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Housing Families Inc. Academic Director
Permanent
Full Time
Description
Housing Families Inc. Job Description
June 2021
Job Title
Academic Director
Hiring Manager
Laura Rosi
Hiring Manager Title
CEO
Division
GREAT Youth and Family Program
Location
Malden
ABOUT US
Housing Families Inc., founded in 1986 by community members concerned about the growing crisis of homelessness, has helped families make the transition out of homelessness to successfully retain permanent housing. Today, Housing Families is one of the largest and most capable providers of shelter and affordable rental housing in Massachusetts.
We provide safe, temporary shelter and quality affordable housing to homeless and at-risk families. We offer individualized supportive services to enrich children's lives, nurture the potential of each family member, and help families maintain permanent housing.
Our vision is a world in which everybody has a place to call home. We are looking for those who share in this vision and for skilled, compassionate individuals who share in our agency values of Respect, Caring, Integrity, Growth, and Teamwork:
- Respect – We treat people with dignity.
- Caring – We show compassion and act thoughtfully.
- Integrity – We adhere to high standards.
- Growth – We foster innovation and continuous development.
- Teamwork – We collaborate and celebrate.
RESPONSIBILITIES:
Purpose
The GREAT Youth and Families Program (GYFP) is a therapeutic after school program for homeless and formerly homeless children that offers individual counseling, therapy groups, academic tutoring and enrichment. The Academic Director will oversee curriculum, instruction, and ensure all students receive equitable support with the aim of helping them to cultivate a lifelong joy of learning. They will also create and provide trainings within the agency and other community settings related to trauma, homelessness, social and emotional learning, family engagement, and other relevant areas. The individual in this position will work in conjunction with the program staff, volunteers, and interns to create a welcoming and inclusive environment that values parents and guardians as full partners in their child’s development.
Housing Families Inc. Job Description
June 2021
Responsibilities
1. In collaboration with the Clinical Director, plan and execute the weekday after school program, which includes homework assistance, recreation, and enrichment with an emphasis on building social and emotional competency.
2. Work with the Clinical Director to assess student baselines and evaluate progress, planning and facilitating the implementation of interventions to support student learning needs, and be able to identify high quality resources for students and families.
3. Supervise Program Manager, Family Liaison, Education Coordinator, and Van Driver through regular individual and team meetings, management of payroll, trainings, workshops, and conducting performance reviews.
4. Prepare innovative and age appropriate curricula and theme based projects.
5. Carry out administrative duties including but not limited to data reporting and budget management.
6. Collaborate with other Program Directors and leadership staff in the agency to create and track goals, objectives, and action plans to advance organizational values.
7. Cultivate and maintain positive relationships with parents, school district leaders, educators, and other key constituents in the community.
8. Establish parent involvement in areas of advocacy, special events, and education.
9. Contact or oversee contact with teachers and parents of all children and coordinate with schools to ensure that children’s academic needs are being met, including special education services when necessary.
10. Attend or have supervisees attend school meetings, including IEPs.
11. Oversee vacation and summer program, including activities, enrichment, and field trips.
12. Handle crises as they occur. Provide supportive interventions for difficult interactions with children including conflicts between children and children unable or unwilling to engage in tutoring.
13. Complete files and necessary documentation in a timely manner.
QUALIFICATIONS / REQUIREMENTS:
Qualifications
 Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, or Secondary Education. Massachusetts Teacher Licensure preferred.
 Minimum of 3 years classroom experience, 5 or more preferred.
 After school management experience preferred.
 Proficiency in curriculum development.
 Applicants who have experience working with families from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Eligibility Requirements
 Must be able to pass a CORI/SORI background check.
 Must have a valid driver’s license.
 Must be able to work 40 hours per week year-round.
 Prior work experience in urban education, including supervisory experience.
 Ability to form strong interpersonal and strategic relationships with people from diverse backgrounds (students, families, staff, teachers, administrators, etc.).
Housing Families Inc. Job Description
June 2021
 Knowledgeable of trauma-informed practices, restorative practices, youth development and social emotional learning.
 Must be willing to attend field trips during school breaks.
 Must have unrestricted work authorization to work in the United States.
 Must be 18 years or older.
 Must be fluent in English.
DESIRED CHARACTERISTICS:
We believe that in order to be successful in this position, it is crucial that the candidate is able to honestly assess their strengths and determine that they include:
 Experience and love of working with children.
 Patience and a positive attitude.
 Growth mindset.
 Reliable, organized and punctual.
 Expert understanding of education requirements in an urban setting.
 Strong leader and team-builder.
 Ability to establish and maintain partnerships with various resources including local schools, nonprofits, and community groups.
 Excellent communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills with proven ability to interact with a diverse range of individuals both in person and over the phone, applying tact and discretion as situations demand.
 Must have excellent organizational, time management and follow-up skills.
 Must be able to clearly articulate outcome requirements and provide the necessary and appropriate resources and support for staff and students to successfully deliver on objectives.
 Responsible and professional conduct that serves as role model to staff and youth.
 Ability to set priorities and meet deadlines.
 Must demonstrate ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously.
 Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Outlook, Word, and understanding of virtual educational platforms such as Google Classroom and Zoom.
 Investment in non-violent conflict resolution, confronting racism, sexism, and other injustices, and helping children and families heal and grow.
APPLICATIONS/COMPENSATION:
 Interested candidates must submit a resume and cover letter to Laura Rosi, CEO: lrosi@housingfamilies.org
 Compensation: $70-75K annual, plus competitive benefits.
354 Cross Street
Malden
Revere Housing Authority Groundskeeper/Laborer
Permanent
Full Time
Description
Groundskeeper/Custodian/Laborer

