Employment Opportunities

 Regional Early Childhood Alliance Coordinator 

Description: 

  •  Implement Alliance Vision and Goals
  •  Develop and continuously refine Alliance processes and implementation strategies
  •  Partner with Steering Committee to continuously assess and refine data to ensure accountability and impact 
  •  Work closely with Torrington School Readiness Collaborative as a partner building a Regional Early Childhood Alliance 
  •  Coordinate and conduct Alliance Resource Exchange Meetings on a periodic basis
  •  Foster information and best practice sharing among the Alliance members and community partners;
  •  Continuously research and recommend new Alliance members to the network 
  •  Help build trust and alignment across the region’s stakeholders
  •  Relate and convey appropriate Alliance resources to Foundation staff 
  •  Work with Alliance Consultant on relating State policies for children and families to local communities and the region
  •  Maintain positive working relationships with other regional Early Childhood and Family Alliances and Networks
  •  Regularly update Foundation website with Alliance information and resources
  •  Maintain continuous communications with Alliance members
  •  Seek out professional development opportunities to strengthen knowledge of the field and the geographic region
  •  Manage media relations and maximize media opportunities
  •  Ensure effective oversight and integrity of the Alliance’s fiscal matters;
  •  Research funding opportunities and prepare applications to support the work of the Alliance.
  •  Responsibly fulfill additional duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Familiarity with Northwest Connecticut Region, including characteristics of communities and available resources 
  • Excellent Communicator: Experience interviewing and communicating with a variety of individuals from different geographic areas and backgrounds
  • Ability to handle and treat information confidentially
  • Ability to relate effectively with agency staff, residents, students, and the general public
  • Ability to work independently
  • Problem Solver: Navigates challenges with multiple competing interests
  • Flexible, open to change and able to respond to issues in an agile way
  • Ability to work cooperatively with other personnel
  • Ability to work flexible hours, as well as attend morning and evening meetings as needed.
  • Maintain timelines and meet Alliance objectives
  • Detail oriented
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Holds a Bachelor’s Degree or higher

Reports to:    Director of Grants & Program
Supervises:   TBD 
Classification: Part-Time 
Hours: Flexible /Daily- 25 hours per week
Benefits: Paid Vacation/Personal /Holidays
Compensation: $35,000/yr.
Application: Apply Now 

Opening: Position open to start immediately
The recruitment process will remain open until an appropriate candidate is identified.
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