Employment and Professional Development Opportunities


ORGANIZATION: The Boston Children's Chorus

Employment Opportunity: Executive Director

The Boston Children’s Chorus (BCC) seeks to identify a talented Executive Director who can bring their knowledge and lived experience to the critical discussions inspired through our commitment to cultural equity, critical inquiry, and social change. The incumbent will report to the Board of Directors, and will be responsible for overseeing the staff and progress towards strategic objectives.


The Executive Director will be an entrepreneurial, optimistic, and respectful ambassador. At the same time, the Executive Director will provide visionary leadership, driving discussion toward consensus and action to advance the artistic, educational, and social justice mission of the organization. This includes ensuring BCC is a welcoming, inclusive, safe, and exciting environment for every student; expanding BCC’s reach within Boston-area communities that have been traditionally underserved and undercapitalized, including those currently underrepresented amongst BCC students; helping BCC better achieve its goals with respect to hiring and retaining a diverse staff and Board; and ensuring financial and operational stability. While the Executive Director will not be responsible for developing artistic programming, the incumbent will help lead the team responsible for that effort. Further, the primary responsibilities for this position include:

Vision, Leadership, and Motivation

- Lead and inspire staff and Board to work collaboratively to actualize BCC’s mission, vision, and core values.

- Direct all organizational strategy through the lens of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).

- Select dynamic and diverse staff and ensure that they have the values, skillsets, and work ethic to address the challenges facing the organization.

- Establish and maintain a strong senior management team, through which the day-to-day program oversight and administrative operations are maintained, financial and human resources secured, and programs evaluated for their innovation and impact.


Development and Marketing

- Provide leadership and direction for senior development staff and work collaboratively to meet the advancement needs of the organization:

- Cultivate a wide range of donor relationships, including public and private corporations, foundations, and individual supporters.

- Assure that the organization has a robust and effective development strategy and ensure implementation of that strategy.

- Solicit major gifts and serve as the key steward of institutional relationships in partnership with senior development staff.

- Maintain a strong, well-branded organization with a clearly stated vision and mission. Encourage cutting-edge marketing, PR, advertising, and social media strategies. Implement the institutional marketing plan.

- Build key relationships in the community.


Strategic Management

- Guide staff and Board towards implementing strategic plans.

- Working through a senior management team, build strong internal communication and coordination among and between departments.

- Ensure that there is a well-defined organizational structure, clear management objectives, measurable levels of responsibility and accountability, and opportunities and support for professional growth for faculty and staff.


Financial Sustainability

- Ensure the financial viability and sustainability of BCC.

- Oversee the financial management of the organization in coordination with the senior management team and Board.

- Establish a culture that utilizes financial resources effectively and invests resources wisely.

- Maintain financial best practices and seek innovation in managing financial resources.



- Develop a strong working relationship with Board leadership and Board working committees.

- Attend Board meetings and maintain timely, accurate, and complete information sharing with the Board.

- Use the wisdom, experience, and influence of Board members to promote BCC and its programs in members’ personal spheres of interest.

- Support the building of a strong Board in accordance with organizational by-laws and policies.

- Support the recruitment of Board members whose interests, talents, commitments, and values are congruent with the vision, mission, and needs of BCC. This includes helping to build a Board with a diverse composition.



- Demonstrated commitment to artistic excellence and social justice.

- Leadership and vision to direct a premier children’s chorus with diverse stakeholders.

- Demonstrated knowledge and commitment to BCC’s vision and mission.

- Proven ability to create constructive partnerships with a board, staff, singers, and community organizations and stakeholders.

- Demonstrated ability and/or experience working with young people; and supporting youth and their families.

- Ability to articulate ideas, motivate people, and inspire teamwork toward achievement of common goals.

- Proven managerial, problem solving, and strategic planning capabilities.

- Passion, high energy, and determination to surmount obstacles and challenges.

- Strong financial management knowledge and skills.

- Proven track record in building relationships with donors and establishing new development strategies.

- Strong written and oral communication skills.

- Ability to perform and prioritize multiple tasks



- Bachelor’s degree or higher; Master’s preferred.

- Minimum of 10 years work experience in increasingly responsible positions.

- Experience in nonprofit arts administration, development, and marketing preferred.

