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San Francisco Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership (SFCIPP) Seeks a Consultant/Coordinator

Description of Qualifications and Responsibilities

The San Francisco Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership (SFCIPP) is a coalition of social service providers, representatives of government bodies, advocates and others who work with or are concerned about children of incarcerated parents and their families. SFCIPP works to improve the lives of children affected by the criminal justice system by advocating for the implementation of the Bill of Rights: Children or Incarcerated Parents which underscores the children’s needs and the importance of their family bonds at a policy and programmatic level across a broad range of public and private agencies.

Qualifications

SFCIPP seeks a consultant with a passion for collaborative, multi-stakeholder work who wants to make a difference in the lives of children whose families are affected by the criminal justice system in San Francisco and the Bay Area, and

●    Experience building alliances, dialoguing, and working productively with advocates, law enforcement, families affected by incarceration, policy makers, funders, and leaders in the private and public sector.
●    Ability to see SFCIPP’s vision and translate this vision into public relations and stakeholder engagement through media and interaction at the personal and professional level, expanding and enriching discussion and collaboration in support of families impacted by incarceration.

Skills and Experience

●    Competency in relation to culturally diverse populations, including children and adults affected by the criminal justice system; 
●    Experience with child welfare and or criminal justice system;
●    Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with public officials, community organizations, foundations and the general public;
●    Ability to facilitate meetings, plan convenings and catalyze stakeholders around a common agenda to maximize collective impact;
●    Ability to prepare well organized and well written documents, including reports, memos, and correspondence; 
●    Experience with fund development including interaction with foundation staff and/or other grantmakers and writing of grant proposals and reports;
●    Familiar with work-related computer applications, including e-mail, word processing, spreadsheets, databases and the Internet; 

●    Ability to work independently as well as within a team, handle multiple demands and maintain confidentiality.
●    Keep abreast of latest best practices, policy and funding streams in the field;
●    Ideally candidate will have experience and interest in policy development and advocacy on state and local levels.  

Position Type

This is a one-year, part-time, grant-funded consultant position with the possibility of renewal. The position is contracted through Marcus Foster Education Fund, SFCIPP’s fiscal agent. 

Position Description

Under the direction of the steering committee and the general SFCIPP membership, the Coordinator/Consultant will oversee the vision, facilitation and strategic direction of SFCIPP. The Coordinator/Consultant, in collaboration with SFCIPP stakeholders, will maintain and establish relationships with key stakeholders in San Francisco to address the needs of children of incarcerated parents and their caregivers, with the possibility of expanding into other Bay Area counties. 

Through quarterly meetings, technical assistance and advocacy, SFCIPP members work to reduce the trauma that children experience when their parent is arrested, improve the frequency and quality of visits when a parent is incarcerated, help families stay together during and after a parents’ incarceration, and further other changes consistent with the Bill of Rights. 

Duties

Coordinate all SFCIPP activities, including:

●    Plan, facilitate and follow-up on quarterly general meetings and support member member lead working groups;
●    Manage budget and present quarterly financial statements to Steering Committee
●    Work with the SFCIPP steering committee to oversee overall SFCIPP planning and strategic vision;
●    Along with the Program Associate respond to informational requests from SFCIPP general membership, media and external organizations in the field; 
●    Represent SFCIPP with the San Francisco Mayor's office, the Board of Supervisors, the Department of Probation, the Public Defender’s Office, the District Attorney’s Office, The Health Services Administration, the SF Sheriff's Office as well as other government officials, community-based organizations and the public;
●    Act as a liaison to primary funders, identify opportunities for expanded funding, write proposals and grant reports;
●    Supervise program associate, interns and grant writer;
●    Lead SFCIPP’s participation in Bay Area wide collaboration and planning.
●    Collaborate with Bay Area immigration groups in service of impacted children

Please submit a letter of interest and a proposal with the following:
●    Hourly consultant rate and number of hours anticipated to accomplish the goals, not to exceed a total cost of $20,000 over the course of one year
●    Resume (including a synopsis of prior consulting experience and accomplishments)
●    References that can speak to your experience in relevant areas
●    Email to info.SFCIPP@gmail.com and sarahwestcarson@gmail.com by July 15, 2017. 

 

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Central to how we do our work is the belief that those directly impacted by oppressive systems must lead our liberation movements. We dedicate ourselves to a 9-week Healing to Advocacy model, developed by Essie Justice Group in order to engage women as change agents. The Essie sisterhood grows through our nominations process, in which incarcerated women and incarcerated men nominate women they love to our program. Community members also nominate women and women self-nominate through our website. When women graduate from the 9-week program, they are invited into the “Essie sisterhood,” which serves as our mobilizable base. In 2017, we are building a strong infrastructure of staff and organizational leaders to grow and transform our base into an advocacy network that will serve as the statewide organizing apparatus through which we bring about decriminalization, decarceration, and an end to state-sponsored violence against women and communities of color. So far, we have run our Healing to Advocacy 9-week model five times by forming cohorts of 15 women each in two cities in the Bay Area. Approximately 50 women with incarcerated loved ones in the California Bay Area have graduated as Essie Sisters and many are now leaders within our organization as Essie Fellows. In 2017, women graduates (known as “Essie sisters”) will facilitate and run up to ten new cohorts across California in 2017.  

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Rockwood Leadership Institute is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions on the basis of merit. In accordance with applicable law, Rockwood prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, creed, sex, marital status, registered domestic partner status, age, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status or any other consideration protected by federal, state or local laws.

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