BCNC seeks to hire enthusiastic, mission-driven professionals to join our dynamic organization. An ideal candidate is one who is passionate about, and dedicated to, improving the lives of families in our community. BCNC embodies a respectful, collaborative, and supportive work environment, and encourages you to apply for positions within our organization if you value a similar work culture. For more information or to apply for a position, contact email@example.com.
Director of Adult Education
The primary responsibility of the Director of Adult Education is to design, implement, monitor and evaluate adult Education programs at Boston and Quincy sites. S/he is responsible for the overall operation of the Adult Education program, including staff hiring, supervision and evaluation, program planning and development, grant proposal and report writing, fiscal management, meeting state and funder regulatory requirements, record keeping and reporting, and representing the program and BCNC externally.
Red Oak Summer Group Leader
Red Oak is open after school and full days during school vacations, summer, and Boston Public School professional days. During the summer, Red Oak Group Leaders work directly with children, who are divided into five developmental groups.
The Education Coordinator plays a critical role in supporting administration, program development and parent communication. Ideal candidates should be passionate about the Chinatown community as well as working with elementary and middle-school students in an educational setting.
Substitute Group Leader
Red Oak is a licensed school-age child care program which provides care for around 100 children in Chinatown and neighboring communities. Red Oak provides after school learning opportunities, including homework help, arts, literacy, and recreation. Red Oak is open after school and full days during school vacations, summer, and Boston Public School professional days
Pao Arts Center Instructors
The Pao Arts Center invites artists interested in teaching classes geared towards adults or children.
Typically, classes will meet once a week over the course of 4 weeks. Classes for adults should be 1.5 – 2 hours in length while classes for children should be from 1- 1.5 hours long. Example subjects include: Calligraphy, Brush Painting, or Language Learning through Creative Writing. The Pao Arts Center is seeking Asian or Asian Americans to lead weekend culinary art workshops. We are interested in what you have to share with the community!