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Deputy Director, New Orleans Early Education Network

New Orleans Early Education Network seeks a high-capacity, dynamic Deputy Director of the New Orleans Early Education Network. This is an executive position reporting directly to the NOEEN Executive Director (ED). This position will manage day-to-day operations of NOEEN’s largest bodies of programmatic work and will be a key partner of the ED in execution of the organization’s mission and vision.

Reporting to the ED, the Deputy Director will have both internal and external facing responsibilities, ranging from partner and project management (business development, framing of key approaches, high-quality program delivery, written products) to administration (reporting) and human capital (human resources/recruiting, mentoring, career progression). The Deputy Director will partner closely with the ED to map NOEEN’s future growth and strategic response to an ever-increasing interest in the early childhood field and demand for the organization’s services.

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Managing Director, Center for Early Childhood Programs and Professional Development 

Agenda for Children (Agenda) seeks a Managing Director of the Center to execute the goal of establishing Agenda as the “go to” organization in the region for high-quality training and job-embedded professional development for early childhood educators. While much of the groundwork has been laid, the Managing Director will build on and oversee the success of the business plan, manage day-to-day operations, and supervise the Center’s staff. Additionally, acting as its key advocate, the Managing Director will promote and expand the Center’s services, ensuring that high-quality teaching and learning remain the highest priority to ensure that every child experiences a high-quality, impactful early education.

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Director, Child Advocacy and Policy Center

Agenda for Children (Agenda) seeks a Director for our Child Advocacy and Policy Center to create and implement the organization’s strategic policy agenda. With a “boots on the ground” approach, the Director will work collaboratively with our advocacy partners and others to actualize a broad based agenda to improve child well-being statewide, with a specific focus on improving disparities among children. The Director will represent Agenda and act as an external relations officer, engaging in partner and media relations with the overarching goal to build public understanding of children’s issues and increase support for policies that improve child well-being.

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