Job Opportunities with the TerraCorps Staff Team!

Chief Philanthropy Officer

The Chief Philanthropy Officer (CPhO) is responsible for building a culture of abundance that unleashes TerraCorps’ endless potential to create environmental and social change. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the CPhO owns the process of telling TerraCorps’ story of impact to enlist foundations, corporations, individuals, and alumni as partners in creating the change we seek. As a key member of TerraCorps’ self-managed, cross-functional teams, the CPhO collaborates daily to identify resource needs and lead the creation of financing strategies that maximize the TerraCorps experience for all stakeholders and energize growth into new geographies.

If you’re a person who would thrive in a collaborative start-up atmosphere and wants to put your data analytics skills to use towards environmental and social good, we want to meet you. TerraCorps celebrates difference and embraces the impact that diversity of thought, experience, and identity has on our organization. TerraCorps is an equal opportunity employer. Women, people of color, and LGBTQ individuals are encouraged to apply. Experience with national service, and more specifically, AmeriCorps or TerraCorps experience a plus.

Compensation: up to $60K salary commensurate with experience, Health & supplemental insurance benefits, retirement plan w/company match, FSA, Paid time off (3 weeks vacation, 10 holidays, 8 personal, Sabbatical after 5 years) paid parking, and a flexible schedule.

Interested applicants, please send a cover letter and resume to Maria Infante, Chief People and Culture Officer, at minfante@terracorps.org. No phone calls please.

Data Insights Analyst

The Data Insights Analyst (DIA) is responsible for gathering useful information and getting it into the hands of everybody who needs it to make better decisions. Reporting to the Chief Innovation Officer, the DIA uses the data analytics skill set to collect, analyze, and visualize data from multiple platforms to enable data-driven decision capabilities across financial, fundraising, recruitment, learning experience, and service impact functions. As a key member of TerraCorps’ self-managed, cross-functional teams, the DIA collaborates daily with colleagues, service members, and partners to improve systems for data acquisition and provide evidence-based insights that promote team success.

If you’re a person who would thrive in a collaborative start-up atmosphere and wants to put your data analytics skills to use towards environmental and social good, we want to meet you. TerraCorps celebrates difference and embraces the impact that diversity of thought, experience, and identity has on our organization. TerraCorps is an equal opportunity employer. Women, people of color, and LGBTQ individuals are encouraged to apply. Experience with national service, and more specifically, AmeriCorps or TerraCorps experience a plus.

Compensation: up to $50K salary commensurate with experience, Health & supplemental insurance benefits, retirement plan w/company match, FSA, Paid time off (3 weeks vacation, 10 holidays, 8 personal, Sabbatical after 5 years) paid parking, and a flexible schedule.

Interested applicants, please send a cover letter and resume to Maria Infante, Chief People and Culture Officer, at minfante@terracorps.org. No phone calls please.

Massachusetts Program Co-Director

The Massachusetts Program Co-Director is a key staff member for implementing the TerraCorps program vision on a state-wide scale. Reporting to the TerraCorps Chief Program Officer, the co-director is responsible for working with the program team to successfully implement the TerraCorps service model by building and cultivating strong partnerships and supporting TerraCorps members’ service experience and professional development. The Program Co-Director plays a primary role in managing service member experience and partner relationships for the Massachusetts AmeriCorps program which has 48 members serving at 25 service sites across the state.

As an alternative to conventional management hierarchy, TerraCorps uses a Self-Managed Teams framework to leverage employees’ strengths and distribute decision-making authority. We value collaboration, continuous learning, and flexibility.  The two Massachusetts Program Co-Directors will work together to ensure that all program responsibilities are met and have opportunities to work with other team members on cross-functional projects. Major responsibilities include: program operations, partner relationship management, member support and development, reporting and data tracking, and grant management.

TerraCorps celebrates difference and embraces the impact that diversity of thought, experience, and identity has on our organization. TerraCorps is an equal opportunity employer. Women, people of color, and LGBTQ individuals are encouraged to apply. Experience with national service, and more specifically, AmeriCorps or TerraCorps experience a plus. Compensation: salary of $40K; Health & supplemental insurance benefits, retirement plan w/company match, FSA, Paid time off (3 weeks vacation, 10 holidays, 8 personal, Sabbatical after 5 years) paid parking, and a flexible schedule.

Interested applicants, please send a cover letter and resume to Maria Infante, Chief People and Culture Officer, at minfante@terracorps.org. No phone calls please.