Community Health Worker


Baby University Community Health Worker Job Description

Job Title: Baby University Community Health Worker

The primary responsibility of the Baby University Community Health Worker is to build trusting relationships with potential and current participants of Baby University. Duties include conducting outreach activities, performing one on one monthly or bimonthly meetings with clients, keeping current documentation in CCS and identifying community resources for participants. The position requires the ability to engage participants from a low income population, meet periodic goals, exercise good judgment and coordinate with a wide range of service organizations. The position requires approximately 40 hours weekly. The Community Health Worker is under the supervision of the Baby University Program Director and the Community Health Worker Supervisor.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Successfully completed Pathways HUB training with includes training in CCS, the computerized record and billing system.
  2. Successfully completed CHW Certification training and certification through the Ohio Board of Nursing and keeping current with yearly CEU requirements.
  3. Regularly participate in canvassing and recruiting activities to engage parents to participate in Baby University and/or the Pathways Program.
  4. Accept referrals from the Pathway Hub.
  5. Maintain an active caseload ranging from 27-30 clients.
  6. Enter documentation within 24 hours, 1 business day into CCS.
  7. Attend at least 75% of the monthly Care Coordination meetings, all mandatory meetings and 100% of weekly Baby University Team Meetings.
  8. Attend Saturday morning sessions of Baby University, participating in group activities with clients.
  9. Attend weekly one on one meetings with the CHW supervisor to discuss caseload.
  10. Comply with state and federal laws and regulations relating to the security, protection and privacy of individually identifiable health care information, including without limitation the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 and regulations promulgated thereunder as they may be amended from time to time.
  11. Complete 30 Checklists with Education Pathways per month.


  1. Minimum of Associates Degree and Community Health Worker Certificate from the State Board of Nursing.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge of outreach methods.
  3. Possess knowledge of a broad range of social service and assistance providers in our target area.
  4. Demonstrated knowledge and commitment to advocate for low-income parents.
  5. Demonstrated ability to work as a team and with community agencies in the best interest of the participant and organization.
  6. One year experience working as a Community Health Worker is required.

Please send resume to [email protected] or [email protected]