The Children’s Inn at NIH is currently recruiting for the following positions. If you are interested or have questions about any of our open positions, please contact Tammy Pinson, Chief Administrative Officer at pinsont@mail.nih.gov or at  301-451-9458. If submitting your resume by e-mail, please indicate the position in the subject line. The Children's Inn at NIH is an equal opportunity employer.


Title
:                    Community Outreach & Volunteer Program Assistant
Reports to:           Director of Volunteers & Community Outreach
FLSA Status:         Non-exempt


Overview:
The Community Outreach & Volunteer Program Assistant is responsible for providing support for the Volunteer and Community Outreach programs at The Children's Inn.  This includes correspondence, filing, scheduling, coordination of meetings, training sessions and other special projects as assigned. The Assistant will have contact with volunteers of The Children's Inn, individuals, businesses, corporations, civic groups and interested members in the donor community. Click here for the complete job description.

Title:                    Special Events Coordinator
Reports to:          
Assistant Director, Corporate Giving & Special Events
FLSA Status
:         Exempt

Overview:
The Special Events Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of a wide range of fundraising and public relations events, as well as supporting the organization’s broader communications and development efforts. Click here for the complete job description.

 

Title:                    Weekend and Relief Manager
Reports to:          
Resident Manager/House Manager
FLSA Status
:         Non-exempt

Overview:
The Weekend and Relief Manager is primarily responsible for managing the weekend and on-call activities at The Children’s Inn at NIH and The Woodmont House. Weekend & Relief Managers work closely with other members of the Resident Services team providing services to The Children’s Inn and Woodmont residents in accordance with the procedures outlined in the Manager on Duty (MOD) manual. Click here for the complete job description.

 

Title:                        Woodmont House Manager
Reports To:              Chief Program & Services Officer
FLSA Status:             Exempt

Overview:

The House Manager is responsible for the day-to-day management of family services and facilities of The Woodmont House and is the liaison between The Children’s Inn and The Woodmont House. The House Manager assures appropriate services are provided to families and that a home-like environment is maintained, ensures that The Inn’s standards and operational quality are met hereby both staff and families at Woodmont and is responsible for all House administrative tasks. Click here for the complete job description.

 
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