Job Bank

  • Anti-Defamation League: Regional Coordinator (04/2021)
  • Brookwood Financial Partners, LLC: Sales Assistant, Institutional Sales & Marketing (05/2021)
  • Cotting School: Chief Financial Officer (01/2022)
  • ESC: Associate Director, Consulting and Catalyst Program (12/2021)
  • Indian Hill Music: Director of Finance & Administration (08/2021)
  • IntervalZero: Vice President of Engineering (07/2021) 
  • JVS: Controller (08/2021)
  • JVS: Senior Director of Career Center Operations (08/2021)
  • JVS: Vice President of People and Culture (07/2022)
  • Korn-Ferry: Deputy Chief Credit Officer: crypto position
  • Massachusetts IOLTA (Interest on Lawyers Trust Accounts) Committee: Executive Director (06/2021)
  • Mate Fertility: Chief Operating Officer (7/12/2022)
  • Milestone Business Advisors: Chief Marketing Officer (3/2022)22)
  • Paige Academy: Head of School (5/2022)
  • Rave Mobile Safety: VP, Human Resources (06/2021)
  • 2Life Communities (formerly JCHE): SeniorDirector ofTalent and Culture (July 12, 2022)
  • WHOI: Chief People Officer (07/2022)
  • Yale University: Corporate Strategy Officer (6/2021)

(Full position descriptions below)


Anti-Defamation League - Regional Coordinator

POSITION TITLE: Regional Coordinator
REPORTS TO: Divisional VP/Regional Director
SUPERVISION EXERCISED: May serve as Supervisor for interns, serve as liaison between administrative and managerial staff as needed, and provide training on processes and software.

ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION: ADL (Anti-Defamation League) is the leading anti-hate organization in the world. Founded in 1913 in response to an escalating climate of antisemitism and bigotry, its essential mission hasn’t changed in more than 100 years: to stop the defamation of the Jewish people and to secure justice and fair treatment to all. Today, ADL continues to fight all forms of hate with the same vigor and passion. ADL is the first call when acts of antisemitism occur. A global leader in exposing extremism, delivering anti-bias education, and fighting hate online, ADL’s ultimate goal is a world in which no group or individual suffers from bias, discrimination or hate.

ADL’s CEO and National Director, Jonathan Greenblatt—an accomplished leader and entrepreneur in the corporate, public, and nonprofit sectors—was recruited to the organization in July 2015. He has injected new energy and brought a bold vision to the agency. Under Jonathan’s leadership, ADL is transforming itself, upgrading its capabilities, leveraging innovation, building partnerships, and pioneering new horizons.

PRIMARY FUNCTION: To provide a broad range of administrative and project management support to the regional office staff, programs and fundraising activities.

Primary: Provide high level support to Regional Office, including program and event support, database management, administrative processing, scheduling and communications. Working with various members of the regional team, coordinate the timely processing of check requests, contracts, donation transmittals and other administrative needs. Provide support in creating and posting digital media content, including but not limited to: Regional social media accounts, web pages, e-newsletters, and other platforms as needed.  Coordinate and provide project management support for events, including registration management and on-site assistance. Provide technological support for events as needed. Maintain Regional databases and contact lists to ensure that they are up to date and accurate. Assist with maintenance and accuracy of Regional information in National databases (Enterprise etc.)  Schedule and provide support for ongoing meetings, including Regional Board Meetings and committee meetings. May serve as a liaison between the Regional Office and the National Office on matters of technology and administrative systems. Track and order office supplies, process invoices and serve as primary interface with vendors. 

Secondary:  Collaborate with Regional Office Staff to provide support for special events and projects as needed. May serve as a point of communication for external contacts and stakeholders. Identify and recommend venues and companies to serve regional office needs. 

Strong computer skills (including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), analytical and interpersonal skills.
Demonstrated ability to prioritize and multi-task to complete projects on deadline.
Exceptional attention to detail.
Familiarity with social media best practices and platforms including Twitter and Facebook.
Strong customer service and communication skills.
Strong team player.

Work Experience:
Two to four years’ experience, with a minimum of one year experience providing administrative support in a fast-paced office environment required.

Bachelor’s degree in required.
Course work in Communications, Business Administration, or related fields is preferred.

For more information, or to apply, please click here

Brookwood Financial Partners, LLC (“Brookwood”), through its subsidiary Brookwood Securities Partners, LLC, is seeking a Sales Assistant to support investor relations and client development, working directly for the Director of Institutional Sales, Marketing and Investor Relations.  Brookwood is a private equity firm founded in 1993 that has acquired and managed over $2 billion of commercial real estate and private company securities across the United States. Brookwood clients are comprised of high-net-worth individuals as well as institutional clients. The position will be based at Brookwood’s Beverly, MA headquarters.

Position Responsibilities:

• Identifying, qualifying and soliciting prospective clients;
• Developing referral business from existing clients;
• Providing marketing coordination and sales support;
• Proactively supporting client service activity; and
• Coordinating onboarding of new investors, including subscription document review, to ensure that all documents are complete, and that Brookwood receives the information needed to be fully compliant with all respective SEC and FINRA regulations.


• The ideal candidate will hold FINRA Series 7 and 63 licenses (this is not a requirement), have experience dealing with financial investments and have proven success in a sales position;
• Ambitious individual who is a quick study and a team player;
• Ability to work independently with existing clients as well as prospects to achieve sales goals;
• Strong telephone, presentation and communication skills are essential, as are exceptional writing, Excel and PowerPoint skills; and
• Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail are required.


For more information, contact Karen Duffy, [email protected]

Cotting School - Chief Financial Officer

The Opportunity:
Cotting School seeks an intelligent, proactive, collaborative, systems-oriented, and strategic Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to lead the organization’s financial administration, planning, and budgeting. This leadership position reports directly to the President and staffs the Board of Directors’ Finance/Investment Committee. The CFO is responsible for aligning the school’s financial reserves with Cotting School’s mission, vision, and strategic plan, including identifying concrete ways to increase financial reserves and cost savings. The CFO serves on the Executive Leadership and is also a member of the Cotting Senior Administrative Team.

