Customer Service and Support, Education and Training
4 Year Degree
The American Association of University Women (AAUW), a gender equity advocacy organization, is one of the nation’s leading voices promoting equity and education for women and girls and empowering them to reach their highest potential. What began in 1881 as a group of 18 like-minded women has grown into a powerful grassroots network with more than 170,000 members and supporters, 1,000 local branches, and more than 800 college and university partners across the United States.
Across this broad and lively network, AAUW delivers high-impact and widely respected research, advocacy, educational programs, and philanthropy for women and girls.
Summary Description: The Program Manager oversees the AAUW Work Smart in Boston salary negotiation training initiative while also providing key program support and management for AAUW Leadership Programs and initiatives. The job is located in Boston, MA, with the Program Manager expected to work remotely with AAUW offices in Washington, DC.
Senior Program Manager, AAUW Salary Negotiation Program
Manage day-to-day AAUW Work Smart in Boston program planning and implementation in collaboration with the Boston Mayor’s Office of Women’s Advancement (MOWA).
Coordinate project roles and relationships between MOWA and AAUW staff.
Develop and implement program timelines in consultation with MOWA to meet stated deadlines, including delivery of workshops using a mix of delivery methods.
Execute process for workshop site selection and manage follow-up with all new workshop sites and past sites, including coordination with workshop sites for distribution of AAUW materials.
Execute process for facilitator recruitment in Boston and manage follow-up with facilitators located in the city of Boston.
Support MOWA efforts to promote AAUW Work Smart in Boston.
Maintain ongoing communication with workshop sites and facilitators through conference calls, one-on-one phone calls, and email communication.
Coordinate with AAUW staff to implement facilitator training for AAUW Work Smart in Boston facilitators, including managing facilitator assignments, site preparation, and post-training responsibilities.
Represent AAUW at external events specific to AAUW Work Smart in Boston
Coordinate with AAUW staff to maintain communication with AAUW Work Smart participants including follow-up for AAUW membership.
Serve as a workshop facilitator when necessary.
Support daily operations of AAUW Start Smart and AAUW Work Smart salary negotiation programs.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree required.
Minimum 3-5 years of relevant professional experience in program management.
Demonstrated understanding of relevant community stakeholders in Boston.
Outgoing personality, with experience motivating and managing teams and
Demonstrated history of entrepreneurship, creativity, and problem-solving skills.
Experience working in partnership or coalition with other organizations, as well as collaboratively with teams and individuals.
Ability to work independently and remotely while keeping supervisor and colleagues informed
Experience with effectively marketing and/or promoting projects/programs, including the use of e-mail, web, and social media.
Ability to analyze, synthesize, prioritize, and manage information from multiple
Effective oral communication skills, including presentation/training skills, ability to conduct meetings, balance views and concerns of various constituents.
Flexibility to travel locally and attend evening events.
Compensation and Location:
The salary range for this position is $55,000 to $65,000 and it is offered along with a competitive benefits package. The position is based in Boston, MA.
Submit a résumé with cover letter detailing your interest and qualifications by email with the subject “Salary Negotiation Program Manager” to email@example.com.
AAUW advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research. Our dedicated staff serves a diverse community that breaks through educational and economic barriers so that all women have a fair chance.