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Become a part of one of the most important movements across our state: strengthening fathers, supporting families, building communities and preventing child poverty.

The SC Center for Fathers and Families is a faith-based nonprofit that works to end father absence.  For more than 20 years, we have created stronger, safer, and more prosperous families and communities by re-engaging fathers with their children in order to improve overall childhood well-being and reduce poverty. We are the voice for fathers in South Carolina and lead one of the nation’s largest and most experienced networks of community-based organizations providing men with the tools and resources they need to be great dads. 

 

Job Openings at the SC Center for Fathers and Families

The Project Manager will provide leadership and guidance for the Real Life Reality Check project among colleagues at the SC Center for Fathers and Families (the Center), local fatherhood organizations, community, high schools and at a local and national level around the planning, implementation, and tracking of specified project deliverables.

Specific duties include serving as liaison to stakeholders, participating in and leading project leadership planning and implementation sessions; collaborating with agency leadership, championing ways to develop and improve the project, and working with evaluation staff to ensure nFORM data collection and evaluation. The Project Manager must attend conferences, biennial grant meetings, technical assistance and regional meetings provided by the funder.

 

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The Grants Administrator and Relationship Manager is a critical position within the development infrastructure.  In this position, you will facilitate research, ensure alignment of grantor and Center mission, and work closely with the grant writer to ensure proper vetting and proposal development.  To ensure integrity and accountability of grant implementation, you will collaborate with Center leadership to guarantee the seamless, integrated coordination among staff at the Center for the life cycle of assigned grants through project completion and will work in tandem with key program, finance, evaluation and development staff. While several individuals within the Center are involved in a variety of activities associated with each grant, you will provide coordination and planning for the submission and reporting on assigned grants as well as stewardship of the grantors.   

 

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Job Openings at Local Fatherhood Organizations
The Economic Intervention Specialist is a member of a team of committed professionals working as a unit to provide customized services to men, fathers, and their families within a range of a multitude of services. This position's highest aim is a concentration on personal economic development, education, and advancement. The EIS should be an effective bridge and relationship builder and establish and strengthen key relationships to reinforce this focus. Other direct responsibilities include assistance directly with men and fathers to overcome any challenges and barriers specifically related to economics. Operate as a liaison between outside agencies, participants, family services, and other contacts to assist with participants' needs. The Intervention Specialist will be the critical link to helping assist, serve, develop, and navigate participants in the program, assist in the delivery of the cognitive education curriculum, specifically around economics, and will assist in coordination and delivery of services. The Economic Interventionist will be responsible for the planning, implementation, and ensuring all activities are in place and progressing, and championing ways to develop and improve. This position is highly involved in the coordination of services for clients and involves communication with the Statewide Economic Manager and all other team members. The requirements listed below are representative of the experience, knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required to perform the essential functions.

The Economic Intervention Specialist (EIS) is a member of a team of committed professionals working as a unit to provide customized services to men, fathers, and their families within a range of a multitude of services. This position’s highest aim is a concentration on personal economic development, education, and advancement. The EIS should be an effective bridge and relationship builder and establish and strengthen key relationships to reinforce this focus. Other direct responsibilities include assistance directly with men and fathers to overcome any challenges and barriers specifically related to economics. Operate as a liaison between outside agencies, participants, family services, and other contacts to assist with participants' needs. The EIS will be the critical link to helping assist, serve, develop, and navigate participants in the program, assist in the delivery of the cognitive education curriculum, specifically around economics, and will assist in coordination and delivery of services.

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The Outreach Coordinator will be the critical link to helping recruit and retain participants in the program and will assist in coordination and delivery of services to participants. Direct responsibilities may include providing assistance with daily logistic activities such as coordinating schedules, transportation, appointment assistance, follow-up, and follow-through. This position is highly involved in the coordination of services for the clients and involves communication with all team members. Other responsibilities include participant service and public relations.

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The Health Intervention Specialist is a member of a team of committed professionals providing customized services to men and their families. The Health Intervention Specialist will be the critical link to help recruit and retain participants in the program, assist in the delivery of health education in a holistic manner as it relates to mind, body, and spirit while supporting other areas of the program curricula including cognitive education within a peer support setting. The Health Interventionist will be responsible for the planning, implementation, and ensuring all project activities are in place and progressing, and championing ways to develop and improve. This position is highly involved in the coordination of services for clients and involves communication with the Statewide Access to Health Director and all other team members. Must be detail-oriented, accurate, and able to work with moderate supervision, manage time effectively and collaborate with outside agencies while maintaining a professional positive image. He or she should have the ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing to a diverse population and be able to work independently in an environment that has frequent deadlines and periods of high productivity while maintaining accuracy and efficiency.

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The Program Assistant is primarily responsible for all clerical and administrative duties for the team and its extended community communications and visibility within the office and community as needed. The Administrative Assistant will be responsible for a wide range of supportive and independent duties.

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The Outreach Coordinator will be the critical link to helping recruit and retain participants in the program and will assist in the coordination and delivery of services to participants.

Direct responsibilities may include providing assistance with daily logistic activities such as coordinating schedules, transportation, appointment assistance, follow-up, and follow-through. This position is highly involved in the coordination of services for the clients and involves communication with all team members. Other responsibilities include participant service and public relations.

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