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The following positions are available at this time.

If you are interested in applying for a position please send your resume to Linda Cichon by fax to (954)765-0587 or by e-mail to hr@hmhbbroward.org

1. Director of Development


Must embrace the mission of Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies.

Outstanding oral and written communication skills are necessary along with the ability to be highly organized, creative, energetic, and assertive and exhibit the independent judgment and personal integrity necessary to carry out management role in fundraising. Be a “self-starter” and goal driven to initiate donor visits and calls. A positive and team oriented approach to engaging colleagues, Donors, board members, and volunteers.


A minimum of 3 to 5 years’ experience in relationship development, securing funds and partnerships, along with fundraising, preferably in nonprofit.


Bachelor Degree


  • Develop and implement an annual fundraising plan to produce effective strategies to achieve income targets across a range of revenue streams.
  • Monitor trends in the community/region and adapt fundraising strategies as necessary.
  • Cultivate community partners, donors and volunteers by engaging them and educating on the mission of HMHB.
  • Attend a minimum of (4) four networking meetings per month and document. Example, Chamber, community events etc.
  • Schedule and log in Donor Database face to face meetings and attend (8) eight face-to-face appointments monthly with potential donors. Meeting a minimum of (96) ninety-six yearly appointments.
  • Identify prospective donors and funding sources including foundations, grants, corporate sponsors etc.
  • Work with the Executive Director on preparing grants.
  • Track income and expenditures for activities for evaluation.
  • Develop and manage public relations and marketing.
  • Secure and maintain financial support from individuals, foundations, corporations and new as wells as current donors.
  • Manage data entry of all donors. List should include mailing address, contact number and donations.
  • Coordinate in-kind donations and ensure issuing of receipts.
  • Manage event payment/donations by utilizing black tie or other avenues.
  • Ensure regular communications with donors, including re-solicitations, proper acknowledgement of gifts.
  • Provide fundraising services and marketing support to programs.
  • Keep website and social media current.
  • Promote brand awareness through corporate presentations for employee/volunteer giving campaigns.
  • Produce solicitation materials and agency newsletter.
  • Maintain in-depth knowledge of Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies needs, both general and specific to various programs and departments.
  • Work with all members of management to review and approve community presentations that are provided to enhance agency exposure.
  • Where appropriate and required, manage support staff, freelance, temporary employees and related volunteer organizations.
  • Provide reports of monthly/yearly “amounts solicited” and “amounts received” as well as demonstrating continuous progress toward project goals through documentation.
  • Assist to secure and engage prospective Board of Director Members.
  • Directly managing volunteers, and/or providing guidance, support, resources and tools.
  • Secure and engage Fundraising and or Marketing Chair from the Board of Directors.
  • Secure chairs for fundraising events.
  • Promote the volunteer program to gain community support of the volunteer program and the organization.
  • Any other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.

2. Executive Assistant

This is a non-exempt position


Minimum high school diploma and or vocational educational training and 2 years’ experience in office management. Excellent written and verbal communication skills required. Self-motivated and able to function at high-level accuracy. Must be able to multi-task with ease. Advanced computer skills needed. Bookkeeping/accounting skills necessary. Bilingual skills an asset.


Full time, 40 hours per week. Some weekend and evening duties. Work hours to be defined by program needs, supervisor and employee.


  • Assistant to Executive Director, Program Director, and Finance/HR Controller.
  • General office management to include: general correspondence, data entry, filing, typing, maintain staff birthday list and acknowledgements.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office products (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
  • Schedule and Organize weekly staff meetings, council meetings and board meetings.
  • Take dictation of meetings minutes and accurately enter data into minutes’ template for ED’s review and email out to Members.
  • Act as the point of contact between the executives and internal/external clients.
  • Screening calls, managing calendars, making travel, meeting and event arrangements.
  • Maintains customer confidence and protects operations by keeping information confidential.
  • Arrange meetings and appointments and provide reminders.
  • Act as liaison between the Agency and IT Vendor or Copy Machine Vendor to ensure operation of equipment by following Vendors instructions; troubleshooting malfunctions; calling for repairs; maintaining equipment inventories; evaluating new equipment and techniques.
  • Assist as needed with fund raising activities.
  • Schedule and attend staff meetings.
  • Maintain Agency master calendar.
  • Monitor office supplies and research advantageous deals or suppliers.
  • Work cooperatively with management, staff and volunteers.
  • Submit time sheets, work logs, travel logs, in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Maintain a high level of accuracy and timeliness in work products.
  • Maintain contact list of clients and staff with heavy focus during hurricane season.
  • Prepare office staff on emergency procedures such as fire drills.
  • Assist with other duties as assigned.

3. Safe Sleep Program Manager

QUALIFICATIONS:  Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Social Services, public health or health related area with 5 years of Community Health Experience.  Must possess excellent Communication skills, both written and oral; community outreach and presentation skills, computer skills; knowledge of community resources; and cultural competency.

HOURS: Full time, some evenings and weekends. Work hours to be defined by program needs, supervisor and employee


·   Oversee and organize safe sleep efforts to reduce sleep related deaths in Broward County   in conjunction with both County, State and National efforts.

