Thursday, July 03, 2014
Research & Evaluation Analyst
The Children's Trust has an opening for a research and evaluation analyst. This critical member of both cross- and inter-departmental teams will engage in proactive problem-solving and critical thinking/analysis related to particular child, youth and family program areas and populations. Primary responsibilities include: identification and critical review of evidence-based/best practices in specified program areas; assistance for funded service providers and Trust staff on development of program performance measures; oversight of reporting methods for capturing program performance; among others. For a complete job description and to apply, visit www.thechildrenstrust.org.
The Miami-Dade Community-Based Alliance, the community's voice in child welfare, seeks an executive director to oversee day-to-day operations among other responsibilities. The director serves as the Alliance's liaison to a host of entities that include DCF, Our Kids of Miami-Dade County, the media, and others. Minimum requirements include a B.A. degree in the field of law or social science; at least three years experience in the child welfare system of Florida; and supervisory experience, among others. Qualified candidates should email a resume with two references to Herlinda Viera-Sanchez at [email protected] with copy to [email protected].
Director of Regulatory Services
The Miami Beach Community Health Center (MBCHC), a federally qualified community health center serving Miami Dade County, seeks a qualified individual for the position of director of Regulatory Services. Director's responsibilities include development and coordination of staff training for regulatory compliance and Joint Commission accreditation; management and oversight of various organizational programs/projects. For details, contact Gianna DeMercado at (305) 538-8835 Ext. 1403 or email [email protected].
Child Psychiatrist, Medical Assistant, Therapists and Case Managers
The Institute for Child & Family Health, Inc. has positions available for a licensed child psychiatrist, medical assistant, therapists and case managers. Contact Sylvia Mitchell at (305) 685-4231.Visit www.ICFHinc.org for position details. Fax resumes to (305) 685-4208 or email to the recruiter at [email protected].
Registered Nurse (part-time)
FSU's Young Parents Project seeks a health educator (master's degree or ARNP preferred) to join the home visiting team serving teen mothers in delinquency. Bachelor's degree or MSN with experience in maternal or pediatric primary health required. The Nurse provides education and guidance to the young family. Requires reliable transportation and flexible scheduling. Contact Tara Thomas at (850) 922-1305 or email [email protected].
RJW the Academy of Arts & Sciences, a private Christian school in NW Miami, has immediate openings for teachers with B.A. or M.A degrees. Pay rate is based on experience. Contact Louise Baker at (305) 316-2416 or email [email protected].
Assistant Grant Professional
The Snay Group, a well-established consulting group, seeks a sharp assistant for prospective grant maker, research, grant writing and grant reporting to specialize in the development of award-winning grant proposals for a diverse group of nonprofit organizations. Excellent written & verbal communication skills, detail-orientation and ability to meet deadlines are essential. Email [email protected].
Early Care and Education Curriculum Specialist
The Miami Children's Initiative seeks an early childcare and education curriculum specialist who will report to the Early Child Care Education manager and be responsible for the overall planning, designing, and development of course content and assessments for Liberty City's Early Care and Education Providers. This individual is responsible for curriculum innovation, design, and research. For more information, contact (305) 636-2230 or email [email protected].
Executive Assistant to CEO
The Miami Children's Initiative seeks an executive assistant who will work under the supervision of the CEO and serve as a liaison to internal and external contacts and vendors. The position is one which has high public exposure as regards to interfacing with VIP visitors, sponsors, board members, along with leading citizens such as elected and appointed. For details, contact (305) 636-2230 or email [email protected].
Program Monitor (part-time summer)
The Village Youth Services is seeking a part-time summer program monitor. Candidates should have a flexible schedule, prior food service experience, cell phone, dependable vehicle and valid driver's license/registration/insurance. The monitor will travel to sites to conduct visits and reviews, and help to ensure that site personnel maintain records; in addition to other assigned duties. Email resume to [email protected].
The North Dade Youth & Family Coalition has an opening for a care coordinator whose responsibilities include conducting diagnostic assessments, form family teams of stakeholders concerned with client care, develop care plans, refer clients to service providers and provide follow up. Bachelor's Degree and minimum three years experience are required. Email resume to [email protected].
Teachers VPK-8th Grade
Thumbelina Learning Center/Masters Preparatory School has openings for teachers for VPK- 8th grade. Included are positions for music, reading specialist, and general education for all grade levels. Contact (305) 887-4233. Please email resume/cover letter to [email protected].
Early Childhood Development Intervention Specialist
Citrus Health Network, Inc. seeks an early childhood intervention specialist to work with children birth-5, teacher and parents onsite at childcare centers countywide. Candidates must have a bachelor's in education, social work, psychology or related field minimum and two years experience, strong knowledge. Email resume/cover letter to [email protected].
GIRL POWER, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to empower young girls and their families to succeed, has both part-time and full-time openings for position. Applicants must be self-starters with bachelor's degree in education, social work, or related field and/or a minimum of three years experience counseling high-risk youth. For questions, call (305) 756-5502. Send cover letter and resume to [email protected].
The Arc of South Florida Children's Program in Kendall seeks full and part-time paraprofessional/teacher aides. FCCP or 55 DCF hours are required. EOE. Please fax resume to "Attn: Irma" at (305) 279-7801 or email to [email protected].
Preschool Curriculum Coordinator/Kendall area
The Arc of South Florida also has an opening for a preschool curriculum coordinator in the Kendall Area. Requirements for this full-time position include experience, FCCP/A.A. or a B.A. in special education or related field. The school is an accredited preschool Quality Counts center. Excellent Benefits. EOE. Fax resume to "Attn: Irma" at (305) 279-7801 or email [email protected].
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