Jobs at Action for Boston Community Development, Inc.

ACADEMIC CASE MANAGER

Recruitment Bulletin: 2009-01
Posted: Jul 24, 2015
Department: Dorchester Academy

Work with Dorchester Academy students on all matters related to their academic success. Facilitate goal attainment for program participants through maintaining case management files including individualized education strategies, 504 plans, and Individual Education Plans, and by providing educational and personal counseling, supportive services and referrals. Continuously follow student progress through the program, meeting with students at least once a month and strategizing interventions for their academic success. Develop relationships and partnerships with after school and community based organizations that offer academic support for students. Orient new students to programs, and assist them in their transition to DA. Maintain counseling records, record related assessment data and ISS’s. Provide college and career counseling and other life skills development. Perform other related duties as required.

Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Counseling or related field required. Master’s Degree in Education or Counseling preferred. Must have one to three years experience working with urban youth required. Attend all staff meetings. Work with school culture tram to plan events and celebrations. Must have an unwavering belief in urban youth and their potential. Must be able to work sensitively and effectively with individuals of diverse educational, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.

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ASSISTANT PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Recruitment Bulletin: 2007-01
Posted: Jul 10, 2015
Department: Gertrude Townsend Dorchester Head Start

Provide managerial support and technical assistance to the Program Director in the overall administration, leadership and strategic planning at the center, including policies and procedures, budgeting, and staff development and training. Ensure the delivery of high quality services to all families and children in accordance with federal, state, and ABCD regulations, standards, and policies. Oversee the program’s annual self-assessment, train staff and implement the performance evaluation process in a timely manner. Maintain and monitor the program’s record keeping and reporting systems. Oversee local parent involvement staff in the monitoring and implementation of parent involvement activities and records. Oversee the maintenance of the facilities and maintain ongoing communication with vendors. Perform other related duties as required.

Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Early Education and Care, Business Management, Public Administration, Human Services or related field required. Must have three years of demonstrated management and administrative expertise including, but not limited to, the ability to supervise staff, implement work plans, delegate tasks, and evaluate outcomes required. Must have excellent leadership, communication, and interpersonal skills. Ability to provide advocacy and relationship building for issues relevant to staff, clients and the community required. Must be willing to work a flexible schedule, including evenings and weekends if needed. Prior experience with a human service agency and a solid background in general office procedures required. Must be able to work sensitively and effectively with children and families of diverse educational, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.

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CLINICAL COORDINATOR

Recruitment Bulletin: 2009-03
Posted: Jul 24, 2015
Department: Dorchester Academy

Responsible for the supervision of the clinical and case management program at Dorchester Academy (DA) in order to provide high quality services supporting academic, social and emotional success to students. Supervise pre-discipline interventions, and develop a tiered plan for behavioral interventions. Work in conjunction with the Principal and Counseling team on ways to improve/ensure the student’s academic success. Provide Clinical Counseling to a caseload of appropriate students. Act as the 51A liaison for the school community. Manage professional development and all activities related to restorative justice practices in student management. Form relationships and develop community partnerships for student academic success, social and emotional stability and mental health. Supervise the recruitment of volunteers and tutors. Facilitate family counseling meetings and home visits. Oversee all referrals to outside agencies. Perform other related duties as required.

Minimum of a Masters Degree in Education, Social Work or related field and a LICSW required. Must have three to five years related experience working with urban youth required. Prior work in a school system preferred. Must have background in social work and/or mental health counseling. Attend all required meetings. Must have an unwavering belief in urban youth and their potential. Must be able to work sensitively and effectively with individuals of diverse educational, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.

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DIVERSION INTAKE SPECIALIST

Recruitment Bulletin: 2013-01
Posted: Aug 21, 2015
Department: Housing and Homelessness Prevention Department

Assist families identified as Emergency Assistance eligible by the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) by providing services related to intake and assessment, education of families about the Homebase Program and evaluation and exploration of alternative housing options. Develop affordable housing leads and or landlords with available units willing to rent short term to families utilizing the Homebase subsidy. Ensure that all services are documented in a timely and thorough manner and enter data on households in the mandated tracking system. Foster and maintain a positive working relationship with DHCD staff. Perform other related duties as required.

