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Finance Manager
Boston Consulting Group
location-iconBoston MA

WHAT YOU'LL DOThe North America Financial Planning and Analysis Team (FP&A) focuses on developing content expertise, critical business analytics, strategy development, and financial projections in partnership with senior leaders to drive key business decisions. As a Finance Lead (Manager) you’ll work collaboratively across the FP&A team and with senior leadership in our North America business. You’ll have frequent interactions with senior stakeholders including North America’s CFO, function heads, Managing Director and Partners, and the Regional Chair who heads BCG’s North America business.This position will perform several critical responsibilities to support and manage Financial Planning and Analysis engagements, including:Lead the NAMR consulting team capacity strategy and planning processPartner with internal functions on capacity outlook and provide decision support to bring thoughtful solutions to data requestsDesign and deliver capacity performance reporting including variance analysis, KPI tracking, and comparative analysis to benchmarks that will drive key business decisionsCreate and drive the adoption of improved financial processes and policies through teaming with multiple stakeholder groups to promote best practices across functionsBe thought business partner to Regional leadership including CFO, Regional Chair and System LeadsAs business needs change over time, projects and job responsibilities may changeYOU'RE GOOD ATSupporting leadership and other key customers by performing analysis and effectively communicating key takeaways and recommendationsDeveloping strong, collaborative working relationships with business partners across teams and levelsApplying strong analytical skills, judgement, attention to detail, and creativity to effectively solve problemsNavigating ambiguity, taking initiative, and prioritizing in a fast-paced, dynamic environment; balancing the needs of multiple stakeholder groupsProactive and resourceful self-starter who takes initiative and ownershipLearning new topics and skills with a combination of intellectual curiosity, desire for professional growth, and receptiveness to feedbackYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics, Business, or Math; MBA or Master’s degree a plus5+ years finance-related experience, prior experience in professional services environment a plusPolished written and verbal communication skills; ability to collaborate, iterate and influence Ability to synthesize large datasets and develop and/or pressure test comprehensive analysis to inform the business and drive decisionsProficient in Excel and PowerPoint (ability to train staff on intermediate level)Experience with Business Objects, Alteryx, Tableau, and Hyperion Financial Management a plusYOU'LL WORK WITHMembers of our finance team are responsible for preserving the intellectual capital, assets, and integrity of BCG. We make a decisive impact on the firm’s direction, performance, and risk-management models. Finance jobs include accounting and reporting, planning and analysis, tax and treasury, financial systems, payroll, and executive compensation.VACCINE MANDATE:Candidates should be aware that BCG currently maintains a policy requiring all US & Canada based employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Newly hired employees must be fully vaccinated prior to their employment start date. BCG is an equal opportunity employer and will provide a reasonable accommodation to those unable to be vaccinated for medical or religious reasons where it is not an undue hardship to the company to do so as provided under applicable federal, state, provincial and local law.COMPENSATION INFORMATION:Total compensation for this role includes base salary, annual discretionary performance bonus, contributions to BCG’s Profit Sharing and Retirement Fund (PSRF), and a market leading benefits package described below.At BCG, we are committed to offering a comprehensive benefit program that includes everything our employees and their families need to be well and live life to the fullest. We pay the full cost of medical, dental, and vision coverage for employees – and their eligible family members.* That’s zero dollars in premiums taken from employee paychecks.All of our plans provide best in class coverage:Zero dollar ($0) health insurance premiums for BCG employees, spouses, and childrenLow $5 (USD) copays for trips to the doctor, urgent care visits and prescriptions for generic drugsDental coverage, including up to $5,000 (USD) in orthodontia benefitsVision insurance with coverage for both glasses and contact lenses annuallyReimbursement for gym memberships and other fitness activitiesFully vested retirement contributions made annually, whether you contribute or notGenerous paid time off including vacation, holidays, and annual office closure between Christmas and New YearsPaid Parental Leave and other family benefits such as elective egg freezing, surrogacy, and adoption reimbursement*Employees, spouses, and children are covered at no cost. Employees share in the cost of domestic partner coverage.

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Indirect Tax Compliance Manager - Relocation to Chesapeake, VA
Arch Advisory Group
location-iconCambridge MA

Job DescriptionSummary of PositionThe Indirect Tax Compliance Manager will be responsible for ensuring the timely and accurate completion of all indirect tax requirements including unclaimed property filings, bag fees and other miscellaneous taxes. The Tax Compliance Manager will ensure the accuracy of the provision of information provided to our service providers in order to prepare our indirect tax filings accurately and efficiently. The Tax Compliance Manager will manage and develop a team of indirect tax professionals, providing direction, guidance, and support.Minimum Requirements/QualificationsBA or BS degree is required in Accounting or Finance5-7 years Indirect Tax experience, corporate or equivalent public accounting experienceExperience in managing teamsExperience with project managementStrong organizational abilities and collaboration with cross-functional teams to deliver resultsGood interpersonal and communication skillsSelf-motivated, engaged by a fast-paced environment and handling challenges and tight deadlines with easeStrong PC skills including MS OfficeDesired qualifications:CPA, CMA or CMI candidate desiredExperience with tax compliance software desiredExperience with large business data setsCultureGet in on this exciting and groundbreaking time at Dollar Tree and Family Dollar as we continue to grow both banners rapidly. We are a Fortune 200 company with over 16,000 stores, 26 distribution centers, and over $26B in sales in North America. ResponsibilitiesPrincipal Duties and ResponsibilitiesLead the indirect tax compliance function in the US and Canada including management of processes performed by external vendors ensuring that all compliance deadlines are met.Lead projects and implement new processes and controls in response to changes in the business environment, such as new tax requirements, changes in technology standards, and internal process changes. Leading the regular monthly close process as well as externally facing statutory reporting activities. Manage SKU research and state taxability analysis to ensure accurate taxation within the POS systems.Partner with internal teams and develop in-depth knowledge of tools, systems, and processes. Highlight opportunities for improvement and manage projects that will yield risk mitigation and efficiency through optimization and automation. Deliver implementation of optimization opportunities for tax reporting processes within the company through effective communication with our business partners.Manage a team of indirect tax professionals, providing direction, guidance, and support.Requirements5+ years Indirect Tax experienceEqual Opportunity EmployerEqual Opportunity Employer: All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin.Requisition #cl9x8k0j5436x0iqe08i4fa7k

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Indirect Tax Compliance Manager - Relocation to Chesapeake, VA
Arch Advisory Group
location-iconChestnut hill MA

Job DescriptionSummary of PositionThe Indirect Tax Compliance Manager will be responsible for ensuring the timely and accurate completion of all indirect tax requirements including unclaimed property filings, bag fees and other miscellaneous taxes. The Tax Compliance Manager will ensure the accuracy of the provision of information provided to our service providers in order to prepare our indirect tax filings accurately and efficiently. The Tax Compliance Manager will manage and develop a team of indirect tax professionals, providing direction, guidance, and support.Minimum Requirements/QualificationsBA or BS degree is required in Accounting or Finance5-7 years Indirect Tax experience, corporate or equivalent public accounting experienceExperience in managing teamsExperience with project managementStrong organizational abilities and collaboration with cross-functional teams to deliver resultsGood interpersonal and communication skillsSelf-motivated, engaged by a fast-paced environment and handling challenges and tight deadlines with easeStrong PC skills including MS OfficeDesired qualifications:CPA, CMA or CMI candidate desiredExperience with tax compliance software desiredExperience with large business data setsCultureGet in on this exciting and groundbreaking time at Dollar Tree and Family Dollar as we continue to grow both banners rapidly. We are a Fortune 200 company with over 16,000 stores, 26 distribution centers, and over $26B in sales in North America. ResponsibilitiesPrincipal Duties and ResponsibilitiesLead the indirect tax compliance function in the US and Canada including management of processes performed by external vendors ensuring that all compliance deadlines are met.Lead projects and implement new processes and controls in response to changes in the business environment, such as new tax requirements, changes in technology standards, and internal process changes. Leading the regular monthly close process as well as externally facing statutory reporting activities. Manage SKU research and state taxability analysis to ensure accurate taxation within the POS systems.Partner with internal teams and develop in-depth knowledge of tools, systems, and processes. Highlight opportunities for improvement and manage projects that will yield risk mitigation and efficiency through optimization and automation. Deliver implementation of optimization opportunities for tax reporting processes within the company through effective communication with our business partners.Manage a team of indirect tax professionals, providing direction, guidance, and support.Requirements5+ years Indirect Tax experienceEqual Opportunity EmployerEqual Opportunity Employer: All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin.Requisition #cl9x8k0j5436x0iqe08i4fa7k

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Indirect Tax Compliance Manager - Relocation to Chesapeake, VA
Arch Advisory Group
location-iconBoston MA

Job DescriptionSummary of PositionThe Indirect Tax Compliance Manager will be responsible for ensuring the timely and accurate completion of all indirect tax requirements including unclaimed property filings, bag fees and other miscellaneous taxes. The Tax Compliance Manager will ensure the accuracy of the provision of information provided to our service providers in order to prepare our indirect tax filings accurately and efficiently. The Tax Compliance Manager will manage and develop a team of indirect tax professionals, providing direction, guidance, and support.Minimum Requirements/QualificationsBA or BS degree is required in Accounting or Finance5-7 years Indirect Tax experience, corporate or equivalent public accounting experienceExperience in managing teamsExperience with project managementStrong organizational abilities and collaboration with cross-functional teams to deliver resultsGood interpersonal and communication skillsSelf-motivated, engaged by a fast-paced environment and handling challenges and tight deadlines with easeStrong PC skills including MS OfficeDesired qualifications:CPA, CMA or CMI candidate desiredExperience with tax compliance software desiredExperience with large business data setsCultureGet in on this exciting and groundbreaking time at Dollar Tree and Family Dollar as we continue to grow both banners rapidly. We are a Fortune 200 company with over 16,000 stores, 26 distribution centers, and over $26B in sales in North America. ResponsibilitiesPrincipal Duties and ResponsibilitiesLead the indirect tax compliance function in the US and Canada including management of processes performed by external vendors ensuring that all compliance deadlines are met.Lead projects and implement new processes and controls in response to changes in the business environment, such as new tax requirements, changes in technology standards, and internal process changes. Leading the regular monthly close process as well as externally facing statutory reporting activities. Manage SKU research and state taxability analysis to ensure accurate taxation within the POS systems.Partner with internal teams and develop in-depth knowledge of tools, systems, and processes. Highlight opportunities for improvement and manage projects that will yield risk mitigation and efficiency through optimization and automation. Deliver implementation of optimization opportunities for tax reporting processes within the company through effective communication with our business partners.Manage a team of indirect tax professionals, providing direction, guidance, and support.Requirements5+ years Indirect Tax experienceEqual Opportunity EmployerEqual Opportunity Employer: All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin.Requisition #cl9x8k0j5436x0iqe08i4fa7k

