Campaign Manager: Time to Care coalition Location: Baltimore and Annapolis, Maryland Duration: Full-time temporary contract. Expected term Oct. 2020-May 2021.
This is an exciting opportunity for the right person to expand the innovative statewide campaign in Maryland to pass a meaningful paid family leave policy in the General Assembly. The Campaign Manager will play a critical role in developing and executing campaign strategy, expanding organizational partnerships, and coordinating media, grassroots, and outreach efforts.
Provide leadership for campaign planning, strategy formation, coalition work, grassroots support, and policy advocacy.
Work effectively with key leadership of major allied organizations and assist these key leaders in forging and implementing a common agenda and action plan.
Plan and schedule coalition and leadership meetings. Foster strong internal communication and accountability among coalition members.
Maryland Family Network (MFN) is seeking a Data and Technical Support Specialist to oversee management software for its Family Support and Early Head Start programs. Under the supervision of the Family Support Data Manager, the Data and Technical Support Specialist generates program status reports, monitors and tracks projects progress against goals and objectives, and serves as the liaison with Center staff for data reconciliation and problem solving. The successful candidate will communicate and collaborate effectively with program staff and supervise data entry operations at MFN to ensure that process and outcome data are entered accurately and efficiently.
Maryland Family Network (MFN) is seeking an Early Head Start (EHS) Administrative Specialist to provide direct administrative and clerical support to the EHS Team, including the EHS Program Director and professional staff, implementing and maintaining MFN and EHS standard operating procedures and supporting special events of the organization, as needed. The EHS Administrative Specialist will provide direct support to the EHS Program Director in the development, writing and submission of grant proposals, contracts and reports. Performing a variety of tasks related to the completion of operating procedures and special events are essential functions of the position that require the following physical abilities: brisk walking, stooping, crawling, and lifting boxes and or equipment weighing up to 25 pounds. The EHS Administrative Specialist reports to the EHS Program Director for general supervision.