedford and Fall River
Job Description Direct 20 year old multi-issue, multi-racial community organizing group
Salary range $40,000-$55,000 depending on experience
Email for application or questions

Posted 3/15/17


Executive Director
Alternatives for Community & Environment (ACE), Roxbury, MA

Job Description
Founded in 1993 by two attorneys, Alternatives for Community & Environment (ACE) builds the power of communities of color and low-income communities in Massachusetts to eradicate environmental racism and classism, create healthy, sustainable communities, and achieve environmental justice. ACE is a membership organization anchored in Roxbury, and from these strong roots, organizes residents and builds coalitions using an environmental justice framework to win significant concrete victories in Greater Boston and Massachusetts.

Today, ACE is at a pivotal point in its history. ACE and the environmental justice movement is adapting to meet new challenges associated with shifting political conditions, changes to our
climate, the suffering of people from low-income communities and communities of color, and instability in the place called home. ACE is seeking a new Executive Director who will, through strong collaboration and analysis, manage and support member-led campaigns, secure sustainable funding, lead a diverse team of (currently) eight staff members, and work with seven board members to set a strategic direction for organizational focus and growth.

Profile of the Ideal Candidate
The ideal candidate will be an innovative and inspired Executive Director whose senior management background in the non-profit sector exemplifies a commitment to community organizing and advocacy around the issues of environmental justice in low income communities and communities of color. The ideal candidate will have strong management skills and a track record in securing funds from diverse sources. They will also have experience managing and developing a diverse staff by ensuring opportunities for their professional development and growth. The organization desires a leader capable of building bridges and partnerships in the community. ACE encourages applications from persons of color who reflect its membership and the diversity of the Dudley Street neighborhood in Roxbury.

The Executive Director will:
- Work with the board, staff and membership to develop and execute the strategic direction and plans for the organization;
- Serve as a spokesperson and consensus builder for ACE in the community;
- Act as a local, regional and national leader with members on behalf of ACE and the
environmental justice movement;
- Work in concert with development staff to set fundraising strategies, develop grants and cultivate individual donor relations;
- Develop and manage the organizational budget and the overall fiscal health of ACE;
- Actively lead development and expand existing programs in collaboration with staff, members, and partners; and
- Manage staff and serve as the liaison between staff and the ACE Board.

Top candidates will demonstrate a range of qualifications and experiences including:
Minimum Qualifications
- Seven years of demonstrated senior-level management experience, leadership and
experience with community organizing with demonstrated successes, preferably at an
environmental justice or social justice, community-based organization;
- Experience working in communities of color and low income communities;
- Educational experience in Environmental Studies, Social Justice, Sociology, Cultural Studies, Political Science, Law or another related field preferred.

Skills and Experience
- A proven record in successful fundraising for a nonprofit organization;
- Strong administrative, operational and financial management skills and a collaborative style (experience leading a staff of 10 – 15 and a budget of $600,000 or more);
- Ability to work with diverse community groups, stakeholders, coalitions and
constituencies including youth/young adults and attorneys;
- Experience in and a strong commitment to eradicating environmental racism and classism, base building, campaign organizing and direct action with people from low income communities and communities of color like Roxbury;
- Success working with a Board of Directors, cultivating strong board engagement,
recruitment and development;
- Experience leading a strategic direction or planning process;
- Connections in political, legal, and philanthropic environmental justice landscape;
- Experience shifting policy and public legislation; and
- Ability to passionately and persuasively communicate with excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills that effectively promote the organization’s mission.

Salary Range: Salary is commensurate with experience, within the framework of the organization’s annual operating budget.

Email for application or questions
This search is being conducted by Third Sector New England's Executive Transitions Program with Transition Consultant Roosevelt Smith. All submissions are confidential.

For the complete position profile and candidate guidelines please visit: http://tsne.org/executive-director-ace-alternatives-community-environment

Posted 3/15/17


Legislative Aide
State Senator Mike Barrett

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Mike Barrett (D-Lexington) represents nine communities in the Boston suburbs: Bedford, Carlisle, Chelmsford, Concord, Lincoln, Waltham, Weston and large parts of Lexington and Sudbury. He's Senate Chair of the Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy and takes an active interest in a range of policy issues.

Sen. Barrett seeks a Legislative Aide (LA) who will report directly to the Chief of Staff (COS) and work collaboratively with other staff members. The LA will work in Sen. Barrett's State House office and travel to the district as needed. She or he will be integral to three major functions: working with citizen groups in the district, addressing problems of individual constituents, and helping develop public policy. Day to day, the LA must be a jack of all trades and contribute to the smooth overall operation of the office. She or he must relish the interplay of politics and policy.

Primary legislative/policy responsibilities:
- Conduct public policy research and prepare legislative memos, as directed by the Senator and the COS, to advance the Senator's legislative priorities.
- Attend, and gather information from, legislative events; take meetings with policy advocates.
- Draft written testimony in support of legislation authored or supported by the Senator.

Primary district responsibilities:
- Develop and maintain accessible relationships with municipal officials, citizen organizations, and other stakeholders in the Senator's district; serve as liaison to multiple communities.
- Stay informed about local issues and relay key information to the Senator and the COS.
- Assist the Senator at district events and meetings; stand in for him at others.
- Brief the Senator on district events and meetings and assume responsibility for follow-up.

Primary constituent services responsibilities:
- Monitor and respond to constituent correspondence; keep track of communications in the office's database.
- Respond to constituent requests for help in a timely matter; prioritize follow-up and ensure responsiveness to requests.
- Advocate appropriately on behalf of constituents and interface daily with state agencies, municipal officials, community groups and others.
- Track cases over time and maintain records of case dispositions.

Primary administrative responsibilities:
- Schedule meetings for the Senator.
- Answer phones and greet visitors to the Senator's office.
- Delegate appropriate tasks to interns, serve as a mentor, and supervise their work.
- Manage logistics around meetings and events hosted by the Senator.

Minimum Qualifications:
- Strong interest in policy and politics.
- Bachelor's degree required; advanced degree a plus.
- One or more years of relevant professional experience preferred but not required; experience in a campaign, legislative, or other political setting a strong plus.
- Familiarity with, or personal connection to, the Senator's district is a plus.
- Outstanding organizational and interpersonal skills; demonstrable proficiency in written and oral communication.
- Ability to prioritize and problem-solve in a high-pressure environment.
- Ability to exercise discretion and good judgment and to handle confidential information.
- Ability to work as part of a team and accept constructive feedback;
- Competence in Microsoft Office.
- Access to a car for traveling to and around the district, and
- Ability to work flexible hours, including occasional evening and weekend meetings and events.

Posted 3/15/17


Athletic Assistant
CITY OF BOSTON

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Req ID 2017-12696
Position Temporary Full-Time
Dept Boston Cntr - Youth & Families
Location BCYF: PARIS STREET COMM CENTER
Salary Min 31,413.79
Salary Max 41,280.70
Union SU5
Openings 1
Posted Date 3/8/2017
Posting End Date 3/22/2017

Overview: This is a provisional appointment.

Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):
The athletic assistant shall assist in the development/implementation and supervision of recreation programs, sports leagues, special programs/projects and other activities for all patrons.

Responsibilities:
- The athletic assistant will be responsible for instruction of games, maintenance of recreation equipment, light maintenance, security and other related duties as required.
- Performs related work as required.

Minimum Entrance Qualifications:
- At least one (1) year experience working with both youth and adults in a recreation program preferred.
- Knowledge of program planning, development and organized sports.
- Ability to exercise good judgment and focus on detail as required by the job.
- Willingness to work with a diverse population preferred.

C.O.R.I check required. S.O.R.I check required.

BOSTON RESIDENCY REQUIRED.
Terms:
Union/Salary Plan/Grade: SEIU/CC-4
Hours Per Week: 35

Posted 3/15/17


Administrative Assistant
CITY OF BOSTON

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Property Management
Location Prm Property Management
Salary Min 50,127.52
Salary Max 74,496.26
Union SE1
Openings 1
Posted Date 3/6/2017
Posting End Date 3/21/2017

Overview: This is a provisional appointment.

Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):
Under the direction of the Commissioner of the Property Management, the Administrative Assistant executes a variety of administrative functions and participates in special projects. This position will be working at the Bruce C. Bolling Municipal Building.

Responsibilities:
- Answers telephones, directs inquires and correspondence, and maintains office filing systems.
- Answers constituent questions and refers complaints and issues to appropriate departments.
- Coordinates and manages property management services for constituents and City of Boston staff.
- Manages correspondence, mail, and other communications. Responds in a timely fashion.
- Maintains schedule/calendar for usage of building resources for special operations, events and meetings.
- Prepares written reports as necessary.
- Performs related work as required.

Minimum Entrance Qualifications:
- Applicant must have at least two (2) years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, administrative, managerial, or professional experience in the field of office or business administration of which the major duties included one or more of the following functions; personnel administration, budgetary control, accounting, record management, program management, work simplification, financial administration, or any equivalent combination of such experience. An associate's degree or bachelor's degree in a related field is preferred and may be substituted for the required experience.
- Good organizational skills and attention to detail preferred.
- Must be able to work independently in a fast paced setting.
- Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and Outlook required.
- Bilingual language skills (English and Spanish) strongly preferred.
- Ability to exercise good judgment and focus on detail as required by the position.

JOB LOCATION:
BRUCE C. BOLLING MUNICIPAL BUILDING
2300 WASHINGTON STREET
ROXBURY, MA 02119

BOSTON RESIDENCY REQUIRED.

