Part-Time Health Educator/Administrator Position Available for Award Winning Injury Prevention Program on Navajo Nation
Eve’s Fund for Native American Health Initiatives, a 10 year-old community-based nonprofit organization that promotes literacy, injury prevention and education for Native Youth, is seeking a health educator/administrator for our award-winning ThinkFirst Navajo injury prevention program.
Position involves organizing, coordinating and giving injury prevention presentations to students (K-12) in schools, chapter houses and other venues throughout the Navajo Nation in AZ, NM & UT.
Be committed to injury prevention and health promotion and be able to effectively convey our educational message to student groups.
Be able to work independently at least 10-15 hours a week with occasional overnight travel.
Have access to computer/Internet for training and communication.
Provide own transportation for travel throughout the Navajo Nation.
Be organized, detail-oriented and able to coordinate all program activities. Demonstrate public speaking, leadership and motivational skills.
Have contacts with schools and other organizations throughout the Navajo Nation.
Training, materials and an evidence-based curriculum
Generous hourly stipend for each presentation
Hourly reimbursement for administrative work
Mileage & Lodging Reimbursement
Send resume & letter of interest no later than February 1, 2016
to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Qualified applicants will be interviewed the week of February 15, 2016 in Gallup, NM.
Read more about our program at: http://evecrowellsfund.org/programs/thinkfirst-navajo/
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Your efforts could save a young life or prevent a disabling injury.