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Agenda for Children is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

Manager, Early Childhood Grant Opportunities

Agenda for Children seeks a highly-organized and detail-oriented individual with strong data management experience and communication skills to serve as the Manager, Early Childhood Grant Opportunities.  This position will support Agenda staff in implementing public and philanthropic grants to support capacity and quality building among publicly-funded early learning programs, and will primarily be responsible for the successful planning and implementation of Early Childhood Opportunity (ECHO) Fund opportunities.

Qualifications and Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree and 4 years minimum experience in grants or program management (grants or early childhood education programs or related field strongly preferred)
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, interpersonal skills, and organizational skills
  • Experience and comfort tracking, sorting, and reporting data using Excel databases
  • Ability to manage complex, time-bound projects, data-based decision-making, and long- and short-term deliverables
  • Commitment to providing high-quality customer service support, exemplifying respect, patience, attentiveness, and cultural awareness
  • Strong proficiency in computer applications including Google Docs, MS Office suite (PowerPoint, Excel, and Word), and email
  • Knowledge of early learning program administration preferred
  • Experience working with early learning programs, nonprofit organization partners, and vulnerable populations is strongly preferred

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Program Coordinator

The New Orleans Collaborative for Early Childhood Research housed at Tulane University is seeking a Program Coordinator who will coordinate various aspects of the Collaborative’s quantitative and qualitative research projects. The Program Coordinator will work as part of a team comprised of the Principal Investigator, research staff, graduate and undergraduate students, and community partners. Responsibilities will include coordination of study participant recruitment and enrollment, task management for partnership projects, assistance with data management and analysis ta

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