Career Opportunities

West End House is a mission-driven organization committed to inspiring and enabling young people from all backgrounds to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens. West End House staff identify as passionate and innovative youth development professionals. They view their work as more than just a job. They are driven by equity and inclusion to build meaningful relationships with young people. Each staff member lends a valuable set of talents and expertise that supports youth and the entire organization each day. Professional development opportunities are created and made available to ensure that all staff members are continuously challenged and growing in their roles.

West End House offers a generous benefits package for full-time staff members that includes competitive salary; paid vacation, holiday, and sick days; health and dental coverage; life, short-term and long-term disability insurance; voluntary 403b participation; and a pension contribution upon eligibility.

Development Operations Coordinator

Music Clubhouse Coordinator

Corporate and Foundation Relations Associate

Academic Success Coordinator

Music Instructor for Special Needs

High school students seeking part-time employment opportunities in our Peer Leader Program can apply here. Please submit your completed application to our Career Development and Employment Specialist Carleen Colin. If you have additional questions, please feel free to email ccolin@westendhouse.org.


Development Operations Coordinator

WORKING AT THE WEST END HOUSE

West End House staff identify as passionate and innovative youth development professionals. They view their work as more than just a job. They are driven by equity and inclusion to build meaningful relationships with young people. Each staff member lends a valuable set of talents and expertise that supports youth and the entire organization each day. Professional development opportunities are created and made available to ensure that all staff members are continuously challenged and growing in their roles. Staff also have access to fitness center, pool, and daily meals.

POSITION SUMMARY

West End House seeks a detail-oriented individual with strong organizational skills to serve as the full-time Development Operations Coordinator. This individual will report to the Chief Development Officer and work closely with the Development Team and CEO, and will be responsible for key development functions including database management, donation processing, events, communications, and administrative support.

Database Ownership

  • Maintain the fundraising database (Raisers Edge), ensuring that all information is entered according to protocol, updated, and accurate.

Donation Processing & Stewardship

  • Enter all gifts into donor database with accurate information on donor intent, purpose, etc.
  • Draft thank you notes to be signed by CEO and mailed within 24-48 hours after receipt of gift.
  • Reconcile all contributions with finance department.
  • Manage all in-kind contributions and coordinate distribution of gifts.
  • Notify Development Team and CEO of all gifts made by Board of Directors, Board of Advisors, and donors whose annual giving is greater than $1,000 within 24 hours of donation.

Event Management

  • Provide critical support in managing details related to our Annual Celebration in the spring (West End House’s largest fundraising event), including maintaining the event schedule, communicating with all staff regarding upcoming deadlines, and keeping track of all event details.
  • Manage and maintain all vendor relationships (graphic designer, printer, caterer, event production, photographer, valet, etc.) leading up to and during the night of the event.
  • Maintain and monitor event budget
  • Provide support in managing other annual friendraiser and program-related events including: Commercial Real Estate Event, Boston Marathon (via John Hancock Nonprofit Program);
    Light of Dawnn, Biggest Fun Ever, as well as other events as needed.
  • Manage all logistics of event committee meetings and calls, including scheduling, preparing materials, setting up room, coordinating food for meetings, etc.

Communications (Print & Online)

  • Manage production process and schedule for annual appeal, mailed to 3,000+ constituents in October/November.
  • Update website; ensure that all posts are accurate, timely, and integrated.
  • Manage production process and schedule for newsletters.
  • Maintain and prepare all marketing collateral in easily accessible folders for use in meetings with external constituents (donors, partners, etc.).

Relationship Building

  • Connect with and build relationships with all West End House stakeholders including staff, Board members, Advisors, volunteers, donors, alumni, and members.

 Administrative Support

  • Assist in the logistics of donor site visits, monthly board meetings, and other events or meetings that require significant planning and execution.
  • Maintain copies of all gift records in accordance with audit procedures and protocol.
  • Maintain documents on server related to all development functions.
  • Provide administrative support to the CEO and the Development Team (scheduling, filing, drafting correspondence, etc.).

