Bravo Pharmacy, an independently-owned pharmacy on Washington Street in the Egleston Square Main Street district, is looking for two (2) delivery drivers to join the new platform. Each will get about 30 hours per week. We would ideally like to find someone through local networks, people who are trustworthy and can grow with us.
Please call or email Dmitry with any questions: 617-319-3638 / Contact@MyBravoRx.com
Drawdown Brewing Company is a local focused, malt forward, innovative brewery with core offerings in proven styles, in addition to creative small batch brews. They will open their new taproom later this summer on Washington Street in the Egleston Square Main Street district pending permit approvals.
Drawdown are hiring Taproom Staff and Cellarman/ Assistant Brewer positions. They are prioritizing local applicants from Egleston Square and the neighborhoods of Roxbury and Jamaica Plain. If you or someone you know may be interested, or you are an organization who can share this information with the local community, contact Liz Nicol at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bikes Not Bombs
The Deputy Director will primarily be charged with improving Bike Shop profitability, growing its overall annual revenue, expanding its role as a social enterprise, and creating new job opportunities for Black and other marginalized youth in Boston. Additionally, this is an exceptional opportunity for a collaborative, driven, and inclusive leader with a proven track record of business management, financial oversight, creative problem-solving and change management to join in a growing high-impact, well-respected, mission-driven organization.
Reporting to and working closely as a partner with the Executive Director (ED), the Deputy Director will directly supervise up to a four-person team (Director of Bike Shop and Training Center, Bookkeeper/HR Coordinator, the Payroll Specialist, and CFO/Financial Consultant). Full-time, 40 hours/week.
Bikes Not Bombs (BNB) is seeking a full-time (40 hours weekly) Bike Donation & Operations Coordinator. The person filling this position will be a critical member of the Bike Shop team. The Bike Donation & Operations Coordinator co-leads our weekly Volunteer Night and seasonal container loadings. This position also plays a major role in managing facilities and facilitating the sorting, processing, and storing of all bicycles; inventory management for all bike (parts, apparel, and accessory) donations; and training and supporting youth and volunteers based at Bikes Not Bombs.
Bikes Not Bombs is seeking full-time Repair & Refurbish Mechanics to work in our organization’s flagship social enterprise, the Bikes Not Bombs Bike Shop and Vocational Training Center.
Primary duties include executing repairs and rebuilds of customer-owned bicycles; refurbishing donated bicycles for sale; assisting operations with sorting, refurbishing, and processing donated bicycles, components, and accessories; mentoring and modeling professionalism for apprentices; training other staff, volunteers, and youth in bicycle mechanics; and assisting sales team members with the correct estimation of repair quotes.
826 Boston seeks a dynamic and experienced educator to serve as the Out-of-School Time (OOST) Tutoring Manager. The OOST Tutoring Manager will bring a strong command of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) principles and approaches to the work while also building on the current strengths of the OOST Team, including engaging students in meaningful writing opportunities, supporting students’ social emotional development, and promoting educational equity by facilitating individualized and subject-specific support.
The manager will also take on the Out-of-School Time Team’s next big challenges, including increasing student enrollment in After-School and Evening Tutoring and supporting volunteers in building and integrating DEI principles and tutoring best practices so students feel engaged and empowered, gain confidence in academics, reading, and writing, and are safe, welcomed, and celebrated in our spaces.
826 Boston seeks a dynamic and experienced nonprofit professional to serve as the Senior Manager of Volunteer and Community Engagement. We are seeking a candidate with a strong command of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) principles and approaches, who can build on the current strengths of the Volunteer and Community Engagement Team – robust training and support that center DEI principles, collaborative partnerships, and creating a culture of joy and connection through writing.
The Senior Manager will lead the Volunteer and Community Engagement Team through a period of redesign, and will be in charge of managing a brand new team of 2-3 direct reports. Under the Senior Manager’s direction, the Volunteer and Community Engagement Team will cultivate and steward new and existing partnerships to increase the number of the individual volunteers that foster learning spaces that are student-centered, strengths-based, and promote inclusivity for the identities, experiences, and voices of LGBTQ+, Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), and neurodiverse students.