Minimum of a high school diploma/GED, with one to three years of case management or related social service experience required. Knowledge of homelessness issues and/or housing programs required. Must be able to work closely with a team of direct service staff and in a fast-paced busy, sometimes chaotic environment. Ability to set appropriate boundaries with clients who may have mental health, substance abuse, and/or domestic violence issues. Must have excellent organizational skills, the ability to pass a CORI and possess a valid driver’s license. Bilingual skills strongly preferred. Must be able to work sensitively and effectively with individuals of diverse educational, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.

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EARLY CHILDHOOD INFORMATION AND REFERRAL SPECIALIST

Recruitment Bulletin: 2002-01
Posted: May 29, 2015
Department: Child Care Choices of Boston

Provide high quality consultation, support and consumer education to parents of children with special needs. Provide direct assistance to clients seeking consumer education regarding early education through the CCCB information and referral telephone hotline, individual counseling, written materials and community education and outreach. Assist with marketing CCCB services to the community, identifying resources and gathering outside information related to early education. Assist with data collection for the community, provider and consumer databases. Assist with presentations, external meetings and parent trainings on early education and related CCCB services to the community. Assist with the ongoing production and distribution of written outreach materials. Update information and referral resource information. Perform other related duties as required.

Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education, Social Work or a related field required. Must have one to three years of related work experience. Knowledge of early childhood education development required. Must have excellent organizational skills, with the ability to handle large volumes of paperwork and utilize Microsoft Office applications and automated systems. Good communication and customer service skills required. Must be able to travel locally and work occasional evenings and/or weekends as needed. Bilingual/bicultural preferred. Must be able to work sensitively and effectively with individuals of diverse educational, socio-economic, and cultural backgrounds.

Please note: this position is part-time for twenty to twenty-five (20-25) hours per week.

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EDUCATION SUPERVISORS

Recruitment Bulletin: 2007-02
Posted: Jul 10, 2015
Department: Head Start and Children’s Services - Citywide

Plan, develop and manage the education services at the local Head Start center. Ensure all education component activities are in accordance with federal, state and program laws, regulations, standards and policies. Supervise and support teaching staff in providing preschool children with individualized learning experiences to help them develop socially, intellectually, physically and emotionally in achieving social competency. Develop strategies to involve parents as the main influence in their children’s education and development. Ensure the integration of educational aspects of the various Head Start components by supervising the development of opportunities and activities for children to learn about health, safety, nutrition, dental health and families. Conduct classroom observations using appropriate tools to monitor teacher-child interactions, curriculum implementation, health and safety, mealtime routines and classroom management. Coordinate the hiring/promotion process of teaching staff reflective of the community served by the center. Perform other related duties as required.

Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or a related field, with one or more years of experience teaching preschool children required. Must be EEC Director I or II qualified (based on program’s licensed capacity). Degree in related field requires a minimum of ten courses related to early childhood education that focus on child development, early childhood education and curriculum, early childhood teaching and assessment, psychology, family development, health and physical development, mathematics, science or children’s literature. Bilingual in a language spoken by families served by ABCD preferred. Must be able to engage in physical activities while attending to the needs of the center’s preschool children and/or while moving classroom equipment. Must be able to work sensitively and effectively with individuals of diverse educational, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.

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ESOL INSTRUCTOR

Recruitment Bulletin: 2011-01
Posted: Aug 07, 2015
Department: Mattapan Family Service Center

Responsible for providing ESOL instruction to immigrant adults. Conduct offsite educational activities to enhance students’ ability to acquire the English language. Use and adapt English for New Bostonians’ English for Parents and Caregivers curriculum with the goal of having students both improve English and become more involved with their children’s education. Develop grammar and vocabulary lessons to correspond with the content based curriculum. Help students reach goals by developing and maintaining individual learning plans based on learner goals. Maintain attendance and case notes of students’ progress. Participate in professional development activities including quarterly meetings with English for New Bostonians. Maintain communication with coordinators about students and additional support needed. Perform other related duties as required.

Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Teaching English as a Second Language, Linguistics, or Education with at least one year experience working with adult learners and teaching ESOL required. Coursework related to Second Language acquisition, ESOL certification, or professional development in the field preferred. Knowledge of current theories and principles of Second Language acquisition. Experience working with immigrant communities. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills. Certification in Best Plus testing and bilingual in Haitian Creole a plus. Must be able to work sensitively and effectively with individuals of diverse educational, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.

Please note: this position is part-time for fifteen (15) hours per week and is temporary through June 30, 2016. Continued employment is contingent upon receipt of additional funding.

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HOUSING COUNSELOR

Recruitment Bulletin: 2012-01
Posted: Aug 14, 2015
Department: Housing and Homelessness Prevention Department

Provide general and specialized Housing Assistances and supports for the Housing Department. Assist in the triage of phone cases from various sources including: ABCD’s central and neighborhood sites, State and government agencies, representatives from public elected officials, community organizations, hospitals and self referrals. Assist with clients’ housing searches by providing applications and other resources. Responsible for scheduling community training and outreach activities for the ABCD neighborhood sites and community centers requesting housing search guidance and training. May supervise interns and/or volunteers. Provide weekly and monthly reports. Perform other related duties as required.

Minimum of a high school diploma/GED, with one to three years of experience and knowledge of housing/housing search, tenant’s rights, housing subsidies and housing law required. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to handle various assignments required. Must have the flexibility of working some evenings if necessary. Valid driver’s license required. Bilingual skills a plus. Must be able to work sensitively and effectively with individuals of diverse educational, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.

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LOCAL DISABILITIES SPECIALIST

Recruitment Bulletin: 2012-01
Posted: May 29, 2015
Department: Head Start and Children's Services - Citywide

Provide training and guidance to program staff and parents on the implementation of services to infants and toddlers with disabilities in ABCD Head Start and Early Head Start programs. Ensure that the program is in compliance with federal, state and ABCD Head Start regulations, standards and policies. Observe and assess the appropriateness of programs within and outside of Head Start and Early Head Start for possible placement or referral following the evaluation of a child. Facilitate follow-up services based upon initial screening results and decisions made through the Team I process. Collaborate with program staff, parents and resource staff from community agencies and the Boston Public Schools regarding the integration of the disabilities effort in all the programs. Perform other related duties as required.

Demonstrated ability to translate clinical evaluations and Individual Family Service Plans (IFSP) into concrete goals and curriculum for the classroom required. Bilingual in a language spoken by the program participants preferred. Must be able to work sensitively and effectively with individuals of diverse educational, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.

-Local Disabilities Specialist I – Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or related field, with at least one course in Child Growth & Development and one course in special education. Two years experience caring for/teaching children with special needs or disabilities may be counted for special education coursework. At least 9 months of relevant experience. Starting salary of $16.81/hour.

-Local Disabilities Specialist II – Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education, Special Education or related field including one course in special education. At least 9 months of relevant experience. Starting salary of $17.83/hour.

-Local Disabilities Specialist III – Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education, Special Education or related field. Certification as Teacher of Children with Moderate or Severe Special Needs. At least one year relevant experience. Starting salary of $18.37/hour.

Please note: this is a 43 week school year position.

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NUTRITION CASE MANAGERS

Recruitment Bulletin: 2009-07
Posted: Jul 24, 2015
Department: Head Start and Children’s Services – Boston and Malden

Assist with the overall citywide implementation of Head Start Nutritional Services. Work with appropriate staff to ensure children’s files have nutrition-related assessment data and documentation, as well as provide follow-up when necessary. Utilize the agency’s computerized program to maintain nutrition tracking information on children and families. Monitor programs to ensure that nutrition learning experiences are implemented in the classroom and in parent workshops. Participate in and assist with trainings. Review food service records for appropriate documentation of food safety practices. Perform other related duties as required.

