The City of Boston is at a historic moment for guiding Boston into the future with the best services, programming, and experiences between residents and city government. Please help us continue to reimagine and reform how we serve Boston residents to ensure our organization is evolving along with our City’s needs, in line with the Mayor’s core value of getting City Hall out of City Hall. Under the supervision of the Chief of Policy and in extensive collaboration across the Mayor’s Office and all City Departments, the Transformation Manager will contribute to a team responsible for leading, implementing, and coordinating transformation efforts beginning with the City’s special events permitting process. While this job will specifically start with the special events project, the role may move on to take other high-priority process transformation projects over time.
The Transformation Manager will work closely with the city government as a subject matter expert, including managing working groups, facilitating internal and external workshops, and synthesizing different perspectives. They will work with a broad set of internal stakeholders across City government and nonprofit organizations, constituents, and community-based stakeholders to seek input and feedback on these efforts and will examine permitting models nationally to help inform Boston’s transformation. This role will be highly influential in developing strategic recommendations and operationalizing them to change the face of permitting within Boston. The Transformation Manager will be responsible for making operational and policy recommendations while implementing these findings into new permanent policies in collaboration with City Departments.
Boston Residency Required.
Hours per week: 35