Perinatal Navigator (Haitian Creole Language)

Global Communities

About the organization

Global Communities works at the intersection of humanitarian assistance, sustainable development and financial inclusion to save lives, advance equity and secure strong futures. We support communities at the forefront of their own development in more than 35 countries, partnering with local leaders, governments, civil society and the private sector to achieve a shared vision of a more just, prosperous and equitable global community.


Perinatal Navigators interact with other local programs staff and external partner agencies, exchanging information to ensure optimal health outcomes for clients while ensuring HIPAA compliance. Ideal candidates have experience with childbirth education, doula work, lactation and/or parenting education. Perinatal Navigators will work under direction of the Healthy Start Project Director and will work primarily with families in the field (in San Diego), with additional work from GC’s Murphy Canyon office and some work from home responsibilities.


Undergraduate degree or specialized knowledge of their work discipline and four years of related work experience.
Two years’ professional experience in health, psychology, child development, or social work field is preferred.
Proficiency in computers and use of MS Word and Excel required.
A passion for the mission and values of Global Communities
Must be available for occasional travel within California and US.
Must have U.S. work authorization.

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Contact email: [email protected]

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