Please find more information on current employment opportunities below.
Marketing and Communications Specialist
The Marketing and Communications Specialist is responsible for the planning and management of various projects and initiatives to increase the organization’s brand awareness and motivate external audiences. The specialist will identify, create, write, and publish engaging content through a variety of channels, including social media, websites, email, and print materials.
As a key member of the marketing unit, this position will also help in the unit’s work developing and implementing a broader marketing and communications strategy.
Prevention and Training Specialist
The Prevention and Training Specialist is primarily responsible for training, technical assistance, program development, management and support of Children’s Trust’s Child Sexual Abuse Prevention programs and initiatives. The position requires comprehensive knowledge of the child sexual abuse prevention efforts, research and programs. The Prevention and Training Specialist must have strong training, content development, project management, and coordination skills. This position is full-time, located at the Children’s Trust office in Boston, and reports to the Director of Training. This position will include statewide travel on a regular basis.
Director of Foundation Relations
Reporting to the Director of Development, the Director of Foundation Relations will be responsible for identifying, securing, and stewarding grants from private foundations, corporations, and public sources to support the programs of the Massachusetts Children’s Trust. The Director of Foundation Relations will conduct research, develop grant proposals, draft grant reports, and prepare supplemental materials as needed. The individual in this position will work collaboratively with The Director of Development and program staff to maintain the Children’s Trust’s current portfolio of grant funders, identify new sources of support, maintain an annual grant tracking schedule, and help to achieve the annual fundraising goals of the Children’s Trust.
The Children’s Trust serves as a competitive field practicum agency for second year macro social work, community health, child development, and research graduate students. Graduate students work alongside full-time professionals in areas of program planning, development, management, and evaluation. For more information or to express interest in an internship position, please contact our internship coordinator, Kate Bullock.
The Children’s Trust prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, religious creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, Vietnam Era Veteran status, age, or disability.