It is one of the scariest things writing a resume to apply for a job, because of the sheer length of the document.
In the good news department, resumes do not have to be long.
They just have to be big.
Here is a sample to show you what we mean:
Community Health Educator Resume Example
688 Dee Road| Ames, IA 19934
COMMUNITY HEALTH EDUCATOR
Reliable and team-oriented Community Health Educator with over 8 years of experience in conducting client outreach activities, and facilitating small peer-led and non-peer-led groups. Highly skilled in providing health education classes, and assisting clients on a variety of projects.
|Client Outreach||Advocacy||Quality Commitment|
|Collaborative Partnerships||Training||Community Health Activities|
|Behavioral Health||Lifestyle Changes||Service Delivery|
|Screening||Risk Assessment||Client Evaluation|
• Implemented a series of community health education programs, for 15 different communities.
• Introduced a client screening program, which proved to be 65% more efficient than the one already in place.
• Devised a client evaluation system, resulting in increased accuracy in determining clients’ requirements.
• Introduced the concept of client advocacy as a standard concept, which had only been sporadic till then.
Community Health Educator
Grand Portage Health Services, Ames, IA | 2012 – Present
• Create and implement community outreach strategies, ensuring that specified standards are met.
• Communicate and advocate for health education, ensuring that clients are provided with a solid overview of the program.
• Assess clients’ needs for health education, keeping change readiness in mind.
• Develop, identify, and implement client education material and other tools to encourage healthy decisions.
• Monitor and assess health communication interventions and policies.
• Assist with training community health workers, for core competencies and health area-specific content.
• Evaluate the efficacy of health education programs, and make required changes where necessary.
• Gather and analyze data to learn about specific communities and their health needs.
Community Health Worker
Neighborhood Health, Ames, IA | 2009 – 2012
• Assisted clients in their homes, communities, and clinical settings, to help them understand health education.
• Documented client encounters, and completed and submitted periodic reports.
• Assisted clients in accessing health-related services, such as obtaining medical homes, and providing instruction on appropriate use of medical facilities.
• Facilitated communication and coordinated services between providers and clients.
• Established positive and supportive relationships with participants, and provided feedback to team members.
Iowa State University, Ames, IA
Bachelor’s Degree in Community Health
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