• Supervise and support excellence in finance and accounting staff ensuring that financial informational and control process systems are in accordance with GAAP regulations and monitor the use of funds. Direct and optimize the workflow of the finance office and provide opportunities for new skill generation and cross training.
• Provide oversight for and manage all budgets, and internal financial plans and processes.
• Oversee accounting, general ledger and operations functions, ensuring that systems are in place to guarantee timeliness and accuracy.
• Prepare and file on a timely basis all reports and forms including tax forms and any others required by government agencies or departments.
• Work cooperatively with auditors selected by the school to develop processes, procedures, and systems for the development of the information necessary to meet the requirements of the Trustees, the President/CEO, external agencies, and for the development of the auditor’s annual financial statements and other reports.
• Implement the financial provisions of all contracts and agreements provided or entered into by the school.
• Direct responsibilities for two staff accountants.
• Work cooperatively with the Advancement office on routine and various fund-raising initiatives.
• Provide timely and accurate financial information for the school’s Treasurer and/or Finance/Investment Committee of the Board of Trustees as requested.
• Other duties which may from time to time be assigned by the President/CEO.


• A minimum of five years of senior level financial management in a mission driven non-profit agency or equivalent experience. Minimum of Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in accounting, finance, business administration, or equivalent.
• CPA and/or Master’s Degree preferred.
• Strong analytic and financial modeling skills and capacity to prepare financial statements and projections that support and enable sound decision making.
• Demonstrated experience with Great Plains accounting software, or similar program.
• Thorough knowledge of budgeting and accounting practices, processes, and procedures of non-profit or school-based experience.
• Demonstrated experience building and implementing systems and processes to improve transparency and productivity.
• Must have strong organization skills, attention to detail and the ability to prioritize and meet deadlines.
• Excellent communication and relationship building skills.
• High level of integrity and personal work ethic.
• Strong computer literacy to include, but not be limited to, the use of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook and/or the equivalent Google applications.
• Ability to interact professionally with Board members, the Executive Leadership Team members, and external parties.

About Cotting School:
Since 1893, Cotting School has been dedicated to enabling students with special needs to achieve their highest learning potential and level of independence. Cotting School is licensed to provide special education to children and adolescents ages 3 to 22 and transitional residential services to young adults ages 17 to 22.

Operating in Lexington, MA, Cotting School creates an inclusive community which fosters academic achievement, skill development and social-emotional maturity. We meet the unique needs of students with a broad spectrum of learning and communication disabilities, physical challenges and complex medical conditions by providing an array of integrated services. We value partnerships among students and families, staff, public funding agencies, donors, and volunteers. We provide outreach services, nationally and internationally, to expand our commitment and expertise in the field of special education. We design our day and residential training programs to enable students to realize their highest potential both during and after their enrollment.

Statement of Nondiscrimination:

Cotting School, Inc. does not discriminate in any of its programs, procedures, or practices against any person on the basis of age, citizenship, color, disability, national origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, sexual preference, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected under the law.
Job Type: Full-time
• Health insurance
• Dental insurance
• Flexible spending account
• Life insurance
• Retirement plan with generous matching
• Free lunch
• Flexible hours/remote work
• Monday to Friday
Apply on the Cotting School website:


ESC Associate Director, Consulting and Catalyst Program Do you want to work with nonprofit leaders and support their growth, impact, and capacity to advance social change? Are you committed to helping the nonprofit sector advance diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging? Are you a people person who thrives on managing and supporting volunteers? If so, consider joining the Empower Success Corps (ESC) team!

About ESC  - ESC is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help other nonprofits succeed.  Its consulting program matches nonprofits with teams of experienced volunteer consultants to address challenges such as board development, strategic planning, marketing, operations, or fundraising. ESC provides extensive training to its volunteer consultants and is launching “Catalyst,” a new leadership training program for mid-career Black and Latinx professionals. 

Job Summary -  The Associate Director is a new position and an ideal role for an entrepreneurial, collaborative, and values-driven person seeking to apply and develop a wide variety of professional skills. She/he/they will manage the new ESC Catalyst Program, a three-month nonprofit consulting and leadership training program for mid-career Black and Latinx professionals in New England, as well as assist the Director of Consulting in developing capacity-building projects for nonprofits. The position will be hybrid in-office/remote, based in Boston, and report to ESC’s Director of Consulting. This is envisioned as a full-time position, but a part-time arrangement may be considered for a uniquely suited candidate.

Key Responsibilities - 

Business Development

  • Assist Director of Consulting in developing relationships with potential nonprofit clients, defining projects, and staffing projects from ESC’s pool of volunteer consultants.
  • Assist Director of Consulting in recruiting, interviewing, onboarding, training, deploying, and supporting ESC consultants.


 The Associate Director will assume primary responsibility for launching and managing ESC Catalyst, a Consulting Fellowship for Professionals of Color. Catalyst will begin with a pilot cohort of 10-15 participants who will take part in a three-month training program and a follow-on ESC consulting engagement with veteran ESC consultants who will serve as mentors and coaches. The Associate Director will:

  • Use personal and professional networks to publicize the Catalyst program. These may include Conexion, The Partnership, Endowment for Health Equity Leaders Fellowship, and/or ALPHA.
  • Create processes to recruit and vet potential program candidates.
  • Work with ESC training staff and consultants to design and develop curriculum, training, and evaluation for the program.
  • Organize and lead implementation of the training program, from scheduling and logistics to deliverables, metrics, and program evaluation.
  • Work with the Director of Consulting to assign Catalyst participants to ESC consulting projects and mentors.

 Qualifications, Skills and Mindset

 There are many ways to learn, grow and excel professionally. We know that people gain skills through a variety of professional, personal, educational, and volunteer experiences. We respect this when we review applications, and we want to get to know you and the unique strengths you will bring to the work. This said, we are most likely to be interested in your candidacy if you can demonstrate most of the qualifications and experiences listed below:

  • Superb relationship builder who establishes credibility and trust quickly.
  • Demonstrated commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging.
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal, written, and presentation communication skills.
  • Extraordinarily well-organized with demonstrated ability to handle multiple work streams, set priorities, and work under pressure.
  • Project management experience and/or training.
  • Experience giving presentations and/or engaging in discussions via Zoom or other videoconferencing platform.
  • Client service, sales, or business development experience.
  • Passion for supporting nonprofits; familiarity with nonprofit capacity-building approaches.
  • Experience with Salesforce or another customer relationship management (CRM) system.

