Lead Educator, Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program

Posted by on December 05, 2010

LEAD EDUCATOR – Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program

Delivers effective TPP program instruction using the Reducing the Risk (RTR) and Becoming a Responsible Teen (B.A.R.T.) curricula, assists Project Director with program coordination tasks, and provides group and educational services for participants and parents of the TPP Project.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
o Effectively deliver RTR and B.A.R.T. curricula for program participants, reinforcing age-appropriate language and medically accurate instructional strategies.
o Provide curriculum delivery support and assistance to Educators.
o Collect and provide feedback on RTR and B.A.R.T. curricula, and make recommendations to Project Director regarding program revisions.
o Routinely review the most current CDC, NIH and state and local vital stats to ensure program materials adhere to medical accuracy and report any findings to the Project Director.
o Ensure that enrollment forms and attendance data are entered into OPTS in a timely fashion.
o Assist the Community Outreach Coordinator in identifying and securing middle and high schools and community-based sites to host TPP educational programming for project youth.
o Assist in scheduling Educators to ensure proper coverage at all sites.
o Provide training to volunteers, students, and new team members as requested.
o Assist in coordinating special events, including the Youth Leadership Academy and Teen Pregnancy Prevention Rally for youth and community stakeholders.
o Assist team in coordinating educational support meetings for parents of project youth, which include encouraging parental involvement, facilitating relevant topics of interest (STIs, determinants of teen pregnancy, etc.), securing guest speakers, and providing resources and referrals as needed.
o Prepare monthly reports.
o Develop and maintain project resources.
o Attend OAH trainings as directed by supervisor.
o Attend scheduled community meetings and events as directed by supervisor.
o Follow all requirements and guidelines of the program funder under the guidance of supervisor.
o Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Health, Sociology, Social Work, Human Services or Education preferred. Three years of experience providing teen pregnancy prevention programs, health education, professional counseling, teaching or educational programming. Ability to maintain professional working relationships with other team members, school personnel, community providers and corporate partners. Knowledge of teen pregnancy determinants, youth development principles and effective teaching strategies required. Ability to work with individuals from diverse cultural, ethnic and social groups. Hold a valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance.

Other Skills and Abilities: Must be computer literate with a working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Qualifications must be demonstrated through exam. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong organizational and analytical skills. Demonstrated knowledge and ability to work independently and as a team member. Ability to manage time efficiently and meet deadlines. Bilingual skills a plus.

Successful candidates must provide proof of being current with (or in the process of obtaining) the following required clearances: Pennsylvania Child Abuse History, Pennsylvania Criminal History Background and FBI Clearance Record.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to the attention of, please put Job Title in email subject line:

How to apply

Howard H. Sullivan
President & CEO
OIC of America, Inc.
1415 North Broad Street, Suite 227
Philadelphia, PA 19122

Deadline to apply is December 17, 2010 – NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE

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