Monthly Archives: August 2012

Real Estate Director – Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Development Corporation, Jamaica Plain, MA

REAL ESTATE DIRECTOR – JAMAICA PLAIN NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (JPNDC), JAMAICA PLAIN, MA

JPNDC is looking for a seasoned, entrepreneurial real estate professional to oversee our expanded activities. Responsibilities include: Bringing to fruition several pending affordable housing projects, including development of new housing and restructuring of existing properties Leading JPNDC’s efforts in revitalization of Jackson Square, including overseeing relations with partners, developing strategies to advance overall project and JPNDC’s components, and guiding staff and consultants. Managing eight-person real estate team, including: coordination of work, staff supervision, consultant selection and oversight, and professional development and more.   Minimum of 8-10 years’ experience in community development or related field.  Strong analytic and strategic thinking skills. Salary: high $80′s- mid $90′s, plus benefits. For more information and to apply, visit: http://jpndc.org/job_opportunities.html

Development Coordinator – Casa Myrna (Boston, MA)

Casa Myrna is Greater Boston’s foremost provider of solutions to end domestic and dating violence. Under the direction of the Co-Executive Director, the Development Coordinator provides direct support for all aspects of a complex fundraising program encompassing government grants, corporate/foundation grants, annual appeal, individual donors, special events and in-kind donations. BA/BS and 2+ years’ experience in a multi-faceted nonprofit development department. Experience using Raiser’s Edge, including Report and Query functions. Experience in all aspects of grant writing and reporting. Salary: $37,500 – $40,000. For the complete listing, visit their website here.

Administrative Coordinator – American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) – (Washington, DC)

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) seeks an Administrative Coordinator to perform administrative duties in support of for its Science & Technology Policy Fellowships Department. Academic training leading to an Associate’s degree in business, administration, communications, project management or a related field; Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field preferred Three to five years’ experience in progressively responsible administrative; minimum one year experience supervising others. To apply, please visit: http://www.aaas.org/careercenter/employmentataaas/

Program Coordinator – Global Development and Environment Institute at Tufts University (Medford, MA)

The Global Development and Environment Institute at Tufts University has an immediate job opening. The Program Coordinator will manage the administrative and financial functioning of the institute. Responsibilities include managing complex accounts; providing regular financial reports; managing personnel matters and payroll.  This is a particularly good opportunity for someone interested in pursuing an advanced degree at Tufts while working, as Tufts’ benefits include tuition coverage for most courses. For more information, visit here.

Part-Time Human Resources Coordinator – Riverside Community Care (Dedham, MA)

Great part-time (20 hours per week) opportunity to join our busy and collaborative human resources department! The Human Resources Coordinator will provide administrative support to Riverside’s Recognition and Reward and Health and Safety programs, back up support to our receptionist, and general administrative support to the department. Bachelor’s Degree and at least three years of administrative experience required. To apply, visit: http://www.riversidecc.org/resume_form1-attach2.html

Research Assistant III – Joint Center for Housing Studies (Harvard)

As member of research team, conducts economic and demographic research related to housing, financial services and mortgage markets, and home improvement markets for Harvard’s nationally recognized housing research center.  Preference given to those with a Master’s Degree in economics, public policy, urban planning, or related field, with 1 – 2 years research experience.     Bachelor’s Degree with 2+ years of research experience also considered.  Must have experience with statistical software packages such as SAS and/or STATA.  Strong analytical and oral and written communication skills; interest in housing and/or demography; and experience with ArcGIS mapping software strongly preferred. Apply on-line at http://employment.harvard.edu/, please reference Req. #27381BR

GIS Product/Business Analyst (Boston, MA

AIR Worldwide (AIR) is the scientific leader and most respected provider of risk modeling software and consulting services. As GIS Product Analyst/Mapping specialist, you will be responsible for crafting the spatial analytics design into our next generation product. This includes getting the requirements for spatial analytics from stakeholders as well as defining the interactive analytics that will be one of the cornerstones of our product. Experience with ArcGIS and its various extensions, such as Spatial Analyst; Microsoft Excel; Microsoft Access. Ability to manage spatial data with focus on data QA/QC. Experience with mapping technologies such as Google Earth/Map, Bing map, etc. Bachelor of Science. 1+ years mainly in QA and spatial data management. For the complete listing, click here

Senior Software Engineer (Boston, MA)

AIR Worldwide (AIR), a member of the Verisk Insurance Solutions group at Verisk Analytics, is the scientific leader and most respected provider of risk modeling software and consulting services. You will be working in GIS analysis team in developing mapping and spatial analytic features in AIR next generation application. You will be developing mapping data layers, GIS mapping user interface and web services with Microsoft .Net 4.0 C#, WPF/WCF, ESRI ArcGIS and WPF toolkit. You will be developing map data, databases and metadata generation as well as tools to process geo data. 3+ year of software development experiences with object-oriented programming languages. 2+ years of geo data processing and map data development experience with GIS tools. 2+ years of GIS application development experiences in C#, Java or other programming language. For the complete listing, click here.

Special Events and Outreach Internship – Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition and Silent Spring Institute

MBCC and SSI interns will assist with building and promoting special events and projects for each of the organizations. The flexibility of the position is substantial. Tasks can be completed from school or home, as internet and telephone will be the primary communication tools for assignments. Interested students must commit to one or more of the following internship opportunities: 1) September 2012 – January 2013, Lesbians & Friends Dance Internship (15th annual) 2) February 2013 – September 2013, Against the Tide Internship (21st annual). In order to be considered for one of the above positions, please email Cheryl Osimo at cherylosimo@comcast.net with a cover letter, resume, and two writing samples. While the position is unpaid, we are willing to work with institutions to offer students academic credit and/or stipends through their colleges to cover expenses.  Web site: http://www.mbcc.org

Communications Intern – Our Bodies Ourselves (Cambridge, MA)

Our Bodies Ourselves, a nonprofit women’s health education and advocacy organization, seeks an intern or work-study student to work 8-12 hours per week on a variety of social media and communications tasks. The internship can be done either onsite at the OBOS office in Cambridge or off site. The position is open beginning fall or winter 2012. Applicants should have strong organizational and oral/written communication skills and experience with social media and online activism. For more information, visit: http://www.ourbodiesourselves.org/about/webintern.asp

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