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myHealth for Teens & Young Adults is dedicated to building a culturally diverse staff committed to working in an inclusive environment.

myHealth provides a challenging and rewarding work environment for individuals with a passion to serve our community’s teens, young adults and families. myHealth is an affirmative action, equal opportunity, open and affirming employer without regard to: gender, race/color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, physical ability, status with public assistance, political affiliation, age, marital status, creed, and local human rights commission activity. All employment opportunities are posted on the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits job board.

Becoming Program Manager

Posted June 2018

Title: Becoming Program Manager

Reports to: Director of Clinical Services

HOURS: 20 hours/week
This is a benefits eligible position.

JOB SUMMARY

RN / PHN to supervise Becoming Program and provide direct comprehensive community health services to pregnant and parenting 12-26 year old young women and their families who are eligible for the program. Also available to work one Saturday a month and to pick up sick and vacation shifts to assist in covering open nursing shifts at our Hopkins clinic and satellite sites.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS

Directly supervise one home visiting nurse

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Provide prenatal and postnatal home visits incorporating assessment, monitoring and education of physiological status, nutritional and health behaviors, psychosocial needs, home environment, feeding, child spacing and pregnancy prevention options, parenting skills, infant care and developmental milestones
  • Must have reliable transportation, a valid Minnesota state driver’s license and valid auto insurance to travel and provide home health visits in Carver, Western Hennepin and Scott counties
  • Attend local and state coalitions as a representative for myHealth
  • Document patient care and enter into database. Provide information for grant writing/reporting as requested
  • Participate and lead setup and coordination of Young Mom’s Connect group and cooking class

QUALIFICATIONS

Required:

  • Graduate of an accredited school of nursing
  • Minimum of 2 years of nursing experience with experience in adolescent health care
  • Ability to work independently and as part of an interdisciplinary team
  • Ability to access consultants as needed
  • Ability to work effectively with individuals from a variety of economic, social and culturally diverse backgrounds
  • Technical proficiency in Excel, Word and Outlook
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Committed to the mission of myHealth

Preferred:

  • Training and experience in working in a community based health care setting
  • Experience with EMR systems
  • Leadership and supervisory skills, utilizing good judgment and problem solving skills
  • Experience in non-profit health care, reproductive health or adolescent health issues

REQUIRED LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS

  • Possess current and valid Minnesota Nursing License
  • Current CPR certification
  • Must have own transportation, valid MN driver’s license and valid auto insurance to travel between clinics and to client home visits
  • Current Public Health Nurse Certification or must be willing to become certified within the first month of hire

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT

Environmental/Working Conditions: Work is performed in a community and office environment. Work may be stressful at times due to a busy caseload. Interaction with others is constant.

Physical Demands: Work may require hand dexterity for telephone and office machine operation. Position may require occasional lifting of supplies and equipment up to 20 pounds in and out of car.

myHealth for Teens and Young Adults is dedicated to building a culturally diverse staff committed to working in an inclusive environment.

Applications due July 14th.
To apply, please email your resume and cover letter with subject line “Becoming Program Manager” to:
[email protected]

Health Educator - 9 month position

Posted June 2018

Title: Health Educator – 9-month position

HOURS: 40 hours/week
This is a benefits eligible position with full-year benefits coverage (if benefits elected), but with summers off when community schools are not in session.

JOB SUMMARY

The Health Educator is responsible for planning and presenting educational presentations to schools and community groups. The Health Educator will use evidence-informed curriculum and appropriate strategies and methods that support young people in making healthy and well-informed decisions. Topics the Health Educator will be presenting include, but are not limited to: abstinence, contraception, safer sex, healthy relationships, intimacy and consent, sexually transmitted infections, sexual decision making, and puberty.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Facilitate health education classes and small groups for teens and young adults, parents, and professionals, in schools and other youth serving organizations; the Health Educator must be comfortable presenting to a range of group sizes, from 10 – 150 individuals. Classes/group meetings range from 1 session up to 25 weekly sessions. Educational presentations are off-site and travel is required
  • Develop, adapt and revise, as needed, curricula, materials and activities with an emphasis on utilizing evidence-based curriculum
  • Contact and consult local schools and other youth serving organizations to coordinate the scheduling of presentations
  • Complete education logs for every presentation, keeping accurate compilations of statistical data for reporting
  • Ensure evidence based curriculum are implemented with fidelity and all grant program requirements are met
  • Ability to travel extensively, primarily in the West Metro, to teach at multiple sites per week

