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The Family Coordinator will support increased connection and access to children’s mental health services in Hennepin County through engagement activities with community-based organizations, families, and youth. The Family Coordinator will act as a liaison between community-based organizations, the children, youth, and families they serve and decision-making organizations such as local government and county agencies. They will work collaboratively with the Hennepin County’s Behavioral Health outreach and engagement team and the Hennepin County Children’s Mental Health Collaborative.
The Family Coordinator will prioritize work with Black, Indigenous, and other communities of color to better reflect parent and family voice and needs within the children’s mental health system. The Family Coordinator will identify gaps and needs of children, youth and families, and bring these to the attention of organizations working with children and youth as well as decision-makers.
This part-time Family Coordinator will work 30/hours a week. The Collaborative is hiring this position through a contract (not as an employee of our fiscal sponsor). The Family Coordinator position is a multi-year contracted position, with an annual renewal. The contracted position will pay up to $70,000/annually. The expected start date is March 2023.
The Family Coordinator will lead and support the following work and report to Collaborative’s Coordinator and work in partnership with Hennepin County’s Behavioral Health team.
Preference will be given for the following qualifications:
The Family Coordinator is expected to have their own computer, internet access, and home office equipment to manage the expected work and deliverables. General liability insurance and other insurance are necessary, but guidance will be provided upon an offer.
Applications for the contracted position are due by February 3, 2023. Interviews will take place mid February. Send your applications to Admin@LaCroixDalluhnConsulting.com.
For more information about this contracted position for the Hennepin County Children’s Mental Health Collaborative, contact the Coalition Coordinator, Laura LaCroix-Dalluhn at Laura@LaCroixDalluhnConsulting.com.
January 18th, 25th, & February 1st 2023 – 5:30-7:30 p.m
This winter, MHC will be hosting a timely virtual course, Woman, Life, Freedom: The Iranian Women’s Revolution in Transnational Context, with Dr. Yalda Hamidi from Minnesota State University-Mankato. The Iranian Feminist Movement of the moment is the first female-led movement in the Middle East and the world, which received global support and transnational solidarities, and incited several national and regional feminist resistance movements in Afghanistan, Turkey, India, and more. Understanding this movement can change our knowledge of the “other women” and how we perceive them in America and will challenge how we locate our feminist demand here in Minnesota.
This virtual course will meet for three weeks, and participants will learn more about Iranian history and culture, women’s rights in Iran, and the current women’s revolution, using pre-assigned readings and primary resources to guide their discussions. Key speakers will also be involved in each session to contribute their perspectives and engage participants in conversation.
Dr. Yalda Hamidi is Assistant Professor of Gender and Women’s Studies at Minnesota State University. She writes about the experiences of Iranian and Muslim women’s experiences of war and violence. At MNSU Mankato, Yalda teaches transnational feminism, feminist pedagogy, and queer identities courses. Yalda aspires to share women’s stories worldwide with her students, readers, and on social media.
January 18, 2023 – 5:30-7:30 p.m.
January 25, 2023 – 5:30-7:30 p.m.
February 1, 2023 – 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Registration for all 3 sessions is $30. Learn more and register here: https://www.mnhum.org/…/online-woman-life…/2023-01-18/
Minnesota Center for Book Arts is pleased to partner with the McKnight Foundation to offer two fellowships to mid-career book artists living and working in Minnesota who demonstrate exceptional artistic merit and commitment to the field. Applications for the 2023 McKnight Fellowships for Book Artists are open December 15, 2022–March 1, 2023. 2023 Fellowship Benefits Include:
The program is designed to award Minnesota book artists who have created a substantial body of work over a sustained period of time and are at a stage in their career that is beyond emerging. Minnesota Center for Book Arts values a culture of equity and inclusion and encourages artists with diverse cultural backgrounds and lived experiences to apply.
SEEKING QUALIFIED CANDIDATES
POSITION: Manager of Public Space Engagement
SALARY RANGE: $50-60,000 (exempt, salaried position), effective immediately, plus potential annual bonus
REPORT TO: Lisa Middag, Director of Public Space Engagement
DEADLINE: Ongoing; interviews will begin in January 2023 until the position is filled
THIS POSITION COULD BE FOR YOU IF…
Responsible for managing a wide range of placemaking and activation that happens primarily in outdoor public spaces downtown. This work is centered in our organizational goals around supporting an inclusive downtown and addressing public space challenges in innovative ways to both develop new and adapt and implement existing public space engagement programs, including, but not limited to:
Program Planning and Implementation—This position manages the ideation, program development, and implementation (including program layout, setup, servicing, and tear down) of public space engagement activities throughout downtown. This position will:
Collaboration and Partnership—This position requires deep collaboration with both internal and external partners to develop and refine our programs, including:
The DID is a business funded non-profit that leads and collaborates to make downtown safer, cleaner and greener. The mission of DID is to preserve and enhance a vital and attractive downtown Minneapolis for the people who invest in, work, shop, visit and live here. Our flagship operational program is the Downtown Ambassador program—those people who wear the dark blue and tennis ball yellow uniforms and provide outstanding customer service on the streets of downtown. We convene people across sectors and jurisdictions to work on downtown issues, develop innovative solutions to complex public space challenges.
DID and mdc are equal employment opportunity employers and do not discriminate against employees or job applicants on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, marital, family, veteran status or any other status or condition protected by applicable state or federal laws. The DID and mdc are committed to recruiting and hiring qualified
individuals without regard to protected status and encourage minorities, women, individuals with disabilities and veterans to apply for open positions.
EMPLOYER OF RECORD
DID’s administrative services (offices spaces, systems, staff, etc.) are provided to DID via a services agreement with the mpls downtown council (the “mdc”). This position will be an employee of the mdc serving to implement the DID. The mdc shares the same primary mission for downtown Minneapolis.
Please send a letter of interest and your CV/resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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