Illuminate Colorado Is Hiring A Director of Strategic Initiatives!

Illuminate Colorado Is Hiring A Director of Strategic Initiatives!

Looking for a job that allows you to flex your team leadership skills, ensure Coalitions & Organizational Practice Change Initiatives measure toward collective impact, and help guide Initiatives through strategic planning?  

This position is for you! 

Under the guidance of a Deputy Director, the Director of Strategic Initiatives is responsible for overseeing the strategic planning, facilitation, and ongoing coordination of multiple coalitions working to positively impact children & families within Colorado. This position will serve as a member of the Leadership Team and ensure initiatives are responsive to current needs, aligned with organizational mission, and set up for success in the future.

The Director of Strategic Initiatives will:

    • Ensure that all Coalitions & Organizational Practice Change Initiatives that Illuminate convenes are guided by strategic planning, use inclusive processes, and measure toward collective impact;
    • Offer leadership and supervision to the Strategic Initiatives Team;
    • Support the development of funding applications and reporting requirements; and Offer coalition management and facilitation to the Colorado Infant Safe Sleep Partnership.

    Experience, Skills, and Qualifications:

      • At least five years of coalition management, community organizing, and/or facilitation experience
      • Passion for facilitating collaborative processes
      • Commitment to advancing social and racial equity through collective action
      • Experience and/or knowledge of the Collective Impact Model
      • Experience facilitating participatory strategic planning and implementation
      • Experience managing staff and leading teams
      • Excellent oral and written communication skills
      • Demonstrated ability to manage collaborative projects, including balancing deadlines with coalition input
      • Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain highly collaborative working relationships with individuals of diverse professional backgrounds, technical expertise, and lived experience
      • Comfort with ambiguity, shifting environments, and shared decision making
      • Ability to balance multiple projects with shared deadlines while being responsive to emergent needs
      • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google Suite

    Desirable:

      • Knowledge related to child maltreatment prevention, Strengthening Families protective factors, maternal child health, substance use disorders, child sexual abuse prevention, and/or infant safe sleep
      • Experience with family strengthening programming or systems
      • Experience working with a broad range of populations, particularly in a coalition capacity

     

    Compensation and Schedule:

    This is a full-time position eligible for benefits. Starting salary is negotiable and commensurate with skills and experience in the range of $70,000 – $80,000. Illuminate Colorado offers health and dental benefits as well as participation in a 401K, EAP, and Life Insurance benefits. In addition, Illuminate Colorado has an unlimited paid time off policy and offers both flexible scheduling and remote work.

    We are dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive and authentic workplace, so if you’re excited about this role but your past experience doesn’t align perfectly with every qualification in the job description, we encourage you to apply anyway.

     

    To Apply:

    Please submit a cover letter, resume, and three references via email with “Director of Strategic Initiatives” in the subject line to hiring@illuminatecolorado.org.

    Application Deadline:

    Noon on December 15, 2022

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    Looking for a job that allows you to flex your policy research and analysis skills, participate in policy coalitions, and manage policy communications for stakeholders?

    This position is for you! In this position you will be exposed to all aspects of developing and implementing Illuminate Colorado’s policy activities.

    Under the guidance of a Deputy Director, the Policy Manager will lead implementation of organizational policy activities by ensuring the organization’s policy priorities are thoroughly researched, policy developments are monitored, and our advocacy partners view us as valuable and supportive partners.

    The Policy Manager will:

      • Develop and maintain policy research and analysis in the form of strategy screens, briefs, and concept papers;
      • Maintain internal bill tracking; staff legislative hearings and testify as needed;
      • Create fact sheets and secure endorsements;
      • Draft and coordinate testimony and public comments;
      • Manage communications for policy stakeholder processes;
      • Draft Illuminate’s policy communication content;
      • And participate in policy coalitions on behalf of Illuminate.

