Health Educator

Full-Time or Part-Time


  • Be a committed Christian who demonstrates a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord.
  • Exhibit strong commitment and dedication to the sanctity of human life and sexual purity.
  • Agree with and be willing to uphold the Statement of Principle, Statement of Faith and policies of The Source.  
  • Bachelor’s degree in a helping field, nursing, education, public health, or similar field preferred.
  • Experience in adult and/or adolescent education preferred.
  • Bilingual, a plus.
  • Have experience with Microsoft Office computer applications.
  • Organized and self-motivated; able to work productively with little supervision.
  • Exhibit strong leadership, management, and organizational skills, and an understanding of faith-based nonprofit programs, preferred.
  • The ability to select, develop and motivate people and create a positive work and volunteer environment.  
  • The ability to resolve problems quickly and effectively and determine appropriate courses of action, which are then reported to the Education Program Manager in the assigned location.  
  • Must be flexible and have well developed interpersonal skills.    

Essential Job Functions

  • Review current curriculum and present updates, changes, and new curriculum suggestions to the Education Program Manager.
  • Submit all new education materials for approval to the Education Program Manager.
  • Identify areas of concern in classroom procedures and program initiatives; report proposed changes to Education Program Manager.
  • Complete required training for TTF and SRAE Grant contracts including the Ascend SRAE certification.
  • Input required data entry in the client database in a timely manner for all grant and organizational reporting.
  • Follow procedures to refrain from offering Spiritual Counseling when teaching a grant funded class.
  • Report weekly statistics of class attendance to Education Program Manager.  
  • Set up media required for facilitation of each class.
  • If applicable, for in-person classes, ensure the classroom is clean and ready to receive clients before each class; tidy up the classroom after class.
  • Know and be comfortable teaching all of The Source’s educational programs.  
  • Be willing to substitute for any of The Source’s educational programs.
  • Be willing to participate in annual classroom observations.

Essential TTF Job Functions

  • Teach weekly group and individual primarily adult educational classes covering TTF approved curriculum.
  • Work with Education Program Manager to ensure accurate enrollment and processing of clients taking pregnancy, childbirth, and parenting classes, including: initial invitation, confirmation of enrollment and welcome call.
  • Provide TTF clients with material assistance.

Essential AEP/SRAE Job Functions

  • Provide AEP/SRAE curriculum to youth between the ages of 10-20 years old.
  • Understand and know The Source’s AEP/SRAE curriculum.
  • Provide medically accurate and age-appropriate education to students when presenting the AEP/SRAE curriculum and answering student questions.
  • Offer and provide time during classes for students to complete UT Health’s pre and post AEP/SRAE curriculum surveys.
  • Offer, facilitate, and lead SRAE required Youth Service Learning Projects with each cohort of students.
  • Facilitate parent and teacher workshops, as needed.
  • Support the Education Program Manager and Grants Compliance Manager with gathering student attendance, demographic information, and information for grant required reports.


  • Attend staff meetings.
  • Assist in special events, including annual fundraisers, community fairs, and church presentations, as needed.
  • Establish positive working relationships with staff members and volunteers.
  • Other duties, as assigned.

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