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University of Maryland School of Social Work
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Baltimore, MD 21201

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Jennifer Hasselbusch

The PH Data Analyst who will report directly to the Director of Research and Evaluation and be responsible for the coordination, analysis and reporting of Promise Heights project data. This posting will close on February 5, 2019. Full description and application can be viewed here.

 The Director of Early Childhood. We would like the chosen applicant to have an LCSW-C. The primary purpose of the Director for Early Childhood is to create and implement a strategic plan that facilitates collaboration and coordination among existing early childhood education programs in the West Baltimore community of Upton/Druid Heights to prepare low income children to enter kindergarten and to improve transitions from early learning to K-12. The Director will create a local coalition to develop an early childhood system of care in which public and private providers offer a wide range of programs working toward the same goals with the same expectations. This position will directly supervise a team of Early Childhood Mental Health Consultants (licensed social workers) and facilitate a parent education curriculum.  The posting will close on February 7, 2019. Full description and application can be accessed here.

The Marketing Specialist, under the supervision of the Promise Heights Executive Director, will provide strategic marketing, communication, and public relations expertise and guidance to the initiative. This position will be responsible for communicating and promoting the mission and vision of Promise Heights, both internally and externally. External stakeholders include local and national media, funders, local and state legislators, and community residents. The position will be responsible for creating, distributing, and maintaining print, and digital communications; generating related content for the website; maintaining ongoing media outreach; developing annual progress reports; and promoting the brand and reputation of Promise Heights. The posting closes on February 25, 2019. Full description and application can be accessed here.