Delaware Prosperity Partnership is looking for a development communications coordinator to support its funder (investor) relations needs as well as various communications needs for web, social media and print. Created in 2017, Delaware Prosperity Partnership (DPP) leads the state of Delaware's economic development efforts to attract, grow and retain businesses; to build a stronger entrepreneurial and innovation ecosystem; and to support private employers in identifying, recruiting and developing talent in the state of Delaware.
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Created in 2017, Delaware Prosperity Partnership (DPP) leads the state of Delaware's economic development efforts to attract, grow and retain businesses; to build a stronger entrepreneurial and innovation ecosystem; and to support private employers in identifying, recruiting and developing talent in the state of Delaware.
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Jewish Family Services of Delaware
JFS is looking for Care Navigators to join the new Care Navigation program, designed to support the needs of older adults who want to age safely and with dignity in their own homes or their community of choice. Care Navigators combine compassionate care with the expertise necessary to help older adults and/or their caregivers manage the growing and complex responsibilities of aging. Services are tailored to meet the individual needs of clients and provide peace of mind for them and their families.
Essential Responsibilities Include:
- In-Home Assessments & Development of Individualized Care Plans
- Care Management/Coordination
- Wellness Monitoring
- Patient/Medical Advocacy
- Document Preparation (e.g. benefits applications)
- Providing transportation may be required for medical appointment accompaniment
This is a part-time position and hours must be flexible. The person would meet people in their homes or other community locations.
Looking for one Care Navigator in the Wilmington area and one for Sussex County.
Email resumes & cover letters to Karen Commeret at firstname.lastname@example.org
JPMorgan Chase strives to be a catalyst for meaningful, positive and sustainable change in communities across the globe. JPMorgan Chase annually invests more than $250 million to create pathways to opportunity so that individuals have access to the knowledge, skills, resources and capital they need to secure their futures and compete in the global economy. Our programs seek to address key drivers of economic inequality experienced by vulnerable populations around the globe through four key focus areas: Community Development, Jobs and Skills, Financial Capability, and Small Business. Please visit JPMorgan Chase & Co. Corporate Responsibility for more information. The Corporate Responsibility (CR) Division is responsible for the development and implementation of the firm's CR agenda by crafting goals, policies and initiatives that align with and support the firm's business strategies, reflect our values and support the communities where we do business.
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The W.K. Kellogg Foundation, a leading philanthropic institution helping communities create the conditions children need to thrive, is seeking nominations and applications for Program Officer for Early Childhood Education. In recent years, the foundation has sharpened its focus on improving conditions for vulnerable children, concentrating on three key factors of success and their intersections: education and learning; food, health and well-being; and family economic security. WKKF partners closely with stakeholders and policy makers to co-create a network of organizations working together to advance racial equity, leadership, and community engagement, while increasing access to quality education, healthy food, and economic stability for children and families in need.
The new Program Officer will identify and nurture opportunities for affecting positive change within educational systems and execute programming efforts that ensure that all young children have access to high quality and equitable education. S/he will screen and recommend grants for funding, prepare funding documents, conduct site visits, and manage and monitor the grant portfolio. The Program Officer will also maintain strong, authentic relationships with grant seekers and grantees and act as a spokesperson for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, effectively communicating the foundation’s goal of partnering with communities to improve the well-being of children and their families.
The ideal candidate will have comprehensive knowledge of the learning experiences of all young children from birth through eight years who live and learn in underserved communities. S/he will understand the development and application of education policies and funding as they evolve at the national, state, and local level. The new Program Officer will bring an agile and innovative approach to implementing policies and best practices in service to children and families. These policies and best practices include but are not limited to: teacher preparation and professional development, equitable funding, child advocacy, culturally-relevant coursework, and flexible, results-driven assessments. The successful candidate will also be a holistic thinker who understands how to leverage relationships to drive the foundation’s mission forward. S/he will understand how to motivate social change not only as a partner with disparate organizations but also as a connector whose portfolio engages all areas of educational advocacy.
The successful candidate will have a deep and comprehensive understanding of program execution and development. S/he will possess a strong team orientation, a high tolerance for ambiguity, the ability to adapt quickly to change, and success working effectively with persons from diverse cultural, social, and ethnic backgrounds. The new Program Officer will be committed to the values and mission of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
How to Apply
The search is being led by Katherine Jacobs and Courtney Thomas of Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group. Due to the pace of this search, candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Applications including a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, your resume (in Word format), salary history, and where you learned of the position should be sent to: WKKF-POECE@nonprofitprofessionals.com . In order to expedite the internal sorting and reviewing process, please type your name (Last, First) as the only contents in the subject line of your e-mail.
Reporting to Arelis Diaz, Director for the Office of the President, the Program Officer will collaboratively serve as a strategic partner to the leaders of the 14 multi-sector community collaborations that are carrying out TRHT work across the US and be a thoughtful advisor and resource to colleagues across the foundation as they engage in racial equity work in all program areas. Additionally, the Program Officer will build public support and awareness of TRHT and the overall work of racial equity and healing among nonprofit executives, business leaders, government officials, community leaders, parents, and other external stakeholders of the foundation.
The ideal candidate will have significant experience (8+ years preferred) successfully leading racial equity and healing work at both local and systems levels and will bring a nuanced expertise of race, racism, and how racial healing and reconciliation can manifest in local communities to advance systemic change. The successful candidate will be a holistic and interdisciplinary thinker and an enthusiastic strategic partner to grantees, with the ability to co-create solutions, draft strategies, and critically analyze challenges in order to accomplish the work of healing across a diverse cohort of communities. He/she/they will bring deep and varied experiences in community engagement, leadership development, movement building, coalition building, nonprofit leadership, faith-based organizing and/or other related areas.
This search is being assisted by Callie Carroll and Erica Nicole Richardson of NPAG. Due to the pace of the search, candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Applications including a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, your resume (in Word format) and where you learned of the position should be sent to: WKKF-POTRHT@nonprofitprofessionals.com. In order to expedite the internal sorting and reviewing process, please type your name (Last, First) as the only contents in the subject line of your e-mail.
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and proudly values diversity. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
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