Job Openings at the PIC

 

Financial Services Employer Account Manager

The Financial Services Employer Account Manager coordinates the Boston Private Industry Council’s relationships with financial services 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 the financial services industry.  The Employer Account Manager is also responsible for educating employers about all PIC initiatives and other services.

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Please submit cover letter and resume to Tara Raposa at tara.raposa@bostonpic.org by October 10. 

Project Manager of the Metro Boston SCILS (Skilled Careers in Life Sciences) Initiative

The Project Manager of the Metro Boston SCILS Initiative is responsible for sustaining and expanding a life science sector strategy serving the Greater Boston area’s workforce investment system, job seekers and life sciences employers.  The Project Manager is an integral part of the Metro Boston Skilled Careers In Life Sciences (SCILS) Initiative, a four year $5 million initiative to improve career opportunities for residents of the Greater Boston area and provide a more highly trained life science workforce for the area’s healthcare and biotechnology sectors.  The Project Manager will work with all of the region’s  one-stop career centers, partner and collaborate with numerous outside agencies, and build a productive network of career center staff, training providers, customers, and employer partners.  The Project Manager will create resources, workshops, and events that inform and guide job seekers and ultimately make a significant impact on the region’s workforce.

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Please submit cover letter and resume to Angela McCabe at angela.mccabe@bostonpic.org by Friday, October 10.

Opportunity Youth Coordinator

The Opportunity Youth Coordinator will staff an innovative collective impact project focused on developing education and career pathways for opportunity youth (16-24 year-olds who are out of school and out of work).  Boston’s Opportunity Youth Collaborative is part of a dynamic national network addressing this group.  The role includes staffing committees, organizing thoughtful and engaging discussions, and helping to facilitate decision-making processes for the Opportunity Youth Collaborative.  The coordinator will also help support other related committees and manage the Collaborative’s AmeriCorps VISTA ServiceWorks program.  The Opportunity Youth Coordinator will collect and analyze data; write and produce summary reports, grants, and policy papers; help develop measurement systems; and organize the Collaborative’s recommendations for programming, policy, and resource allocation. 

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Please submit a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to Lynne Powers at lynne.powers@bostonpic.org. Deadline extended to Friday, October 17.

Postsecondary Employer Specialist

The Postsecondary Employer Specialist recruits and prepares Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC) students for participation in private sector jobs and college internships. Working closely with Career Navigators and Postsecondary Transition Coaches based at BHCC, the Employer Specialist will facilitate school-based workshops and programs to prepare selected students for employment and help inform their longer-term college and career pathway options. The Employer Specialist must be able to work effectively with employers, students, college faculty and staff, and other PIC staff.

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Please submit cover letter and resume to Lynne Powers at lynne.powers@bostonpic.org by Friday, October 31.

 

Please contact Emily Kahn at emily.kahn@bostonpic.org for more information.