Outreach Organizer
Working Partnerships USA - San Jose, CA

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Working Partnerships USA -- Outreach Organizer

Job Description

Working Partnerships USA is seeking a temporary outreach organizer to work on our Children's Health Insurance (CHI) Outreach Program through June 2013. Thousands of low-income children of color in Santa Clara County who are eligible to receive free or low-cost healthcare are not currently enrolled. Our goal is to identify hard-to-reach children and their families, assist them in the enrollment process, and make sure that every eligible child in our county receives the healthcare they need.

Organizer will be responsible for outreach and case management to hard-to-reach families in Santa Clara County whose children currently do not have health insurance. This will include developing outreach plans, strategies, and materials to reach Spanish-speaking families. Organizer will be responsible for meeting monthly and weekly goals for referrals and enrollments in healthcare programs.

Specific duties could include:
Develop and coordinate outreach plans and presentations to potentially eligible families.

Case management with families to ensure they make it to scheduled appointments, have the appropriate documents, and are successfully enrolled in available programs.

Creation of outreach materials including flyers, brochures, sample newsletter clips, and social media outreach.

Conduct presentations to large groups of families who may be eligible.

Regular reporting and record keeping to track successful outreach and case management strategies.

Perform other duties as required to support the organization and its mission.

Required qualifications:
A commitment to ensure that all eligible children in Santa Clara County have the opportunity and access to free or low-cost health insurance.

Bi-lingual (reading and writing) in Spanish is required.

Experience working or volunteering with low-income families in a professional environment.

Proven ability to execute leaflets, brochures, presentations (power-point), and other materials.

Excellent communications skills.


Ability to work in fast-paced environment with flexibility to work nights and weekends as needed.

Knowledge of advanced graphic design software, video production and printing techniques is a plus.

A commitment to justice for working families.