Health Education Coordinator – Part Time

Under the general supervision of the Program Director, the Health Education Coordinator will develop and lead substance abuse, violence prevention, and health programs/activities for youth of different ages in a trauma-sensitive environment. This position is part-time at 10 hours per week (not including summer).

Key Roles:

  • Teach health education classes for youth and teens
  • Guide various student enrichment activities
  • Plan and execute health program events and activities for youth
  • Network with various organizations
  • Work with a variety of internal and external teams to promote learning and facilitate programs/projects around new initiatives.
  • Communicate with program director and staff about class schedules, program needs, objectives, etc.
  • Help implement program assessment and evaluation through talking to students, participating in observations, administering surveys and reflecting on teaching practice.
  • Provide guidance and role modeling to members.
  • Demonstrate leadership to assure conduct, safety and development of members.
  • Ensure productive and effective work environment.
  • Monitor program areas to ensure member safety.
  • May participate in special programs or events.
  • Participate in individual supervision, staff meetings, and organization training.

In addition to the specific professional job duties, must also possess the ability to:

  • Be passionate about health education and working with youth
  • Be self-motivated, industrious and confident taking initiative.
  • Communicate clearly and kindly with co-workers, parents, and kids.
  • Be dedicated to social justice & culturally-responsive teaching.


  • High School Diploma required. Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • A minimum of one year’s experience in program planning/development in health education or related field.
  • Ability to work with youth ages 8-18.
  • Knowledge of anti-drug education and best practices.
  • Knowledge of the current youth landscape regarding drug use/abuse.
  • Effectively use Microsoft Word, Outlook mail and Outlook calendar.
  • Work effectively with volunteers, parents, school officials and other community members.
  • Represent the Club positively in the community.
  • Should be able to lift 25 pounds.
  • Ability to pass a DOJ fingerprint clearance, be CPR and First Aid certified.

Please send resume AND cover letter to