Job Opening for Projects Manager in Just Beginnings Collaborative (Remote)

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Job Category : Management
Company Name: Just Beginnings Collaborative
Position Name: Projects Manager
Location : Remote
Job Description : Just Beginnings Collaborative Full-time Staff Position: Projects ManagerAbout Just Beginnings Collaborative (JBC)*Just Beginnings Collaborative (JBC) is a donor community that radically resources and incubates transformative analysis through practice of child sexual abuse prevention.We dream of a world in which communities can address, prevent, and transform our understanding of child sexual abuse by centering the lived experience and self-determination of children. JBC exists at the intersections of regranting, theorizing, and activism. We support bold experiments in transformative justice and centering children in order to build an analysis of prevention that accounts for social conditions and illuminates a radically new pathway for philanthropy to resource.*JBC is a fiscally sponsored project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors.Our ValuesTransformative Justice. We define transformative justiceas a flexible approach structured less as a single model and more as a political framework.Transformative justice does not rely on systems (sites for the application of state violence). Instead, those who practice transformative justice respond to violence through strengthening relationships and communities, emphasizing mutual responsibility for addressing the conditions that allow violence to take place, and holding people and communities accountable. The guiding goals for this framework include:1. Survivor safety, healing, and agency2. Accountability and transformation for those who cause harm3. Community response and accountability4. Transformation of the community and the social conditions that create and perpetuate violence – systems of oppression, exploitation, domination, and state violenceSelf-defined safety Until we listen deeply to children and center their experiences, we will not have the entire story of childhood sexual harm or the means of preventing it that truly center and honor children. Children need to participate in creating, defining, and changing the methods we have for keeping them safe.Deep Listening & Cultural Humility Many people who avoid systems involvement have developed ways of caring for one another and addressing harm in their communities. Honoring these ways as vital, wise, and effective is essential to building true prevention.Collective Accountability & Action Violence is not just individual, as we have talked about, it is systemic and has collective impact, and therefore we need collective responses to violence. No one is born knowing how to abuse, torture, rape, those things are taught. We all contribute to a society that enables violence to continue. Violence is a necessary tool to maintain power and oppression, not just an individual abnormality or tragedy. Given the pervasiveness of violence, particularly intimate violence, we need to understand it as a collective impact that requires a collective response. It doesn’t mean that people do not need to be accountable for their actions, but it does mean that we need to understand the context in which that violence is happening.Specificity Over Scalability Even as we address harm in context and refrain from creating one-size-fits-all “solutions.” We commit to building responses that grow from context as opposed to being handed from the top down (which characterizes much of what is available through child welfare institutions and agencies).Planting Seeds We engage with this work with deep patience and a long view.Every encounter is an opportunity to investigate how we are seeding larger movements and the infrastructure it will need to thrive.About the PositionThe Projects Manager will be responsible for the logistical oversight of several interrelated initiatives at JBC. The position’s main roles include relationship building, operationalizing new programming, internal systems creation and administration, workflow facilitation, data and performance management, and some event coordination. The Projects Manager essentially tends the trellis on which JBC’s garden of activities grows up and out into the world. The hired candidate will assist leadership in guiding the many activities of JBC toward its North Star: preventing child sexual abuse through an exploration transformative justice-based community practices and the creative resourcing needed for such work.Duties and ResponsibilitiesEnsures projects and its outputs are planned, managed and delivered in accordance with agreed upon work-plans and objectivesEnsures that the project reflects the values and principles of JBC and its frameworks: transformative justice, Black liberation, queer theory, partnerism, and the self-determination of multiply vulnerable childrenWorks closely and collaboratively with movement leaders in residence as well as PAR research and transformative justice curriculum development consultantsEnsures contract deliverables are met and that the development and execution of the overall project plan is on time and to budgetAssists in logistical planning of transformative engagements with communities/groups and transformative safeguarding trainings with fundersCoordinates internal and external resources for the smooth execution of projectMonitors change to the project scope, schedule and costRecommends systems changes to ensure effective delivery of project objectivesTends to relationships between staff and external consultants and communityTracks project performance and successful completion of goalsAdministers and processes program evaluation toolsCreates and maintain comprehensive project documentationFiscal ManagementTracks project spending and ensures resource allocations are made in accordance with the project budgets and plansWorks closely with JBC fiscal sponsor representatives to track budgets, maintain fiscal records across various platforms, and conduct periodic reportingStipends/grants administration related to residencies and associated operationsKnowledge TranslationPrepares final reports to Co-executive Directors and board membersCreates accessible knowledge translation documentsParticipates in the communication and dissemination of project findings to local, national and international stakeholders.Desired Qualities*Detail-orientedExcellent task-delegation skillsArtful communicatorTranslating relationships into operations (and vice versa)Flexible and creative thinkingSelf-initiatingSelf-reflectiveCommitted to liberation for multiply vulnerable peopleBeginner’s Mind (ability to approach even familiar challenges afresh)*Most importantly, we are seeking someone with a willingness to show up fully and actively participate in creating an organizational culture that aligns with the principles of individual and collective accountability, radical compassion, and an openness to investigating one’s own way of being as a reflection of a worldview.Desired Experience & QualificationsPersonal experience or familiarity with the issue of child sexual abusePersonal experience or familiarity with systems; examples include: being formerly incarcerated, a former foster youth, or having loved ones who are systems-impactedPersonal experience or familiarity with transformative justice (e.g. participating in a transformative justice process, working for an organization using transformative justice principles, participation in transformative justice training events)Experience with managing multiple programs/projectsExperience overseeing logistics for training programsExperience building and implementing operational systems for an organizationsExperience working on a small teamEducational experience relevant to job duties/functions5-7 years of experience in operations and/or project management rolesApplication Process & TimelineAs this is a remote position, we plan on conducting a handful of short, Zoom-based conversations with finalists in early March and a small number of longer Zoom interviews with 2-3 candidates in late March. We anticipate onboarding the ProjectsManager in April 2022. The salary range for this position is $85,000 to $95,000 and includes paid time off, medical, dental, and matching 401k contributions (after six months). JBC considers geographic salary differentials; compensation will be contingent on location.As travel conditions become safer, we anticipate that the Projects Manager will make periodic trips to Oakland and/or Los Angeles to meet with JBC leadership, as well as less frequent trips for convenings and training as the need arises.To apply, please send your resume and your answers to the following questions (in lieu of a cover letter):Why do you want to work for Just Beginnings?What draws you to the issue of child sexual abuse prevention?What draws you to working with a transformative justice lens?Which two qualities from our “desired qualities” list fit with who you are and what you would bring to the position?Which two “desired experiences & qualifications” from our list most align with your experiences and qualifications and why?Based on this job description, what is a challenge you foresee in taking on the role of Projects Manager? How will you address it?Application materials can be submitted through Indeed. Please have the subject line of the email read “[Your Last Name], [Your First Name] Application for JBC Projects Manager.”Job Type: Part-timePay: $85,000.00 – $95,000.00 per yearBenefits:401(k)Dental insuranceHealth insurancePaid time offVision insuranceSchedule:Monday to FridayEducation:High school or equivalent (Preferred)Experience:Project management: 5 years (Preferred)Fundraising & Philanthropy Occupations: 1 year (Preferred)Work Location: Remote
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