Minimum of an Associate’s degree in Early Education, Human Services, or a related field, with one to three years of experience in an office setting required. Must have working knowledge of neighborhoods served by the program and a willingness to travel to all ABCD Head Start programs throughout Boston. Proven ability to work independently in an organized manner required. Must have knowledge of word processing and data entry computer programs. Bilingual skills relevant to the population served preferred. Must be able to work sensitively and effectively with individuals of diverse socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.

Please note: This is a forty-three (43) week school year position.

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NUTRITIONISTS

Recruitment Bulletin: 2009-06
Posted: Jul 24, 2015
Department: Head Start and Children’s Services

Provide training, technical assistance and guidance to parents, staff and interns to ensure that they fully understand and support the goals of the Nutrition Component. Ensure that the nutrition program meets standards determined by federal, state, and ABCD Head Start and Early Head Start Performance Standards. Counsel and/or refer parents to services to help them meet the special nutritional needs of their children. Work with local colleges, universities and agencies to develop additional resources for the Nutrition Component. Establish, maintain, and update a resource library of nutrition related materials and assist local staff in developing similar resources. Plan, monitor and evaluate the daily routine of Dietetic interns and Nutrition students. Perform other related duties as required.

Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition, Dietetics or related field required. Registered Dietitian preferred. Minimum of one to three years of experience in community nutrition, with at least one year’s emphasis on the nutritional needs of infants, toddlers, and preschool-age children required. Knowledge of area nutrition service agencies and the ability to develop linkages with these resources preferred. Proven ability in developing, implementing, and evaluating training programs for persons with varying abilities and levels of experience required. Must have good computer, communication and interpersonal skills. Must be able to work sensitively and effectively with individuals of diverse educational, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.

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PROGRAM ASSISTANT

Recruitment Bulletin: 2012-02
Posted: Aug 14, 2015
Department: Housing and Homelessness Prevention Department

Support the daily operations of the department and its housing programs. Greet guests and direct incoming calls as appropriate. Enter client intake/assessment information into the database system. Organize contracts, budgets and files by programs. Assist with coordinating and conducting housing workshops, scheduling appointments, and following up with clients regarding incomplete documentation. Order and distribute office supplies and ensure the maintenance of office equipment. Oversee the accurate completion of employee timecards, travel forms and check disbursements. Work with volunteers, interns and temporary employees in completing tasks. Act as a liaison with the public and with staff from other departments. Perform other related duties as required.

Minimum of a high school diploma/GED, with up to twelve months of experience working in an office setting required. Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint highly preferred. Bilingual skills a plus. Must be able to work sensitively and effectively with individuals of diverse educational, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.

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PROGRAM DATA SPECIALIST

Recruitment Bulletin: 2013-02
Posted: Aug 21, 2015
Department: Housing and Homelessness Prevention Department

Ensure the integrity and quality of data within the Housing and Homelessness Prevention Department using a variety of skill sets that include communication, quantitative and qualitative analysis, and staff training. Develop knowledge of the department’s data management and data reporting needs, including all contracts and funding sources. Generate narrative and statistical reports regarding data findings and its implications for program operations. Perform data entry and analyze database output information. Ensure utilization of appropriate client data collection and reporting system as new programs are developed. Coordinate with the agency’s ITS Department regarding any technical and HMIS needs, issues and outcomes. Perform other related duties as required

Minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent, with one to three years professional experience required, preferably in a non-profit or governmental setting. Bachelor’s Degree in Statistics, Computer Science, or related field preferred. Knowledge of Efforts to Outcome database (ETO) and Housing Counseling Online (HCO). Demonstrated ability to work effectively with many people and organizations both as a leader and team player. Must have experience in report writing, and performing both qualitative and quantitative analysis of data. Knowledge of forms development, implementation and/or system flow design. Must be able to work sensitively and effectively with individuals of diverse educational, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.

Please note: this position is part-time for thirty (30) hours per week.