·   Work collaboratively with HMHB consultants on reaching first responders through Direct On Seen Education (DOSE)

·   Coordinate with BSO and DCF to ensure that ongoing safe sleep training and updates are occurring with their Training department and staff.

·   Follow up on data collection and calls that are occurring with BSO/DCF and safe sleep needs identified.

·   Coordinate and provide safe sleep education trainings for childcare centers and community agencies that service families with infants and young children.

·   Work with Maternal/child health educator to re-introduce/implement Medical Model Behavior to the medical community and hospital districts.

·   Monitor and follow up on Safe Sleep implementation of Model Behavior and compliance of hospitals.  Oversee the collection of audits to take place at 8 delivery hospitals in Broward.

·   Work with maternal/child health educator to provide training to health community to include OB, pediatric and primary care centers.   

·   Liaison to the Safe Sleep Committee

·   Identify gaps in community safe sleep education and respond appropriately

·   Provide oversight to the Cribs For Kids Program

·   Identify opportunities to inform the community (i.e. town hall meetings/community events, etc.)and participate as the Safe Sleep Advocate.

·   Assist with the development and oversight of marketing, messaging and educational and training materials for family strengthening providers, and social service agencies.

·   Oversee safe sleep training that is occurring to maternal/child health providers.

·   Responsible for providing infant safe sleeping and SIDS/SUID education to individuals and MCH providers.

·   Participate in local Committee’s involved in reducing infant deaths.


4. Fatherhood Mentorship Program

Case Manager 

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree and/or 2+ years’ experience in case management or social services.  Excellent skills in case management and time management are necessary.

Knowledge of at risk communities in Broward County. Outreach experience a must. Excellent written and verbal communication skills required. Computer skills needed. Must be able to instruct, lead others and establish relationships. Candidate must have reliable transportation. The Case Manager will report directly to the Program Manager.

HOURS: 40 hours per week. Some weekend and evening duties are required. Work hours are defined by program needs.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

The Case Manager will be responsible for providing in-home case management services to fathers in conjunction with the 12 week group educational sessions. The Case Manager will work with the Program Coordinator, mentors and fathers participating in the Fatherhood Mentorship Program activities.

  • Conduct intense case management/education weekly for participants enrolled in the Program
  • Conduct regular home visits.
  • Assist with group educational sessions for fathers.
  • Conduct and complete intake assessment within a timely manner.
  • Develop a case plan for each father to work towards setting goals.
  • Implement quality improvement action plan that will address areas of concern indicated by internal and/or external evaluations.
  • Attend trainings as required, such as the 24/7 DAD curriculum.  
  • Identify referral resources as needed for fathers and their families.
  • Assist fathers in seeking job readiness training, and link fathers to appropriate GED preparation courses, vocational schools and other resources to enhance fathers’ employability.
  • Arrange transportation for participants as needed
  • Maintain accurate and current case notes on all required documentation forms
  • Maintain updated weekly scheduled appointments, along with time sheet and mileage form for reimbursement.
  • Through a grass roots effort recruit fathers for the Program.
  • Attend community events to promote the Fatherhood Mentorship Program and to enhance opportunities for future recruitment.
  • Attend all staff and team meetings as scheduled
  • Participate and assist in conducting family building activities for participants

5. Teen Parent Program Counselor/Case Manager

Qualifications:  Masters in Social Work, Psychology, counseling or mental health related field with at least two years of experience in the field. Experience in Cognitive Behavior Therapy or other therapeutic model. Excellent written and verbal communication, and time management skills a must. Bi-lingual in English/Spanish or Creole/English is preferred.  Computer proficiency. Must have reliable transportation.

Description:  Counselor/Case Manager will provide intensive in-home case management and counseling while providing the Nurturing Parenting Program curriculum, Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and/or Trauma Focused CBT with Motivational Interviewing, as indicated by assessment. 

Hours:  Full time 40 hours/week.  Some weekends and or evenings may be required as defined by program and participant needs.


  • Conduct in-home, intense case management and/or counseling weekly, for at least 2 hours each with pregnant/Parenting teen moms up to the babies second birthday.
  • Conduct initial/clinical assessment, trauma assessment and develop  service plan.
  • Conduct in-home CBT and/or TF-CBT counseling and client education.
  • Attend trainings as required.
  • Provide education to the pregnant/Parenting teen mom pertaining to childbirth and other resources to empower them for independence.
  • Meet or exceed the required units on a weekly basis as determined by contract.
  • Seek referral resources as needed for obtaining needed items for clients and their babies.
  • Maintain accurate and current case notes on all required documentation forms.
  • Maintain updated weekly scheduled appointments, time sheet and mileage form.
  • Maintain all documentation and contacts for or on behalf of the client for unit billing.
  • Conduct outreach as needed.
  • Attend all staff and team meetings as scheduled.
  • Participate in and assist in conducting Support group activities for clients as needed.
  • Provide Nurturing Parenting or other approved curriculum in home sessions.
  • Assist with group facilitation and training as needed..
  • Provide parent/child development testing.  Counsel and provide case   management and referrals as defined by program requirements.
  • Ongoing case evaluation
  • Work cooperatively and professionally with management, staff and volunteers.