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14 Beacon Street
BAGLY’s Program Manager is a full-time position supervised by the Director of Programs. Working closely with all of the BAGLY staff, this position will contribute to the success, planning, implementation, and evaluation of BAGLY programs. As the Program Manager, you will have the opportunity to work with one of the oldest LGBTQ youth organizations in Massachusetts, and with young people and activists throughout the state.
- Managing BAGLY’s Boston-based programs, including drop in center, health clinic, and youth leadership development programs
- Supervising Program Coordinators in fulfilling the delivery of services and programs throughout BAGLY.
- Assisting the Director of Programs in coordinating quarterly, statewide AGLY Network meetings
- Working in conjunction with all BAGLY staff to help implement large statewide events, including Massachusetts Youth Pride, Trans Youth Summit, and the HEARRT Peer-Leadership Summit.
- Implementing programs that follow through on BAGLY’s mission and values, and providing ongoing evaluation to ensure programmatic quality
- Strengthening partnerships within the community to broaden and support BAGLY's programs
- Working with BAGLY staff to ensure contract compliance, participating in funder site visits, and helping execute funding reports
- Working with development/marketing staff to develop innovative print and online resource materials
- Ability to work flexible hours; some evenings and weekends required
- Bachelor’s Degree and/or 3 years’ equivalent work experience required
- At least 3 years within the nonprofit sector or equivalent
- Strong understanding of, and commitment to, BAGLY’s mission and values
- Significant understanding of youth development, trauma- informed and harm reduction approaches to youth work
- Experience in community/coalition building, particularly with LGBTQ youth and communities of color
- Strong presentation, training, and facilitation skills
- Familiarity with program planning, implementation, evaluation and budget management
- 1-3 years of prior supervisory experience preferred
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Valid US driver’s license and/or ability to travel throughout the state
- Professional maturity
- Ability to make sound decisions/judgments and problem solve
- Able to take initiative and work independently
- Ability to develop and maintain collegial relationships
- Conflict management
- Positive attitude
- Sense of humor
- Social justice, particularly racial, gender and economic.
- Knowledge of trauma-informed approach to youth work.
- Supervision and Delegation
Applicants are expected to have the ability to work on, and understand basic technology and applications (i.e. social media, office suites, etc.) Data analysis, program development and evaluation skills are a plus.
As an employer, BAGLY offers flexible work time, a relaxed, casual work environment, paid vacation and sick time, health insurance, and 401k (unmatched).
Level of Language Proficiency
English, Spanish a plus
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
To apply please submit a cover letter, addressed to Aaron Gonzales, a resume, and writing sample via email. Please be prepared to submit references if necessary.
BAGLY is an equal opportunity employer to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, or disability in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws. People of color, transgender/non-binary people, and/or women are strongly encouraged to apply