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Status: For Pilot Year = part-time (25 hours per week). Goal after Pilot: Full Time
Salary: (Pilot part-time, 25 hours/wk) = $35,000
Regular, part-time, exempt
Reports to: Holly Bellebuono, executive director
Location: remote/home office
Hours: flexible, will require evenings and some weekends

  • Serve as the liaison for and be the point-of-contact for MVCCC and all deans, associate deans, presidents and provosts at the community colleges with whom we partner

  • Research and develop new community college partnerships as needed/appropriate

  • Co-develop new curriculum with input from Executive Director and Program Director: Workforce Education

  • Serve as liaison between college consortium and the principals of both local high schools, identifying college class needs based on existing or planned dual enrollment and student interest; develop robust relationships with local school leaders

  • Develop college programming in concert with MVCET’s Strategic Plan, working with ED to develop formal MOUs and agreements with college partners

  • With Youth & Student Services Coordinator, conduct Open Houses and Info Sessions to recruit new students, both for high school students and working adults

  • Manage daily college course offerings, both virtual and  in-person, coordinating with Bristol Liaison and Youth & Student Services Coordinator

  • Work with Operations Manager to ensure smooth delivery of courses (ie., logistics, venue, access to building, rental of classrooms, proper equipment)

  • Periodically attend evening classes to ensure a smooth delivery of content

  • Provide Marketing Coordinator/Director with data and information for advertising and course catalog purposes; assist with marketing and promotion where necessary to increase student enrollment

  • Collect and maintain enrollment data and student demographics for program evaluation and grantwriting purposes

  • Collect and maintain up-to-date information about the policies, procedures, and requirements for each college with which we partner

  • Assist MVCET staff and board members in fundraising, grantwriting, donor recruitment, and philanthropic efforts to sustain the program

Required Experience/Qualifications/Skills

  • 4-year degree required, especially in Education, Business or Public Administration, Education or Development, or Program Development (or equivalent life and work experience)

  • Ability to self-initiate and readily embark on new and necessary projects

  • Willingness to work flexible schedule (including both in-person and remote work, including evenings and some weekends)

  • Excellent interpersonal skills, diplomacy, organization skills, and attention to detail, ability to communicate professionally as an ambassador for our organization

  • Robust ability to collect and analyze data, including financial data and budgets

  • Interest in access to college education and/or the economic vitality of Martha’s Vineyard

  • Strong computer literacy

  • Familiar with spreadsheets such as Sheets/Excel

  • A collaborative team-player mindset; and act as a team player

Preferred Skills

  • Familiarity with Martha’s Vineyard, especially with school systems and districts, and local social and human service providers

  • Master’s Degree in Education, Public Administration, or similar field

  • Familiar with Google and Microsoft Office products, or can self-learn

  • Bilingual English/Brazilian Portuguese

  • Social media, design and email marketing skills

To apply, please EMAIL your resume, cover letter and references to

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Part-time/contract based, donor and philanthropy development. Full description coming soon.

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Seeking marketing contractor or part-time employee. Full description coming soon.

Duties may include:

  • Graphic design
    • Create graphics for our classes and programs each semester (2x per year)
    • Be available to update graphics when details change
    • Create a printed catalog and/or rack card per semester (2x per year)
    • Design printed flyers
  • Social media
    • Post engaging social media stories, photos, graphics etc.
    • Post class promotions up to 3 times per week per semester
    • Promote posts on SM platforms if budget allows
  • Email marketing
    • Create promotional emails on Mailchimp 2-3 times per week
  • Newspaper ad placement
    • Create ads for newspapers (if budget allows) and contact ad sales for placement
  • Newspaper calendar postings
    • Post classes and events, promote if budget allows, update when details change
  • Post “upcoming classes” updates on our website

Ideally, candidates will be active on social media and be familiar with Canva, Adobe InDesign, Mailchimp, Google Drive and WordPress.

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Part-time, 2-3 nights per week. Full description coming soon.