Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Community Job Openings in early learning and food policy

From Leslie Dozono at the Children's Alliance and forwarded by Harla Tumbleson at SOAR:

Dear Early Learning Action Alliance members and early learning stakeholders,

The Children's Alliance has two job openings!

Early Learning Associate: The Early Learning Associate position (full-time) supports the Children's Alliance Early Learning Policy Coordinator, Early Learning Advocacy Coordinator and policy staff in developing and implementing advocacy strategies. The position combines public policy analysis, research, and advocacy with administrative support needed to advance policies and investments for early learning in Washington. To apply, please submit letter of interest, resume, and optional affirmative action data form. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. We encourage applications by January 13, 2010. People of color and women are encouraged to apply. This position opening is contingent upon grant funding. Our current Early Learning Policy Associate, Lauren, is not leaving! She will be moving into a new position within the organization.

Food Policy Associate: The full time, one-year position is in our Seattle office and is a member of the Policy Staff. The Associate will assist in activities designed to implement the Plan to End Childhood Hunger in Washington, specifically handling communication and logistics for a wide range of activities, and providing support to the Senior Food Policy Coordinator. To apply, please submit letter of interest, resume, and optional affirmative action data form. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. We encourage applications by January 20, 2010.
People of color and women are encouraged to apply.

Full job descriptions and further application instructions can be found here: http://childrensalliance.org/joinus/jobopenings.cfm

Please pass this along to your networks.

Thank you!

Leslie


Leslie Dozono
Early Learning Policy Coordinator
Children's Alliance

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