The following provides a general description of duties and a more specific description of requirements for the Health Education Trainer. Please note that the summary of responsibilities and required abilities identified below are not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities, or requirements.
The Health Education Trainer (HET) will be responsible for preparing and facilitating the TOT for IPC Training Project, creating a tracking system to capture compliance with ELC Grant requirements, and evaluation activities. The HET provides training, prepares reports and develops talking points and presentations, modifications or improvements based on program evaluations. The HET will assist the TPM with the development of the TOT program, which include seeking guidance from SMEs, as well as providing assistance toward the planning and development of TOT program strategies and protocols. Additionally, the HET will deliver the TOT to the identified target audiences, as well as evaluate their competence to be able to deliver IPC Training to Los Angeles County healthcare communities. The HET reports directly to the TPM.
The duties of the Health Education Trainer include, but are not limited to:
- Coordinate with the Division of ODT to help prepare and facilitate IPC training for non-frontline staff;
- Conduct training evaluation activities and make modifications or improvements to IPC training based on program evaluations;
- Develop training material to include presentations, talking points, and policies, and provide training;
- Monitor the updating of training material, policies, etc.;
- Assist the TPM with the development of the TOT program;
- Collaborate with and seek guidance from SMEs to incorporate accurate subject matter content;
- Provide assistance with the planning and development of the TOT program strategies and protocols;
- Participate in the delivery of the TOT to the identified target audiences;
- Assist with evaluating TOT participant’s competence to effectively deliver IPC Training to Los Angeles County healthcare communities;
- Provide webinar platform technical assistance to include scheduling webinars, facilitating Q&A sessions, and taking attendance;
- Assist in formulating and presenting recommendations for program modifications or improvements based on program evaluations;
- Comply with DPH training regarding confidential information related to personal information; and
- Accept responsibility for other duties, as assigned.
- A Master's Degree from a program of study accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health with specialization in Public Health Education, Community Health Education, or equivalent; and
- A valid California Class C Driver License or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job-related essential functions.
- Windows-based laptop or desktop device, with a speaker and mic;
- Reliable Wi-Fi/internet access;
- Ability to maintain a professional, positive attitude and work ethic;
- Highly proficient in various computer programs, including Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, and other specialized programs;
- Excellent customer service, written and oral communication, organization, time management, and prioritization skills;
- Ability to work well independently and with co-workers;
- Ability to set and adhere to deadlines;
- Ability to interact professionally with culturally diverse individuals during a time of crisis and distress;
- Excellent critical thinking and judgment skills; and