 Salary and Benefits

 Salary range is $60,000 to $70,000 depending on experience. ESC offers an excellent package of employee benefits. Currently these include health insurance (75 percent company-paid), dental Insurance (100 percent company-paid), 403(b) plans, and generous time off policies.

 EEO Statement

 ESC is an equal opportunity employer. ESC values a diverse workplace and strongly encourages people of color, LGBTQ individuals, people with disabilities, members of ethnic minorities, foreign-born residents, and veterans to apply. ESC’s President, Julie Crockford, has made diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) a strategic priority for the organization and recently received the Women in Business Racial Equity Ally Award for her demonstrated commitment to the development of all women and people of color through access to jobs, mentorship, and community support.

 Please apply by sending a cover letter and resume to [email protected]. The cover letter, addressed to Lynn Post, should be concise, compelling, and explain what makes you the best fit for this role. No calls please.


Indian Hill Music - Director of Finance & Administration

Indian Hill Music (IHM), a growing non-profit community music school and music performance center, is seeking a full-time, exempt Director of Finance & Administration. Currently located in Littleton, MA, IHM is preparing for explosive growth as we build a new music center in Groton, MA slated to open in late 2022. The center includes two world-class concert halls, state-of-the art teaching studios, rehearsal spaces, common areas, and amenities to support our operations.
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Director of Finance & Administration is a newly created position, a member of the senior management team, and is responsible for the effective financial and administrative management of IHM. This position has a range of responsibilities spanning beyond the traditional finance functions and will include management and completion of administrative projects as required. Currently, the Director of Finance & Administration will have one direct report but the department will grow as we add personnel in the near future.
Overall, this position acts as a leader within the organization when dealing with financial and administrative issues. The successful individual will be comfortable operating in a managerial capacity while also rolling up their sleeves and performing basic tasks as necessary.
• Direct and, in some cases, perform accounting activities including accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, general ledger activity, revenue recognition, accruals, banking, investments, and endowments to maintain fiscal responsibility in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles for non-profit organizations.
• Manage the monthly financial close and reporting process to ensure that financial reports are generated, analyzed, and timely presented to the CEO and budget holders.
• Evaluate, adjust, and establish a strong system of internal controls and procedures to safeguard IHM assets and minimize fraud risk. This is a critical responsibility.
• Complete financial analysis for various operational areas and provide reports to the CEO to aid in decision making. Examples of areas requiring analysis include retention, revenue streams, community impact, demographic information, concert attendance, and more.
• Manage the budget and reforecast process. Provide analysis of budget assumptions and actual to budget results. Support budget holders in managing their budgets.
• Recommend, implement, and document appropriate accounting and fiscal management policies and procedures.
• Direct cash management functions, manage cash flow, and track accumulated reserve balances. Manage banking relationships to optimize service and minimize cost.
• Prepare long range financial projections to supplement the strategic business plan.
• Track restricted equity balances to ensure proper use and release from restriction.
• Maintain accounting control over endowments and investments. Work with investment managers to ensure appropriate reporting and fiduciary responsibilities are met.
• Manage annual audit, financial statement preparation, and Form 990 and PC filing.

• Evaluate current vendors from a relationship and pricing perspective and make changes as appropriate. Evaluate effectiveness of accounting system and software applications that provide inputs into the general ledger.
• Manage risk, including the annual review of insurance coverage to assure adequacy.
• Act as the go to person for the CEO in dealing with a multitude of critical projects which will vary widely depending upon organizational needs. Act as project manager and also be a participating member of the team completing a variety of projects such as furniture acquisition, move coordination, license applications, sale of existing property, etc.
• Manage the Human Resources function and, in the near term, hire a staff member to further organize and advance the function. As a growing organization with a strong set of values and a culture built on positive relationships, a focus on human resources is critical.
• Manage a newly created facilities and maintenance department when we move.
• Attend events as appropriate to be seen as a member of the leadership team managing the organization’s success. These events will typically occur on nights and weekends.
• As a proactive and responsive organization, all staff members are assigned other responsibilities as required to contribute to the overall success of IHM.
• BS in Accounting, Finance, or comparable field, MBA strongly preferred.
• Minimum of 10 years of accounting or finance work experience with at least 5 of those years in a manager or director level position. Knowledge of non-profit finance helpful. Also experience that spans beyond the traditional finance and accounting functions and includes supervision of the administrative side of an entity.
• Tremendous potential exists for an individual who can operate at a managerial level while also being comfortable rolling up their sleeves and doing what is necessary to get the job done. A results oriented leader who also values a positive and collaborative work environment and functions as an effective manager. An individual with a strong understanding of accounting and finance and exceptional and demonstrated analytical and organizational skills. Must have the ability to assess and implement internal controls. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills to foster effective work relationships at all levels and to interact with patrons. Experience with QuickBooks and Microsoft Office.
• This is a newly created position. As such, compensation varies widely with a range of
$80K to $120K depending upon the selected candidate’s experience, skill set, and what they bring to the position.
• Please send cover letter, resume, and salary requirements (applications without salary requirements will not be considered) to: Lisa Fiorentino, CEO, Indian Hill Music, PO Box 1484, Littleton MA, 01460, [email protected]


IntervalZero - Vice President of Engineering
Headquartered along the Boston technology corridor, IntervalZero is relentlessly focused on its customers and we share their pursuit of excellence. The company believes that continuous investment in both our real-time software technology and in strengthening customer relationships is essential for long-term mutual success. That same level of investment and commitment extends to the IntervalZero Team- the company’s most important asset.