QUALIFICATIONS

Required:

  • Bachelor’s degree in youth development, social work, sociology, psychology, women and gender studies, public health, education, nursing OR extensive (4+ years) volunteer and/or teaching experience with pre-teens, teens and/or young adults.
  • Minimum of one year experience in classroom instruction or program facilitation, working with young people grades 7 – 12
  • Ability to travel extensively, primarily in the West Metro, to teach at multiple sites per week
  • Ability to work flexible hours including during and after school, potentially evenings and occasionally weekends
  • Ability to foster diversity and open communication within teams and programs
  • Ability to work effectively with individuals from a variety of economically, socially and culturally diverse backgrounds
  • Ability to work collaboratively with other educators, clinic staff, volunteers and community members
  • Strong verbal and communication skills
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a high performing team
  • Technical proficiency in Excel, Word and Outlook
  • Committed to the mission, vision and core values of myHealth

Preferred:

  • Bilingual; Spanish speaking a plus
  • Previous work with young people with special needs
  • Experience and confidence in speaking in front of large groups of people Experience in non-profit sector, community education, reproductive healthcare or adolescent issues
  • Knowledge of the stages of youth development and positive approaches to behavior management

REQUIRED LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS

  • Must have valid driver’s license, car insurance and own vehicle
  • Must complete Mantoux testing

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT

Environmental/Working Conditions: Work is performed primarily off-site at schools and community sites in the West Metro with some office time. Work may be stressful at times due to a busy office. Interaction with others is constant and interruptive.

myHealth for Teens and Young Adults is dedicated to building a culturally diverse staff committed to working in an inclusive environment.

Applications due July 14th.
To apply, please email your resume and cover letter with subject line “Health Educator – 9 Month Position” to:
[email protected]

Health Educator - full year

Posted June 2018

Title: Health Educator – full-year

HOURS: 40 hours/week
This is a benefits eligible position.

JOB SUMMARY

The Health Educator is responsible for planning and presenting educational presentations to schools and community groups. The Health Educator will use evidence-informed curriculum and appropriate strategies and methods that support young people in making healthy and well-informed decisions. Topics the Health Educator will be presenting include, but are not limited to: abstinence, contraception, safer sex, healthy relationships, intimacy and consent, sexually transmitted infections, sexual decision making, and puberty.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Facilitate health education classes and small groups for teens and young adults, parents, and professionals, in schools and other youth serving organizations; the Health Educator must be comfortable presenting to a range of group sizes, from 10 – 150 individuals. Classes/group meetings range from 1 session up to 25 weekly sessions. Educational presentations are off-site and travel is required
  • Develop, adapt and revise, as needed, curricula, materials and activities with an emphasis on utilizing evidence-based curriculum
  • Contact and consult local schools and other youth serving organizations to coordinate the scheduling of presentations
  • Complete education logs for every presentation, keeping accurate compilations of statistical data for reporting
  • Ensure evidence based curriculum are implemented with fidelity and all grant program requirements are met
  • Ability to travel extensively, primarily in the West Metro, to teach at multiple sites per week

QUALIFICATIONS

Required:

  • Bachelor’s degree in youth development, social work, sociology, psychology, women and gender studies, public health, education, nursing OR extensive (4+ years) volunteer and/or teaching experience with pre-teens, teens and/or young adults.
  • Minimum of one year experience in classroom instruction or program facilitation, working with young people grades 7 – 12
  • Ability to travel extensively, primarily in the West Metro, to teach at multiple sites per week
  • Ability to work flexible hours including during and after school, potentially evenings and occasionally weekends
  • Ability to foster diversity and open communication within teams and programs
  • Ability to work effectively with individuals from a variety of economically, socially and culturally diverse backgrounds
  • Ability to work collaboratively with other educators, clinic staff, volunteers and community members
  • Strong verbal and communication skills
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a high performing team
  • Technical proficiency in Excel, Word and Outlook
  • Committed to the mission, vision and core values of myHealth

