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director of development

Alia is seeking a highly skilled, MN-based, FT Director of Development to join our growing team. Well-qualified candidates will have an impressive track record of fundraising, as well as the capacity to lead our development team. First steps will be to design and implement a sustainable development strategy with a focus on major gifts, including national foundations and VC funding.

Great fits will also have a positive attitude, make relationship connections with ease, and possess the ability to thrive in a high-energy, fast-paced, and entrepreneurial organization. (If you work best with a lot of external structure and role clarity, this is may not be the opportunity for you.)

We warmly encourage BIPOC to apply because we believe representation matters. We are deeply invested in building a culture of anti-racism at Alia where everyone feels seen and valued, and experiences a strong sense of belonging.

Alia is a great place to work with competitive salary and benefits. In fact, we recently earned a Mpls/St.Paul Business Journal 2020 Best Places to Work award! Come join our collaborative, joyful, and committed team.

Alia is a MN-based national nonprofit that is laser-focused on building a new way of work in child welfare that obsoletes the need for foster care by keeping families safely together.

For all submissions of resumés, letters of interest, salary requirements, and questions, please contact rachelle@aliainnovations.org.

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associate director of learning for permanency

Alia is seeking an Associate Director of Learning for Permanency to serve as subject matter expert in permanency and relational trauma healing for youth living in out-of-home care. This position will provide consultation, support, and training to social workers in child welfare agencies across the country that are building cultures of permanency and trauma-competent care. This will not involve working directly with children or families, but rather support social workers in Alia’s partnering agencies to help the youth they serve to stay safely with or return safely to living with loved ones.

Strong candidates for this position have high emotional intelligence, deep self-awareness, and are in essence, healers. Technical requirements include a bachelor’s degree in human services and a minimum of five years of practice in youth permanency. A Permanency and Adoption Competency Certificate (PACC) or practice work using Intensive Permanency Services (IPS) is highly preferred.

This position is flexible for the right candidate and can be part or full-time, based in St. Paul. Work performed is expected to be 95% virtual for the forseeable future, with only occasional travel and includes benefits to support a home office. Salary is negotiable, depending on experience and level of expertise.

We warmly encourage BIPOC to apply because we believe representation matters. We are deeply invested in building a culture of anti-racism so that everyone feels seen and valued, and experiences a strong sense of belonging Alia. Healers from all backgrounds are needed to reach our wide audience and we look forward to meeting you.

Alia is a great place to work with competitive salary and benefits. In fact, we recently earned a Mpls/St.Paul Business Journal 2020 Best Places to Work award! Come join our collaborative, joyful, and committed team.

Alia is a MN-based national nonprofit that is laser-focused on building a new way of work in child welfare that obsoletes the need for foster care by keeping families safely together.

For all submissions of resumés, letters of interest, salary requirements, and questions, please contact rachelle@aliainnovations.org.