Job Summary

Hiring (1) Full -Time employee to join the Revere Housing Authority team as Groundskeeper / Custodian/Laborer. Work involves the performance of routine duties related to the exterior maintenance of lawns, trees, shrubs, flower beds, walks, roadways, parking lots, etc.; the interior custodial maintenance of floors, walls, ceilings, windows, etc. in offices, public areas and apartments; and performs minor maintenance repairs and painting repairs. He/she will be required to lift and carry heavy objects, to work outdoors in all types of adverse weather conditions.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities employment

1. Knowledge of grounds keeping and custodial cleaning preferred.
2. Knowledge of the proper use of chemicals, fertilizers, and pesticides.
3. Knowledge of occupational hazards and safety measures.
4. Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions.
5. Ability to maintain acceptable working relationship with co-workers.
6. Ability to work in adverse conditions, such as: sleet, snow, heat, cold, dust and dirt, as well as cramped quarters and high places.
7. Ability to lift heavy objects.
8. Knowledgeable and skilled in performing various painting tasks
9. Knowledgeable and skilled in performing various carpentry tasks

Responsibilities

1. Work in a professional and courteous manner within a service environment.
2. Perform preventive ground keeping and custodial procedures.
3. Document information required maintaining records on preventive maintenance programs, repairs, installations, and stock utilization and working orders.
4. Be proficient with hand and power tools.
5. Report to work in emergency conditions.
6. When necessary works under adverse conditions, shovels snow and lifts heavy objects.
7. Performs all other related duties that may be assigned.


Qualifications/Experience

High school graduate with at least one-year of full time, or equivalent part-time experience in building custodial and grounds keeping. Possess a valid Massachusetts class D driver’s license.

Starting hourly rate is $29.90/ hr. based on experience; 40 hours per week, excellent benefits.
Please submit resume to Dean Harris, Director of Maintenance & Modernization, 70 Cooledge Street Revere, MA 02151 or email to dharris@revereha.com. Accepting resumes until position filled. RHA is an equal opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer.
50 Constitution Avenue
Revere
Revere Housing Authority Section 8 Administrative Assistant/Receptionist
Permanent
Full Time
Description
REVERE HOUSING AUTHORITY
SECTION 8 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT/RECEPTIONIST




Position: Revere Housing Authority is seeking an Administrative Assistant/Receptionist for
the Section 8 (Housing Choice Voucher) Program, with general knowledge of the
program, to provide office support and manage clerical duties for all staff.

