- CAFE & CATERING
- MATTRESS PICK-UP & RECYCLING & DISPOSAL
- PRIVATE EVENTS
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Director of Development
Are you a skilled networker and a passionate ambassador able to attract new individual gifts? A leader who is seeking an opportunity to lead an exciting growth plan, including high-level coprorate giving? This is an opportunity for an experienced fundrasier and manager to work in a nationally-recognized nonprofit organization with a growing evidence base of accomplished outcomes for young adults with past gang and criminal involvement.
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.
AmeriCorps Positions Available - Youth Empowerment Corps Members Needed
Be a part of our Education, Organizing, Enrichment, Special Events, Civics, Social Enterprise or Workforce Development Departments. UTEC is currently seeking passionate, dedicated applicants for Year 9 of the Youth Empowerment Corps. This position requires a commitment of ten months. August 2016 through July 2017. Youth Empowerment Corps members serve full time during their service year at UTEC, located in downtown Lowell, MA. UTEC's mission and promise is to ignite and nurture the ambitions of Lowell's most disconnected young people to trade violence and poverty for social and economic success.
UTEC's Transitional Coaches (TCs) provide critical support and services to young people in UTEC's 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 life.
Cafe UTEC Program Manager
The Cafe UTEC Program Manager is a member of UTEC's Workforce Development Department. The position supports proven-risk youth ages 16-24 years old as they learn the basic skills of customer service and food service in one of UTEC's social enterprises: Cafe UTEC - a full service cafe open to the public.
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.
Front Desk Receptionist (part-time)
UTEC, Inc., a youth-serving non-profit, is looking for an emotionally intelligent and personable individual to serve as a Front Desk Receptionist in our fun and fast-paced environment. If you are friendly, organized and a consummate multi-tasker, UTEC may be the right place for you.
Woodworking Assistant (part-time)
Summary of Position: To support the UTEC Woodworking program working with the Program Manager and youth to produce high-quality wood products and facilitate youth learning and development.
Roll-off Truck Driver & Laborer (part-time)
UTEC Mattress Recycling is a social enterprise of UTEC, Inc. that employs young people who are in the process of improving their lives, and picks up mattresses from universities, municipalities and hotels across eastern Massachusetts. We are looking for a skilled and experienced driver to drive our 2006 Freightliner roll-off truck to and from pick-ups and to on-load and off-load containers.