Job Openings at the PIC
As a part of the Success Boston initiative, PIC postsecondary transition coaches provide college and career support to Boston Public Schools (BPS) graduates transitioning from high school to local two-year colleges in order to increase college retention and completion rates. Transition coaches have responsibility for student recruitment, transition coaching, program reporting, and support for employer partnerships. Coaches each have responsibility for a special project, which will be determined during the first six months of employment. The work is part of a larger citywide initiative to improve college outcomes for BPS graduates. We do our work in conjunction with a policy and practice community that seeks to apply what we learn to better support college completion for these students. The position will allow for some flexibility on work schedule and may require some evening and Saturday work.
Please submit cover letter and resume to Lynne Powers at email@example.com by Friday, August 1.
The Development and Communications Manager, with the involvement of the Executive Director, Chief of Staff, and the Senior Staff team, is responsible for building relationships with public and private funders, and securing and maintaining public and private funding through grant applications, solicitations, and reporting. The Development and Communications Manager is also responsible for all PIC marketing, including the annual report, website, social media initiatives, publicity, and communication materials.
Please submit cover letter and resume to Ann Levin at firstname.lastname@example.org by June 30. Applicants will be considered on a rolling basis, as we are looking to fill this position as soon as possible.
With guidance from the Chief of Staff, the Executive Assistant performs the administrative responsibilities of the executive office, manages communications and organizes priorities for the Executive Director, and assists the Executive Director and Chief of Staff in carrying out the organization’s mission. We are looking for a self-starter who has strong organizational skills, keen judgment, and an enthusiasm to learn the content of our work.
Please submit cover letter and resume to Emily Kahn at email@example.com. Applicants will be considered on a rolling basis, as we are looking to fill this position as soon as possible.
The Career Specialist recruits and prepares students for participation in private sector jobs and implements the PIC’s school-based operations in an assigned Boston Public High School or program. The Career Specialist must be able to work effectively with employers, youth, teachers, school administrators, and other PIC staff.
Please submit cover letter and resume to Tara Raposa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The PIC seeks a project manager to convene the Boston Healthcare Careers Consortium, an open group of employers, educators, workforce development organizations and other partners, who seek to promote healthcare related education and training opportunities for job seekers and current employees that are efficient, effective, and align with industry needs. In addition to the convening work, the project manager will be responsible for implementing pilot projects that emerge from this group, including some direct services for students and job seekers. The project manager will report directly to the PIC’s Director of Workforce Development and the chair of the Consortium, who represents an employer partner.
Please submit cover letter and resume to Emily Kahn at email@example.com. Applicants will be considered on a rolling basis, as we are looking to fill this position before September 2014.
Please contact Emily Kahn at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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