Current Job Openings

Logistics Journeyman

For over 50 years, Project Place has been a resource for individuals who are experiencing homelessness in Boston. Through innovative programming, including operating social enterprises, we facilitate the successful transition of individuals to economic self-sufficiency. Comprehensive programming consists of classroom instruction, credential training, case management services, housing and job placement, retention and career services.
We currently seek the following position:

Title: LOGISTICS JOURNEYMAN
Reports to: Director of Reentry and Programming

Responsibilities:
The Logistics Journeyman will facilitate the coordination of Project Place’s Logistics Enterprise Apprenticeship Program (LEAP). In LEAP, program participants learn basic skills in the logistics field while pursuing training in the industry. The Logistics Journeyman will coordinate the classroom-based learning as well as the oversight of skills practice, to assist clients in obtaining employment in the logistics field.
Specific duties of the Logistics Journeyman include:
• Instructing students in warehouse and transportation skills in daily classes
• Imparting skills relevant to pre-apprenticeship logistics
• Maintaining relevant lessons in the field and updating the curriculum manual
• Coordinating and following up with clients regarding their evaluation from their field supervisor as they complete daily tasks of work-training and providing feedback as they complete classroom-based learning and credential attainment
• Consulting and supporting Enterprise Operations Managers to develop and refine instruction around the use of new equipment, maintaining care of equipment, and safety concerns
• Tracking progress and noting individual attainment of apprenticeship requirements
• Completing internal and external reports
• Utilizing necessary computer programs for instruction, communication, and operations
• Coaching clients and setting a personal example modeling the agency’s standard of professionalism
• Working on a multi-disciplined team to support individual students as they overcome barriers from homelessness and incarceration
• Other tasks as assigned by Executive Director or designee.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Licensed journeymen with supervisory experience required
• Self-starter with a capacity to work independently and as a member of a dynamic team
• Proficiency with computers and email
• Desire to work with population in recovery from substance addiction, re-entry from incarceration, and new to the workforce.

HOW TO APPLY: Submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@projectplace.org. Please do not call or show up in person!

Our Mission and values at Project Place reflect the fundamental principle that our doors are open to all. We aspire to be a place of inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility. Diversity makes us stronger, and the creation of a deeply inclusive culture allows us to succeed and grow together.

Project Place is an EEO/AA employer.

Manager of Stabilization Services

For over 50 years, Project Place has been a resource for individuals who are experiencing homelessness in Boston. Through innovative programming, including operating social enterprises, we facilitate the successful transition of individuals to economic self-sufficiency. Comprehensive programming consists of classroom instruction, credential training, case management services, housing and job placement, retention and career services.

We currently seek the following position:

Job Title: Stabilization Services Manager

Reports to: Associate Director

Responsibilities: The Stabilization Manager is responsible for the oversight of stabilization services and programming including outreach efforts and intake process for clients referred from agencies seeking employment supports. Manager will be responsible to assess and address the needs of clients early in recovery and in their commitment to life change. The Stabilization Services Manager administers the development, implementation and evaluation of Stabilization Programming. The manager has a strong presence in the community, representing the agency at partner meetings, manages client data for stabilization programming and services and ensures that contract obligations are met with the support of the Associate Director.

PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION

  • Evaluate and monitor effectiveness of client services and case management services where needed
  • Oversee consistent and quality delivery of client curricula and coaching services within the Stabilization Services and Programming
  • Lead contact with partner agencies concerning intake and programming processes
  • Serve as liaison between stabilization staff, education staff and training staff for consistent, quality client services agency-wide
  • Serve as liaison between Project Place housing staff and housing partners, including RRH contract management for the Housing Works Partnership and interface with potential Rapid Re-Housing landlord matters
  • Supervise services provided to preserve clients’ tenancy, support asset development, develop skills required to obtain employment and encourage self-sufficiency
  • Participate in appropriate meetings to address management and oversight of Stabilization services and programming to actualize mission
  • Identify and employ best practices in design of new programming with the goal of both short-term and long-term client success

COMMUNITY REPRESENTATION

  • Coordinate collaborations with partner organizations, human service programs and community resources necessary to deliver quality stabilization programming and services

CLIENT DATA

  • Complete monthly service report with attending client enrollment data and census
  • Maintain Stabilization Services and Programming data with support from Senior Case Manager
  • Provide oversight of staff data entry, report generation, and outcomes analysis quarterly

CONTRACT MANAGEMENT with the support and guidance of the Associate Director

  • Ensure contractual obligations met with client census and reporting requirements
  • Maintain consistent presence with contract partners to ensure program goals are met
  • Other duties as assigned by Executive Director

Qualifications: Masters in human service/Social Work preferred but not required. Clinical training a plus. Management experience necessary. Knowledge and confidence in addressing challenges confronting individuals experiencing homelessness with co-occurring mental health concerns. A working familiarity and desire to work with individuals who have addiction, veteran service needs and who have been previously incarcerated.

HOW TO APPLY: Submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@projectplace.org.

Project Place is an EEO/AA employer.