Program(s)

Early Childhood Specialist

The Early Childhood Specialist is responsible for assisting the Child Care Resource & Referral Coordinator, Lead Technical Assistance Coordinator, NC Pre-K Coordinator, and the Child Care Subsidy Coordinator. In addition, the Early Childhood Specialist will coordinate the Nutrition and Physical Activity and organize all professional development activities.

Qualifications include: B.A. in early childhood education and/or public health, physical education/nutrition, or health nutrition, or related field, serving young children and their families. Three to five years’ experience in providing child care quality enhancement services, or some phase of child care health education, nutrition, and/or physical activity to child care centers. Must have experience in CCR&R, Technical Assistance, and/or NC Pre-K, and/or Child Care Subsidy. Must possess extraordinary computer skills with database management experience. Excellent interpersonal skills are required. Must possess a valid driver’s license.

Food Access Coordinator

Through a two-year grant from the Aetna Foundation and its Healthiest Cities and Counties Challenge The Health Foundation now seeks a Food Access Coordinator to guide these efforts and develop additional upstream approaches to increase access to foods that support healthy eating patterns and improve access to needed health services.

Peer Support Specialist/Case Manager

DESCRIPTION
Interfaith Prison Ministry for Women (IPMW) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization 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. Since hiring the first female Chaplain in the North Carolina prison system in 1980, IPMW has grown to serving more than 500 women each year through chaplaincy programs and services, transition education, reentry support, and community engagement.

a. Specialist, Parent Family & Community Engagement/Governance (Head Start) & b. Specialist, Health, Nutrition & Mental Health (Head Start)

The Specialist, Parent Family Community Engagement/Governance (S-PFCE/Gov) serves as an expert for Save the Children’s Head Start operations in the content area of parent/family/community engagement and local program governance. The S-PFCE/Gov ensures fidelity to the ERSEA, Family and Community Engagement, and local Program Governance (Policy Councils) service requirements of the Head Start Program Performance Standards and other applicable State and federal regulations.

Grassroots Organizer

Student Action with Farmworkers (SAF) is hiring a Grassroots Organizer to coordinate SAF's work supporting organizing and farmworker-led campaigns; coordinate National Farmworker Awareness week and coordinate the Solidaridad academic year internship program.

Director of Programs

Supervisor: President

General Job Description: The Director of Programs will be responsible for developing, planning, organizing, administering and leading WakeEd Partnership programs. Our programs aim at continual growth for students and educators and they currently include literacy/grade-level reading, STEM education and connecting both students and educators to employers and real-world career pathways. Read more here: https://www.wakeed.org/programs/

Family Violence Center Director

Durham Crisis Response Center (DCRC) is seeking a Director for their Family Justice Center (FJC). The Center works from a trauma-informed lens to collaborate with partners to assist victims of domestic and sexual violence at one site.
The Family Justice Center Director:
• provides direct oversight of the DCRC Family Justice Center to ensure proper delivery of services to victims;
• promotes Family Justice Center services in the community;