Terms: Union/Salary Plan/Grade: SENA/MM1-5
Hours Per Week: 35

Posted 3/15/17


Academic Coordinator
Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción

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Full Time
Boston, MA
ACADEMIC COORDINATOR (Full-time/Non Exempt)

RESUME AND COVER LETTER WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL POSITION IS FILLED

ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION:
IBA–Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción empowers and engages individuals and families to improve their lives through high-quality affordable housing, education, and arts programs.

JOB SUMMARY:
The Academic Coordinator is responsible for engaging students in appropriate educational pathway. S/he will provide supportive and skills development to bridge students into college and career exploration by: coaching students in developing educational/financial goals, and plans to achieve them through one-on-one sessions. S/he is responsible for the daily operations of the Technology Center tracking and reporting usage, maintaining equipment, teaching, and providing support on a variety of computer applications and technologies. S/he assists and support implementation of workshops and classes to address programs-specific needs and/or educational in alignment with IBA’s Mission. S/he supports IBA’s partnership with Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC) and Timothy Smith Network (TSN). Reports to the Director of College and Financial Empowerment Program.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
ACADEMIC
- Prepares students to apply to college and helping with the application process.
- Provides college and financial persistence coaching through at least the first semester of students’ college career; regularly meets with students to develop action plans, track progress, and provide individualized assistance.
- Develops academic, financial and life plans with students to assist them in attaining their goals.
- Helps students navigate BHCC campus and the support services offered there.
- Hosts college orientations and tours for new students.
- Leads the design, development, and execution of workshops, seminars, and events.
- Coordinates and supports students including, but not limited to, advising, registration, financial aid and admissions, HiSet programming, college courses, tutoring, coaching and other activities designed to enhance academic performance.
- Meets regularly with students about progress, attendance and other challenges that may interfere with academic achievement and develops action plans to overcome obstacles.
- Maintains confidentiality of organization matters, students, volunteers and others.
- Exhibits genuine concern for students and always conducts oneself appropriately and professionally.
- Develops and maintains comprehensive knowledge of community resources; provides information, referrals and follow-up as needed.
- Works with program director to recruit, train, and supervise mentors/tutors who aid students in IBA’s College and Financial Empowerment Program.

TECHNOLOGY
- Operates and manages the technology center, opening/closing, schedule, providing/arranging coverage, maintenance, user information, security, privacy, data integrity, use of licenses and compliance.
- Supports students and community members including, but not limited to, computer tutoring, and other technology related activities designed to enhance academic performance; and engage them in meaningful skills development activities.
- Assesses and monitors the needs of the users in the community to provide relevant and appropriate programming.
- Assures that the equipment is well kept and timely arranges for the systems to be upgraded.
- Works actively as a strong referral contact person to all IBA’s educational programs in accordance to IBA’s mission and student needs.

DATA AND MONITORING
- Identifies trends, action plan, referrals and follow up.
- Implements program logic model. Ensuring outputs/outcomes and client’s goals are met.
- Support with data management that enable high quality, accurate data collection, entry and integration.
- Tracks the technology center utilization, including computer-usage, attendance to classes, etc.
- Prepares the necessary management reports as required by the director.

OUTREACH/EXTERNAL COMMUNICATION
- Provides outreach, recruitment, information and intake to potential students.
- Establishes linkages with other local community organizations, agencies and social service providers as well as create and maintain referral processes with service providers.
- Represents the organization at meetings as needed.

OTHER DUTIES:
- Supports Director with grant, reporting, clerical task, staff supervision and events for all IBA programs and administration.
- Participates fully in the organization’s annual events, Three Kings Day, Membership Drive, Board Election, Festival Betances, and other events related to the community.
- Carries out ad hoc duties as needed.

SKILLS / QUALIFICATIONS:
- Bachelor’s in Education, Social Science, Humanities, or related field preferred
- Two or more years of direct experience providing instruction and youth development to urban youth in community-based organizations, particularly in the area of college bridging and coaching.
- Knowledge and experience working with low-income, ethnically diverse communities required.
- Bilingual in English and Spanish, preferred.
- Excellent computer/technology, verbal and written communication skill, required
- Experience working with educationally underserved learners, preferred.
- Significant program leadership and management experience in community development, urban education, technology and/or arts, and high-performing non-profit is a plus.
- Ability to translate executive-level organizational goals into specific program initiatives.
- Must be extremely organized and demonstrate attention to detail.
- Must demonstrate a positive and productive attitude.
- Ability to work autonomously and in a team setting.
- Good moral character, mature judgment and a strong sense of responsibility and dedication.
- Highly positive and enthusiastic style; capable of motivating others.
- Strong writing skills.
- Customer Services oriented.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send your cover letter and resume to:
IBA-Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción
405 Shawmut Avenue
Boston MA, 02118
jobs@ibaboston.org

Posted 3/15/17


Director of Institutional Advancement (Full-Time/Exempt)
Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción

RESUME & COVER LETTER WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL THE POSITION IS FILLED

ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION:
IBA – Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción empowers and engages individuals and families to improve their lives through high quality affordable housing, education and arts programs.

JOB SUMMARY:
The Director of Institutional Advancement is responsible for developing, implementing and managing strategies that increase, diversify and sustain philanthropic support for IBA and its affiliates from individuals, foundations, corporations, and the government. S/he identifies, develops and fosters relationships with all donors. S/he is responsible for overseeing the conceptualization, organization and implementation of the annual fundraising campaign, marketing and communication plan, and for developing appropriate strategies to meet annual goals. S/he is responsible for forecasting, researching and writing grant proposals. S/he coordinates special campaigns and manages donor database in Salesforce. S/he assists with all publicity and marketing efforts to advance organizational visibility, including special events and promotions. S/he works closely with the CEO, COO, CFO, Senior Program Director and executive staff in enhancing current programming and in developing new program initiatives. Reports to COO.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
Fund Development and Fundraising Campaigns
- Develops, implements and manages annual fundraising strategies and campaigns through the solicitation of major gifts, federal and state grants, special events, and corporate and foundation support.
- Identifies, solicits, cultivates and maintains key long-term relationships with donors and prospects.
- Secures financial support from individuals, foundations, corporations and government sources.
- Expands and diversifies donor base/pipeline and works closely with other team members to secure funding for existing and new initiatives.
- Manages special fundraising events and solicitations (e.g. annual appeal, Festival Betances, etc.).
- Manages capital campaigns by engaging and overseeing capital campaign firms, as necessary.

Planning, Writing and Reporting
- In collaboration with CEO, COO and CFO, develops and implement a financial strategy to ensure funds, donations and grants meet the budgetary requirements of all programs.
- Oversees the development and execution of proposals; and the archiving of all proposals with a long-term relationship-management approach.
- Works with the management team to identify funds needed, preferred funding targets, and approaches.
- Works with Program Directors/Managers and Senior Program Director to ensure that grants and reports are submitted accurately and on time.
- Works closely and communicates with CFO and Finance department in managing grants and gifts.
- Oversees the research of funding sources, grant writing, proposals and reports to multiple funding sources.
- Tracks proposals and reports for all foundation and corporate fundraising.

Marketing and Communications
- Oversees the strategy for all communications, public image and public relations messages and collaterals to articulate the organization’s mission within brand guidelines.
- Oversees marketing and public relations consultants to create momentum and awareness of IBA’s programs and events as well as to test the effectiveness of communications activities Supports in the development of written marketing materials.
- Oversees the development of the graphic design of all print and electronic marketing materials, including but not limited to: Website, Newsletters, Program Brochures, and Press Releases, among others.

Data Monitoring
- Oversees all data entry and management of donor database; and gift processing on Salesforce.
- Monitors and reports regularly on the progress of the development program.
- Reviews fundraising goals quarterly and analyze trends and gaps.
- Prepares monthly fundraising report for Senior Management Team and Board.

Other Duties
- Supervises, trains and mentors Institutional Advancement staff and communicate fundraising goals and progress.
- Supports Board members as they take on a more active fundraising role.
- Participates fully in the organization’s annual events, Three Kings Day, Membership Drive, Board Election, Festival Betances, and other events related to the community.
- Carries out ad hoc duties, as needed.

GENERAL COMPETENCIES AND QUALIFICATIONS REQUIREMENTS:
- Bachelor’s Degree in nonprofit management, business, social/human services or related field; master’s degree preferred.
- Minimum five years of demonstrated success in planning, managing, implementing, and securing funds, especially major gifts.
- High degree of computer literacy with excellent knowledge of word processing, spreadsheets, PowerPoint and Salesforce, required.
- Outstanding project management and organizational skills, with the necessary attention to details to drive complex, multi-faceted projects forward and on time.
- Advanced problem-solving and decision-making skills and the ability to handle a high-pressure environment with multiple deadlines.
- Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
- Bilingual, Spanish-English, preferred.
- Ability to work autonomously and in a team setting.
- Conveys complex ideas through brief, simple materials.
- Experience with program evaluation, data collection and analysis.
- Good moral character, mature judgment and a strong sense of responsibility and dedication.
- Highly positive and enthusiastic style; capable of motivating others.
- Experience working in an urban community with diverse population.
- Customer Services Oriented.
- Able to work flexible schedule.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send your cover letter and resume to:
IBA-Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción
405 Shawmut Avenue
Boston MA, 02118
jobs@ibaboston.org

Posted 3/15/17


Strategic Learning and Evaluation Associate
Nellie Mae Education Foundation
Boston, Massachusetts

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The Nellie Mae Education Foundation, the largest philanthropy in New England dedicated exclusively to education, seeks nominations and applications for a Strategic Learning and Evaluation Associate. Nellie Mae has set forth a Big Goal for 80% of New England students to be college and career ready by 2030. We are especially focused on traditionally underserved learners through systems change that supports Student- Centered Learning (SCL). Our grantmaking strategy attends to developing effective educational systems design, public engagement and understanding, educator capacity, and Nellie Mae, together with its education and policy partners across New England, is leading the way in seeking education reform that brings SCL to the country’s existing public school systems.