IntervalZero’s RTX64 real-time software is the company’s flagship product. Uniquely, RTX64 transforms Windows into a real-time operating system (RTOS), enabling economic and performance breakthroughs for systems builders in the global Industrial Automation, Digital Audio/Video, Medical and Mil-Aero markets. The RTX64 solution allows customers to capitalize on all the tools and assets that the Windows environment offers yet enables Windows applications to access an RTOS scheduler for mission critical, machine control operations on the same PC without any additional hardware.

Hailing from industries like semiconductor, medical, test & measurement and more, our brand-name customers like Yamaha, Samsung, Panasonic, Mitsubishi, Boeing, Raytheon, and GE Healthcare build world class equipment that demands RTOS applications with unsurpassed precision and quality. By combining a large and diverse customer base with a SaaS-like revenue model, IntervalZero can capitalize on its very stable and growing revenues by plowing profits back into product engineering and thus strategically outpace the competition with more innovative, ground-breaking functionality.

KINGSTAR, a division of IntervalZero, offers the KINGSTAR Motion Control Platform ( for Industrial Automation that capitalizes on RTX64. KINGSTAR is IntervalZero’s growth product.

Job Description:
The Vice President of Engineering reports to the CEO and is a key member of the Company’s executive team. This role will be responsible for providing executive leadership and management of the company’s entire RTX64 engineering organization. The individual leads the development, quality assurance, release engineering, technical writing and support functions. This role will strive to continuously improve the efficacy and agility of the engineering team so that its efforts deliver product that meets the customers’ needs in a timely manner.

With the customer in mind, at IntervalZero, the VP Engineering will often interact directly with customers, will contribute to the process of formulating business goals, and will guide his/her team to deliver high-quality and ground-breaking functionality. Frequent communications with the VP of Product Management will be vital to ensure that the delivered product matches the agreed requirements.


• Define the appropriate engineering organization for the company’s maturity/size.
• Be a role model for the company culture.
• Enhance standards and procedures to ensure quality standards are met and maintained especially with respect to our existing agile development methods for the entire software development lifecycle.
• Drive improved utilization of Atlassian (Confluence, Jira, Service Mgmt) applications
• Design, implement, and monitor all operations and key performance metrics/operational efficiency for the engineering team.
• Know how to recruit and develop top engineering talent.
• Maintain and optimize budgets to meet goals.
• Recommends new technology and ideas to improve sprints and efficiency.
• Build, develop, and manages the engineering team capable of carrying out initiatives.


• B.S. in Computer Science or Engineering.
• 10 years of experience in engineering leadership.
• Experience working with software development, embedded systems, or hardware engineering.
• Strong verbal, visual, and written communication skills with the ability to explain approach to all levels in the organization including key stakeholders.
• Able to think strategically and see the big picture.
• Experience managing a distributed team.
• Extensive engineering expertise in the areas of product development processes including tools for budgeting, scheduling, and communications.
• Proven success working closely with Product Management, contributing to the product strategy, and helping to successfully deliver on the product roadmap.

Nice to have:

• Several years as Principal Software Engineer
• Experience with commercially deployed embedded products

Please send resumes and inquiries to: [email protected]


Jewish Vocational Services (JVS) - Controller

JVS’s mission is to empower individuals from diverse communities to find employment and build careers, while partnering with employers to hire, develop, and retain productive workforces. JVS provides a broad range of services including adult education, skills training, job readiness training, job placement and support, and access to post-secondary education. JVS assists employers in their search for well-qualified job applicants and their initiatives to upgrade the skills of their incumbent workforce.

Position Summary: The Controller is an ambitious, detail-oriented and self-motivated individual who will report to and partner with the Chief Financial Officer, as part of the seven-person Finance Department of JVS. The Controller will be responsible for ensuring the JVS monthly closing process is completed accurately and financial statements prepared timely. This individual responds quickly and with sound judgment to a variety of situations in a fast-paced environment and handles sensitive information in a professional manner. They will be hands-on and contribute at all levels including fiscal controls, internal and external reporting, while also serving as a thought partner to the CFO on many issues. The Controller directly supervises the Manager of Finance and the Accounts Payable Specialist.

Reports to: Chief Financial Officer

Position Class: Professional
FLSA: Exempt
Salary Grade: 8
Supervises: 2 Staff – Manager of Finance and Accounts Payable Specialist
Essential Job Functions:
Accountability and Results Focused: Oversee daily entry of accounts payable and receivable transactions, payroll and benefit allocation entries, account reconciliations, and monthly accounting tasks to ensure timely close process; Responsible for preparation of monthly financial statements and other reports for management, as well as attend and present at various meetings as required; Manage the revenue cycle and record accounts receivables and billings, including enhancing the process to optimize cash flow; Oversee the recording of bank activity including investment and interest income, deposits, and electronic payments; Manage the agency credit card program and corporate purchasing accounts; Assist in the coordination and preparation of the budget and financial forecasts and report variances; Responsible for record retention and compliance of agency accounting files; Coordinate annual financial statement audit and filings with external audit team, Manage, maintain and upgrade the agency financial fund accounting system and other financial applications; Develop, automate, and implement systems, policies, procedures, and internal controls, to ensure compliance with accounting standards and improve efficiencies; Supervise the Manager of Finance and the Accounts Payable Specialist and provide mentoring, coaching and written annual evaluations; Perform other related duties and projects as requested.

Build relationships, collaboration and teamwork: Provide training to stakeholders on financial process, information, and updates, including Professional Development for agency staff; Work collaboratively with and provide assistance to fellow team members to encourage cooperation and ensure performance goals are met; Ensure high level of satisfaction, trust, and reliability for staff, clients, funders and vendors; Attend and actively participate in agency wide trainings and programming, staff meetings, and team-based projects; Support and promote the mission and philosophy of JVS both internally and outside the agency. 

Administrative/Communication: Demonstrate a professional demeanor with strong leadership skills; Communicate effectively verbally and in writing; Exercise discretion in handling confidential information.