    Additionally, the Policy Manager will coordinate event planning for related summits, trainings, or other events; support the Executive Leadership Team in responding to new requests and/or providing research support as needed; and support coalitions convened by Illuminate in policy research and monitoring, as needed.

      Experience, Skills, and Qualifications:

        • One to four years of legislative advocacy, political campaigns, policy research, and/or community organizing experience
        • Passion for systems-level change
        • Commitment to advancing social and racial equity through collective action
        • Excellent oral and written communication skills
        • Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain highly collaborative working relationships with individuals of diverse professional backgrounds, technical expertise, and lived experience
        • Demonstrated ability to manage collaborative projects, including balancing deadlines with input
        • Comfort with ambiguity, shifting environments, and shared decision making
        • Ability to balance multiple projects with shared deadlines while being responsive to emergent needs
        • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel) and Google Suite

      Desirable:

        • Knowledge related to child maltreatment prevention, Strengthening Families protective factors, maternal child health, substance use disorders, child sexual abuse prevention, and/or infant safe sleep
        • Experience with family strengthening programming or systems
        • Experience working with a broad range of populations, particularly in a coalition capacity

       

      Compensation and Schedule:

      This is a full-time position eligible for benefits. Starting salary is negotiable and commensurate with skills and experience in the range of $50,000 – $60,000. Illuminate Colorado offers health and dental benefits as well as participation in a 401K, EAP, and Life Insurance benefits. In addition, Illuminate Colorado has an unlimited paid time off policy and offers both flexible scheduling and remote work.

      We are dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive and authentic workplace, so if you’re excited about this role but your past experience doesn’t align perfectly with every qualification in the job description, we encourage you to apply anyway.

       

      To Apply:

      Please submit a cover letter, resume, and three references via email with “Policy Manager” in the subject line to hiring@illuminatecolorado.org.

      Application Deadline:

      Noon on December 15, 2022

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      Every parent of a newborn knows that with a new baby comes a multitude of new questions. Babies don’t come with an instruction manual and having questions is completely normal. Providing better support to ALL new parents isn’t just needed. It’s essential to building stronger families in Colorado.

      That’s where Family Connects Colorado comes in.

      Family Connects is an evidence-based model and successfully demonstrated program that connects parents of newborns to the community resources they need through postpartum nurse home visits. The service is simple: A registered nurse visits the home around 3 weeks after birth to check on parent, baby, and the whole family. There is no additional cost to the family, and anyone with a newborn can participate, including foster, adoptive, kinship, immigrant, and refugee parents.

      Each family with a newborn has unique needs — Family Connects Colorado helps families identify the resources in their community and access services that fit with their individual needs and preferences.

      Help for Baby

        • Baby weight check
        • Safe sleep information
        • Infant feeding and fussiness
        • Help with bathing, diapering, and swaddling

      Help for Birth Parent

        • Birth parent’s health check
        • Breastfeeding support
        • Family planning advice
        • Postpartum depression screening

      Help for Family

        • Scheduling doctor’s appointments
        • Understanding child care options
        • Early literacy information
        • Community connections

      Launching Family Connects in Colorado

      As the State Intermediary for Family Connects in Colorado, Illuminate is facilitating the implementation of the evidence-based model to ensure effective scaling and sustainability of Family Connects in Colorado. This work is being done in collaboration with Family Connects International and local partners across the state.

      The launch of the program in Eagle and Boulder Counties this past month is an exciting milestone for the program, and expansion will continue with both Denver and Jefferson counties starting implementation in the spring of 2023.

      To celebrate the launch of the program in Colorado and share more about the program with key stakeholders across the state, Illuminate hosted a luncheon on October 21st. The vision and passion that was shared for this program on national, state, and local levels highlighted the immense impact this program can have on all families.