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Bar / Beverage Manager
Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub
location-iconWoburn MA

Looking for a restaurant management career where better quality of life is more than just a catch phrase? We have NO late night bar hours & our management team has a 45-hour work week!Be a part of your Local Hometown Favorite by joining the Ninety Nine Restaurant + Pub family! You bring your great attitude and readiness to learn, and we'll take care of the rest! We treat people right, and that's why our team makes new guests feel welcome, and regulars feel right at home.Restaurant Assistant Manager / Hospitality ManagerAre you looking to move your career forward in hospitality management? We have a structured training program that will give you confidence and set you up for success. If you have a passion for leading a team and serving high quality food then we want to hear from you!1 - 2+ years of restaurant management experience strongly preferred.We can offer you:Career Growth & Advancement - 100% of our General Managers have been promoted from within!Stability - We have some of the lowest manager & hourly turnover rates in the industry. That means the team you'll be a part of doesn't change nearly as often as other restaurants.Pay - Weekly paychecks along with extremely competitive salary and quarterly bonus planVacation - After six months with the 99, you are eligible for paid vacation.Insurance - Medical, Dental, Life, Short Term and Long Term Disability.Retirement Plan - After 1 year you are eligible to participate in the company's plan, upon reaching 21 years of age.Discounts - 25% discount on food and non-alcoholic beverages for team members to enjoy with their family and friends outside of their work shiftTraining - An in-depth & comprehensive training program to ensure our Team Members can develop & grow with us.Strong Culture - welcoming and safe environment where you will Love Where You Work!Community - Since 2006, the 99 has raised over $5.5 Million dollars supporting charities in the communities we serve.Respect - We value Team Members from of all backgrounds and always strive to communicate respectfully & cooperatively.WE ARE COMMITTED TO OUR GUESTS, TEAM MEMBERS & COMMUNITYNinety Nine Restaurants is an Equal Opportunity & E-Verify EmployerJoin the Ninety Nine (The 99 Restaurants) team today. In this Restaurant Management (RM) role, you will manage restaurant front of house / service teams along with assistant manager roles and duties working as a member of the restaurant management (AM) team.

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Controller
Local Enterprise Assistance Fund (LEAF)
location-iconBOSTON MA

 The Local Enterprise Assistance Fund (LEAF) is searching for a controller to manage the accounting department, investor relations and the personnel department. Working closely with the chief financial officer, the controller will maintain the working relationship with LEAF’s department managers and employees and assist them in accomplishing LEAF’s mission. An ideal candidate will have experience in: systems upgrade, small business lending, analyzing business financials, a knack for relationship building and customer service, and a shared commitment to LEAF’s values. It is expected that the controller will become the chief financial officer in two years.  About LEAF:  LEAF is a Boston-based Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI). LEAF promotes human and economic development by providing financing and development assistance to cooperatives and social purpose ventures that create and save jobs for low-income people. LEAF has three major lines of financing: Cooperative Ownership: Loans to democratically-owned cooperatives nationally, including worker-owned coop businesses, community-owned food coops, and affordable housing coops.Local Small Business: Loans to emerging minority small businesses in Massachusetts and nationally that provide good jobs and wealth-building opportunities. Healthy Food Access: Businesses that improve equitable access to fresh, healthy foods in Massachusetts. Additionally, LEAF provides technical business assistance to small businesses to help them assess risks and growth areas. Since its founding in 1982, LEAF has invested and leveraged millions of dollars, resulting in the creation or retention of significant employment opportunities. Working at LEAF is great for those who love to learn, enjoy contributing to community development, and want to have a large impact on a smaller organization.  Role & Responsibilities:  Perform and support the day-to-day accounting operations of LEAF; Manage the accumulation and consolidation of all financial data;Prepare internal and external financial statements and disclosures;Upgrade accounting systems for notes receivable and payable;Maintain and upgrade where necessary personnel policies;Prepare the yearly budget;Support the activities of the auditors; andFile regulatory reports timely. Qualifications: An ideal candidate for the controller position will possess the following qualifications: ●        Enthusiasm for LEAF’s mission;●        A bachelor’s degree in accounting/finance;●        At least 4-6 years of relevant professional experience;●        Ability to analyze business financial statements;●        Strong communication and customer service skills;●        Strong organizational and time management skills, and sharp attention to detail. Location: The controller position is located at LEAF’s headquarters, 386 Western Avenue in Boston, MA 02135. Benefits & Culture: LEAF provides competitive compensation, adjusted for experience. The starting salary range for this position is $110,000 - $125,000, including an estimated annual performance-based bonus. Further benefits include:  ●        Premium health, dental and disability insurance, premiums 100% paid by LEAF;●        Four weeks paid vacation annually earned on a monthly basis, increasing to five paid weeks after three years;●        Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave, premiums 100% paid by LEAF;●        Twelve paid stipulated holidays per year;●        Twelve sick days per year earned on a monthly basis; and●        403(b) retirement plan and a 129(e) Dependent Care Plan. How to Apply: Interested candidates should email a resume and cover letter to jobs(at)leaffund.org . LEAF is an equal opportunity employer.

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Associate Scientist, Bioanalytical Development
Visterra, Inc.
location-iconWaltham MA

We are a team of 85 talented and driven people working passionately and collaboratively to develop a robust pipeline of innovative antibody-based therapies for patients with unmet needs. Our proprietary technology platform powered by our state-of-the-art laboratory enables the design and engineering of precision antibody-based product candidates that specifically bind to, and modulate, key disease targets for the treatment of patients with kidney diseases and other hard-to-treat diseases. Visterra is a subsidiary of Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. of Japan. As a member of the Otsuka family of companies, we have the advantage of being a dynamic, nimble, innovative organization where you can make direct, meaningful impacts while benefiting from the support, stability, and long-term perspective of a 100-year-old global company. Summary The Associate Scientist, Bioanalytical Development is responsible for performing laboratory activities and experiments related to the development and scientific qualification of bioanalytical methods for preclinical/clinical programs. The Associate Scientist, Bioanalytical Development will be responsible for activities related to the design, development and qualification for non-regulated/exploratory methods and samples in support of drug development candidates. They will perform the execution of experiments to support IND filings and early pre-clinical development. They may also perform project management activities for out-sourced methods including vendor management. Visterra is seeking a flexible candidate with a working knowledge of large molecule/biologics analytical techniques and laboratory skills. The primary focus will be developing and performing bioanalytical methods for programs in preclinical and clinical development, documenting the methods used and summarizing the data collected. This individual will be responsible for the execution and documentation of experiments to develop bioassays and the empirical evaluation of custom reagents to support preclinical/clinical method development. This is a full-time laboratory position based in Visterra's facility in Waltham, MA, with occasional opportunity to work remotely. Responsibilities Design bioanalytical methods at the direction of the team leader. Select/identify appropriate bioanalytical reagents. Manage outsourcing activities to establish custom reagents. Conduct specialized in vitro studies, as directed by the team leader, to enhance mechanistic understanding of drug development candidates as needed on development programs. Draft reports summarizing laboratory results as appropriate. Train junior analysts and team members as needed. Suggest innovative technologies which offer pragmatic enhancements to the bioanalytical department. Collaborate with external vendors for the transfer of bioanalytical methods to support large molecule drug candidates. Track and manage CRO contracts, SOWs, and invoices. Review bioanalytical quality documents to ensure that they meet scientific and global regulatory/compliance requirements. Other duties and responsibilities as required by departmental and business needs. Travel as needed to attend conferences, events and vendor site visits (less than10% travel). Requirement Bachelor's degree in Immunology, Biology, or related field of study. A minimum of 4 years of working experience, including hands-on laboratory experience in the bioanalysis or biotechnology industry. Working experiences with biologics. Experience with external company collaboration. Knowledge of regulatory requirements, including GLP, GCP, ICH and other applicable guidelines for Bioanalytical development in support of clinical trials. Experience with a broad range of bioanalytical platforms and techniques including ELISA, MSD and Flow Cytometry. Strong time management and organizational skills, attention to accuracy and detail, and the ability and willingness to multi-task as needed. This individual will be highly analytical, goal-oriented, and timeline sensitive while maintaining high quality standards. Genuine curiosity and strong desire to continuously learn, grow and develop yourself and others. Benefits We provide comprehensive benefits and resources to support your work, life, and balance. A 401(k) retirement plan with a 10% dollar-for-dollar match. Medical, dental and vision benefits, with Visterra contributing 80% to the monthly premium. A rich mental & behavioral wellness program. Short- and long-term disability programs. Group and voluntary life insurance. Pre-tax flexible spending and commuter accounts. 17 days of personal time, discretionary sick time, and 11 holidays per calendar year. Personal time accrual grows to 22 days after 3 years, with an additional one-time grants of 5 days every 5 years. Twelve weeks of paid parental leave for birth or adoption. A broad fitness reimbursement program. Tuition reimbursement. A variety of employee discounts. Visterra provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

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Sales Office Manager
Harrington Industrial Plastics
location-iconWoburn MA