Reports to: Joan Ambrosino – Director of Leased Housing Management

Salary: $35,000 - $39,000 (depending on experience)

Primary Responsibilities:
• Administers Centralized Waiting List applications and inquires
• Oversees the Inspection Process
• Input Utility Allowance Data
• Maintains tenant files
• Updates forms and letters in HAB
• Answers and screens incoming telephone calls
• Schedule’s appointments
• Handles incoming and outgoing mail
• Maintains office supplies and HUD regulated forms
• Other duties as assigned


Qualifications:
Must be a high school graduate or GED recipient. Associates degree preferred. Must be
proficient in Microsoft Office, possess excellent communicating skills, both oral and written
Good organization skills and the ability to work with highly confidential documents.
Bi-lingual candidate are encouraged to apply.

Contact Information:
Please submit cover letter and resume to Patricia E. Duffy, Interim Executive Director, Revere
Housing Authority, 70 Cooledge Street, Revere, MA 02151. RHA is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Employer.
82 Cooledge Street
Revere
FMC Ice Sports Facility Operator
Permanent
Part Time
Keywords: ice rink, sports
Description
Reporting directly to the Arena Manager and/or Facility Supervisor, the Facility Operator is responsible for maintaining FMC facilities in order to ensure clean, safe and healthy facilities are available. Routine maintenance and janitorial functions of the facility while it is open to the public, is required. Responsible for driving/operating ice resurfacer. This position will work alone and with other positions as required by the facility activities schedule. Work schedule will include nights, weekends and some holidays as necessary to meet the needs of our patrons and to complete job responsibilities. No prior experience in an ice rink or ice sports required. We will train.
Responsibilities include:
Maintain and secure facility.
Make and maintain ice surface and maintain arena facilities.
Ensure facilities are cleaned on a regular basis.
Demonstrate total commitment to outstanding customer service for both internal and external customers.
Qualifications:
HS Diploma or GED
Must have a valid Driver's License
Must be a self-starter with ability to analyze situations and develop solutions to problems with minimal supervision
Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing, with a variety of individuals and groups, interested in recreational matters, representing different interests
Must possess strong organizational skills with the ability to prioritize multiple tasks, and manage time effectively
Flexibility to work varying hours especially as seasons and service needs change.
This is a part-time position. Compensation is up to $18/hour dependent upon experience and skill level.
Text FO17 to 781-358-8584 to Apply.
Why work at FMC Ice Sports? Click here: https://youtu.be/h4tJGE4Lg0Q
Making our Community a Better Place Starts with You - Join our Team, Make a Difference!
The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. It is not designed to contain, or to be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of employees assigned to this job. All offers are contingent upon passing a thorough background check including a CORI, SORI and National Criminal History Background check. FMC Ice Sports is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
870 Revere Beach Pkwy
Revere
FMC Ice Sports Facility Support Staff
Seasonal
Part Time
Keywords: ice rink, sports, customer service
Description
The Facility Support Staff is responsible for a variety of tasks and functions in the arena to ensure an exceptional customer experience. No prior experience in an ice rink or ice sports required. We will train.

Responsibilities could include:

Skate Monitor
Cashier
Concessions
Scorekeeper

A Successful Candidate Will...

Have excellent customer service skills
Be a team player
Be at least 16 years of age
Understand the importance of dependability & organization

This is a part-time position. Compensation up to $15/hour dependent upon experience and skill level.

Text FSS17 to 781-358-8584 to Apply.

Why work at FMC Ice Sports? Click here: https://youtu.be/h4tJGE4Lg0Q

Making our Community a Better Place Starts with You - Join our Team, Make a Difference!