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SCHOOL ADJUSTMENT CASE MANAGER

Recruitment Bulletin: 2009-04
Posted: Jul 24, 2015
Department: Dorchester Academy

Responsible for providing student participants with mental health, academic, career and other life skills counseling, support services and clinical referrals where appropriate, in order to support them in achieving program goals. Maintain student case management files including Individual Service Strategies (ISS) and clinical case notes. Work with each student to assess his/her strengths, and develop and maintain an ISS for achieving program goals. Conduct family counseling meetings and home visits. Identify students’ skills and provide academic and social/emotional counseling. Provide incoming students with a smooth transition to Dorchester Academy and introduction to its staff member and programs. Facilitate psycho-educational support workshops for students, on topics such as goal setting, stress management, coping with depression and decision-making. Provide guidance on college, career, and other life skills development for success during and after the program. Perform other related duties as required.

Minimum of a Masters Degree in Education, Social Work or related field required. LICSW preferred. Must have three to five years related experience working with urban youth required. Must have background in social work and/or mental health counseling. Attend all staff meetings. Must have an unwavering belief in urban youth and their potential. Must be able to work sensitively and effectively with individuals of diverse educational, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.

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TEACHER ASSISTANTS

Recruitment Bulletin: 1997-01
Posted: Apr 21, 2015
Department: Head Start and Children's Services - Boston/Malden/Everett

Assist Teachers with the care and education of preschool children at the local Head Start center. Provide the children with a nurturing, safe and healthy environment and individualized learning experiences to help them develop socially, intellectually, physically and emotionally in achieving social competency. Develop activities and strategies to involve parents in the educational aspects of the program to increase their understanding of child development and enhance their role as the principal influence in their child’s education and development. Record classroom activities and engage in ongoing staff development trainings. Provide classroom coverage as needed. Perform other related duties as required.Starting salary of $14.08/hour for school-year positions and $14.94/hour for full-year positions.

Minimum of a high school diploma/GED, with up to twelve months of relevant experience working with preschool children required. Must have an active preschool Child Development Associate credential or matriculated in a degree program with 15 or more college credits towards a degree in Early Childhood or related field, including child growth and development. EEC preschool teacher certified preferred. Good interpersonal skills required. Must be able to maintain confidentiality and work in a professional manner. Bilingual in a language spoken by families served by ABCD preferred. Must be able to engage in physical activities while attending to the needs of the center’s children and/or moving classroom equipment. Must be able to work sensitively and effectively with individuals of diverse educational, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.

Please note: there are forty-three (43) week school year positions and fifty-two (52) week positions available.

Positions available in the following neighborhoods: Dorchester, South End, Mattapan, South Boston, Roxbury.

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TEACHERS – EHS

Recruitment Bulletin: 2009-01
Posted: Jul 24, 2015
Department: Head Start and Children’s Services – Citywide

Provide infant and toddler children at the local Early Head Start center with a nurturing, safe and healthy environment and individualized learning experiences to help them develop socially, intellectually, physically and emotionally in achieving social competency. Provide a balance of open-ended exploration, teacher directed activities, structured activities and sensory-based play activities to foster the children’s curiosity, engagement, reasoning and problem-solving. Provide care such as diapering, toileting, feeding, dressing and hygiene in a relaxed and individualized manner to foster the children’s emotional development and help them gain independence in completing these tasks. Develop activities and strategies to engage parents in the educational aspects of the program. Perform other related duties as required.

Minimum of a high school diploma/GED, with nine months of relevant experience required. Active infant/toddler Child Development Associate credential required. Must be EEC Infant/Toddler Teacher qualified. Must work cooperatively as a member of a teaching team, with program staff and with parents. Ability to maintain confidentiality and work in a professional manner required. Bilingual in a language spoken by families served by ABCD preferred. Must be able to engage in physical activities while attending to the needs of the center’s infant and toddler children and/or while moving classroom equipment. Must be able to work sensitively and effectively with individuals of diverse educational, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.

