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CAREERS AT THE UUUM
The list of our current job openings is below. Click on the link to see the position summary, key elements of the role, specific responsibilities, job requirements, and instructions on how to submit your information for consideration.
Roxbury Youth Programs (RYP) is seeking an experienced, energetic Youth Programs Manager to join the UU Urban Ministry’s program staff. The Youth Programs Manager (YPM) will supervise all aspects of Roxbury Youth Programs which include youth leadership and community engagement programming, tutoring, alumni engagement, and a scholarship process. The YPM will lead the collaborative planning, implementation, and facilitation of the youth programs with the support of the Youth Program Coordinator and Director of Programs.
Contact Peter Tam, Director of Programs: ptam @ uuum.org
The Development Associate has the primary responsibility of ensuring the functionality and success of both the engagement opportunities and volunteer training program at the UU Urban Ministry. This includes the recruitment, education and training, placement, and supervision of volunteers and interns that support the programs, services, and operations of the UUUM. The Development Associate works cooperatively with the Director of Development and Communications to propose, adopt, and continuously improve volunteer programming, including policies and procedures. Additionally, the Development Associate will be part of the team that works together to continuously grow the fundraising and communications efforts that support the UUUM’s mission and work.
Contact Vinnie Myles, Director of Development and Communications: vmyles @ uuum.org
Job opportunities at our member congregations:
There are currently no openings
The Unitarian Universalist Urban Ministry (UUUM) is one of the oldest social justice organizations in the country, with an extensive volunteer program and the support of an alliance of approximately 50 Unitarian Universalist congregations in Greater Boston.
Currently we provide after-school, weekend and summer programming for youth, a domestic violence shelter, a job readiness program, and cultural and educational events. Our work is grounded in bridging racial and geographic divides to address injustice, and most especially racial injustice.
Our offices are located in historic John Eliot Square in Roxbury, MA. We are committed to working with our neighbors and the Roxbury community, and are dedicated to being an intersection of communities - both geographically and socially.
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