Illuminate Colorado Is Hiring A Community Initiatives Associate!

Illuminate Colorado Is Hiring A Community Initiatives Associate!

Looking for a job that allows you to flex your project coordination, stakeholder outreach, and logistics management skills?  

This position is for you!

Under the guidance of the Senior Community Initiatives Manager, the Community Initiatives Associate is responsible for managing logistics and coordinating tasks for coalitions and other collaborative spaces, with an emphasis on primary prevention of child maltreatment.

The Community Initiatives Associate will:

    • Manage meeting scheduling and logistics, including creation of virtual meeting links, creation and maintenance of calendar invitations, and support of in-meeting technology needs
    • Document accurate and timely meeting notes and track attendance
    • Support collection and maintenance of participants’ demographic information
    • Maintain the organization of meeting notes, deliverables, and shared documents
    • Support the Senior Community Initiatives Manager with deliverable completion, including reporting
    • In coordination with the Finance team, lead Community Initiatives family voice compensation process across multiple projects
    • Implement the Communications Plan for the Colorado Partnership for Thriving Families

Click Here for the Full Job Description

Experience, Skills, and Qualifications:

    • One to three years of coordination or administrative experience, including communications support experience
    • Experience working with coalitions and/or community organizing experience
    • Experience coordinating research projects or story sharing projects
    • Strong attention to detail, superior task management and organizational skills
    • Passion for supporting collaborative processes
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills
    • Commitment to advancing social and racial equity through collective action.
    • Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain highly collaborative working relationships with individuals of diverse professional backgrounds, technical expertise, and lived experience.
    • Ability to balance multiple projects with shared deadlines while being responsive to emergent needs.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel) and Gsuite

Desirable:

    • Experience and/or knowledge related to child maltreatment prevention, Strengthening Families protective factors, and/or maternal child health
    • Experience working with a broad range of populations, particularly in a coalition capacity
    • Proficiency in using MailChimp, Apricot, Smartsheet, Alchemer, and or similar systems
    • Fluency in Spanish

 

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 $40,000 – $50,000

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. Residency in Colorado, or anticipated relocation to Colorado in the near future (at your own expense), is a condition of employment with Illuminate.

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 anyways.

 

To Apply:

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

Application Deadline:

Noon on February 9, 2023

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Illuminate Colorado 2022: A Year in Review

Illuminate Colorado 2022: A Year in Review

Here at Illuminate Colorado, we’re so excited to look ahead to 2023 and all of the potential it holds to strengthen families, organizations, and communities to prevent child maltreatment. But first, as 2022 comes to a close, join us in taking a look back at just a few of the highlights from the year as we worked to build brighter childhoods across Colorado. 

In February, We Celebrated Parent Leadership Month

How can we support strong and lasting roles for parents as leaders? In February, Illuminate focused on Circle of Parents, a program that provides a supportive community to parents and caregivers, where they are invited to share support, tips, or advice in a safe space. When a parent practices their leadership skills, not only does it help strengthen the group, but it also supports the parent leader in building their own self-esteem and their sense of self. Find your Circle today: Circle of Parents Colorado

Throughout The Year, We Helped Bring Trauma Informed Yoga to Colorado Child Welfare Professionals

Bloom Yoga partnered with The Colorado Department of Human Services and The Child Welfare Training System to offer trauma informed yoga to child welfare professionals. The program focused on supporting professionals in combating secondary trauma and stress through education, mindfulness, and yoga practice. 

“Word’s can’t describe how much I enjoyed this!! I enjoyed the yoga education as much as the actual yoga. The most valuable thing I learned is the breathing techniques which I have started to incorporate throughout my day.” – Program Participant

In April, We Celebrated Child Abuse Prevention Month

April was Child Abuse Preveniton Month, and nearly one hundred people gathered on the steps of the Colorado State Capitol to promote positive childhood experiences and listen to parents share their stories. Throughout the month Illuminate was also able to:

  • Award a $2,500 grant to La Cocina, an organization focused on dismantling systems of oppression by providing access to mental health and health equity support services.
  • Support 80 Coloradans in taking a training to create a new standard of child safety.
  • Encourage over 200 people to contact lawmakers to urge them to reauthorize and increase funding for home visiting services.

Illuminating Child Care Expanded to Pueblo and Fremont Counties!

The Illuminating Child Care on-site child care classroom family grew by one this year when Caramel was introduced to the Pueblo community in April. Since its arrival, Caramel has been increasing access to child care for parents and caregivers navigating complex life situations.

We Saw Big Wins for Colorado’s Kids and Families in the 2022 Legislative Session

By the end of the legislative session in May, Illuminate was thrilled to see that all of the bills we supported had passed! Colorado took many strides for children and families, here are just a few:

      • Increased prevention investments in the state budget.
      • Continued investment in Illuminating Child Care.
      • Multiple bills enhanced statewide infrastructure by taking steps toward coordinated, cohesive, and effective early childhood and behavioral health systems.
      • Improved family economic security.
      • Expanded access to perinatal and pediatric health care.

