JOB TITLE: Project Manager, Community Collaborations

REPORTS TO: Senior Director, COAPES ( Community, Outreach, Awareness, Prevention and Engagement Services)


STATUS: Exempt, full-time

SALARY RANGE: $55,000 - $65,000

The Project Manager for Community Collaborations plans and executes partnerships and projects that deepen BARCC’s work within the communities we serve . The primary focus of this position is to manage a federally funded grant project, the MASSCollaboration, to  improve responses and services for survivors with disabilities.  Project partners include the Boston Center for Independent Living, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) and the MBTA Transit Police. This position will manage the overall grant, facilitate meetings, develop curricula and resources, manage the project budget, and ensure completion of all grant deliverables. Additionally, the Project Manager will participate in outreach and training activities as part of BARCC’s Community, Outreach, Awareness, Prevention and Engagement Services (COAPES) team. 

Project Management 40%

  • Plan and oversee all aspects of designated community collaboration

  • Create and manage project workflows ensuring completion of all deliverables by deadlines

  • Monitor project development and make adjustments to projects as needed

  • Evaluate and continuously improve project processes

  • Develop and manage project budget 

  • Diplomatically manage relationships with partner agencies 

  • Communicates and reports  to funder and grant technical assistance provider

  • Manage and complete grant reporting requirements

  • Develop and manage vendor and consultant contracts

Facilitation, Training, and Outreach 30%

  • Plan and facilitate collaboration meetings ensuring that collaboration meetings are accessible and inclusive to all participants 

  • Facilitate meeting ensuring collaboration values are upheld and decisions are made by consensus

  • Deliver trainings to raise awareness about sexual violence and prevention of sexual violence

  • Outreach to communities and organizations in BARCC’s service area

Product Development 30%

  • Write, design and develop a wide-range of products for  internal and external use such as curricula, resource manuals, videos, policies, fact sheets etc in collaboration with BARCC staff and partner agencies

Application Instructions: Please submit all of the following via our online application system:

  • Your resume

  • Cover letter stating your interest and related experience to be considered for this position

 Applications that don’t include the above will not be considered. No phone calls please. The full hiring process will include an initial one-on-one interview, group interview with team members, and final interview with the MASS Collaboration that includes a facilitation skills assessment. Reasonable accommodation provided upon request.