Chief Program Officer
UTEC, Inc., a nationally recognized model in youth development, is seeking applications and nominations for the position of Chief Program Officer. UTEC’s mission and promise is to ignite and nurture the ambition of our most disconnected youth to trade violence and poverty for social and economic success. UTEC serves proven-risk young adults from the Merrimack Valley cities of Lowell, Lawrence, and Haverhill, MA.
Director of Evaluation and Impact
UTEC is looking for a committed professional dedicated to organizational learning and growth. This person will be responsible for the continued development of UTEC’s evaluation processes. The Director will assume full responsibility to ensure that a consistent culture of reflection and learning exists throughout the agency so that data can best inform and strengthen the quality of our programming.
Senior Director of Learning
This leadership position will oversee curriculum development in both our classroom and workforce settings. The Senior Director will infuse data into the work, have an interest in two-generation approaches, and will supervise a growing team.
UTEC is looking for an energetic, inquisitive and creative systems thinker to join UTEC’s evaluation team to our data- and outcomes-driven culture focused on continuous improvement and learning. UTEC’s evaluation work consists of four major areas: (1) internal data collection, performance management and analysis using Efforts to Outcomes (ETO), a web-based database for UTEC staff to record their work; (2) external partnerships with evaluators; (3) grant reporting and contract management; and (4) primary or secondary research on young adult development and workforce development.
Culinary Innovator / Executive Chef
The Culinary Innovator is responsible for all kitchen and culinary enterprise operations. Duties include, staffing, inventory management, and menu and recipe development. The Culinary Innovator will serve as a liaison between enterprise operations and nonprofit programming.
Mental Health Counselor / Outpatient Clinician (Haverhill)
UTEC, in partnership with NFI, has recently been awarded the Safe and Successful Youth Initiative Grant to provide services to proven-risk young adults in the Haverhill Area. The NFI Clinician is responsible for the provision of counseling services to proven-risk young adults in UTEC’s program, specifically those from the Haverhill area. The program serves young people ages 17-25 who have histories of incarceration or serious criminal and/or gang involvement. The young men have often experienced trauma, and many have diagnosed mental health issues and/or substance use issues.
Food Production Staff (Part-Time)
Producing and packaging food products for wholesale distribution. Working with a diverse group of employees to ensure that all production objectives are met while adhering to the strictest food safety and sanitation standards.
Lead Infant/Toddler Teacher (Full or Part Time)
To create a warm and loving educational classroom where you will lead and coach with classroom co-teacher implementation of a variety of activities within the classrooms; such as Social-Emotional Language, Sensory, Arts & Crafts and Gross Motor.
Streetworker (Outreach Worker) (Full Time)
A Streetworker’s mission has two overall objectives: to develop a peacemaking process between those youth that are most often involved in street violence; and secondly, to connect those young people most overlooked to the services they need.
UTEC’s Transitional Coaches (TCs) provide critical support and services to young people in UTEC’s Workforce Development Program (WFD). They encourage youth to persist in programming and help youth address barriers to attendance and success. They are a critical figure in a youth’s UTEC experience and life.