Prevention Through Partnership: The Release of Illuminate’s 2021 Annual Report

As we began to emerge from the pandemic and find our new normal, only to experience resurgences and continued restrictions, the power of connection and innovation was continually underscored. The release of Illuminate’s 2021 Annual Report reflected upon the partnerships, opportunities, and successes we saw throughout the previous year.

In September, We Participated in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) Awareness Month

Throughout the month, Illuminate placed a spotlight on FASD awareness, and how we can support families who are impacted by FASD. Our Luminary Lift Up featured a presentation on the basics of FASD, the list of Colorado providers equipped to diagnose under the FASD umbrella developed by SuPPoRT Colorado, and an overview of pending federal legislation known as “The FASD Respect Act.” Illuminate also proudly sponsored and participated in Run FASD, a virtual 5k, and celebrated Governor Polis’ signing of a proclamation in recognition of FASD Awareness Day!

We Hosted the First In-Person Strengthening Colorado Families and Communities Conference Since 2018!

In September, Illuminate hosted the Strengthening Colorado Families and Communities Conference (SCFCC). Nearly 600 people attended the conference, which included a diverse and multi-disciplinary group of professionals and Family Voice representatives from all over the state. The conference was an overall success in bringing outstanding keynotes speakers, diverse breakout sessions, and time to network and unwind to all attendees!

We Celebrated the Launch of Family Connects Colorado!

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. This Fall, Illuminate celebrated exciting milestones by launching Family Connects in Eagle and Boulder counties, soon to be followed by Denver and Jefferson counties in the spring of 2023! Learn more about Family Connects Colorado: FamilyConnectsColorado.org

In November, Coloradans Strengthened Their Communities at the Polls

On election day, voters made it clear that Colorado prioritizes its children. Illuminate was thrilled by the passing of Colorado’s Healthy School Meals for All campaign, which ensures that all public school students will have access to nutritious meals at school. Check out all the other ways kids and families won at the polls here!

Thank You for Helping Us Build Brighter Childhoods

Even though 2022 is coming to a close, the work’s not done. And 2023 is right around the corner!

If you’re still looking for a way to help make an impact by the end of the year, be sure to check out our 1,000 Points of Light campaign. One hundred percent of funds raised will support effective programs that keep Colorado kids safe and strengthen families throughout the year. And, as an added bonus, donations made to Illuminate Colorado qualify for the Colorado Child Care Contribution Tax Credit. This means that you get 50% of your donation back as a credit on your Colorado state taxes!

We couldn’t do this work without the support and contributions of all of our partners across the state. And, as we reflect on the year we’ve had, we’re so thankful for each and every one of you who have come alongside us to achieve our shared mission of keeping kids safe and strengthening the families in our state. 

We wish you all a happy new year and a great start to 2023!

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Under the guidance of a Deputy Director, the Grants & Development Manager is a new position which will play a critical role in managing Illuminate Colorado’s resource development plan through grants and donor cultivation efforts. Working with relevant staff throughout the organization, the Grants & Development Manager will lead grant prospecting efforts, will facilitate grant writing for prospective and ongoing grants, and will ensure timely completion of grant reporting. Additionally, the Grants & Development Manager will manage individual donor cultivation activities, including fundraising events and volunteer opportunities.

The Grants & Development Manager will:

    • Manage all grant activity, including: achieving revenue targets and expanding partnerships, leading the development of accurate, detailed, and persuasive proposals within established deadlines, and researching and identifying grant funding sources that align with Illuminate’s mission, vision and goals, among other grant-related duties;
    • Manage the development and implementation of Illuminate Fundraising, Community Engagement, and Board-Driven events with support from the Executive Leadership team, Staff, Board, & Volunteers;
    • Manage donor database and information tracking processes regarding acknowledgement, recognition, on-going communications and continued cultivation of past and current donors and members to enhance their relationship with Illuminate.

Click Here for the Full Job Description

Experience, Skills, and Qualifications:

    • Three to five years of experience, with a proven aptitude for grant prospecting, submission, and reporting as well as management of small and large events.
    • Experience with donor database management.
    • Excellent verbal 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 and timelines, 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.
    • Ability to work independently, set priorities, and complete work timely and accurately.
    • 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.

 

Compensation and Schedule:

Full-time, salaried, exempt 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. Residency in Colorado, or anticipated relocation to Colorado in the near future (at your own expense), is a condition of employment with Illuminate.

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To Apply:

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Application Deadline:

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The Energy Bucket: Reframing Stress as a Catalyst for Positive Change

The Energy Bucket: Reframing Stress as a Catalyst for Positive Change

A note from Illuminate: There are many ways to strengthen families and we love lifting up our partners who are working to do just that. Our friends over at Better Pockets Financial are a great resource for anyone needing a little support when it comes to financial matters. Don’t hesitate to give them a shout, and enjoy the blog!

