3. Names and contact information for three work references
Review of materials begins February 6, 2017 and continues until the position is filled.
INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS or automated resume only applications will not be considered.
MHP Salud, a national non-profit agency conducting health education and outreach in underserved Latino communities, is currently seeking a motivated, energetic, organized, and focused Community Health Worker for its new sexual assault program in Ohio.
Through outreach, support groups, and referrals, the program seeks to improve the community's knowledge of sexual assault resources, as well as increase the number of Latino/a sexual assault survivors receiving support services in Lucas and Sandusky Counties. Responsibilities of the Community Health Worker may include, but are not limited to: performing community outreach; facilitating group health education sessions; providing referrals to care and services; and building partnerships with local community organizations.
Able to read, write, and speak both Spanish and English; fluency in spoken Spanish required
Have knowledge of and/or be part of the community served (Lucas or Sandusky County)
Be computer literate and have two years of applicable work experience
Have knowledge of, experience in, and/or interest in sexual assault, domestic violence, survivor advocacy, etc. issues
Salary: $16.00-$17.99/hour, DOE
To review the full job description and details, please visit MHP Salud's website at mhpsalud.org.
To apply, complete the online application at mhpsalud.org and include the following components:
1. Completed MHP Salud job application from the website: