Advocate (Temporary/Immediate Hire)

This is a temporary, full-time position created through a grant with the State of North Carolina, Department of Public Safety, Governor’s Crime Commission. The grant period is for one (1) year with an option for a 2nd year. This position will focus on monitoring and investigating assigned separate public school settings to prevent, detect and address instances of abuse or neglect consistent with Disability Rights NC’s monitoring protocol, including any appropriate follow-up.

Community Organizer

This grassroots organizing position includes outreach to generate leads, and a wide variety membership engagement activities, including one-on-ones, on-going membership meetings,  a full engagement plan for activists, leadership development, and other tactics geared towards building a thriving base and developed leaders.

Organizers will be responsible for engagement, activation and retention of new members, developing a team of leaders, and executing campaign strategy. The responsibilities of the organizer include but are not limited to:

Network Liaison

The National Center for Child Traumatic Stress (NCCTS), co-located at UCLA and Duke University, the coordinating center for the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN), is seeking applicants for the position of NCCTS Liaison. This position is located at Duke University in Durham, NC.

Youth Support Staff

NC Families United is looking for Youth Support staff to assist in our youth programs. The perfect candidate will be a young adult who has experienced life challenges and can grow from them and support other emerging adults ages 14-26. Should have strong communication skills, coordinating skills and be able to work with both youth and the adult professional community. Vehicle necessary, must be able to travel statewide, work some nights and weekends.  Office location Graham, NC.

Training and Dissemination Specialist

Reports to: Training Director 

Occupational Summary: This position encompasses duties related to business and financial operations within the CCFH Training Program including the responsibility for business development, contract management, grant management, and strategic planning. All employees are required to perform in accordance with the Center for Child & Family Health Policies and Procedures Manual. 

Work Performed: 

Business Development and Contracting