The major responsibility is to provide training and education to CLOCC staff and partner organizations to promote our healthy lifestyle messaging (5-4-3-2-1 Go!® and fiveSMART®), to help initiate and maintain license agreements for message use, and to help advance a social determinants of health perspective among CLOCC partner organizations. Our two messages promote 5 servings of fruits and vegetables a day, 4 servings of water a day, 3 servings of low-fat dairy a day, 2 hours or less of screen time a day and 1 hour or more of physical activity a day (5-4-3-2-1 Go!) and help parents and caregivers to focus on sleep, meals, activity, responsiveness and role modeling, and key things to avoid during pregnancy and early childhood (fiveSMART). Key social determinants of interest include mental health, housing, transportation planning and infrastructure, and immigration. Others are also being explored. The Health Educator will be involved in various strategies to disseminate CLOCC’s message and our social determinants of health approach across Chicago and throughout the CLOCC network. The Health Educator will be responsible for developing, revising, and delivering trainings to staff at various city agencies (including youth participants in those agencies), community-based organizations, and other groups and will work with CLOCC’s leadership to ensure all messages and activities are consistent with evidence-based strategies. The Health Educator will track participation, message use, and financial expenditures related to trainings, oversee the work of volunteers and temporary student assistants, represent the program to community partners and other external organizations, collaborate with organizational partners, and assist with the development and implementation of project evaluation protocols.