The Senior HR Generalist is responsible for guiding, administering, and managing human resources services. These responsibilities include, but are not limited to, recruitment and selection, policy development, regulatory compliance, employee handbook development and maintenance, and employee relations. In addition, the Senior HR Generalist will assist the Administration and Finance Director in conducting employee orientation and benefits administration activities. The Senior HR Generalist will work with the other members of the Administration and Finance team to update the PIC’s internal processes to be more efficient with regard to both workflow and the use of online platforms.
The Assistant Director serves alongside two other Assistant Directors, reporting to the Career Services Director who distributes additional leadership responsibilities within the team. The Assistant Directors work with the Employer Engagement Managers to position as many students as possible for successful private sector internships, as well as to coordinate school-year career exploration activities. They work with the Admin and Finance team to coordinate the implementation of the PIC-sponsored jobs program. In addition, the Career Services Assistant Director will serve as the PIC liaison with BPS high school leaders—principals, assistant principals partnership directors, and guidance staff members to develop and pursue shared goals and expectations for school partnerships.
Based in one or more Boston public high schools, the Career Specialist recruits and prepares students for employment throughout the year and identifies work-ready students to make appropriate referrals. In coordination with the PIC’s employer engagement team, the Career Specialist supports students through selection processes and at worksites to make sure that they are meeting employer expectations and engaging in productive work-based learning experiences. The Career Specialist must be able to work effectively with youth, employers, teachers, school administrators, and PIC staff.
The PIC’s Youth Transitions Coordinator works closely with the Youth Transitions Director to organize and convene three important committees:
• the WIOA Youth Council which oversees the distribution of Boston’s federal grant for youth workforce development and alternative education programs,
• the Youth Transitions Task Force (YTTF) which focuses on dropout prevention and re-engagement as well as alternative education, and
• the Opportunity Youth Collaborative (OYC) which focuses on 18–24-year-olds who are unemployed or underemployed and not enrolled in college or occupational training.