The Mat-Su Health Foundation (MSHF) seeks a full-time Building Superintendent to be responsible for management of a multi-tenant facility. Annual salary is $85,000 DOE plus full benefits. Complete job description may be downloaded here. To apply, send cover letter, resume, and 3 references to email@example.com. Open until filled, with first review of applications February 19, 2018. NOTE: This posting replaces the previously announced position of Real Estate/Property Manager. Previous applicants need not reapply.
Director, Connect Mat-Su
The Mat-Su Health Foundation (MSHF) is funding the creation of a community resource center network called Connect Mat-Su. Connect Mat-Su is envisioned as both a physical and virtual center that will link residents with immediate access to the information, referrals, and direct assistance that is needed for them to thrive physically, mentally, and emotionally, as well as provide a platform to increase collaboration among professionals and connection among residents in Mat-Su. The network will be composed of several organizational partners who are currently conducting this type of work separately. To champion this new endeavor, a self-motivated Director to conduct outreach efforts, develop and maintain strong working relationships, manage the technical components of the network, and coordinate a program team composed of staff from several organizations which manages the day-to-day administration is being sought. This position is funded by the Mat-Su Health Foundation and administrated through Sultana New Ventures, LLC, a subsidiary of The Foraker Group. The Director is an employee of Sultana, LLC. This position reports tot eh Connect Mat-Su Advisory Board. Salary is $76,500. The complete job description maybe downloaded here. In addition, applicants may review an overview of Connect Mat-Su here.
The position is considered open until filled with review of applications scheduled for March 1, 2018. More information is available on the Foraker Group website. To be considered for this opportunity, qualified applicants can send their letter of interest and resume to Connectmatsu.firstname.lastname@example.org.
AmeriCorps Positions Supporting R.O.C.K. Mat-Su ("Raising Our Children with Kindness")
Trauma Sensitive Schools Coordinator
R.O.C.K. Mat-Su seeks a full-time Trauma Sensitive Schools Coordinator through AmeriCorps. You do not need to be a current volunteer but would need to become an AmeriCorps member if selected. R.O.C.K. Mat-Su vision for the AmeriCorps volunteer’s duties include:
• Serve as a resource to schools, central offices, agencies, advocates, parents and students facilitating trauma-informed practices
• Follow-up with school cohorts who have or are currently working with the National Council for Behavioral Health (NCBH) to determine schools progress and needs
• Work with administrative district and school leadership staff to ensure that policies and procedures reflect an understanding of the role of trauma in student behaviors
• Survey staff from NCBH school cohorts to identify areas of interest for training opportunities
• Coordinate with MSBSD staff to organize training opportunities
• Organize information sharing sessions for NCBH school cohorts to share what is working well and brainstorm solutions for challenges
• Convene groups of students (both formally and informally) to increase understanding of opportunities and challenges arising from implementing the trauma-sensitive school model
• Assist MSBSD staff in ongoing evaluation efforts for schools in both cohorts
• Assist MSBSD staff in supporting trauma sensitive schools as needed
Pay and benefits offered by AmeriCorps include the folowing: Monthly stipend ($1,550), relocation (up to $600), health benefits, child care assistance, and Education Award upon completion ($5,815). Application deadline is January 31, 2018. To learn more and apply, click here.
Youth Leadership Council Coordinator
R.O.C.K. Mat-Su seeks a full-time Youth Leadership Council Coordinator through AmeriCorps. You do not need to be a current volunteer but would need to become an AmeriCorps member if selected. R.O.C.K. Mat-Su vision for the AmeriCorps volunteer’s duties include:
• Researching best practices for development of a Youth Leadership Council (YLC)
• Working with R.O.C.K. Mat-Su partners to recruit and develop YLC
• Develop and facilitate YLC
o Create recruitment materials
o Application process
o Design meeting structure
o Develop group expectations
o Incentives for participation
o Develop training requirements (including developing cultural humility)
o Develop survey tool to evaluate youth engagement
o Coordinate and assist with facilitation of ongoing YLC meetings and activities
• Develop training, enrichment, and outreach for council members
• Develop outreach opportunities and collaborations with other non-profits and coalitions surrounding youth voice and issues
• Train R.O.C.K. Mat-Su partners on how to utilize the YLC and its members
• Participate in R.O.C.K. Mat-Su meetings and trainings
• Attend personal and professional development opportunities
• Assist with additional R.O.C.K. Mat-Su strategies based on professional and personal interests
• Record Data for Evaluation/Outcome Measurement
• Develop a long-term vision for the YLC
Pay and benefits offered by AmeriCorps include the following: Monthly stipend ($1,550 ), relocation (up to $600), health benefits, child care assistance, and Education Award ($5,815). Application deadline is January 31, 2018. To learn more and apply, click here.