Educational PGM Associate III
Assigned service region will include two of the following counties: New Madrid, Scott, Pemiscot, Stoddard, Dunklin, and Mississippi County. The person in each of the Navigator positions will alternate working out of two different county health offices.
Audience: The navigator will primarily serve high needs, vulnerable families to include but not limited to grandparents raising grandchildren, pregnant or parenting teens, parents of new babies, low-income families, children whose parents are incarcerated or recelty released, etc.
Purpose: The purpose of the Navigator is to assist caregivers to fully connect with needed resources that relate to improving health and well-being. Physical and mental health resources, home-visiting programs, educational programs, legal services, housing, transportation supports, job training, etc. are some of the examples. Resources might be on a prevention, intervention, or treatment level.
To learn more about the job posting go to the following link and apply for one of the three navigator positions:
Search for Job ID:
Job ID 27011 - Pemiscot and Dunklin Counties
Job ID 27015 - New Madrid and Mississippi Counties
Job ID 27014 - Scott and Stoddard Counties
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