      Impacting ALL Families in Colorado

      The evidence-based Family Connects model was developed and piloted in Durham, NC through a partnership with Duke University’s Center for Child & Family Policy (CCFP), the nonprofit Center for Child & Family Health (CCFH), and the Durham County Health Department. Results from an ongoing randomized controlled trial included:

        • 50% fewer emergency room visits and hospital stays for infants
        • 28% less reported anxiety by mothers
        • More positive parenting behaviors
        • Improved home environments and home safety
        • Increased community connections
        • Higher quality child care choices

      As Illuminate continues to expand Family Connects across the state, the excitement for the potential impact continues to grow as well. 

      We know that all families need support and that every parent has unique needs. Through Family Connects Colorado, we can begin to address those needs so that every parent has access to what they need to keep their family strong and their children healthy.

      Learn more about Family Connects Colorado by visiting FamilyConnectsColorado.org or by contacting us at info@familyconnectscolorado.org.

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      Under the guidance of the Child Care Manager, the Early Childhood Teacher will plan, organize, implement, and deliver an infant and toddler program curriculum to meet enrolled children’s individual and group educational, intellectual, physical, social, and emotional needs. This position will manage a mobile child care classroom for children whose parents are working to address complex issues impacting their family, such as mental health concerns, substance use disorders, or employment challenges; and ensure that the mobile classroom remains in compliance with the State of Colorado Child Care Licensing and ensure that the mobile classroom remains in compliance with the State of Colorado Child Care Licensing standards.

        Experience & Skills:

          • Enthusiastic leader and team member with a positive attitude.
          • Exceptional oral and written communication skills – ability to understand intermediate written materials and compose information/instruction in written form.
          • Effective interpersonal skills to support ongoing interaction with other employees, the general public, and children and parents within the community.
          • Effective organizational, time management and multitasking skills.
          • Excellent judgment as well as problem solving/decision making abilities.
          • Remain calm and calm others in an emergency, stressful and/or confrontational situation.
          • Identify conflict and take the steps necessary to resolve the issues or involve others to resolve the issues.
          • Work well with other people taking into consideration, among the dynamics, their needs, their personal style, and the requirements of their jobs.
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        Qualifications:

          • Professional Development Information System (PDIS) Level 2 Early Childhood Teacher
          • Must meet or be willing to work towards obtaining the Colorado Child Care Infant Nursery Supervisor requirements (ECE 111 and ECE 112; Expanding Quality in Infant Toddler Care; or Child Development Associate)
          • Bilingual in English/Spanish preferred
          • Valid Driver’s License required
          • Must pass background check, post-employment medical examination and drug screen
          • Experience working in Head Start or Early Head Start program preferred

          Compensation: This is a full-time position eligible for benefits. Starting salary is negotiable and commensurate with skills and experience in the range of $40,000 – $50,000. A retention stipend of $1500 is available for this position. The successful candidate will receive a partial stipend at 30 days, 60 days, and 90 days of employment upon the successful completion of all trainings, including but not limited to RV Driver Training, RV Equipment Training, all required PDIS trainings, and CPR/First Aid.

          This position will be required to travel to service locations in the Denver Metro area. Mileage will be reimbursed. A cell phone will be needed to complete necessary duties regarding this position. At this time a cell phone stipend will not be provided. Flexibility to work a pre-set alternating schedule that will include opening and closing center hours with possibility of occasional evenings and weekends. The start and ending hours can range from 7:30am to 9:00pm.

          Illuminate Colorado offers health and dental benefits as well as participation in a Simple IRA, EAP, and Life & AD&D benefits. In addition, Illuminate has a generous paid time off policy.

           

          View the complete job posting here.

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          This article was published for Crib Conversations, a bimonthly digest of news, resources and updates about infant safe sleep.

          August is National Breastfeeding Month, which means that the end of August is a great time to think about how we can support new parents, help them reach their breastfeeding goals, and empower them with consistent information from trusted sources throughout the year.

          Pediatrician Marianne Neifert, MD, is a member of the Infant Safe Sleep Partnership. Below, she provides information about the relationship between breastfeeding and safe sleep, and she encourages us all to be a part of the conversation to increase breastfeeding and infant safe sleep practices.

