Jobs

Job Title: Progressive Massachusetts: Executive Director
PM is seeking a director to begin work in early 2017. The director should be a leader committed to transformational and progressive social change. She or he will lead PM and its body of volunteer organizers and activists from across MA. In close collaboration with the Progressive Mass Board, local chapters and their leaders, the director is responsible for: developing and carrying out a statewide program plan; developing and nurturing existing and new members and chapters; fundraising; administrative operations; coordinating with allied organizations, coalitions and campaigns; and managing staff. The director is responsible for the daily operations of the organization, and reports to the Progressive Mass Board.
Click to view more information
Job Posted: 2/02/17

Job Title: ESOL Teacher Women Encouraging Empowerment Inc.
Women Encouraging Empowerment Inc. is a non-profit, community based organization dedicated and committed to the education, advocacy, protection and advancement of the rights of low-income immigrants, refugees, women of color and their families in Revere, East Boston, Chelsea and Winthrop through organizing, leadership development and service delivery. WEE INC. seeks an experienced part-time –6 hours per week—ESOL teacher in Revere, MA. Most of our member constituents speak Arabic, Portuguese, French and Spanish, among other languages.
Click to view more information
Job Posted: 1/04/17

Job Title: Spanish Speaking Community Organizer
Women Encouraging Empowerment Inc. is a non-profit, community based organization dedicated and committed to the education, advocacy, protection and advancement of low-income immigrant and refugee women of color and families living in Revere, East Boston, Chelsea and Winthrop through organizing, leadership development and service delivery. WEE INC. is seeking a community Organizer who is bilingual, bicultural Spanish speaker with experience in community organizing, outreach and networking. The organizer will be responsible in assisting with recruitment and training WEE members and supporting their organizing work. The Community Organizer will work 20-25 hours per week.
Click to view more information
Job Posted: 1/04/17

Job Title: Arabic Speaking Community Organizer
Women Encouraging Empowerment Inc. is a non-profit, community based organization dedicated and committed to the education, advocacy, protection and advancement of low-income immigrant and refugee women of color and families living in Revere, East Boston, Chelsea and Winthrop through organizing, leadership development and service delivery. WEE INC. is seeking a community Organizer who is bilingual, bicultural Arabic speaker with experience in community organizing, outreach and networking. The organizer will be responsible in assisting with recruitment and training WEE members and supporting their organizing work. The Community Organizer will work 20-25 hours per week.
Click to view more information
Job Posted: 1/04/17

Job Title: Community Health Worker
MAPS, Providing Health and Human Services to the Portuguese-Speaking Community since 1970, is seeking to fill the following position to serve the Greater Boston, and North Shore areas as members of our MAPS Health Services Team: Community Health Worker position. Part -Time, Minimum 20 hours per week. Coordinate health education activities for Portuguese-speaking and Latino men, living in the Boston, Metro west, North Shore and South Shore areas.
Click to view more information
Job Posted: 12/09/16

Job Title: Worker Welcome Center Coordinator
The Coordinator is responsible for overall program management at the Worker Welcome Center, including arranging for workforce development trainings, workplace safety and health instruction, and job development through marketing and outreach to prospective employers. The Coordinator is also responsible for connecting workers employers and serves as one of the staff organizers that will engage workers in training programs, organizing campaigns, worker leadership development, and play an important role in unifying and growing a strong membership-based Brazilian Worker Center.
Click to view more information
Job Posted: 12/07/16

Job Title: Matahari Women Workers' Center Coalition Coordinator
The Massachusetts Coalition of Domestic Workers (MCDW) works to bring justice and dignity to all domestic workers in our state. Founded in 2010, MCDW was the driving force in passing the MA Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights, which established important labor standards and granted basic protections to nannies, housekeepers, and other in-home caregivers. With the passage of the Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights behind us, our focus now is the implementation of the new law and continued advocacy on behalf of domestic workers. The Coalition is currently made up of five organizations: the Brazilian Women's Group, the Dominican Development Center, Matahari Women Workers’ Center, the New England Jewish Labor Committee and the Boston Center for Independent Living.
Click to view more information
Job Posted: 12/04/16

Job Title: Communications Director
The Communications Director manages media relations and communications strategy at MIRA, including positive messaging through social and traditional media about MIRA's advocacy with and for immigrants and refugees in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and nationally. The Communications Director writes and edits press releases, bulletins, member alerts, and informational materials, and manages the MIRA website and social media sites. The Communications Director also assists with internal and external writing for all departments in the organization, organizes press conferences, and offers regular media trainings to MIRA members and allies. This position reports directly to the Executive Director, supervises interns, and works closely with MIRA's organizing and policy teams, the Development Coordinator, and the Citizenship Program.
Click to view more information
Job Posted: 12/04/16