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Health & Wellbeing Coordinator – Lead Navigator

The Latino Community Fund (LCF Georgia) a 501 c 3 nonprofit supporting Latino-Led and Latino-serving organizations with advocacy, technical assistance, program development and grant making.

Position: Health & Wellbeing Coordinator – Lead Navigator

Reports To: Program & Network Manager

Job Description:

The Health & Wellbeing Coordinator- Lead Navigator is responsible for the day-to-day operations and coordination of Health & Wellbeing services and education across LCF Georgia programs and efforts, training navigators and outreach personnel and working closely with the Health & Wellbeing Coordinator at Ventanillas de Salud based at the Mexican Consulate.

The coordinator represents LCF Georgia at community organization meetings, events and as needed and works to develop meaningful partnerships aiming at increasing literacy, awareness, navigation capacity and free health screenings and referral services for vulnerable Latinx communities. 

The Coordinator will be based primarily at the Guatemalan Consulate but expected to visit Honduras, El Salvador and other Consulates and community locations as needed to ensure effective direct information, navigation and referrals to community members.

Programmatic Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provide health education and linkage to healthcare services at various locations from 8am-2pm 
  • Manage community partner visits, navigator and student schedules to ensure provision of services, screenings and referrals take place from 8 am-1:30 pm daily 
  • Lead the scheduling, organizing and training of outreach and navigators personnel at LCF Georgia and other interested member or partner organizations.
  • Collaborate with community health organizations to plan health fairs and provide health education to the Latinx community
  • Coordinate visits and provide services with Consulado Sobre Ruedas 3-4 times per year (various consulates)
  • Work closely with LCF Georgia and college students to develop and implement research, programmatic, and training projects 
  • Develop community partnerships to enhance collaboration among various agencies based on community needs
  • Create promotional materials for various health projects and wellbeing efforts using the Canva platform and following LCF Georgia and partner branding guidelines
  • Update list of clinics and public organizations in the Community Resource manual to share with the community
  • Recruit and train volunteers and navigators to support program operations
  • Attend events and conferences representing LCF Georgia

Administration:

  • Produce monthly, quarterly and annual status updates and reports as needed
  • Manage event calendar and navigators/outreach personnel schedule
  • Prepare orders of materials and supplies as needed working closely with the Ventanillas de Salud (VDS) Coordinator and Office Administrator
  • Prepare an annual report and budget for the program in collaboration with VDS coordinator and Program Manager
  • Maintain updated paperwork and information on community members served in an appropriate and secure manner

Required Skills & Qualifications

  • Knowledge of computers and software applications including, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
  • Bilingual (Spanish native proficiency)
  • Experience in community education & organizing
  • Ability to work with limited supervision / Self-starter 
  • Ability to multitask
  • Adaptable and flexible attitude to adjust to the changing needs of our community, navigators, and the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Good communication skills and excellent interpersonal skills to train and build a team and trust in the community
  • Tech-savvy using cloud-based platforms and databases
  • Proven ability to work in a team
  • Commitment to LCF Georgia mission, social justice, and Latinx communities 
  • Positive attitude

Preferred Skills and Experience

  • Experience with public health efforts or case management
  • Experience with diverse communities, low-income, low-literacy, donors, and allies

Location, Duration & Compensation

The Health & Wellbeing Coordinator will be hired as a full time, exempt position temporarily based in the Guatemalan Consulate where records are to be kept. 

Some flexibility with teleworking is negotiable.

Applicants must be reliable, punctual, organized, over 18 years old and eligible to work in the United States. Applicants must have a drivers’ license and dependable transportation to drive locally and occasionally around the state.

Compensation includes a salary of $42,000/yr paid on a biweekly basis via direct deposit. After the first 3 months, Coordinator can receive up to $400 in health reimbursement per month for health expenses including health plans, mental health, prescriptions, glasses, etc and flexible paid time off.

How to Apply: please complete the survey here.


COVID-19 Site & Outreach Liaison – Independent Contractor

The Latino Community Fund (LCF Georgia) a 501 c 3 nonprofit supporting Latino-Led and Latino-serving organizations with advocacy, technical assistance, program development and grant making.

Position: Independent Contractor – Site & Outreach Liaison 

Opportunity: We are looking for an experienced organizer to work in partnership with the Programs Manager and Health Coordinator to identify, organize, coordinate, and promote vaccination clinics and events with the objective to increase vaccination rates of the Latinx, and immigrant communities in Georgia.

This is a 3-months opportunity that could be extended depending on a fast-changing landscape in Georgia. 