LEARNING AND EVALUATION AT THE NELLIE MAE EDUCATION FOUNDATION
The Learning and Evaluation Department is responsible for the organization’s strategic learning and review process and overall approach to measurement and evaluation. Members of this team lead efforts to cultivate a culture of tracking and using data to support decision-making around grantmaking and operations, support program based teams in shaping and overseeing external evaluations, develop and track on an overarching organizational measurement framework, and facilitate staff and board learning.

Responsibilities & Accountabilities:
The Strategic Learning and Evaluation Associate will report directly to the Director of Strategic Learning and Evaluation, and will provide support to the Foundation’s systems for measuring impact of the Foundation’s strategy and internal learning processes. The Associate must be organized, detail-oriented, adaptable and able to thrive in an innovative, complicated environment.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to those summarized below:
- Perform department support duties, including assembling data and providing input on formatting
reports, spreadsheets, tables, etc., based upon data for the Learning and Evaluation department.
- Compile spreadsheets and reports, including proofreading documents for accuracy.
- Generate presentation spreadsheets, reports, tables and correspondence (written and electronic
formats) using Microsoft Office, PowerPoint and Excel software.
- Provide support in the tracking, collection, and summarization of reports, literature, and other materials.
- Assist with the development and maintenance and processing of contracts, evaluation projects and the development of survey instruments.
- Attend meetings and prepare notes synthesizing key discussion points and decisions including support, coordination, and maintenance related to the Learning and Evaluation Department.
- Utilize and maintain current and accurate records in the Foundation’s grantee database, which includes data entry and reporting.
- Work to identify potential and innovative approaches and solutions to issues and problems.
- Prepare high-quality, written work products in support of the Learning and Evaluation Department.
- Use or learn software for purposes of tracking on work flow across projects.
- Support learning across the foundation, through assisting with Learning Days for the department
(e.g., developing agendas, materials, set up for staff, etc.), taking notes during learning discussions,
and other activities.
- Cultivate and maintain positive, productive and collaborative relationships with staff across
Foundation functions.
- Serve as an articulate and confident advocate of the Foundation and be an effective and productive,
contributing team member.
- Provide general support to the Director of Strategic Learning and Evaluation and Sr. Associate,
including organization and maintenance of SharePoint for the department, scheduling meetings, project implementation, event management, etc.

Qualifications:
- Bachelor’s degree required.
- Minimum of three years of relevant, successful experience in education, non-profit or public policy
sectors including foundation and/or grant making experience with demonstrated experience with
and sustained commitment to underserved populations.
- Deep commitment to the Foundation’s mission to promote accessibility, quality and effectiveness
of education for the underserved in the six New England States. Ability to understand the
Foundation’s goals and objectives, and to apply gained knowledge.
- Strong interpersonal skills, even temperament, maturity and the ability to exercise sound judgment
in handling and protecting confidential and proprietary data and information.
- Ability to multitask and meet deadlines within designated timeframes, and demonstrated
resourcefulness in setting priorities.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills in one-on-one settings and in large groups, both
internal to the Foundation and with external audiences.
- Strong organizational skills and attention to detail with the ability to work both independently
without close oversight and as a team player who will productively engage with others.
- The flexibility and willingness to work in a collaborative, team-oriented environment.
- Experience consulting with a diverse staff across all levels of the organization and working
collaboratively with external professionals.
- Active listening skills including the ability to receive integrate and translate others’ ideas and
suggestions.
- Demonstrated interest in continuous personal and professional growth including a passion for
success within Foundations and/or nonprofit organizations.
- Strong abilities managing and navigating technologies including databases, internet and software.
- An optimistic outlook and the humor, integrity, and patience necessary to work within a transformative environment.

The duties listed above are intended only as an illustration of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of a specific statement of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position. This position description does not constitute an employment agreement between the Foundation and the employee and is subject to changed, as the needs of Foundation and job may require. More information about The Nellie Mae Education Foundation may be found at https://www.nmefoundation.org/

The search is being assisted by Katherine Jacobs, Nureen Das and Erica Nicole Griffin of Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group. Due to the pace of this search, candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

Applications including a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, your resume (in Word format), salary history and where you learned of the position should be sent to: NMEF- SLES@nonprofitprofessionals.com . In order to expedite the internal sorting and reviewing process, please type your name (Last, First) as the only contents in the subject line of your e-mail.

The Nellie Mae Education Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and proudly values diversity. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply

Posted 3/15/17


Senior Policy Analyst
Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center

Job Description:
MassBudget is seeking a well-organized, dynamic Senior Policy Analyst to lead MassBudget's work in one or more of the following policy areas: revenue, health care, human services, economic security, and education. (We have some internal flexibility on our needs and will consider applicants with expertise in any of these areas.) The Senior Policy Analyst will have opportunities to work on other state budget and policy issues that relate to improving the lives of low- and middle-income children and adults in Massachusetts. We’re seeking candidates who have strong policy analysis skills, work well independently and in teams, and can communicate information effectively to diverse audiences. We are also looking for candidates who can take on other leadership responsibilities in the office, such as editing written products or communications and media work.

About MassBudget
MassBudget produces non-partisan policy research, analysis, and data-driven recommendations focused on improving the lives of low- and middle-income children and adults, strengthening our state’s economy, and enhancing the quality of life in Massachusetts. We conduct rigorous policy research, always with an eye towards presenting our work in ways that are accessible to and easily used by grassroots organizations, the media, policy advocates, and policy makers. We are the Massachusetts affiliate of several national networks including the State Priorities Partnership, the Annie E. Casey Foundation's Kids Count network, and the Economic Analysis and Research Network.

Core Responsibilities
- Leading MassBudget’s policy research in one or more policy areas and identifying actionable policy recommendations
- Building our organizational relationships with a diverse set of stakeholders, including other researchers, advocates, and grassroots and community groups
- Expanding access to our analysis and data, including delivering presentations to organizations and coalitions
- Contributing to MassBudget's analysis of state budget proposals
- Contributing to other policy research

Required Skills and Experience
- Master's degree or comparable professional experience
- At least five years of experience doing policy research, preferably with a fiscal analysis component, in one of the areas listed above, and ability to serve as a go-to resource to key stakeholders
- Strong commitment to state budget and policy issues that relate to improving the lives of low- and middle-income children and adults in Massachusetts
- Strong written and oral communication skills, including public speaking skills
- Comfort working with Excel

Additional Desirable Skills and Experience
- Organizing experience, particularly developing strong relationships with diverse stakeholder groups
- Computer graphic design skills (e.g. ability to help create infographics to accompany reports)
- Media and communications experience, including traditional and/or social media
- Editing or other coaching support
- Management experience
- Fluency in a foreign language with a large presence in Massachusetts

MassBudget has a strong commitment to diversity. We encourage applications from persons whose background and experiences will increase the diversity of our organization.

Salary range:
The position may be full time or part time, if the candidate has the capacity to excel as Senior Policy Analyst while working less than full time. Salary is competitive and based on qualifications and experience. MassBudget also provides generous benefits including health care, vacation, and a 401k plan.

To Apply… Email for application or questions:
Please email resume and cover letter to jobs@massbudget.org and put “YOUR NAME, Senior Policy Analyst” in the subject line. This position is open until filled.

Posted 2/27/17


Director of Development
Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center

MassBudget is seeking a well-organized, dynamic, and highly effective Director of Development who shares our staff and board's enthusiasm for, and deep commitment to, our mission: producing non-partisan policy research, analysis, and data-driven recommendations focused on improving the lives of low- and middle-income children and adults, strengthening our state’s economy, and enhancing the quality of life in Massachusetts. The nature of development work at MassBudget requires an understanding of the policy issues we cover.

About MassBudget
MassBudget conducts rigorous policy research, always with an eye towards presenting our work in ways that are accessible to and easily used by grassroots organizations, the media, policy advocates, policy makers, and anyone else working to make life better in our Commonwealth. We have an annual operating budget of a little over $1 million. We are the Massachusetts affiliate of several national networks including the State Priorities Partnership, the Annie E. Casey Foundation's Kids Count network, and the Economic Analysis and Research Network.

Requirements
The Director will be responsible for:
- Developing and leading the implementation of annual development plans.
- Managing stewardship of individual, organization, and foundation supporters.
- Identifying potential new foundation and major individual supporters and developing and implementing strategies to secure support.
- Managing Assistant Development Director who drafts grant reports and applications.
- Maintaining fundraising database (we currently use Raiser’s Edge but hope to transition to Salesforce this year) and assorted grant tracking systems.
- Overseeing annual direct mail and email fundraising appeals.
- Organizing periodic fundraising and stewardship events.
- Working with the Board's Fundraising Committee and full Board to support their fundraising.

