Voices for Inclusion for Essex and Westford is seeking a Project Manager. The Voices for Inclusion in Essex and Westford (VIEW) was founded to create events and educational opportunities for Essex and Westford residents that include voices from every race, religion, gender, socioeconomic group, and other identities to be heard. VIEW wants to strengthen our community by supporting opportunities to see the world through both mirrors and windows, to see ourselves represented in our community, and also to learn about others in ways that value all lived experiences and identities.
The VIEW Project Manager will oversee the planning and implementation of 2022 VIEW events scheduled during the contract period. The Project Manager will maintain the values and vision of VIEW through all components of event planning and coordination, including organizing volunteers. In collaboration with the VIEW Board, the Project Manager will launch a robust and community-facing component to the work with the ongoing goal to better serve the community. The ideal candidate is organized, detail-oriented, courageous, holds a strong sense of justice, is skilled at bringing people together, and is committed to raising social equity awareness for all community members.
The position may work from home and will require at least 10 hours per week. The position will pay a competitive hourly rate. For more information about this job, please see the job description here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WpZBjcluKARM2aH_CT1n4Gci_dX13r81/view?usp=sharing
Please send resume and cover letter by Friday, March 25th to: firstname.lastname@example.org
VIEW is a local non-profit that was created based on the recommendation through Voices for Education which included a group of diverse community members working to create events and educational opportunities to promote equity and inclusion in our community. VIEW is committed to providing community-wide educational opportunities in Essex and Westford to strengthen our community by looking at it through the various lenses of people we live and work with. Our past events include a community screening of The Hate You Give, a community book read of 13th, and an LGBTQIA storytelling event in a community park.