Seven Hills Foundation

  • Community Health Educator (103.1)

    Affiliate
    SHBH
    Type
    Regular Part-Time
    Job ID
    15123
    Schedule
    Monday through Friday, hours TBD to include evenings and nights (20 hours)
  • Overview

    The Community Health Educator will be responsible to conduct client outreach and facilitate small peer-led and non-peer-led groups.  The Community Health Educator will recruit and engage populations at risk and their partners in Individual Level Interventions.  The Community Health Educator will recruit, screen and test individuals for HIV, HEP C, and STI’s.  The Community Health Educator will recruit and engage individuals and their partners on Opioid Overdose Education and Naloxone Enrollment and will assist the Program Manager or Assistant Program Manager with data collection and reporting.

    Responsibilities

    Provide direct client services including:
    Opioid overdose education & Naloxone trainings and enrollments
    HIV/ Viral Hepatitis / STI screening and Testing
    Syringe access and disposal
    Referrals to health care, behavioral health care, recovery resources, social services, etc.

    Participate in the design and preparation of client outreach recruitment activities.

    Organize and plan weekly client outreach recruitment sessions.

    Conduct client outreach recruitment in high risk areas.

    Conduct Individual Level Interventions.

    Conduct Group Level Interventions.

    Plan and participate in community events.

    Collect data, maintain program records and submit reports.

    Attend project staff meetings.

    Co-facilitate small groups on Health promotion and disease prevention for high risk populations as deemed necessary.

    Communicate with community organizations and agencies about program activities.

    All other duties assigned by the supervisor, his/her superior or the designee of either party.


    Qualifications

    High School diploma

     

    Knowledge/experience in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention services and substance use and abuse issues

    Sound ability to work with all populations in an empathetic, comfortable and non-judgmental manner

    Strong organizational skills

     

    Ability to work as part of a team, take direction and remain flexible

    Demonstrated skills in community education and organizing

    Familiarity with health-related and social issues faced by high risk populations

    Knowledge and experience providing educational outreach in public settings

    Valid Driver’s license, ability to drive and means of transportation

    Travel to other cities and towns is required

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