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Who we Are

We are an independent, non-profit organization that is the convener, voice and advocate of our region's business community. We help our members and Greater Boston succeed by:

  • Connecting business leaders to build meaningful professional relationships
  • Informing the business community on the most important issues facing our region
  • Shaping public policies that sustain Greater Boston's competitiveness
  • Providing leadership development programs that foster professional growth

Join Our Team

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If you're looking to join a dynamic, collaborative team that makes a real difference in Greater Boston, look no further than the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce. We work hard together with one purpose: to make Greater Boston the best place for businesses and people to thrive. At the Chamber, you'll develop critical professional skills and interact with business and civic leaders who are shaping the future of our region. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

Now Hiring: 

Program Manager

We're seeking a creative, enthusiastic, highly detail oriented multi-tasker to take on the role of program manager. Program Managers bring their own creative ideas to Chamber programs – both as part of the programs team and as the manager of their own portfolio of events. Requirements include being a people person who is constantly curious to learn more and try new things. Workdays will be an ever-changing mix of working with key stakeholders like sponsors, speakers, and members, driving and managing event registrations, developing content, and providing support activities. Candidates should have 3-7 years of professional experience in event planning and/or customer service. [Learn more]

Government Relations Manager

The Government Relations Manager supports our public policy function by
being a key lobbyist for the organization, developing outreach strategies, and
communicating with members. The successful applicant will be a driven team player
who will use his/her strong organizational and critical thinking skills to: prioritize
legislative and policy matters for the Chamber’s attention, identify emerging legislative
priorities, and communicate with a broad audience. Over time, the ideal Government
Relations Manager will develop expertise and take ownership of an agreed upon set of
subject matters. [Learn more]