About the Role
This person is a self-directed individual with a passion for New England FIRST programs. We are looking for an organized project specialist to set project goals and ensure that the project is completed according to schedule. The project specialist is also responsible for scheduling meetings and documenting project decisions.
To be successful as a project specialist you must have excellent planning skills. The project specialist must also have professional communication skills.
Develop or modify project plans and track their progress
Survey distribution and data collection for grants and programs
Clearly communicate project goals to other team members
Create reports for our management team and presentations for our FIRST community
Build relationships with schools, school districts, and community organizations
Direct calls, invitations to events and activities, creating and joining in existing events and activities to get schools and new teams interested
You will be working closely with a number of the New England FIRST staff, including:
Massachusetts Program Delivery Partners: FLL, FTC and FRC
New England FIRST Staff Team
New England FIRST Senior Mentors
A knowledgeable project manager with excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Excellent planning and time management skills. We are also seeking candidates with the following knowledge, skills, and experience:
BA/BS degree or equivalent combination of technical education and work experience.
Excellent communication skill both orally and in writing
Flexibility to travel around New England depending on the time of the year
Please send a brief cover note and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Company
New England FIRST is a robotics community dedicated to preparing young people for life and the workforce. As we continue to expand FIRST around the New England area, New England FIRST is looking for a motivated individual to become a Project Support Specialist.