A full description of the position is posted here, and applications are being accepted now. We urge anyone interested to apply! Depending on the candidate, this can be a full-time position with benefits or an independent contractor position.
In June, the Kindergarten Readiness Network voted overwhelmingly to proceed into the due-diligence period with Family Connects, an evidence-based program that’s intended to serve all families with newborns in the region.
Through Family Connects, nurses visit newborns and their families at their homes in the first three months of life to connect them with community resources and health care providers.
Intensive planning for the program will take place over the next nine months during the due diligence period, and we have already received commitments from Trident United Way and The Duke Endowment to fund the work.
The Family Connects Project Manager will serve as primary relationship and project manager for the Family Connects exploration process in collaboration with the Family Connects team, Trident United Way staff, Tri-County Cradle to Career Collaborative, Kindergarten Readiness Guiding Team, hospitals and other relevant stakeholders.