Minimum Skills and Qualifications: 

Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or related field; CPA/MBA a plus. Exceptional accounting skills;
Minimum of 7 years of progressive accounting experience in a nonprofit organization, and with specific experience with nonprofit revenue recognition, statement production and compliance;
Minimum of 2 years of direct staff supervisory experience;
Proficiency with nonprofit fund accounting systems; Serenic Navigator a plus;
Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Intermediate/Advanced Excel is a requirement)
Confident self-starter; ability to prioritize, juggle multiple deadlines and projects;
Ability to troubleshoot, design, implement, and manage systems that contribute to an efficient working environment;
Meticulous attention to detail with excellent analytical, problem-solving, verbal and written communication skills;
Ability to work effectively with Board of Directors, senior staff, volunteers, and peers;
Creative, results oriented, and energetic with the ability to work independently and in a team environment
JVS Culture: JVS is strongly committed to diversity and a workplace environment that respects, appreciates and values employee differences and similarities. By providing and supporting a work culture that fosters and builds upon diversity and its strengths, JVS will better serve our local communities and continue to provide quality services.

JVS is an employment at-will organization and an equal opportunity employer committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws. Additionally, JVS prohibits retaliation against an applicant or employee because he or she has engaged in protected activity under the statutes prohibiting discrimination in the workplace.

TO APPLY: JVS has partnered with Cindy Joyce of Pillar Search & HR Consulting on the search for the newly created role of Controller. Please submit your cover letter and resume to Cindy at [email protected]


Jewish Vocational Services (JVS) - Sr. Director of Career Center Operations

JVS’s mission is to empower individuals from diverse communities to find employment and build careers, while partnering with employers to hire, develop, and retain productive workforces. JVS provides a broad range of services including adult education, skills training, job readiness training, job placement and support, and access to post-secondary education. JVS assists employers in their search for well-qualified job applicants and their initiatives to upgrade the skills of their incumbent workforce.

POSITION SUMMARY: As a member of the Career Services management team, the Sr. Director of Career Center Operations is responsible for the management, compliance, and operating functions at the MassHire Career Center to ensure that high quality, workforce development and labor exchange services are provided to Boston employers and job seekers. The Director ensures that all performance goals and objectives as outlined by the Career Center Charter and State and Federal regulations are achieved. As a member of Career Services management team, the Director develops innovative plans and strategies to ensure the agency’s continued success in fulfilling its mission and achieving short- and long-term goals and objectives. Working closely with the Vice President of Career Services, the Sr. Director of Career Center Operations will provide direct supervision to JVS MassHire staff.


Promotes Agency

• Develop and maintain strategic alliances and collaborations with community-based organizations, training providers, supportive service referral organizations, and the employer and job seeker communities in order to sustain and support the Career Center vision
• Support and promote the mission and philosophy of JVS MassHire both internally and externally.
• Actively serve on state-wide and Boston-based Career Center operating committees in order to coordinate among career centers, to plan for cross-system service improvement, and to maintain cross-system service standards.

Accountability and Results Focused

• Manage day-to-day career center operations
• Read, summarize and ensure compliance with all federal and state One Stop Career Center regulations
• Manage all aspects of funder monitoring including planning, report writing and arranging and facilitating visits and necessary follow up.
• Manage state database, MOSES, reporting
• Assist in the overall process and service delivery improvements to the Career Center, working from a customer centered approach.
• Demonstrate ownership of projects and assignments and respond to organizational requests by deadlines

 Coaches and Develops Staff

• Hire, train, and supervise staff (functional or directly as assigned)
• Develop high performance standards and delegates responsibility
• Effectively communicate priorities and decisions to program staff.
• Ensure staff are accountable for meeting programmatic and contract requirements.
• Ensure program staff members work collaboratively with all JVS programs and services.
• Communicate to staff via regular meetings, developing performance expectations and performing annual performance evaluations.
• Monitor the achievement of performance expectations, in accordance with MassHire work plan and take remedial action where necessary. 

Planning and Organizing
• Establish sound and systematic course of action to assure results
• Determine priorities and allocate time and resources effectively
• Know and work comfortably with both MassHire and JVS systems, processes, and procedures
• Maintain annual reporting plan, write and ensures data quality for reporting making systems or data collection changes as needed
• Ensure accurate, effective, timely MOSES database usage. 

Builds Relationships, Collaboration and Teamwork
• Work collaboratively with and encourage collaboration between JVS departments and divisions to ensure agency performance goals are met
• Lead program planning meetings and team-based projects
• Communicate regularly with Supervisor to ensure successful program performance
• Provide leadership and exemplify resolving disagreements and conflict in a professional and productive manner


• 8 years of related work experience in workforce development, compliance, or employment services
• 3 years of program management and supervisory experience
• Proven financial management skills
• Proven program development and management skills
• Demonstrated presentation skills
• Demonstrated technical database skills
• Experience in grant and proposal writing
• Experience in review and creation of budgets
• High proficiency in Micro Soft Office Suite
• Strong interpersonal, communication and organizational skills
• Ability to work as part of a team; experience in team facilitation preferred
• Ability to work in a multicultural environment

EDUCATION REQUIRED: BA/BS in Human Service, Education, Marketing, Business or equivalent.


• Accountability and Results Focused
• Adapting to Change
• Building Relationships, Collaboration and Teamwork
• Cultural Competency and Respect
• Communication Skills
• Initiative
• Planning/Organizing
• Promotes Agency


• Coaches and Develops Staff
• Inspires a Shared Vision
• Manages Effectively
• Administrative/Systems Expertise
• Managerial Accountability


• Strategic program planning
• Managing program budgets
• Quality Improvement
• Grant management


• Reading
• Verbal communication
• Detailed work
• Written communication
• Confidentiality
• Multiple concurrent tasks
• Problem Solving
• External contacts
• Language
• Analysis of statistical and financial data
• Math


• Occasional evening and weekend hours required
• Occasional out-of-state travel required
• Frequent local travel required

JVS CULTURE: JVS is strongly committed to diversity and a workplace environment that respects, appreciates and values employee differences and similarities. By providing and supporting a work culture that fosters and builds upon diversity and its strengths, JVS will better serve our local communities and continue to provide quality services.