Brief DescriptionHarrington Industrial Plastics is the leading distributor of industrial plastic piping, serving all industries with corrosive and high-purity applications for 60 years. With over 55 locations, Harrington is a trusted leader in offering versatile products to meet the needs of a multitude of industrial and high purity applications. Harrington’s focus on industry requirements, specifications, and high-quality craftsmanship are what makes us outstanding in this industry. These things, in addition to our dedicated, technically-oriented sales force, and serviceability in virtually every major market in the United States have all contributed to our success.Manage the Inside Sales and Administrative functions to ensure customer needs are metCoordinate daily activity for all warehouse and office support people on behalf of the procurement and supply chain management teamSell industrial products and services to customers who call into the branch by gathering information about their needs, assisting withtechnical information about company products, soliciting orders and suggesting additional products in a fast paced multi-tasking environment.Expand customer base and create new customers by reviewing business directories for potential customers, making cold calls on possible new accounts, following up on leads from vendors and trade showsAdminister credit and collection activities for the branch, ensure credit issues are resoled timelyRequirementsAssociates Degree or equivalent from two year college or technical school; or 1-2 years related sales and/or customer service.experience and/or training in industrial wholesale distribution preferably in the pipe, valve and fitting industry2-3 years of inside sales experienceSummaryWhen it comes to benefits, Harrington has everything you'd expect and much more! Our comprehensive total compensation package is designed to attract and retain the best employees. We consistently search for unique ways to improve our employees overall health; physically, financially and socially!InsuranceMedical plans include PPO and HDHP/HSA with annual company contributionComprehensive dental with orthodontic benefitsVision with Lasik discountsFree 24/7/365 telehealth & concierge benefits with prescription services in (all states) when enrolled on the medical planVoluntary pet care benefits to care for furry family membersVoluntary identity protection against emerging threatsCompany paid life insurance with voluntary personal and dependent election optionsSupplemental insurance options include critical illness, accident and, hospital indemnityEmployee Assistance ProgramShort and Long-Term DisabilityRetirement And Savings401(K) and Roth retirement benefits with 100% match up to 3%, and $0.5 to the dollar for the 2%. Flexible Spending Accounts for Health and Dependent CareWork/Life Balance3 weeks PTO with growing accruals up to 5 weeks/year7 holidays including New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Friday following Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.Jury/Witness DutyBereavementOther PerksSavings on home and auto insuranceCompany wide wellness challenges with opportunities to participate and earn rewards ** Employment offers are contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screening/physical and background investigation **Harrington is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability status, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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Estimator
Barletta Engineering Corporation
location-iconCanton MA

Job DescriptionWe are currently seeking qualified candidates for a heavy civil Estimator position to be based in Canton, MA.Be a part of a company with a 100+ year history of being an industry leader.Help assemble bids for multiple project delivery methods including conventional procurement (Design-Bid-Build) and Design-Build for projects ranging in size from a few million dollars to hundreds of millions of dollars.Work in a team environment to aid in the estimating/bidding process on Heavy/Civil Construction Projects in the public infrastructure market including; highway, roads, bridges, rail, transit, water/wastewater, etc.Have the opportunity for advancement within the company.ESTIMATORCore Responsibilities:Assist Lead Estimator and estimating team in preparing complete quantity take-offs, analysis, estimate, and studies for all items incorporated in the assigned scopeProvide information required for estimating team to perform a constructability analysis through the identification of design and constructability issuesAssist estimating team in developing a value analysis by defining alternatives to the proposed scope that are more cost-efficientAnalyze existing site conditions and all contract documents (plans specifications, etc.) to determine any required scope that is not indicated and report findings to estimating teamPrepare scope requisitions for assigned trades; coordinate with fellow estimators to eliminate scope gaps and overlaps.Work with estimating team to ensure that General Conditions and General Requirement items are properly addressed in the estimateObtain subcontractor/vendor proposals as assigned by Lead EstimatorExperience/Education:BS or MS degree in Engineering, Construction Management or related discipline or equivalent work experienceKnowledge, Skills, and Abilities:Proven written and verbal communication abilitiesProficiency with computer applications, including B2W and Microsoft Office Suite.Ability to read, understand and interpret contract documents, drawings, specifications, scopes of work and project scheduleMust be detail-oriented, organized, flexible, and able to effectively multitask while working in a fast-paced environmentPosses excellent time management and prioritization skills to ensure deadlines are met while providing accurate deliverablesPosses valid driver’s licenseAbility to work extended hours, nights, and weekends as Bid Schedule demandsBarletta offers competitive compensation and benefits including medical and dental insurance, 401(k), profit sharing, paid holidays, and paid time off.Barletta Engineering Corporation is an EEO employer, and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, creed, color, sex, gender, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, medical condition, marital status, sexual orientation, citizenship, or other basis in accordance with federal, state, or local laws or regulations.Company DescriptionBarletta Engineering Corporation is a heavy civil construction company, focused on the construction of roads, bridges, utilities, railroads, and water/wastewater facilities. Founded in 1914 and now in its fourth generation of family ownership and management, the Barletta Engineering Corporation is headquartered in Canton, Massachusetts. It has a professional staff of approximately 120 people.

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Talent Acquisition Manager
Boston Consulting Group
location-iconBoston MA

WHAT YOU'LL DOThe role of the Talent Acquisition Manager is to drive the full spectrum of the recruiting efforts and to fulfill the consulting staff people needs for the Boston office, including event planning and execution, candidate pipeline development, marketing and branding related activities, planning and participating in the interview process, candidate communication and relationship building, and all conversion activities. This role will work with the Boston Recruiting Managing Director and Partners (RMDPs), Boston Recruiting Directors (RDs), North East Talent Acquisition System Lead, Boston Business Management Director, recruiting directors at BCG core schools, and regional recruiting teams to lead and execute the annual recruiting pipeline across OneBCG, entry-level core business consulting (Associates and Consultants) from both campus and experienced hire pools, as well as support Experienced Hire, Digital, and Analytics recruiting efforts for the Boston office.This role will work with the Boston Partners, RDs, and Talent Acquisition team to drive the development of the overall recruiting strategy for the Boston office, the implementation of this strategy, and the management of day-to-day operations of the Boston Talent Acquisition department. To the extent that the recruiting organizational structure and processes require change to ensure that these needs are met, the Talent Acquisition Manager will suggest and implement those changes.This individual reports directly to the North East Talent Acquisition System Lead, but also works closely with the Recruiting Managing Director and Partners (RMDPs), Recruiting Director (RD), and regional Talent Acquisition leadership.YOU'RE GOOD ATDriving the Boston office recruiting strategy development (jointly with TA System Lead, RMDPs, RDs)Overseeing office-specific recruiting efforts in support of annual Consultant and Associate hiring targets:Candidate pipeline developmentSourcing, screening, interviewing, and converting candidates from managed schools/programs, formal channels (e.g., online applications, referrals), and candidates from "alternate" / industry sourcesDecision-round interviewingOfferee conversionResponsible for developing processes and driving change for new initiatives (e.g., short lead time recruiting, ADC recruiting, going deeper at core schools, strengthen presence at other schools, GAMMA/digital recruiting)Manage, lead, and develop the Boston office recruiting team (currently scoped as 3 direct reports)Ensuring diversity, equity, and inclusion strategies and principles are incorporated throughout the steps in the hiring process, from pipeline development to conversion; recommend creative and results-oriented ideas to cultivate a diverse pipelineManaging the recruiting commitments process – e.g., select interview cadres, staff events, ensuring the right mix of consulting staff (tenure, gender, school background), making sure commitments are upheld, managing swaps processDeveloping and maintaining recruiting calendarManaging the annual budget for Boston office recruiting and internship activitiesUsing the recruiting systems to generate correspondence, reports, interview and event invitationsCollecting and analyzing information and data to evaluate the effectiveness of recruiting effortsActing as the main initial contact for candidates for the Boston office; responding and following up with all candidate inquiries; establishing and building relationships with top priority candidatesScheduling, planning, and executing office-specific recruiting eventsCoordinating and executing 1R and DR interviewsMonitoring and screening applicationsLiaising with HR for “on-boarding” of new hires (offer letters, signing bonuses, etc.)Preparing analysis and required reports, utilizing the regional analytics team as necessaryPlanning and executing welcome weekendsEnsuring communication with staff around events (confirmations, logistics, feedback from the event)Managing summer internship programs, including coordination and execution of orientation, training, case staffing, performance evaluation, and affiliation eventsHelping to lead and drive continuous improvement efforts in Boston office recruiting; Working with other offices in the North East to improve recruiting efforts Managing short lead time recruiting efforts for the Boston office in close coordination with the region; working with the regional Experienced Hire recruiting team and executive recruiters to fill Boston-office Project Leader, Principal, or Expert positionsEnsuring recruiting records, global database, and metrics are up to date and accurateUnderstanding and enforcing company and function policies, and managing riskBuilding networks and liaising with peers in other offices as well as regional recruiting to ensure alignment on all initiatives; actively participate in the Talent Acquisition Office Leads team calls, meetings, and joint workSelect specific responsibilities to deliver on above including:Specialist training and engagementDecision round candidate selectionCandidate coaching and feedback, relationship supportConversion strategy and Offeree Captain coordinationOfferee weekend and summer program strategyConversion trackingSpecial analysis / project coordinationPartner and Principal meeting, and Boston staff meeting supportSupporting other Boston office initiatives, such as affiliation and engagementLeading and executing strategic projects as neededYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)Education and experience:Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent required, MBA or other graduate degree strongly preferred6 or more years of previous recruiting, HR or other related experience. Prior professional services recruiting experience is a plusSupervisory/management experience requiredBCG experience strongly preferredConsulting experience or exposure a plusFlexibility and some travel required, particularly around peak recruiting season and planning weeks. Attendance at key evening and weekend events required.Functional and soft skills:Strong organizational skills with strong attention to detail, accuracy, and thoroughness Ability to set priorities, plan workflow and take initiativeAnalytical proficiency; facility with numbersAbility to work effectively with all levels of the organization and work well under pressureAbility to understand and manage complex reporting relationships and incorporate multiple labor laws and culturesStrong interpersonal and communication skills, positive personal and professional image, high standards of professional behavior and ethicsDemonstrated leadership ability; works well as team playerExcellent oral and written communication skills; able to effectively persuade, influence, and negotiateComfortable in resolving conflict and people related issuesAbility to perform successfully in a fast-paced, intellectually intense, service- oriented environment and to interpret rules and guidelines flexibly to enhance the business and in keeping with BCG’s values and cultureDisplay a high degree of flexibility in a demanding, fast-paced, and frequently changing environmentBalance competing priorities while keeping constant sight of overall objectivesDisplay strong service orientation in responding to internal and external customer needsRecognize and maintain confidentialityDisplay self-starting attitude and be proactive; work as a team player; seek and act on feedback as appropriateSelf-motivated, takes initiative, possesses creative problem-solving skills and willingness to offer suggestions for improvement; builds relationships to leverage resourceTechnical skills:Strong computer and database skills: Outlook, Word, Excel (preferred) and PowerPoint (preferred); general computer proficiencyYOU'LL WORK WITHBCG’s HR team works to attract, develop, excite, deploy, and retain the best people in the market. Those in human resources jobs manage the life cycle of all BCG employees—from hiring top talent and developing their skills to rewarding their contributions and supporting career progression and mobility.ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONVACCINE MANDATE:Candidates should be aware that BCG currently maintains a policy requiring all US & Canada based employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Newly hired employees must be fully vaccinated prior to their employment start date. BCG is an equal opportunity employer and will provide a reasonable accommodation to those unable to be vaccinated for medical or religious reasons where it is not an undue hardship to the company to do so as provided under applicable federal, state, provincial and local law.COMPENSATION INFORMATION: Total compensation for this role includes base salary, annual discretionary performance bonus, contributions to BCG’s Profit Sharing and Retirement Fund (PSRF), and a market leading benefits package described below.At BCG, we are committed to offering a comprehensive benefit program that includes everything our employees and their families need to be well and live life to the fullest. We pay the full cost of medical, dental, and vision coverage for employees – and their eligible family members.* That’s zero dollars in premiums taken from employee paychecks.All of our plans provide best in class coverage:Zero dollar ($0) health insurance premiums for BCG employees, spouses, and childrenLow $5 (USD) copays for trips to the doctor, urgent care visits and prescriptions for generic drugsDental coverage, including up to $5,000 (USD) in orthodontia benefitsVision insurance with coverage for both glasses and contact lenses annuallyReimbursement for gym memberships and other fitness activitiesFully vested retirement contributions made annually, whether you contribute or notGenerous paid time off including vacation, holidays, and annual office closure between Christmas and New YearsPaid Parental Leave and other family benefits such as elective egg freezing, surrogacy, and adoption reimbursement*Employees, spouses, and children are covered at no cost. Employees share in the cost of domestic partner coverage.