- Experience managing a board of directors or equivalent governing body.

- Experience managing a complex organizational budget with numerous revenue sources.


The Boston Children’s Chorus offers a competitive salary and benefits. This is a full-year position, which will be based at BCC Headquarters.


For immediate consideration, please submit a letter of interest, resume, and salary requirements to info@bostonchildrenschorus.org.



ORGANIZATION: Community Catalyst

Employment Opportunity: Human Resources Generalist

Your role as an HR Generalist will be far from one-dimensional. You’ll undertake a wide range of HR tasks, like organizing trainings, administering employee benefits and leaves and crafting HR policies. You will use Human Resources Information Systems to ensure all employee records are up-to-date and confidential. And you’ll also act as the main point of contact for employees’ queries on HR-related topics.  The goal is to ensure the HR department’s operations will be running smoothly and effectively to deliver maximum value to the organization as a whole.


Supervision: The Human Resources Generalist will be supervised by the Human Resources Director.


HR Areas of Responsibility:

•    First Level Leave of Absence Support

•    Background Checks

•    Verification of Employment

•    Unemployment Claims

•    Health & Welfare Benefits Administration (including Open Enrollment related tasks)

•    First Level Compliance

•    Lead performance management review process

•    Workers Compensation Claims Management

•    First Level Employee Relations

•    Gather and analyze data with useful HR metrics, like time to hire and employee turnover rates

•    Participate in project work

•    Back up for HRIS Specialist

•    Lead talent acquisition and recruitment processes

•    Conduct employee onboarding and help organize training & development initiatives.  

•    Assist in development and implementation of human resource policies

•    Maintain employee files and records in electronic and paper form

•    Other duties as assigned by manager


Job Requirements:

•    Minimum of two years of HR experience. Bachelor’s degree (preferred)

•    Experience using payroll and/or HRIS systems

•    Detail oriented, strong organizational skills

•    Strong communication skills (written and verbal)

•    Ability to work independently, as well as in a team

•    Strong knowledge of HR policies and procedures

•    Strong knowledge of hiring processes

•    Understanding of HR best practices and current regulations

•    Sound judgment and problem-solving skills

•    Customer-focused attitude, with high level of professionalism and discretion

•    Sense of urgency and timeliness

•    Strong Microsoft Word and Excel skills

•    Ability to work in a changing, fast-paced environment 


Benefits & Salary:

•    Salary Range: $55,000 – $65,000 

•    Generous paid time off policy 

•    Robust benefits package 

•    Convenient downtown Boston location 

TO APPLY : Applicants should submit a resume with a one page cover letter briefly summarizing their interest in and qualifications for the position to: jobs@communitycatalyst.org. Please put “Human Resources Generalist” in the subject line. 

Community Catalyst is a national non-profit advocacy organization working to build consumer and community leadership to transform the American health system. Our first priority is quality, affordable health care for all and to ensure that all individuals and communities sustain the power to influence local, state and national decisions that affect their health. Since 1998, we have provided leadership and support to consumer organizations, policymakers and foundations working to ensure the health care system serves everyone – especially historically marginalized communities. 

Community Catalyst strengthens organized consumer voices in communities, at statehouses and on Capitol Hill when advocates fight for changes that improve our health. 

As an organization, we believe an inclusive and open environment fosters creativity, contributes to the quality of our work, and provides growth opportunities for our employees. Additional information is available at www.communitycatalyst.org. 




Employment Opportunity: Organizational Assistant

General Statement of Duties

YW Boston seeks an energetic, detail-oriented Organizational Assistant who will provide operations and administrative support to the Executive and Programs Team to ensure efficiency of operations, effective delivery of program activities, and high quality service to internal and external constituencies including Board of Directors, partners and program participants. The Organizational Assistant will coordinate and manage administrative and logistics needs for the Leadership Team. The Organizational Assistant will also manage logistics needs for the program team activities, facilitate communication across the organization, support research and evaluation of programs and donors, and support projects and other administrative tasks as assigned. 


