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NYS-AIMH It’s an exciting time at NYS-AIMH as we continue to build our infant and early childhood mental health (IECMH) workforce capacity in all sectors. NYS-AIMH’s new Executive Director will have the opportunity to build on our organization’s growth and accomplishments over the past 6 years, and lead NYS-AIMH into its next chapter as an important partner for early childhood development.
NYS-AIMH seeks to hire an Executive Director to lead our dynamic, growing organization into the future, helping create a strong and competent workforce for infants, young children and their families. The ideal candidate is an entrepreneurial, collaborative and reflective leader with a passion for working on behalf of young children to support their healthy development. We seek someone who is equal parts strategist and catalyst—an independent and self-motivated executive able to successfully navigate within a diverse community of professionals working with or on behalf of our youngest citizens’ health and well-being.
Nurture the Next Base Pay: $36000.00 - $38000.00 / Year Other Compensation: $500 Training Pay Employee Type: Full Time Exempt Job Category: Social Services, Education, Family Services Industry: Non-Profit, Social Services, Education Manage Others: No
Home Visitor Parent Visitor (HV/PV) in the Healthy Families TN (HFTN) program are responsible for building trusting relationships with families and utilizing this connection to support families in identifying strengths and barriers, accessing resources and obtaining the knowledge and skills to achieve their goals. Home visitors are focused on the health and well-being of parents and their children. HV/PV are cross trained in Nurturing Parenting to facilitate individual or small groups sessions.
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Business Intelligence Analyst and Database Manager (Entry Level)
Nurture the Next Base Pay: $45000.00 - $65000.00 / Year Employee Type: Full Time Exempt Job Category: Information Technology, Social Services, Analyst Industry: Non-Profit, Social Services Manage Others: Yes
The Business Intelligence & Database Manager will gather and analyze data with the purpose of identifying and designing process improvement areas within Nurture the Next. This position manages all organizational databases and is responsible for maintaining agency wide data. This position also supervises our Quality Assurance Specialist.
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KAIMH The purpose of the Project Manager is to significantly impact the development of state capacity related to mental health of young children, their social emotional development, and interaction/attachment with family and other significant adults.
The Project Manager will provide oversight and support to implement the Kansas Child Care Training opportunities, Inc. agreement with KAIMH to support infant and early childhood mental health throughout Kansas.
The Project Manager will work collaboratively with the Endorsement Coordinator, the KAIMH Board, KAIMH Sub-Committees and state partners to develop implementation plans to facilitate Infant Mental Health (IMH) Endorsement® activities including recruitment of IMH Endorsement® applicants, coordinating professional development including reflective supervision groups, and engaging community partners.
IECMH Associate (Part time)
Eliot Community Human Services The MassAIMH/MSPCC Partnership is hiring for a 20 hours a week, part-time IECMH Associate to support administrative systems change and development to support young children and families!
Community Health Worker
Centerstone Centerstone Early Childhood Services is seeking a Community Health Worker (CHW) for Warren and Van Buren counties. The CHW position works directly with program participants to develop and implement Individualized Care Plans, providing case management, health promotion/education, and parenting education.
Fatherhood Engagement Specialist
Centerstone Centerstone Early Childhood Services is seeking a Fatherhood Engagement Specialist for their Federal Healthy Start Tennessee grant counties. Job responsibilities include conducting community outreach to recruit expecting fathers and fathers of children under 18 months of age through fatherhood support groups, community events, and implementation of an evidence-based curriculum.