The Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC) invites you to use your skills to make a difference in the lives of military children, their families and their communities. If you have a passion for service and enjoy a collaborative working environment, we want to talk to you.
Just as our brave men and women of the U.S. Military serve our nation, the MCEC strives every day to serve them by taking care of their most prized possessions: their children. We are proud of our mission-focused and supportive culture, which fosters personal growth and collaboration. The fast-paced work environment offers our staff the opportunity to roll-up their sleeves to work on a variety of programs that affects children locally, nationally, and internationally. This experience is enriching on a daily basis.
We also believe in a work/life balance and respect for each individual. If you are looking for a positive work environment, we invite you to explore what MCEC has to offer in your field.
Shellie M. Campos, SHRM-CP
Director - Human Resources
909 Mountain Lion Circle
Harker Heights, TX 76548
Ph: 254.953.1923 x 1130
The Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC) offers a range of benefits to full-time and qualified part-time employees.
The Fund Development Data Manager will serve a key role in the comprehensive plan to recruit and steward MCEC donors. This includes oversight of supporting initiatives and campaigns in the areas of donor relations. The Fund Development Data Manager must be a sophisticated communicator, able to effectively interact with a wide variety of stakeholders, including individuals, military clients, corporate supporters, organizations, school districts, and federal government agencies.More Info
The Project Coordinator is skilled in establishing relationships and connecting people to MCEC tools, resources and networks of support. The Coordinator is responsible for building connections between MCEC, local education agencies, area military installations, and other area individuals and organizations within the public and private sector with an interest in serving the unique needs of military-connected children. The Coordinator will be responsible for the identification and cultivation of community-level relationships, as well as the coordination and delivery of MCEC services and resources.More Info