The mission of the Economic Opportunity and Inclusion Cabinet is to make Boston a national model of economic equity for working people, entrepreneurs, businesses, and investors by implementing sustainable solutions that repair economic harm and help build generational wealth for disadvantaged communities, foster local talent and innovative ideas, make city-sponsored opportunities more transparent and accessible, and strengthen the partnership between the City and local organizations, thereby enhancing the quality of life for all Bostonians and the experience for all visitors.
The Open Streets Coordinator will support special events programs in the Office of Tourism, Sports and Entertainment, and will work closely with Boston Transportation Department and Economic Opportunity and Inclusion staff as well as individuals across departments to facilitate events that close down streets to cars and open them up for those walking, biking, rolling and more.
Boston Residency Required
Union/Salary Plan/Grade: Non Union MM2-6
Hours Per Week: 35