 GENERAL EXPECTATIONS

  • Strength Based Relationship Building – West End House uses a strength based approach tobuild relationships that endure and contribute to positive outcomes for our young people. Staff focus on the assets of our young people, rather than the deficits, to support continuous growth;
  • Innovation – West End Houseprides itself on creating and offering innovative and responsive programs. Staff members are expected to think outside the box, proactively problem solve, and be courageous in their daily work;
  • Curiosity –West End Housestaff are enthusiastic to learn. They participate in personal and professional opportunities designed to challenge and expand to their knowledge base. They are encouraged to seek out learning experiences and actively participate in their own development;
  • Data Informed– Assessing our impact is critical to insuring the best outcomes for our program participants.  Our staff is expected to use data to inform current program content and future program development, ensuring our offerings meet the needs AND interest of our young people;
  • Healthy Environment– Teaching our members the importance of living an active, healthy lifestyle is a priority. As such, our staff is expected to model healthy behavior while working with our young people;

 CHARACTERISTICS & QUALIFICATIONS

  • Deep appreciation for organization’s mission for serving youth.
  • Extreme attention to detail and a passion for accuracy with the ability to achieve results.
  • Superior organizational skills.
  • Ability to successfully manage and execute multiple projects at one time.
  • Ability to take directions well.
  • Ability to build relationships with all levels of management, volunteers, and donors in a professional manner.
  • Self-starter who has the ability to work both independently as well as in a team environment.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Raisers Edge experience a plus.
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred, with 1-2 years of experience in related field

 SALARY AND BENEFITS

Salary: $42,000-$46,000 depending on experience; our comprehensive benefits are designed to enhance all aspects of our employees’ lives: physical health, financial security, general well-being and professional development. Our package for full-time staff members includes paid vacation, holiday, and sick days; health and dental coverage; life, short-term and long-term disability insurance; voluntary 403b participation; and a pension contribution upon eligibility.

West End House is an independent Boys and Girls Club in the City of Boston that has been transforming the lives of immigrant and urban youth since its founding in 1906. Our mission is to inspire and enable young people, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds, to realize their potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. Located in the Allston neighborhood of Boston, West End House operates six days a week in its 42,000 square foot facility and has a $3.8 M annual budget. We have 28 full-time staff who deliver a broad scope of programming for 1,700 members between the ages of 7 and 24 including 250 college age West End House Alumni in four core areas: leadership and life skills; academic support and college preparation; sports, fitness and nutrition; and visual and performing arts.

West End House is an equal -opportunity employer and encourages individuals from diverse backgrounds to apply.

CANDIDATES SHOULD EMAIL A LETTER OF INTEREST AND RESUME TO:
Rudy Ash, Chief Development Officer, rudy.ash@westendhouse.org

MUSIC CLUBHOUSE COORDINATOR

WORKING AT THE WEST END HOUSE

West End House staff identify as passionate and innovative youth development professionals. Each staff member lends a valuable set of talents and expertise that supports youth and the entire organization each day. Professional development opportunities are created and made available to ensure that all staff members are continuously challenged and growing in their roles. Staff also have access to fitness center, pool, and daily meals.

 POSITION SUMMARY 

The mission of The Music Clubhouse is to give youth, primarily between the ages of 10-18, the opportunity to build self-confidence and interpersonal skills by learning how to play, perform, compose, and record music. The Music Clubhouse Coordinator will engage youth in high-quality programming and advance dedicated members to increasing levels of artistic skill.  The ideal candidate will be a skilled musician (with music production knowledge) and educator with a proven track record in youth development programs in an urban setting. The Music Clubhouse Coordinator will relate to a culturally diverse group of teens and pre -teens as an instructor and mentor and be able to manage projects independently in a fast-paced environment. They will be fully committed to the success of the music program while also sharing responsibility for club wide programs critical to the organization’s overall success.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Create, revise, and implement program curriculum in collaboration with Sr. Director of Visual and Performing Arts.
  • Facilitate music instructional activities including music studio and production to all West End House members of various levels of experience.
  • Create and implement regular showcase opportunities for Music Clubhouse youth and coach youth to perform with confidence.
  • Attract and recruit new participants within WEH programs and in the broader community
  • Serve as primary liaison with Berklee College of Music.
  • Supervise Berklee work study students, Teen employees, and volunteers
  • Maintain system of assessment to ensure advancement of skill level and youth portfolio completion.
  • Administrative duties as needed.

