Send resume with cover letter that includes an explanation of your interest in the position, a summary of relevant qualifications and experience, and a statement of where you found the opening to Families for Depression Awareness by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications without a cover letter will NOT be considered. Please no phone calls. Equal Opportunity Employer.
Up to 20 hours per week, combination of regularly-scheduled office time in Waltham and various out-of-office commitments, occasional evening and weekend events; in-state day travel to MA schools and colleges.
Healing Families project
Additional opportunities may include videotape projects, webinars, meetings with funders, social media events (e.g., Twitter chat), etc. Other Teen Depression program activities may be assigned.
Our ideal Teen Depression Program Coordinator is a reliable, high-energy young adult who has lived experience with depression or bipolar disorder and is committed to raising awareness about mood disorders among young people and dispelling the stigma of mental health conditions. This person has
Hourly rate of $15 per hour, plus reimbursement for outreach, meeting, and event mileage, tolls, and parking fees. As a part-time employee, the Teen Depression Program Coordinator receives holiday and personal time but is not eligible for health insurance. This is a grant-funded position, with the possibility of renewal after May 2018.