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Current Career Openings

  • The Office & Human Resource Coordinator reports to and provides support to the VP of Human Resources as well as other management and staff in carrying out the daily tasks associated in support of the overall organization, programs/initiatives, and external communications.

  • Responsible for building, creating, and maintaining central navigation pathways for connecting young people to supports and services at the point of entry into Project Everlast Omaha, PEO. Develop, expand, and maintain resource/partner relationships to provide best coordination of services for young people. Formalize central access navigation model following best practices throughout target areas. Ensures that services and supports are focused on the seven target areas for young people transitioning into adulthood: Education, Employment, Housing, Finances, Transportation, Mental/Physical Health, and Permanency.

  • This position is responsible for the coordination and implementation of leadership and engagement activities to strengthen partnerships with individuals with lived experience within communities and Nebraska Children. This position supports and demonstrates the needed practices to enhance authentic partnerships, relationships, co-design, and shared decision making for a strong partnership infrastructure.

  • Responsible for connecting youth to supports and services at the point of entry into Project Everlast Omaha (PEO through the Connected Youth Initiative (CYI) core component of central navigation. Ensures that services and supports are focused on the seven target areas for youth transitioning into adulthood: Education, Employment, Housing, Finances, Transportation, Mental/Physical Health, and Permanency.

    Responsible for the creation of the Project Everlast Pathway Plan for each youth that enters PEO. Assists with the planning/implementation of other PEO activities.

  • This position will develop and manage a robust portfolio of major donors and institutional funders, focusing on stewarding individual and institutional investors, both prospective and current, to financially support the mission and statewide work of Nebraska Children. Develop and grow major donor program. Collaborate to identify new fundraising strategies and opportunities. Write compelling grant proposals and make major donor asks.

  • The Assistant Vice President will be responsible for the development, coordination and implementation of education, training and capacity building to support Nebraska Children’s community wellbeing framework and core principles within the organization, with external partners, and across communities. This includes leading various teams focused on the curricula development, training, implementation, and evaluation. This position will be focused on core principles for prevention and frameworks that support our comprehensive Community Wellbeing efforts. Operationalizing prevention principles and frameworks is paramount to building a robust prevention system in Nebraska.

Please submit resume and work samples (if applicable) via our job application portal.

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