TO APPLY: JVS has partnered with Cindy Joyce of Pillar Search & HR Consulting on the search for the Sr. Director of Career Center Operations. Please submit your cover letter and resume to Cindy at [email protected]



JVS: Vice President of People & Culture

The mission of JVS is to empower individuals from diverse communities to find employment and build careers, while partnering with employers to hire, develop, and retain productive workforces. They provide a broad range of services, including adult education, skills training,
job readiness training, job placement and support, and access to post-secondary education. JVS assists employers in their search for well-qualified job applicants and their initiatives to upgrade the skills of their incumbent workforce.

The Role
The Vice President of People & Culture (VPPC) will lead Organizational Leadership, People/HR Functional Leadership, People/HR Communication, Training & Development, and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI). As a strategic partner to senior leadership, the VPPC will serve as a consultant on talent related matters,include staffing,employee productivity, base compensation, workforce planning, performance management, succession planning,
professional development, and employee engagement and retention. The VPPC will drive strategic People/HR planning to provide JVS with the best talent available while continuing to position JVS as an employer of choice. The VPPC will direct all People/HR functions in accordance with JVS policies, practices, regulations, andadministrative rulings(both governmental organizations and other regulatory and advisory authorities and organizations)

Core Responsibilities

  • Lead organization development in partnership with senior management.
  • Develop and ensure execution of staffing strategies, people development, succession plans, and resource planning to identify, attract, and nurture talent.
  • Lead all DEI initiatives for JVS, including strategy, metrics, and action plans.
  • Lead compensation management, coordinating participation in salary surveys, developing policies and guidelines, and owning and leading the salary-review process.
  • Lead performance-review processes and management of the compensation system.
  • Design and execute a strategic vision and training program to meet the professional development needs of JVS.
  • Partner with Finance and payroll vendor to plan, manageand execute on a budgeting process for all employee costs.
  • Ensure that JVS complies with all applicable laws and regulations concerning fair employment practices, employee health and safety, employee relations, andother compliance-related programsStay aware of evolving government influences on management policies and practicesand plan accordingly for changes in regulations.
  • Directly over see three People/HR staff.


Critical Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree inHuman Resources/Business or equivalent experience.
  • 10 years of experience in a senior-levelPeople/HRposition in a fast-paced, high-growth, multi-service organization with over 100 employees.Non-profit experience preferred.
  • Exceptional knowledge of federal and state employment law.
  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills.
  • Successful track record in organizational design and development, employee relations,DEIcompensation and benefits, employment, HRIS systemsand employee training and development.
  • Successful track record in leading largemulti-year organizational change efforts through proven employee communication and engagement strategies.
  • Experience inPeople/HR strategy development in a growing organization.
  • Ability to motivate, train, facilitate, lead, and organize employees organization-wide.
  • Strong sense of collaboration, responsibility, accountabilityand enthusiasm.
  • Care deeply about developing people to reach their maximum potential.
  • Excellent Microsoft Office suite skills.


Karen Pappas
Managing Partner


Korn-Ferry - Deputy Chief Credit Officer: crypto position

Korn-Ferry is working with a bank chartered crypto exchange and leading provider of financial infrastructure solutions and services for the digital currency industry. KF has been retained to find a Deputy Chief Credit Officer to manage and grow the loan portfolio and credit exposure for bank, and to develop policies and guidelines for new lending product development with Digital Assets as collateral. Overall responsibility for the lending credit risk of the bank. . Assist the organization in enhancing credit quality and credit culture through the establishment, enforcement and oversight of all credit policies and procedures. A detailed description is attached as well. 

Contact: Paul DeLucia, Managing Consultant, Korn Ferry - Tel:  +1.949.229.5016, Cell: +1.917.496.9028 
email: [email protected]  -


The Massachusetts IOLTA (Interest on Lawyers Trust Accounts) Committee is seeking a new executive director. This is an exciting opportunity to positively affect the Massachusetts legal community, civil legal aid programs and access to justice, by assisting in the maintenance and distribution of IOLTA funds to charitable organizations, via the Committee's three partner organizations, the Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation, the Massachusetts Bar Foundation and the Boston Bar Foundation.

The Massachusetts IOLTA Committee has supported legal aid in the Commonwealth since 1989. The executive director will work with stakeholders in the legal community, financial institutions and attorneys, to drive the continued success of the program. The position reports to the Massachusetts IOLTA Committee. A competitive benefits package is available.

For more information, including about qualifications for the role, look here


Mate Fertility is searching for a Chief Operating Officer to help facilitate scaling / growth.  The COO will be responsible for ensuring that efficient, customer and patient-focused workflows, processes, systems, and programs are in place. Our unique model operates on a B2B2C model, we are an MSO. Fostering teamwork and organizational leadership, the COO will develop and implement plans and operational processes, systems, and personnel assignments to accommodate the rapid growth and strategic plans and of the company.  

This individual will have a strong voice at the table and be asked – if you could build it from the ground up – how would you do it?  And then he/she will be responsible for actually building it within the context of the business needs and goals. The COO will be the second in command, needs to be an experienced executor who can foreshadow challenges and put in place policies and procedures to overcome these obstacles. They must also be a collaborator, a game-changer an executor, and work well with the CEO and Founder on an interpersonal and professional level.


  • 10+ years minimum experience in healthcare operations, preferably in a mutli-location, outpatient service model or managed service organization or at a company focused on rinse and repeat expansion.
  • Solid knowledge of implementation, and production processes, staffing, costing, scaling and systems implementation. 
  • Superior leadership skills  – able to collectively and collaboratively create and build with creativity, innovation and best practices while motivating others
  • Ability to prioritize and effectively manage workflow and projects
  • Self-Motivated, creative problem solver with a strong sense of urgency





Milestone Business Advisors, LLc  - Chief Marketing Officer

The Opportunity
Milestone Business Advisors, LLC (“Milestone” or “the firm”) seeks a proven professional to serve as the firm’s Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). We are an advisory firm offering professional services to privately-held small and middle-market family businesses to help owners address issues which often present as family or partner conflict.
The firm’s unique, multidisciplinary service model falls into two core service products: Family Business Advisory Services and Partner Dispute Resolution Services. Our multidisciplinary panel of advisors is deeply experienced in business strategy, family systems, governance, organizational development, law, finance, executive coaching and mediation.

