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Pa’lante Latin@s Promotores Program

Planned Parenthood of Southern New England, provides quality, affordable, preventive health care for women and families across communities. We support the Latin@ community in New Haven and throughout Connecticut by informing them about our reproductive health services, comprehensive sexuality education programs, and our public policy and advocacy work. We are committed to educating and engaging members of the community in our advocacy work to build power and mobilize the Latin@ community to advocate for reproductive health and justice.


Job Title

Promotor/Promotora (Health Promoter)

Reports to

Dieniz Costa, Community Outreach and Engagement Coordinator




Public Policy and Advocacy

Salary Grade


Based on Availability of Grant Funding


Minimum Education

High School diploma/GED preferred or comparable reading and writing skills.

Minimum Work Experience

Interest in family planning, reproductive and sexual health, or related health field preferred.

Other Requirements

Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred, Spanish required.

 Demonstrated interest in educating peers.

Must have good communication skills with aptitude for public speaking.

 Ability to facilitate presentations to diverse groups in Spanish.

Ability to provide outreach and networking in their communities

Must have knowledge and understanding of the needs of their community

Must work well with others and have the ability to work as part of a team.

Ability to work independently and manage time to complete goals by due date.

Ability to deal with sensitive topics including comprehensive sexuality, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and FDA approved birth control methods.

Supports the agency’s mission and all of the reproductive health services offered including family planning services, women’s health screenings, testing and treatment of STI’s, birth control methods and abortion services.

Agency Standards

Ability to communicate effectively with community members of all backgrounds. Must have excellent customer service and be committed to providing the highest level of customer satisfaction. Supportive of the mission and goals of Planned Parenthood. Commitment to quality, affordable healthcare.

Pa’lante Latin@s Promotores Program


Título del Trabajo


Reporta a

Dieniz Costa, Coordinadora de Desarrollo y Enlace Comunitario




Defensoría y Política Publica

Grado de Salario


Basado en fondos disponibles


Educación Mínima

Diploma de Preparatoria o experiencia comparable.

Mínimo de Experiencia Laboral

Experiencia en planificación familiar, salud reproductiva, o en un campo relacionado a la salud pública de preferencia.

Otros Requerimientos

Bilingüe (Español/Inglés) de preferencia, Español indispensable.

 Debe tener antecedentes y experiencias biculturales.

 Demostrar interé en educar a la comunidad

Habilidad para comunicarse con otras personas y capacidad para hablar en público.

Habilidad para hacer presentaciones en Español a diversos grupos de personas.

Habilidad para hacer trabajo comunitario y enlace comunitario, y estar dispuesto a trabajar en lugares de difícil acceso.

Debe conocer y entender las necesidades de la región dónde se planifique trabajar.

Debe trabajar bien con otras personas y tener la habilidad de trabajar en equipo.

Habilidad de trabajar en forma independiente y administrar su tiempo para completar las metas en la fecha de vencimiento.

Habilidad para tratar con temas delicados y sensibles incluyendo la sexualidad, ITS, y los métodos anticonceptivos aprobados por la FDA.

Estándares de la Agencia

Habilidad para comunicarse efectivamente con clientes y compañeros de trabajo de todos los orígenes. Debe tener un excelente servicio al cliente y comprometerse a proveer el más alto nivel de satisfacción para el público. Dirigir, guiar y modelar la Experiencia de Planned Parenthood, incluyendo los Esenciales de la Experiencia. Apoyar la misión y metas de Planned Parenthood. Comprometerse a ofrecer servicios de salud de calidad.


Ofrecer educación en salud sexual y reproductiva a sus comunidades, siguiendo el currículum y guías diseñadas por el Programa de Promotor@s. Este puesto es medio tiempo, sin beneficios, financiado por una donación.

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