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Family Support Coordinator
WORK Inc
location-iconBoston MA

Job DescriptionFamily Support Coordinator: Boston, MAWORK Inc. is seeking an exceptional Family Support Coordinator to join our Family Support Services team. We are dedicated to enriching the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families by providing a holistic approach to services. This role will help improve the families and individuals' overall health and well-being through discovery and navigation, training and workshops, social recreation, and community connections. The Family Support Coordinator will work closely with the AVP of Family Support Services to ensure the program runs efficiently and aligns with the goals and mission of the organization. $$$$$ SIGNING BONUS after 90 days $$$$$ Responsible for:Acting as a community ambassador for the program by building relationships with critical community partners and local leaders to foster cross-sector alignment and provide holistic service delivery to individuals with ID/DD and their families.Participating in meaningful and inclusive community engagement by attending local community business consortiums, neighborhood events and hosting vendor tables.Assisting the departmental AVP in developing and coordinating innovative community-based services to individuals and with ID/DD and their families.Supporting and promoting cultural and linguistic diversity that values all individuals and their families by fostering an environment where mutual respect and equality are paramount.Providing a service delivery system that is inclusive and sensitive to all constituents of different nationalities, multicultural groups, races, religions, socio-economic status, genders and sexual orientations, and different types of disabilities and neurodiversity.Developing monthly Recreational Calendars addressing multiple geographical areas.Serving as a Charting the LifeCourse Ambassador for the organization and program to ensure staff are trained and informed in using the Charting the LifeCourse framework and tools.Organizing and conducting advocacy groups, support groups, training, and auxiliary programs.Assisting participating families with accessing and applying for benefits such as food stamps, public housing, fuel assistance and social security.Case management and coordination of services to families and their family members per Family Support Plan.Forming a functioning Family Advisory Council and a mentoring program for the targeted geographical areas for participating members.Provide guidance and support to program participants, as needed.Ensures staff coverage and provides on call coverage when needed.Responsible for writing monthly and quarterly reports.Assisting the AVP with Fundraising activities to create the Center Resource Fund.Assisting in developing and implementing department goals and objectives for serving families and individuals.Evaluating program participants’ satisfaction and responding to consumer feedback by adjusting services as indicated. Job Qualifications:Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Education, Special Education, Social Work, or a related field.Possession of a valid Massachusetts Driver’s License and access to a vehicle in accordance with WORK Inc. policy.Acceptable driving record.Able to work a full-time flexible schedule to meet the needs of the program, including seminal events and some weekends.Experience with and/or knowledge of data collection such as questionnaires, surveys, and focus groups.Experience working with culturally and linguistically diverse families.Strong verbal and written communication skills.  We are seeking applicants who are enthusiastic, energetic, highly organized, detail-oriented and have strong oral and written communication skills. Please, send your resume with a cover letter detailing your academic qualifications, work, and volunteer experience plus any other relevant documentation via email to edasilva@workinc.org  WORK Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer and encourages individuals with disabilities and Veterans to apply. Please contact Karla Jordan at 617-691-1506 if you require any assistance in responding to this advertisement.Company DescriptionNationally recognized as an innovator in developing community-based programs for individuals with disabilities, WORK Inc. is New England's leading agency providing the skills and support services needed to help people with disabilities achieve their career goals. For over 50 years, WORK Inc. has been at the forefront of employment services providing meaningful work and often, the first paychecks for the privileged individuals we serve.WORK Inc. is the largest employer of people with disabilities in the region. The agency has a myriad of programs — Commercial Services, Day-Habilitation, Deaf Services, Family Support, Employment, and Residential Services — which all converge toward one goal: "To make the lives of individuals with disabilities better."Today, WORK Inc. serves over 1500 individuals with all types of disabilities. We are proud to be New England's leader of the Federal AbilityOne contracts, which has 150 individuals with disabilities working in our Federal buildings. Through the program, WORK Inc. provides complete facilities management for many Federal buildings such as the Tip O'Neill Building, Moakley Courthouse, the John F. Kennedy Library, a national landmark, and many others.We operate 23 twenty-four-hour residential sites serving 202 individuals and assists another 100 individuals with its supported living programs. With a current budget of 40 million dollars, WORK Inc.'s dedicated staff and managers continue its mission to provide vocational training and placement services, enhancing the lives of individuals with disabilities and encouraging more independence.WORK, Inc. is positioned for the future and looks forward to continuing its role as a leader and guiding force in the field, ensuring those with disabilities can pursue their goals, hopes, and dreams.

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Full Time Project Specialist
Cambridge Economic Opportunity Committee
location-iconCambridge MA

Job DescriptionEarly 2023, the 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. Building on the success of Cambridge RISE (Recurring Income for Success & Empowerment), a lottery pilot involving 130 families and funded through philanthropic dollars, 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. Rise Up Cambridge aims to address the growing economic divide, maintain a diverse population, and help families recover from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Cambridge Economic Opportunity Committee (CEOC), an anti-poverty community action agency and program partner, is seeking a motivated individual to serve as the Full-Time Project Specialist for Rise Up Cambridge. The Project Specialist will report directly to the Cambridge RISE Project Director. This is a two-year grant funded position. Please include a resume and cover letter with your application.Primary Duties and ResponsibilitiesCoordinate enrollment opportunities through a variety of mechanisms including co-locating services in other community-based organizations, affordable housing developments, libraries and City offices throughout all the neighborhoods in CambridgeLead the outreach process by coordinating town halls and planning and attending community meetings in neighborhoods and locations with concentrations of potential applicantsMaintain records and evaluate the effectiveness of all outreach activities in collaboration with the Cambridge RISE Project DirectorMaintain demographic information to ensure that residents from all areas of the city are enrolling in the projectTrouble-shoot payment issues through the lifespan of the project and periodically review list of participants and communicate payment changes with disbursement partner Serve as the primary point of contact for potential participants and recipients to provide accurate and updated information through 1-1 relationships and produced materialsAssist potential participants in completing applications with required documentation for enrollmentMeet individually with participants when necessary to obtain income, residency and other project required documentation and submit for verificationEnsure that all recipients have access to all of CEOC’s program services, including SNAP and other public benefits, health insurance assistance, free tax preparation, college financial assistance and food pantry servicesSolicit ideas from participants for other services and resources that would support their familiesParticipate in all staff meetings and trainingsOther related duties as assigned by Cambridge RISE Project DirectorRequirements and QualificationsBachelor’s degree preferred 2+ years of professional experience related to poverty, economic policy, or social workRecord of success engaging a variety of stakeholders, including residents and community groups, and demonstrated ability to collaborate with cross-functional staff Exceptional written and verbal communication skills with ease in public presentationsAbility to work both independently and as part of a teamUnderstanding the strength of diversity, and the need for solutions to support all regardless of race, religion, gender, immigration status, or ethnicity Strong personal time management skills and the ability to work under pressure and meet deadlinesBilingual/bicultural strongly preferredCambridge resident and/or knowledge of Cambridge resources and communities highly preferredEvenings and Saturdays requiredPhysical demandsThis position is classified as sedentary work. The physical demands required to perform the essential functions of sedentary work include exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally, and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time. Jobs are sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally. Sedentary work requires about 6 hours of sitting and no more than 2 hours of standing or walking in an 8-hour workday.

