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Haitan Creole Coordinator
Quincy Asian Resources Inc Under the direction of the Family & Community Services team, the Haitian Community Outreach Coordinator will serve as a liaison between QARI and the Haitian community in Quincy, Randolph, and Greater Boston. The Coordinator will provide translation services and outreach to youth and families, and will work with local public schools to support English Language Learner (ELL) families. This includes providing language translation in school meetings with parents as well as translated flyers, information, and other outreach materials as needed (i.e. SNAP and healthcare information, referrals to English classes, citizenship classes, etc). Candidates must be fluent (speaking, reading and writing) in both English and Haitian Creole.
Third Sector We are looking for highly driven, entrepreneurial, and equity-focused professionals who are deeply passionate about working with government and communities to create a more just and inclusive society. Your primary responsibility will be to work on client engagements focused on using public funding and data as levers to enable government, providers, and their partners to work with and improve the lives of the people they serve.
Associates support the team by meeting with teammates and clients, preparing for client calls, and developing project deliverables by conducting research, writing, and drafting slides. Above all, you will apply your passion for social change and your unique lived experiences to the advancement of our mission.
Coordinator, Career Pathways
EdVestors The Coordinator, Career Pathways, will provide administrative and programmatic support for Career Pathways initiatives, including day-to-day operations management, grantmaking, and collaborating on key efforts including but not limited to New Skills Boston and the Bloomberg Arts Internship (BAI) program.
Development & Events Manager
Safe & Sound Under the direction of the Director of Development & External Affairs, the Development and Events Manager leads the planning and execution of Safe & Sound’s major events, including the annual evening fundraiser, annual golf outing, an awards reception, and other events designed to help meet strategic fundraising objectives. The Development and Events Manager will also manage a portfolio of corporations and foundations, responsible for the cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship involved in securing these gifts for their events. This position collaborates with the Development and Communications Coordinator, Grant Writer and Research and External Affairs Coordinator to meet fundraising goals and increase community engagement. This role is ideal for organized, detail-oriented, personable professionals who enjoy event planning and wish to expand their development experience into grant writing and donor cultivation.
Backbone Leader for the Jackson Hole Community Behavioral Health Initiative
Community Foundation of Jackson Hole The steering committee of the Jackson Hole Community Behavioral Health Initiative is hiring for a full-time position to facilitate ongoing collaboration and coordination among behavioral health groups and other social service providers. The backbone leader position will be employed by the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole and will report to and be managed by the executive committee of the Initiative. For a full job description, visit cfjacksonhole.org/about/careers. Interested candidates may submit their resume and cover letter to Allison.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chief Financial Officer
Child Abuse Prevention Center Under the direction of the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for the management and oversight of the fiscal, human resources, facilities, and information technology operations of the Child Abuse Prevention Center (“CAP Center”). This position is responsible for financial planning, budgeting, federally compliant financial policies and procedures, and timely financial reporting in accordance with Generally Accepting Accounting Principles to management, third parties and the Board of Directors. The position is responsible for developing and maintaining positive professional relationships with the Board of Directors, management, bankers, partner agencies, funders, governmental auditors, and the independent Certified Public Accounting firm responsible for the annual audit. As a member of the executive leadership team, the CFO provides shared leadership and vision to the organization, its employees, and other key stakeholders. The CFO works collaboratively on strategic and tactical management planning and development of CAP center goals and objectives and is responsible for cultivating an agency culture based upon CAP Center values. The ideal candidate is a hands-on leader and has a collaborative and mission-driven approach and will improve efficiency, minimize, and manage risk, strengthen systems across all departments.
Strategies Technical Assistance Specialist
Child Abuse Prevention Center The TA Specialist Technical Assistance (TA) Specialist is assigned to specific counties or OCAP grantees to provide a customized mix of technical assistance to child abuse and neglect prevention and family strengthening partnerships throughout California, including but not limited to, needs assessment, strategic and action planning, leadership coaching, subject matter expertise, outcomes tracking, training, consultation, process consulting and facilitation, case management, and follow-up support appropriate to each TA participant’s needs. The TA Specialist collaborates with local and state-wide organizations to plan and develop integrated county-wide prevention networks that reduce child abuse and neglect and increase protective factors. This position includes frequent travel throughout California.