Position Outcomes  

The successful Organizational Assistant will

•    Effectively manage Leadership Team calendars including scheduling and logistics for internal and external meetings and communications

•    Create, edit and format presentations, documents, correspondence and materials that reinforce our mission and vision 

•    Coordinate well-organized and effective Board meetings 

•    Support Programs Team in preparing for and implementing high quality programs

•    Support research and data projects to inform our work

Key Responsibilities

Leadership Team Support

•    Maintains and manages the CEO’s calendar; organize schedule and prepare for meetings with key stakeholders and partners

•    Creates, edits and formats presentations, documents, correspondence and materials as appropriate

•    Assists with the completion of one-time projects relating to current initiatives of the Leadership team

Board Support and Liaison

•    Serves as the CEO’s administrative liaison to the YW Boston Board of Directors

•    Works with and supports the CEO with Board activities including Board and Committee meeting preparation and support for committees

•    Plans and coordinates logistics for all Board meetings, committee meetings, management meetings and the annual meeting, including scheduling meeting space, preparing and mailing meeting packets in advance of meeting, and managing all operational aspects of the meeting, including managing a Board protected site

•    Maintains discretion and confidentiality in relationships with all Board members

Program team support

•    Responds to requests for information about programs 

•    Keeps up to date on programming and keeps consistent records on programmatic calendars 

•    Research projects as assigned including other mission-based nonprofits/programs 

•    Performs data entry and general clerical duties to include but not limited to photocopying, faxing, mailing, filing, ordering materials, and scheduling 


•    High school diploma/GED required, five years of work experience preferred

•    Strong ability to collaborate with colleagues and manage initiatives across all levels of the organization to achieve goals

•    Ability to work effectively under pressure, take initiative, be self-directed and take feedback well

•    Enthusiasm, positive sense of humor, fantastic customer service ethic and follow through

•    Demonstrated commitment to racial, gender and social justice and excitement for YW Boston’s work

•    Ability to travel locally required

•    Ability to work some early morning, evening and weekend hours a must

•    Superior organizational written and verbal communications skills and demonstrated project management experience  

•    Excellent computer skills including Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and Power Point. Salesforce training and experience preferred; other development software acceptable. 

•    Demonstrated ability to successfully work in a goal-oriented team environment with economic, racial, ethnic and gender diversity.

Additional Organization Responsibilities

•    Adhere to agency policies and procedures for maintaining organizational culture and transparency, including use of regularly scheduled progress meetings with CEO, Program Team meetings, scheduling, e-mail and other communications platforms.

•    Positively represent the Agency in all interactions with the public.

•    Support YW Boston fund development through participation in education, outreach, cultivation and stewardship efforts.

•    Participate in Agency events and perform additional tasks assigned by the Vice President of Programs and/or President & CEO


Salary and Benefits:

This is a full-time, salaried, non-exempt position. Annual salary range is $45,000-$55,000. YW Boston offers a generous and comprehensive benefits package including annual paid leave, health insurance, 403b option, and a flexible work environment.

How to apply: 

YW Boston is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer, and encourages applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability, or veteran status, or to other non-work-related factors.


Diverse candidates strongly encouraged to apply. Send a cover letter and a resume to jobs@ywboston.org  

Please place the subject title "Organizational Assistant" in the headline of your email. Principals only. No phone calls, please.

Mission Statement

YW Boston works to eliminate racism, empower women and promote peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. We work across racial, gender, religious and social lines with organizations in all sectors to educate people about disparities and provide them with tools to dismantle them. We pride ourselves on being reflective, innovative, outcomes oriented, and passionate about our work.



ORGANIZATION: Massachusetts Asian American Commission

Career Development Opportunity: Commission Internships

The AAC’s internship program aims to provide upper-level undergraduate students with meaningful professional experience to strengthen and enhance their academic experience; to provide the Commission with talented students able to carry out a vast array of projects and tasks; and to build stronger ties between and among the communities, the Commission, and the world of academia. 

The Commission will support a student intern by providing an educationally rewarding internship where the student is doing work that is related to planning practice, research, development, communication, social services, in the environment of a small state agency working to advocate on behalf of all Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI). 


