Provides substantive program and administrative coordination for two (2) grantmaking and capacity-building programs serving community-based organizations (CBOs). The Program Manager will work closely with the grantee sites and provide technical assistance on innovative projects.
The Program Coordinator supports the Linking and Integration Networks for Collaboration (LINC) program by funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to deliver effective high impact HIV prevention services and interventions to community-based organizations (CBOs). The position facilitates learning through a variety of methods including in person instruction, via individual and group learning experiences, distance learning, and coaching. The Program Coordinator will be responsible for the coordination of all aspects of technical assistance and training development and implementation.
This position is responsible for the coordination and implementation of this project’s tailored webinars, list serves and online modules. Additionally, the position will coordinate the development of training and resource tools. The project anticipates bimonthly list serves, quarterly webinars and 4 online modules annually for program participants throughout the duration of the program. Working with HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), this project will recruit potential leaders via both RWHAP care services and CDC prevention services who will support integrated planning between both care and prevention systems of service delivery.
This position includes up to 20 % of business travel.
NMAC (formerly known as the National Minority AIDS Council) is looking for an entrepreneurial leader to manage, inspire and grow its Leadership Pipeline (LP). The ideal candidate will implement programming that empowers people of color living with HIV, builds the next generation of HIV leaders and expand services to address undoing racism as a pathway for ending the HIV epidemic in America. This big job requires experience managing federal cooperative agreements, working with diverse oppressed communities, a champion for youth, and a warrior for health equity and racial justice within the HIV community.
NMAC (formerly known as the National Minority AIDS Council) is looking for a Communication Strategist to oversee all written materials and monitor the agency’s image and standing in the field. The ideal candidate must be an innovative self-starter who can work with little supervision. They must be able to use words and images to inspire and call to action. They are responsible for the tenor and tone of the agency’s e-newsletters, web site, publications, Facebook, Twitter, reports, and program books. This job will not focus on the press. Good writing and editing essential. Must understand and have experience using Work Press, Mail Chimp and other cloud based communication platforms. Ability to manage outside consultants like graphic artist and web developers. This job is always on a deadline and can be stressful.
The Department of Public Health’s Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Program is accepting applications for one (1) full-time position in class 2230 Physician Specialist. Under the direction of the San Francisco City Clinic Medical Director, the Physician Specialist will serve as the lead clinician educator.
The Snohomish Health District is currently accepting applications for a Disease Intervention Specialist in our STD/HIV Program. Incumbent will interview clients with or potentially exposed to communicable diseases, including HIV and STDs; collaborate with internal, other local health jurisdiction and state STD/HIV staff to coordinate case investigations. Interviews may be conducted by phone or in-person in the office setting or by field visit. Incumbent will collaborate with community healthcare providers to provide consultation and education regarding STD/HIV testing, disease protocols, and reporting.
This is a professional position within the Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) & Viral Hepatitis Section. The position is responsible for in-depth epidemiological analysis of sexually transmitted disease data sets, available related data sources from various public health programs, and data from non-Department of Health sources that are aligned with the functions of the STD & Viral Hepatitis Section. The position will be responsible for the design, development, and distribution of user friendly reports and disease trend summaries in response to requests or as a matter of routine reporting of current relevant surveillance information. The individual will require excellent customer service, organizational, technical writing, and problem solving skills as part of the routine expectation of surveillance and epidemiological analysis, which serves to inform policy and guide operational decisions in the Section's efforts to prevent and control the spread of STDs in Florida.
The Senior Program Analyst is responsible for managing, implementing, and promoting project activities; identifying and responding to member needs; and assessing policies and programs. The Senior Program Analyst is considered a senior content expert. This position may supervise the work of Program Analysts and administrative support staff.
Senior Program Analysts typically report to a Director or Senior Director. Work at this level requires substantial knowledge in the designated area, with both the conceptual understanding and sufficient professional experience to work on complex assignments with minimal supervision. Senior Program Analysts require proven analytical, research, and project management capabilities, as well as the ability to work on projects of a highly confidential and sensitive nature and interface with the highest level of internal and external stakeholders.