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Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
9/16/2018
Job Category:
Social Service
Teen Pregnancy Prevention Educator
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Mission West Virginia | Hurricane, WV
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Job Description

Mission West Virginia, Inc., a non-profit in Putnam County, has teen pregnancy prevention educator opportunities to work with middle and high school youth. Bachelor's degree in Health, Sociology, Social Work, Human Services and/or Education preferred.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

o Effectively deliver evidence-based curricula for program participants, reinforcing age-appropriate language and medically accurate instructional strategies.
o Train new educators on evidence-based curricula. (Lead Educator)
o Assist Regional Coordinator in reviewing the most current CDC, NIH, and state and local vital statistics to ensure program materials adhere to medical accuracy. (Lead Educator)
o Ensure enrollment forms and attendance data are entered into OPTS in a timely fashion.
o Assist the Regional Project Director in identifying and securing program sites to host educational programming for project youth.
o Provide services using a trauma-informed approach, reinforcing positive youth development. Screen for trauma exposure and refer for services as needed.
o Assist in coordinating and hosting special events throughout the community.
o Prepare reports as required and develop and maintain project resources.
o Attend trainings, community meetings, and events as directed by supervisor.
o Follow all requirements and guidelines of program funder under the guidance of supervisor.

EOE employer.


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About Mission West Virginia

Mission West Virginia is a non-profit organization that collaborates with public and private entities, particularly faith communities, equipping them to utilize existing resources to form new partnerships, encouraging innovative social change, and building stronger communities in West Virginia.