Youth Community Education Instructor - PRN

St. Peter's Health
Job Description
The Youth Community Education Instructor is responsible for delivering Health System-approved class curriculum with a focus on youth engagement. This role involves teaching Community Education Classes and in-house education sessions to individuals, prioritizing youth participants. The instructor is accountable for maintaining class documentation, reporting data to community partners as needed, and adhering to administrative requirements promptly. Additionally, they are expected to attend renewal instructor education sessions as necessary. While operating in the community, the instructor serves as an embodiment of St. Peter’s Health Mission, Vision, and Values. RESPONSIBILITIES Primary Responsibilities: Act as the instructor and content expert for designated youth-focused classes. Ensure adequate supply stock for class materials. Collaborate with community partners and grantors relevant to the assigned class. Monitor and analyze ongoing class or program data. Report on class participation and relevant data elements according to program or grant agreements. Identify and communicate trends in class participation to supervisors for collaborative health improvement efforts. Embrace and contribute to continuous process improvement. Advocate for the class or program within the community. Required Skills and Abilities: Proficient in building relationships and fostering collaboration. Ability to employ active listening techniques effectively. Familiarity with various learning strategies suitable for group environments. Comfort and proficiency in instructing youth. Excellent interpersonal communication skills for phone and email correspondence. Strong organizational and time management abilities to maintain accurate class records. Exceptional interpersonal skills for engaging with diverse community members. Capability to facilitate groups and drive engagement effectively. Competency in computer software programs such as MS Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Capacity to independently set goals and prioritize tasks to meet deadlines professionally. QUALIFICATIONS Required Skills and Abilities: Proficient in building relationships and fostering collaboration. Ability to employ active listening techniques effectively. Familiarity with various learning strategies suitable for group environments. Comfort and proficiency in instructing youth. Excellent interpersonal communication skills for phone and email correspondence. Strong organizational and time management abilities to maintain accurate class records. Exceptional interpersonal skills for engaging with diverse community members. Capability to facilitate groups and drive engagement effectively. Competency in computer software programs such as MS Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Capacity to independently set goals and prioritize tasks to meet deadlines professionally. Knowledge/Experience: Minimum of 1 year of experience working with youth and facilitating group activities or teaching workshops. Education: High school diploma or GED required; some college coursework preferred. Current certification in, or willingness to obtain education and certification in the relevant class topic area. License/Certification/Registry: Ability to acquire CPR certification within the first three months of employment.