Program(s)

Program Director

LEADERSHIP WINSTON-SALEM
The mission of Leadership Winston-Salem (LWS)– educating, connecting and energizing leaders to serve and improve the community – guides everything we do. LWS operates two programs: Flagship and INSIGHT. Our programs are all about building strong, lasting relationships with other leaders, learning more about our community, and being inspired to make a difference in our community.

LWS has 4.5 positions and an annual operating budget of $465,000. To learn more about LWS, please visit www.leadershipws.org.

Data Scientist

The North Carolina Coalition to End Homelessness (NCCEH) is a growing organization based in Raleigh, NC. We are seeking a full-time Data Scientist. NCCEH is looking for candidates that can excel at common responsibilities and skills contained in the position job description (please see attached). NCCEH hires for positions that have work plans that may change over time based on funding, agency priorities, and staff strengths. This setting allows staff to gain flexible skills while becoming experts in identified work areas.

Project Assistant

The North Carolina Coalition to End Homelessness (NCCEH) is a growing organization based in Raleigh, NC. We are seeking up to two full-time Project Assistants. NCCEH is looking for candidates that can excel at common responsibilities and skills contained in the position job description (please see attached). NCCEH hires for positions that have work plans that may change over time based on funding, agency priorities, and staff strengths. This setting allows staff to gain flexible skills while becoming experts in identified work areas.

Project Specialist

The North Carolina Coalition to End Homelessness (NCCEH) is a growing organization based in Raleigh, NC. We are seeking a full-time Project Specialist. NCCEH is looking for candidates that can excel at common responsibilities and skills contained in the position job description (please see attached). NCCEH hires for positions that have work plans that may change over time based on funding, agency priorities, and staff strengths. This setting allows staff to gain flexible skills while becoming experts in identified work areas.

Women's Reentry Project Director

Interfaith Prison Ministry for Women (IPMW) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with a mission to equip women with the tools and support they need to heal, grow and thrive while in prison and in the communities to which they return. This is an exciting time for IPMW, which will be rebranding and expanding our programming this year. To learn more, please visit our website at www.ipmforwomen.org.

The Women’s Reentry Project (WRP) Director will be a vital part of Interfaith Prison Ministry for Women’s senior leadership team and will enhance our capacity to develop the range of transformational work upon which we are embarking. This a new position, and the successful candidate will be called upon to promote the success of women through various activities. The WRP Director will be a strategic business partner with our Executive Director and work collaboratively with our actively engaged staff and board teams to develop and implement reentry programs and ensure they are in line with IPMW’s strategic and business plans, organizational goals and culture.

Wellness Coordinator

Come join our team of highly motivated and caring professionals dedicated to delivering care that changes military veterans and their families’ lives! We provide personal wellness coordination services through direct client contact, an intensive assessment process, crisis intervention, and ongoing monitoring throughout case following.

Chief Learning Officer

The Chief Learning Officer is responsible for leading, developing, and managing the Center’s capacity building infrastructure and educational programs.  The Chief Learning Officer is a member of the senior leadership team and reports directly to the President/CEO.

 

Professional Responsibilities

 

Education and Capacity Building

Medicaid Managed Care Ombudsman/Health Care Navigator

Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy, non-profit agency that provides legal assistance in civil matters to low-income persons in Charlotte and Western North Carolina, seeks Health Care Navigator/Medicaid Managed Care Ombudsman candidates for multiple positions in its Family Support and Health Care Program beginning February 1, 2021. More information about the Advocacy Center can be found on its web page, www.charlottelegaladvocacy.org.

Program Coordinator

Founded in 1982, the Foundation for Health Leadership & Innovation (FHLI) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization from which programs and partnerships grow to achieve our mission of improving the health of the whole person and whole community. FHLI is a trusted convener and facilitator, creating an open environment for developing collaborative relationships and advancing new ideas and strategies. Through our programs and partnerships, we build leadership, shape practice, affect policy, and drive innovation.