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Project Manager, Childcare Initiative

New London County is experiencing a childcare crisis that is negatively impacting many facets of our community; access to quality programs for developing children, parents who need care for their children so they can work, employers struggling to hire due to these barriers, and the childcare providers with significant educator vacancies.


The Project Manager will lead United Way's collective impact project and community initiatives that address the childcare workforce shortage crisis and other issues impacting the ability for families to access childcare. The position will coordinate and facilitate local agencies and community members through a guided process to achieve outcomes tied to community-identified goals within the project. 


The Project Manager will facilitate large group meetings, support workgroups, listen and engage with steering committees and community members, manage logistics and administrative details, and other tasks necessary to support progression and achievable outcomes of collective impact and community initiatives.


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Resume & Cover Letter by June 14, 2024 to:
Scott Umbel, Vice President of Community Impact