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Transformation Manager

The Transformation Manager works within the Quality Center implementing transformation projects across the Clinical Affairs Division (CAD).  This position will support the overall clinical, quality and transformation efforts of the Quality Center and Division.  Requires a focus on health systems transformation, population health, quality improvement and data.  Ensure deliverables are met on time and well-coordinated within the Quality Center and across CAD.
The successful candidate will have experience managing projects in support of systems transformation and coaching quality improvement work.  This talented professional has strong analytical and data analysis skills and a passion for leading clinical transformation.

Associate Director, Systems Coordination

Under the leadership of the Director of Policy & Systems, the Associate Director of Systems Coordination is responsible for oversight and facilitation of the LA County Coordinated Entry System (CES) and LAHSA’s organizational unit charged with driving, integrating, and coordinating system resources to ensure an efficient and equitable delivery of services to end people’s homelessness.

Visitor Coordinator & Reception Specialist

We are looking for a Visitor Coordinator & Reception Specialist to join our Technology and Facilities Services Department. This position reports directly to the Senior IT and Facilities Manager.

Executive Director, Coastal Humane Society

Executive Director opening at Coastal Humane Society/Lincoln County Animal Shelter (“Coastal”), an extraordinary opportunity to shape and lead the organization into its next and greatest chapter.

Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Second Act Communities, a national housing nonprofit corporation (www.secondactcommunities.org), invites interested candidates to explore a newly created executive opportunity as our Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. This career opportunity also serves in the same role with our affiliate corporation: Virginia Beach Community Development Corporation (www.vbcdc.org).

Communications Manager

The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), a national research organization based in Washington, DC, seeks a dynamic communications manager. ACEEE is an independent, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 1980 that acts as a catalyst to advance energy efficiency policies, programs, technologies, investments, and behaviors.
ACEEE’s organizational culture is collaborative and team-oriented with a strong commitment to its mission. Staff work at an energetic pace in an entrepreneurial environment that emphasizes professional development. There is a high degree of workplace flexibility, with an emphasis on results, making ACEEE an enjoyable and fulfilling place to work.

Network Engagement Specialist

If you are passionate about transforming communities with a mission-driven organization, then we have the opportunity for you!
Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS) is seeking a Network Engagement Specialist (NES) who will develop critical materials on promising practices in refugee employment that lead to improved self-sufficiency outcomes for refugees within the Higher Network, the Office of Refugee Resettlement’s (ORR) funded technical assistance project focused on refugee employment. This includes supporting the Higher network in developing innovative strategies for refugee economic integration beyond the initial resettlement period. The Network Engagement Specialist will be responsible for all areas of online engagement and metrics that are tracked for each platform. The NES will ensure that current and relevant news, tools, and resources are disseminated to refugee employment networks through blog posts, the Higher website, and in-person and online trainings. The incumbent works with the Higher Program Manager to provide training and resources to refugee employment program staff and create opportunities for cross-agency learning and collaboration. The incumbent assists the Program Manager in developing technical assistance priorities based on information gathered during in-person trainings, webinars, TA requests, and other interactions with the Higher network.

Higher provides newcomer workforce solutions to corporations across the U.S. while supporting career entry and advancement for resettled refugees and other new Americans. Higher nurtures welcoming communities by assisting corporations, states, counties, resettlement agencies, and ethnic-community based organizations, workforce development boards, and policy-makers in their efforts to help refugees gain economic stability and create opportunities to fully participate in the American dream. The Higher network includes all nine national resettlement agencies, state refugee coordinators, and mainstream workforce professionals, among others.

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