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Partner Programs Manager, HUBWeek

HUBweek is hiring for a new position! We are looking for a dynamic, self-starter ready to join the Partner Programs unit dedicated to shaping and executing program content, and engaging HUBweek’s network of collaborators in support of programming initiatives.

Now in its fourth year as an innovation festival, HUBweek continues to develop and execute programming to convene, showcase, and celebrate Boston’s innovation. Examples of Partner Programs includes: Open Doors, Robot Block Party, Startup Showcase, and more! As programming evolves and new ideas are proposed, the Partner Programs Manager will be responsible for project management support in the design, curation, and production of such programs. HUBweek also thrives on collaboration -- so it is critical for the team to maintain communication and engagement with HUBweek’s network of collaborators. In this role, the Partner Programs Manager will also be responsible for supporting year round communication to over 100 HUBweek collaborators. 

The Partner Programs Manager will report directly to HUBweek’s Director of Partner Programs, who oversees the design, curation, production as well as collaborative engagement for key partner programs that further HUBweek’s mission; advances our strategic plan; and delivers value to our audience, attendees, sponsors, and network of collaborators. 

Responsibilities for the Partner Programs Manager include:

Program Content:

  • Assist in managing new program development from start to finish, including the use of work plans and other tools to track and monitor progress;
  • Create memos and powerpoint slides to outline and propose new and updated program content and ideas;
  • Research emerging trends and opportunities to shape program content across a range of industries within Boston’s innovation economy; and 
  • Represent HUBweek alongside the Director of Partner Programs, or individually, in meetings with collaborators and prospective collaborators. 

Outreach & Engagement:

  • Support year round programming to engage HUBweek’s network of 100+ collaborators;
  • Recommend to the Director of Partner Programs external stakeholders to partner with HUBweek in the design, curation, production of partner program including showcases and opportunities for collaboration; and 
  • Support calls-for-engagement and the curation process, including operations and organizational management in support of the calls.


  • Bachelor’s Degree required.
  • 1 - 2 years of previous work experience; work experience at a startup, startup environment, or in the innovation economy is a plus.
  • Demonstrates strong communication and presentation skills.
  • Exhibits the following attributes:
  • Deadline-driven, understanding the balance of priorities among projects
  • Self-motivated with ability to take initiative
  • Task oriented with the ability to manage multiple projects at once
  • Creative, open to brainstorming and identifying fresh ideas
  • Highly proficient in Microsoft Office
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