 GENERAL EXPECTATIONS

  • Strength Based Relationship Building – The WEH uses a strength based approach to build relationships that endure and contribute to positive outcomes for our young people. Staff focus on the assets of our young people, rather than the deficits, to support continuous growth;
  • Innovation – WEH prides itself on creating and offering innovative and responsive programs. Staff members are expected to think outside the box, proactively problem solve, and be courageous in their daily work;
  •  Curiosity –WEH staff are enthusiastic to learn. They participate in personal and professional opportunities designed to challenge and expand to their knowledge base. They are encouraged to seek out learning experiences and actively participate in their own development;
  • Data Informed - Assessing our impact is critical to insuring the best outcomes for our program participants.  Our staff is expected to use data to inform current program content and future program development, ensuring our offerings meet the needs AND interest of our young people;
  • Healthy Environment – Teaching our members the importance of living an active, healthy lifestyle is a priority. As such, our staff is expected to model healthy behavior while working with our young people;

 CHARACTERISTICS

  • “Hands-On” mentality – candidate must work directly with kids and families.
  • Relentless and proactively reaches out to youth, can see a youth succeeding even when the youth cannot see it her/himself
  • Strong group facilitation skills balancing youth needs and interests.
  • Ability to relate to culturally diverse group of youth as an instructor and mentor.
  • Thrives in a collaborative and fast-paced environment; works hours as program and youth needs arise
  • Witty with a fun sense of humor

QUALIFICATIONS 

  • A minimum of 2 years of music teaching experience.  High school graduate required, Bachelor’s Degree in a music related major a plus.
  • Knowledge of music production and current music trends and proficient in music fundamentals,
  • The ideal candidate plays at least two instruments at an intermediate level (guitar, bass, drum set, piano, or vocals), and competent at directing an ensemble and/or prepare groups for high-production value performances/projects
  • Creative self-starter with a demonstrated ability to work through obstacles and make decisions in the moment.
  • Ability to relate to culturally diverse group of youth as an instructor and mentor. Experience working in multicultural environments, bi-lingual (English/Spanish) a strong plus.
  • Excellent overall professionalism (punctual, organized, and detail orientated)
  • Experience with innovative methods to contact and develop relationships with youth
  • Strong classroom management and program facilitation skills
  • Demonstrated knowledge of youth development
  • Valid Massachusetts driver’s license preferred.

SALARY AND BENEFITS

Our comprehensive benefits are designed to enhance all aspects of our employees’ lives: physical health, financial security, general well-being and professional development. Our package for full-time staff members that includes competitive salary; paid vacation, holiday, and sick days; health and dental coverage; life, short-term and long-term disability insurance; voluntary 403b participation; and a pension contribution upon eligibility.

The West End House Boys & Girls Club (WEH) is an independent Boys and Girls Club in the City of Boston that has been transforming the lives of immigrant and urban youth since its founding in 1906. Our mission is to inspire and enable young people, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds, to realize their potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. Located in the Allston neighborhood of Boston, the WEH operates six days a week in its 43,000 square foot facility and has a $3.6 M annual budget. Twenty eight full-time staff deliver a broad scope of programming for 1,500 members between the ages of 7 and 20 in four core areas: leadership and life skills; academic support and college preparation; sports, fitness and nutrition; and visual and performing arts.

The West End House Girls & Boys Club is an equal -opportunity employer and encourages individuals from diverse backgrounds to apply.  Please send letter of interest and resume to Nadine Martinez, nmartinez@westendhouse.org Sr. Director of Visual and Performing Arts.

CORPORATE AND FOUNDATION RELATIONS ASSOCIATE

WORKING AT THE WEST END HOUSE

West End House staff identify as passionate and innovative youth development professionals. Each staff member lends a valuable set of talents and expertise that supports youth and the entire organization each day. Professional development opportunities are created and made available to ensure that all staff members are continuously challenged and growing in their roles. Staff also have access to fitness center, pool, and daily meals.

POSITION SUMMARY
West End House seeks an individual who has excellent relationship-building skills, exceptional writing skills, and is deadline driven and detail-oriented to serve as the full-time Corporate and Foundation Relations Associate.

