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New Seneca Village is Hiring!

The New Seneca Village two-person team is looking for a Social Ecosystem Program Director to steward, activate and engage the Village's intentional communities within our focus on relationship building, restoration, connection, and visioning.

This is a leadership role for a person who is self-motivated and highly organized, emotionally intelligent, care and service-oriented, and able to create solutions out of questions and generative conversation. This is a 28 hour a week role with limited benefits.

About Us

New Seneca Village is a non-profit nature-based retreat space and ecosystem centered on offering restoration, connection, and visioning experiences, including weeklong residencies, designed with and for Black, Indigenous, cis women, non-binary, and trans feminine leaders of color working to advance racial, economic, and social justice across the globe. 

We are a start-up organization entering its third pilot year. As a result, we require someone able to understand, develop and take ownership of their work within an emerging and adaptive environment.  


We are also an intentionally co-creative team. All of our work is done in collaboration with the

Co-Executive Directors which means that the ideal person is a self-starter comfortable with developing and leading timelines and budgets for their own work in conversation with timelines of other bodies of work for the Village. 

About You

This is a leadership role.

This ideal candidate is able to intentionally develop, lead and enhance our community engagement, traditional and social storytelling and social ecosystem activation and moderation.


We are looking for a person who is emotionally intelligent, service and solution-oriented, and eager to lean into our collaborative team's intention of trust, connection and radical care.

  • 6+ years of relevant work experience, including significant project leadership;

  • Engaged and proactive with a proven ability to listen deeply, remember well, take initiative, and advance a project effectively and efficiently;

  • Responsible, independent worker who takes ownership of their work and is able to hold themselves accountable, in part by developing and following agreed-upon timelines

  • Able to easily understand and incorporate feedback of their work in co-creation with others;

  • Strong and clear verbal and written communicator; 

  • Able and excited to work within a deeply collaborative environment

If this is you, please review our job description here. 

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