Job Openings

Communications and Development Specialist

The Communications and Development Specialist collaborates with the Development and Communications Director to promote the PIC in various online and print media. The Specialist also contributes to the development efforts of the organization. The role includes writing and producing marketing materials; maintaining the PIC’s social media presence; updating PIC websites; identifying new opportunities for digital marketing; prospecting potential donors; and assisting with grant applications and reports.

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To apply, email cover letter and resume to Bodi Luse (bodi.luse@bostonpic.org) by Friday, August 30, 2019.


Launch Outreach Specialist

Working with the PIC Launch Outreach Manager, the Outreach Specialist will reach out to residents of Boston Housing Authority developments and other state-funded public housing units to recruit young adults who might benefit from career coaching, employment services, and education or job training referrals. The outreach team will spend time at local developments to develop relationship with staff, tenant task forces and residents—particularly the young adults. The outreach team will refer interested young adults to Launch career coaching services at either the PIC or Jewish Vocational Service (JVS). The idea is to provide a secure handoff by introducing the young adults in person to the career coaches, who will then introduce them to employment, education, and training options.

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To apply, email cover letter and resume to Cameron Mendes-Moreau (cameron.mendes-moreau@bostonpic.org) by Friday, August 23, 2019.


Launch Career Navigator-Project Manager

Working with the PIC Launch team and the United Way, the Career Navigator- Project Manager (Navigator) will provide job readiness training, connections to employment, and career coaching for Launch participants who choose to focus on employment in the near term. The Navigator will work with the PIC Employer Engagement team and the Mass Hire Career Centers to identify employment opportunities for participants. The project management component of the position involves overseeing the quality of data entry and reporting for the PIC team, assist in the upkeep of the Salesforce database, and upload Salesforce data into the Launch ETO database. The Navigator will work with the PIC Launch team and referral partners to help the team assess the quality of program and employment opportunities and to work with the team to improve referral, handoff, and participant support practices continuously

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To apply, email cover letter and resume to Cameron Mendes-Moreau (cameron.mendes-moreau@bostonpic.org) by Friday, August 23, 2019.


Young Adult Career Coach

The Young Adult Career Coach (Coach) will support Boston Public Schools graduates who are not attending college. The Coach will work with other PIC staff to recruit recent graduates and graduating seniors at high-need high schools who are not attending college. The Coach will provide these young adults with individualized assessment, career exploration, and preparation for employment. The Coach will refer them to job training programs and jobs with potential for advancement. The Coach will be a member of the PIC’s Re-Engagement team and will collaborate with the Employer Engagement, Postsecondary, and School-to-Career teams in identifying participants and resources. The Coach will develop a portfolio of high-quality job training programs and employers in order to secure strong placements for participants.

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To apply, email cover letter and resume to Cameron Mendes-Moreau (cameron.mendes-moreau@bostonpic.org) by Friday, August 23, 2019.