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Director of the Green Equity Partnership

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Tipo de Emprego
Tempo Integral
Data de Início
6 de maio de 2024
Prazo para Inscrições
6 de maio de 2024
Educação
Diploma de Ensino Médio Requerido
Nível de Experiência
Diretor
Salário
USD $65.000 - $75.000 / ano

Descrição

Director—Green Equity Partnership



The new Green Equity Partnership is an incumbent/employed

worker training project targeting critical building decarbonization skills for Black and

BIPOC workers, funded by Massachusetts Clean Energy Center.



We have just started our first cycle, which includes entry HVAC and HERS Rater training. 

Classes are evenings, possibly weekends, outside

of work hours—about 8 hours per week.

The ideal candidate will be able to both administer this innovative program and provide

educational leadership for adult learning for continuing program improvement.

We are looking for a workforce development expert with experience with Black and BIPOC residents and communities

TO APPLY, please provide a resume and short cover letter

sharing your workforce development and education experience with Black and BIPOC residents and communities and your interest in helping to lead this transformative intervention.

SEND TO:        Tarshia Green-Williams, tarshia@action4equity.org

The Green Equity Partnership (GEP), led by Action for Equity, is an incumbent worker

training and advancement project serving new hires and experienced workers needing green upskilling with a focus on inclusion, meeting the needs of multiple employers and their employees, and deep skill acquisition. The GEP is a pilot demonstration project intended to build a foundation for a continuing partnership.

At this time, we are focusing on the inclusion of Black and BIPOC residents and employers in the

growing building decarbonization economy. 

While the program scale is small at this time, it is intended to create a foundation for a

continuing partnership.  We are committed to testing and improving on best practices for Black and other excluded workers and demonstrating the most effective pedagogy for BIPOC adults.

We are looking for a Director who will play a leading role in the project's success, including developing the most effective practices. The Director will report to Tarshia Green-Williams, Action for Equity’s Deputy Director. 

 Background on the work leading to the Green Equity Partnership

Since 2012, Action for Equity and our network of community partners have led the way in responding to the structural racial exclusion intentionally built into today’s labor market. 

From winning quality and access requirements at Encore/Massachusetts Gaming Commission to piloting our Community Pipeline that fills the labor market gaps in communities of color to demanding civic policies that create intentional inclusion, we have played a role in helping Black and other BIPOC residents access quality jobs.

We have documented that residents with work experience, transferable skills, and credentials are excluded from quality opportunities.  We have identified specific positions with transferable skills that need on-ramps to specific quality opportunities.

As the growth of quality climate jobs is on the horizon, Black and other BIPOC leaders need to drive the expansion of these pilots and policies so our communities are not excluded again.

Director Responsibilities:

Overall program management and administration

Coordinate with the Deputy Director and Start-up Administrator

Fundraising and funder relations

Support continuing Community Pipeline for GEP

Program evaluation: define and collect data that is needed

Supervision and management of contracted instructors to create an integrated program

Coordination with training institutions so they are part of the oversight of their instructors

Recruitment: employers, workers for upcoming cycles

Provide some foundation skill training (math, excel, communication, etc.) as capacity allows


Director Competencies

Point of view of Black experience, access, assessment of transferable skills, equity at work, commitment to listening, respect

Instructor supervision and management

Excitement at being in on doing this as well as possible

Program design, development, and evaluation

Workforce systems knowledge: assessments, program evaluation, fundraising, certification of apprenticeships

Program management systems

Contract management, including financial and program reporting and management of contractors

Pay, benefits, conditions: 

Full-time: $65,000 to $75,000 depending on

experience.  Benefits,

paid vacation. Average 37.5 hour work week.  Evening work and some weekend work are required.

Want to be part of shaping a more equitable future?  Send an email with a resume

and cover letter to Tarshia Green-Williams, tarshia@action4equity.org

Director—Green Equity Partnership



The new Green Equity Partnership is an incumbent/employed

worker training project targeting critical building decarbonization skills for Black and

BIPOC workers, funded by Massachusetts Clean…

Benefícios

Paid Vacation days, Health Insurance, Paid Holidays

Paid Vacation days, Health Insurance, Paid Holidays

Localização

Presencial
420 Washington St, Dorchester Center, MA 02124, USA
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