Diabetes Partnership of Cleveland


Health Educator


Position Summary:

The health educator is a part time, exempt employee expected to work 24-28 hours per week including some weekends and evenings; required to work in the office and travel to various locations in the community; and reports to the Director of Programs and President/CEO.


Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Teach Diabetes Self-Management Education classes and workshops
  • Provide 1:1 individual Diabetes Self-management education to clients and their support team.
  • Provide diabetes prevention and awareness presentations throughout the community
  • Facilitate Empowerment Groups
  • Develop and revise diabetes/nutrition-related education materials
  • Conduct diabetes risk assessments and screenings at community health fairs and in the office
  • Facilitate use of plain language and health literacy concepts in client education materials / programs
  • Answer phone questions
  • Assist walk-in clients
  • Assist clients to access blood glucose testing supply program
  • Conduct Chronic Disease Self-management session.
  • Represent Diabetes Partnership of Cleveland at meetings and on coalitions / committees
  • Develop and manage diverse diabetes education programs and materials including:

    • Diabetes Ambassador Program: train, coordinate, engage, and deploy health care professionals providing community blood glucose screening and education and community members to support health education, outreach and fund raising activities in the community.

    • Coordinate the Summer Internship Program.

    • Manage health literacy initiatives including material and class development.

    • Provide or support other programming as directed by the Program Director.


Minimum Required Qualifications:

•             Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing or Nutrition.

•             Maintain current licensure and registration.

•             Able/willing to work in office conditions and diverse areas throughout the community

•             Basic competency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook

•             Able to lift up to 30 pounds

•             Ability to work effectively with the team (including cooperation and consideration)

•             Ability to manage multiple projects

•             Ability to meet deadlines

•             Exhibits punctuality in attendance

•             Ability to maintain confidentiality

•             Attends to safety in performance of duties

•             Maintains high degree of accuracy in work and reporting

•             Seeks improvement in approach to job responsibilities

•             Communicates effectively with management


Preferred Competencies:

•             Experience working with type 1, type 2 and/or gestational diabetes

•             Prior extensive knowledge about diabetes






Data-Entry Specialist Position

Position Summary:

The Data-Entry Specialist’s primary function will be entering data and
maintaining our organization’s database along with other miscellaneous general
office duties as required. He or she is a part-time, temporary employee with
the potential to be permanent. This individual is expected to work approximately
16-20 hours per week.  This person reports to the Development Operations Specialist. 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Entering gift batches
  • Updating constituent records
  • Processing thank you letters through RE Mail
  • General/basic office skills – filing, keyboarding, copy machine, telephone, etc

 Minimum Required Qualifications:

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to meet deadlines
  • Ability to work effectively with multidisciplinary teams
  • High school diploma
  • 1– 2 years Raiser’s Edge experience
  • 1– 3 years working in an office environment
  • General/basic office skills – filing, keyboarding, copy machine, telephone, etc.

Preferred Competencies:

  • Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Some college
  • 3– 5 years Raiser’s Edge experience
  • Integrating with Financial Edge and Merchant Services experience a plus

Please submit cover letter and resume to msmith@diabetespartnership.org .



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Diabetes Partnership of Cleveland

3601 S. Green Rd., #100
Beachwood, OH 44122
Phone: 216-591-0800 | Fax: 216-591-0320



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