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Director, Family and Youth Financial Stability Bachelor's Degree Job

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Job Summary

The Foundation is seeking a director of Family and Youth Financial Stability. This unique position involves designing and managing the Financial Stability and Assets (FSA) and Two-Generation (Young Parents) portfolios within the Center for Economic Opportunity (CEO). This role is responsible for directing strategic priorities into aligned and scalable practice models, policy and system reform solutions and field-building products. In addition, this role will build collaborative partnerships across CEO, other units and external partners.

Reports To

Vice President, Center for Economic Opportunity

Responsibilities

  • Provide strategic goal setting, management, implementation and administrative oversight for the FSA and Two Generation portfolios and staff
  • Provide strategic and operational guidance of current and new innovative initiatives focused on closing the racial wealth gap as well as promoting family stability and paths to economic opportunity for youth and young parents in the South and Southwest
  • Work with the CEO vice president to design and develop a results-oriented strategic framework to achieve family, youth and young parent financial stability as well as racial and ethnic equity that aligns with the FSA and Two Generation portfolios
  • Communicate and collaborate with the Director of Education, Employment and Training
  • Analyze and use data to monitor progress as part of performance measurement and continuous improvement to achieve measurable results
  • Represent the Foundation’s mission, principles and work by participating in internal and external meetings, public presentations, and the preparation of written materials; serve on key committees and boards to advance Foundation interests and inform its work

Qualifications

The ideal candidate will have:

  • deep knowledge of financial stability and economic opportunity strategies, especially for youth, young adults, young parents and their children and communities of color;
  • at least 10 years of practitioner experience achieving results in the areas of financial stability, asset building, benefits access and education and training for children, youth and families, including postsecondary;
  • demonstrated experience in supervising staff, working collaboratively with diverse stakeholders and producing equitable results; and
  • subject-matter expertise in implementing practice and policy initiatives that address structural pathways and barriers to racial and gender equity and to income and wealth building for children, youth and families.

A master’s degree (MBA, MMP, MPA, MPH, MSW or JD) with practice and policy knowledge in areas such as family and youth financial stability, debt reduction, wealth and asset building and two-generation strategies for parents and their children, including family supports, is preferred.

Compensation

Commensurate with experience

How to Apply

Please submit your resume and a cover letter describing how you fit the qualifications above, why you are the best person for this job and why working for the Foundation as a director, Family and Youth Financial Stability interest you. The Foundation will not consider resumes submitted without a cover letter. Read the full job description and apply online at www.aecf.org/about/jobs

Company Description
Background
The Annie E. Casey Foundation is dedicated to building a brighter future for millions of children at risk of poor educational, economic, social and health outcomes. The Foundation’s work focuses on strengthening families, building stronger communities and ensuring access to opportunity, because children and youth need all three to succeed. We advance research and solutions to overcome the barriers to success, help communities demonstrate what works and influence decision makers to invest in strategies based on solid evidence.