Pay Range or Rate: $18.00-22.00 based on
experience and qualifications
Revised: December 2020
To work with underserved Latinx populations. The Peer Navigator
position has been created under the direct supervision of our
Program Director. The Peer Navigator will be working to provide
outreach and linkage to people who identifies as Trans and/or
Gender Nonconforming. The ideal candidate would be proficient in
English and Spanish and will have clear professional guidelines
about how to successfully work with people of trans experience.
The ideal candidate will also be knowledgeable about supportive
and health care services in Orange County and be able to link
people to the appropriate resource navigation services available.
Peer Navigator must be readily available to work and provide
outreach via social media and in person at different community
events, venues, local schools and surrounding neighborhoods. Peer
Support Navigator must be able to help connect clients to the
various supportive services in all the Orange County County area.
Conduct outreach services to trans/gender nonconforming people,
provide an initial assessment and help link to community
resources Orange County
Assist clients with resources
Actively participate with other organizations funded through
Ensure enrollment of clients are successful and linked to
sensitive services and other supportive services
Develop a calendar of outreach activities
Maintain appropriate paper work to ensure contract compliance
Must be able to build relationships with other service and
medical providers who are sensitive to provide services to
trans/gender nonconforming people.
Organize and coordinate outreach activities along with staff
person from the other organization(s) funded through this grant.
Work in collaboration with other existing staff from Alianza
Generate monthly narrative and quantitively reports to ensure
Provide referrals to other supportive services included but not
limited to housing, medical and mental health services and other
services as needed.
Other duties can be assigned by Program Director.
Support with weekly food bank and weekly social support group.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS- Knowledge, Skills, and Ability
Bachelor of Science Degree in Social Work, Psychology or Public
Health related fields or at least 2 years of working with people
of trans experience.
Proof of employment eligibility, valid California Driver’s
License and/or California Identification, and yearly automobile
Updated tuberculosis test (annual requirement) – read, reviewed
and dated by a clinician 6 months prior to employment
Ability to coordinate multiple projects & tasks simultaneously
in a high-pressure environment
Ability to master a wide range of information, taking initiative
and adapt in a team environment
Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
Ability to work with diverse communities (e.g. multi-gender,
ethnic, generation, lingual, Lesbian, gay, bisexual,
transgender, substance use)
Basic knowledge of Social Determinants, Workforce Development,
HIV/AIDS, and related issues
Good problem solving and conflict resolution skills
Great attitude and people skills a must
Experience and knowledge of PC hardware and software (Windows,
Power Point, Word and Excel a must)
Ability to competently conduct trainings and workshops
NON-ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS- Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Relevant community outreach training
Experience and knowledge of MS Access and Outlook Software
Bilingual in Spanish and English preferred
Knowledge of behavior change interventions
Excellent writing skills
Four (4) year college degree with emphasis on Public Health
related courses or a minimum of 2 years working with trans