Pay Grade 015
This dynamic position is responsible for the coordination of targeted HIV prevention, special projects, training and capacity building for the state of Georgia. This position provides technical assistance and training within a health care specialty.
Plans, directs, and implements a specialty program.
Evaluates programs for compliance with state and/or federal guidelines.
Serves as team leader and may supervise lower level staff.
This highly specialized position coordinates and collaborates with state staff, community partners and stakeholders in the planning and development of HIV/AIDS-related activities that target men who have sex with men (MSM).
Purpose and General Description
Reporting directly to the Executive Director (ED), the Deputy Executive Director, Operations, is responsible for the day-to-day operational management of the domestic and global offices of NASTAD, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. The position will have strategic oversight of all fiscal, human resources, and administrative operations of the organization. Position responsibilities include: direct supervision of the senior finance and accounting (F&A), human resources (HR), information technology (IT), and other administrative staff; leadership regarding the structure and processes necessary to manage the organization's projected growth and current activities with a focus on accountability and building capacity in appropriate areas; overseeing the internal day-to-day financial and administrative operations of the association, including grant and contract management, budget development , forecast and monitoring, outside audit and federal financial reports, rates, contract reviews, taxes, and financial, human resources and administrative policies and procedures; ensuring organizational compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, domestically and globally; and direct oversight of facilities management and logistics, corporate insurance, maintenance of information technology systems, procurement and contracts, and meetings and travel. The Deputy Executive Director, Operations will serve as an integral part of the leadership team in developing and implementing strategic plans and goals for F&A and Human Resources, as well as for the organization overall, and will serve as principal advisor to ED on all operational issues and development.
For the full job posting, please visit NASTAD's website.
The National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO), a national organization representing approximately 3,000 local health departments (LHDs) nationwide, has an immediate opening for a Senior Program Analyst. Their ideal candidate would have substantial experience with hepatitis C and as a plus also have expereince with HIV/STI work.
A Senior Program Analyst is an individual contributor in a specific area of expertise and is accountable for professional functions and/or systems. Work at this level requires substantial knowledge in an area of specialization with both the conceptual understanding and sufficient professional experience to work on complex assignments with minimal supervision. This assignment typically requires originality and creativity in applying knowledge and concepts in the area of specialization. The position may require the ability to work on projects of a highly confidential and sensitive nature, interfacing with the highest level of internal and external stakeholders.
The Senior Program Analyst may provide guidance to other professionals and administrative staff either in a supervisory, project management, or technical capacity. The Senior Program Analyst is considered a career level professional and works with minimal supervision. Incumbents only move beyond this level if they develop expert level capabilities or if they take on significant management responsibilities. Positions at this level require proven analytical, research, and project management capabilities.
The Senior Program Analyst for Viral Hepatitis/HIV/STI is part of the Infectious Disease team. The position will serve as lead on viral hepatitis related projects and support work across the HIV/STI/Viral Hepatitis and broader Infectious Disease portfolios. The position requires expertise in viral hepatitis, particularly HCV, with additional expertise and interest in HIV, STIs, and overall infectious diseases a plus.
For more information, including how to apply, please visit NACCHO's website.
A successful candidate for this new position will oversee education and communications activities for the organization, and will have exemplary skills in project management and staff supervision in a collaborative environment. This person will be responsible for managing a team of ~six individuals and ensuring that education and communications staff members are meeting goals and project deliverables. The program director will also manage a portfolio of several CME programs. The program director will work closely with the development team in designing new programs and ensuring that funded projects are delivered on time and demonstrate impactful evaluation outcomes.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is ultimately accountable for the successful achievement of the Agency’s vision and mission. They will be responsible for development, supervision and administration of all programs of the Agency. They will provide management information and leadership to the Board of Directors about changing community needs, which may require modification of the Agency’s strategic direction. They will develop and provide a vision for the role of the agency, as well as strong leadership to the staff and the community.
The Staff Attorney/Manager of Litigation Initiatives in the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation of Harvard Law School (CHLPI) leads CHLPI’s efforts to use administrative advocacy and impact litigation to expand access to healthcare for low-income populations and to promote more equitable and effective health care systems.
The staff attorney position represents a unique opportunity to work within Harvard Law School’s clinical program, to join a dynamic public interest and clinical teaching health and public health law and policy office, and practice in a burgeoning area of state and national importance. The position is for a one-year term appointment, with ongoing terms dependent on the availability of funding and project needs.
The Senior Manager, Prevention, as part of NASTAD’s prevention team, plays a leadership role in expanding the organization’s capacity to support state health departments’ implementation of high impact HIV prevention programs. The position recommends and facilitates action steps to execute
NASTAD’s Capacity Building Assistance (CBA) program focused on modernizing health department programming to implement several of the required elements of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) PS12-1201 Comprehensive HIV Prevention for Health Departments cooperative agreements as well as the National HIV/AIDS Strategy.
The position will be responsible for leading activities in NASTAD’s CBA work plan related to prevention with HIV positive persons, as well as coordinating CBA efforts across NASTAD teams relative to health systems integration. The ideal candidate will possess a working knowledge of health care systems, including public and private insurance coverage, health policy, and health
care finance and have experience providing technical assistance to health departments in these areas. The Senior Manager, Prevention will be a selfstarter with excellent writing, presentation, and training/facilitation skills, and will be able to develop and execute new projects working with minimal
direction in a timely manner. The position falls within a matrix management structure, and will be required to demonstrate flexibility and an ability to work across teams and effectively communicate with multiple program leads.
The successful candidate will enhance STD prevention efforts for youth and young adults in South Los Angeles by providing support to the District 2 Community Advisory Coalition (CAC). The Coordinator will partner with community-based organizations serving youth and young adults to align activities and provide guidance for the implementation of the CAC strategic plan. - See more at: http://www.cfhc.org/jobs/adolescent-health-coordinator#sthash.sPbw1g6Y.dpuf
The HIV Prevention Surveillance Research Analyst will work onsite at the Alameda County Public Health Department to develop and manage the data systems that will improve the delivery of HIV prevention services in Alameda County. Specifically, the HIV Prevention Surveillance Analyst will: 1) use county HIV and STD surveillance data to support HIV partner services and linkage-to-care as well as enhanced HIV testing support for STD cases 2) conduct analysis of HIV and STD surveillance data to describe burden and the need for integrated HIV prevention services and community-level outcomes of prevention efforts and 3) develop and manage a database to track partner services and linkage-to-care in Alameda County. He/she will work collaboratively with epidemiologists, public health investigators, and other program staff to support coordination of HIV prevention services in Alameda County.
The Manager of HIV/STI Services oversees the Testing for All program
(T4A), Social Networking Strategy (SNS), and other related programing as appropriate.
Additional key responsibilities include: managing CAP’s HIV and STI testing policies and
procedures; provision, coordination, and oversight of employee and volunteer HIV/STI training;
HIV/STI quality assurance and monitoring; managing testing supplies; and data collection and
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