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Additional Local Job Opportunities and Upcoming Career Events
  • Part-Time Kitchen Staff
    Hosta Hill is hiring Part Time Kitchen Staff

    Come help us make our delicious ferments! Hosta Hill is seeking kitchen staff for 2022 season. We work Friday and Saturdays in our Pittsfield, MA kitchen packing jars and processing local vegetables. $15/h, 1-2 days/week, generally 9-4/5.

    Ability to do repetitive tasks (we try to mix it up but some days there is no getting around this!)
    Ability to lift 40+ lbs
    Basic knife skills and/or comfortable with a knife
    Ability to work in a fast paced environment

    We are following federal and state guidelines for workplace safety under COVID-19, including social distancing, mask use, and enhanced safety protocols.

    Please email if interested

  • Phoenix Theatres Beacon Cinema; Various Positions

    Phoenix Theatres Beacon Cinema is looking for driven, hardworking and outgoing individuals who communicate well, work well in a dynamic team environment and who are eager to develop a varied set of professional skills. We are looking for individual who want to grow within the company.


    - Competitive Pay Scales - Advancement Opportunities - Fun Work Environment - Flexible Schedule - Free Movies - Eligibility to NATO College Scholarship Programs



    The greeter is responsible for greeting each moviegoer who enters the theatre, assisting moviegoers with any questions or requests, and greeting the moviegoers in their theatre before their film begins. In addition, the greeter is responsible for overseeing the cleanliness of the lobby.


    The cashier is responsible for greeting moviegoers, selling movie tickets, answering the telephone, fielding questions about showtimes and providing details about the films being shown. In addition, the cashier assists the manager by counting cash and performing basic record-keeping duties as directed. This includes keeping a log of all passes redeemed during the cashier’s shift. The cashier is also responsible for selling all food items to theatre moviegoers in a timely and courteous fashion. The cashier participates in food preparation, cleans and stocks the concession area, and assists in cleaning and maintaining the condiment area.


    The usher is responsible for aiding moviegoers, addressing any in-auditorium issues, verifying moviegoers are in the correct auditoriums between shows, helping to maintain the cleanliness of the theatre, kitchen and hallways, and assuring restrooms are clean and well stocked. The usher is also responsible for making sure every person entering the theatre has a ticket, directing moviegoers to the correct auditorium at the appropriate time, and ensuring that the condiment areas and soda machines are clean and well stocked. When necessary, the usher may be required to work as a cashier or greeter.


  • Director of Membership and Development Operations

    JOB TYPE: Full time, non-exempt, 40 hours/week, year-round
    SUPERVISOR: Executive Director


    Berkshire Botanical Garden (BBG) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, membership-supported educational organization encompassing over 24 acres in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Its mission is “to fulfill the community’s need for information, education and inspiration concerning the art and science of gardening and the preservation of our local environment.” Its Membership and Development Department supports this mission through its management of our community of approximately 1,200 members (and growing), by supporting our annual appeals and gift processing, and by assisting the Executive Director and the Board in fundraising and outreach. This year, 2022, marks BBG’s 88th season. 


    BBG’s Director of Membership and Development Operations will be a member of the staff leadership team and will oversee the membership program and development operations, including working with our Communications team to promote the value of membership and the importance of giving. They will be instrumental in enhancing and implementing processes for the sales and fulfillment of memberships and will serve as a chief point of contact for membership inquiries and outreach. In addition, the Director will support the fundraising operations of the Garden by overseeing the annual appeal, providing assistance to the Executive Director in the development of grants and fundraising materials, and by overseeing the gift processing and gift acknowledgement process. The Director will support development events, such as our annual gala and auction and will have the opportunity to collaborate with and support members of the Board of Trustees and other volunteers who are involved in development outreach and other activities of BBG. 


    ● Intuitive, creative approach to membership and development. 3-5 years of experience is preferred. 

    ● Strong organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills. 

    ● Strong writing and editing abilities, preferably with experience in annual appeals and/or grant writing.

    ● An interest in or knowledge of horticulture or public gardens, parks, or arboreta. (Experience with public gardens, cultural, and/or educational non-profit organizations is preferred.) 

    ● Comfort and aptitude with the use of client database software (ie. Salesforce preferred) for contact, donor, and gift management, and with record keeping and reporting. 

    ● Energetic team player who collaborates effectively with staff, board, volunteers, and the general public. 