The Role
Milestone is currently focused on broadening the firm’s reach for new clients in the family business market. In support of this goal, we are seeking a CMO partner whose primary role will be to drive business growth by leveraging the firm’s strengths, developing a dynamic marketing strategy, and executing a vibrant plan for growth that will ultimately create a unique exit opportunity.

The Ideal Candidate
Experience. The ideal candidate will be a mid-career professional with marketing leadership or professional experience and credentialing in such service areas as law, accounting, business valuation or insurance. The right individual will also have a strong history of successful relationship development through networking and other practice development activities.
Key Qualities and Competencies. The ideal candidate will possess:
• High emotional intelligence and an entrepreneurial spirit
• Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills
• Demonstrated strategic business perspective
• Personal exposure to or professional experience with family business
• Ability to delay short-term income for long-term reward

What Milestone Has to Offer the CMO
• A flexible work/life role
• Equity potential in a professional service firm with a truly unique service model
• Affiliation with a firm which has invested heavily in identifying a market presence
• Support from business partners with decades of experience serving family enterprises
• A panel of advisors with varied and complimentary experience to draw upon for both client service and practice development activities
• An entity which possesses statutory privileges which provide competitive advantage
• A business model which provides a unique exit opportunity

To express interest and for more information, please send a cover letter and resume to:
Emily Abrams
Managing Director
Milestone Business Advisors, LLC
w: 617-742-0042
[email protected]


Paige Academy - Head of School

The Paige Academy Board of Trustees, in collaboration with the Head of School and
other members of school leadership, is responsible for preserving and achieving Paige
Academy's mission, as well as guiding the school in model, vision, mission, and
advancement. As the school's Lead Educator and Administrator, the Head of School is
responsible for the daily operations of the school and the implementation of Paige's
vision and mission.

In both roles and responsibilities, the Head of School directs the school's daily
operations and ensures that Paige's vision and mission are reflected in the school's life
responsible for the administration, management and operations of the Preschool,
Elementary School, and Summer Enrichment Program.

The Head of School recruits, trains, and leads a highly motivated and qualified diverse
faculty and staff who work together to ensure each child's intellectual, cultural,
emotional, social, and physical growth. Administratively, the Head of School is
responsible for overseeing the effective development of Paige's educational program,
increasing enrollment and retention, managing finances, and providing input to the
Board of Trustees on these initiatives. During regular school hours, the Head of School
will almost always be on campus, overseeing day-to-day operations and mediating any
conflict that may arise within the school community.
With an ex officio, non-voting seat on the Board, the Head of School will also be a
resource and strategic visionary to the Board and other members of school leadership.
Throughout the school year, the Head of School is a full-time employee of the Paige
Academy Board of Trustees, working full time during our school hours, evenings, and
some weekends.

Possess respect, pride in, and knowledge of Africa and the African Diaspora
Leadership and management experience and the ability to operate as part of an
educational team
Effectively communicate with funders, volunteers, and community organizations,
as well as represent and promote the school's principles to stakeholders
Competent with Microsoft Office, QuickBooks, and other digital tools and willing
to train as needed to become proficient with other digital technologies
Capability to create and maintain mutually beneficial family partnerships and
community agencies

Transparent leader who is receptive to appropriate levels of accountability.
Accepts and implements constructive feedback
Maintains high standards of excellence in all work and takes responsibility for
positive outcomes
Possesses strong and compelling written and verbal communication,
administrative, and organizational skills
The ability to energize and inspire staff and community while managing multiple
tasks and parties through effective use of time and resources
Effectively collaborates with The Massachusetts Department of Early Education
and Care (EEC), Boston Public Schools (BPS-UPK), National Association for the
Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and other accrediting organizations

As the Lead Educator and Administrator of the school, support teachers, staff,
parents and students in understanding and implementing Paige Academy’s
African-centered approach to all aspects of the school
Assists in the intellectual, cultural, social, emotional, and physical development
of each child in collaboration with the teachers and the child's parent(s)
Develops and trains a highly competent and efficient faculty and staff
Actively manages Paige Academy’s educational program, operatingfinances,
facility, administrative staffand duties
Oversees daily operations while resolving any conflicts within the school
Collaborates with the Board of Trustees
Supports the Board's special projects and strategic goals

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Rave Mobile Safety is looking for a Vice President Human Resources. Rave Mobile Safety is a leading SaaS provider, connecting organizations with those they protect in order to build safer communities. Growing rapidly with patented and award winning products, our solutions keep millions of people safe, secure, and connected. We are mission driven and passionate about helping our customers save lives.

The VP HR will be responsible for Rave’s people function, culture and policies. S/he will drive best practices and initiatives and provide strategic direction and expertise for the full scope of the HR function. S/he will be responsible for assisting and reviewing organizational development, policies and programs for Rave employment, compensation, benefits, performance management, employee relations, and compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws. The head of HR will report to the CEO, as a thought partner in developing and executing the HR strategy for the organization, and work as a business partner to the organizational managers across the Company to best support their team’s goals and objectives.

Key Responsibilities
Drive strategic thought on organization structure and people development

  • Develop and implement a human resource plan that aligns with the overall mission and strategy of the organization, resulting in innovative, best practices and policies that will service the full range of HR needs and help build a high-performing culture of success, accountability, transparency and collaboration.
  • Act as a strategic partner to all members of the Senior Management Team (SMT) and provide insightful, innovative thinking and problem solving on critical HR issues.
    • Optimize the HR function/team, modernize and refine key processes and activities aligned toward achieving strategic objectives.
    • Provide HR guidance on special projects, HR analytics & reporting, talent reviews, training, change management, organizational design, diversity and inclusion.
    • Talent Acquisition
    • HRIS, and Benefit Administration
    • Employee On Boarding including 60 day check ins
    • Help foster company culture and morale and internalize Rave’s values
    • Manage employee relations
    • Salary and Compensation Administration
    • Employee Development and Training Programs including performance management
    • Employee policies and procedures including compliance
    • Compliance with all applicable employment regulations (FLSA, FMLA, ERISA, ADA, EEOC, etc).
    • Manage and ensure compliance for all employee files and employee data.
    • Assist in planning company events and activities
    • Reporting to management of key metrics and ad-hoc reports as requested
    • Manage all HR aspects of mergers and acquisitions.
    • Manage the Office Management function and staff, and some facilities responsibilities.

