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Organization Information: Planned Parenthood of Southern New England
Job Description: Responsible for the development and provision of education programs to youth and adults in community based organizations and schools. Also responsible for facilitating and coordinating Students Teaching About Responsible Sexuality (STARS), PPSNE’s teen peer educators.
- Recruit, hire and train PPSNE teen peer education group and coordinates all aspects of the program.
- Plan and implement orientation and training on sexuality education and facilitate ongoing monthly trainings for STARS.
- Provide service learning opportunities for STARS throughout the year.
- Develops and implements high quality community education programs related to sexuality/sexual health to youth and adults in variety of settings.
- Networks with other community-based organizations to cultivate an awareness and use of PPSNE services
- Cultivates an awareness of the diversity of PPSNE’s customer base and provides programs and services that reflect a competency around issues of diversity.
- Responds to the education needs of the region by acting as informational resource for agencies in the area regarding issues involving sexuality education.
- Files reports, records and programs in a timely manner. Keeps director informed.
- Maintains and updated education programs as necessary
- Develops and maintains external contacts with professionals, organizations, and community agencies to promote and enhance their relationship with PPSNE including PPSNE supported membership in professional organizations.
- Supports the agency’s mission and all of the reproductive health services offered.
- College degree or at least three years professional experience in community education, youth development and/or sexuality/sexual health.
- Experience working with community based audiences and youth.
- Academic training in the literature of human sexuality, reproductive health and sexuality education.