We’re hiring!

Update January 2023: These positions have been filled. 

CEOC is hiring! Are you interested in getting involved in community-based anti-poverty work? If so, check out these positions.

We’re hiring for a range of different programs and experience levels. If you’re interested in applying, please submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@ceoccambridge.org and let us know which job you are applying to. Applications will remain open until filled.

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Job Descriptions:

Full Time Project Specialist: In early 2023the City of Cambridge will launch the first non-lottery cash assistance program in the country, Rise Up Cambridge. The program is a $22 million dollar commitment from the City of Cambridge and Mayor Sumbul Siddiqui, managed in partnership with the Cambridge Community Foundation. It will provide direct cash to all Cambridge households earning at or below 250% of the Federal Poverty Level, with children under 21 years of age. Rise Up Cambridge, funded with ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) funds, will enable over 2000 Cambridge households to receive $500 per month for eighteen months, with no strings attached. CEOC is seeking a motivated individual to serve as the Full-Time Project Specialist for Rise Up Cambridge. Bilingual/bicultural strongly preferred. The Project Specialist will report directly to the Cambridge RISE Project Director. This is a two-year grant funded position. More details here.

Part Time Participant Liaison: CEOC is seeking a part time participant liaison for the Rise Up Cambridge program (described above). This individual will serve as the primary point of contact for potential participants and recipients to provide accurate and updated information through 1-1 relationships and produced materials. Bilingual/bicultural strongly preferred. The Project Specialist will report directly to the Cambridge RISE Project Director. This position is limited term (January-April 2023) and part time. More details here.

Program Assistant: CEOC is seeking a Program Assistant, reporting to the Director of Programs and Public Policy. The Program Assistant will assist with all administrative duties in support of CEOC’s programs, outreach efforts, and mission. The ideal candidate is detail oriented, flexible, a team player, and committed to CEOC’s mission. We’re seeking applicants from all backgrounds to ensure we get the best, most creative talent on our team. Bilingual/bicultural strongly preferred. More details here.

Community Educator/Financial Coach: CEOC’s Financial Education and Coaching Department is seeking a Community Educator/Financial Coach. This person will be responsible for providing individual financial education and coaching to youth and adults, as well as tax preparation services and FAFSA completion. The position will also involve developing and refining financial education curricula. The ideal candidate has experience in financial capability and/or college access. Bilingual strongly preferred. More details here.

Case Management/Hoarding Specialist: CEOC’s Housing Assistance Department is seeking a Case Management/Hoarding Specialist to join the team. This person will be responsible for conducting intakes and assessments for participants with hoarding issues to determine the appropriate intervention and housing stabilization plan. The job requires ongoing home visits focused on hands-on sorting/discarding, reducing clutter and/or addressing severe squalor and sanitation concerns in the home, as well as regular follow-up home visits to support continued success. This position also entails tenant advocacy, assistance with public benefits applications, and other duties that are relevant to the work of the Department, the agency, and the community. Bilingual required. More details here.