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Do you have a passion for making a difference in the lives of children and families?  Do you want to help shape Arizona’s future?

Be a changemaker and apply for positions below that match your skills, experience, and desired interest to help us improve children’s well-being in Arizona.

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Open Positions

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Director of Early Childhood Policy

Children’s Action Alliance is seeking a Director of Early Childhood Policy to focus on researching, identifying, and developing strategies to move forward sound early childhood public policy at the local, state, and national level. To apply, please click the link above for more information.

Phoenix, Arizona

Executive Director of the Arizona Center for Economic Progress

The Arizona Center for Economic Progress (AZCenter) is looking for a strategic and visionary leader to serve as its next Executive Director. The Executive Director leads the team at the Arizona Center for Economic Progress to shape and implement short- and long-term strategic plans that carry out the mission to create equitable policy for all Arizonans. To apply, please click the link for more information.

Phoenix, Arizona

Development Specialist

The Development Specialist collaborates with the VP of Development and Engagement to execute the annual fundraising strategy. They are tasked with organizing several events aimed at fostering new connections and strengthening existing relationships with donors. Additionally, the role involves overseeing all donor communications and managing the CRM system, along with handling some general office coordination tasks. Reporting directly to the Vice President of Development and Engagement, this position plays a pivotal role in advancing organizational goals.

Phoenix, Arizona

We envision a world where…

Every child is safe and loved.

Every child enters school healthy and ready to learn.

Every child has access to quality, affordable health care.

Every neighborhood has quality classrooms and schools.