Job Openings

 

As an agency that is focused on building a skilled team of professionals who share our values, 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. 

Chief Innovation Officer (CIO)

Are you an entrepreneur and skilled manager interested in expanding our existing social enterprises while also developing new opportunities moving forward?  UTEC is looking for a creative, business-savvy leader to strengthen the sustainability and impact of our social enterprises employing young adults with proven-risk factors. Manufacturing leadership background a plus.  Currently, UTEC operates mission-centric businesses, or social enterprises, as part of our overall nonprofit organization in the areas of food services (including Café UTEC, Catering, and a new Food Production focus), Mattress Recycling, and Woodworking (currently exploring CNC technology as well). The CIO will supervise and/or coach FT operations managers in all 3 enterprises, in addition to a FT business development staff. The CIO will be a member of UTEC’s leadership team.

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 New Media Marketing VISTA

UTEC seeks an energetic and creative individual to establish new media marketing tools and processes, helping us reach additional customers and cultivate donors. Our marketing and communications efforts engage both donors and business customers. The VISTA will play an important role in developing tools and systems to best reach supporters, working with both the fundraising and the social enterprise teams.

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Development Manager

The Development Manager will work closely with the Director of Development to help increase revenue from individuals and the business community in support of a $4M+ budget. They will be expected to contribute to operations, individual and corporate relationship management, events, and community relations. Superior project management skills and ability to interact with both internal and external stakeholders are a must. 

Development Manager – Development IS & Operations (Full Time) 

Reporting to the Director of Development, the Development Manager will manage our Salesforce database capturing, organizing and analyzing information in support of our fundraising efforts. A successful candidate will have advanced knowledge of Salesforce, unsurpassed organizational skills, and interest in technology and fundraising.

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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.

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AmeriCorps Members for Youth Empowerment Corps

The Youth Empowerment Corps is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to foster meaningful connections with youth and team members, develop useful professional skills, and contribute to a fulfilling and profound mission. Learn more about AmeriCorps service at UTEC. Interviews are currently being held for candidates interested in Year 8 of the Youth Empowerment Corps, to begin Fall 2015.

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Transformational Beginnings Program Manager 

The Transformational Beginnings (TB) Program Manager guides and supports all youth who participate in the Mattress Deconstruction and Recycling Enterprise, the first phase of workforce programming.  S/he plans and implements daily structured programming, which includes working in the mattress recycling warehouse, workshops, talking circles, and orientation sessions.  Above all else, the TB Program Manager identifies as a dedicated youth worker with a passion for transitional employment programming. 

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Transitional Coach

UTEC’s Transitional Coaches (TCs) provide critical support and services to young people in the Workforce Development Program (WFD).  They encourage youth to persist in programming and help youth address barriers to attendance and success.  They are a critical figure in a youth’s UTEC experience and, often, life.  A TC’s work involves meeting with youth to co-identify strengths, assets, supports, challenges and barriers and co-creating service plans and goals to help youth achieve short-term and long-term success.  TCs closely work with WFD Program Managers, UTEC’s mental health and substance abuse counselors, and educators. 

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Transitional Coach and Substance Abuse Counselor 

UTEC is seeking an experienced, thoughtful, and collaborative individual who will serve two critical roles in our organization: 1) work with a small number of youth as a Transitional Coach and 2) provide substance abuse counseling to any eligible youth in the organization.

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Café Supervisor 

Summary of Position: To manage Café UTEC during breakfast hours and help fulfill a management role as Café hours grow.  Duties and Responsibilities: This position has the primary responsibility of managing the Cafe during breakfast hours (8-10 am) Monday thru Thursday. This position would start out as a part-time role, 7am-11 am Monday through Thursday, (16 hours/week) but could grow into more hours depending on the individual and business growth.

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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