[COMM-ORG] job: asst. director, no salary info
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From: "David Chavis" <dchavis at communityscience.com>
Assistant Director, Communities for All Ages Program
Interested in helping build communities that are good for growing up and
growing older? Communities for All Ages (CFAA) is a multi-site national
initiative that promotes the well-being of children/youth, families and
older adults and fosters interdependence across ages. A recent grant
from the Kellogg Foundation will support the expansion of CFAA to
additional sites and the formation of a national CFAA Network.
Communities for All Ages is coordinated by the Temple University Center
for Intergenerational Learning (CIL), a national leader in strengthening
communities by bringing generations together to meet the needs of
individuals and families throughout the life cycle (www.templecil.org)
The CFAA Assistant Director will report to the Executive Director of the
Center for Intergenerational Learning. Major responsibilities include:
* Organizing online and onsite trainings to foster cross-site learning
* Providing ongoing technical assistance to CFAA sites
* Assisting in implementation of a CFAA communications plan
* Overseeing grants management
* Assisting in fundraising efforts
Considerable travel will be involved in this position.
Qualified candidates must possess a master's degree in urban planning,
social work, organizational development, public health or related fields
and have a minimum of three years experience related to community
building/development. Candidates must have a demonstrated proficiency in
Microsoft Office; excellent verbal and written communication skills; and
strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
Excellent benefits, including health and dental insurance, retirement,
and tuition remission.
All interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to
sean.mccloskey at temple.edu
Temple University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer
that is interested in the recruitment of diverse faculty and staff.
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