Nurse-Family Partnership (which I’ve pointed out before as being heavily supported by the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation and which GiveWell recently named as one of their grantees) is hiring for three positions that they’ve listed on the Tactical Philanthropy Job Board.
National Director of Marketing & Communications
Develop and implement a comprehensive integrated marketing and communications strategy to support the organization’s goal of serving 100,000 low-income, first-time mothers by the year 2017 by generating visibility and positioning Nurse-Family Partnership as THE prevention program of choice across the country
Regional Program Development Team Leader
The purpose of the Regional Program Development Team Leader position is to assure that the team of Program Developers serving a particular region is successful expanding Nurse-Family Partnership services to reach more eligible families, and does so in a way that fosters high quality, sustainable program operations at the community level.
Enable states and communities in a particular region to implement Nurse-Family Partnership effectively and sustainably, with the goal of serving 100,000 low-income, first-time mothers nationally by the year 2017.
You can find these jobs and others on the Tactical Philanthropy Job Board.