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 Job Title   Posting Date   Organization

Community Educator

  8/28/2019   Southern Caregiver Resource Center
 Job Description        

Reporting to the Director of Public Relations & Government Affairs (DPRGA), the Community Educator (CE) is a full-time hourly position that provides high level educational and outreach support to Southern Caregiver Resource Center’s (SCRC) Education Department. This position is responsible for coordinating and implementing educational and outreach activities to include conducting community presentations, participation at health/resource fairs, outreach and material dissemination, attending meetings and promoting the goals of the Education & Outreach Department. Key functions include but are not limited to managing participant data, tracking reports, creating education and outreach material for electronic and social media. Additionally, the CE engages in a variety of outreach activities to create awareness for the organization.

 

 Qualifications        

•Bachelor’s degree in a related discipline (i.e. communications, education, gerontology, social work, public health, psychology), and a minimum of 2 years-experience in public speaking and community presentations with an emphasis on community outreach with hard to reach diverse communities preferred. •Proficiency in both English and Spanish. •Familiarity and experience working with San Diego County community organizations, including health and mental health agencies, social service agencies, community coalitions/agencies, and formal/informal support networks. •Experience with planning community educational events. •In-depth understanding of diverse cultures, health disparities, and issues related to access of services. •High level administrative experience. •Excellent organizational skills, accuracy and attention to detail. •Excellent communication skills. •Ability to professionally represent SCRC to clients and the public, both over the phone and in person.

 

 Additional Information        

•Work directly with the Director of Public Relations & Government Affairs (DPRGA) to fulfill grant deliverables of the education department. •Conduct caregiver-focused presentations in both English and Spanish to community groups. •Participate in special outreach efforts to engage hard to reach diverse communities to include Latino caregivers and other diverse populations. •Assist in the development and design of educational and outreach marketing materials for electronic and print media (e.g. event invitations, Save the Date cards, educational event flyers, survey reports, and other promotional pieces). •Develop linkages for new community resources, attend and actively participate in assigned network meetings, conduct in-services to partners, and identify potential new partners for program sustainability. •Develop referral sources and refer potential clients to our various programs; e.g. DHCS, NFC, REACH, OFC. •Coordinate and disseminate educational and outreach material COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS $18-$20/hr, DOE. Full-time employees have access to excellent benefits including generous paid time off, sick time, and 11 paid holidays. Exceptional health, dental, vision, life, and 403b retirement plan.

 

 Contact   Fax to:   Email Inquiries to:

Martha Ranon

  (858) 268-7816   mranon@caregivercenter.org

 

 

 
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