St. Louis (Central West End), MO /
Education – Education /
Full Time Benefited - 40 Hours
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF THE ST. LOUIS REGION AND SOUTHWEST MISSOURI
POSITION TITLE: Education Coordinator
STATUS: Full time, exempt
REPORTS TO: Director of Education
PAY RANGE: $44,100-$48,300
APPLICANTS: Please submit a cover letter with your application, including a statement of your Sex Education philosophy. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered.
Planned Parenthood St Louis Region and Southwest Missouri (PPSLRSWMO) offers a robust benefits package.
Healthcare: Employee pays approximately $25 per pay period
Vision: Employee pays approximately $4 per pay period
Dental: Employee pays approximately $5 per pay period
Mail in pharmacy benefits
Well-being reward: $200
Life Insurance: Up to $100,000
Paid Parental Leave: 8 weeks of full salary after the event (birth or adoption)
Retirement plan with up to 6% match after 1 year of employment
Generous Paid Time Off: 10 Sick Days, 10 Vacation Days, 3 Personal Day, 9 Holidays
Under the general supervision of the Director of Education, the Education Coordinator will coordinate and support partnership requests and needs along with department activities and services, provide virtual and in-person sexual health education to our service populations, supervise sexual health education staff, and provide related trainings and professional development to various groups. This position will assist with quality assurance measures, program evaluation and improvement, and help improve diversity, equity, and inclusion policies and practice within their sphere of influence.
PRIMARY DUTIES PERFORMED
Community Engagement & Awareness
· Coordinate and supervise community partnerships, including:
o The initiation and development of relationships with partners (schools, community organizations, and other agencies) to promote and market all education’s programs and services internally and externally of PPSLRSWMO to prospective groups and agencies.
o The maintenance of a database for current and prospective training partnerships, contacts, and locations, reporting progress monthly.
o Communication with partners, including responses to partner and programming requests, conducting formal or informal needs assessment(s), coordinating scheduling, and delegation of education responsibilities to other department members.
· Along with other department staff, as needed and appropriate:
o Represent the Education Department on community coalitions and internal and external committees.
o Attend networking to raise awareness of affiliate services, including attending community and state forums, interfacing with other agencies, and resolving issues as needed.
Community Services (Education Sessions, Library, Teen Programs)
· Provide PPSLRSWMO multi-subject evidence based & informed education programs with collaborating partner organizations on all topics outlined on the identified department topics.
· May assist Youth Programs Coordinator, including providing education & training at TASH events.
· Assist in the management and development of the department’s library and webpages.
· Supervise interns, practicum students, and volunteers.
Training & Education for Professionals
· Assist Training Coordinator in providing professional development and educational services (including CEUs, etc.) to community partners, such as medical students, health providers, and youth-serving professionals.
· May be trained in and provide Planned Parenthood Experience In This Together trainings for staff.
· As needed and appropriate, may assist Director with monthly education to affiliate staff on elements of sexual healthcare, including affiliate services, at both Affiliate Orientation and continuing staff education opportunities.
· Recruit, hire, and manage staff, interns, practicum students, and volunteers.
· Assist the Director of Education in the following:
o Reviewing and critiquing films, curricula, books, literature, and sexuality education materials for purchase/quality assurance.
o Organizing, ordering, & maintaining brochures/pamphlets/sex education box supply.
o Developing mission-driven quality assurance programs, materials, and tools.
o Identifying,researching,andevaluatingprospectivetrainingprogramsbasedonneeds and available funding sources.
o Collaborating with the Development Department to develop and submit grant applications.
Department Quality Assurance
· Complete regular output reports, including end-of-month and quarterly reports for all activities.
· Abide by Education Program evaluation systems policies and procedures, working with the Education Department to apply results for service improvement.
· Keeps the Director of Education informed of all education program plans and activities.
Education and Experience:
· Bachelor’s degree in a related field, OR 4 years of experience in organizing, working with children and youth, and providing sex education.
· Minimum of 2 years’ experience (volunteer or paid) in providing sexual health education or similar programming.
· Minimum of 1 years of project or program coordination and monitoring experience (volunteer or paid).
· Professional experience, including positive and effective collaboration with individuals and communities from diverse backgrounds.
Demonstrated skills in the following:
· Sexual health education & public speaking.
· Virtual community engagement
· Communication, written and oral, including interpersonal, telephone, and email.
· Organizational skills, including project management and productivity tracking.
· Microsoft office suite & Google drive programming.
Demonstrated commitment to and knowledge of:
· Meaningful relationship building on an organizational level.
· Community activism with impacted groups.
· Reproductive justice, racial equity, LGBTQIA+ inclusion, sexual health and freedom.
· Comprehensive, anti-racist, and pleasure-inclusive sexuality education.
· Must be flexible; evening and some weekend hours are required as requested by partners.
· Must have efficient means of transportation to all off-site program locations.
· Completion of diversity, equity, and inclusion trainings a plus.
· Bilingual skills a plus, particularly Spanish
Must be able to function productively and effectively with a degree of autonomy.
· Must be able to take initiative and utilize resources effectively.
· Demonstrated discretion and ethical judgment in all aspects of work
· Commitment to confidentiality and privacy
· Demonstrated dedication to health equity, racial equity, and queer equity
Physical demands of the position include traveling to and from locations within a 50-75 mile radius from department headquarters, computer and writing work that will require sitting or standing at a desk for extended periods of time, facilitating sessions for periods in excess of 1 hour, and needing to lift a minimum of ten pounds of equipment.
PPSLRSWMO maintains a strict policy prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy or pregnancy-related conditions, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression, economic background, national origin, citizenship, disability, marital or relationship status, military service or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state or local law.
PPSLRSWMO acknowledges and owns our past and present; therefore we seek to look inward into how white supremacy continues to show up in our organization. We have a responsibility to create a place of equity and of inclusion and we commit to dismantling racism and moving the needle to a more equitable workplace.
This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, efforts or working conditions associated with this job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to revise the job or to require that other or different tasks be performed.
PPSLRSWMO is a tobacco-free workplace and an equal opportunity employer.