BirthMatters reduces teen pregnancy through reproductive health education and empowers expectant young adults to raise healthy families through doulas utilizing the community health worker model.
We are hiring. Please see attached job description.
Basic Function: The health educator will provide health education to youth and parents living in Spartanburg. The health educator will promote healthy decisions regarding sexual health, improve communication with parents, and healthy partner relationships.
Nature and Scope: The health educator is an integral member of the overall BirthMatters staff. This position is currently a full time position. She/he provides culturally sensitive education and serves as a role model. This person will provide evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention programing in community-based and school-based settings. The health educator will link youth to health care services and help navigate to other needed community resources. This position will receive supervision from the Executive Director and Program Coordinator.
Qualifications: Must be self-motivated with good communication skills and the ability to work as a team member. Must be able to juggle many tasks and be organized. Flexibility of working on Saturday.
Experience working with youth is expected.
Experience working with diverse communities
Bi-lingual proficiency, preferred
Experience implementing evidence-based teen pregnancy programs, preferred.
Bachelors Degree in Health Education, preferred
To Apply: Please submit resume and references by September 30 to Molly Chappell-McPhail by email email@example.com or mail to BirthMatters PO Box 5163, Spartanburg, SC 29304.
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