          Q & A with Pediatrician Marianne Neifert, MD

          Q: This year’s National Breastfeeding Month theme is “Together We Do Great Things,” a message that celebrates the power and impact of our collective efforts. How can safe sleep champions and breastfeeding advocates do great things together?

          Neifert:  It’s fitting that last month, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) released updated policy statements on both “Breastfeeding and the Use of Human Milk” and “Sleep-Related Infant Deaths,” two key issues that impact new families. Infant feeding and sleeping are the two most daunting challenges that new parents face, and these fundamental infant activities impact one another.

          Breastfeeding is a protective factor against sleep-related deaths and is important for the overall health and well-being of infants throughout their life. Yet, mothers who choose to nurse their babies do not always achieve their breastfeeding goals, and breastfeeding parents do not always apply what they know about infant safe sleep. Both breastfeeding and safe infant sleep practices are impacted by cultural values, unrealistic expectations, personal barriers, support systems, and variable daily circumstances. Furthermore, racial and ethnic disparities persist in both breastfeeding and safe infant sleep routines.

          Marianne Neifert, MD

          Marianne Neifert, MD

          Marianne Neifert, MD, MTS, FAAP, aka Dr. Mom®, is a well-known pediatrician and nationally recognized expert in lactation management, who is among the most experienced and dynamic speakers who provide breastfeeding education for diverse health professionals. Dr. Neifert graduated with honors from University of Colorado School of Medicine and completed her residency training at University of Colorado Medical Center and Affiliated Hospitals. She is the Managing Member of Dr. Mom Presentations LLC and a clinical professor of pediatrics at University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine.

          Q: What were some of the key takeaways from the updated 2022 AAP Breastfeeding Policy?

          Neifert: Traditionally the AAP has recommended exclusive breastfeeding for about six months, with continued breastfeeding through 12 months and beyond, as mutually desired by mother and baby, and as solid foods are added. In the 2022 policy, the AAP, consistent with the World Health Organization (WHO), supports continued breastfeeding for two years or beyond, acknowledging that mothers who decide to breastfeed beyond the first year often feel alienated and unsupported in their choice. Yet, human milk during the second year of life continues to be an important source of nutrients and immunologic factors for toddlers. Research emphasizes the importance of nutrition during “the first 1000 days” (conception to two years of age) on neurodevelopment and lifelong health. Breastfeeding beyond 12 months also continues to have a positive impact on maternal health, decreasing the risk of diabetes mellitus, hypertension, and breast and ovarian cancer.

          A major emphasis of the 2022 AAP Breastfeeding Policy Statement and accompanying Technical Report was an extensive review of the documented improved infant and maternal health outcomes linked with breastfeeding, including breastfeeding beyond one year. The 2022 policy statement also repeated past recommendations that birthing facilities implement maternity care practices that promote and support breastfeeding, such as WHO’s Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding, including early skin-to-skin contact, frequent breastfeeding, and skilled lactation support. 

          The AAP again acknowledged the importance of supporting breastfeeding and the use of human milk in reducing short- and long-term morbidities among very low birth weight infants. When a mother’s own milk is not available for these vulnerable infants, the AAP recommends pasteurized donor human milk.

          The updated breastfeeding policy also re-emphasized that pediatricians need to be knowledgeable about breastfeeding benefits, management, and the provision of culturally congruent breastfeeding care; partner with community resources to improve breastfeeding support; and address inequities in the delivery of care to eliminate breastfeeding disparities. The AAP addressed the significant breastfeeding inequity issue that predominantly impacts the non-Hispanic Black population and acknowledged that breastfeeding-supportive hospital practices and peer support interventions for women enrolled in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) have been shown to reduce breastfeeding disparities. The full policy statement and technical report can be downloaded below.

          Q: Why do lactation care providers make ideal partners in promoting safe infant sleep?

          Neifert: I view breastfeeding and safe infant sleep as dual aligned public health priorities and consider safe sleep proponents and breastfeeding advocates as ideal partners in safeguarding infant wellbeing. Lactation consultants and other lactation care providers are deeply committed to the welfare of infants and mothers and to reducing health disparities. They recognize the importance of breastfeeding in improving maternal-child health, including reducing sleep-related infant deaths. Lactation care providers develop quality client relationships within which empowering health information can be shared, and they work in maternity, pediatric, and public health settings. In addition, lactation care professionals are committed to lifelong learning and the use of evidence-based practices. 

          Lactation care providers who work with expectant and new mothers have the opportunity and ethical responsibility to help prevent sleep-related infant deaths. The postpartum hospital stay provides a convenient early opportunity for hospital-based lactation consultants to teach and model safe infant sleep practices as part of their education about safe skin-to-skin care. 

          Q: Can collaboration between safe sleep proponents and breastfeeding advocates more effectively promote safe infant sleep?

          Neifert: In 2015, the National Action Partnership to Promote Safe Sleep and Breastfeeding Improvement and Innovation Network (NAPPSS-IIN) was launched to create a national coordinated strategy to engage the full set of partners to make safe infant sleep and breastfeeding the national norm. 

          Some of us may have only one-time or limited contact with expectant or new parents—such as at a prenatal class—where we can offer conversation starters concerning the topic of safe infant sleep and elicit questions and concerns. Others will have ongoing interactions over a limited time period—such as during the postpartum hospital stay—where nurses and lactation consultants can facilitate safe sleep conversation deepeners. Still others—such as visiting nurses, WIC staff, or primary care providers–will engage with families through continuing interactions that permit ongoing dialogues. What’s important to remember is that compliance with safe infant sleep recommendations is increased when clients hear consistent information from multiple trusted sources and multiple times! 

          Q: What if parents won’t commit to implementing the AAP recommendations?

          Neifert: Despite our passion about safe infant sleep practices, we have to recognize that parents and other caretakers are the ultimate decision-makers about where and how their babies sleep. We must begin by meeting families where they are and conducting individualized, open, culturally appropriate, and non-judgmental conversations about their infant sleep practices. We can seek to understand personal, cultural, and community values and families’ life realities. And, we can learn to shift our attitude about our role as “experts” who make recommendations to being “resources” who support families to make their own decisions.

          In our safe sleep conversations, we can:

          1. Ask open-ended questions. (“Have you thought about where and how your baby will sleep?”) 
          2. Practice reflective listening to confirm caretakers’ opinions, ambivalence, feelings, and concerns. (“So, you’ve heard that bedsharing makes nighttime breastfeeding easier.”)
          3. Use affirmations/validations and a strengths-based perspective. (“It sounds like you already have a great deal of information about safe infant sleep.”)
          4. Ask permission to share information. (“May I share some information/education you may not have heard about creating a safe infant sleep environment?”)

          Other strategies to increase compliance with safe sleep recommendations include:

          1. provide families who do not have a safe sleep space for their infant with information about low-cost or free cribs/play yards;
          2. integrate safe sleep messaging with other health messaging, such as prevention of infant falls; and
          3. introduce safe sleep recommendations in school curricula to educate older siblings and teen babysitters about safe infant sleep practices.

          Together we can do great things and save infant lives!

          Get Involved

          Subscribe to Crib Conversations

          Get resources and articles like this in your inbox every other month. Subscribe to Crib Conversations, a bimonthly digest of news, resources and updates about infant safe sleep.

          Select “Subscribe to Safe Sleep Blog Content & the bimonthly Crib Conversations Newsletter” under Colorado Infant Safe Sleep Partnership.

          Join the Infant Safe Sleep Partnership

          The Infant Safe Sleep Partnership is actively seeking participation from a wide variety of communities committed to increasing infant safe sleep practices and address related barriers and disparities.

          → Select “Become an Active ISSP Member” under Colorado Infant Safe Sleep Partnership.

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