Description of the role: 

Site identification & checklist: Depending on the direction of our Program Manager, the contractor will work to identify, reach out, coordinate requirements and verify availability and fit of a potential vaccination site in various counties across Georgia

The independent contractor will audit premises, work through a checklist provided by Project Manager and report back to LCF Georgia on potential new venues and opportunities for site/vaccination event development.

The contractor will work with the potential venue and its representatives to develop a plan for a vaccination event, review playbook and requirements for success

Communications: The contractor will support outreach efforts for COVID-19 mitigation and vaccine adoption by creating, editing and promoting clinics and community events as directed by the Program Manager and Health Coordinator.

The contractor will be translating some documents as needed, however these document will not include medical advice or any other technical matters.

Coordinate LCF Georgia spokespersons and media representatives as needed for events and activities requiring media engagement.

Event management and coordination: The contractor will be on-site during key vaccination events and serve as the main coordinator for Latinx-centered mobile or pop-up sites representing LCF Georgia.

Contractor will be in charge of training and coordinating bilingual volunteers for varios sites and will be managing a pool of various stakeholders providing volunteers

Contractor will communicate with Program Manager after each event via email providing a simple report on challenges, learnings and what went well

Reporting: Contractor will keep track of number of individuals vaccinated, any issues or challenges to be addresses, number and location of sites, volunteers recruited and trained and provide reports as needed and requested by LCF Georgia team

Required Skills & Qualifications

  • Knowledge of computers and software applications including, Excel, Word,Google Suite
  • Fully bilingual (Spanish) 
  • Experience in community education & organizing
  • Commitment to LCF Georgia mission, social justice, and Latinx communities 
  • Strong project management skills with the ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks and work autonomously under pressure.
  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing with a variety of audiences, including community advocates, service providers, members of the public and local officials
  • Access to a dependable vehicle (and drivers’ license)
  • Proven ability to work in a team
  • Excellent written communication and interpersonal skills
  • Positive attitude

Preferred Skills and Experience

  • Experience with public health programs
  • Experience with diverse communities, colleagues, funders, donors, and allies

Location, Duration & Compensation

This contract position is available to a company or an individual.

Contractor can telework for administrative work, however will be expected to be visiting potential sites consistently and be on-site for various events. Contractor must have a Drivers’ License and the ability to work in Georgia and a dependable vehichel.

Weekend work should be expected. Consistent visits to partner sites (i.e. CORE) will be expected depending on need

Applicants must be reliable, punctual, organized, and over 18 years old.

This independent contract position is offered a flat fee of $4,800 per month to be paid at the end of each month.

Tentative start date is ASAP

How to Apply: 

How To Apply: please complete this survey


Civic Engagement Educator – Independent Contractor

The Latino Community Fund (LCF Georgia) a 501 c 3 nonprofit supporting Latino-Led and Latino-serving organizations with advocacy, technical assistance, program development and grant making.

Position: Independent Contractor – Civic Engagement Educators / NON PARTISAN

Reports to: Civic Participation Manager and Civic Participation Coordinator

Opportunity: We are looking for experienced canvassers to work in partnership with the Civic participation Program Manager and Civic Participation Coordinator  for Site Outreach to support in person and person to person outreach for LCF Georgia voter registration, redistricting and Get Out The Vote education.

This is a 2-month opportunity

Description of the project:

  • Find community events to attend, table and help people register to vote
  • Help community members check voter registration status 
  • Assist in phone banking and text banking shifts
  • Canvassing or literature and flyer distribution in various counties in Georgia (Fulton, Gwinnette, DeKalb, Cobb and Hall)
  • Educate and promote awareness of elections and key issues to community members through digital and in-person outreach 

Required Skills & Qualifications

  • Fully bilingual (Spanish)
  • Experience in canvassing or voter registration and  phone and text banking
  • Commitment to LCF Georgia mission, social justice, and Latinx communities
  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing with a variety of audiences, including community advocates, service providers, and members of the public 
  • Access to a dependable vehicle (and drivers’ license)
  • Proven ability to work in a team
  • Excellent written communication and interpersonal skills
  • Positive attitude

Preferred Skills and Experience

  • Experience with text banking, phone banking and canvassing
  • Experience with diverse communities, colleagues, and allies

Duration & Compensation

This contract position is available to a company or an individual.

Educators will be expected to visit potential sites and be on-site for various events and manage weekend events. 

Consistent visits to partner sites will be expected depending on need.

Applicants must be reliable, punctual, organized, and over 18 years of age.

LCF Georgia will offer a monthly retainer of $1,200-$1600 a month based on an average of 15-20 hours a week of outreach.

Tentative start date: ASAP. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis

Want to apply? Fill out this interest form by September 6th