Working under the direction of the Executive Director of the Cambridge Commission on the Status of Women (CCSW), the person in this role will be highly motivated with the ability to perform administrative and project coordination duties requiring excellent writing and editing abilities, strong organization capabilities, sound decision-making skills, a willingness to problem-solve, and solid time-management. Confidentiality and the ability to work with diverse individuals and groups is required. The ideal candidate will be mission-driven with the ability to work collaboratively and independently, as needed. A sense of curiosity, self-awareness, and empathy is essential. A commitment to and an engagement with principles of anti-racism, equity, anti-oppression, autonomy, and dignity for women and gender expansive individuals is required. Bachelor’s degree in related field and two to three years of relevant experience, preferably in a non-profit organization, government agency, or a similar setting, or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Demonstrated commitment to advancing equity for women with a sustained dedication to anti-racism and inclusion through previous work, volunteer activities, or advocacy efforts. $56,566-$77,146 annually plus excellent benefits.
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