Under the supervision of the Black Infant Health Program Director provides community education, a variety of outreach, networking and information/referrals for BIHP services to targeted populations and communities.
Stays knowledgeable of BIH program’s services and scope of services by attending trainings and staying up to date on program literature and processes.
Will serve as a linkage into these services by conducting outreach to individuals, community members, organizations, and businesses.
Assists in conducting community-based education, outreach and networking, promoting the BIH program individuals, local communities, and organizations/ businesses.
Assists in the distribution of program materials; flyers and forms as needed in assigned project areas.
Participates in ongoing program meetings as needed.
Actively recruits a minimum of 7 new pregnant and/or parenting African American women per month.
Performs other duties as assigned by the Program Director.
Must be culturally competent and/or sensitive to the African-American culture
High school diploma or GED preferred but not required
Must have reliable transportation, and proof of current automobile insurance.
Knowledge of the targeted community (areas in which African Americans reside, shop or worship)
Must have strong positive interpersonal skills
Excellent communication skills
Ability to approach strangers to promote the program services
Office/clerical skills a plus
Family Health Centers of San Diego - 20 months ago