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Full Time Project Specialist
Cambridge Economic Opportunity Committee
location-iconCambridge MA

Job DescriptionEarly 2023, the 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.  Building on the success of Cambridge RISE (Recurring Income for Success & Empowerment), a lottery pilot involving 130 families and funded through philanthropic dollars, 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.  Rise Up Cambridge aims to address the growing economic divide, maintain a diverse population, and help families recover from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Cambridge Economic Opportunity Committee (CEOC), an anti-poverty community action agency and program partner, is seeking a motivated individual to serve as the Full-Time Project Specialist for Rise Up Cambridge. The Project Specialist will report directly to the Cambridge RISE Project Director. This is a two-year grant funded position. Please include a resume and cover letter with your application.Primary Duties and ResponsibilitiesCoordinate enrollment opportunities through a variety of mechanisms including co-locating services in other community-based organizations, affordable housing developments, libraries and City offices throughout all the neighborhoods in CambridgeLead the outreach process by coordinating town halls and planning and attending community meetings in neighborhoods and locations with concentrations of potential applicantsMaintain records and evaluate the effectiveness of all outreach activities in collaboration with the Cambridge RISE Project DirectorMaintain demographic information to ensure that residents from all areas of the city are enrolling in the projectTrouble-shoot payment issues through the lifespan of the project and periodically review list of participants and communicate payment changes with disbursement partner Serve as the primary point of contact for potential participants and recipients to provide accurate and updated information through 1-1 relationships and produced materialsAssist potential participants in completing applications with required documentation for enrollmentMeet individually with participants when necessary to obtain income, residency and other project required documentation and submit for verificationEnsure that all recipients have access to all of CEOC’s program services, including SNAP and other public benefits, health insurance assistance, free tax preparation, college financial assistance and food pantry servicesSolicit ideas from participants for other services and resources that would support their familiesParticipate in all staff meetings and trainingsOther related duties as assigned by Cambridge RISE Project DirectorRequirements and QualificationsBachelor’s degree preferred 2+ years of professional experience related to poverty, economic policy, or social workRecord of success engaging a variety of stakeholders, including residents and community groups, and demonstrated ability to collaborate with cross-functional staff Exceptional written and verbal communication skills with ease in public presentationsAbility to work both independently and as part of a teamUnderstanding the strength of diversity, and the need for solutions to support all regardless of race, religion, gender, immigration status, or ethnicity Strong personal time management skills and the ability to work under pressure and meet deadlinesBilingual/bicultural strongly preferredCambridge resident and/or knowledge of Cambridge resources and communities highly preferredEvenings and Saturdays requiredPhysical demandsThis position is classified as sedentary work. The physical demands required to perform the essential functions of sedentary work include exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally, and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time. Jobs are sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally. Sedentary work requires about 6 hours of sitting and no more than 2 hours of standing or walking in an 8-hour workday.

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Global Media Analytics Manager
Boston Consulting Group
location-iconBoston MA

WHAT YOU'LL DOThe Global Media Analytics Manager will be part of the BCG Newsroom, which is part of the Marketing & Communications organization. The BCG Newsroom is the “connecting content and amplification hub” within BCG Marketing & Communications, which interlocks and orchestrates communication and marketing channels globally to leverage BCG’s most important messages. The BCG Newsroom collaborates with local marketing teams as well as Practice Area Marketing for shaping, identifying and amplifying content. The BCG Newsroom acts proactively and stays on top of recent external developments. The Global Media Analytics Manager will play a critical role in the success of the Marketing & Communications team by taking ownership of the external channels data and drawing the right conclusions as well as recommendations out of it. This individual will shape the way BCG uncovers actionable insights from editorial agendas, identifies white spaces and the right target audiences for a successful cross channel and media activation on corporate, campaign and practice area topics.This role will be accountable for, but not limited to, the following:Lead the reporting/insights and analytics strategy for global external communicationsCreate an approach to a data-driven media relations, influencer and storytelling modelBe on top of editorial agendas of key media outlets to be able to make recommendations, test hypothesis and engagement strategiesConnect the dots between BCG’s content production and the media team in terms of content creation and shaping earned strategiesPlay an active part in targeting of thought leadership/company actions to the right audiencesResearch and advise on the tools and technology needed for future analysisEstablish reporting and information sharing cadence with key/senior stakeholders Conduct in-depth evaluations of positioning campaigns, activations, and eventsEstablish and document best practices for reporting that can be leveraged by BCG’s local and PA marketing teamsYOU'RE GOOD ATYou love uncovering insights and telling stories with data. You have the ability to dive deep to unearth findings and the ability to step back and see the big picture. You have a collaborative and transparent working style. You find creative ways to present data to senior stakeholders that is compelling and convincing.YOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)5+ years as a media relations specialist at a PR agency or at corporate communications in a global company5+ years in an analyst role working with marketing performance data (paid, organic, listening, benchmarking)Experience in working with journalists and a proven experience of media engagement and contactsHands on keyboard experience with media analytics, engagement, and reporting tools/technologyBachelor’s Degree in a relevant field of expertise, Master’s Degree, or MBA a plusBackground from journalism school a plusProven experience using data to inform/influence strategic marketing channel decisionsKnowledgeable of communications technology and analytics trends and developments, their practical uses in an integrated comms and marketing contextProven ability to translate complex data sets into easy-to-understand business recommendationsStrong multi-tasker and project jugglerConfident and convincing communicatorYOU'LL WORK WITHThe Global Media Analytics Manager will directly report to the Corporate Newsroom Senior Manager and interface with global and local team members across the company, including leaders of business units and functional leaders (this includes Managing Directors & Partners and peers like other leads and managers within the Marketing & Communications function).ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONTotal compensation for this role includes base salary, annual discretionary performance bonus, contributions to BCG’s Profit Sharing and Retirement Fund (PSRF), and a market leading benefits package described below.Some local governments in the United States require job postings to include a reasonable estimate of base compensation. We expect your total annualized compensation to be approximately the following:In New York City the base salary is between $100,000- $120,000 (USD); placement within this range will vary based on experience and skill levelIn other locations, competitive pay is commensurate with the role and geographyAnnual discretionary performance bonus between 0-16%5% Profit Sharing Retirement Fund (PSRF) contribution, increasing to 10% after two years of service. Contributions are vested immediately and there is no waiting periodAll of our plans provide best in class coverage:Zero dollar ($0) health insurance premiums for BCG employees, spouses, and childrenLow $5 (USD) copays for trips to the doctor, urgent care visits and prescriptions for generic drugsDental coverage, including up to $5,000 (USD) in orthodontia benefitsVision insurance with coverage for both glasses and contact lenses annuallyReimbursement for gym memberships and other fitness activitiesFully vested retirement contributions made annually, whether you contribute or notGenerous paid time off including vacation, holidays, and annual office closure between Christmas and New YearsPaid Parental Leave and other family benefits such as elective egg freezing, surrogacy, and adoption reimbursement*Employees, spouses, and children are covered at no cost. Employees share in the cost of domestic partner coverage.

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Direct Support Staff - Deaf or American Sign Language (ASL) Fluent
WORK Inc
location-iconQuincy MA

Job DescriptionCommunity Training Specialist (CTS-Direct Care)Deaf or Fluent in American Sign Language (ASL)Quincy, Weymouth, and BraintreeFull and Part Time positions (Day, Evening and Overnights)Salary - $20.00/Hr. WORK Inc., one of New England’s most progressive providers of services to adults with disabilities is seeking applications for Direct Care positions in one of our residential programs serving individuals who are deaf and hard of hearing. We welcome applicants with diverse backgrounds and life experience. We are seeking a full time and a part time Community Training Specialists (CTS) who will support individuals served in their own home by promoting independence, while empowering and enhancing their quality of life. Responsibilities include:Assisting clients with completing their hygiene, development of independence, responsibility and self-worthPreparing and implementing program goals, individuals’ service plans, treatment plans, etc.Developing positive relationships with individuals, families, guardians and service providersAssisting clients to obtain appropriate healthcare services and promoting healthy lifestyle choices WORK Inc. offers a full benefits package including Health & Dental Insurance, college tuition remission, paid training, generous vacation & sick time, a wide variety of schedule options and more. Work Inc encourages career advancement from within!The hourly rate is: $20.00/hr.Minimum requirements:Fluent in American Sign LanguageMust be at least 18 years old.Possession of a valid driver's license and acceptable driving record.High School diploma. Interested parties to email resume with cover letter detailing academic qualifications, work plus any volunteer experience to aavram@workinc.org. WORK INC is an equal employment opportunity employer and encourages individuals with disabilities and Veterans to apply.Please contact 617-691-1506 if you require any assistance in responding to this advertisement.  Company DescriptionNationally recognized as an innovator in developing community-based programs for individuals with disabilities, WORK Inc. is New England's leading agency providing the skills and support services needed to help people with disabilities achieve their career goals. For over 50 years, WORK Inc. has been at the forefront of employment services providing meaningful work and often, the first paychecks for the privileged individuals we serve.WORK Inc. is the largest employer of people with disabilities in the region. The agency has a myriad of programs — Commercial Services, Day-Habilitation, Deaf Services, Family Support, Employment, and Residential Services — which all converge toward one goal: "To make the lives of individuals with disabilities better."Today, WORK Inc. serves over 1500 individuals with all types of disabilities. We are proud to be New England's leader of the Federal AbilityOne contracts, which has 150 individuals with disabilities working in our Federal buildings. Through the program, WORK Inc. provides complete facilities management for many Federal buildings such as the Tip O'Neill Building, Moakley Courthouse, the John F. Kennedy Library, a national landmark, and many others.We operate 23 twenty-four-hour residential sites serving 202 individuals and assists another 100 individuals with its supported living programs. With a current budget of 40 million dollars, WORK Inc.'s dedicated staff and managers continue its mission to provide vocational training and placement services, enhancing the lives of individuals with disabilities and encouraging more independence.WORK, Inc. is positioned for the future and looks forward to continuing its role as a leader and guiding force in the field, ensuring those with disabilities can pursue their goals, hopes, and dreams.