    ● Strong organizational skills, comfort with managing deadlines, and attention to detail. ● Attendance at occasional after-hours and weekend events is required throughout the year. 


    BBG provides a beautiful and stimulating work environment, with each season highlighting its signature character and charm. The staff of 12-20 (depending on the season) works in various shared office spaces as well as on the grounds and shares a common interest in the environment and the visitor/student experience. BBG is in the early stages of an ambitious master plan that ultimately will include a new visitor center and expanded formal and natural gardens. 


    The salary for this position is commensurate with experience and includes a full benefits package, including a health care reimbursement plan and paid time off. BBG encourages professional development and will help defray costs for staff to attend conferences and workshops throughout the year. Free enrollment in BBG adult community classes and workshops is offered for programs when space is available. 


    Please submit a cover letter and resume to Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

  • Downtown Pittsifeld Ambassador

    Downtown Pittsfield, Inc. (DPI) is hiring for the 2022 Downtown Pittsfield Ambassador Program

    Employment type: Part-time, Seasonal, Non-exempt

    Compensation: $16.00/hour

    Hours: Up to 20 -30 hours a week, subject to available funding

    Number of positions: Four

    Estimated start date: Friday, July 1, 2022

    Estimated end date: Monday, September 5, 2022

    Location: Downtown Pittsfield, Massachusetts

    TO APPLY: Send resume and cover letter by email to, Attention Rebecca Brien, Managing Director, Downtown Pittsfield, Inc., by April 20, 2022. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Positions open until filled.

    A great program starts with great people. We are looking for candidates who are willing to learn, can think on their feet, and who can provide a high level of customer service with a smile and a great attitude. If you take pride in your community and want to work to make it better, then this is the job for you. If you are bright, cheerful, friendly, compassionate, and have a desire to make a difference, you may have what it takes to be a part of the Downtown Pittsfield Ambassador team!

    Job Description for Downtown Pittsfield Ambassadors:

    The Downtown Pittsfield Ambassador Program is a partnership between Downtown Pittsfield, Inc. (DPI) and the City of Pittsfield Police Department (PPD). The program addresses increased visitor presence during the summer and helps to relieve the demand on police presence downtown. The job is twofold:

    Customer Service: The Ambassadors are a welcoming source of information for residents, employees, and visitors. They help visitors find parking, offer directions and wayfinding, and provide information on dining, shopping, and cultural activities.

    Safety: Ambassadors are trained by the PPD in CPR, public safety protocol, and are certified in First Aid. Ambassadors observe street activity and, when needed, call for assistance via police radios, which they are equipped with.

    Ambassadors walk in pairs along North and South Streets between West Housatonic Street and Berkshire Medical Center, as well as First and McKay Streets. The Ambassadors wear a distinctive bright orange T-shirt identifying them as official representatives of Pittsfield and greet everyone with a smile. The goal of the program is to create a welcoming environment for everyone downtown by delivering on DPI’s mission to maintain a clean, safe, and friendly district. 

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Work with the other Downtown Pittsfield Ambassadors, the PPD, and DPI to serve the Downtown Pittsfield community by providing a high level of customer service.
    • Communicate in a friendly manner with employees, residents, and visitors to:
      • exchange accurate information, directions and/or recommendations
      • respond to questions from the public regarding directions, events, building locations, and parking
    • Deal effectively, tactfully, and compassionately with the public and use skill to interact with diverse groups of people regardless of race, color, religious creed, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation (M.G.L. Chapter 151 section 4).
    • Cover assigned areas and be punctual and reliable.
    • Keep sidewalks clear of debris.
    • Prioritize and respond to situations and emergencies.
    • Represent Downtown Pittsfield, Inc. at special events.
    • Interact with downtown businesses and entrepreneurs.
    • Report broken infrastructure, graffiti on private property, etc. and log reported conditions and how they were addressed or resolved.
    • Maintain a positive, professional environment in full compliance with applicable laws, regulations, policies, and procedures.

    Required Qualifications:

    • Positive demeanor and strong communication skills
    • Ability to work and interact with the public in a friendly and professional manner
    • Ability to handle stressful situations, demonstrating diplomacy and tact under pressure
    • Ability to traverse sidewalks for up to eight hours in various outdoor weather conditions
    • Self-motivated with the ability to work under minimal supervision, as well as part of a team
    • Experience using a smartphone
    • Ability to help people operate multi-space parking meters
    • Must be available to work weekdays and weekends through September 5, 2022
    • Must be 18 years of age or older

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Knowledge of Downtown Pittsfield and its business and cultural community
    • Multi-lingual
    • Knowledge of available social services and other resources available to residents and visitors
    • Demonstrated customer service or hospitality experience

    *Please note that candidates must pass a background check (CORI).

