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Join our team of neighbors helping neighbors since 1891. Browse the job opportunities below to start your career at United South End Settlements.
The Vacation Arts Program Assistant Instructor/Float will provide support to the instructors by covering breaks, prep time, and assisting in the classrooms throughout the day, and should possess a thorough knowledge of visual art/craft-making techniques and the ability to adapt techniques to age-appropriate lessons for children.
The Infant/Toddler Teacher works directly with infants/toddlers aged 3 months to 2.9 years of age from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds, and is responsible for direct supervision of children, small group instruction, and providing a nurturing atmosphere to enhance the children's educational and social development.
In partnership with the Massachusetts Service Alliance Commonwealth Corps, we are offering two full-time service positions for Massachusetts residents. The two Education & Career Coaches will pilot our new coaching model, assisting families and participants across the agency to increase their economic opportunities through advancements in education, employment and access to resources.
In partnership with AmeriCorps VISTA, we are are offering this full-time service position to help pioneer our renewed path towards providing South End families with the support and resources they need to achieve economic stability. The VISTA Program Development Coordinator will research, develop, and strengthen our materials and practices around coaching and job training as a part of our new impact-driven model.
In partnership with AmeriCorps VISTA, we are are offering this full-time service position to help pioneer our renewed path towards providing South End families with the support and resources they need to achieve economic stability. The VISTA Outreach & Income Supports Coordinator will pilot the Income Supports Program, a vital part of a new centralized intake process and coaching model, and will improve outreach and messaging strategies for our new model and mission.
We are looking for individuals to substitute in our preschool, toddler and infant classrooms. Shifts and frequency vary. Our center is open from 8-6pm Monday through Friday. This is a great opportunity for someone looking for part-time work or for a teacher looking to gain some experience and get his/her “foot in the door” at a great center.
The Camp Maintenance Person/Driver is responsible for maintaining the equipment, grounds, and buildings of the camp site and engaging the services of contractors for technical jobs.
We are seeking an experienced nurse to run our camp health center and administer health care to campers and staff. See the attached document for licensing/work experience requirements. Applicants must have a vehicle and be available from June 18 - August 26.
We are looking for Camp Counselors for this coming season at Camp Hale. Preference will be given to candidates with with youth-related work experiences, camping experience, and/or one year of college. Counselors live with groups of campers, provide 24-hr supervision, and take part in planning and carrying out daily activities. Applicants must be available from June 18 - August 26.
Mission: To build a strong community by improving the education, health, safety and economic security of low-income individuals and families in Boston's historic South End/Lower Roxbury and to serve as a national model of successful neighborhood engagement.