The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. It is not designed to contain, or to be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of employees assigned to this job. All offers are contingent upon passing a thorough background check including a CORI, SORI and National Criminal History Background check.
870 Revere Beach Pkwy
Revere
Revere Housing Authority Resident Services Director
Permanent
Full Time
Description
Resident Services Director
Job Description

Position Purpose: Develop, coordinate, implement and evaluate all program functions of the Revere Housing Authority (RHA)

Reports to: Executive Director
Positions Supervised: Mixed Population Coordinator; Interns/Volunteers

Salary: $55,000-$60,000

Primary Responsibilities:
Program

• Develop and implement a year-round program schedule to include scheduling of programs for all residents at the RHA State and Federal Properties
• Develop and implement comprehensive program activities in the areas of technology, ESL, education, employment, academic achievement, social/recreational, health, arts/culture, leadership development, substance abuse education and prevention, civic engagement, and economic development for the continuum of ages that utilize the center.
• Plan and carry out social opportunities to connect with neighbors in and outside the development.
• Plan and implement activities year-round, including school vacation weeks, summer, holidays, etc.
• Work to market all programs via newsletter, newspaper, flyers, and cable as needed.
• Help identify, develop and coordinate implementation of programs at the RHA through community partnerships with area schools, colleges, area organizations such as the YMCA, YWCA, Metro-Housing Boston (MHP)local banks and area businesses and other community organizations which can enhance quality of life for RHA residents and program participants.
• Identify individual, family and community service needs of residents and offer appropriate referrals
• Developing strategies to link residents with needed programs, including assisting them to overcome various barriers that might impede access to those services
• Building community participation and involvement in service programs offered.
• Actively work with the RSM in setting and accomplishing the goals of the center
• Identifying additional resource and funding opportunities to respond to emerging needs and interests of residents
• Coordinate and supervise all functions of the drop-in program, including school vacation activities.
• Work closely with local colleges and local organizations to recruit program volunteers and interns
• Build and Maintain working relationships with service provider partners, contractors and providers to develop an integrated system of education and technology, workforce, employment and economic development, youth recreation and diversion, and family support services to support the continued and long-term success of families residing in the development.
• Manage all aspects of the Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) program including home-ownership program and completion of annual application and grant renewal process
• Develop a comprehensive understanding of resident needs and issues (conduct needs assessments, community meetings, etc.) offer residents the opportunity to assist their community and guide them towards appropriate services and resources.
• Develop and maintain a comprehensive list of resources (employment, education, social service agencies etc.) available in the community for residents’ benefit.
• Collect information and document incidents for potential follow-up by property staff and/or residents involved.
• Perform other duties related to the Resident Service Program as directed by supervisors.

Administrative

• Maintain accurate records and contact information for all participants, including children and adults.
• Prepare and submit monthly (program, events, demographics) reports to the Center Director.
• Work closely with the Executive Director on seeking out and responding to grant/funding opportunities.
• Work closely with the Executive Director on the development and dissemination of a consistent program schedule.
• Train and supervise program staff, volunteers and college interns.
• Attend and participate in networking opportunities that will enhance and further the mission and purpose of the RHA.
• Maintain all grant related files and documentation in preparation for reporting and evaluation.
• Maintain vendor files for recreation programming, such as bus companies, entertainers, caterers, field trip sites, etc.
• Work towards the production of the monthly newsletter, including submitting articles and coordinating the participation of the youth. Maintain file on all newsletters.
• Maintain inventory of equipment, supplies and other necessary materials; submit purchase orders to Executive Director for approval in a timely manner.
• Inform the Center Director, Center Coordinator and maintenance of potential safety hazards or actual incidents.
• Inform the Center Director of any required intervention between residents and RHA.
• Work to prepare activity room for events, to include table set-up, hosting, food preparation, clean up before and after the event.
• Submit expense requests to the Center Director, submit all receipts in a timely manner to the Center Director for monthly reconciliation.
• Positively promote the RHA in the community and within the complex.