Skills and Experience
- Very strong written and oral communication skills.
- Very strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task and manage deadlines effectively.
- Ability to manage up and support President and Board in their development responsibilities.
- Demonstrated experience working closely with a wide range of people.
- Commitment to and understanding of how effective state policies can improve the lives of low- and middle-income people.
- Comfort working with Raiser's Edge, Excel, and the full Office suite.
- Two to five years of development experience (we would consider candidates without development experience who have significant related experience and exceptional skills in the areas necessary to be an outstanding Director of Development).
- Additional Desirable Skills and Experience

Additional Desirable Skills and Experience… In addition to core development responsibilities, this position could include communications, policy analysis, finance, or technology elements if the candidate has expertise in these areas:
- Media and communications experience, including traditional and/or social media.
- Policy research, preferably with a fiscal analysis component.
- Public speaking to diverse groups.
- Financial management.
- Web and computer skills (including designing infographics or interactive web tools).
- We also seek candidates who have fluency in a foreign language with a large presence in Massachusetts.

Salary and Benefits
The position may be full time or part time, if the candidate has the capacity to excel as Director of Development while working less than full time. Salary is competitive based on qualifications and experience. MassBudget provides generous benefits including health care, vacation, and a 401k plan.

To Apply… Please email resume and cover letter to jobs@massbudget.org. Put “YOUR NAME, Applicant for Director of Development” in the subject line. This position is open until filled.

MassBudget has a strong commitment to diversity. We encourage applications from persons whose background and experiences will increase the diversity of our organization.

Posted 2/27/17


TDI Content and Community Manager
MassDevelopment

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The Massachusetts Development Finance Agency (MassDevelopment), a quasi-public agency of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, is accepting applications for the position of Transformative Development Initiative [TDI] Content and Community Manager, located in Boston.

Offering a wide range of finance programs and real estate development services, MassDevelopment supports economic growth, development, and investment across all sectors of the Massachusetts economy: public and private; commercial, industrial, and residential; and nonprofit, including healthcare, educational, cultural, and human-service providers. Our staff works in collaboration with developers, businesses, and banks to identify investors and leverage funds to support economic growth.

For more information about MassDevelopment, please visit www.massdevelopment.com.
For information on our TDI program, please visit www.massdevelopment.com/tdi.

Reporting to the TDI Program Director and Project Manager, the TDI Content and Community Manager provides programmatic support to the Real Estate Department, specific to the TDI program and related staff. TDI is a cross-agency integrated community development program that serves as an innovation lab and detailed window into Massachusetts urban development issues. This role will help shape services for the TDI Districts, support the TDI Fellows, facilitate information transfer among districts (workshops, list serve, peer-to-peer connections, newsletter), and facilitate the distribution of that content and support services to wider Agency audiences.

This position will also solicit information from other MassDevelopment departments and shape the dissemination of that information for TDI District activities. This role is designed to better coordinate efforts, operations, and logistics between the Agency’s TA Connect intake and administration process, TA Connect workshops, TDI District workshops, and other related programs and departments. This Content Manager will also play a key role in managing the content and resources to further support the professional development of Agency staff.

Responsibilities: include providing direction and structure to coordinate with state and nonprofit agency partners to identify relevant tools and services that support work in TDI Districts and within related environments across Massachusetts. The Content Manager will also research best practices and identify and implement district-supportive program and funding opportunities, such as the program’s second-year focus on small business growth tools and relevant programs that connect with themes in TDI Districts. The Content Manager will also work collaboratively with district management, analyze new district needs, and provide strategy and direction to shape peer-to-peer information exchange, learning opportunities, and network building.

Qualifications:
- Bachelor’s degree with a concentration in related fields of architecture, planning, economic or community development, policy and/or real estate.
- A minimum of five years of experience in municipal economic development through direct experience, or related experience in public or private sector, ideally both.
- Multi-tasking capability with an ability to manage a variety of project scales and multiple deadlines.
- Strong problem-solving and communication skills.
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access.
- Ability to create and maintain Excel spread sheets, and use and maintain information in the Agency database.
- Penchant and demonstrated skill for effective and clear visual and verbal communications, including a passion for nuanced and refined messaging and creating effective written and visual narratives of place and program.
- Passionate about small cities and urban environments, as well as the communities, champions, and businesses that shape them.

Preferred expertise:
- Direct experience with Main Streets programs/Business Improvement Districts (BID) and/or district financing programs, as well as knowledge of national resources/strategies that support innovative urban development activities.
- GIS, and other mapping/graphic visualization tools.
- Communications, and/or public relations/marketing/sales experience.

To Apply:
- Please submit a cover letter, resume, and one recent short writing sample and presentation (Powerpoint or similar) to jobs@massdevelopment.com
- OR… Mail to:
MassDevelopment
Attn: Human Resources
99 High Street, 11th Floor
Boston, MA 02110

Position will remain open until filled.
The starting salary for this position is $61,570-$78,500.

Posted 2/27/17


Editor and Communications Manager
Massachusetts Medical Society

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Tracking Code - 2315

Job Description
Oversees production of the Society’s member-focused newsletters and contributes to the department’s overall communications strategy. Participates in and manages day-to-day editorial operations of the department.

Responsibilities:
- Oversees and coordinates day-to-day editorial operations of the department to ensure the timely delivery of information to the Society’s membership. Reviews member related communications to ensure brand consistency and quality.
- Contributes to the development of a broader communications department strategy.
- Implements the Society’s long-term communications strategy to encourage member engagement through a variety of print and digital written materials.
- Manages the department’s editorial calendar, and incorporates events from the Society’s broader organizational calendar including events such as the Annual Meeting, BOT meetings, the State of the State and other member related events.
- Identifies themes and content for the department’s print membership newsletter, producing and/or editing majority of feature content.
- Compiles and edits announcements for weekly digital membership newsletter.
- Collects relevant information, writes and/or edits the Society’s Annual Report.
- Supports advertising function for the department, assisting director with soliciting and managing all advertisements placed in digital newsletter.
- Collaborates with staff across the organization to ensure brand identity and consistency across all member related communications.
- Assists with speech writing and presentations for the Officers and management.
- Assists with responsibilities for the Society’s social media presence on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc. as requested.
- Assists with preparation of leadership communications as necessary.

Required Experience
- A Bachelor's degree or equivalent in a relevant field
- Five or more years of experience in written communications, with a strong emphasis in health care
Strong editing background and experience following a style guide
- Familiarity with Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn best practices
- Excellent communication skills; an ability to create clear and compelling communications orally and in writing
- Superior time management skills, creative problem solving skills and strong initiative to complete projects on time; must be able to work independently, multi-task and balance multiple projects at a time, planning around a strict editorial calendar
- Detail-oriented and self-motivated
- A team-oriented and professional demeanor

Job Location
Waltham, Massachusetts, United States

Posted 2/27/17


Digital Engagement Specialist and Webmaster
Massachusetts Medical Society

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Tracking Code - 2314

Job Description
Manages the Society’s website and search engine optimization (SEO) efforts and leads the Society’s video communications strategy Manages the day-to-day operation of the MMS website, to ensure that site functionality, navigation and overall performance meet performance goals. Partners with member related departments to ensure the timely posting of content regarding Society programs and initiatives.

Responsibilities:
- Reviews website functionality and makes recommendations for improvement for lead generation and conversion effectiveness.
- Plans for, schedules, and designs content and functionality/navigation changes with an eye toward mobile responsiveness.
- Reports on key website metrics using Google Analytics.
- Executes strategies for tracking and tagging web content in coordination with search engine optimization (SEO) goals - general and keyword specific.
- Implements link building campaigns in coordination with SEO goals. Creates and evaluates URLs for SEO.
- Monitors web analytics dashboards and reports and identifies opportunities to enhance performance and user experience.
- Creates and implements video element of department’s social media strategy. Creates edits and produces video content for publication on the Society’s website and social media pages.
- Creates concept, film, edit and post short, shareable video content specific to a health care audience.
- Tracks metrics for video content, using data to update strategy as needed.
- Collaborates with staff to incorporate video into larger social media strategy.
- Assists with tasks regarding website and video communications as needed.

Required Experience
- A Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience
- 2-5 years of experience managing a website or serving as a webmaster
- Advanced skills in website content management (such as Drupal, SharePoint and/or WordPress), HTML, cascading style sheets, SEO and marketing analytics; proficient in Google Analytics
- Strong video editing and video marketing skills
- Familiarity with YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn best practices
- Excellent communication skills; an ability to create clear and compelling communications orally and in writing
- Superior time management skills, creative problem solving skills and strong initiative to complete projects on time; must be able to work independently, multi-task and balance multiple projects at a time
- Detail-oriented and self-motivated
- A team-oriented and professional demeanor

Job Location
Waltham, Massachusetts, United States

Posted 2/27/17


Relationship Manager
MassHousing

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Responsible for the relationship management and strategic oversight of multiple lender/business partner relationships. Oversees new business production, service, training, consulting, partner development, marketing and community development and ensures production growth and market penetration in specific market segments or geographic regions. Provides effective customer service for all internal/external customers with in-depth knowledge of MassHousing products and programs.

Develops relationships with lenders, realtors, non-profit organizations, municipal government leadership, civic organizations and community leaders, and trade associations, as well as other individual professionals and groups involved with home sales and mortgage lending. Conducts sales calls and educational training sessions and provides technical assistance to Agency's Home Ownership Lending business partners. Assists MassHousing’s public mission goals relating to minority lending, lending to households earning less than 80% of area median income and underserved markets in the Commonwealth.

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree (preferably in business or marketing) or equivalent professional experience. Excellent presentation and negotiation skills (3+ years direct industry experience). Proven sales, selling and marketing skills (5+ years direct industry experience). Strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills, as well as organizations skills and attention to detail.

MassHousing offers competitive compensation as well as an attractive benefits package. Serious candidates should send a letter of interest and a resume to Human Resources, MassHousing, One Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108, or faxed to 617.624.9494, or emailed to jobs@masshousing.com.

