As many of our regular readers know, the Innovation Lab acts as CAP’s research and development team. We develop deep understandings about our clients, research promising new practices and theories, and work with partners to develop new programs and services. Over the last couple of years, the Innovation Lab has launched several exciting programs to serve CAP families. Our workforce development program, CareerAdvance, is currently expanding thanks to a $10 million grant from HHS. Another program, Healthy Women, Health Futures, is an interconceptional health program for the mother’s of children enrolled in one of CAP’s early childhood education centers.
Now, that you are all thinking, “Wow! How cool would it be to work there!” I am excited to tell you that we are adding to our team. We are looking for a new Program Development Coordinator. This newly created position will be responsible for developing and launching pilot programs that derive from the agency’s Adult Strategy. The person hired should have at least a Bachelor’s Degree in political science, management, social work, communications or a related field, a minimum of 3 years implementation or program management experience, and supervisory experience. Experience in successful program design and working with low-income populations are also strongly preferred.
If you or someone you know, fits this description, click here to read the full job description and apply through CAP’s online application process.
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