Under the supervision of the Administrative Coordinator, the interns will undertake the following projects: 


Program and Research

  • Contributing to the planning and coordination of the AAC’s Annual Unity Dinner 

  • Collaborating with the legislative committee to coordinate outreach efforts for the 2020 Census 

  • Conducting research on various issues with a focus on 2020 Census and legislation that affects AAPIs 

  • Assisting with outreach to other community organizations or groups involved with issues of concern to AAPIs 


Communications/Publications/Web Design: 

  • Writing and distributing press releases, creating social media content, and media advisories via Canva, Adobe Photoshop, Publisher 

  • Updating our contact databases using MailChimp, creating media lists, and obtaining media coverage for Commission events 

  • Contributing to website design using WordPress 



  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and written/oral communication skills 

  • Strong interest in working to improve the social, health, education and economic status of AAPI communities 

  • Responsible and experience working independently and as part of a team 

  • Experience working with WordPress, Canva, Microsoft Office 

  • Flexible with a great sense of humor and should be willing to take initiatives for new assignments 


There is a commitment of 15 hours per week required. A stipend to help with travel will be provided upon full completion of the 12 week internship. Admission into the internship program is rolling. 


TO APPLY: Please submit a copy of your curriculum vitae and a cover letter stating your reasons for applying, and be sure to address any specific position(s) within the Commission that interest you, and your dates and hours of availability to Jessica Wong, Administrative Coordinator, Asian American Commission, One Ashburton Place, 12th Floor Boston, MA 02108, Tel: (617) 367-9333 Ext. 662 or email Jessica.Wong@aacommission.org 


ORGANIZATION: Health Care for All

Job Opportunities:  

- Helpline Counselor, and 

- Children's Health Policy Manager


Health Care For All (HCFA) is a state-based consumer health advocacy organization that is celebrating its 35th anniversary in 2020. HCFA’s mission is to advocate for health justice in Massachusetts by working to promote health equity and ensure coverage and access for all, and we are recognized as a national leader in this work.

HCFA focuses on expanding health care access, improving quality, and bringing down costs in Massachusetts through its leadership of and participation in numerous policy advocacy coalitions. These coalitions bring together a wide variety of organizations to work collaboratively to make health care changes. By uniting diverse constituencies, HCFA is able to magnify its policy reach on many fronts. HCFA also helps thousands of individuals and families each year to enroll in and renew their health insurance and troubleshoot health coverage issues through our consumer assistance HelpLine. We use the health care access barriers that HelpLine callers report to inform our state-level health advocacy agenda.


The organization’s achievements include leading four waves of broad Massachusetts health reform, including legislation in 2006 that was the precursor for the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Legislation in 2012 resulted in the nation’s first comprehensive law aimed at controlling health care cost growth through adoption of alternative payment methodologies; care coordination; and investments in technology, wellness and prevention. Today, access to health care for the people of Massachusetts is under attack as the Federal Administration attempts to decimate the ACA, Medicaid and other health benefits. HCFA is, once again, leading the campaigns and coalitions necessary to defend the progress we have made in health care access, quality and affordability, while simultaneously working to make improvements on the state level.


For more information, please visit www.hcfama.org.


HCFA is seeking a HelpLine Counselor who is committed to health justice and interested in being part of a team that provides competent, quality health insurance coverage for all callers.  This work combines direct service, advocacy and public education to make the system more responsive to consumers.  The HelpLine Counselor will be a Certified Application Counselor through MassHealth and the Massachusetts Health Connector to assist consumers with enrolling into health insurance.


The HelpLine counselor reports to the Director, Education & Enrollment Services. 


•        Provide callers with easy-to-understand state health care coverage information;

•        Provide customer service with respect and care to all callers;

•        Provide screening and direct enrollment to clients over the phone, as well as on occasion in-person assistance;

•        Provide essential services that strengthen our local and state health care system;

•        Aid other enrollment assisters to troubleshoot cases;

•        Monitor and evaluate HelpLine call activity in order to identify systemic problems that need escalation;

•        Complete extensive training to learn the intricacies of health insurance rules and regulations;

•        Attend enrollment events, as needed;

•        Maintain up-to-date knowledge on the changing health care system in Massachusetts;

•        Document call information into the HelpLine database;

•        Maintain proprietary and confidential information from outside visitors and all other persons who do not have a legitimate reason to see or use such information in accordance with the organizations WISP document;

•        Ability to identify callers’ interested in sharing their story and/or get involved with Health Care For All policy and advocacy work;

•        Other duties as required to achieve the goals of the department.



