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Department: Program Support  

Benefit Allocation: 100% Program  

Grade: 8   Status: Exempt  

Time: Regular Full-time  

Supervisor: Chief Innovation Officer  

Revision Date: February 2019  

Purpose: Lead the design, development, implementation and oversight of Health and Safety systems and services that meet the needs of migrant farmworker children and families for ECMHSP.   

JOB SPECIFICATIONS: 

Founded in 1986, Toxic Free NC is the leading pesticide outreach and advocacy organization in the state. We envision North Carolina as an integral member of a just, global community where human and environmental health are valued, respected, and enjoyed by all. We aimto improve the health and wellbeing of North Carolina’s people and environment by reducing exposures to toxic chemicals used in agriculture and in our daily lives.

Highlander seeks a new Cultural Organizer to carry educational work that places art and culture at the center of organizing strategies to shift and move policies and practices within marginalized communities in the South & Appalachia.

Highlander’s Mission

Part-time contracted position – 16 hours per week; $15 per hour. The first year (2019) is covered by a grant and renewed funding for an additional three years will be sought.

JOB SUMMARY

The program manager will oversee and manage integration of health center operations with activities of outreach staff, students/nurses, residents and volunteers working in the farmworker camps/community and clinic settings. This position involves extensive outreach activities outside the clinic setting for approximately 6 months of the year working with migrant, seasonal, and retired farmworkers and their dependents. The program manager structures outreach services to smoothly interface with health center/clinic activities.

USCRI North Carolina, through 3-year funding from Duke Endowment, will be implementing the Youth Empowerment Services: Mental Health (YES:MH) program. This program will expand direct services which are trauma-responsive and culturally sensitive for refugee youth and unaccompanied children in NC’s Triangle area. YES:MH will utilize a model which “wraps around” youth, providing support in office, at school, with family, and with providers in the community.  

Part-time contracted position - 16 hours per week; $15 per hour. The first year (2019) is covered by a grant and renewed funding for an additional three years will be sought.

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