Stress tends to be viewed as a negative emotion or experience, but it is important to recognize the important role it plays in life.

While it is critical to develop strategies to prevent too much stress from accumulating, there is also value in identifying ways we can harness stress as a motivator for positive change.

Like with every emotion and experience in life, balance is key. I’m not a mental health professional, but I have learned of a few useful ways to put stress in a new and helpful perspective.

Years (and years) ago, I attended a conference for Child Welfare professionals. Many talented and enthusiastic presenters were sharing their insights, programs, and research on a plethora of topics related to Child Welfare and the profession of helping others.  Among those presenters was a university researcher who focused on understanding the physical impacts of stress.  He wondered if stress, in addition to a mental toll, created measurable negative impacts on one’s physical health.

To support his theory, he completed a number of tests.  One study involved comparing the brain scans of caseworkers and battlefield medics. He noted that in the scans, the parts of the brain that glowed in response to work-related stress were the same for both professions.  This was a very interesting observation that lends credence to the difficulty of being a caseworker.

I think the presenter recognized that the audience was becoming a bit glossy-eyed.  Perhaps by the technical nature of the information, or perhaps because we had all just finished lunch and were ready for either a coffee or a nap.  So, the presenter gracefully summarized his research findings in an impactful and memorable way.  The researcher gave the following analogy, which I hope sparks a similar moment of clarity for you, as it did for me:

Imagine, if you will, an ordinary bucket.  This bucket is filled with energy.  Some people naturally have very high levels of energy, some have less.  The point is, this energy in the bucket is yours.

When we decide there is something important in our lives, we assign energy to it.  This can be a task we need to accomplish or something we have been putting off.  The amount of energy we assign depends on the importance of the task. (And, this can change over time, too!)  As we assign more energy to more tasks, the amount of energy available in the bucket goes down.  The energy is finite– only so much can be assigned.

Now, here’s the key: there is tension in this assignment of energy…the energy wants to return to the bucket.  This tension is the physical manifestation of stress!  Because of this tension, an effective way to manage stress can be by accomplishing tasks. Checking an item off your to-do list can be a good way to return energy back to your bucket. 

It is important to note here that there are sources of stress that we have control over, as well as those we do not. While we may have control over our to-do list, systemic powers such as racism and sexism contribute to complicated stressors that we don’t necessarily have the ability to change. Luckily, however, we do have the power to prioritize, seek support, and focus on what we can change. Navigating stress using this approach may help us find the energy we need to deal with the more complex sources of stress in our lives.

The bucket analogy is a great way of thinking about how we can reframe stress as a catalyst for positive change.

Identifying what is drawing on your energy can be the first step in working towards change– in big and small ways.  It could be fixing that leaky faucet in the bathroom, picking up the dog poo in the backyard, scheduling that dentist visit, completing a spending plan (aka budget), or readjusting your financial plan after bringing a child into the home. This made perfect sense to me because when I complete something on my ‘To-Do’ list, I feel fantastic.  Heck, I sometimes add things to my ‘To-Do’ list just so I can cross it off! 

Start by making a list of the things you would like to get done and assign priority to each task. In fact, part of this process can include identifying tasks that you can remove from the list, in order to make room for items that hold more importance to you. It also can be helpful to remember that this list is not yours to complete alone. Most likely, there are many opportunities for you to reach out to your support system for backup. 

If you find there are financial matters that make it onto the list, consider reaching out to us. For instance, we can help if you have energy from your energy bucket assigned to:

    • Starting First Career
    • Getting Married
    • Having your First (or Second…or Third) Child
    • Changing Jobs (Career Pivot?)
    • Navigating a Divorce
    • Starting a Business
    • Sending Kids to College
    • Selling a Business
    • Taking Care of an Elderly Parent or Relative
    • Planning for Retirement
    • Estate and Legacy Considerations

We are happy to be a resource for you in your quest to return energy back into your bucket.

We know that when you reclaim energy by getting finance-related tasks done, you can then dedicate that energy to more important priorities to allow you to be the best parent, friend, neighbor, and community member you can be.

Afterall, our Mission at Better Pockets Financial is to Help You Create a Positive Impact in Your Pocket of the World.

There are multiple ways to reach out to us.  Here are just a few ways to do so:

Email Clint at Admin@BetterPocketsFinancial.com

This blog was written by Clint Edgar, from Better Pockets Financial.

Working to create better communities through better finances, Better Pockets Financial understands that achieving financial wellness can be intimidating and exhausting. They care and want to help you align your financial life with your values.

Read more about Clint on the Better Pockets Financial website.

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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
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      • 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:

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    Application Deadline:

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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
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        • 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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