Coordinator of Two General Approaches
The Community Acton Partnership (CAP) of Lancaster County is seeking a dedicated, full-time Coordinator of Two Generational Approaches to foster, grow, and support a focus on building systems and supports to improve long-term outcomes for children and families using the whole family approach. The ideal candidate is creative, self-motivated, able to manage multiple tasks/roles at one time, and highly dedicated to the alignment of systems, programs, partnerships, and practices for children and families. CAP offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Cross-collaborate with the Education & Child Development Impact Team Leader, Household Stability Impact Team Leader, and other CAP Program Leaders
- Establish strong relationships with local and state agencies, community organizations, early learning providers, school districts, and post-secondary institutions
- Effectively build trust with key partners through the implementation of established goals, strategies, and action items
- Convene cross-sector groups to develop and align strategies to provide quality experiences and supports for children and families
- Create a unified vision with stakeholders around the whole family approach
- Research and identify best practices within the whole family approach including workforce development, economic empowerment, educational supports, and child development
- Ensures alignment to the theory of change
- Oversees continuous improvement efforts as it relates to improving long-term outcomes for children and families
- Collects and analyzes data using various assessment tools and Empower Lancaster
- Oversees the development of resources to support goals and strategies
- Collect, analyze, and interpret grant-related outcomes
- Responsible for managing funding, grants, budgets, and reporting
- Implements, in coordination with the Workforce Development Coordinator, a system of conducting intakes, identifying family goals, as well as family needs as part of the program admission process
- Supports the Workforce Development Coordinator in addressing the goals and needs of the family
- Provides families with child development/education supports as needed
- Maintain current and accurate records and case
- Promote best practices around the whole family approach within CAP, community partners, and other stakeholders. Support workforce pipelines and pathways
- Maintains open communication with ITLs regarding programmatic progress, needs, and successes
Education, Experience & Requirements
- Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood, Elementary Education, Human Services, or related field
- At least five years’ of experience in direct service in a related field
- Demonstrated experience managing program and community level projects and initiatives involving multiple stakeholder groups
Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on race, gender, disability, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, citizenship, veteran status or genetic information.
All job applicants must submit a completed CAP Employment Application form in addition to any other materials requested (resume, transcripts, etc.). Please email to Staffing@caplanc.org.
CAP employees are required to have three background clearances (Child Abuse, Criminal and FBI).