Job Openings at the PIC
As part of the Research and Evaluation team, the research analyst supports PIC initiatives and programs for Boston youth. The position combines data management, independent analysis and team research, and youth service sector convening responsibilities in a dynamic role. The analyst’s work offers the opportunity to affect, organize, evaluate, bring together, and improve public and private efforts to serve Boston’s young people.
Please submit cover letter and resume to Lynne Powers at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, May 29.
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. Each coach also has responsibility for a special project. 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 applies what we learn to better support college completion for these students.
Please submit cover letter and resume to Lynne Powers at email@example.com by Friday, May 1.
The Metro Boston Skilled Careers in Life Sciences (SCILS) Initiative is a federally funded, multi-year initiative to improve career opportunities for residents in the Greater Boston area and to develop a more highly trained workforce for the area’s health care and life sciences sectors.
The Program Assistant will connect participants and employers in the life sciences and health care industries. The person in this position will participate in the data collection and research component of the project and work with the SCILS Project Manager to convene and support our four-region Life Sciences Consortium.
Please submit cover letter and resume to Angela McCabe at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, March 16.
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 email@example.com by Friday, May 1.
The Employer Account Manager coordinates the Boston Private Industry Council’s relationships with companies throughout the Boston area. The person in this role works closely with PIC Career Specialists to identify and place students in paid internship positions within a variety of industries, including higher education, financial services, law, and retail. The Employer Account Manager is also responsible for educating employers about all PIC initiatives and other services.
Please submit cover letter and resume to Tara Raposa at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, February 20.
Please contact Emily Kahn at email@example.com for more information.
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