Community Health Worker Job Application Letter Template

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Community Health Worker Application Letter Template
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Sample Community Health Worker Job Application Letter Template

From:

[ Sender name ]
[ Sender address: city, state, zip code ]
[ Sender tel. / cell phone numbers ]
[ Sender email ]
To:

[ Recruiter title/name ]
[ Recruiter job position ]
[ Organization name ]
[ Organization full address ]
Date:

Dear [ Title/Name ]:

I'm interested in working for your [ company/organization name ] as "community health worker", my complete resume would be sent upon your request.

Brief of My Professional Experience:

Job Title: Community Health Worker, Company: New Line Inc

My Job Responsibilities - were to:

1) Administer immunizations or other basic preventive treatments

2) Advise clients or community groups on issues related to diagnostic screenings, like breast cancer screening, pap smears, glaucoma tests, or diabetes screenings

3) Advise clients or community groups on issues related to improving general health, like diet or exercise

4) Advise clients or community groups on issues related to risk or prevention of conditions like lead poisoning, human immunodeficiency virus HIV , prenatal substance abuse, or domestic violence

5) Advise clients or community groups on issues related to sanitation or hygiene, like flossing or hand washing

6) Advise clients or community groups on issues related to self-care, like diabetes management

7) Advise clients or community groups on issues related to social or intellectual development, like education, childcare, or problem solving

8) Advise clients or community groups to make sure parental understanding of the importance of childhood immunizations how to access immunization services

9) Advocate for individual or community health needs with government agencies or health service providers

10) Attend community meetings or health fairs to understand community issues or build relationships with community members

11) Conduct home visits for pregnant women, newborn infants, or other high-risk individuals to monitor their progress or assess their needs

12) Contact clients in person, by phone, or in writing to make sure they have completed required or recommended actions

13) Distribute flyers, brochures, or other informational or educational documents to inform members of a targeted community

14) Identify or contact members of high-risk or otherwise targeted groups, like members of minority populations, low-income populations, or pregnant women

15) Identify the particular health care needs of individuals in a community or target area

16) Interpret, translate, or provide cultural mediation related to health services or information for community members

17) Maintain updated client records with plans, notes, appropriate forms, or related information

18) Monitor nutrition of children, elderly, or other high-risk groups

19) Perform basic diagnostic procedures, like blood pressure screening, breast cancer screening, or communicative disease screening

20) Provide basic health services, like first aid

21) Provide feedback to health service providers regarding improving service accessibility or acceptability

22) Refer community members to needed health services

23) Teach appropriate parenting behaviors to individuals or families

24) Teach classes or otherwise disseminate medical or dental health information to school groups, community groups, or targeted families or individuals, in a manner consistent with cultural norms

25) Assist families to apply for social services, including Medicaid or Women, Infants, and also Children WIC

26) Collect information from individuals to compile vital statistics about the general health of community members

27) Develop plans or formal contracts for individuals, families, or community groups to improve overall health

28) Report incidences of child or elder abuse, neglect, or threats of harm to authorities, as required

29) Transport or accompany clients to scheduled health appointments or referral sites

I do appreciate your time taken to review my application letter.

Thanks and best regards

Sincerely,
[ Sender/your name ]

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