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Greater Sacramento Urban League is seeking a talented marketing professional to fill the role of Communications Associate. The individual in this position will develop communications and marketing collateral, including corporate materials, videos, social media posts, and web content. The ideal candidate will be deadline-oriented, experienced in issues management, and a skilled storyteller of nuanced narratives shared with multiple audiences across multiple platforms. This position is a valued team member in the Communications & Public Affairs department. The priority deadline for this position is March 3, 2023. Applications will be evaluated as they are received. Click here for more information.
Program Manager, Black Child Legacy Campaign
The Black Child Legacy Campaign (BCLC) is a community-driven movement established to reduce death rates among Black children in Sacramento County. BCLC is made up of seven Community Incubator Leaders (CIL) that represent the neighborhoods that have been identified as having the highest numbers of Black child deaths in the County. GSUL serves as the CIL for the Oak Park community. The CIL’s four areas for reducing Black child death rates include perinatal conditions, infant safe sleep, child abuse and neglect, and third-party homicide. The Program Manager acts as a bridge between the Oak Park community, county health resources and government authorities at local and regional levels. They also provide vital assistance in the distribution of funding, the implementation of community projects and monitoring the progress of the community and is responsible for community partnership development and outreach, community resourcing, community event planning and development resident and client, engagement and outreach for the Oak Park Black Child Legacy Campaign-CIL. Applications received by Monday, February 27, 2023 will receive priority consideration. Click here for more information.
Youth Social Justice Programs Manager
Under the supervision of the Youth and Family Services Center Director, the Youth Social Justice Programs Coordinator will ensure the success of GSUL’s youth-focused and grant-funded programs. The incumbent will lead programs including academic support, youth substance abuse prevention, and youth-led social change initiatives for youth ages 12-26. This position is responsible for recruiting and/or retaining youth participants, coordinating and implementing program elements, and reporting on program outcomes. The priority deadline for this position is March 3, 2023. Applications will be evaluated as they are received. Click here for more information.