Building Bright Futures is hiring! We have five new positions, all open immediately, four of which are grant-funded positions through Dec. 31, 2025, and one of which (Regional Manager) is a permanent position. All are full-time and home-based, with some in-person meetings and/or travel required. BBF is a great place to work; we are a small, vibrant, and collaborative team. We offer a range of benefits including health insurance, retirement contributions, and generous paid time off (including Fridays off in the summer!) Check out these positions and help us spread the word!
Family Leadership Coordinator: BBF believes family voice matters. The Family Leadership Coordinator will bring organization and a warm, culturally responsive, and supportive approach to empowering family leaders. They will support the Building Bright Futures Families and Communities Committee by providing administrative, organizational and technical support. This person will bring creative outreach strategies, a desire to expand family leadership opportunities at BBF, and support the team in measuring the impact of family partnership.
Regional Manager (Central Vermont and Lamoille Valley): The Regional Manager is a collaborative leader with a proven ability to foster coordination and cooperation among diverse partners. The Regional Manager will support the BBF Regional Early Childhood Councils in Lamoille Valley and Central Vermont regions to communicate priorities, gaps and needs experienced by children, families, and partners to improve outcomes for children and families.
PDG Early Childhood Systems Evaluator: The PDG Early Childhood Systems Evaluator will focus on evaluating Vermont’s complex early childhood system in partnership with BBF’s Research and Data Team and network of stakeholders (regional, state, public, private), ensuring robust evaluation of Vermont’s Preschool Development Grant (PDG).
Vermont Early Childhood Fund Grant Manager: The VECF Grant Manager will bring keen project management skills to their oversight of the distribution and compliance of the Vermont Early Childhood Fund, with $1.9M in grants annually going to communities. In this new role, the VECF Grant Manager will take a flexible and collaborative approach to administering equitable selection of grantees, fund management, and clear communication with grantees.
Partnership Coordinator: We are seeking someone who will bring a creative use of communication, technology, and virtual event planning to help us engage early childhood stakeholders in Vermont to monitor and respond to the needs of children and families.
Thanks to a grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, BBF has been helping to raise awareness about lead exposure alongside the Vermont Housing & Conservation Board, Vermont Department of Health, and the Vermont Child Health Improvement Program (VCHIP). In a previous blog post, we shared how important it is for all […]
On January 9, Building Bright Futures presented a virtual briefing on The State of Vermont’s Children: 2022 Year in Review. This short video clip from the briefing focuses on Vermont’s mixed-delivery early care and education system (including child care, preschool, and afterschool care). In the video, we discuss the gap between demand for and availability […]
This week, Building Bright Futures’ Executive Director Morgan Crossman had the opportunity to give testimony to the Vermont Senate Committee on Health and Welfare on a new child care and early education bill introduced in the Senate, S.56. Building Bright Futures does not endorse or oppose any component of legislation; our responsibility is to provide […]