The Associate will build trust and rapport with program staff to gather information, data, and stories in order to craft compelling grant proposals (~50-75 annually) and reports (~35 annually) that inspire investments in West End House. The Associate will have a strong desire to be part of a collaborative team driving positive outcomes for young people. Qualified candidates will be able to demonstrate how they can effectively partner with program staff whose top priority is building relationships with young people, balancing program staff’s limited time and availability with pressing deadlines.

The Associate will also build relationships with program officers and corporate giving leaders. In addition, this position will generate creative content to be used for marketing and communications including our website, newsletter, mail and email solicitations. This individual will report to the Chief Development Officer and work closely with the development team.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Relationship Building

  • Work closely and collaboratively with program staff to ensure alignment of goals, objectives and evaluation outcomes for all grant proposals and reports;

Grant Writing

  • Draft compelling proposals, letters, and reports for up to 100 funders + prospects annually;
  • Analyze and present quantitative and qualitative data in an authentic and compelling way
  • Assemble and submit grant requests, including letters, proposals, budgets, and presentations;
  • Stay informed on latest data, trends, and news that strengthens our case for support and positions West End House as a leader in our field.

Grants Management

  • Maintain grants calendar, track and meet all deadlines and organize task schedule;
  • Track proposal progress using fundraising database;
  • Perform ongoing prospect research/outreach to identify and solicit new grant prospects.

Institutional Giving Strategy

  • Cultivate and steward corporate and foundation donors and prospects;
  • Develop, test, and implement strategies to increase giving from corporate and foundation donors annually;
  • Work with the development team to implement a comprehensive fundraising strategy.

Communications

  • Draft inspiring stories for newsletter, website, and other communications and marketing materials as needed;
  • Interview youth, alumni, staff, board members, volunteers, and other external key stakeholders to greatly enhance marketing and communications materials.

GENERAL EXPECTATIONS

  • Strength Based Relationship Building – West End House uses a strength based approach to build relationships that endure and contribute to positive outcomes for our young people. Staff focus on the assets of our young people, rather than the deficits, to support continuous growth;
  • Innovation – West End House prides itself on creating and offering innovative and responsive programs. Staff members are expected to think outside the box, proactively problem solve, and be courageous in their daily work;
  • Curiosity – West End House staff are enthusiastic to learn. They participate in personal and professional opportunities designed to challenge and expand to their knowledge base. They are encouraged to seek out learning experiences and actively participate in their own development;
  • Data Informed – Assessing our impact is critical to insuring the best outcomes for our program participants. Our staff is expected to use data to inform current program content and future program development, ensuring our offerings meet the needs AND interest of our young people;
  • Healthy Environment – Teaching our members the importance of living an active, healthy lifestyle is a priority. As such, our staff is expected to model healthy behavior while working with our young people;

KEY QUALIFICATIONS & CHARACTERISTICS

  • Deep appreciation for organization’s mission for serving youth.
  • Ability to build relationships with all levels of management, program staff, members, alumni, volunteers, and donors in a professional manner.
  • Deadline driven.
  • Ability to take feedback and directions well.
  • Exceptional communication skills (written and oral) and storytelling ability.
  • Extreme attention to detail and a passion for accuracy with the ability to achieve results.
  • Superior organizational skills.
  • Ability to successfully manage and execute multiple projects at one time.
  • Self-starter who has the ability to work both independently as well as in a team environment.
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred, with 1-2 years of experience in related field

SALARY AND BENEFITS
Salary: $48,000-$52,000 depending on experience; our comprehensive benefits are designed to enhance all aspects of our employees’ lives: physical health, financial security, general well-being and professional development. Our package for full-time staff members includes paid vacation, holiday, and sick days; health and dental coverage; life, short-term and long-term disability insurance; voluntary 403b participation; and a pension contribution upon eligibility.

West End House is an independent Boys & Girls Club in the City of Boston that has been transforming the lives of immigrant and urban youth since its founding in 1906. Our mission is to inspire and enable young people, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds, to realize their potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. Located in the Allston neighborhood of Boston, West End House operates six days a week in its 42,000 square foot facility and has a $3.8 M annual budget. We have 28 full-time staff who deliver a broad scope of programming for 1,700 members between the ages of 7 and 24 including 250 college age West End House alumni in four core areas: leadership and life skills; academic support and college preparation; sports, fitness and nutrition; and visual and performing arts.