•        Ability to write and converse proficiently in Portuguese or Spanish in addition to English is a plus, but not required;

•        Strong interpersonal communication skills;

•        Ability to learn and understand complex health insurance issues;

•        Ability to convey complex information in a clear, understandable manner;

•        Ability to work well with diverse populations;

•        Ability to quickly understand new information;

•        Excellent problem solving and conflict resolution skills; 

•        Ability to deal calmly in crisis situations;

•        Ability to work effectively in a team environment;

•        Ability to multitask and work independently;

•        Ability to use a web-based database;

•        Prior work as an Enrollment Assister in Massachusetts is a plus, but not required;

•        Prior knowledge of the public health insurance programs, policy, and the health care environment in Massachusetts is a plus, but not required.



•        Generous paid time off policy

•        Robust benefits package

•        Convenient downtown Boston location


Applicants should submit a resume and cover letter summarizing their interest in and qualifications for the position to: jobs@hcfama.org. Please put “HELPLINE COUNSELOR” in the subject line.

Health Care For All is an equal opportunity employer with a demonstrated commitment to hiring individuals who reflect the diversity of the communities they serve.  Persons of color, persons with multilingual abilities, women, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.




This position reports to the Co-Director of Policy and Government Affairs.



The Children’s Health Policy Manager’s work includes coalition leadership, project management, policy analysis, research, advocacy, outreach, and event planning activities to manage HCFA’s children’s health care policy portfolio . This role focuses on the ongoing management and growth of the Children’s Health Access Coalition, which includes representation from consumer advocates, community organizations, providers, and other stakeholder constituencies. The individual will also coordinate and provide advocacy technical assistance to other organizations and provide support for HCFA’s public health insurance efforts.


•        Provide strategic and operational direction for HCFA’s children’s health advocacy work, with a focus on management of the Children’s Health Access Coalition

•        Expand, activate and convene membership of Children’s Health Access Coalition, including coordination and facilitation of coalition meetings

•        Maintain updated coalition lists and regularly communicate with coalition members

•        Collaborate with organizational management to oversee HCFA’s children’s health funding portfolio, including funder relations, grant writing and grant reporting 

•        Coordinate and provide technical assistance support to other pediatric advocacy organizations, including one-on-one coaching and trainings

•        Support advocacy and policy work on public health insurance programs, including issues related to the state’s Medicaid program and other subsidized health insurance and safety net programs

•        Monitor and track legislation and budget priorities, coordinate State House drops, draft written testimony, and prepare for public hearings 

•        Play a key role in planning events, including State House advocacy days, press conferences and other public events

•        Produce reports, fact sheets, policy analyses, action alerts, blog posts, talking points, and other written materials as needed in coordination with the policy team

•        Coordinate with HCFA’s HelpLine, organizing and outreach staff on efforts to collect and record consumer stories that can be helpful to campaigns and the media

•        Conduct and document research to support HCFA and coalition advocacy

•        Coordinate closely with the Behavioral Health Campaign and Policy Director on children’s behavioral health issues 

•        Represent HCFA at external meetings, as needed

•        Facilitate coordination and collaboration with other HCFA coalitions and departments 

•        timelines

•        Other duties as assigned



•        A strong commitment to health justice 

•        At least 3-5 years of related experience, with experience in a nonprofit setting a plus

•        Experience working in health care policy, advocacy, politics or a related field

•        Knowledge and command of either Massachusetts state health insurance programs and/or pediatric health care issues, preferred

•        Experience working collaboratively with a broad coalition of stakeholders and driving consensus toward a common mission and vision

•        Excellent oral and written communication skills

•        Highly organized and strategic with the ability to manage multiple priorities with poise and professionalism in demanding environments

•        Excellent attention to details and accuracy

•        Ability to work independently and as part of a team, as well as be self-motivated

•        Proven time management and multi-tasking capabilities

•        Sound political judgment and experience making strategic decisions

•        Ability to grasp and analyze substantive and often complex health policy information

•        Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite required (Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint)

•        Commitment to health care access and social justice

•        Ability to write and converse proficiently in Spanish/Portuguese/Haitian Creole in addition to English is a plus, but not required;

•        A sense of humor


•        Generous paid time off policy

•        Robust benefits package

•        Convenient downtown Boston location


Applicants should submit a resume and cover letter summarizing their interest in and qualifications for the position to: jobs@hcfama.org. Please put “Children’s Health Policy Manager” in the subject line.