Qualifications and Skills

  • This position requires 10+ years of progressive HR experience including 5+ in leadership roles
  • Must have experience in a fast paced high technology organization
  • BS degree required, Masters degree preferred
  • SHRM Certification preferred
    • In-depth knowledge of employment and labor laws. Experience with Canadian employment laws and regulations desired, but not required
    • People oriented and results driven
    • Detailed, logical, and methodological approach to problem solving.
    • Ability to problem solve and work proactively vs reactively
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office. Strong Excel skills a plus
      • Must be very detail-oriented and demonstrate strong organizational, leadership, interpersonal, and communication skills
      • Ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines.
      • Ability to work well independently with limited supervision.
      • Experience with managing HR aspects of mergers and acquisitions desired
      • Mission driven. Our solutions are used to protect lives and our team understands what that means in terms of the level of support we owe our customers and employees.
      • Able to travel 10%

For more information, contact Terri Mock at [email protected]


2Life Communities is seeking Senior Director of Talent and Culture(SDTC)who can grow the capacity and
sophistication of the agency’sPeople/HR program to match and anticipate its evolving needs.
Reporting to the CEO, the SDTC will lead the People/HR team, manage the delivery of
People/HR services to all employees, and enhance the People/HR function to serve as a value-
adding business partner to the members of the executive team and senior management.The
SDTC will direct all aspects of the organization’s People/HR initiatives and programs while
supporting and aligning the function with overall organizational strategy. The SDTC will serve
as a key member of the leadership team and will evaluate, develop, and execute People/HR
strategies across the organization.

Ideal Candidate
§Bachelor’s degree in HR or a related field required. Advanced degree with an advanced HR
certification (such as SPHR) preferred.
§A minimum of 15 years of experience in People/HR, including People/HR leadership and
staff management.Experience in non-profit preferred.
§Experience leading the evolution of systems and processes to advance strategic goals,
support equity, and build a cohesive culture during times of growth and change.
§Experience engaging with diverse staff and leadership to promote trust, teamwork,
partnership, and engagement across departments and levels of leadership.
§Strong knowledge of People/HR practices and procedures, including solid experience in
employee relations. Current knowledge of state and federal legal compliance regulations
and policies.

§Background in building and transforming the People/HR function. Ability to assess,
navigate, and address structural issues and willingness/readiness to build and sustain a new
approach, from the overall vision to the foundation of the People/HRf unction.
§Excellent track record of leadership and team building, driving the development and
evolution of high-performance cultures.
§Prior success in creating and leading initiatives that attract, develop, and retain talent.
§Success in designing and implementingDEI-enhancing programs and practices.
§Track record of driving strong implementation and adoption of HR systems and processes.

Karen Pappas
Managing Partner
(m) 617-448-8896
[email protected]



 The world-renownedWoods Hole Oceanographic Institution(WHOI) is dedicated to research
and education to advance understanding of the ocean and its interaction with the Earth system,
and to communicating this understanding for the benefit of society. The ocean is a defining
feature of our planet and crucial to life on Earth, yet it remains one of the planet’s last unexplored
frontiers. For this reason, WHOI scientists and engineers are committed to understanding all
facets of the ocean as well as its complex connections with Earth’s atmosphere, land, ice, seafloor, and life--including humanity.

The Role
As a thought leader, visionary, and strategic partner to thePresident, the Chief People Officer
(CPO) will lead all aspects of WHOI’s People/HR initiatives and programs while aligning the
strategy with overall organizational goals and change management initiatives during a time of
pivotal transformation for WHOI. As a key member of a collaborative senior leadership team, the
CPO will build upon the positive, engaged culture that works to assimilate the interests, talents,
and contributions of employees in a high-performing and inclusive workplace.The CPO will
further the mission of WHOI as an enthusiastic leader, and will create professional development
opportunities for the People/HR team and employees throughout the organization.The CPO
must be a strong listener and communicator who is able to build and manage a team of
professionals and delegate effectively.The CPO will lead change while collaborating effectively
with peers and stakeholdersincluding finance, scientists, engineers, technical staff, skilled
trades peoplemaritime staff, administrators, academic and educational program leaders,
studentsand post-doctoral fellows.

Ideal Candidate
§Bachelor’s degree in Business, HR, or related field. Master’s degree in Business or HR preferred.
SHRM-SCP, SHRM-CP,SPHR, and/or PHR certification a plus.
§15 to 20 years of experience in People/HR as a high performer, including People/HR leadership
and staff management/development. Background as a change leader with success in building
and transforming the People/HR function strongly preferred.
§Excellent track record of leadership and team building that drives the development and
evolution of high-performance cultures. Experience in non-profithigher education, science,
engineeringand/or technology preferred.
§Strong knowledge of People/HR practices and procedures, including significant experience in
employee relations.Current knowledge of state and federal legal compliance regulations,
policies, and employment laws.
§Enthusiastic, courageous, and energetic thought leader who thrives in collaborative
environment and has a creative, engaging, and people-focused attitude.
§Experience leading staff to select, developdesign, and implement People/HR policies and
proceduresExperience with the design, implementationand socialization of HRIS,
performance management systems, and payroll systems.

Karen Pappas
Managing Partner
(m) 617-448-8896
[email protected]


Yale University seeks a Corporate Strategy Officer to manage and lead a portfolio of corporate partners with the intent of building strategic mutually beneficial relationships with Yale and exploring potential collaboration and support for the university. The Officer will ensure that corporate approaches, from identification to cultivation to solicitation to negotiation through stewardship, are highly strategic and coordinated. The corporate strategy officer meets regularly with department chairs, research group leaders, and program leaders to stay informed of current institutional priorities. The ideal candidate will have a deep understanding of research in academic and/or industry settings and deep knowledge of technology transfer or a tech industry-related field.

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