United Teen Equality Center Emplyment Opportunities

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Job Openings Banner June/July 2011 
Dear Friend, 

UTEC is growing and we want you to be a part of it!  We have job openings in various departments waiting for the perfect candidate. Visit our website for the full listing!  Here are our current open positions:



Do you have the passion, vision, and experience to design and lead a progressive high school for previously out-of-school youth? The United Teen Equality Center (UTEC) is looking for a qualified individual to lead UTEC’s Alternative Diploma Program (ADP), a partnership with Lowell High School. 

Click on the link above for the full description.  Please email resume and cover letter to Zenub Kakli at zkakli@utec-lowell.org.

Director of Case Management

The Director of Case Management (DCM) will provide overall strategic planning and supervision for the case management department and the Streetworker program. The case management department and Streetworker program focus on out-of-school youth between the ages of 16 and 20 of whom many are gang-involved, criminally-involved, and/or homeless. 

Click on the link above for the full description.  Please email resume and cover letter to JuanCarlos Rivera at juan@utec-lowell.org.


We’re looking for a dynamic development professional ready to step into a vibrant development team and help us grow even more. Over the past five years, UTEC’s budget has more than doubled. Today our goals are focused on sustaining that funding and further expanding and diversifying our funding sources

Click on the link above to view the full description.  Please email resume, cover letter, and 3 references to Jessica Luna at jluna@utec-lowell.org.


UTEC is now accepting applicants for the AmeriCorps program.

Click on the link above to download the application form, or contact Adam Ellsworth at aellsworth@utec-lowell.org or (978) 856-3936.


The Organizing and Political Action Director (full-time) will be responsible for the overall development and coordination of all organizing work within the United Teen Equality Center (UTEC) and will be the lead staff in coordinating a statewide coalition of youth groups called TLTW (Teens Leading the Way) focused on youth-led policymaking.
Clink on the link above to view the full description.  Please email resume and cover letter to Jessica Luna at jluna@utec-lowell.org.

Unity Place Apartments Now Taking Applications

Unity Place Apartments
New apartments are being constructed on a site at 482 Moody
Street in Lowell.

There will be 15 moderately-priced units and two
subsidized units.
There will be four 1-BR apartments priced at $725/month. One of
these units is handicapped accessible.
There will be seven 2-BR units renting for $885 and four 3-BRs
renting for $985.

All utilities are included.

There will also be two 3-
BRs subsidized.

To be eligible for the subsidized units, a family of
three must earn no more than $24,700, a family of four no more
than $27,500, a family of five no more than $29,700, or a family of
six no more than $31,900.

Applications are available between June 20 and July 1 at 517A
Moody Street in Lowell or at http://www.unityplaceapartments.com.
The office is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 AM to
5 PM, on Thursday from 3 PM to 7 PM, and on Saturday from noon
to 4 PM.

The deadline for applications is in person July 1 at 5 PM or
postmarked by that date if by mail.

The lottery will be held at 517 Moody Street on Monday July 11.
For more information, contact Donna Collins at 978-454-5595
Amenities include: energy efficient design, covered private deck,
dishwasher, off-street parking, air conditioning, elevator,
hardwood and tile floor, on site laundry, 24-hour emergency
maintenance, minutes from Rte 3 and 495 and the commuter
Income limits for the non-subsidized units are:
Family of 1 $38,520
Family of 2 $44,040
Family of 3 $49,560
Family of 4 $55,020

Employment Opportunities at US Interagency Council

Job Openings at USICH


Program and Management Analyst

USICH is looking to add a Management and Program Analyst to our team in Washington, DC. This full-time permanent employee will work with Director-level staff on special projects, project management, stakeholder communication, and more. Looking for a talented and motivated individual with experience in the area of homelessness to join our team.

