Reporting to the Executive Director, the Pantry Operations Manager is responsible for all aspects of WWCM’s procurement and distribution of food, including pickup, receipt, storage, and distribution of food to community members in need within the WWCM service area. The Manager provides direct assistance to clients, trains and manages volunteers to ensure that daily client needs are met, and oversees facilities needs and safety, and associated equipment and material. This position administers all Food Pantry program records of services and donations.
The Girl Scouts - North Carolina Coastal Pines is seeking an experienced, dynamic Program Director to join our team. The Program Director creates Girl Scout programs that meet the changing needs of the members of the Council, focusing on programs that will result in membership retention. The Program Director ensures implementation of the council strategy with a focus on the consistent leadership development experience for girl members.
The Alamance Partnership for Children is a not-for-profit organization serving young children and families in Alamance County. We are an early childhood initiative designed to ensure that young children enter school healthy and ready to succeed. The Partnership is the local administrator for Smart Start and NC Pre-Kindergarten funds. This position is full-time and exempt.
Under the guidance of The Partnership's Executive Director, the Program Director
NCCJ is adding a new full-time role, Program Associate (PA), to help support our busy and growing program needs, especially as we grow our youth program offerings outside of Guilford County. We’ve received transformative funding to expand our youth programs (Anyday, Youth Leadership Conference, STARR, and Anytown) to the Charlotte Metro area and this role will play a key role in implementation.
Lillian’s List seeks a passionate organizer and trainer to expand our community, support our emerging progressive women leaders and change the face of power in North Carolina!
Lillian’s List is committed to making progressive change in North Carolina, protecting legal abortion, and seeing more women elected to public office. The Program Manager will contribute to our vision by helping identify emerging women leaders and providing the support services needed for our progressive women champions to run, win and lead in North Carolina.
The Producing Coordinator provides critical planning, coordination, and implementation support for Carolina Performing Arts as the organization presents and produces performances, artist residencies, festivals, new works in development, academic engagement, and community collaborations. This position reports to the Assistant Director of Artistic Operations and are responsible for three primary domains of work: project management, event management, and administration. The Producing Coordinator leads and provides support for project teams made up of cross-functional staff and will be responsible for managing team workflow, productivity, and goals. They also serve as hands-on hosts and provide onsite event management support for all CPA-produced events, serving as a critical link between CPA and guest artists/collaborators to ensure the highest quality of service and care for the artist and their team. We are looking to fill this role with someone who is excited to play a vital part in building mutual trust and supporting the cultivation of long-term relationships with artists and other stakeholders!
This is a full-time position focused on supporting CEF’s program staff in Durham and Chapel Hill and guiding program strategy. The Member Services & Programs Manager will represent CEF in city-wide coalitions, provide supervision to CEF’s core program staff, manage data & reporting for Member Services and Advocate programs, and further the mission and vision of the organization as a member of the Executive Leadership Team. This position will have responsibility onsite in Durham and Chapel Hill, with flexibility for some off-site work. This position will report directly to the Executive Director.
The Member Services Coordinator (MSC) position is a part of the core program staff and co-leads CEF’s Durham office. The MSC stewards all services provided to CEF’s Members in the Durham office and works collaboratively with the leadership of CEF’s Chapel Hill program to ensure consistent and equitable services across our two geographies. The MSC also maintains CEF Durham’s relationships with a wide variety of local service providers, and represents CEF in collaborative spaces within Durham County’s human services systems, and will manage special projects specific to the Durham geography. This position works closely with the Durham staff team to support office operations, including providing in-person support in the office several days a week, facilitating and supporting teams of volunteers, supervising staff and interns, and participating in and co-facilitating regular staff team meetings. Some of the MSC’s work may be completed remotely, but most require an in-person presence. When working in the office the MSC is expected to model and hold volunteers and staff accountable to all CEF’s safety procedures associated with COVID-19.
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