West End House is an equal -opportunity employer and encourages individuals from diverse backgrounds to apply.

CANDIDATES SHOULD EMAIL A LETTER OF INTEREST AND RESUME TO:
Rudy Ash, Chief Development Officer, rudy.ash@westendhouse.org

ACADEMIC SUCCESS COORDINATOR

WORKING AT THE WEST END HOUSE

West End House staff identify as passionate and innovative youth development professionals. Each staff member lends a valuable set of talents and expertise that supports youth and the entire organization each day. Professional development opportunities are created and made available to ensure that all staff members are continuously challenged and growing in their roles. Staff also have access to fitness center, pool, and daily meals.

POSITION SUMMARY

The Academic Success Coordinator will facilitate educational programs for elementary and middle school youth, focusing on hands on, interactive experiences that infuse career interest and competency toward career and character skills. The ideal candidate will have passionate for learning and fun. They will deliver innovative programs for underserved audiences to increase science awareness and that engage learners of all ages. They would also share in a variety of responsibilities in our daily operation to ensure a successful, overarching program.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Run enrichment programs and academic interventions for 150 elementary age youth annually.
  • Implement creative academic programs that support student school learning and further develop 21st century skills and vital social-emotional skills
  • Work in collaboration with the Director of Academic Success to collect report cards, assist with literacy programs and manage student interventions
  • Plan and execute technology/STEM programs and activities for students in elementary and middle school during afterschool and summer hours.
  • Collaborate with West End House staff and outside partners to create maker related programming and develop a West End House Maker Space as a resource for STEM programming.
  • Assist in the research and development of innovative “maker space” activities and maintain all WEH materials, tools and equipment including hardware and software
  • Serve as both an advocate for and coordinator of the WEH STEM program in working to develop relationships with community partners (museums, libraries, corporations, schools, etc.), coordinate field trips, volunteer engagement opportunities, curriculum partnerships, etc.
  • Maintain and submit all record keeping including, but not limited to, member enrollment and participation in programming, attendance reports, curriculum plans, etc.

GENERAL EXPECTATIONS

  • Strength Based Relationship Building – The WEH uses a strength based approach to build relationships that endure and contribute to positive outcomes for our young people. Staff focus on the assets of our young people, rather than the deficits, to support continuous growth;
  •  Innovation – WEH prides itself on creating and offering innovative and responsive programs. Staff members are expected to think outside the box, proactively problem solve, and be courageous in their daily work;
  •  Curiosity –WEH staff are enthusiastic to learn. They participate in personal and professional opportunities designed to challenge and expand to their knowledge base. They are encouraged to seek out learning experiences and actively participate in their own development;
  • Data Informed – Assessing our impact is critical to insuring the best outcomes for our program participants.  Our staff is expected to use data to inform current program content and future program development, ensuring our offerings meet the needs AND interest of our young people;
  • Healthy Environment – Teaching our members the importance of living an active, healthy lifestyle is a priority. As such, our staff is expected to model healthy behavior while working with our young people;

CHARACTERISTICS

  • “Hands-On” mentality – candidate must work directly with kids and families.
  • Relentless and proactively reaches out to youth, can see a youth succeeding even when the youth cannot see it her/himself
  • Strong group facilitation skills balancing youth needs and interests.
  • Ability to relate to culturally diverse group of youth as an instructor and mentor.
  • Thrives in a collaborative and fast-paced environment; works hours as program and youth needs arise
  • Witty with a fun sense of humor

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • 2+ years’ experience in teaching urban youth or in youth development; preferably in multicultural environment
  • Familiar with content in STEM, technology, and maker spaces.
  • Ability to work comfortably with a hands on approach, in study groups, workshops, or enrichment activities, with a diverse group of teens
  • Experience with innovative methods to contact and develop relationships with youth
  • Strong classroom management and program facilitation skills
  • Demonstrated knowledge of youth development
  • Experience working in multicultural environments, bi-lingual (English/Spanish) a strong plus.
  • Valid Massachusetts driver’s license preferred.

