Want to join a growing organization that empowers low-income women through financial education? Use your social service experience to improve women’s lives? If your answer is YES, then YOU may be the right person to introduce our program to Boston.


Reporting to the Executive Director, the Boston Regional Program Coordinator will plan and implement the award-winning Budget Buddies financial literacy program in partnership with city social service agencies. (Read more about our program at www.budgetbuddies.org.)

The ideal candidate will have 3-5 years of experience working in the non-profit sector, be well organized, be able to multi-task, and be able to travel to program locations – while sharing an enthusiasm for the Budget Buddies mission of promoting financial literacy and confidence among low-income women. Your work schedule will include one to two hours in the evening a couple of nights each week, but is otherwise flexible.

As a Regional Program Coordinator, you will:
• Work with Budget Buddies staff to identify partnering agencies
• Work with partnering agencies to set program schedules, ensure programs are staffed with a sufficient number of volunteer coaches, and match coaches with participants
• Identify, recruit, and train program volunteers
• Work with Budget Buddies staff to identify and train qualified workshop presenters
• Schedule and facilitate volunteer information meetings, orientations, and trainings for coaches and presenters
• Schedule and facilitate coaches support meetings and provide on-going support and encouragement to coaches

This is a part-time position at approximately 15 hours per week with the opportunity for growth and additional hours over the next year.

Although workshops and meetings will take places at Boston agencies, this position is otherwise remote. Must be able to attend training in Chelmsford for 10-12 hours per week for the first 4-6 weeks.

Interested? Please contact Chrisanne Douglas, at c.douglas@budgetbuddies.org.



Budget Buddies has an immediate opening for a part time Coaching Coordinator in the Merrimack Valley and Southern New Hampshire.

The ideal candidate will have experience working in nonprofits serving low-income populations, including direct case work with clients, be a strong public speaker, be able to work evenings, and be willing to travel to program locations – while sharing an enthusiasm for the Budget Buddies mission of promoting financial literacy and confidence among low-income women.

This position is 10-15 hours per week, primarily evenings, and would require travel to Lawrence, Andover, Haverhill, and Nashua.


The Coaching Coordinator has primary responsibility for overseeing and supporting the Coaches who provide individual mentoring to participants in our programs. Tasks related to this responsibility include:

  • Run the Volunteer Information Nights, where potential Coaches are introduced to the Budget Buddies financial education program
  • Run the Coaches Orientation, where Coaches are trained as mentors
  • Work with Budget Buddies staff to match Coaches with program participants (“Buddies”)
  • Work with the Program Coordinator to bring Coaches’ concerns to the Partner Agency
  • Facilitate a monthly Coaches’ Exchange, where Coaches share their experiences and questions with each other
  • Maintain regular contact with Coaches and handle issues and questions as they arise.

Position open until filled. Interested candidates should contact Chrisanne Douglas, at c.douglas@budgetbuddies.org