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DCCR Community Alignment Specialist

Nebraska Children's Home Society Omaha, NE

Job Title:  Douglas County Community Response (DCCR) Community Alignment Specialist (CAS)


Job Classification (Exempt or Non-exempt):  Exempt


Reports To:  DCCR Chief Administrative Officer oversees external communication plan implementation in DCCR, NCHS oversees contract


Job Summary:  The contractee shall be responsible for the duties necessary to support and continue the growth of provider partners and members of DCCR. Duties typically include supporting the Coordinator& CAO and DCCR Work groups (providers) related to supporting our strategic plan. This role will serve as the conduit between the Coordinator/CAO and the DCCR Work groups to align strategic work around planning, goal setting and resource allocation. They will also collaborate with facilitating leaders and the Communications team to ensure internal and external stakeholders receive the appropriate level of information regarding progress toward key objectives.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Manage administrative components of the communication planning process.
  • Conduct pre-work necessary for the quarterly collaborative, collaborative planning processes (i.e., meeting planning, partner engagement opportunities, contact management, and invitations).
  • In partnership with the CAO, assist with the development of DCCR’s multi-year strategic roadmap including coordination of workgroups and oversight of pre-work and support evaluation.
  • Support the management of reporting of key results, including aggregation and disaggregation of success stories, evaluation outputs, and website content, to ensure stakeholders understand the current state and path to desired outcomes.
  • Co-create, maintain meeting agendas, minutes, and steering committee reports along with identifying facilitation or other resources necessary for meetings.
  • In partnership with the Communications and Promoting Equity Groups, support and maintain the multi-channel communication plan.
  • Co-create and conduct on-boarding for partners, providers, facilitators, and collaborative members that includes reviewing alignment opportunities such as missions, audiences, activities, resources, and training and mutual capacity building to maximize collective impact.
  • Provide immediate follow up with partners and inquiries via website and social media platforms, newsletter registrations and resources from partners and potential partners.


Qualifications and Requirements: 

  • Minimum education and experience:           
    • Bachelor's Degree in related field preferred
    • Experience working with a collaborative team
    • Strong communication skills
    • Lived experience relative to child wellbeing or child welfare system, preferred
    • Administrative assistance experience
    • Effective time management and prioritization skills
    • Experience in promoting equity preferred
  • Knowledge, skills, and abilities:
    • Can work in a fast-paced environment and drive improvement through ideas and execution.
    • Bring a thorough and conscientious approach to making decisions and are skilled at filtering the next steps in achieving the organization's overall goal.
    • You are consultative, receptive, and authentic through tough situations and think creatively to discover solutions using all available resources.
    • You get a thrill out of keeping information and people organized and can both anticipate and overcome roadblocks.
  • Schedule
    • Monday-Friday 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. or other flexible, negotiated PT hours



Note:  The physical demands and work environment characteristics described above are representative of those that will be encountered by a person performing the essential duties and responsibilities of this job.  Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions.

How to Apply

Interested candidates should visit, locate this position, and click on "Apply Now" beneath the job description to complete the online application form. The application must be completed in full and submitted by the specified closing date for consideration.


Please contact Deborah Dancer at 402-212-9120 or at 3549 Fontenelle Blvd, Omaha, NE 68104.

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Part-time Employee
Date Posted July 28, 2022
Date Closes August 27, 2022
Located In Omaha, NE
Job Type Part-time Employee
Shift Custom
SOC Category 21-1021.00 Child, Family, and School Social Workers
Zipcode 68104

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