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Community Health Worker

AAU NEEDS U.

Come join our family-oriented team! Looking for a position where you can really make a difference in the lives of children and families? AAU is looking for YOU!

Tasks
Work directly with expectant mothers who are making an adoption plan. You will get 16 college credits (online) and become a certified Community Health Worker (FREE EDUCATION!) while working directly with clients and providing supervision/management of our residential facility, Nevaeh House. This new team member will be working with clients (transporting to appointments, helping find resources etc), traveling, and managing our Nevaeh House.

This unique position in a family oriented non-profit offers flexibility, and paid certification. The hired applicant will be enrolled in a CHW program and become a certified CHW (online and in person schooling options available).

Applicant requirements
Searching for a full time , South Dakota resident in the Sioux Falls area. Self-starter, ability to work remotely and with remote supervision, great communication skills, time management, computer experience knowledge of Microsoft applications (sharepoint, word, excel etc), file scanning/uploading, compassionate team member willing to lend a hand where needed. Ability to work directly and independently with clients. 

AAU is a fast paced work environment, we dedicate our time and efforts to empowering everyone involved in the adoption triad. It’s not our Job, it’s our life.
Nevaeh House- is an AAU residence in the Sioux Falls area that offers transitional housing for expectant mothers. Check-ins, supply gathering, house monitoring and upkeep will be some of the duties required.

A Community Health Worker (CHW) is a frontline public health worker who is a trusted member of and/or has an unusually close understanding of the community served.
This trusting relationship enables the worker to serve as a liaison/link/intermediary between health/social services and the community to facilitate access to services and improve the quality and cultural competence of service delivery.
– American Public Health Association, 2022