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At USES, we value diversity in every setting and are committed to building diverse networks of individuals with various backgrounds, skill sets, and perspectives who share our vision for disrupting the cycle of poverty. Browse the job opportunities below to start your career at United South End Settlements.

Below, you’ll find a complete list of open positions at United South End Settlements. Scroll down to see open positions for Camp Hale!

 

Vice President of Programs

USES is seeking a dynamic leader to serve as our Vice President of Programs. In collaboration with the President and CEO, the VP of Programs articulates and implements the strategic vision and leadership of the organization, oversees a portfolio of two-generational programs and services, provides guidance, supervision and professional development to program staff, and evaluates the effectiveness of programs. The ideal candidate for this position should have a genuine passion for our mission and a sincere commitment to our impact and future growth. This is an exciting and transformative time at USES. In our second year of implementing our strategic plan, the Vice President of Programs will be a critical leader in our growth and development and will work with the President & CEO to build our existing programs into an integrated two-generational strategy.

Assistant Director of Early Childhood Education

Reporting to the Director of Early Childhood Education (ECE) and Out of School Time (Club 48), the Assistant Director is responsible for day to day operation of the early childhood education program (ECE), including: program development; outreach, curriculum and daily planning; maintaining systems and programs for staff, parents and children; providing quality services to families in compliance with state and local regulations, best practices in the field, and USES policies and procedures.

Assistant Director of club48

Reporting to the Director of Early Childhood Education (ECE) and Out of School Time (club48), the Assistant Director is responsible for day to day operation of the school-age program, including: program development; outreach, curriculum and daily planning; maintaining systems and programs for staff, parents and children; providing quality services to families in compliance with state and local regulations, best practices in the field, and USES policies and procedures.

Human Resources Generalist

Reporting to the Director of Talent the Human Resources, the Generalist is responsible for HR-related duties on a professional level. Functional areas include: payroll and benefits administration, employee relations, training, performance management, recruitment and onboarding, policy implementation, affirmative action and employment law compliance. The HR Generalist will demonstrate exceptional generalist, relationship building, communication, and project management skills, with the ability to think innovatively, have impeccable discretion, and a can-do mentality.

Camp Hale Nurse

Established in 1900, Camp Hale is a sleepaway summer camp for Boston-area youth ages 6 to 17 years old to experience a range of outdoor activities in the scenic environment of Squam Lake located in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. Camp Hale transforms youth into resilient leaders as they discover the wonders of nature, build a diverse community, and embrace challenging experiences. The camp operates on the belief that all youth benefit from opportunities for physical, mental, and social growth and development. The goal is for campers to leave with an enhanced sense of well-being, improved social skills, and awareness of personal potential. The Camp Hale Nurse manages the camp infirmary by providing healthcare to campers and staff
Maintain accurate medical records of campers and staff members.

Camp Hale Head Cook

Under the supervision of the Camp Director, the Head Cook/Food Service Coordinator directs the overall food-service operation of camp including: purchasing, preparation, nutrition, service, sanitation, security, personnel management, customer service, and recordkeeping. The Head Cook/Food Service Coordinator assures the dining experience and atmosphere is a safe, fun, and positive experience that supports camper’s growth and retention. The Head Cook/Food Service Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of the food-service program including the implementation of all applicable health, sanitary, and safety regulations including State of New Hampshire and American Camping Association requirements.

Camp Hale Assistant Cook

Under the supervision of the Camp Hale Director and other designated staff (Assistant Director, Program Director, etc.) counselors live with campers and participate in all daily routine activities. The Assistant Cook is a counselor who in addition to providing guidance, leadership, and support, also works with the Head Cook to plan and prepare meals which meet the nutritional needs of the campers and staff. The Assistant Cook is supervised by the Head Cook.

Camp Hale Counselor

Under the supervision of the Camp Hale Director and other designated staff (Assistant Director, Program Director, etc.) counselors live with campers and participate in all daily routine activities .Camp Hale counselor’s primary focus is to provide guidance, leadership, and support; creating a safe and nurturing atmosphere that enhances campers’ physical, social and emotional development.

Camp Hale Relief/Weekend Nurse

Established in 1900, Camp Hale is a sleepaway summer camp for Boston-area youth ages 6 to 17 years old to experience a range of outdoor activities in the scenic environment of Squam Lake located in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. Camp Hale transforms youth into resilient leaders as they discover the wonders of nature, build a diverse community, and embrace challenging experiences. The camp operates on the belief that all youth benefit from opportunities for physical, mental, and social growth and development. The goal is for campers to leave with an enhanced sense of well-being, improved social skills, and awareness of personal potential. The Camp Hale Relief Nurse manages the camp infirmary by providing healthcare to campers and staff
Maintain accurate medical records of campers and staff members.

Early Childhood Education Infant Classroom Teacher (10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.)

The Infant/Toddler Teacher works directly with infants/toddlers aged 3 months to 2.9 years of age from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Infant/Toddler teachers are responsible for direct supervision of children, small group instruction, and providing a nurturing atmosphere to enhance the children's educational and social development. S/he is expected to conduct and document observations, use screening and assessment tools, and work with a co-teacher to develop and plan theme-based curriculum. Infant/Toddler teachers are expected to work closely with families to promote family program involvement. This job is full-time, 35 hours per week, Monday-Friday.

Early Childhood Education Toddler Classroom Teacher (8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.)

Teachers teach in teams with low child-to-adult ratios. We offer rich and compressive individual/family health, dental, and vision coverage, 2-plus weeks’ vacation per year, tuition reimbursement, and competitive salaries. Fulltime Classroom teachers work 35-hours per week and these positions require:
• DEEC infant/toddler certification.
• CDA or Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education or a related field is preferred.
• Experience with observation and screening and assessment tools a major plus.

Early Childhood Education Preschool Teacher (8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.)

Reporting to the Director of Early Childhood Education, the Full-Time Preschool Teacher will work in various classrooms as needed. The children range in ages from 2 years 9 months to 6 years. The position is full-time (35 hours/week) Monday through Friday.

Early Childhood Education Substitute Teacher

This position reports directly to the Director of Early Childhood Education. This position will assist ECE Teachers in our preschool, toddler and infant classrooms. This position is on an "on-call" basis. Individuals would be on the ECE substitute list and contacted when coverage for a shift is needed. This can be a week long assignment or assignment on a daily basis.

club48 Assistant Group Leader

Assistant Group Leaders report to the Director of Club48 and are responsible for assisting with the daily planning and implementation of small group activities, including daily STEAM activities, and direct supervision of children 5 to 12 years of age. Assistant Group Leaders actively participate in both small and large group activities and step into to cover classrooms while Group Leaders are on break. Assistant Group Leaders work 25 hours per week and up to 35 hours week during school vacations and summer.

club48 Substitute Group Leader

Group Leaders report to the Director of Club48 and are responsible for the daily planning and implementation of small group activities, including daily STEAM activities, and direct supervision of children 5 to 12 years of age. Group Leaders actively participate in both small and large group activities. Summer Group Leaders work 35 hours per week and must be available from the beginning of June through the end of August.

Research Intern

USES seeks part-time Research Interns to support its research activities. Research Interns will research and synthesize the latest research on one or a small portfolio of topics. This position is suitable for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students seeking a project for academic credit through an independent study; one position is available for a stipend. Topics include (but are not limited to) intergenerational poverty, relationship between poverty and stress at home, youth and poverty, and more. Applications are being considered for summer and fall positions with a commitment between 10-15 hours per week.

The mission of United South End Settlements is to harness the power of our diverse community to disrupt the cycle of poverty for children and their families.