UPDATE –– THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED.
Currently accepting applications for the position of Healthy Start Community Action Network Coordinator.
Brief Position Summary: The CAN Coordinator—under the direction of the Project Director—has the primary responsibility for developing a CAN meeting structure, procedures, and tools to support planning and implementation of CAN activities. In addition, has the responsibility for coordination and administrative support of several Healthy Start Program components, including data entry, event planning, and outreach assistance. Assist the Project Director and staff in a supportive role to ensure program operations and functions are upheld. Operate cooperatively as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
Education and Training: Bachelor’s degree in human services, sociology, psychology, communications, or comparable field preferred. High school diploma and at least 2 years of experience required.
Qualifications and Experience: Two years of experience, preferably in a non-profit setting, with practice in social service resources and referrals, public relations, and presentation/distribution of printed materials. Sound organizational ability, a high degree of energy, creativity, and initiative. Highly developed interpersonal, oral, verbal, written, and listening skills. Able to perform multiple tasks on computer. Able to coordinate and organize special events. Knowledge and proficiency in a variety of computer programs (i.e., Microsoft Word, Excel, Adobe) and experience with database management. Valid Driver’s License.
If interested in applying for this position, please email resume and cover letter to the Case Manager Supervisor, Tonya Hoover-Quinney, at [email protected]. Applicants who do NOT email Tonya Hoover their resume AND cover letter will NOT be considered for employment.