• Full Time
  • Remote

Website Triad Bright Futures

Partners for strong families & quality early experiences

Triad Bright Futures is seeking a Project Manager to coordinate implementation of the Bright Futures Roadmap in Jefferson County. The Project Manager will work closely with partners and Triad Bright Futures Executive Director to keep workgroups on track, manage time and resources, and coordinate shared impact measures in support of the Bright Futures Roadmap vision: All families in Jefferson, Clear Creek and Gilpin counties have the support they need to promote their child’s well-being for sustained success in school and life.

Job Summary and Responsibilities*:

The Project Manager will:

  • Provide ongoing project management to the Bright Futures Roadmap including facilitation of cornerstone workgroup meetings to achieve project and policy advocacy goals. Facilitate collaboration across cornerstones and the local early childhood system. Design project processes, schedules, and tools.
  • Develop strong working relationships with stakeholders throughout Jefferson County whose participation and expertise are necessary to successfully advance the vision of the Bright Futures Roadmap. These relationships include community members, county agencies, child care providers, school districts and community-based organizations in Jefferson County.
  • Establish shared impact measures for the Roadmap in collaboration with cornerstone partners.
  • Hold cornerstone groups accountable to work plan, while providing meaningful feedback and direction.
  • Serve as point person for development of Roadmap policy goals together with cornerstone partners, Executive Director and consultant(s).
  • In collaboration with the Triad Bright Futures team and community partners, develop and implement continuous quality improvement practices to monitor progress, outcomes and impact and adjust Roadmap strategies accordingly.
  • Assist in creation of Bright Futures Roadmap project dashboard demonstrating impact of efforts, including community-based participatory practices.
  • Assist communications team with public awareness campaigns about the importance of high-quality early care and education and early childhood social emotional development.
  • Be a role model for equitable partnership practices and inclusive meeting facilitation.

* Duties and responsibilities may include any combination of the functions listed above. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list but to illustrate likely job elements.

Required Knowledge and Skills:

  • Detail-oriented, collaborator and team player with excellent organizational and communication skills.
  • Ability to listen and build trust with community members.
  • Experience managing complex projects, supporting workgroups and teams, monitoring progress, and compiling reports.
  • Experience utilizing community-engaged participatory research or practices.
  • Strategic mindset: align detailed work to big picture.
  • Bring clarity and solutions: comfortable working through ambiguity.
  • Responsible and resourceful: problem-solving skills focused on getting things done by working with resources across the organization and early childhood system.
  • Ability to adapt to in-the-moment challenges that can arise during partner convenings.
  • Strong computer skills: Proficient in Office 365, databases, and Google Workspace. Experience using project management tools. Comfortable working with online Zoom meetings and using backend features to promote participation and engagement.
  • Commitment to anti-racism and equity; experience working with people or communities of diverse cultures and backgrounds.

Preferred Education and Experience:

  • Minimum 3-5 years project management experience within nonprofit, public health, education or human services field.
  • Bachelor’s degree in public health, social work, early childhood, human services, or related field.
  • Grant writing and reporting experience a plus.
  • An affinity for a nonprofit, community-based work environment.
  • Bilingual English-Spanish or other foreign language skills preferred.

Job Details:

  • Reports to: Executive Director
  • Full/Part Time Status: Full-time
  • Location: Remote
  • Some weekend and evening meetings are required.
  • Travel Requirements: Local travel in Jefferson County required.

Triad Bright Futures is supported by the Colorado Statewide Parent Coalition (CSPC) as fiscal sponsor. The Triad Bright Futures Project Manager is an employee of CSPC.

Compensation and Benefits:

The expected salary range for this position is between $70,000 to $73,000, commensurate with experience. CSPC offers a competitive benefits package including medical, vision and dental insurance with employer contributions up to $700 per month, unlimited PTO, 403(b) and 401(k) retirement plans with employer match up to 3%, ongoing professional development opportunities, child care stipend, technology and home office reimbursement, computer and cell phone benefits.

How to Apply:

To see the full job description, please visit the Career Opportunities page of the Triad Bright Futures website.

Interested applicants should email a single PDF file to Triad Bright Futures Executive Director Jennifer Anton (jennifer@triadbrightfutures.org) with the subject line “Triad Bright Futures Project Manager.” Please include:

  1. Cover letter to explain why you want the job and what makes you well-suited for the role
  2. Resume
  3. List of 3 references with contact information

To apply for this job email your details to jennifer@triadbrightfutures.org