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TRANSITION RESOURCE ALUMNI COUNSELOR (TRAC)

Recruitment Bulletin: 2012-03
Posted: Aug 14, 2015
Department: Education, Training and Youth Services – University High School

Develop, implement and monitor student transition plans as well as provide continued support services for graduates of ABCD’s University High School (UHS), including career development and educational advancement. Facilitate information sessions and track referrals with the re-engagement center. Develop and implement post-secondary and career transition plans for graduates and non-graduates exiting UHS. Provide college and career competency-based counseling to students establishing educational and occupational goals. Build relationships and maintain regular contact with alumni in order to track their career and educational progress on transition plans and share information on new opportunities. Develop networking opportunities for alumni such as creating an alumni database, developing long and short-term communication strategies, and planning alumni events. Create and maintain alumni newsletter, website, social media and other communication materials. Serve as main point of contact for alumni, receiving feedback for program enhancement and effectiveness. Prepare monthly data and written reports on program activities. Represent the program and its alumni in various conferences and events, ensuring that the program’s mission and commitment to advancement is clearly conveyed. Perform other related duties as required.

Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts required, preferably in Education, Social Work, or a related human services field. Masters degree preferred. Must have one to three years of related experience. Previous experience in alumni relations preferred. Careful attention to detail and accuracy required. Must have excellent communication, organizational, planning and time management skills. Proficient in various computer software programs for data entry, word processing, systems management and presentations. Must be able to work sensitively and effectively with groups and individuals of diverse educational, socio-economic, and cultural backgrounds.

Please note: this position is temporary through June 30, 2016. Continued employment is contingent upon receipt of additional funding.

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VIDEO EDITING INTERN

Recruitment Bulletin: 1993-01
Posted: Mar 13, 2015
Department: Public Information

Assist in editing agency special events including but not limited to graduations, program highlights, fundraising events, and neighborhood events. Work with supervisor in developing creative ways to edit promotional videos for the agency. Edit 3 minute videos allowing for a week turnaround time on event videos to be posted on ABCD’s website. Perform other duties as needed.

Must be able to work sensitively and effectively with individuals of diverse educational, socio-economic, and cultural backgrounds. Must have good organizational skills with attention to detail. Must be able to take independent initiative in creating rough cuts, but also be able to incorporate supervisor’s constructive criticism and work as a team to complete videos. Video Production, Film Production, or Media Studies major required. Minimum of two or three years of relevant experience or school experience a must. Editing proficiency with Final Cut Pro 7 required. Basic Motion, Photoshop, or After Effects graphics skills highly preferred.

Internship available from August to December 2015, for 14 hours per week, twice a week from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Friday.

Please note: This is an unpaid credit internship. Please send all application materials to volunteer@bostonabcd.org.

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WEATHERIZATION AUDITOR

Recruitment Bulletin: 2010-01
Posted: Jul 31, 2015
Department: Energy Department

Responsible for conducting energy audits, quality control, and post-inspections of weatherization and heating system work performed in residences of low-income clients. Schedule appointments with eligible clients for pre- and post- inspections of weatherization units, and coordinate intake for outreach to handicapped, elderly, or hard-to-reach clients. Conduct energy audits and surveys to determine the kind of conservation improvements needed. Coordinate inspections in conjunction with utility programs and multifamily projects to ensure compliance with installation guidelines. Monitor work in progress by subcontractors to determine that work performed and materials used meet required standards. Provide energy conservation trainings through demonstrations and written materials to clients as required by program and state guidelines. Perform other related duties as required.

Minimum of a high school diploma/GED, with at least one year of experience in conducting energy audits required. Knowledge and experience with the Department of Energy (DOE) Weatherization Program highly desired. Must have knowledge of Massachusetts building codes and demonstrated ability to interpret state and federal conservation program guidelines. Good mathematical skills, attention to detail, and the ability to record audit findings accurately required. Bilingual in Spanish preferred. Valid driver’s license required. Must be able to work sensitively and effectively with individuals of diverse educational, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.

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