The Director of Program Services is one of the most important positions at The Green Chair Project. As part of the leadership team reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Program Services will be responsible for leadership across client programs and services ensuring alignment with the mission and vision of The Green Chair Project, and that the services are achieving the desired outcomes.
Chef Educator Job Description
• The goal of this position is to engage more people in key areas of NC into taking action to prevent gun violence.
• This will be done through organizing gun violence prevention presentations, following up with people attending presentations, connecting with people already in the NCGV database, organizing with local faith leaders and faith bodies
• The organizer will work with both the NCGV Action Fund and the NCGV Education Fund.
The Gallery Finance Coordinator reports directly to the Gallery Director and is responsible for all financial business aspects of the gallery including sales, inventory reports to artists, inventory records, purchase orders, budget management, and tracking. The Gallery Finance Coordinator assists the gallery director with annual budget development. The coordinator works collaboratively with gallery staff and directly with gallery artists, Penland School instructors, visitors, collectors, and other customers, attending to inventory, sales, and information.
The Certification and Special Programs Manager works under the general direction of the Executive Director and has primary responsibility for collaborating with committees, subcommittees and contractors related to The Academy for Professional Development, certification programs and other education initiatives. This includes oversight of or direct support for various committees through event and meeting scheduling, planning/coordinating event activities and certification/renewal management.
The Associate Director of Elementary and Middle School Programming provides direct leadership of the Pioneer Scholars program, a holistic out of school academic enrichment program for elementary and middle school students in Durham. Pioneer Scholars is a free, enrollment-based college readiness program designed to build the skills and foster the intellectual curiosity elementary and middle school students need to excel academically and in life. By targeting academically focused, economically disadvantaged students from the Durham community, this program aims to close academic achievement gaps between students from traditionally underserved backgrounds and their peers. Currently serving 92 students through daily out of school programming, Pioneer Scholars is supported by the work of both certified teachers and volunteers from a number of community partners.
To educate the public about bone health and fracture prevention, the Program Coordinator delivers effective programs through a network of trained Peer Educators. Program coordination includes organizing, recruiting, promoting, training and measuring outcomes. The Program Coordinator handles volunteers and their activities as educators and advocates and is the primary communicator to all stakeholders through the website and social media.
Providing food with dignity and hope…
Are you a passionate leader with a track record of success in building collaborative community relationships and engaging on multiple levels relating to food insecurity and poverty?
The North Carolina Center for Afterschool Programs (NC CAP) at the Public School Forum of North Carolina is a comprehensive statewide afterschool and out-of-school time network. We believe how students spend time outside of school is a determining factor in their success, in school and in life.
Online Helpline Assistant – Part Time
The Orange County Rape Crisis Center’s mission is to stop sexual violence and its impact through support, education, and advocacy. We envision a just and equitable world free of sexual violence and all other forms of oppression. Our values include professionalism, excellence, accessibility, social justice, community involvement, self-care, and empowerment.
The OCRCC seeks 2 PT Online Helpline Assistants. 1 position is reserved for candidates bilingual in English and Spanish.