Posted 2/27/17


Community Solar Manager
Clean Energy Collective

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Job description
Description: Clean Energy Collective (CEC) is seeking a highly motivated candidate for the position of Community Solar Manager, fully responsible for the oversight and management of project permitting for projects within Massachusetts and surrounding areas.

Responsibilities include: interfacing with outside resources to evaluate projects, identifying permitting processes, managing internal and external resources to obtain all necessary permits in the shortest timeframe possible, and ensuring proper documentation and reporting throughout the project cycle. This is a full-time position located at CEC’s Worcester, Massachusetts office and will require some travel as well as some nights and weekends.

Key Responsibilities:
- Manage the permitting processes for projects.
- Identify permitting process and expected timeframes
- Identify, contract and manage external resources as necessary to perform and support permitting requirements
- Arrange, schedule and conduct key project meetings.
- Ensure vendors and subcontractors comply with CEC safety policies.
- Ensure all CEC acquired permits are correctly closed at the end of the project
- Attend weekly project pipeline meeting to identify upcoming projects and associated tasks
- Manage project tasks
- Add new tasks as necessary including after weekly team meeting, pipeline reviews, site visits, etc.
- Update anticipated completion dates, actual completion dates, and comments on a daily basis
- Upload project specific information as it is provided by outside resources. Ensure the latest version of all documents is always uploaded.
- Update anticipated completion dates, actual completion dates, and comments on a daily basis.
- Civil engineering
- Obtain proposals from civil engineering firms
- Review contract scope of work with Project Manager
- Manage civil engineering firm to ensure timely deliverables as necessary to ensure prompt permitting timeframe.
- Review and approve invoices from vendors and civil engineers
- Permitting
- Review local permitting requirements and identify permitting process for each project
- Work with Accounting to obtain necessary checks in facilitate permitting needs
- Meet with abutters and host landowners as necessary to maintain good relations and minimize delays to the permitting process
- Attend all local hearings during permitting process
- Identify and obtain easements required to enable construction of projects
- Assist with clearing Title exceptions and issues

Qualifications:
- At least 3 years’ experience in project development and/or land entitlement processes in the New England area.
- Knowledge and experience in solar power projects and successful siting and permitting of solar projects is a plus.
- Personal connections and credibility within the local and state government and/or regulatory communities as necessary for the permitting of community solar arrays.
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office and computer familiarity.
- Strong interpersonal skills; a team player, persuasive negotiator, positive and innovative thinker.
- Detail oriented, well organized, and independently competent.
- Demonstrated ability to multitask and work in a fast–paced, entrepreneurial office setting.

Posted 2/27/17


Case Manager
Mystic Valley Elder Services

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Job description
Working at Mystic Valley Elder Services (MVES) means working in a professional environment alongside dedicated colleagues. It means helping elders and adults with disabilities live independently while supporting their caregivers. Working at MVES means contributing to the community and feeling good about what you've accomplished at the end of the day.

As a Case Manager you will provide assistance to low income elders and adults living with disabilities so that they are able to continue to live independently in the community. You will determine program eligibility, service acquisition, and monitoring of the services for State Home Care and Medicaid programs. You will also conduct assessments and monitoring by a combination of telephone contact and home visits.
This is a full-time (35 hours / week) position. A 4-day work week is available.

Qualifications:
- BA or AA and the ability to complete BA requirements within 3 years of hire.
- Strong interviewing and assessment skills.
- Strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Computer Skills: Proficient with MS Office Suite; entering narrative and other data into a database; working knowledge of Excel; ability to use the Internet to conduct information searches.
- Private vehicle.
- Preferred Qualifications:
- Fluency English/Russian preferred.
- Knowledge of, and experience working with, older people.
- Experience working in a community service setting.

We Offer:
- Generous vacation time 3 weeks in the first year
- Generous paid sick time 3 weeks in the first year
- Personal time 30 hours per year
- 11 paid holidays
- Health and dental insurance
- Life Insurance
- Long-term disability
- Flexible Spending Plan
- Employee Assistance Plan
- 403B Retirement Savings Plan
- Educational Reimbursement
- Mileage Reimbursement
- Free Parking

To apply:
- Please visit: http://www.mves.org/join-us/jobs/

Posted 2/27/17


Senior Budget Analyst, Boston Police Department
City of Boston

Overview:
This is a provisional appointment.

Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):
Under the direction of the Finance Division's Grant Manager, the Senior Budget Analyst will perform technical work and analysis for the preparation of the department's annual budget requests.

Responsibilities:
Job responsibilities include: processing and reconciling grant transactions with the City's financial system; reviewing line item expenditure requests for available funds; preparing monthly and quarterly reports as directed; entering new grants into the financial system as well as entering grant amendments as directed; making recommendations and preparing reports on administrative, fiscal, organizational, and procedural matters; and performs related work as required.

Minimum Entrance Qualifications:
Applicants must have at least four (4) years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, paid professional administrative experience in budgeting, accounting, office administration, personnel, or financial reporting of which at least two (2) years must have involved budget analysis. Ability to exercise good judgment and focus on detail as required by the job. It is strongly preferred that applicants have experience in Microsoft Word, Excel and Access.

CRIMINAL RECORD CHECK REQUIRED.
A PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG TEST IS REQUIRED.
BOSTON RESIDENCY REQUIRED.

Terms:
- Union/Salary/Grade: SEIU/RL-15
- Hours Per Week: 35
- Req ID - 2017-12591
- Dept - Boston Police Department
- Location - BPD Police Admin. Service
- Salary Min - $46,799.94
- Salary Max - $64,007.57
- Union - SU4
- Posted Date - 2/8/2017
- Posting End Date - 2/17/2017

Posted 2/9/17


Artist-in-Residence
Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC)

The Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC), the regional planning agency for Metro Boston, seeks an Artist-in-Residence (AIR) to serve as a key member of a new team focused on advancing the arts and cultural goals in the MetroFuture regional plan. The AIR will serve an 18-month term with MAPC. The AIR will work with other staff at MAPC, as well as external partners, on local and regional planning projects that aim to help cities, towns, and neighborhoods become more culturally vibrant, open to artistic expression, and welcoming to people of many backgrounds. This is an opportunity to work in a dynamic, inter-disciplinary, and innovative environment to build a more sustainable and equitable future for metropolitan Boston.

About MAPC

MAPC, established by statute in 1963, is the Regional Planning Agency (RPA) serving the people who live and work in metropolitan Boston, an area of 3.2 million people with 101 cities and towns. Our mission is to promote smart growth and regional collaboration, which includes protecting the environment, supporting economic development, encouraging sustainable land use, improving transportation, bolstering affordable housing, ensuring public safety, advancing equity and opportunity among people of all backgrounds, and fostering collaboration among municipalities. In addition to our local and regional planning work, MAPC maintains an active effort to influence public policy, program design, and spending priorities on the state and federal levels. We are guided by MetroFuture: Making a Greater Boston Region, our regional policy plan for a more sustainable and equitable future, which was adopted in 2008, and by the agency’s Strategic Plan, which was adopted in 2014. For more information about MAPC, MetroFuture, and the Strategic Plan, visit www.mapc.org/about-mapc and www.mapc.org/metrofuture; for further information about MAPC’s arts and culture work, see www.mapc.org/art.

Responsibilities

The Artist-in-Residence (AIR) provides an exciting opportunity to engage in public sector work at the regional level. The AIR will be an important partner in the implementation of the MAPC Arts, Culture, and Planning Initiative – a cross-sector strategy to advance the arts and culture goals in MetroFuture. The AIR will work across MAPC’s departments and divisions to explore socially-engaged art-making that advances innovation at the intersection of arts, culture, and planning. The AIR will have opportunities to help establish MAPC’s creative community placemaking practice and to develop and test creative approaches that can creatively impact the planning and community development work of MAPC and the cities and towns in our region. The AIR will also participate in the scoping and implementation of planning projects involving a range of planning disciplines, including arts and culture; economic development; housing; transportation; climate change; and public health. Responsibilities include:

- Staffing select planning projects, engaging in arts and culture-focused activities such as: design/scoping and implementation of creative placemaking activities, outreach and engagement through social engaged/social practice art-making, and advising on arts and culture-focused planning and policy recommendations;
- Advising on changes and additions to the Arts and Planning Toolkit;
- Conducting research and writing to develop and document AIR arts activities;
- Participating in art and culture-focused professional development trainings for MAPC and MAPC- region planners in partnership with the Manager of Arts and Culture, the Arts and Culture Planner, and consultant(s); and
- Attending select MAPC staff meetings, evening meetings and occasional weekend meetings for projects, and engaging in local and regional travel.

Typical Qualifications

Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in the fine arts, arts administration, urban design/architecture, or other arts-related discipline and 3-5 five years of relevant experience in socially engaged/social practice art. Experience working with the public sector, nonprofit organizations, and community-based voluntary groups is desired.

Successful candidates will demonstrate all or most of the following:
- An active artistic practice and a working knowledge of and enthusiasm for a wide range of arts disciplines;
- Experience with various arts and culture fields of practice, such as: public art, social practice art/socially engaged art, and creative placemaking;
- Knowledge of or experience with at least 1-2 of the following topic areas: creative community engagement, civic engagement, community development, cultural planning, cultural asset mapping, housing, economic development, land use planning, transportation, climate change, sustainability, public health, and food systems;
- Experience working effectively with community groups and the arts and culture community, including artists, arts organizations, as well as local elected and appointed officials;
- Ability to work with people in a range of settings, including diverse urban neighborhoods, developing suburban centers, and/or small or rural communities;
- Working knowledge of and enthusiasm for a wide range of artistic disciplines and styles, and commitment to collaboration with individuals from other fields of practice; and
- Entrepreneurial work ethic, strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and strong research, writing, and communication skills.

