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The Arkansas Department of Correction (ADC) Human Immunodeficiency Virus / Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) Educator is responsible for developing and presenting health education programs

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Organizes, schedules, and teaches workshops to inform the inmate population about HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention issues using self-generated teaching aids, such as slides, audio-visual presentations, or course guides. Provides HIV/AIDS education to individuals, including assessing needs, developing programs to meet assessed needs, and acting as a resource person. Researches, designs, and publishes brochures, flyers, or promotional releases to educate the general inmate population. Monitors scientific developments in HIV/AIDS research or new legislation for changes in HIV/AIDS laws to be used as background for teaching. Orders and monitors inventory of HIV/AIDS publications, such as pamphlets or brochures for distribution to the inmate population. Compiles necessary reports, statistics, and other information for monthly, quarterly, or annual reports. Represents ADC as a liaison with other state agencies relating to HIV/AIDS education. May be required to conduct workshops explaining other public health related communicable diseases. Performs other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Abilities, and Skills:

Knowledge of the principles and practices of health education. Ability to plan, arrange, and conduct educational programs and service activities. Ability to research, prepare, and/or explain educational or informational materials and literature. Ability to provide training and instructions. Ability to evaluate data and prepare reports.

Minimum Qualifications:

The formal education equivalent of an associate’s degree in a health or medical field; plus three years of experience in a clinical or health related program setting.

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