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Job Description:
Community Educator

 Responsibilities include:

  • Creating brand awareness of Families, increasing company visibility within the community, and promoting and recruiting for Families’ available programs and services.

  • Representing Families at civic and community meetings, events, and committees related to agency objectives.

  • Developing and maintain relationships within the community.

  • Constantly looking to enhance communications with stakeholders, families, and funders.

  • Work plan development with measurable goals and outcomes.

  • Creating fundraising opportunities in collaboration with community organizations.

  • Gather records and success stories to highlight programs for agency public information, publicity, and social media. 

  • Assist in identifying barriers and issues in connecting with the Spanish and Creole-speaking communities and implement strategies to promote Families’ programs to these communities.

  • Developing, facilitating, and delivering training in areas that support the development of social-emotional well-being in youth and adults, while using a family-driven, strength-based, cultural-and linguistically-competent philosophy. 

  • Working with childhood providers, community organizations, professionals, churches, and families to identify needs related to youth and adults within the program. 

  • Participation in meetings, conferences, and trainings as required. 

  • Assisting to develop, implement, and evaluate school, worksite, and community-based teen pregnancy prevention initiatives. 

  • Conducting positive health education programs for youth, community organizations, and professional groups on various health promotion and program-specific topics. 

  • Developing, evaluating, and revising health education materials. 

  • Preparing quarterly summaries and statistical reports. 

  • Participation in strategic and program planning or any grant applications. 

  • Act as a departmental representative or liaison when attending or participating in meetings, conferences, committees, and task forces. 

  • Other related work as required. 

Required Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor's degree in health, social services, education or two+ years related experience. 

  • Experience in providing training related to youth and adults. 

  • Availability for both daytime and evening presentations is required. 

  • Proven ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. 

  • Ability to work in an independent, timely, and detail-oriented manner. 

  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work with people of diverse races, cultures, and socio-economic backgrounds. 

  • Preference is given to qualified bi-lingual candidates.

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