Job Openings

As an agency that is focused on sustaining our reputation for attracting new talent, we are always interested in hearing from you - even if the type of job position you're looking for is not currently listed. Please just send us a note (including resume) to jobs@utec-lowell.org.

Grant Specialist (Full or Part Time)
UTEC seeks a Grant Specialist to manage an aggressive schedule of foundation grants and government contracts within our fundraising team. The Grant Specialist is involved in the full grant cycle, from prospecting and proposals through budget amendments, contract management, and internal reporting as well as funder reports. Reports to the Associate Director of Development and works closely with senior staff across the organization.
More Info

Facilities Manager (Full Time) 
The Facilities Manager will be responsible for the smooth operations of UTEC’s physical locations. We are looking for a seasoned Maintenance Technician or Handyman with basic mechanical and building repair experience. Experience with plumbing, electrical, carpentry, painting and minor construction projects is preferred. Massachusetts contractor’s license is a plus. Candidates must have the ability and desire to supervise 2-4 young adults as assistants in UTEC’s facilities maintenance crew.
More Info

Director of Youth Promise (Full Time)
The Director of Youth Promise will be a youth-focused, thoughtful and creative individual to leading a team of Transitional Coaches (TCs), who provide wraparound services and innovative, intensive support to young people in UTEC’s workforce development program and alternative high school.  The Director of Youth Promise will be a leader and a community builder and support Transitional Coaches to be phenomenal youth workers even in difficult circumstances. TCs serve approximately 150 youth annually, with an average caseload of 20 youth.
More Info

Science and Green Education Teacher (Full Time)
The teacher will be a member of an instructional team that will work collaboratively to create a highly engaging learning community under the supervision of the ADP Director.  ADP follows a year round schedule with three trimesters (Fall, Winter, and Spring) and a 4-week Summer Session.
More Info

Math Teacher (Full Time)
The math teacher is responsible for teaching Geometry, Algebra I, and other math electives for students with an Education Proficiency Plan (EPP) for math.  The teacher will develop curriculum and lesson plans that build on our existing, project-based math courses that emphasize development of students’ analytical reasoning and critical thinking skills.
More info

Streetworker (Outreach Worker) (Full Time)
A Streetworker’s mission has two overall objectives: to develop a peacemaking process between those youth that are most often involved in street violence; and secondly, to connect those young people most overlooked to the services they need.
More Info

Youth Empowerment Corps Members Needed
We are currently seeking passionate and dedicated applicants for Year 7 of the Youth Empowerment Corps! This position requires a commitment of ten-months beginning in August 2014 through July 2015. Members serve UTECs youth directly in various capacities from case management, teaching, coaching, job training, civic engagement, community service and mentoring. 
More Info

 

We are currently seeking individuals to join us for a ten month commitment of AmeriCorps service. During this time they will promote peace, positivity, and empowerment to youth in the Lowell area as part of the Youth Empowerment Corps. Corps Members engage in a variety of responsibilities and are submerged in the UTEC Culture starting from day one. Members serve hands-on with youth to produce individual and group projects in the areas of education, outreach, enrichment, organizing, or workforce departments.

Please contact Melany Levesque for more info: mlevesque@utec-lowell.org | 978.856.393

We are currently seeking individuals to join us for a ten month commitment of AmeriCorps service. During this time they will promote peace, positivity, and empowerment to youth in the Lowell area as part of the Youth Empowerment Corps. Corps Members engage in a variety of responsibilities and are submerged in the UTEC Culture starting from day one. Members serve hands-on with youth to produce individual and group projects in the areas of education, outreach, enrichment, organizing, or workforce departments