Agenda for Children Jobs
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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.
Please find our open positions below. (No phone calls or emails, please.)
Director, Judy Watts Center for Policy and Advocacy
The Director will lead advocacy efforts for Southeast Louisiana on behalf of policies that address disparities in well-being indicators for children. They will develop and lead the strategy, communications, operations, development, and finances of the Center. Informed and grounded by Louisiana’s KIDS COUNT project, they will work collaboratively with our state, regional and local advocacy partners and others to actualize a broad based agenda to improve child well-being regionally, with a specific focus on lessening disparities. The Director will represent Agenda and act as an external relations officer, engaging in partner and media relations with the overarching goal to build public understanding of children’s issues and increase support for policies that improve child well-being. The Director should possess an entrepreneurial spirit and the ability to partner, train and empower individuals and organizations to advance a regional, child-focused policy agenda. The position reports to the Chief Executive Officer of the Agenda for Children, and collaborates closely with the Director of Data and Research as a primary partner.
Early Care and Education Specialist
The Early Care and Education Specialist provides practice-based coaching and personalized support to teachers and program leaders who work with children birth through grade three, and will be responsible for conducting professional development workshops for teachers and program leaders.
Certified CLASS Observers
Agenda for Children seeks certified reliable CLASS observers to conduct Toddler and Pre-K CLASS observations in early learning programs throughout Orleans Parish. This is a part-time, part-year (September-November and February – May) position.
NOEEN’s B-3 Coordinator is responsible for project management, compliance, reporting, and communications / messaging for NOEEN birth-to-three “B-3” programming, including City Seats, Preschool Development Grant (PDG) seats, and related publicly-funded seat programmatic initiatives.
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