Literacy Program Manager

Website The Children's Literacy Foundation (CLiF)

32-40 hours per week; most work performed in the Waterbury Center office, some done remotely.

The Children’s Literacy Foundation (CLiF) seeks an enthusiastic, organized programs professional to help manage some of our most important literacy programs and to build and cultivate relationships with schools, libraries and other nonprofits across Vermont and New Hampshire.

Duties include: Working with CLiF grantees to develop and schedule CLiF Year of the Book, Rural Libraries, Momentum, and other programs; working with program colleagues; planning CLiF’s community literacy and rural library conferences; collaborating with CLiF presenters; outreach, including writing and presentations. (This position does not involve teaching or curriculum development.)


At least four years of program development experience with proven success in creating and managing community programs. Passion for literacy. Excellent project management, organizational, and people skills, with exceptional attention to detail. Proven ability to manage projects and small teams. Strong computer proficiency required; Apple preferred. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Comfortable speaking with groups.

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