COVID19 Community Organizer Aide
Community Action Program

The COVID19 Community Organizer Aide will work under the direction of the COVID19 Community Outreach Worker to provide outreach, education and resources to the communities hardest impacted by COVID19. The Community Organizer Aide will assist the Outreach Worker in all planning, preparation and response activities and support related to COVID19

  • Must have a basic understanding of COVID19 issue(s) affecting the Community as a whole, with special emphasis on the needs of residents whose communities were hardest hit by COVID19.

  • Attend community meetings, events and virtual forums as assigned by COVID19 Community Outreach Worker

  • Disseminate information, pamphlets, and resources. Screen residents for service needs that are provided by the EOC of Nassau County and partnering agencies.

  • Assist in the developmnet and implementation of COVID19 educational activities. Engage residents to participate in activities.

  • Identify comunity services and needs, compare with community needs assessment and report findings to Outreach Worker.

  • Complete required case management documentation and reporting.

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.

  • Minimum 2 years' experience conducting community outreach or working for a community service organization.

  • Ability to work well under pressure and meet deadlines.

  • Ability to be productive both in a team environment and autonomously.

  • Proficient in MS Office

  • Familiar with internet research

  • HS Diploma or equivalent.

The Economic Opportunity Commission of Nassau County, Inc., a community action agency, through collaboration and partnership, empowers income-eligible families to gain the knowledge, skills and resources to improve the quality of their lives.

In pursuit of this mission, the EOC will:

•  Advocate on clients behalf to provide more opportunities and fewer barriers.

•  Provide educational and economic resources to increase client self-sufficiency.

•  Help reduce the causes and effects of poverty.

•  Foster citizen participation to initiate programs and improve existing services based      

    upon local community needs

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