View a detailed job description and apply

Graduate Student Internships

Paid graduate level internships at our Washington, DC office are available on a rolling basis, year round and open now for talented students. We have openings in a number of fields including public policy, communications, accounting and administration, and research. If you or someone you know is a graduate student in the DC metro area and is looking for great experience in an agency, please learn more about this opportunity on our website.

- View a detailed job description and apply

Employment Opportunities at Metropolitan Boston Housing Partnership

MBHP is a great place to work, offering competitive salaries, excellent benefits, and a friendly atmosphere.

To apply for any of the listings below, please send a resume and cover letter to:

Metropolitan Boston Housing Partnership
Human Resources
125 Lincoln Street, 5th Floor
Boston, MA 02111-2503

To fax: (617) 532-7517

To e-mail: hr@mbhp.org

Metropolitan Boston Housing Partnership is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to workforce diversity.

Current Listings:

Development Associate – part time

Housing Inspector

HomeBASE Front Door Manager

HomeBASE Motel Re-Housing Case Manager

HomeBASE Front Door Case Manager

Foreclosure Prevention Services at Community Teamwork, Inc.

Helping Homeowners Prevent Foreclosure
By Deborah Mullins
The Home Preservation Coalition of the Merrimack Valley (HPC) is a collaboration of six agencies of which Community Teamwork, Inc. is an active partner.

The HPC mission is to assist homeowners in resolving mortgage defaults on their debt obligations, improve their housing stability through budget counseling and when home retention is not an option, offer other solutions until the family or individual has been able to transition into new housing.
HPC counselors are HUD certified in foreclosure intervention and mediation through NeighborWorks Training Institute.

The counselors take continuing education classes from Fannie Mae, FHA and The Treasury Department and continue to stay apprised of the rapidly changing program guidelines and foreclosure laws.
There are laws and regulations in Massachusetts that protect the consumer by not allowing a company to charge an upfront fee for a mortgage modification.

Your lender, legislators and regulators suggest using the free service of a HUD Counseling Agency. Find out more by watching a short video from Attorney General Martha Coakley at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zakL98-McEE&feature=player_embedded#at=12. Visit http://www.ma.gov/ago or call 617-727-8400.

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Employment Opportunities at Lowell Community Health Center


586 Merrimack St.    Lowell, MA  01854

Fax: (978) 937-1628


Website: www.lchealth.org

June 2011



  • 1 Family Practice with OB (Warren)
  • 1 Internal Medicine
  • OB-GYN
  • Adult Psychiatrist –  Warren / METTA



Behavioral Health Services

Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurse – Full or Part time positions available. These positions will provide services at two of LCHC locations.

  • ·         Lowell Community Health Center’s Metta Health Center (LCHC-MHC) offers unique opportunity for cross-cultural practice providing psychiatric treatment to Lowell’s SE Asian population, primarily Cambodians, along with several emerging refugee communities. Majority of clients are refugee/immigrant survivors of torture/political trauma. LCHC-MHC provides integrated mental health and primary care services within collaborative team environment. Care team includes psychiatrist, clinicians, bicultural workers, and case manager integrated with full primary care team. LCHC-MHC is recognized nationally for program excellence and receives funding from the UN Voluntary Fund for Victims of Torture and the Office of Refugee Resettlement. Experience in cross cultural and adult mental health preferred. 
  • LCHC is also, seeking a qualified candidate in a very busy outpatient setting that works collaboratively with primary medical care providers. Supported by a behavioral health team of clinicians and a strong administrative support staff, this candidate will provide psychiatric evaluations and medication follow-up visits. Experience with dually-diagnosed populations required. Competitive salary. Excellent benefits possible depending on hours. 

*This position may be considered two part-time opportunities or a combined full-time position.