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Senior Mechanical Project Manager: Denver Opportunity!
Strait Solutions, LLC
location-iconBoston MA

Job DescriptionWell-established, reputable Mechanical Contractor is ready to add a Senior Mechanical Project Manager to their DENVER, COLORADO team!!Do you have at least 10 years of experience as a Mechanical Project Manager with experience in large projects for the commercial MEP/HVAC construction industry? Do you enjoy the challenge that comes from managing a variety of project types simultaneously, and exceeding expectations while you're at it? Are you ready to join a company that makes you feel like you are part of a family?If sowe want to talk to you!!Education and Qualifications: BS in Mechanical Engineering or Construction Management (or equivalent comparative experience)10+ years of experience managing mechanical construction projectsExcellent leadership, communication, organization, and time management skillsQualified individuals will have experience managing large, multi-million dollar mechanical design-build projects in a variety of commercial sectors, such as: Hospitality, Office, Education. Healthcare, High-end Residential, Multi-Use, etc.Perks Include:Employee appreciation eventsTeam Building activitiesCollaborative Environment that welcomes creative approachesAbove-market salary with opportunity for bonusesComplete benefits packageJob Type: Full-time, salariedSalary: $100K-120K (Based On Experience) Take the next step in your career and APPLY NOW! Questions? Email admin@strtsolutions.comAll applicants will be considered without regard to race, age, color, sex (including pregnancy), religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, military status, genetic information, or any other status protected by applicable laws or regulations. Decisions will be based on qualifications, merit, and business need.

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Senior Knowledge Analyst - Banking Digitization
Boston Consulting Group
location-iconBoston MA

WHAT YOU'LL DOAs a Senior Knowledge Analyst (SKA) in a Client Focused role within BCG's FI Practice Area, you will work in a growing global team, delivering value to FI clients in North America via individual expertise around front-to-back digitization (F2B) in retail banking and/or institutionalized knowledge assets (products, tools, data, workshops, frameworks, surveys, domain-specific data, and related expertise, etc.). You will be primarily staffed on client cases and contribute relevant analysis and insights to help case teams create strong impact for the client. While contributing to client cases, workshops and proposals, occasional travel to serve clients onsite during staffing assignments is expected to understand client requirements, and design / develop solutions.As a Client Focused Senior Knowledge Analyst, you will support commercialization efforts for the topic/sector working for FI clients in North America, in conjunction with business leaders, through contributing analysis and insights to proposals, client workshops and marketing materials. Additionally, as a Senior Knowledge Analyst, you will contribute to developing intellectual property & assets for the business and assist in onboarding and training junior colleagues based on your topic/sector expertise.Financial Institution Practice Area (FIPA) is one of the largest PAs in BCG and caters to large and mid-size FIs across the world. FIPA KT is a ~45-member strong team catering to three segments - Banking, Payments/fintech, and Asset Managers across three regions. The team also works closely with regional topic leaders to help BCG develop a strong proposition in these areas.YOU'RE GOOD AT• Solving client problems through formulating relevant research and/or analytical approaches, particularly as it pertains to optimizing the banking experience• Leveraging your understanding of customer value streams in retail banking to provide solutions to client issues, and help digitize processes from front-to-back• Communicating with case teams and clients team members, in a credible and confident way• Working collaboratively and effectively in a group dynamic often virtual, proficient in agile ways of working• Flexibility and bringing a curious and creative mindset, open to new things and able to propose innovative ideas• Ability to navigate complexity and ambiguityYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)• 2+ years of FI consulting experience – ideally with a strong focus on digitizing retail banking processes using a human-centered design approach; candidates with consulting experience strongly preferred • In lieu of consulting experience, 3+ years minimum banking industry experience required; 4-6+ years of banking industry experience strongly preferred• Strong understanding of the North American retail banking market, key digitization trends, and typical customer value streams in retail banking• Bachelor's Degree required (advanced degree preferred)• Fluency in English • Strong business acumen and problem-solving capabilities• Strong written and verbal communication skillsYOU'LL WORK WITHOur knowledge and research specialists collaborate with global colleagues across BCG to bring expertise and capabilities to the service of our clients. Our team is made up of a diverse pool of knowledge and research positions that allow us to pursue exciting, innovative research careers.ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONTravel is expected and will vary based on project needs.Total compensation for this role includes base salary, annual discretionary performance bonus, contributions to BCG’s Profit Sharing and Retirement Fund (PSRF), and a market leading benefits package described below.Some local governments in the United States require job postings to include a reasonable estimate of base compensation. We expect your total annualized compensation to be approximately the following:In New York City the base salary is between $114,00- $121,400 (USD); placement within this range will vary based on experience and skill levelIn Denver the base salary is between $114,000-$121,400 (USD); placement within this range will vary based on experience and skill levelIn other locations, competitive pay is commensurate with the role and geographyAnnual discretionary performance bonus between 0-12%5% Profit Sharing Retirement Fund (PSRF) contribution, increasing to 10% after two years of service. Contributions are vested immediately and there is no waiting periodAll of our plans provide best in class coverage:Zero dollar ($0) health insurance premiums for BCG employees, spouses, and childrenLow $5 (USD) copays for trips to the doctor, urgent care visits and prescriptions for generic drugsDental coverage, including up to $5,000 (USD) in orthodontia benefitsVision insurance with coverage for both glasses and contact lenses annuallyReimbursement for gym memberships and other fitness activitiesFully vested retirement contributions made annually, whether you contribute or notGenerous paid time off including vacation, holidays, and annual office closure between Christmas and New YearsPaid Parental Leave and other family benefits such as elective egg freezing, surrogacy, and adoption reimbursement*Employees, spouses, and children are covered at no cost. Employees share in the cost of domestic partner coverage.Candidates should be aware that BCG currently maintains a policy requiring all US & Canada based employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Newly hired employees must be fully vaccinated prior to their employment start date. BCG is an equal opportunity employer and will provide a reasonable accommodation to those unable to be vaccinated for medical or religious reasons where it is not an undue hardship to the company to do so as provided under applicable federal, state, provincial and local law.

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Development Manager - Boston
Jeremiah Program
location-iconBoston MA

