The Alliance for Child Welfare Excellence is proud to be part of the University of Washington, one of the nation’s premier educational and research institutions. When the Alliance does not have open positions, we encourage you to check out the University of Washington job listings.
- Quality Assurance and Data Manager: The QADM leads the development and implementation of quality assurance processes for the planning, development, delivery, and documentation of training, coaching and other supports to DCYF workforce and caregivers. The QADM works in partnership with Partners for Our Children (P4C) in the development of evaluation tools for process quality and learner experience. The QADM will work in partnership with the DCYF Quality Assurance staff, Tribal Partners and others as may be identified to create joint goals and objectives for implementation of quality assessment and program improvement.
- Curriculum and Training Facilitation Specialist (Continuing Education Specialist): This role designs, develops, delivers, and maintains curriculum and training materials/resources for identified audiences in caregiving and workforce fields located throughout the state. Curriculum and training resources are based on knowledge, values and skills learning objectives. Curriculum is developed to support both in-person and web-based training. Alliance Continuing Education Specialists provide learning facilitation using in-person, online, and other identified and innovative learning modalities.
- Finance Program Manager: This temporary role will manage the financial aspects of the Alliance for Child Welfare Excellence under the supervision of the Associate Director of Finance and the Executive Director. The position will directly supervise and manage three fiscal staff and contract managers, oversee development, monitoring, and management of training contracts, and manage and account for the Federal Title IV-E training funds.
NOTE on Regions for Coach Positions: The position descriptions on the University of Washington Hires website currently use the old Children's Administration regions. The position descriptions will soon be updated to reflect the new Department of Children, Youth, and Families regions. Click here to see the new regional map.
You can also check out job postings from our partners at DCYF: