Director of Programs & External Affairs
Women play a critical role in Native culture. Women are givers of life and are responsible for teaching children about culture and creating the norms of society. This position will support programming focused on women and children to help support a healthy community.
- Work to develop Maternal & Child Health functions such as connection with newborn screening, vaccination programs, prenatal, pediatric, and women’s health care
- Develop strategic priorities for division and determine possible funding mechanisms to support efforts
- Engage women to support economic and social opportunity for growth
- Develop parenting groups and support
- Support early childhood learning and literacy efforts
- Work collaboratively with tribal organizations and government on the promotion of early childhood education efforts
- Work with the communications team to develop culturally-based messages for social and traditional media channels
- Ensure all program data are tracked, collected, and analyzed for evaluation efforts
- Perform other duties as assigned
- University degree or college diploma in public health, health, education, social work or a related field AND two (2) years previous experience OR
- Six (6) years of experience in public health, health, education, youth-serving profession, or a related field
- Experience working in Tribal Communities
- Experience working with Maternal and Child Health programs and populations
- Excellent organizational and communication skills,
- The ability to work effectively in a team environment as well as independently
- A strong work ethic and enthusiasm
- Candidate must be willing to travel with some overnights for trainings, youth retreats, and events.
- A good driving record and access to reliable transportation are required.
Questions and resumes should be submitted to Brian Martinez, Director of HR & Administration, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Resumes are due Tuesday, October 6, 2020