family leadership positions
WSCC Seeking Committee and Workgroup Members
The Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF) is soliciting applications for appointments to the Washington State Interagency Coordinating Council (SICC) for infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families. SICC is mandated by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Part C and established through the Governor’s Executive Order 14-03. As such, the Governor appoints the members of the Council. Council members advise and assist DCYF in implementing the ESIT program per the federal requirements of IDEA Part C.
Applications are currently sought for representation in the following vacancies on the Council:
• Parent/Caregiver of an infant, toddler, or child with a disability aged 12 or younger, who has knowledge of or experience with programs for infants, toddlers, and children with disabilities
• Tribal Leader (any Washington Tribe)
• Tribal Part C Provider (Bureau of Indian Education funded)
• Early Intervention Service Provider (from one of the six DCYF regions not currently represented on the council – prioritize rural community)
• Washington Head Start Representative
If you have questions, please email Valerie Arnold at email@example.com.
Behavioral Health Advocate – Salish Region
The Office of Behavioral Health Advocacy (OBHA) is an independent body protecting the interests of Washingtonians engaged in behavioral health services and their loved ones by providing consulting, resources, advocacy, and mediation for complaints against behavioral health services by individual providers and facilities. As such, the OBHA directly upholds the rights of individuals who are experiencing challenges in the public and private behavioral health systems in one of the ten regions established across Washington State. The responsibility of the Behavioral Health Advocate is to represent the constituents of their assigned region and provide them with the full breadth of behavioral health advocacy services.
NAMI Washington is Hiring
Community Mobilizer – Full Time – NAMI Washington is seeking a Spanish-English bilingual Community Mobilizer. This position will support the development of and outreach for NAMI’s community-led mental health support groups and classes to BIPOC individuals and families throughout Washington State, with special focus on Latino/e communities, rural areas and with the Washington State Tribes.
Director of Philanthropy – Full Time – The NAMI Washington Philanthropy Director is responsible for leading all fundraising activities within the organization, including the development and implementation of an annual plan to expand philanthropic support for the organization. The position will manage special events, individual and corporate giving, planned and major gifts. The position also oversees and contributes to the organization’s communications efforts through social and other media channels, print publications and opportunities for public relations appearances.
Dads M. O. V. E. is Hiring
Like what Dads MOVE does? Would you like to get involved? See their listings here for details on each of the positions below.
- Peer Support Specialist (Paid)
- Peer Support Supervisor (Paid)
Careers at Kindering
Kindering offers a work environment that is positive, energetic and collaborative along with competitive salaries, and excellent benefits. We were named one of Washington’s Best Workplaces in 2017, the only 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization to make the list. We hire the best and brightest candidates and are committed to hiring people with a passion not only for working with families, but also for providing the best, most innovative services possible.
Classroom Substitute – Bellevue, Bothell, and Renton
FRC Assistant – Bellevue
Accounts Payable Specialist – Bellevue
Bilingual Home Visitor (Spanish / Amharic / Punjabi -Speaking) – Bellevue
KidsClinic Occupational Therapist – Bothell
Family Resource Coordinator – Redmond