    This description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions, it does not proscribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned.

    This is a non-benefited position.

    Downtown Pittsfield, Inc. is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment. We strongly encourage candidates of color, and/or from diverse backgrounds/underrepresented groups to apply.

  • Peer Academic Leaders (PALs)

    The MADE (Multicultural Affairs, Diversity, and Engagement) Center is looking for current BCC students to work 3-6 hours a week completing the following tasks:

    a. Serve as official ambassador of the Academic Success Coaching program,

    b. Serve as a positive role model to students at BCC,

    c. Meet with up to 10 students weekly as a mentor, either individually or in a small-group setting,

    d. Represent BCC during in-person events with mentees,

    e. Provide helpful tips and be a leading example of a successful student,

    f. Always demonstrate a high standard of professionalism with mentees,

    g. Exhibit leadership, initiative, dependability, and pride for Berkshire Community College.

    Qualified applicants must meet the following criteria:

    • be a BCC student, in the SUCCESS program, who has completed at least one semester of academic coursework at the college,
    • is either on-campus or has the ability (and technology) to work remotely
    • is in good standing with the college,
    • be willing to learn and accommodate student needs.

    Positions are from April 4-June 30. Pay is $15/hour.

  • SUCCESS Scholars

    The MADE (Multicultural Affairs, Diversity, and Engagement) Center is looking for current BCC students to work 5-10 hours a week in the MADE Center to promote educational opportunities and research.

    Examples of tasks include the following:

    a. Aiding in the research of what the multicultural center should provide

    b. Researching different multicultural opportunities for BCC

    c. Writing blog posts for the MADE website

    d. Assisting with creating marketing materials for MADE and SUCCESS

    e. Helping create workshops focused on topics in diversity, equity, and inclusion

    Qualified applicants must fulfill the following criteria:

    • be a BCC student, in the SUCCESS program, who has completed at least one semester of academic coursework at the college,
    • is either on-campus or has the ability (and technology) to work remotely,
    • be in good standing with the college (GPA 3.0 or better),
    • have an interest in supporting the college’s diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts,
    • have strong written and oral communication skills.

    Positions are from April 4-June 30. Pay is $15/hour.

  • Home Caregiver

    Be part of an AMAZING home care team!!!!

    We’re seeking a part-time/alternate in-home health aide (Lenox, MA) to join the incredible team caring for our mother who has moderate dementia BUT who is also adorable, fun, funny and has a MEGA sweet tooth!! 😊

    The ideal person is compassionate and respectful and is someone who will provide kind and dependable care.

    Patience, good interpersonal communication skills and flexibility responding to needs are key. You should also have the ability to maintain patience and composure when presented with challenging behavior.

    Our mother needs assistance with the following tasks:

    · Personal care activities including bathing, grooming, dressing, eating, and using the bathroom

    · Mobility assistance including assistance getting in and out of bed, the bathroom, chairs

    · Meal preparation and light housekeeping

    · Administering simple prescribed medications

    Your responsibilities will also include maintaining records of daily activities, reporting any important physical or behavioral changes and engaging through conversation, games, and other forms of entertainment.

    Hours are flexible and can vary based on availability. Salary is negotiable.

    If you are interested and would like to discuss this opportunity, please contact Cheryl at 617-794-8245 or via email at 

  • Seeking Part-Time Breakfast Chef

    Part time Breakfast Chef at 33 Main in Lenox
    Saturday & Sunday 6:30 - 1:30
     Responsibilities would be cooking breakfast for our guests. We only have 8 rooms. It would never be more than 20 people. 
    Menu planning 
    Making Daily Pastry
    Rate is $16/hour

    Interested applicants should contact Donna Hammer at 

  • Head Bookkeeper Wanted


    Full time position available for busy contracting company. Accounting background required. Needs to be proficient in all aspects of Quickbooks, Microsoft Office and email. Must have good work skills and be comfortable with multi-tasking. Very competitive pay based on experience and excellent benefit package. Send resume to: 719 No Main St., Sheffield, MA 01257 or 

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