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Administrative Coordinator

The Admin Coordinator will help manage internal operations and logistical support for our office of 14 staff. Duties include general office administration, HR-related functions, Board of Director and Committee support, program management support, database management, digital and social media management and other technology assistance.  

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Commonwealth Corps Program Assistant

This position is responsible for supporting the successful implementation of the program and assisting the Program Manager with the management of approximately 40 service members and 17 host site partners.  Duties include administrative, programmatic, and communications support.

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The Controller will lead all financial operations of the organization including administering over $10 million in Federal Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) grants annually. Supervising the work of a Finance Manger, the Controller will take responsibility for establishing and enforcing policies and procedures.  The Controller will report to the CEO and work closely with the Director of Programs and the CEO to ensure MSA meets its program and financial goals while complying with all federal and state regulations.

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Program Officer (AmeriCorps State & National Programs)

The Program Officer is a member of the program team and is jointly responsible for coordinating the selection, support, and evaluation of MSA-funded service programs; reporting on progress to primary stakeholders; and managing budgets of and fund transfers to grantees. The Program Officer reports to the Senior Program Officer.

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The Massachusetts Service Alliance (MSA), established in 1991, is a private, nonprofit organization that serves as the state commission on service and volunteerism.


MSA promotes and supports service and volunteerism by investing public and private resources in community-based organizations that rely upon volunteers and people engaged in service to meet their community's needs. We administer the AmeriCorps State program for Massachusetts and the Commonwealth Corps program, as well as support for community service learning, and volunteer generation initiatives. We provide training and technical assistance to organizations to support their volunteer and service member management through one-on-one technical assistance, trainings and workshops throughout the year, and a bi-annual statewide conference on service and volunteerism.