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Open positions: Family Services Manager; Finance Director; Circle of Parents Child Care;

Job Title: Family Services Manager

Summary: The Family Services Manager directs the implementation of evidence based family support and strengthening programming. These may include Parents as Teachers, Circle of Parents, Triple P, and Attachment and Bio-behavioral Catchup. These services are designed to promote positive parenting, foster children’s healthy development, and enhance access to information and resources for families of young children. The FSM formulates project proposals for internal and external funding, supports and evaluates staff performance and program outcome attainment; and assures grant, outcome, and financial reporting requirements are met. The FSM, in collaboration with lead program staff, develops and oversees – in accordance with model guidelines – implementation plans and procedures for all funded activities.

It is also expected that the FS manager will become trained in one or more models and assist with service delivery of one or more programs.

The FS manager works to support Community Outreach and Education by helping to create broad-based and targeted community education related to Smart Start services and early childhood issues. This includes, but is not limited to, outreach information related to SSNHC services, parenting education, early education, health, and child development. The FSM takes a visible community leadership role, representing the Executive Director in community collaborative efforts, as assigned.

Minimum Education Requirement: Master’s Degree in Social Work, Human or Family Services, Child Development or related field.

Minimum Experience: Five years of experience working in human services, three years of experience in staff supervision and delivery of evidence-based programming. Grant writing, organizational development, and community development experience a plus.

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Please submit cover letter and resume via email only to Jane Morrow at jane.morrow@newhanoverkids.org.


Job Title: Finance Director

Position Responsibilities: Oversee all financial aspects of the organization including the general accounting systems, maintenance of all fiscal controls and standards set forth by SSNHC and the North Carolina Partnership for Children (NCPC); the preparation and management of budgets, and the fiscal monitoring of direct service providers.  The FD serves as the initial contact with financial institutions, oversees employee benefit administration, and provides accurate and timely financial information to the executive staff, officers, auditors, NCPC and Board of SSNHC.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, accounting or business; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Five years of experience in financial management and human resource services; and experience working with nonprofits, grants and cost-allocation systems desirable.

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Please submit cover letter and resume via email only to Jane Morrow at jane.morrow@newhanoverkids.org.


Job Title: Circle of Parents Child Care

Position Responsibilities: Provide a safe, healthy, and nurturing environment for children with and without special needs during Circle of Parents meetings. Implement age-appropriate play and structured activities that enhances learning, self-esteem and strengthen the ability for cooperative play with peers. Every Tuesday evening approximately 5:00-7:30 throughout the school year.

Qualifications:

  • Experience working with children in a group setting.
  • Understand the needs of children who have special needs or special healthcare needs.

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Please submit cover letter and resume via email only to Aimee Allen at aimee.allen@newhanoverkids.org.

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EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT: It is the policy of SSNHC to comply with all federal and state laws concerning the employment of persons with disabilities and to act in accordance with regulations and guidance issued by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).