Peer and Family Educator / Community Facilitator

KBR, Inc.

Aurora, CO


Peer and Family Educator / Community Facilitator
Around here, we define the future.

We are a company of innovators, thinkers, creators, explorers, volunteers, and dreamers. But we all share one goal: to improve the world responsibly and safely.

KBR is seeking peer and family educators that are interested in being appreciated for their skills in navigating community resources, educating the military and veteran population and their families, community members. Who enjoy being on the ground floor promoting exciting research that benefit todays and tomorrow’s warfighters through brain health, wellness, and donation initiatives. If you’re interested in an organization that truly understands work-life balance, and you’re ready to provide real solutions for those most in need, we’d love to add you to our team. If you’re interested in an organization that truly understands work-life balance, and you’re ready to provide real solutions for those most in need, we’d love to add you on our team. We are a Fortune 500 company that recognizes your value and your talent, outreach, self-driven DNA, dynamic and persistent outreach skills and outstanding presentation and leadership skills. If you fit this bill, get ready for a dynamic career as Peer and Family Educator/Community Facilitator. You will engage current and former military community and family members to create awareness, enthusiasm, and a call to action to participate in groundbreaking research. Your insights, inputs, and actions will be the key to truly making a difference in the lives of our clients, and you’ll have powerful leadership support to provide you everything you need to continue to be the best in your field. This position offers a hybrid work schedule.


  • Peer and Family Educators organize and execute all facets of community partner engagement, stakeholder management, and direct service member and veteran interactions for their assigned commands.
  • Peer and Family Educators shall be responsible for collecting and reporting data for the purposes of formative and outcome evaluations of this outreach initiative and other community-based programs.
  • Peer and Family Educators shall collect original data and data from secondary sources in support of program assessment and continuous improvement. This data includes but is not limited to: daily encounters with community members, activation of website engagements, training and education initiatives, donor registrations, among other critical information and data needs.
  • Peer and Family Educators shall support all aspects of community partnership, events outreach initiatives in coordination with the Marketing Technical Lead assigned to the region as well as other Peer and Family Educators and Donor Team members assigned to the region.
  • Peer and Family Educators shall develop and provide needs-based programming, prevention programs, and supports to service specific demographic groups and geographic locations.
  • Peer and Family Educators shall also have extensive knowledge of DoD and VA resources, such as the Military OneSource, Military Family Life Counselors (MFLC), Personal Financial Counselors (PFC), and Military Crisis Line and aligned community-based resources.
  • Peer and Family Educators shall lead and/or assist in the coordination and/or development of official processes, functions and networking opportunities for subpopulations served.
  • Establish, maintain, and report activity of field activity for the supported region.
  • Report activity using specified reporting tool and frequency identified by the Senior Program Manager, Outreach and Education Manager, or other leadership team members.
  • Conduct and/or contribute to unit level career transition programs for military members and spouses
  • Maintain awareness of and conduct or contribute to education/communication of installation and/or local community behavioral health and resiliency resources; lead, establish, and maintain local and community coalitions and collaboratives
  • Assist with development of standard operating procedures and service provision protocols.
  • Coordinate, with site coordinator, education and referrals regarding the benefits of brain donation for tissue research
  • Assist site coordinator in developing relationships, and processes that support awareness of, support for, and activation of registration or consent to the donation program.

Qualifications: This position requires US Citizenship.

• Able to pass and maintain appropriate certifications and security clearances for this position.

• A bachelor’s degree in education, human/social services, marketing/sales or related field or four years’ experience providing social service education, or work/family life consultation or coordination services.

• Must have a minimum of two years’ experience executing research and/or health promotion, community initiatives, or education activities preferably for military-connected families.

• Shall have, or be willing to receive, specialized training on peer support counseling, community resources and referrals, suicide prevention best practices trainings, training and coordination with local resources to execute mission.

• Must remain current on their knowledge of best practices and developments in areas of peer support counseling and suicide prevention, and will keep abreast of DoD, Services and community sponsored resources intended to promote the wellbeing of service members and their families.


  • Ability to read, write and speak Spanish.
  • Previous experience working with military and veteran families and/or community partners who engage with these audiences

Standard Company Requirements:

• Must comply with Safety, Health and Environmental plan, policies, and procedures.

• Must comply with the Quality Assurance plan, policies, and procedures.

• Must maintain regular and acceptable attendance.

• Responsible for completing all required training.

• Perform other assignments and duties, as required.

Base Compensation:

$46,800- $70,100

The offered rate will be based on the selected candidate’s working location, knowledge, skills, abilities and/or experience and in consideration of internal parity.

Additional Compensation:

KBR may offer bonuses, commissions, or other forms of compensation to certain job titles or levels, per internal policy or contractual designation. Additional compensation may be in the form of sign on bonus, relocation benefits, short term incentives, long term incentives, or discretionary payments for exceptional performance.


KBR offers a wide range of benefits for their employees; we offer medical, prescription, dental, vision, AD&D, disability benefits, retirement 401k, travel benefits, PTO, holidays, flexible work schedules, parental leave, military leave, education assistance, and the list goes on and on! We also support career advancement through professional training and development.

KBR is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, union status and/or beliefs, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.