About Jeremiah ProgramJeremiah Program (JP) offers proven, successful strategies to disrupt poverty for single mothers and their children, two generations at a time. This two-generation approach is unique in its focus on the whole family, positioning JP Moms as the best architects of their own and their children’s futures. With a focus on supporting families and addressing the structural barriers that keep Americans in poverty, JP consistently achieves long-term, sustainable outcomes showing educational, health, and economic gains for our families and their communities.Jeremiah Program is a national organization, headquartered in Minneapolis with campuses in Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Brooklyn, Fargo-Moorhead, Las Vegas, Minneapolis, St. Paul, and Rochester – SE MN. JP is growing and expanding throughout the nation to meet a growing demand for its antipoverty model.Learn more about JP and our work here.Position SummaryThe Development Manager is responsible for managing significant aspects of fundraising and development activities for JP Boston, particularly focused on individual giving, the annual fund, and fundraising events. The Development Manager works to develop and implement strategies for individual donor relationship management (recruit, cultivate, nurture, retain, and steward) to meet the annual and long-term goals of the department and the organization. In collaboration with the campus Executive Director and Operations Manager, the Development Manager provides organization, production, and maintenance of annual fundraising materials and data; and collaborates with key stakeholders on initiatives, while reflecting the Jeremiah mission, and encompassing the values, vision, and purpose of the program.WHAT YOU’LL DO:Individual Giving and Annual Fund LeadershipLead the overall management and implementation of the Annual Giving program, meeting the goal for annual fund dollars raised in support of the general operating budget.Implement fundraising and stewardship activities for Jeremiah Program, including identification, cultivation, and stewardship of potential donors from various internal and external constituent groups.In conjunction with National Advancement Team, participate in the market research, planning, and implementation of activities, appeals, and follow-up for individual donors.Coordinate production and mailings (both electronic and print) of appeals and stewardship initiatives with the Executive Director and National Advancement Team.Develop and oversee the preparation and publishing of all solicitation mailings in collaboration with National Advancement Team members and the Communications Team, when needed.Create and implement a volunteer stewardship plan.Engage in direct donor solicitation through multiple channels, including various social media platforms.Create and manage a matching gift program.Development Operations & Data ManagementEmbody and adhere to development/fundraising best practices, staying up to date on new approaches that ensure the effectiveness of local development operations.Maximize database functionality and ensure JP-wide coordination and consistency by working in close partnership with the Campus Support Team to identify new and better ways of using the database.Use Raiser’s Edge to manage and implement the appeal process and effectively and efficiently guide the prospecting, cultivation, and solicitation of donors.Generate fundraising and donor reports for individual and institutional donors. Conduct research and create reports to identify potential doors, monitor goals and track progress.Collaborate with Boston team members on the integration of Raiser’s Edge in initiatives and strategies.Log entries for donations and send acknowledgement lettersSpecial Events & Stakeholder EngagementCollaborate with the Boston team and the Campus Support Team nationally in the management and implementation of special events, including large annual events or any other signature fundraiser, recognizing the cultivation of donors at all stages.Coordinate and steward corporate and other sponsorship donors for Campus signature events.Attend events that include local campuses as well as JP-wide events.Participate in Development Team meetings, seminars, workshops, events, including Board and Board committee meetings as deemed necessary. Leverage volunteers and interns to increase organizational capacity.Serve as liaison to the Development Team and the overall organizationIncorporate donor, partner, and stakeholder trends, philanthropy, initiatives/events and cultivation into overall organizational goals and objectives.WHO YOU ARE:Mission Alignment. You must believe in and be a passionate advocate for JP’s mission and values. Applicants should have prior experience working within a structured and effective development department and bring an entrepreneurial approach both to their career path and development work.A Relationship Builder. You are genuinely curious about new people and possess strong listening skills. You like learning what motivates people, what inspires their generosity, and makes them feel appreciated. You have the ability to initiate, organize and manage projects, and to interface successfully with colleagues in a collaborative approach.Persistent and Optimistic. You are intrinsically motivated and undaunted by ambitious goals. You have the creativity and tenacity to find your way around a “no” answer to a more productive “not right now,” “maybe,” or best yet, “yes.” You embrace and drive change.Exceptional in Communicating Verbally and in Writing. You demonstrate the ability to inspire commitment and write and edit persuasive materials including successful appeals, proposals, stewardship materials and other collateral. You have excellent presentation and negotiation skills.An Organizational Maven. You can manage across multiple work streams and functions, keeping deadlines and managing complexity by simplifying solutions, systems and processes with clarity and attention to detail. You have an ability to efficiently initiate and complete multiple tasks on time.Adaptable and Flexible. You can handle any curveball, and in fact, you expect them. You can meet deadlines and manage competing priorities. Additionally, you are strategic and have the ability to pivot quickly as priorities shift and the team continues to take shape. You can and are willing to travel if needed.Stakeholder Experience. You have excellent interpersonal skills and an ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a wide variety of stakeholders, including the Community Board of Trustees, staff, volunteers, community groups, and be a fixture in the community who is inspirational and a proactive connector.The Ability to Execute on Fundraising Plans and Strategies That Generate Significant Results. You regularly use data to drive decision-making and reflect on your rigorous and donor centered plans for sustaining and growing your donor base and revenue. You have strong prospect research skills and a solid understanding of moves management.Available to Travel. You are open to traveling every other month or six trips a year.PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE/QUALIFICATIONS:The Development Manager must have great interpersonal skills, an ability to work with a significant volume of highly varying data requiring rigor, a strong understanding of data systems, and ability to thrive in a complex environment.BA/BS in relevant field 3+ years of related professional experience Ability to execute on fundraising plans and strategies that generate significant results and proven track record initiating, stewarding, and moving individual gifts to higher levels of supportPassion for the Jeremiah Program mission and commitment to creating development opportunities that enable the organization to increase its impact and meet goalsStrong prospect research skills and a solid understanding of moves managementGenuine relationship-building skills with the ability to inspire generosity and make prospects and donors feel valuedAbility to utilize data to drive decision-making and reflect on rigorous and donor centered plans for sustaining and growing donor base and revenueAbility to initiate, organize and manage projects, and to collaborate successfully with peers and other key stakeholders in person and remotely across local and national teams Exceptional verbal, presentation and written communication skills with demonstrated ability to write and edit successful and persuasive appeals, proposals, stewardship materials and other collateral. Excellent negotiation skills and positive and patient approach to donor cultivation with the creativity and tenacity to find your way around a “no” answer to a more productive outcome.Highly organized and proactive leadership skills, with the ability to plan strategically and stay on track with a portfolio of donors from prospect to achievement of desired goals.Resourceful problem solver with the ability to shift priorities quickly.Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and donor databases and an ability to learn new technologies that enable effectiveness in the role.A self-development orientation and track record of seeking professional growth.SALARY & BENEFITS:Salaries for people entering this role typically fall between $64,000 to $79,000 and are commensurate with relevant experience and qualifications and in alignment with internal equity. Additionally, we offer medical, dental, vision, and supplemental benefits as well as retirement plans and a generous vacation package.Powered by JazzHRYEc2X9kyJZ

Part Time / Full Time
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Senior Account Manager
Wood Mackenzie
location-iconBoston MA

Company DescriptionWood Mackenzie is the global leader in data, analysis and consulting across the energy, chemicals, metals, mining, power and renewables sectors.Founded in 1973, our success has always been underpinned by the simple principle of providing trusted research and advice that makes a difference to our customers. Today we have over 2,000 customers ranging from the largest global energy companies and financial institutions to governments as well as smaller market specialists.Our teams are located around the world. This enables us to stay closely connected with customers and the markets and sectors we cover. Collectively this allows us to offer a compelling combination of global commodity analysis with detailed local market knowledge.We are committed to supporting our people to grow and thrive. We value different perspectives and aspire to create an inclusive environment that encourages diversity and fosters a sense of belonging. We are committed to creating a workplace that works for you and encourage everyone to get involved in our Wellness, Diversity and Inclusion, and Community Engagement initiatives. We actively support flexible working and are happy to consider alternative work patterns, taking into account your needs and the needs of the team or division that you are looking to join.Hear what our team has to say about working with us:https://www.woodmac.com/careers/our-people/We are proud to be a part of the Verisk family of companies!Job DescriptionThis is an opportunity to join the Sales team for Wood Mackenzie’s Energy Transition Practice (ETP). The ETP Sales team is a dedicated team of specialists passionate about enabling and driving our client’s success through use of our industry leading data and analytics services across power, renewables and energy transition.ETP is a fast-growing business segment for Wood Mackenzie. It is an exciting time to join WoodMac ETP as an Account Manager as we continue to develop and commercialise Lens Power. Lens Power is next generation, data analysis & visualisation platform, utilised by our corporate power & renewables customers to drive billion-dollar decisions.To further enable this growth, we are investing in dedicated account management in EMEARC and Americas for our strategic key accounts. The successful candidates will play a pivotal role in growing our business in this segment across all ETP products and services, embedding Lens Power as the “must have” solution to support customer workflows and managing and supporting diverse stakeholder interfaces geographically and functionally within our strategic accounts to enable shortest possible time to value for our services in support of our customers long term strategic positioning.Our strategic Account Managers will play a pivotal role in growing and embedding Lens as the “must have” solution to support customer workflows. We are looking for individuals who are focused on making an impact, who have a track record of selling complex data/analytic solutions and want to work for a company that has a significant and growing impact in the world.About The RoleWood Mackenzie are looking for enthusiastic, talented and ambitious Account Managers to continue to further grow and embed our solutions into existing and new customers, take responsibility for developing our strategic client relationships and delivering commercial success. We are looking to diversify our talent pool and bring in best practice from other industries and sectors to enable us to reach our ambitious growth targets.The Account Management team is a key driver for sales execution and performance across existing and new accounts. You will be instrumental for the achievement of sales targets as well as the effective use of resources to achieve targets. Your client portfolio will include a diverse set of customers in key Wood Mackenzie markets. This is your opportunity to truly partner with the firm’s critical clients.If this sounds like you, and you seek an opportunity to take your career to the next level in a role encompassing new business development, territory growth, and retention and upsell, then please to get in touch!Main ResponsibilitiesDevelop a deep understanding of the value our solutions provide, the sectors they operate in and the customers buying cycles.Successfully identify key stakeholders within your customers who present the best opportunity for growth. This will be through the sale of the Lens platform as well as the cross-sell and up-sell of other solutions within the portfolio. Pro-actively manage and maximise the commercial growth of the portfolio to aligned with regional priorities Understand product roadmap and look to position new solutions to customers ahead of buying cycles to maximise success.Partner closely with Product to shape the product development roadmap as well as gathering relevant competitive intelligenceRepresents Wood Mackenzie in the market and look to expand brand recognition and be an advocate for Lens and our other solutions in the market.Effective client engagement and understanding of critical client business growth potential and how the Wood Mackenzie suite of products supports the client’s growth Effective team work with the broader organization to include marketing, training, client services, research and consulting.Effectively manage the business pipeline to ensure accurate salesforce forecastingQualificationsHave 7+ years’ experience in an Account Management role in b2b sales of either data or SaaS based solutions.Have experience of value-based selling and developing a deep understanding of customer workflows and needs.An understanding of an agile product development cycleAbility to develop relationships from a C-suite level down to end users and work with clients who have complex and often global organization structuresDemonstrate competency in planning and executing a long-term commercial strategy while also being able to deliver on short-term targetsHave a proven track record in collaborating with different internal teams in order to achieve commercial successYou are entrepreneurial, driven by business performance and motivated by growth - you love looking for and pursuing new business opportunities, or grow existing accountsDemonstrate outstanding judgment in resource utilisation and optimisationBe passionate about growing the business and have a genuine interest in developing and growing themselvesHave an intellectual curiosity and aptitude towards the growing fields of data and data analytics and how these tools help clients solve business critical issuesShow effective organizational and planning skills with the ability to manage own workload effectivelyExperience in power & renewables is a plus, but not requiredAdditional InformationVerisk Analytics is an equal opportunity employer.All members of the Verisk Analytics family of companies are equal opportunity employers. We consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship, sex, gender identity and/or expression, sexual orientation, veteran's status, age or disability.http://www.verisk.com/careers.htmlUnsolicited resumes sent to Verisk, including unsolicited resumes sent to a Verisk business mailing address, fax machine or email address, or directly to Verisk employees, will be considered Verisk property. Verisk will NOT pay a fee for any placement resulting from the receipt of an unsolicited resume.Consumer Privacy Notice

Part Time / Full Time
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IT Demand Analyst Co-Op
UniFirst
location-iconWilmington MA