SALARY AND BENEFITS

Our comprehensive benefits are designed to enhance all aspects of our employees’ lives: physical health, financial security, general well-being and professional development. Our package for full-time staff members that includes competitive salary; paid vacation, holiday, and sick days; health and dental coverage; life, short-term and long-term disability insurance; voluntary 403b participation; and a pension contribution upon eligibility.

The West End House Boys & Girls Club (WEH) is an independent Boys and Girls Club in the City of Boston that has been transforming the lives of immigrant and urban youth since its founding in 1906. Our mission is to inspire and enable young people, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds, to realize their potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. Located in the Allston neighborhood of Boston, the WEH operates five days a week in its 43,000 square foot facility and has a $3.8 M annual budget. Twenty six full-time staff deliver a broad scope of programming for 1,700 members between the ages of 7 and 24 in four core areas: leadership and life skills; academic support and college preparation; sports, fitness and nutrition; and visual and performing arts.

The West End House Girls & Boys Club is an equal -opportunity employer and encourages individuals from diverse backgrounds to apply.

Please send letter of interest and resume to Elle Davis, Director of Academic Support, e.sdavis@westendhouse.org.

Music Instructor for Special Needs

Pilot Program: Music and Expressive Arts for Special Needs Youth

Job Description: The West End House (WEH) is an independent Boys & Girls Club in the City of Boston that has been transforming the lives of immigrant and urban youth since its founding in 1906. Our mission is to inspire and enable youth, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.

Pilot Description: Our trailblazing Music and Expressive Arts initiative will address the unique needs of special needs youth. This group includes but is not limited to youth who are on the autism spectrum, receive Individual Education Plans at school, or face physical challenges. This pilot program will run on Saturdays for 32 weeks. Start date February 22, 2020.

Youth in the program will participate in sequential learning as they advance their musical and artistic skills. The program will culminate in a performance/sharing in the final week of the program. The ideal candidate must be dependable, culturally competent, data driven, open to fulfill duties beyond job description, and passionate about inclusion. We are looking for a candidate that is able to connect with youth with special needs from under resourced and urban community. Also, that knows how to play guitar and/or piano, basic percussion, and sing.

GENERAL EXPECTATIONS

  • Strength Based Relationship Building – The WEH uses a strength based approach to build relationships that endure and contribute to positive outcomes for our young people. Staff focus on the assets of our young people, rather than deficits, to support continuous growth
  • Innovation – WEH prides itself on creating and offering innovative and responsive programs. Staff members are expected to think outside the box, proactively problem solve, and be courageous in their daily work;
  • Curiosity –WEH staff are enthusiastic to learn. They participate in personal and professional opportunities designed to challenge and expand their knowledge base. They are encouraged to seek out learning experiences and actively participate in their own development;
  • Data Informed – Assessing our impact is critical to ensuring the best outcomes for our program participants. Our staff are expected to use data to inform current program content and future program development, ensuring our offerings meet the needs AND interests of our young people;
  • H ealthy Environment – Teaching our members the importance of living an active, healthy lifestyle is a priority. As such, our staff are expected to model healthy behavior while working with our young people;
  • Safety – WEH values our youth focused, friendly environment. Every staff member shares the responsibility for insuring the WEH is, and remains, a safe and nurturing environment for every young person who comes through our

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Plan and provide appropriate music lessons
  • Manage weekly classes and rehearsals
  • Actively participate in music sessions and encourage special needs youth to do the same
  • Explore a variety of musical styles and sounds with special needs youth through singing, percussion, ethnic instruments and improvisation
  • Maintain attendance, records, and document progress
  • Organize and prep youth to perform in a public setting twice during the program

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Experience leading a musical ensemble for special needs Minimum of one year experience leading music lessons and group activities.
  • Skilled in at least one instrument at an advanced level and demonstrated ability to teach entry-level
  • Strong knowledge of music theory and ability to teach basic concepts to
  • Organizational skills
  • Knowledge of music/performance production a
  • Bi-lingual Spanish or Portuguese proficiency

HOURS & COMPENSATION

  • Saturdays from 10:00am-2:00pm, week days availability for meetings, presentations, and/or facilitation when needed
  • $30.00 per hour, max 5 hours a week

The West End House Girls & Boys Club is an equal -opportunity employer and encourages individuals from diverse backgrounds to apply. Please email letters of interest and resume to Nadine Martinez, nmartinez@westendhouse.org