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

• Effective communicator with ability to engage a range of stakeholders in writing and verbally.
• Ability to plan, organize and facilitate the scheduling of multiple programs and providers.
• Ability to produce documents and reports that meet specified standards and time frames.
• Experience writing grants and seeking grant funding opportunities.
• Self-directed with the ability to prioritize and multi-task.
• Ability to maintain positive relationships with a wide variety of program participants, providers, stakeholders and staff.
• Must demonstrate a commitment to recognizing residents’ knowledge and experience as a valuable resource.
• Able to motivate individuals and groups to actively participate and take leadership in efforts to increase self-determination.
• Able to accurately identify/assess resident assets and needs in order to connect them effectively to resources and help them set personal goals.
• Able to effectively facilitate meetings and community gatherings.
• Must demonstrate a high level of verbal, writing and listening skills.
• Literate with technology and software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) website development and social media.
• Ability to represent the Revere Housing Authority at various community events and task forces.
• Ability to identify resources, including funding opportunities to support the work of the Revere Housing Authority.
• Accurate and timely record keeping.
• Common sense, flexibility and a sense of humor.
• Passion and personal interest in working with people and providing assistance.

Education and Experience:

• Ideal candidate will have at a minimum a B.A. in management, (Master’s Preferred) social work, education or related fields. Relevant experience can be substituted for education.
• Experience working in community partnerships and organizations on projects that require multi-agency coordination.
• Knowledge of the Boston/ Suffolk County area community a plus.
• Knowledge and experience working with organizations serving the following populations: youth, families, seniors, immigrants, unemployed, people with substance use, mental health related issues, physical and learning disabilities.

Contact Information: Please submit a cover letter and resume to Carlos Lopez, Executive Director,
Revere Housing Authority, 70 Cooledge Street, Revere, MA 02151. RHA is an
Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmation Action Employer
70 Cooledge Street
Revere
AutoZone Auto Parts Delivery Driver
Permanent
FT or PT
Description
AutoZone's Part-Time Auto Parts Delivery Driver - Come be a part of an energizing culture rooted in people and a commitment to delivering WOW! customer service. If you are looking for a way to put your safe driving skills to work coupled with company stability and great career opportunities, look no further. AutoZone is the place for you! Our commercial delivery driver position is responsible for the delivery of parts to our commercial customers. You don’t have to use your own vehicle, you can work full or part time and no Commercial Drivers License is required.
1691 Revere Beach Pkwy
Everett
AutoZone Retail Sales Associate
Permanent
Part Time
Description
AutoZone's Part-Time Retail Sales Associates drive sales through superior customer service by exceeding customer expectations and providing a WOW! Customer Service experience. While assisting customers, the Retail Sales Associate will perform daily assigned duties and remain compliant with company procedures in accordance to AutoZone expectations by Living the Pledge every day.
637 Lynnway
Lynn
Sally Beauty Sales Associate/Beauty Advisor
Permanent
Part Time
Description
The Sales Associate/Beauty Advisor will focus on one primary objective – creating a memorable shopping experience for our customers. We are continually searching for passionate beauty lovers that want to help our customer through their beauty experience. Whether assisting with hair color, cosmetics, skin care, or nails, we want you to be the advisor on our customer’s journey. It takes knowledge and training – which Sally Beauty will go above and beyond to provide. You bring your passion and personality – we will do the rest!
339 Squire Road
Revere
Paul Revere Transportation Bus Driver
Permanent
Full Time
Description
Paul Revere Transportation is a local bus company with offices in Chelsea and in Roxbury, MA. We provide operations and maintenance services on shuttle bus contracts for a variety of clients in the Boston area. We offer our employees a friendly, professional environment; flexible shifts; a regular schedule; and excellent benefits. Employees start and end their shift at the same location each day.
100 Eastern Ave
Chelsea
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