Adult Psychiatrist – Lowell Community Health Center is seeking a Full or Part  time psychiatrist to provide psychiatric assessments and medication follow up visits in its busy outpatient department. Experience with dually-diagnosed populations is required.  This position may include some hours at our Metta Health Center location.  Lowell Community Health Center’s Metta Health Center (LCHC-MHC) offers unique opportunity for cross-cultural practice providing psychiatric treatment to Lowell’s SE Asian population, primarily Cambodians, along with several emerging refugee communities. Majority of clients are refugee/immigrant survivors of torture/political trauma. Competitive salary. Excellent benefits possible depending on hours. Continue reading

Employment Opportunities at Community Teamwork, Inc

Open Until 6/29/11
Open Until 6/21/11
Non-Exempt 40hrs.
Open Until 6/9/11
$15.00 – $16.50/hr.
Open Until 6/9/11
$15.00 – $16.00/hr.
Non-Exempt 40hrs.
Open Unitl 6/11/11

Community Based Housing Available @ The Lynn Home for Women

The Lynn Home for Women is currently accepting applications for their newly renovated building.  At present occupancy is restricted to women only.

They have 2 studio  units and 2 SRO units with a shared bath.

All are accessible.

 Section 8 voucher is accepted if the consumer has an existing voucher and they will also have several project based vouchers.

Located at 144 Broad Street in Lynn, close to transportation and shopping.

To obtain an application please call Lisa Connolly at 781-592-2037.

The Wish Project & Our Hidden Homeless

On Sunday – June 5, the Lowell Sun had a great article, entitled the Hidden Hungry highlighting the challenges that our emergency motel families face every day. Thank goodness for organizations such as The Wish Project which provides the vital necessities for our families entering the emergency motel/shelter system. Many thanks to Hiroko Soto for putting the spotlight on our families!

You can read the full article here!

For more on The Wish Project, click here..

USICH Seeking Management & Program Analyst

Management and Program Analyst

Location: Federal Center SW, Washington, DC

Start Date/Duration: Open until filled, permanent full-time

Salary:  Full-time salary with federal government benefits, commensurate with experience.

Description of Responsibilities:

The mission of the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH) is to coordinate the Federal response on
homelessness and to create a national partnership at every level of government and with the private sector to reduce and end homelessness in the nation while maximizing the effectiveness of the Federal Government in contributing to the end of homelessness. Currently USICH is implementing the first-ever Federal Strategic Plan to Prevent and End homelessness as the Administration’s response to this important issue. USICH is comprised of 19 federal agencies and entities, and currently chaired by Department of Labor Secretary Hilda Solis.

USICH is seeking a Management and Program Analyst to provide direct support to Director-level staff across the Agency and the Executive Director in support of this mission. The following are the Management and Program Analyst’s major responsibilities

  • Administers, implements, coordinates, and/or oversees a variety of complex management programs, projects and/or processes.
  • Serves as a liaison to Council Member agencies, and other stakeholders.
  • May coordinate other staff in the performance of various tasks.
  • Undertakes or participates in special projects, ongoing analyses, investigations and initiatives that have high priority for high-level management. This may involve producing complex analyses and written reports, organizing and participating in special committees, workshops, or other gatherings.
  • Participates in meetings and other forums with various levels of internal staff, Council member agency staff, and various other stakeholders in carrying out work assignments.
  • Serves as a focal point for issues affecting and impacting assigned areas.
  • Manages data, databases and other informational systems to perform and support work. Reports out in various capacities on the content of these informational systems.
  • Collaborates inside and outside of the Agency on a variety of work products, processes and projects.
  • Responds to requests for information from stakeholders and from within the organization in regards to the work of the Agency.
  • Manages the processes and content to support a variety of meetings, conferences, and other dialogues that support the work the Agency.
  • Takes initiative to anticipate issues, resolve conflict among multiple priorities, and implement effective solutions to prevent problems that might impact timelines and deliverables.
  • Ensures that project work is completed according to project guidelines and manages resources to ensure successful project completion (e.g., budget, staff resources, timeline).
  • Monitors the progress of projects, programs and/or plans and makes adjustments as needed.
  • Sets goals and establishes priorities.
  • Other special projects and duties, as assigned. Continue reading