boston planning & development agency

  • SPECIAL PROJECTS COORDINATOR

    Posted Date 05/11/2018
    Job ID
    2018-1310
    Category
    Administration & Management
    Grade Level
    I
    # of Hours
    35
    Salary Range
    $49,400 - $61, 800
  • Summary

    boston planning & development agency

     

    TITLE:          SPECIAL PROJECTS COORDINATOR

      

    DIVISION/DEPARTMENT:  OWD/ADMINISTRATION & MANAGEMENT

     

    SUMMARY:

    Under the direction of the OWD Director, the Office of Public Safety Director, the Senior Advisors to the Mayor, and the various special initiatives under the Mayor’s Office, the manager will be responsible for the overall planning, management, implementation and reporting of the Mayor’s Office of Public Safety. Convene meetings with multiple stakeholders; draft agreements and essential project and grants related documents for grant reporting, proposals, research and publications, etc. Develop and implement strategies for special projects in either the city as a whole, or specific neighborhoods in Boston; develop and manage a database and tracking system for community partners; research and draft grant proposals for potential funding for the city; align organizations with current city and municipal agencies , and other ongoing and volunteer efforts regarding special projects programs. Follow up on other related project tasks as required.

     

    GENERAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

     

    • Develop and manage multiple database and tracking systems from various community and municipal agencies in the city of Boston;
    • Draft grants, reporting, and tracking documents for the project as needed;
    • Review and monitor performance and contracts;
    • Convene and document meetings;
    • Research and draft policy recommendations for the Mayor’s Office of Public Safety;
    • Research grants and other funding sources;
    • Draft grant proposals and reports for review;
    • Manage the city’s partnerships, volunteers and staff;
    • Draft grant proposals and reports for review; and
    • Assist in program evaluation and make recommendations.

     

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    Work requires completion of a Bachelors degree plus five or more years experience. An advanced degree or equivalent in Public Policy, Criminal Justice, or a similar discipline is strongly preferred.

    Must have a strong background in policy analysis, research, data analysis and writing. Skills required also include excellent communication and presentation skills, ability to analyze data, and ability to work independently.

     

    WORK ENVIRONMENT:

    Normal office environment.

     

    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

    Little or no exertion; may spend extended periods at terminal.

     

    SCOPE:

    Not Applicable.

     

    **BOSTON RESIDENCY IS A CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT**

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