Compensation and Benefits
The salary is $30,300 annually for 22.5 hours/week, or 25.90 per hour. This is a part-time exempt position. MAPC offers excellent Massachusetts state employee benefits as well as a flexible, supportive, and family-friendly work environment and a commitment to continued professional development.

Apply To
Apply online at www.mapc.org. Please attach a cover letter, resume, a brief artist statement, and 3-5 work samples in a digital format, e.g., a website, DropBox or Google Drive link, Flickr, Tumblr, or similar service. In the cover letter, please address how your work might creatively advance the implementation of MetroFuture and provide a link and details for accessing work samples. A review of applications will begin immediately. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Candidates must have legal authorization to work in the USA and a valid driver's license and/or the ability to arrange transportation to meetings in different parts of the region.

MAPC is an EOE/AA employer. We take pride in the diversity

Posted 2/9/17


Program Director
The Alliance for Business Leadership

The Alliance for Business Leadership seeks a Program Director to join a growing staff focused on building a strong voice for the progressive business community in Massachusetts.
The Alliance for Business Leadership is the business organization you’ve been hearing about around town: a dynamic, innovative coalition of progressive business leaders united in the belief that social responsibility and sustainable economic growth go hand-in-hand. Alliance business leaders run the gamut: companies large and small; long-established organizations as well as innovative start-ups; boldfaced names and people still making their mark. Alliance business leaders share a fervent commitment to creating growth and opportunity for everyone.

The ideal Program Director will be a detail-oriented self-starter who thrives in a fluid environment with a diverse set of responsibilities. The Program Director’s role will range from policy and organizing to administrative. Diverse candidates are encouraged to apply. Flexible schedule is negotiable.

Key Job Responsibilities:
- Work with the President to develop the Alliance’s strategy to expand its work in environmental responsibility and transportation, and to implement that strategy.
- Develop and maintain relationships with organizational allies in the areas of environmental responsibility and transportation.
- Develop and maintain relationships with key elected and appointed officials in the areas of environmental responsibility and transportation.
- Monitor legislative developments related to environmental responsibility and transportation, and recommend and implement appropriate responsive action from the Alliance.
- Increase the education and engagement of the progressive business community around
- issues of environmental responsibility and transportation. This work will include but not be limited to: coordinating with Alliance staff and board members around writing opinion pieces, securing earned media, organizing educational events, assisting with the development of programming for and planning of ABL Leader Lab, assisting with the placement of Alliance leaders as participants in public events involving environmental responsibility and transportation.
- Manage all Alliance administrative needs, including but not limited to: bill payment, communication with vendors, event and meeting coordination, website maintenance, donor stewardship and reporting, and government filings.

Job Requirements:
- A Bachelor’s degree, and a minimum of 2 years work experience.
- Familiarity with the Massachusetts civic and political landscape.
- Familiarity with media relations and social media.
- Ability to work independently and with a team.
- Comfort with working in a fluid environment.
- Capacity to think strategically, develop plans, and follow through.
- Willingness to work some evenings.
- Ability to work with and organize people with diverse backgrounds.
- Excellent attention to detail.
- Strong computer skills.
- Strong writing and communications skills.
- Comfort with public speaking.
- Comfort with website design and maintenance.
- Comfort with budget management and finance basics.
Previous experience with the business community and/or issues-based organizing is desired.
A passion for advancing a progressive agenda is required.

Compensation:
Up to $60,000. Commensurate with experience.
To apply, please email a resume and cover letter to: info@alliancebl.org.

The Alliance is an equal opportunity employer. Applications must be received by 5pm on Friday, February 24, 2017.

Posted 2/9/17


Democracy for Non-Profit Organizer
MassVote

More info

Reports to: Executive Director
Status: Full-time, exempt position with benefits. 40 hours/week must be able to meet on occasional evening and weekend hours, specifically during election cycle.

About the Organization: MassVOTE is a non-partisan, nonprofit organization working to advance electoral justice through legislative advocacy and voter engagement. We promote a culture of active political participation, through providing local grassroots groups and civic organizations with the tools they need to organize, register, and educate voters. MassVOTE’s emphasis is on historically disenfranchised communities. By ensuring they are registered, educated and activated, MassVOTE works to sustain consistent civic engagement. In the long-term, MassVOTE’s work on electoral justice is a critical part of a larger infrastructure for social change. MassVOTE supports the broader movement for social, economic, and racial justice.

Overview of Position: The Democracy for Non-Profit Organizer (D4NP) will work closely with the Executive Director in advancing the organization’s overall mission and implementing D4NP campaigns.

The Organizer will support the coordinator of Young Civic Leaders program by providing and developing civic engagement training and creating innovative projects that enhance and integrate the activities of the youth leadership program as it works to advance MassVOTE’s yearly goals.

The primary responsibility of the D4NP Organizer is to develop, organize and oversee the D4NP which currently consists of three major initiatives;
- Civic Engagement Initiative (CEI) a technical assistance re-granting project that supports community based organizations to build their civic engagement and voter engagement program with the overall goals of building power, increasing civic engagement, and improving voter participation in low-income communities and communities of color.

- B500 Network: The B500 is in its pilot stage. The initiative is a collaborative project with the NAACP. The overall objective is to develop a network of voters that cultivates, educates and mobilizes inactive voters into “Super-voters”. The Boston network goal is to have 10,000 inactive voters consistently coming out to vote by when 2018.

- D4NP Campaigns: The D4NP encompasses the organization’s legislative and voter access campaigns to advance voter access, transparency and accountability. In addition, the campaigns promote issues that impact the communities MassVOTE works to engage and advance social, economic and racial justice. In 2016, the campaigns focus is on advancing re-precincting, re-districting and implementation of early voting and pre-registration election reform.

D4NP Major Responsibilities:
- Manages day-to-day elements of CEI including RFP process and tracking.
- Reviews and revises MassVOTE civic engagement training materials and modules.
- Develops detailed reports on grantee work and provides structured feedback for improvement.
- Works with MassVOTE staff to develop voter education materials and campaign plans.
- Attends all D4NP meetings and represents the organization in coalition meetings and additional spaces as needed.
- Other duties as assigned to advance voter access, accountability and education.

Position Requirement:
- Bachelor’s degree and 3 years or more of equivalent experience, particularly in community organizing, voter engagement and/or issue campaigns.
- Commitment to social justice movements and to advancing voting rights, GOTV, and/or election-related activities.
- Experience working with diverse communities with the ability to build trusting relationships with a diverse group of people.
- Comfort and experience working with technology and particularly with Microsoft applications and online platforms.
- Experience in planning small to large convenings, trainings and workshops.
- Strong listening, facilitation and communication skills.
- Experience in designing interactive trainings and workshops for diverse communities.
- Excellent planning and organizing abilities, including coalition building.
- Strong ability to provide assistance to organizations on a one-on-one basis and in a group environment.
- Strong experience ability to prioritize work activities and use time effectively.
- Strong team player with a willingness to engage in various activities as needed.
- Willingness to be an avid learner and ability to seek resources to advance personal and organizational development.
- Ability to thrive in a highly dynamic, flexible and fast-paced environment.

To apply: Please submit a brief cover letter with salary requirements, resume, and references to Hiring Manager at jobs@massvote.org. Candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Bilingual in Spanish or other language is plus but not a requirement.
Timeline: Position to start asap 2017

Posted 2/9/17


Full-Time Bilingual/Bicultural Counselor/Advocate
The Center for Hope and Healing, Inc. Lowell, MA

The Center for Hope and Healing (CHH) is a private not for profit organization dedicated to the healing and empowerment of survivors of rape and sexual assault through counseling, advocacy, and to the prevention of sexual violence through education. We are a multicultural organization with a social justice orientation to the work of eradicating sexual violence.
CHH currently seeks a Full-Time Bilingual/Bicultural Counselor/Advocate. This position will have a focus on working with/in underserved communities, i.e. refugees/immigrants, youth, LGBQ/T individuals, etc. This position reports to the Survivor Services Manager.

Responsibilities within the Survivor Services Department include and are not limited to the following:
- Conduct community outreach including: focus groups, youth groups and education, on-site group work within community organizations to better identify the needs and promote services to identified underserved communities/survivors
- Counselors will conduct community and professional workshops
- Provide one-on-one counseling, on-site and in the community in order to increase survivor access to services
- Facilitate support groups, on-site and in the community in order to increase survivor access to services
- Work to ensure survivor services and outreach efforts are culturally relevant to survivors and communities that we serve
- Provide clients with appropriate referrals and assistance as needed. Respond to and assist with their full-frame of needs.
- Provide medical and legal advocacy to clients as needed
- Provide monthly/quarterly reports and statistics
- Participate in providing coverage to 24-hour hotline (including daytime/office hour coverage)
- Participate in implementation of volunteer recruitment, training, coordination of hotline, and medical advocacy schedules (to be delegated by Survivor Services Manager)
- Act as a liaison to reach out to the Portuguese or Khmer speaking communities (organizations, schools, neighborhoods, etc.)
- Other duties as determined by the Survivor Services Manager

Desired Skills/Qualifications:
- Bachelor’s Degree required in related field of psychology and counseling, human services and/or education
- Minimum of 1-2 years’ work experience in crisis intervention or counseling sexual violence survivors or experience in related field such as public health, education or social services
- Experience affecting social change through community education
- Excellent presentation skills and communication skills both verbal and written
- Bilingual preferred in Portuguese or Khmer

Jobs@chhinc.org

Posted 2/9/17


Accountant
Grassroots Campaigns

Grassroots Campaigns is hiring an experienced and ambitious accounting professional to take on a leadership role on our Finance team.

