AHA Partners Are Hiring
A few of our partners are hiring in Wake County! See below for job opportunities and position details.
Healthiest Capital Counties Program Consultant
The Human Services Program Consultant would serve as Project Manager for the Wake County Human Services Department and assist the Human Services Director with project research, development, implementation, and policy interpretation. Responsibilities include providing consistent communication with stakeholders, ensuring a community driven structure is in place to address selected indicators over a five year period, and working with the Steering Team to solidify structure and leverage additional resources and partners. Forty- to 50% of the position’s time will be serving as the lead project management staff representing the Director and Wake County Human Services as part of the Healthiest Capital County Steering Team.
Effective Places and Spaces for Children’s Positive Mental Health–Project Manager
A new partnership among five high-profile institutions seeks an engaging and energetic professional to build a community network to champion children’s mental, social and emotional well-being through the improvement of children’s places and spaces throughout Wake County. The Project Manager would implement a comprehensive communications plan, select nine demonstration sites and oversee the assessment of improvement processes. This position would be expected to build relationships with the Project Steering Committee and develop a positive network of Wake County stakeholders.
Through this partnership The Center for Child and Family Policy (Duke University), Lucy Daniels Center, Marbles Kids Museum, Natural Learning Initiative (College of Design, NC State University), and Project CATCH, a program of The Salvation Army of Wake County aim to nurture children’s mental, social and emotional well-being in places and spaces where children live, learn and play. This four-year Project is supported through a $1.9 million grant award from the John Rex Endowment and is rooted in an integrated plan developed by over 100 community stakeholders through a process led by the Duke Center for Child and Family Policy.