Open Positions

The work of SFTA and our member agencies is made possible only by the dedication, skills, and enthusiasm of talented staff. On this page we will post positions available at SFTA, our Family Resource Center members, and our CCR&R member agencies.

 

AT MEMBER AGENCIES:
  • Bilingual Parent Education Facilitator (Eng/Span) (Watertown Family Connections)
  • Triple P Coordinator (Watertown Family Connections)
  • Executive Director (Family Resource Center of Sheboygan County)
AT SFTA:
  • Member-At-Large, SFTA Board of Directors
  • Early Childhood Initiatives Manager
  • Early Childhood Initiatives Program Coordinator
  • Professional Development Specialist

Bilingual Parent Education Facilitator (Eng/Span)

Watertown Family Connections (Watertown, WI)

Watertown Family Connections is seeking an individual to join its team. The Bilingual Parent Education Facilitator partners with the latinx parent/s to strengthen the parent-child relationship by improving parenting skills and empowering parents toward self-sufficiency. The Bilingual Parent Education Facilitator establishes a trusting relationship with families by providing services in center/school and groups; maintains accurate, up-to date records; and participates in scheduled supervisory meetings with the Director. This position operates within WFC’s mission, vision, and values, which are incorporated in all aspects of job performance, and according to WFC’s policies and procedures and culturally informed best practice standards.

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To apply: Interested individuals should send a resume and cover letter outlining how they meet the specific requirements to stephanie@watertownfamilyconnections.com

 

 

Triple P Coordinator

Watertown Family Connections (Watertown, WI)

Watertown Family Connections is seeking an individual to join its team. This position oversees the day-to-day activities of the Triple P program which include: recruitment of participants, coordinating facilitators, and marketing the program. The TP Coordinator will assist the Executive Director by handling administrative tasks and serving as the liaison with partnering agencies and organizations. This position operates within WFC’s mission, vision, and values, which are incorporated in all aspects of job performance, and according to WFC’s policies and procedures and culturally informed best practice standards.

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To apply: Interested individuals should send a resume and cover letter outlining how they meet the specific requirements to stephanie@watertownfamilyconnections.com

 

Executive Director

Family Resource Center of Sheboygan County (Plymouth, WI)

The Family Resource Center (FRC) of Sheboygan County, an established nonprofit of 25 years, is looking
for an Executive Director to drive community partnerships, nurture teamwork in a positive workplace,
and lead the organization to realize a shared vision for growth and success. This person will build on
current organizational strengths and partner with the Board of Directors (BOD) to build community
support. The Executive Director must have the desire and skills to grow programs and revenue streams,
while staying focused on our mission of building strong families and strong communities.

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To apply: Interested individuals should send a resume and cover letter outlining how they meet the specific requirements to jbonnett@frc-sc.org

 

 

 

 

Member-At-Large, SFTA Board of Directors

Supporting Families Together Association

The board of directors is the organization’s governing body. It is entrusted with the authority to establish policy for the governance of Supporting Families Together Association. Its members are trustees who act on behalf of SFTA and have the principle responsibility for setting and fulfilling the mission. The board forms the strategic plan to accomplish the mission and oversees and evaluates the plan. The board hires the executive directors, provides support and supervision to the directors, is responsible for the financial solvency and sustainability of the organization by providing proper financial oversight and ensuring adequate resources; and establishes and oversees the organization’s policies and procedures for human resource management.

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To apply, complete the Board Member Interest Survey and send to eva@supportingfamiliestogether.org

 

 

Early Childhood Initiatives Manager

Supporting Families Together Association (Madison, WI)

The Initiatives Manager is responsible for:

  • Keeping SFTA connected to and involved with current trends and initiatives in the early childhood and family support field. In this role the Manager will work with cross-sector partners to create best practice and policy on initiatives that support the work of professionals in the early childhood and family support field.
  • Building and maintaining relationships with statewide stakeholders and collaborating partners to enhance outreach efforts.
  • Development, implementation, and evaluation of programming at SFTA and our member Agencies.
  • Advocating, on behalf of SFTA’s membership network, for early education, child care, and families.

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Early Childhood Initiatives Program Coordinator

Supporting Families Together Association (Madison, WI)

Under the general supervision of the Program Manager, the Program Coordinator is responsible for successful program design, implementation, and execution. The Program Coordinator will lead multiple programs internally and statewide level, including the Partner Up! Grant, Child Care Expulsion prevention, Child Health Impacts, professional development related, and SFTA’s early childhood program initiatives. The Program Coordinator will work with SFTA staff and Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies (CCR&R) across the state to advance programing for our CCR&R Members, funders, and stakeholders.

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Professional Development Specialist

Supporting Families Together Association (Madison, WI)

The Professional Development Specialist will provide staff of SFTA’s member agencies with professional development opportunities to help them develop skills and knowledge that supports their work. This includes helping staff develop expertise in the training content so they can meet fidelity standards when sharing that content with families and child care providers. This position will coordinate and support multiple pathways to professional development, such as community based training, credit based instruction, and competency based training.

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Volunteer with SFTA

If you want to get involved in Supporting Families Together Association’s efforts, volunteering is a great way to get started! We have a range of opportunities available based on interest, availability, and the skills you have to offer, including support for SFTA events, fundraising and outreach efforts, and in-house responsibilities.

To apply, email info@supportingfamiliestogether.org with a brief statement of your skillset and why you are interested in volunteering with us.