Preferred:

  • Bilingual; Spanish speaking a plus
  • Previous work with young people with special needs
  • Experience and confidence in speaking in front of large groups of people Experience in non-profit sector, community education, reproductive healthcare or adolescent issues
  • Knowledge of the stages of youth development and positive approaches to behavior management

REQUIRED LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS

  • Must have valid driver’s license, car insurance and own vehicle
  • Must complete Mantoux testing

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT

Environmental/Working Conditions: Work is performed primarily off-site at schools and community sites in the West Metro with some office time. Work may be stressful at times due to a busy office. Interaction with others is constant and interruptive.

myHealth for Teens and Young Adults is dedicated to building a culturally diverse staff committed to working in an inclusive environment.

Applications due July 14th.
To apply, please email your resume and cover letter with subject line “Health Educator – full year” to:
[email protected]
Internships

myHealth is looking for an intern! For our internships, a minimum commitment of three months is required. Some positions may require a longer time commitment.

Health Educator Intern

Posted November 2017

Title: Health Educator Intern

ORGANIZATION SUMMARY

myHealth for Teens & Young Adults is a clinic in Hopkins, MN serving teens and young adults ages 12-26 for basic medical care, sexual and reproductive health care and mental health counseling. myHealth welcomes youth of all races, faiths, cultures, gender identities, sexual orientations and backgrounds. Our services are provided in a confidential, non-judgmental, caring and safe environment. We have a sliding scale fee schedule for all clients, but never turn anyone away for inability to pay.

JOB SUMMARY

The Health Educator Intern is responsible for planning and presenting educational presentations to schools and community groups. The intern will use evidence-informed curriculum and appropriate strategies and methods that support young people in making healthy and well-informed decisions.  Topics the Health Educator Intern will be presenting include, but are not limited to: abstinence, contraception, safer sex, healthy relationships, intimacy and consent, sexually transmitted infections, sexual decision making, stress management, and puberty.

Hours: 8-12 hours / week – this is an unpaid position– benefits are not offered

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Facilitate health education classes and small groups for teens and young adults, parents, and professionals, in schools and other youth serving organizations; the Health Educator Intern must be comfortable presenting to a range of group sizes, from 10 – 150 individuals
  • Remain calm and collected during presentations and answer anonymous questions quickly in a professional, value-free manner
  • Travel offsite to educational presentations
  • Develop, adapt and revise, as needed, curricula, materials and activities with an emphasis on utilizing evidence-based curriculum
  • Complete education logs for every presentation, keeping accurate compilations of statistical data for reporting

QUALIFICATIONS

Required:

  • Currently working to complete college degree in youth development, social work, education, sexuality, gender studies, women’s studies, communications, health promotion, public health, or other applicable major or a related field.
  • Experience and confidence in speaking in front of large groups of people
  • Experience in reproductive healthcare or adolescent issues
  • Knowledge of the stages of youth development and positive approaches to behavior management
  • Ability to work flexible hours including during and after school, potentially evenings and occasionally weekends
  • Ability to travel, primarily in the West Metro, to teach at multiple sites
  • Ability to foster diversity and open communication within teams and programs
  • Ability to work effectively with individuals from a variety of economically, socially and culturally diverse backgrounds
  • Ability to work collaboratively with other educators, clinic staff, volunteers and community members
  • Strong verbal and communication skills
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a high performing team
  • Technical proficiency in Excel, Word and Outlook
  • Committed to the mission, vision and core values of myHealth

Preferred:

  • Bilingual; Spanish speaking a plus
  • Previous work with young people

 

REQUIRED LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS

  • Must have valid driver’s license, car insurance and own vehicle
  • Must complete Mantoux testing
To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to:
[email protected]