Job Description: The Accountant is responsible for the general accounting function including journal entries, maintaining balance sheet schedules and account and bank reconciliations. This person will assist with monthly closings and account analysis and will support the Controller in carrying out the responsibilities of the Finance Department.

Responsibilities:
- Prepare journal entries
- Reconcile and maintain balance sheet accounts
- Reconcile bank statements for multiple bank accounts
- Prepare monthly closing and financial statements
-Prepare client invoices
- Assist in preparing budgets and forecasts
- Assist in supervising the payroll department
- Prepare quarterly depreciation schedules
- Assist with implementing and maintaining internal financial controls and procedures

Qualifications:
- Bachelor’s degree with a concentration in Accounting or Finance required
- Minimum of 2 years of experience is preferred
- Solid Excel skills required
- Knowledge of QuickBooks a plus
- Ability to work as a part of a team and multi-task required

To Apply: Please e-mail Merida Lloyd at leadership@grassrootscampaigns.com with your resume, cover letter and salary requirements. Please include the position you are applying to, and how you heard about it in the subject line.

Location and Compensation: The position is available immediately in Boston, MA. Salary is commensurate with experience and a competitive benefits package is included.

Posted 2/9/17


Database Coordinator
Lee Family Office

JOB DESCRIPTION
Lee Family Office seeks a full-time Database Coordinator to support Barbara Lee, the Barbara Lee Political Office and the Barbara Lee Family Foundation by managing the CRM database, generating and maintaining data and reports, and supporting office staff in their use of the database. This position reports to the Program Director.

ABOUT YOU
Candidates must have 2-4 years’ experience working with a database system as well as the initiative to troubleshoot and improve database functions. Additional experience is necessary in administrative work, data entry, staff training, and event planning. Basic knowledge of computer programming and maintenance, along with an interest in social activism, women’s issues, and politics is preferred.

ABOUT US
The Lee Family Office (LFO) manages administrative functions for Barbara Lee and provides staffing for the Barbara Lee Political Office (BLPO) and the Barbara Lee Family Foundation (BLFF).

The Barbara Lee Family Foundation’s nonpartisan research on women running for executive office has been used by politicians, press, and practitioners for nearly two decades to understand the obstacles and opportunities for women running for office. Our expertise on women in politics has been featured in national press outlets from the New York Times to Glamour, Politico, and MSNBC.

The Barbara Lee Political Office is a leading resource for progressive women candidates. BLPO advances women’s equality in American politics by recruiting, electing, and supporting progressive, pro-choice, pro-equality women candidates and building a pipeline of Democratic women Governors and U.S. Senators.

Barbara Lee has been named one of Boston’s most influential thought leaders by Boston Magazine, and her reach is nationwide. Barbara Lee has helped elect 140 women in 32 states, including every sitting Democratic woman Governor and U.S. Senator.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
Database Responsibilities:
- Responsible for detailed and precise data entry of contact and vendor information into the
Microsoft Dynamics CRM database taken from electronic and paper sources. Position utilizes
agreed-upon organizational standards for information entry and information workflows.
- Provide Administrative and Program and Communications Teams with reports and lists (custom and static) using queries to facilitate bulk mailings/campaigns/event lists/travel documents.
- Responsible for recognizing the need for and performing research efforts when updating contact information. Includes, but is not limited to, use of the Internet, hardcopy and electronic sources. Staff Training Responsibilities:
- Update user manuals and maintain current filing practices.
- Participate in periodic meetings with Principal and Program Team to establish parameters for
data requests and best practices.
- Train existing/new staff on how to use the CRM database and computer software.
Research & Direct Mailings Responsibilities:
- Responsible for coordinating mailings (electronic and postal) to solicit updated contact
information, on a monthly basis.
- Responsible for coordinating with Principal and Executive Director to produce lists and mailing
labels for bulk mailings.

Administrative Responsibilities:
- Participate in Program Team duties, as directed by the Program Director, and assist other staff
members as directed.
- Attend all-staff meetings weekly and departmental/team meetings monthly or as directed.

JOB REQUIREMENTS
Skills/Experience:
- Bachelor’s degree from accredited college or university strongly preferred.
- 2-4 years’ experience working with relational databases, including data entry and database
customizations.
- Prefer direct experience using Contact Resource Management (CRM) applications as an end
user.
- Prefer experience with constituent management/email blast systems.
- Must be proficient with use of Microsoft Office, Word, and Excel (including mail merges).
- Must have efficient and highly accurate data entry abilities and demonstrated ability to
manipulate figures and data with speed and accuracy.
- Must have ability to understand workflow processes and deadlines, and carry out duties utilizing established organizational protocols.
- Excellent communication skills. Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
- Ability and desire to work as a team player and as a leader.
- Ability to gracefully manage a high level of stress, multiple projects, and meet deadlines.
- Mature, discreet, and confidential.
- Interest in women’s leadership and political participation.

Lee Family Office is committed to workplace diversity and inclusion and candidates from
underrepresented communities are encouraged to apply. We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate in hiring or employment. We offer competitive salaries, excellent benefits, and a pleasant working environment. Salary is based on a nonprofit scale and commensurate with experience.

TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, and reference list to:
Amanda Cone
Director of Operations
Lee Family Office
131 Mt. Auburn St., Suite 3
Cambridge, MA 02138
acone@barbaralee.com

Posted 2/9/17


Social Worker
United Somali Youth Program

Founded in 2008, the United Somali Youth Program is a non-profit organization that provides academic support, summer jobs, year round recreation, leadership training, mentoring and social development support for Boston’s Somali refugee youth. Our mission is “To support the development of Somali and other African youth through culturally responsive programs”.

The Social Worker position is a full-time position, working within USYP to manage the Youth Outreach Component. The Social Worker must ensure that all services are delivered to participants at local public schools, Somali Community Centerand after-school programs by planning and collaborating with other community-based organizations to meet the need of at-risk Somali youth who live in Boston.

Responsibilities include:
- Coordinating and managing all outreach services to youth,
- Providing case management and follow-up care,
- Developing service plans in collaboration with school and community center providers,
- Establishing relationships with local schools, community service agencies, courts and other providers,
- Researching resources to support the program’s activities,
- Recruiting participants for after-school and summer components,
- Reaching out to the families of youth being served,
- Collecting and maintaining program data (youth attendance, progress reports, individual youth service plans, etc)
- Assisting with workshops coordination at community center,
- Preparing and submitting quarterly outreach program reports,
- Attending youth support meetings (schools, courts, community),
- Assisting with in-house afterschool and summer programming,
- Other duties as assigned by the Program Director.

Compensation: 40 hrs per week X $15 -$20 per hr (Flexible hrs)

Contact: Said Ahmed, Executive Director
Phone: 617-749-6502 Email: saidahmed330@gmail.com

Posted 2/9/17


Office and IT Coordinator
Hyde Square Task Force

Job Description: The Office and IT Coordinator position will support day-to-day operations of the HSTF Youth Community Development Center (YCDC).
Salary Range: $35,000 - $40,000
Email: Enoes@HydeSquare.org

Hyde Square Task Force (HSTF) is an award-winning youth development and social change organization based in Boston’s Latin Quarter. Through high-quality arts, academic, and leadership programming, HSTF serves over 1,200 youth in the Hyde/Jackson Square neighborhood of Jamaica Plain. Our mission is to develop the skills of youth and their families so they are empowered to enhance their own lives and build a strong, safe, and vibrant urban community.

The Office and IT Coordinator position will support day-to-day operations of the HSTF Youth Community Development Center (YCDC). This building houses 18 full-time staff and provides structured and drop-in activities to over 200 youth ages 8-21 and their families each week. The ideal candidate will be a hard-working, creative, pragmatic, and flexible individual who takes the initiative to resolve problems and make improvements as needed.

Responsibilities:
Facilities Maintenance & Upkeep
- Coordinate the maintenance and repairs of the YCDC in collaboration with staff, vendors, and service providers.
- Ensure cost-efficient and effective operation of the YCDC by proactively exploring and proposing cost savings and other improvements.

Customer Service
- Courteously greet visitors, answer phones, direct callers, and respond to basic customer service requests.
- Maintain attractive reception area and ensure that appropriate information is available to visitors.

Office Coordination
- Monitor office inventory and place purchase orders of supplies and equipment as needed.
- Participate in the development of appropriate facility and equipment usage policies/procedures and communicate these to staff and visitors.
- Engage staff in developing and implementing shared expectations and responsibilities for common area upkeep, including the coordination of periodic all-staff clean-up days.
- Maintain the YCDC schedule and coordinate use of the facility by staff as well as outside partners.
- Collect and distribute mail.
- Responsible for the general voice mailbox, return and forward messages as needed.
- Support Executive Director with scheduling and other administrative tasks as needed.

IT Maintenance and Upkeep
- Coordinate all projects related to IT regular maintenance, repairs and upgrades.
- Troubleshoot basic issues related to network server and access, VoIP, wireless connections, printer functions, and personnel computing equipment.
- Coordinate appropriate vendors to resolve all other issues related to IT in a timely manner.

Other Organizational Responsibilities
- Communicate in a timely and professional manner with staff in person and via email.
- Provide staffing and support at program and organizational events.
- Other duties as required.