Family Health Advocate (FHA)
Child Abuse Prevention Center The Family Health Advocate (FHA) is responsible for the provision of BIH social service Case Management and the facilitation and organization of pre-natal and post-natal groups Group Intervention Sessions for BIH participants. All services are conducted in a culturally competent manner and with fidelity to the BIH model. FHA’s support participants in the development and implementation of a Life Plan that is ongoing throughout involvement with BIH. FHAs provide education on numerous topics, including but not limited to, infant safe sleep practices, maternal and infant health, health access and utilization, and the application of effective techniques. FHA’s Page 1 of 6 conduct outreach and use social media to promote BIH and build collaborative partnerships with other programs who serve African American women and their families. FHA’s are also responsible for the administration of tools to participants, collecting information from BIH and SSB participants, accurately entering data into the State of California ETO system and the First 5 Sacramento Persimmony database. All activities are to be delivered with an understanding of African American culture and history. All duties are performed under the supervision, direction, and guidance of the Health Initiatives Senior Project Manager.
Strategic Communications Officer
Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg The purpose of this position is to translate data to multiple communications channels involved in changing systems within the social/political/moral determinants of health to achieve race equity as the theory of change to health equity in Pinellas County using a social determinants of health lens. The role interacts with Learning, Programs, Center, and with the President & CEO (PCEO). This position has the authority to launch efforts across the channels, establish the communication audiences by various channels, and the deployment of all techniques across the channels with a frequency and content that works.
Program Coordinator/Program Associate/Senior Program Associate
The Rippel Foundation RIPPEL IS GROWING!!
The Rippel Foundation has several openings within its program staff: - Senior Program Associate - Program Associate - Program Coordinator
These openings are entry to mid-level career opportunities. The new staff members will join the Rippel Foundation at an exciting moment of transformation and growth, as the Foundation embarks on new strategic objectives that will influence the future of health and wellbeing in communities throughout the nation. We encourage you to apply even if you have experience in some but not all the listed job responsibilities. The Rippel Foundation has a firm commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion and encourages applications from those who will help us become a more inclusive organization.
Director, Community Leadership and Training Institute
NYC Kids RISE NYC Kids RISE seeks an experienced, entrepreneurial, creative and committed individual to serve as our first Director of the Community Leadership & Training Institute. This role will play a pivotal role in operationalizing the vision, content and strategy for the Institute as it launches and grows, including solidifying the organizations’ ability to systematically train and support a variety of stakeholders (e.g. schools, parent/guardians, civic, faith & community based organizations) across the city to implement the Save for College Program.
The Director will report to the Chief Platform Officer and will work in partnership with the leadership team and across the organization to draw on the organization’s five years of experience developing and implementing the Save for College Program in the communities of School District 30. This includes extensive work with community and government partners to develop original content including training materials, workshops, professional development sessions and communities of practice. Check out the link below for more about NYC Kids RISE, the full job description and application instructions.
Deputy Director, Parent Foundations
NYC Kids RISE The Role of Parent Foundations at NYC Kids RISE
Parents/guardians play an integral role in building financial assets and supporting college- and career-going expectations--both for their own children and across their schools, neighborhoods, and other communities to which they belong. Parents/guardians’ first steps toward these goals, once their child has been automatically enrolled in the program (the “3 Building Blocks), are:
Activating and Viewing their child’s NYC Scholarship Account Opening and connecting their own college savings account; and Depositing at least $5 into their connected college savings account. These foundational steps ensure that every family has both an NYC Scholarship Account to which NYC Kids RISE and community members can contribute and a family-owned college savings account to which friends and family can contribute. Additionally, NYC Kids RISE seeks to support parents/guardians to save in the ways that make sense for them and in line with their overall financial health. The Parent Foundations team provides direct support to participating parent/guardians to 1) understand the program and its benefits for their children, 2) take foundational steps by educating them about their savings account options and offering navigational assistance for account opening and first deposits and 3) providing information and connections to resources to support families to save regularly. eputy Director, Parent Foundations
The Deputy Director of Parent Foundations will build out and oversee NYC Kids RISE’s citywide direct parent assistance strategy using a variety of tools to work directly with parents to support completion of the foundational steps. Check out the link below for more about NYC Kids RISE, the position & the application!
