We are currently hiring for two part-time positions! To apply for these positions, we will ask that you upload your resume and answer a number of questions that will help us see if you are a good fit for the role. No cover letter is needed. Click below to see each application! 

If you aren’t a fit for either, we encourage you to keep an eye out for future positions posted here and we are always looking for volunteers if you would like to get involved!

College and Career Advisor for Blackstone Bicycle Works

As the College and Career Advisor, you will be:

youth-focused

  • Listening sensitively to the needs and interests of middle school and high school youths

  • Assisting youth in clarifying their aspirations and identifying the steps to get there

  • Building relationships with youths that allow you to successfully guide them through the decision-making process around high school, college, and a variety of post-secondary possibilities

and resourceful:

  • Being highly impactful with limited contact hours

  • Leveraging your knowledge of opportunities for youth and available resources to make the college and the admissions process more accessible

  • Designing and coordinating individual and group experiences that expose youths to possible pathways, including alternative college program, job training programs, and apprenticeships

Event Support Staff for Division Street City Market

As an Event Support Staff, you will be:

dependable:

  • Providing effective ground security for vendors and shoppers at the farmers market.

  • Completing essential daily tasks such as tracking attendance of vendors and set up/ breakdown for special events and traffic barricades.

  • Contributing to a motivated  team working together for 25 weeks, outdoors, rain or shine.

and service-oriented:

  • Welcoming visitors and vendors to the Division Street City Market answering their questions, and communicating necessary rules and regulations.

  • Receiving direction from and conveying key information to both Experimental Station management and the onsite Market Manager.

  • Being attentive to the many details of running a farmers market, anticipating what is needed for its smooth operation and responding to issues as they arise.

 

Experimental Station provides equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Experimental Station complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment.