We’re hiring! Two positions to strengthen Help Me Grow King County

Help Me Grow King County

Help Me Grow (HMG) is a national model designed to empower families to support their children’s health by connecting them to what they need, when and how they need it. Help Me Grow King County (HMGKC) is centered in equity and community based solutions, and implements four core components: Coordinated Access, Family & Community Partnership, Data & Evaluation, and Service Provider & Professional Partnership. The HMGKC strategy serves a foundation for all Best Starts prenatal to five – year old strategies supporting resource navigation and supporting resource navigation and focusing on integration and partnership with all Best Starts funded early learning strategies.


Help Me Grow Program Manager III

The Help Me Grow Program Manager (Project/Program Manager III) will co-lead with the current Help Me Grow Program Manager III and Help Me Grow Program Manager II to implement and refine the Help Me Grow King County system. The position reports to the Policy Manager and is a part of the Help Me Grow team and will partner with Program Managers across Best Starts.

Learn more and apply here by January 31, 11:59 PM.

Help Me Grow Program Coordinator (Project/Program Manager II)

The Help Me Grow Program Coordinator (Project/Program Manager II) will work as part of the Help Me Grow King County team to implement and refine the Help Me Grow King County system.The position reports to the Policy Manager and is a part of the Help Me Grow team. 

Learn more and apply here by January 31, 11:59 PM.


Best Starts for Kids

Building on the deep knowledge, connections, and skills within King County communities, and backed by what science and research tells us about human development, the Best Starts for Kids King County initiative meets children and families with the right services at the right time. The first Best Starts for Kids levy, approved by King County voters in 2015, reached 490,000 of King County’s youngest children and their families and 40,000 youth and young adults, catalyzing strong starts in a child’s earliest years, and sustaining those gains through to adulthood. In August 2021, King County voters chose to renew the levy with over 62% approval for another six years. The plan for Best Starts for Kids 2.0 will maintain current Best Starts for Kids investments in promotion, prevention, and early intervention, while deepening our investments to address critical needs in our community. View the Best Starts for Kids Implementation Plan: 2022 – 2027 here.

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