Social Contract, LLC As a Social Impact Senior Consultant with Social Contract, you will be managing a team, and leading complex, client-facing projects. The Social Impact Senior Consultant will manage a portfolio of projects to maximize client outcomes. Team management will include setting goals, objectives, and strategies related to projects and problem solving with project leaders as needed.
Overall, a senior consultant is responsible for ensuring our projects are on track to meet our internal bar of excellence for Impact. Depending on the project, this could include a variety of responsibilities, ranging from project scoping, strategic planning, group facilitation, implementation planning and management, and any additional operational support as needed.
At Social Contract, you will be leading and collaborating with a creative, enthusiastic team to drive social change and help Social Contract grow our company.
For more information and to apply for this role, visit https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?t=senior+consultantproject+manager&jk=0f61aa9a37ac869d&_ga=2.76528599.339857361.1650653319-2086895655.1649336147
Community Engagement Manager
UP Partnership Job Summary: Two Community Engagement Manager positions are open supporting 1) the K12/Justice sector and 2) the K12/Youth Development sector. The Community Engagement Manager will advance the UP Partnership impact portfolio relevant to
1) restorative justice and healing by engaging K-12 and Justice partners across the network and collaborative opportunities relevant to the justice sector, including My Brother’s Keeper San Antonio - Restorative Justice and Justice-Involved Youth, the Restorative Practices Collaborative, and Future Ready Plan Implementation; and
2) relevant to youth voice and leadership by engaging K-12 and youth development partners across network and collaborative opportunities relevant to the youth development sector, including Excel Beyond the Bell, Our Tomorrow, Excel Academy, the Our Tomorrow Policy Institute, and Future Ready Plan Implementation.
UP Partnership is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance The Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance (TRSA) sits at the intersection of community partnerships, nonprofits, industry and workforce development initiatives, and PK-20 school systems, shaping, creating, and supporting high-quality STEM education for all.
Under the direction of the VP of Ecosystems, the Continuous Improvement (CID) Manager will assess, monitor, report, and enhance the impact of our organization and the collective partnership of the alliance. Collaborating with other Program Managers and the Community Engagement Manager, the CID Manager has the responsibility of planning data strategies, designing data infrastructure (including agreements), implementing data collection efforts, advancing data literacy across TRSA and its partners, and effectively communicating to measure and improve efforts of TRSA’s key focus areas including Cultivating the STEM Ecosystem, Inspiring and Preparing Students, and Strengthening Educator Capacity. The CID Manager coordinates closely with stakeholders (school districts, institutes of higher education, community organizations, and business/industry) and shareholders (i.e., students and families) to accelerate improvement across the ecosystem.
This CID Manager should be able to process and visualize data using various platforms (i.e., Excel, Tableau, Microsoft Power BI, etc.), report on project progress through project management software, and utilize all aspects of Google suite and Microsoft 365 to communicate effectively internally and externally. Local travel to TRSA-sponsored activities as needed and rare overnight travel.
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Skokie Public Library Skokie Public Library seeks an enthusiastic, knowledgeable HR Generalist to help create an inclusive and engaging environment for a diverse community of staff.
Manager of Institutional Giving
Equal Justice USA Seeking a self-motivated, detail-oriented team player with top-notch writing skills to join our growing Development team. This position will work closely with the Director of Development to identify, cultivate, solicit, and report to primarily foundation supporters, and a small number of government and corporate donors.
Equal Justice USA We are seeking a sharp and committed organizer, advocate, and strategic thinker to join our Violence Reduction Initiative team as our next Strategist in Baton Rouge, LA.
Director. Intercultural Center
Wake Forest University Provides administrative leadership to the Intercultural Center (IC), its staff and operations, educational programs, resources and services. Serves on the leadership team of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion to foster collaboration and strategic alignment through educational programming, student advising and advocacy, strategic planning, policy development, budgeting, assessment and reporting. Supports the university’s efforts to create an inclusive and welcoming environment and has demonstrated experience and progressive responsibility for supporting underrepresented populations.