The Family League of Baltimore currently has the following job opportunities:

Director of Partnership Management

The Family League has an exciting full-time Director of Partnership Management position that will be responsible for managing all administrative functions related to funds awarded to the Family League as well as the contractual administration with its funded partners. The Director will be responsible for funder compliance, procurement, contract administration, and partner relationships. The Director will also establish and implement standard operating procedures, lead an interdisciplinary approach to building and maintaining strong partnerships with funders and funded partner organizations, and will work cooperatively with other members of the Funded Partnerships team and key Family League staff.


• Develop and maintain a thorough understanding of all programs and partnerships related to its funders and funded partner organizations.
• Manage timely development and processing of contracts with funded partner organizations.
• Maintain quality control of all contracts to ensure they adhere to standard terms, conditions, and applicable regulations as well as the requirements of specific funders and initiative expectations.
• In partnership with other team members: manage the due diligence monitoring activities of the funding organizations, develop and manage the procurement / RFP processes resulting from funds granted to the Family League., manage contract renewal and close-out procedures as applicable with all funded partners.
• Develop and maintain proficiency with the grants management software, with the primary purpose of ensuring the administration of contracts and funder compliance is done with high efficiency.
• Develop professional working relationships with key administration staff of funders and funded partner organizations.
• Attend and participate in staff meetings and agency committees as required.
• Keep Senior Director of Funded Partnerships informed of contract administration, compliance, and procurement activity; submit monthly internal reports of activity.

For more information and to apply: Please submit your cover letter, resume and salary requirement for consideration here. 

Program Manager of BHB Communities

The Family League has an exciting full-time Program Manager for BHB Communities position that will be responsible for overseeing B’more for Healthy Babies community programs and fully integrating the Baby Basics health literacy program into the initiative’s strategies. The Program Manager for BHB Communities will support the B’More for Healthy Babies citywide initiative, working with a wide range of stakeholders and furthering the work of the coalition. The core focus of this role will be to strengthen the work done within the B’more for Healthy Babies communities and implement the Baby Basics strategic action plan.

•Community Program Integration & Organizing
•Manage the BHB community programs; ensure B’more for Healthy Babies funded partners are meeting the needs of the communities they are working in, evaluate outcomes and provide coaching and technical assistance as needed.
•Build and sustain community partnerships to promote and expand the work of B’more for Healthy Babies.
•Manage contract(s) for technical assistance provider(s) selected to do conduct community outreach and support.
•Ensure integration of all B’more for Healthy Babies community investments (Mom’s Clubs, B’more Fit, Home Visiting, etc.);
•Work cooperatively with Family League staff and coalition members.
•Coordinate with the Communications Team to promote activities and services through various forms of outreach and media, in line with the B’more for Healthy Babies strategic action plan.

Baby Basics Oversight and Management
•Execute and manage the strategic action plan for the Baby Basics program.
•Ensure Baby Basics materials are available to targeted stakeholders.
•Design and facilitate orientation sessions and trainings on the Baby Basics program.
•With stakeholders and coalition members, share implementation guides, work flow diagrams, curriculum and training materials in line with the strategic action plan.
•Maintain records of city wide Baby Basics Initiative and support the ongoing evaluation of the Baby Basics program.

•Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree in public health, or child and maternal health strongly preferred.
•Minimum of five years of professional work experience managing projects (including program design, writing and monitoring work plans, providing technical assistance, and writing reports).
•Significant knowledge of community engagement, and communications; with related work experience in and knowledge of the Baltimore City communities required.
•Past experience in prenatal, early childhood and/or women’s health experience strongly desired.
•Must have an understanding of health communication theories and principles and application to community-based program implementation.
•Must be a strategic thinker and excellent communicator who enjoys building partnerships and working with a variety of programs and individuals.
•Ability to be focused and detailed, meet deadlines and manage multiple tasks and work as part of a team
•Must have excellent written and oral communications; ability to develop relationships and speak in small and large groups with ease.
•Ability to work in a team environment yet be self-directed.

For more information and to apply: Please submit your cover letter, resume and salary requirement for consideration here.

Program Assistant, Hunger Services

The Family League has an exciting full-time Program Assistant-Hunger Services position that will provide professional administrative support to our Hunger Services team. Hunger Services focuses its nutrition work on reaching children wherever they are: at home, in school, after school and during the summer.

• Support the team in administrative activities related to Family League sponsored meal programs.
• Act as the liaison with Finance for sponsored meal program billing.
• Provide administrative support for filings, mailings, and announcements to sponsored sites.
• Work with team members to set-up and conduct annual training sessions for sponsored sites.
• Coordinate with food vendors and sponsored sites to provide needed support.
• Develop and maintain a professional relationship with sponsored sites and other stakeholders.
• Data entry of demographic information into various databases.

To applyPlease submit your cover letter, resume and salary requirement for consideration at this link only.


Outside Agency Job Opportunities

AmeriCorps VISTA Summer Associates 

The SUMMER ASSOCIATES position is a full-time, eight-week opportunity to engage in intensive summer service as an AmeriCorps VISTA member.

Service areas include:

-Family Engagement
-Food Security
-Summer Learning
-School Readiness
-Community Organizing

Age: 18 and over

To apply for this opportunity, download the full job announcement. 

B’more for Healthy Babies Seeks AmeriCorps VISTA

B’more for Healthy Babies (BHB) is seeking a full-time AmeriCorps VISTA to scale up a newly launched peer outreach program called the Healing Ourselves through Peer Empowerment (HOPE) Project. The HOPE Project is an interconception (between pregnancies) health initiative for Baltimore women who have experienced a stillbirth or infant death. These women are at the highest risk for having subsequent pregnancies that result in preterm birth, low birthweight, stillbirth, and infant death. The HOPE Project connects mothers with trained peer volunteers—a “maternal health corps”—who themselves have experienced a pregnancy or infant loss. They provide one-to-one support, facilitate groups, and link mothers to crucially needed health and social services.

The AmeriCorps VISTA will serve as the HOPE Project Ambassador. The goal of the Ambassador is to expand BHB’s maternal health corps by building our infrastructure to support the volunteers, cultivating community and hospital partnerships, and securing resources to support the long-term operation of the program.

Download the full job announcement and a description of the HOPE Project.