Health Care For All is an equal opportunity employer with a demonstrated commitment to hiring individuals who reflect the diversity of the communities they serve.  Persons of color, persons with multilingual abilities, women, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.





ORGANIZATION: The Partnership

Job Opportunities:  

- Finance and Operations Manager

- Program Associate


The Finance and Operations Manager is responsible for the day-to-day financial and administrative operations of The Partnership. This position is responsible for managing all accounting and banking functions for the organization and works closely with the Chief Operating Officer to generate and track budgets for internal purposes. In addition, the Finance and Operations Manager performs administrative duties including events cSKIoordination and other duties as assigned.



  • Oversee the overall accounting and bookkeeping of the organization including accounts payable and receivable, banking, and payroll functions.

  • Interface with CPA firm to facilitate annual financial audit and 990 report processes.

  • Facilitate the annual budget process.

  • Provide monthly financial reporting and analysis of financial statements.

  • Provide administrative assistance, including oversight of facility vendors and contracts, and establishing and managing vendor accounts and relationships.


  • Administrative coordination of Executive Council meetings (6 times a year), C-Suite events (4-6 events a year) and other special events such as Summer Reception and Annual Meeting.

  • Responsible for office management including, but not limited to, telephone and internet services, postage and UPS services, copier and all lease equipment.

  • Coordinate healthcare, payroll, 401(k) accounts for staff.


  • Proven organizational and project management skills. Superb attention to detail.

  • A flexible, creative, entrepreneurial spirit and passion for the mission and values of The Partnership.

  • Experience with Quickbooks and Salesforce is preferred.

  • Excellent interpersonal and networking skills.

  • Experience working with diverse constituents, teams and colleagues.

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a small team.


Please email a detailed cover letter highlighting your interest and your resume to Carmen Arce-Bowen at carcebowen@thepartnershipinc.org. Please include the Finance & Operations Manager position in the subject line.



The Program Associate works with the AVP Leadership Development to advance The Partnership’s overall strategies to build and accelerate diverse leadership pipelines. In this position, the Program Associate engages in all aspects related to implementation of leadership development program-related operations.



- Coordinates all aspects of meeting & event operations required for conducting 32 Leadership Development sessions annually (Next Generation Executive, Fellows, Associates & BioDiversity Fellows Programs)

- Provides meeting support & coordination of 6 Executive Council convenings

- Coordinates, in conjunction with other colleagues, all aspects of special events and convenings, as required


- Prepares NGE, Fellows & Associates online Program Books

- Serves as key liaison to program participants, communicating program information (program books, calendars, pre-work materials, agendas, venue info & directions).

- Schedules & tracks program meeting invites

- Coordinates bulk email communiques utilizing MailChimp, SurveyMonkey, etc.

- Coordinates & tracks participants’ post-program surveys- 

Manages program participants’ online class portal (Current Class page)


- Provides participant information & headcount to hosting organizations

- Coordinates & confirms all forum logistics with host organizations

- Confirms all A/V & material requirements from faculty

- Coordinate NGE housing requirements with hotel


- Attends leadership development programs assisting with on-site event needs, room & AV set-up, meeting support

- Supports faculty as needed during presentations


- Maintains & manages Partnerships Alumni database

- Maintain & manage program participant master class lists (Fellows, Associates, BioDiversity Fellows, NGE program), ensuring participant information accuracy

- Maintains program information on Current Class page

- Maintains BoardLink Program database


- Prepare monthly BoardLink eNewsletters

- Manage & disseminate monthly BoardLink eNewsletters with NGE Community

- Collect, track, maintain BoardLink program information (individuals & NPO applicant)


- Bachelor’s Degree or relevant experience

- 2-5 years professional experience

- Proficiency in database management

- Solid self-initiative & time management skills

- Strong attention to detail

- Ability to manage multiple, simultaneous projects

- Proven capacity to work well in a small-team environment

- Excellent written and verbal communications skills

- Computer skills utilizing Microsoft Office, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint

