Child Safety Educator Job Announcement
ECHO, 1500 Poplar Level Rd., Ste. 2, Louisville, KY 40217
Part Time, 20 hours/week, no benefits
Shifts will vary and person in position will deliver safety education in schools and public venues in Metro Council Districts 4, 5, 6, and 15.
This position is grant funded for 1 year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015. Employment beyond June 30, 2015 is dependent on funding. This position has no benefits and is paid bi-weekly. Hourly rate is a minimum of $11.00/hour and depends on experience.
Residents of Metro Louisville Council District 4, 5, 6 or 15 are strongly encouraged to apply.
How to apply: Send detailed cover letter, resume, and list of 3 references to Jobs@ECHO- KY.org or 1500 Poplar Level Rd., Ste. 2, Louisville, KY 40217. Emailed application materials preferred.
No phone calls, please.
Interviews will be scheduled as application materials are received and will start on June 23. Applications will be accepted until July 25. Expected start date is August 18, preferably sooner.
Child Safety Educator Job Description
With direction from Executive Director, execute the Transforming Communities Education Plan Help identify child victims during prevention programming
Assist in coordinating and deliver programs at elementary, middle and high schools
Assist in coordinating and deliver community education
Educate students on body and Internet safety using ECHOs prevention curricula
Educate adults on body and Internet safety using ECHOs prevention curricula
Distribute and collect evaluation tools
Maintain evaluation records for prevention programming
Become familiar with the issue of child abuse
Attend professional training as determined by Executive Director Become familiar with all ECHO curricula
Maintain accurate records of travel and time Submit reports in a timely manner
Maintain all data in database
Other activities as direct by the Executive Director
Experience and Education Requirements
- GED/High School Diploma
- Comfortable and competent in working with children
- Comfortable and competent in public speaking
- Strong problem solving skills and initiative
- Demonstrates effective oral and written communication skills
- Equally capable and comfortable working independently or as a team player
- Strong organizational skills
- Current and valid drivers license and liability insurance
- Able to successfully pass a criminal background check (no abuse, child maltreatment, etc.).Preferred
- Resident of Metro Louisville Council District 4, 5, 6 or 15
- Experience working with children ages 4-14
- Some college, preferably education/early childhood development focus