The NC Pediatric Society (NCPeds) is a non-profit membership organization representing more than 2,200 members across North Carolina. Our mission is to empower pediatricians and our partners to foster the physical, social, and emotional well-being of infants, children, adolescents and young adults. Since 1931, we have worked with pediatricians across the state on special initiatives, education, and issue advocacy.
About the Fostering Health North Carolina program:
Reporting to the MountainTrue Co-Director the Creation Care Alliance Director is responsible for providing overall direction and faith-based leadership toward attaining the program’s mission, annual goals, and funding. They work closely with the CCA Steering Team and coordinate with MountainTrue staff to accomplish program goals. This position serves as an important bridge across faith, science, nonprofit, and secular organizations by connecting environmental and justice work. A major focus of this role in the coming years is expanding the program’s footprint across MountainTrue’s service area (26 counties) as well as deepening engagement in historically marginalized communities.
Position: Housing Program Manager
Program: Hotel to Home Program
Supervisor: Executive Director
Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5pm
Reinvestment Partners is a nonprofit agency with a mission to foster healthy and just communities by empowering people, improving places, and influencing policy. We address the problems of poverty and social injustice in the areas of food, housing, community development, health, and financial services.
The Director of Community Engagement will lead community connectivity, digital engagement, and program management for Forward Cities’ capacity building programs. This role reports to the Senior Director of Learning Networks and is an integral part of the organization’s Community Innovation department. In this capacity, the role will work closely with our Director of Community Innovation to provide holistic, wrap-around support for our community partners, clients, and local ecosystem builders.
Kidznotes is a cultural catalyst that provides access to joy through music, working in partnership with public schools to honor diversity, embrace collaboration and empower excellence in the daily lives of our students. Kidznotes creates music that energizes limitless social change through a thriving, diverse network of children, families and community partners. Our core values are diversity, rigor, collaboration, empowerment and JOY. We truly believe that, with universal access, the power of music can change the world. At Kidznotes, we are JOY MACHINES!
Job: Stability Housing Coordinator
Reports to: Director of Self-Sufficiency Programs
Classification: Full-time, exempt from FLSA; Participation in 24-hour hotline rotation as primary and/or back-up staff as assigned; other evening and weekend hours may be required.
Benefits: Fully paid health, vision and dental insurance (no employee contribution required for standard plan). Generous Paid Time Off and paid holidays package. Option to participate in 403(b) Retirement Savings Plan.
The Foundation for Health Leadership & Innovation (FHLI) seeks to hire a Senior Program Manager for NCCARE360, the first coordinated care network supported by a public-private partnership between FHLI and the NC Department of Health and Human Services. The Senior Program Manager will serve as a lead member of the NCCARE360 leadership team and is responsible for driving the day-to-day strategies, workflow, and efforts of the program.
About the Position:
The Foundation for Health Leadership & Innovation (FHLI) seeks to hire a Program Specialist for NCCARE360, the first coordinated care network supported by a public-private partnership between FHLI and the NC Department of Health and Human Services. The purpose of the position is to assist the Senior Program Manager and other program participants in the ongoing operations of the NCCARE360 program, as well as helping craft and deliver the story of NCCARE 360 for external audiences.
After studying the impact of childhood trauma (known as adverse childhood experiences or ACEs) on learning and student behavior, the Public School Forum launched the NC Resilience & Learning Project in 2017 to implement whole-school and district-wide strategies to improve the academic performance and social-emotional well-being of students impacted by trauma. The model includes school-wide educator training and ongoing coaching and technical assistance.