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If you want to change the world, one person at a time, we'd love you to consider joining our team.
OneWorld Community Health Centers is a growing Omaha-based organization that employs over 500 people while still retaining a true family feel. Out of 1,400+ Community Health Centers nationwide, OneWorld ranks within the top 2% in terms of clinical outcomes. It takes all of us, with our various talents and positions, to achieve results like this. Our employees are united by a desire to help the community, and it shows.
Since education is a social determinant of health, OneWorld operates the Learning Community Center of South Omaha. The Learning Community Center (LCC) is a comprehensive, center-based program created using national models and best practices from the two-generational approach. The LCC currently offers a parent/child education program for families from 11 elementary schools in South Omaha, and our goal is to bridge the opportunity gap for children living in the area. To further this mission, the LCC is ready to expand to work not only with parents and families, but also with childcare providers working with children in South Omaha.
We are looking for a bilingual Early Childhood Grant Coordinator to work toward improving the social and emotional development of children from birth to age five in the South Omaha area, building on the early childhood and child wellbeing work of the Nebraska Children and Families Foundation. The Early Childhood Grant Coordinator will partner with early childhood coaches, childcare providers, and families to implement evidence-based practices that are known to enhance the social-emotional development of young children.
This is a part-time position located at the Learning Community Center in South Omaha (23rd & M). The schedule will be 20 hours per week, generally Monday - Friday, between 8:00am - 5:00pm, with occasional morning, evening or weekend hours.
This position pays $30 per hour.
- Associate's degree in early childhood education or related field required; bachelor's degree preferred.
- Two or more years of experience in grant writing and/or program development preferred.
- Proficiency and experience in Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) required.
- Proficiency in both English and Spanish required.
- Strong bilingual communication skills (verbal, written, presentational) required.
- Demonstrated ability to connect with diverse populations (i.e. community members, program participants, staff members, outside organizations, etc.).
- Demonstrated knowledge of and enthusiasm for early childhood development.
- Demonstrated knowledge of standard office practices, procedures, equipment, and techniques.
- Demonstrated ability to self-start and work independently, with minimal supervision.
- Demonstrated ability to proactively and creatively solve problems.
- Ability and willingness to travel to attend meetings, community events, etc.
- Valid driver's license and automobile insurance required.
- Ability and willingness to work a flexible schedule that may include some evenings, early mornings, and/or weekends in order to meet the needs of stakeholders, including childcare providers.
If you want to apply your unique skillset to improve the lives of children and families, please apply.
You can make a difference in your life and the lives of others.
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