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CommonWealth Kitchen (CWK) is looking for a detail-oriented person to join our team as Finance and Admin Associate. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer or designee, this position plays an essential role in supporting all of CWK’s core finance, administrative and data management and reporting work.
About CommonWealth Kitchen
At CommonWealth Kitchen, food is our passion; equity is our mission.
We are an entrepreneurial nonprofit on a mission to build a new food economy grounded in racial, social, and economic justice. We operate Greater Boston’s only non-profit shared-use commercial kitchen, providing hourly rental to 50+ start-up and early-stage food companies annually, over 75% BIPOC-owned. We also operate a small-batch food manufacturing enterprise which provides outsourced processing to help emerging food businesses scale. To complement our kitchens, CWK offers a wide range of business education and training, mentoring, and coordinated market access, reaching more than 250 diverse food companies annually. We pair this education programming with coordinated market access to help food businesses scale, and advance our mission toward building a food economy grounded in racial, social and economic justice.
The Finance and Administration Associate is an essential part of CWK’s core business operations team, managing organizational finance, administrative functions, data management and reporting. The ideal applicant has excellent organization and communication skills, loves numbers and systems, shares CWK’s commitment to equity and inclusion, and is energized by working in a fast-growing social enterprise.
Working directly with the Chief Operating Officer or designee, the primary responsibilities include:
This is a position for a passionate changemaker who loves systems and structure, is a relentless problem solver, and has the analytical mindset, organizational skills, and attention to detail needed to support our fast-paced, entrepreneurial nonprofit.
Salary, Benefits, Working Conditions
CommonWealth Kitchen anticipates the salary range to be between $50,000 and $65,000/year. CWK offers generous paid time off as well as group health insurance.
The selected candidate will need to work a hybrid work schedule, being on site at our Dorchester facility a minimum of 3-4 days/week, and must have some flexibility for remote evening and/or weekend hours on occasion.
CommonWealth Kitchen is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to integrating diversity, equity, and inclusion into every aspect of our organization. We firmly believe that a diverse staff makes us a more successful organization.
To apply: https://commonwealthkitchen.org/about/careers/
Additional Postings available from CommonWealth Kitchen
Director of Entrepreneurship
Director of Manufacturing Operations
Entrepreneurship Program Manager
Entrepreneurship Program Associate