This position is funded through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) with the possibility of continued funding after 1 year.
To be considered for this position, a Clay County application will need to be completed and a resume must be submitted with your application.
$27.68 per hour
Associates Degree from a 2-year college or technical school in Community Development, Communications, Human & Community Education, International Studies, Political Science, Sociology, or related field – Bachelor’s Degree is preferred.
3-5 years of prior work-related experience
Successfully complete a background investigation
Duties and Essential Functions
The listed examples may not include all the duties performed by all positions in this class.
Assist the Public Health Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Navigator to provide information to diverse communities regarding COVID 19.
Attend community events to establish working relationships with leaders of the Native American, New Americans and Refugee communities.
Develop material and teach classes to refugees and new Americans on federal, state and local laws as well as cultural norms.
Advocate with public and private agencies to increase situational awareness.
Partner with interpreter services when required.
Address how social media and other outreach tools may be used to inform and engage non-governmental partners.