Deadline: until filled
Under the supervision of the Maternal Child Adolescent Health Program Manager, the Program Coordinator fulfills broad program planning and development activities in support of evidence-based and data-driven approaches to improve outcomes for infants and young children, and their families.
NOTE: This is a temporary full time position estimated to last through October 2013. (From COPH Career Services–while a temporary job may not be ideal, it can be a fantastic way to gain experience and network. Also the temporary nature may help students and recent graduates be more competitive, so don’t overlook this one!)
This leadership position convenes multi-disciplinary and multi-sectorial work groups, corresponding to an overarching and collaborative strategic plan to address priorities and improve outcomes for young children. The Program Coordinator is responsible for the communications plan for each work group. The Program Coordinator represents the early childhood systems grant and the interests of infants and young children in a variety of collaborative and stakeholder settings, and integrates early childhood priorities into the work of the MCAH team. The Program Coordinator is responsible for carrying out the federally-funded work plan, attending and providing staff support as needed to the work group co-chairs as needed, disseminating the products and communications of the work groups. The Program Coordinator seeks to align the activities and the priorities of the work groups though education, research-based information, and best practice resources from credible sources. The Program Coordinator carries out a variety of outreach, recruitment, educational, and communications efforts in support of effectiveness of program efforts.
For more information and to apply, visit the NE State Jobs site.