March of Dimes leads the fight for the health of all moms and babies. We are advocating for policies to protect them. We are working to radically improve the health care they receive. We are pioneering research to find solutions. We are empowering families with programs, knowledge and tools to have healthier pregnancies. By uniting communities, we are building a brighter future for us all.
We are dedicated to hiring a diverse workforce that fosters opportunities for personal and professional development. We provide a collaborative and supportive environment built upon our fundamental core principles where each employee is valued. Join us in the fight for healthy moms and strong babies.
Contribute to Mom and Baby Action Network (M-BAN) management activities to ensure continued growth, movement, and impact of cross-sector collaborative activities to address root causes of inequities in mom and baby health across our nation, with a special focus on addressing the maternal and infant health crises in Black, Indigenous, and other People of Color (BIPOC) communities.
- Results-Based Accountability and Facilitation - Leads groups through Results Based Accountability (RBA) and Results Based Facilitation (RBF) processes and frameworks.
- Research, analysis, and communication - Researches, collects, and synthesizes information from multiple sources, while expertly adapting the delivery of such information according to different audience types and communication modalities.
- Critical systems thinking skills applied through an anti-racist lens - Examines complex systems with an eye towards identifying opportunities for our collaborative M-BAN efforts to address policies and practices that perpetuate race-, gender-, and economic-based discrimination impacting maternal and infant health.
- Adaptive leadership – Applies adaptive leadership to anticipate likely future needs, effectively articulate such needs to help build a collective understanding and support for action, engage in continuous learning, adapt to changing conditions, and contribute to building a culture of transparency and accountability.
- Partnership development and coalition-building - Identifies, engages, cultivates, mobilizes, and sustains a diverse set of volunteers and partners in different geographic areas and from a variety of sectors, with particular attention to diversifying partnerships to authentically include the voices, priorities, and needs of under-represented communities most impacted by inequities in mom and baby health.
- Project and time management — Organizes and monitors multiple levels of details related to multiple internal and external customers.
- 5-7 years experience
- Master's degree in public health, social work, public policy, nonprofit management, and/or other related disciplines
- Understanding of maternal and infant health disparities and the root causes that contribute to these inequities (i.e. racism and discrimination, stress, economic instability, environmental conditions, access to quality healthcare)
- Understanding of program planning, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation concepts, best practices, and methodologies
- Understanding of coalition, network, strategic partnerships, and movement building principles and best practices
- High-level organizational skills
- Ability to handle multiple projects and customers simultaneously
- Ability to handle tight deadlines while producing high-quality deliverables
- Interpersonal skills
- Excellent writing and oral communication skills, including outstanding presentation, negotiation, and group facilitation skills
March of Dimes provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.
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