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Current Job Openings at La Colaborativa:

Health Director

The Health Director at La Colaborativa trains, monitors, motivates and supervises health promoter activities and engages in partnerships for strategic expansion of activities and works from a gender-based equity lens to improve the lives and wellbeing of families disproportionately impacted by social determinants of health including the COVID-19 pandemic, systemic racism, and economic inequities in Massachusetts.

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Triage Specialist Manager

The Triage Specialist Manager facilitates client access to community resources, including locating recreational activities, housing, food, clothing, school programs, vocational opportunities or services, providers to teach life skills, and relevant mental health services; assists members to develop natural resources and make contact with social support networks.

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STEM Program Facilitator and Academic Mentor

The STEM Program Facilitator and Academic Mentor will facilitate a project-based STEM career exploration internship and be an academic and career mentor for youth ages 14-21. If you are a dynamic leader that loves to empower young people, believes in the power of STEM learning as a path towards self liberation and community impact, you would be an excellent candidate for this position. Full job description and application instructions here.

ESOL Instructor

La Colaborativa is looking for an empathetic and passionate English teacher for native Spanish speakers.  A teacher who is dedicated to the success of their students and their creativity. Our students come from different parts of Latin America; they are parents, single fathers, single mothers, young adults and grandparents. They are colorful-joyful individuals that will light up your creativity as a teacher. Full job description and application instructions here.

Good Jobs Coalition Coordinator

The Good Jobs Coalition (GJC) Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the activities of a city-wide coalition established in 2018, bringing together non profit organizations, local government, a community college, and a workforce board. The main responsibility of the Coordinator is to facilitate the progress of the GJC Workplan, which was derived in part from the City of Chelsea’s Workforce Development Action Plan.