Jobs: Nonprofit Jobs
MVT seeks a dynamic, full-time Field Coordinator to join the Massachusetts Voter Table team. The Field Coordinator will manage relationships with partner organizations and coordinate field programs.
Worker's Justice Project is looking for a responsible Office Manager to perform a variety of administrative and clerical tasks. Duties of the Office Manager including providing support to our managers, organizers, and members, assisting in daily office needs, and managing our general administrative and operational activities.
This person will assist in delivery operations of the Food Hub, a local food aggregation facility in Lowell, MA, by supporting transportation of food from farms to the Food Hub and from the Food Hub to customers.
The Organizer is responsible for outreach, recruit, and retention of worker members. The Organizer provides strategic leadership in the development of organizational base building plans, enlists WJP members, leaders and volunteers in these movement building efforts, and trains and supports members in developing their leadership roles in the movement.
The Officer provides timely and high-quality technical assistance, consultation, and collaborative learning services to a portfolio of community leaders and funding partners.
The Project Manager will work with the entire ALBD team to strengthen ALBD’s position as a trusted thought leader in the healthy communities movement. This is a dynamic position, with a range of responsibilities and opportunities to contribute throughout the organization.
This role is an opportunity to participate in an extraordinary green-field project with a trajectory for national and international social impact. We anticipate this internship to be approximately 10 hours per week.
Reporting to AWHWA’s Executive Director (ED), the Project Manager will oversee the planning, staffing, implementation, and tracking of the ACI. They will be integrally involved in developing and finalizing a detailed work plan for the ACI in partnership with AWHWA staff, expert consultants, and key stakeholders.
The Marketing and Communications Director supports the organization in the strategic branding, marketing, and positioning of ADA Developers Academy. In addition, this position drives day-to-day management of online student retention, alumni cultivation, academic offerings, and donor programs.
The Communications Manager is responsible for ensuring that AWHWA produces consistent, creative, high-quality products and helps to build and maintain the organization’s brand and reputation with all audiences. This role will lead strategic planning and developing content for all of AWHWA’s external and internal communications, including media outreach and management, as well as storytelling across various platforms and projects.