Qualifications:
- At least one year relevant experience in office coordination and IT helpdesk.
- Outstanding organizational and time management skills, with the ability to organize and prioritize work effectively.
- Ability to successfully manage multiple projects to completion.
- Able to work independently and as part of a team.
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and written).
- Able to proficiently operate standard office equipment including telephone/voicemail systems, fax machines and photocopiers.
- Basic understanding of PC-based network using Microsoft Small Business.
- Proficiency with MS Office including Outlook as well as Internet, e-mail, calendar, and scheduling applications.
- Driver’s license required.
- Bilingual Spanish/English strongly preferred.

Requirements and Salary:
- Schedule: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Thursday, some weekends required.
- Reports to Director of Finance and Facilities.
- Interested candidates must be authorized to work legally in the United States.
- Salary: $35,000 to $40,000 dependent upon experience.

We will review all submissions and contact individuals selected to continue in the search process. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter to:
- Enoes Andujar, Director of Finance and Facilities at Enoes@HydeSquare.org.
No phone calls please.

Hyde Square Task Force is an equal opportunity provider and employer. We value having a diverse staff who are representative of the community we serve and bring to our organization a variety of traditions, experiences and points of view. Individuals of all backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.

Posted 2/9/17


Section Programs Assistant
Boston Bar Association

- Job location
Beacon Hill, Boston
- Salary range
Commensurate with experience

- Email for application or questions
Cover letter must be submitted with resume to hr@bostonbar.org

- Job Description
Fast-paced non-profit association seeks detailed oriented person to provide support for educational programs, trainings, and networking the activities of the Sections and other groups of the Boston Bar Association. This position will also manage the online and internal organization-wide calendar and be responsible for coordinating internal program logistics. The position will also work with other staff members to coordinate the promotion of various programs. While this is an entry-level position with a wide range of administrative duties, an intelligent and motivated self-starter will have many opportunities to take on challenging assignments and grow professionally.

Responsibilities include:
- Support the Section & Committee and Forum members in planning and executing Brown Bag Lunch Programs and other programs.
- Provide administrative support to Section steering committees and Forums including compiling and distributing agendas and materials, scheduling meetings, and acting as the staff liaison to Sections and Forums as requested.
- Provide support to initiatives of the Solo & Small Firm, New lawyers and Diversity & Inclusions Section and Affinity Bar Partners as directed by the Manager of Member Engagement.
- Manage online and internal organization-wide calendar.
- Participate in Membership and Community Outreach events.
- Provide administrative support including data entry tasks and preparing reports.
- Assist with general projects and events of the BBA and BBF.

The successful candidate will have strong analytical, organizational and project management skills; exceptional writing skills with attention to detail, possess ability to manage multiple projects independently, and strong communication and interpersonal skills to interact with leadership and senior staff. A college degree is required, and proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint) is a must. Knowledge of ADOBE suite software is desired.

Posted 2/9/17


Member Services Assistant
Boston Bar Association

- Job location
Beacon Hill, Boston
- Salary range
Commensurate with experience
- Email for application or questions:
hr@bostonbar.org

- Job Description
The Boston Bar Association seeks a resourceful, energetic and professional individual to provide support for the Lawyer Referral Service, front desk administration and other programs of the BBA. The Member Services Assistant will respond to requests for legal assistance from the general public and making appropriate referrals to local attorneys and other legal resources and oversee data entry for the LRS department. The Member Services Assistant will also engage in customer service functions at the front desk/reception area answering telephone inquiries and greeting BBA members and the general public (some evening hours required). Some specific responsibilities include:
- Respond to requests for legal assistance from the general public by determining the nature of the person's legal problem and making appropriate referrals to local attorneys and other legal resources.
- Engage in customer service functions at the front desk/reception area in the afternoon hours. Duties include answering and directing telephone inquiries, greeting members and the general public, receiving mail and deliveries, and other administrative duties.
- Oversee the data entry for LRS membership, Attorney Registration (BBO) status, and payments.
- Schedule all Member Space use and adhere to protocols for usage of those areas.
- Provide administrative support as needed for the Association's Public Service Programs, such as Summer Jobs, the Law Student Internship Program, and the Lawyer for the Day Program at the Housing Court.
- Provide administrative and clerical support on large projects or special events as needed, including mailings, photocopying, and scanning.
- Serve as primary back-up for the front desk.
- Provide support with program logistics as-needed for both on and off-site programs and events.

While this is an entry-level position with a wide range of administrative duties, an intelligent and motivated self-starter will have many opportunities to take on challenging assignments and grow professionally.

The successful candidate will have strong analytical, organizational and project management skills; exceptional attention to detail, possess the ability to manage multiple projects independently, and strong communication and interpersonal skills to interact with members and volunteer leadership. A college degree is preferred, and proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint) is a must.

Email cover letter and resume to hr@bostonbar.org

Posted 2/9/17


Director of Development, full-time (UTEC, Lowell, MA)
UTEC - Lowell, MA

Are you a skillful networker and a passionate ambassador able to attract new individual gifts? A leader who is seeking an opportunity to lead an exciting growth plan, including high-level corporate giving? This is an opportunity for an experienced fundraiser and manager to work in a nationally-recognized nonprofit organization with a growing evidence base of accomplished outcomes for young adults with past gang and criminal involvement. UTEC needs you to step into our successful and evolving agency to continue our substantial growth in both services and funding, as part of the leadership team that sustains the agency’s $5M+ budget.

This position will work directly with our Executive Director, an eager and effective fundraiser. You will be expected to build a personal portfolio and make direct asks for significant donations. You will also prepare the Executive Director for his individual asks and support other leadership staff in managing their own portfolios.

This position is ideal if you desire to work within a dynamic, innovative organization and with compassionate, driven colleagues. Based on experience and performance, this position has continued growth opportunity, with potential evolution to a Chief Development Officer role.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
- Manage all strategies for donor cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship
- Steward relationships with a portfolio of individual donors, corporations, and selected funders
- Directly supervise 2-3 FT staff, and oversee volunteer and internship opportunities
- Oversee portfolio management by the Executive Director and other leadership staff
- Make face-to-face asks of donors; prepare Executive Director and other leadership staff for direct asks
- Execute a schedule of monthly or more cultivation and fundraising events, with supervised staff
- Help build the capacity of UTEC’s Board of Directors to identify and invite new donors
- Provide direction on the use of Salesforce, our CRM managed by the Database Manager
- Collaborate with the Assoc. Director of Develop. on donor communications/agency-wide marketing efforts
- Work closely with Chief Finance Officer to best integrate systems (development/finance)

REQUIREMENTS:
- A minimum of 5-7 years of fundraising experience, including staff supervision
- Proven experience in designing and managing a variety of fundraising campaigns
- Experience with developing and maintaining productive working relationships with board members, donors, and co-workers at all levels
- Capacity to work effectively in a fast environment with evolving priorities, both as a leader/part of a team
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to work a flexible schedule, including some night and weekend events
- Healthy sense of humor, and an ability to have fun while working hard
- Attention to detail a must!
- Commitment to social justice and a passion for serving our young people is essential
- Bachelor’s degree or higher preferred

COMPENSATION: Annual salary commensurate with experience, 3 weeks of vacation to start, paid holidays and sick/personal time, health and dental (50-85% subsidized). UTEC is also prepared to offer the right candidate professional coaching and support in advanced managerial and fundraising approaches.

TO APPLY: In one PDF document, please send both your resume and cover letter to jobs@utec-lowell.org with “Director of Development” in the subject line. No calls, please. Not all applications will receive responses.

ABOUT: UTEC is dedicated to helping young people overcome the very real challenges of poverty, gang involvement, unemployment, and cultural barriers that are pervasive in their community. Based in Lowell, MA, UTEC uses a proven model to create success and better futures for our young people, and ultimately, for all of us. More at www.utec-lowell.org

Posted 2/9/17


Investigative Reporter
WNEU

About Us
NBCUniversal is one of the world’s leading media and entertainment companies in the development, production, and marketing of entertainment, news, and information to a global audience. NBCUniversal owns and operates a valuable portfolio of news and entertainment television networks, a premier motion picture company, significant television production operations, a leading television stations group, and world-renowned theme parks.

NBCUniversal’s policy is to provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, gender identity or expression, age, national origin or ancestry, citizenship, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, veteran status, membership in the uniformed services, genetic information, or any other basis protected by applicable law.

Responsibilities
- Research, develop, write and produce ground-breaking investigative news stories
- Generate long and short-term investigative news projects
- Contribute research and analysis on major breaking news events
- Provide investigative content across all of Telemundo Boston’s on-air and digital platforms
- Develop and maintain sources that will generate exclusive reports
- Conduct and oversee hidden-camera and surveillance operations
- Work with station management and Telemundo/NBC legal department conceptualizing and producing content
- Willingness to perform basic video shooting and editing

Qualifications/Requirements
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience working as a television news reporter
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience presenting stories live on-camera
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience working as an investigative reporter
- Understanding of computer-assisted reporting and working with database and spreadsheet programs
- Strong story-telling and television writing skills
- Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism or related field

Additional Job Requirements
- Interested candidate must submit a resume/CV through www.nbcunicareers.com
- Must be willing to work in Newton, MA
- Willingness to travel and work overtime, and on weekends with short notice
- Must have a valid driver’s license
- Must be “on call” 24 hours a day / 7 days a week
- Must be able to provide a reel/portfolio of work examples -- if available, include a web address when you submit your resume

Desired Characteristics
- Ability to shoot and edit video for broadcast
- Willingness to work long hours and overtime

Posted 2/9/17


 
 

 

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