- Ability to work under pressure, meeting tight deadlines

- Ability to interact well with all stakeholders (program participants, corporate & executive clients)


Please email a detailed cover letter highlighting your interest, salary requirements, and your resume to Karen James at kjames@thepartnershipinc.org. Please include the Leadership Development Program Associate position in the subject line


ORGANIZATION: WGBH Education Department

Job Opportunity: Design Squad Latinx Content Manager


The WGBH Education Department (https://www.wgbh.org/foundation/education) researches, creates and distributes media-integrated resources to support healthy development and educational impact for children and youth. We bring together engaging, popular programming with deep insights into child development, educational content and community dynamics. True to our public mission, we strive to improve educational equity, and focus on underserved children and the adults who teach and care for them. Many of the educational materials developed at WGBH reside on PBS LearningMedia (www.pbslearningmedia.org), a free digital service that supports Pre-K–12 educators and learners with compelling, standards-aligned educational media resources. We co-lead PBS LearningMedia with PBS. We also work with WGBH brands such as Arthur, Design Squad Global, NOVA, and Frontline (among others) to develop, produce, and disseminate content for K-12 classrooms as well as out-of-school time community settings.



WGBH Education seeks a Design Squad Latinx Content Manager for a new youth-focused engineering initiative. Under supervision from the Director of Media Engagement, the Design Squad Latinx Content Manager will be responsible for managing STEM content development activities for Design Squad Latinx, a research-based National Science Foundation- funded multi-media initiative that builds on Latinx middle school children’s existing strengths and empowers them to solve real-world problems, while understanding the impact of engineering in their communities. Duties will include contributing to program design, content development, and research, as needed.



  • Lead the team in conceptualizing and development resources related to Design Squad Latinx, especially regarding design and engineering content for out-of-school-time educators and students, taking into account research findings and students’ own funds of knowledge, assets, and strengths.

  • Co-develop and deliver trainings for educators in design engineering and the overall Design Squad initiative

  • Represent the project at national, state, and local conferences

  • Coordinate with other WGBH departments to ensure appropriate promotion of Design Squad initiatives

  • Contribute to the writing of reports and maintain accurate records and materials related to the content development, and ensure that content-related project deliverables are completed by due dates

  • Support grant submission and research efforts, where needed

  • Support the Director of Media Engagement on other projects, as assigned



Minimum Experience Required

  • Minimum 5 years program coordination/management of educational content/materials/curriculum development

  • Familiarity with youth programming in out-of-school-time settings, learning/digital technologies, and STEM education

  • Experience working in a collaborative, cross-functional team setting

  • Experience working and developing programs with diverse, underserved populations

  • Direct experience/familiarity with Latinx youth culture and communities

  • Direct experience either developing or implementing innovative educational programs either in-school or out-of-school/in communities

  • Prior experience building programs or content based on research

  • The ideal candidate would be knowledgeable about STEM education/educational content development and experienced with out-of-school time programming and youth development. S/he would be bilingual in Spanish-English and bring strong familiarity with Latinx cultural contexts and experience working among underserved Latinx communities. In addition, experience working in cross-functional teams or with a variety of stakeholders is desirable.


Skills Required

  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to present ideas effectively and persuasively, both in public and in writing

  • Excellent project management skills

  • Demonstrated skills developing educational curriculum or content particularly for diverse populations

  • Strong Spanish and English language/literacy skills

  • Tech-savviness and skills to create one-sheets, presentation decks, etc.

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a collaborative team

  • Sensitivity to a diverse range of peers and ability to troubleshoot challenges that may arise

  • Ability to work quickly and creatively under deadline

  • Detail-oriented, organized, efficient, and able to juggle multiple priorities

  • Open-minded, learning orientation -- interested in learning new things, willingness to learn from mistakes, recognizes role boundaries, but takes initiative and can lead when needed

  • In addition to experience in STEM programming and youth development, the ideal candidate will also be an easy-going collaborator across multiple functions and departments, who can nevertheless take initiative and lead as necessary, delivering the highest levels of quality.

Bachelor's degree required; a concentration in a STEM field preferred.

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