Job DescriptionThe Demand Analyst Co-Op is responsible for understanding, anticipating, and influencing customer demand for services. In this role you will support two Sr. Demand Managers in the IT organization to manage demand coming in from the business organizations, e.g., Finance, HR, Sales, etc.Responsibilities:Demand intake in JIRA from all stakeholdersEstablish and maintain reporting in JIRA by Organization; Configuration Item; BRM; Tech Lead; etc.Establish materials monthly for the Line of Business executive meetingsEstablish costs of demand types by Organization, Configuration Item, type of demand, etc.Participate in Line of Business meetingsPrioritize demand by Line of Business and cross functionally by applicationSchedule prioritization meetings for each Line of Business; create meeting minutes, follow up on action itemsAttend SCRUM meetings to report out priorities by product ownerQualificationsPursuing a BSA in either MIS, Business Management, or likeMS Excel, MS PowerPoint, OneNoteData reconciliationCreating reports and metricsPresentation skillsMS Outlook; calendaringJIRA preferred but not requiredGreat Communication and Collaboration skillsAbout UniFirst The fabric of UniFirst is woven from its very unique family culture where our Team Partners enjoy a small company feel while taking advantage of the resources and stability that come with being an almost 2 billion-dollar organization. UniFirst is an international leader in the $18 billion-dollar garment services industry. We currently employ over 14,000 team partners who serve 300,000 business customer locations throughout the U.S., Canada, and Europe. We were included in the top 10 of Selling Power magazine's "Best Companies to Sell For" list and recognized on Forbes magazine's "Platinum 400 - Best Big Companies" list. As an 80-year old company focused on annual growth, there's never been a better time to join our team.UniFirst is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate in hiring or employment against any individual on the basis of race, color, gender, national origin, ancestry, religion, physical or mental disability, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, pregnancy, citizenship, or any other factor protected by anti-discrimination lawsUniFirst is an equal employment/affirmative action employer. If you need accommodation for any part of the application process because of a medical condition or disability, please send an e-mail to TalentAcquisition@unifirst.com or call (978) 658-8888 to let us know the nature of your request.UniFirst Recruiters and/or representatives will not ask job seekers to provide personal financial information when submitting a job application. Please be vigilant as such requests for information may be fraudulent.

Part Time / Full Time
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Finance Manager
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Part Time / Full Time
location-iconBoston MA
Job Description

WHAT YOU'LL DO

The North America Financial Planning and Analysis Team (FP&A) focuses on developing content expertise, critical business analytics, strategy development, and financial projections in partnership with senior leaders to drive key business decisions. As a Finance Lead (Manager) you’ll work collaboratively across the FP&A team and with senior leadership in our North America business. You’ll have frequent interactions with senior stakeholders including North America’s CFO, function heads, Managing Director and Partners, and the Regional Chair who heads BCG’s North America business.

This position will perform several critical responsibilities to support and manage Financial Planning and Analysis engagements, including:

  • Lead the NAMR consulting team capacity strategy and planning process
  • Partner with internal functions on capacity outlook and provide decision support to bring thoughtful solutions to data requests
  • Design and deliver capacity performance reporting including variance analysis, KPI tracking, and comparative analysis to benchmarks that will drive key business decisions
  • Create and drive the adoption of improved financial processes and policies through teaming with multiple stakeholder groups to promote best practices across functions
  • Be thought business partner to Regional leadership including CFO, Regional Chair and System Leads
  • As business needs change over time, projects and job responsibilities may change

YOU'RE GOOD AT

  • Supporting leadership and other key customers by performing analysis and effectively communicating key takeaways and recommendations
  • Developing strong, collaborative working relationships with business partners across teams and levels
  • Applying strong analytical skills, judgement, attention to detail, and creativity to effectively solve problems
  • Navigating ambiguity, taking initiative, and prioritizing in a fast-paced, dynamic environment; balancing the needs of multiple stakeholder groups
  • Proactive and resourceful self-starter who takes initiative and ownership
  • Learning new topics and skills with a combination of intellectual curiosity, desire for professional growth, and receptiveness to feedback

YOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)

  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics, Business, or Math; MBA or Master’s degree a plus
  • 5+ years finance-related experience, prior experience in professional services environment a plus
  • Polished written and verbal communication skills; ability to collaborate, iterate and influence
  • Ability to synthesize large datasets and develop and/or pressure test comprehensive analysis to inform the business and drive decisions
  • Proficient in Excel and PowerPoint (ability to train staff on intermediate level)
  • Experience with Business Objects, Alteryx, Tableau, and Hyperion Financial Management a plus

YOU'LL WORK WITH

Members of our finance team are responsible for preserving the intellectual capital, assets, and integrity of BCG. We make a decisive impact on the firm’s direction, performance, and risk-management models. Finance jobs include accounting and reporting, planning and analysis, tax and treasury, financial systems, payroll, and executive compensation.

VACCINE MANDATE:

Candidates should be aware that BCG currently maintains a policy requiring all US & Canada based employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Newly hired employees must be fully vaccinated prior to their employment start date. BCG is an equal opportunity employer and will provide a reasonable accommodation to those unable to be vaccinated for medical or religious reasons where it is not an undue hardship to the company to do so as provided under applicable federal, state, provincial and local law.

COMPENSATION INFORMATION:

Total compensation for this role includes base salary, annual discretionary performance bonus, contributions to BCG’s Profit Sharing and Retirement Fund (PSRF), and a market leading benefits package described below.

At BCG, we are committed to offering a comprehensive benefit program that includes everything our employees and their families need to be well and live life to the fullest. We pay the full cost of medical, dental, and vision coverage for employees – and their eligible family members.* That’s zero dollars in premiums taken from employee paychecks.

All of our plans provide best in class coverage:

  • Zero dollar ($0) health insurance premiums for BCG employees, spouses, and children
  • Low $5 (USD) copays for trips to the doctor, urgent care visits and prescriptions for generic drugs

  • Dental coverage, including up to $5,000 (USD) in orthodontia benefits

  • Vision insurance with coverage for both glasses and contact lenses annually

  • Reimbursement for gym memberships and other fitness activities

  • Fully vested retirement contributions made annually, whether you contribute or not

  • Generous paid time off including vacation, holidays, and annual office closure between Christmas and New Years

  • Paid Parental Leave and other family benefits such as elective egg freezing, surrogacy, and adoption reimbursement


*Employees, spouses, and children are covered at no cost. Employees share in the cost of domestic partner coverage.

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Finance Manager
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Part Time / Full Time
location-iconBoston MA
Job Description

WHAT YOU'LL DO

The North America Financial Planning and Analysis Team (FP&A) focuses on developing content expertise, critical business analytics, strategy development, and financial projections in partnership with senior leaders to drive key business decisions. As a Finance Lead (Manager) you’ll work collaboratively across the FP&A team and with senior leadership in our North America business. You’ll have frequent interactions with senior stakeholders including North America’s CFO, function heads, Managing Director and Partners, and the Regional Chair who heads BCG’s North America business.

This position will perform several critical responsibilities to support and manage Financial Planning and Analysis engagements, including:

  • Lead the NAMR consulting team capacity strategy and planning process
  • Partner with internal functions on capacity outlook and provide decision support to bring thoughtful solutions to data requests
  • Design and deliver capacity performance reporting including variance analysis, KPI tracking, and comparative analysis to benchmarks that will drive key business decisions
  • Create and drive the adoption of improved financial processes and policies through teaming with multiple stakeholder groups to promote best practices across functions
  • Be thought business partner to Regional leadership including CFO, Regional Chair and System Leads
  • As business needs change over time, projects and job responsibilities may change

YOU'RE GOOD AT

  • Supporting leadership and other key customers by performing analysis and effectively communicating key takeaways and recommendations
  • Developing strong, collaborative working relationships with business partners across teams and levels
  • Applying strong analytical skills, judgement, attention to detail, and creativity to effectively solve problems
  • Navigating ambiguity, taking initiative, and prioritizing in a fast-paced, dynamic environment; balancing the needs of multiple stakeholder groups
  • Proactive and resourceful self-starter who takes initiative and ownership
  • Learning new topics and skills with a combination of intellectual curiosity, desire for professional growth, and receptiveness to feedback

YOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)

  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics, Business, or Math; MBA or Master’s degree a plus
  • 5+ years finance-related experience, prior experience in professional services environment a plus
  • Polished written and verbal communication skills; ability to collaborate, iterate and influence
  • Ability to synthesize large datasets and develop and/or pressure test comprehensive analysis to inform the business and drive decisions
  • Proficient in Excel and PowerPoint (ability to train staff on intermediate level)
  • Experience with Business Objects, Alteryx, Tableau, and Hyperion Financial Management a plus

YOU'LL WORK WITH

Members of our finance team are responsible for preserving the intellectual capital, assets, and integrity of BCG. We make a decisive impact on the firm’s direction, performance, and risk-management models. Finance jobs include accounting and reporting, planning and analysis, tax and treasury, financial systems, payroll, and executive compensation.

VACCINE MANDATE:

Candidates should be aware that BCG currently maintains a policy requiring all US & Canada based employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Newly hired employees must be fully vaccinated prior to their employment start date. BCG is an equal opportunity employer and will provide a reasonable accommodation to those unable to be vaccinated for medical or religious reasons where it is not an undue hardship to the company to do so as provided under applicable federal, state, provincial and local law.

COMPENSATION INFORMATION:

Total compensation for this role includes base salary, annual discretionary performance bonus, contributions to BCG’s Profit Sharing and Retirement Fund (PSRF), and a market leading benefits package described below.

At BCG, we are committed to offering a comprehensive benefit program that includes everything our employees and their families need to be well and live life to the fullest. We pay the full cost of medical, dental, and vision coverage for employees – and their eligible family members.* That’s zero dollars in premiums taken from employee paychecks.

All of our plans provide best in class coverage:

  • Zero dollar ($0) health insurance premiums for BCG employees, spouses, and children
  • Low $5 (USD) copays for trips to the doctor, urgent care visits and prescriptions for generic drugs

  • Dental coverage, including up to $5,000 (USD) in orthodontia benefits

  • Vision insurance with coverage for both glasses and contact lenses annually

  • Reimbursement for gym memberships and other fitness activities

  • Fully vested retirement contributions made annually, whether you contribute or not

  • Generous paid time off including vacation, holidays, and annual office closure between Christmas and New Years

  • Paid Parental Leave and other family benefits such as elective egg freezing, surrogacy, and adoption reimbursement


*Employees, spouses, and children are covered at no cost. Employees share in the cost of domestic partner coverage.