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About Communities In Schools of North Carolina

Communities In Schools of North Carolina (CISNC) is a national leader in the CIS network, breaking new ground in service delivery and programs. Established in 1989, Communities In Schools of North Carolina (CISNC) is part of the national Communities In Schools network.  We are “all-in” for kids. It is our passion– it is our mission. In North Carolina, 1 in 5 children under the age of 18 live in poverty leading to challenges outside the classroom that stand in the way of success inside the classroom. We are a leading partner in providing Integrated Student Supports or wraparound services to propel student success in more than 300 schools across the state. Based directly inside schools, student support specialists connect students and their families to evidence-based services and supports, as well as critical educational and community-based resources, to increase attendance, improve behavior, enhance coursework and engage more parents and families in student success. 

As the North Carolina State Office for Communities In Schools, we collaborate with 21 local affiliate organizations and deliver direct programs across the state. We make sure young people have the tools they need to succeed at school and transition successfully into continuing education and careers. We achieve our mission by hiring bright, creative, and innovative team members who have a passion for what we do.  At CISNC, we value relationships, collaboration, learning, integrity and commitment.

Learn more at www.cisnc.org, and stay connected with CISNC on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

 

Check here regularly for opportunities to work with the wonderful students, families and communities of our state.

 

The Communications Manager is located in Raleigh, NC and contributes to our mission by building brand awareness and raising the profile of CIS across North Carolina. The Communications Manager manages all internal print collateral, marketing, pr, media and digital media efforts including the CISNC website, and creates communications content and collateral for all storytelling and fundraising efforts. This position manages CISNC’s messaging, communications campaigns, development and marketing materials, media narratives and social/digital presence.

This is an exciting time to join the CISNC team. This position will serve as one of four national CIS Brand Ambassadors to help CISNC and the National Office tell a more compelling and memorable story about our mission and work through our new marketing campaign, national advertising, video storytelling initiatives, media outreach and social and digital efforts. The Communications Manager will partner with the National Branding and Communications Team on efforts to amplify national communications efforts across our region.

For more information and to submit a cover letter along with a resume to  Communications Manager

 

The Vice President for Finance is located in Raleigh, NC and enables the CISNC mission by directing the financial functions of the organization. As a member of the Executive Leadership Team reporting to the CEO, the Vice President for Finance ensures that Communities In Schools retains a stellar reputation for strong financial management and stewardship of funds. The Vice President provides strong, creative, energetic, and strategic leadership on all financial and risk management topics and is responsible for supporting an organizational culture of integrity and transparency.  

This position leads efforts to manage, evaluate and refine financial processes and procedures throughout the organization and to advise our network of 21 affiliated non-profits in best practices of non-profit financial management.  The Vice President for Finance provides clear communication of financial management techniques and practices within the non-profit industry  in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) issued by the Financial Accounting Standards Board, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and other regulatory and advisory organizations. 

The Vice President for Finance, serves as a liaison with the Finance and Audit Committees of the Board of Directors and responsible for communicating effectively with the external CPA firm.  The position is responsible for leading and supervising a Financial Analyst and an Accounting Specialist.  Key responsibilities include financial statement preparation and presentation, internal control processes, maintaining and building banking relationships, conducting financial performance analysis, oversight of payroll and budgeting duties, and contract and grant analysis.  

For more information and to submit a cover letter along with a resume to   Vice President For Finance

 

The Development Associate is located in Raleigh, NC and  is a key member of the Development team.  He or she collaborates with colleagues across the organization, especially with the program and finance teams. The position takes an active role in creating appealing communications for a variety of constituencies (donors, Board members, Network Affiliates and more) to tell the story of CISNC and the amazing students we serve. Using knowledge of compelling written and visual storytelling, the Development Associate crafts a variety of pieces for print, email, and online fundraising campaigns. As an integral part of the Resource Development team, this position also manages core donor stewardship functions including maintaining the organization’s donor database and moving the management system. The Development Associate supports Department functions and organization special events.

For more information and to submit a cover letter along with a resume to Development Associate

 

The College & Career Specialist is located in Wallace, NC and will take personal responsibility for ensuring that 35-45 high school students who are at risk of dropping out of school and/or failing to successfully transition into the workplace achieve expected outcomes, including graduation and placement into postsecondary education, the workforce and/or the military.  He/she will provide targeted youth with employability and life survival skills through classroom instruction based on JAG’s high school competencies, guidance/counseling, academic remediation, work-based learning experiences, summer activities, postsecondary, and career advisement and provides a twelve-month follow up period following graduation.

For more information and to submit a cover letter along with a resume to College & Career Specialist