This vacancy is located in the STD/HIV Surveillance Unit of the Sexually Transmitted Diseases, HIV and Tuberculosis (STD/TB) Section within the Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Prevention and Control (IDEPC) Division.
The position is responsible for duties related to the STD Surveillance Network (SSuN) including interviewing cases, tracking interview status in the project database, and performing quality assurance tasks. This position will also assist with clinic data coordination as directed by the Project Director, assist in data analyses and quality assurance, and will be the liaison with the clinics regarding site-specific analyses and quality improvement efforts.
Job responsibilities include conducting enhanced STD surveillance; updating and maintaining the Minnesota Statewide STD Surveillance System to ensure accurate, timely, and complete information as required by the SSuN cooperative agreement; providing technical consultation to health professionals regarding laboratory testing, diagnosis, treatment and reporting of STDs and responding to special requests for data from the MN STD surveillance system; and implementing other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Applications will be accepted online through the Resume Builder application at https://statejobs.doer.state.mn.us/ through midnight on March 14, 2014.
AIDS United seeks to hire a Program Associate to provide substantive program and administrative
coordination for multiple grant making programs and technical assistance activities serving
community-based organizations (CBOs).
Qualified candidates must have a bachelor degree in public health, social service, or related
field as well as a minimum of three years of experience in grant making and program
Position requires highly organized, detail-oriented individual with demonstrated ability to
provide coordination to national programs. Individual must be a self-motivated, critical thinker
and possess strong writing and communications abilities. Must be able to work in a fast-paced
environment and work independently as well as a member of a team. Individual should
understand the balance and challenges between national program management and local
community implementation. He/she must be proficient in MS Word, MS Excel, PowerPoint;
and demonstrated ability to work with new systems (e.g. Foundation Connect, and Foundation
Information Management Systems (FIMS).
AIDS United seeks to hire a Senior Program Manager to manage a multi-million dollar national grant making program and provide technical assistance to AIDS United Access to Care (A2C) grantees. As part of the A2C team, the Senior Program Manager is responsible for ensuring that all programs
within the A2C portfolio are in full compliance with grant guidelines at all times.
Candidates must have a bachelors degree in public health, social service, or related field
required (Masters degree preferred), as well as a minimum of five years of program
coordination and/or philanthropic experienced.
Qualified individuals must have demonstrated program management and public health
experience to manage a major philanthropic initiative supporting access to care for people
living with HIV/AIDS. The ideal candidate would have demonstrated experience with grants
management and facilitating technical and capacity building assistance for community-based
public health organizations. Individual must be a self-motivated, critical thinker with a keen
attention to detail. Experience with HIV/AIDS issues is strongly preferred, particularly related to
the design, implementation and evaluation of HIV care and treatment programs. Position
requires strong writing and communications abilities. Must be able to work in a fast-paced
environment and work independently as well as a member of a team. Qualified individuals
should understand the balance and challenges between national program management and
local community implementation. Proficiency in MS Word, MS Excel, and PowerPoint is critical.
Experience with FIMS or other grants management software is preferred.
The mission of the DCHS is to work within the governmental public health system and with other public health and health care partners to implement public health programs, take public health actions, development public health policy, and conduct assessment activities to improve the health of the people of Washington.
Reporting to the Infectious Disease Prevention Section Manager, this position works with local governmental and non-governmental stakeholder to make high-quality HIV, STD, and HCV prevention services available and accessible to residents of Washington State, including testing and screening, partner services and linkage to and retention in medical care and treatment.
Coordinates the successful delivery of STD/HIV partner services.
Strengthens systems that identify undiagnosed HIV, STD, and HCV infection.
Provides support to systems that link to and retain person diagnosed with STD, HIV, and HCV in appropriate medical care and treatment services.
Plays a key role in efforts to expand access to infectious disease prevention services within existing health care delivery systems.
Coordinates local STD, HIV, and HCV program and surveillance reporting activities with local health jurisdiction staff to assure consistency and quality.
The Senior Associate provides overall support for NASTAD’s communicationsactivities. The Senior Associate works closely with the Senior Manager,Communications and key program (domestic and global) and policy staff in a matrix-managed environment to achieve overall timely, accurate and relevant communications that advance NASTAD’s mission and activities.
The Senior Associate works closely with the Senior Manager, Communications to support the redesign of NASTAD’s website and implementation of a new constituent relationship management (CRM) system. The Senior Associate also supports ongoing communications activities, with special attention to online communications including, but not limited to, updating the website and blog, developing and sending out email newsletters and managing social media channels such as Facebook and Twitter. The Senior Associate will also have the opportunity to explore new digital
technologies such as Pinterest, Storify, infographics, and others, to assess how to best integrate them into NASTAD’s communications efforts. The Senior Associate also supports communications activities such as editing and formatting publications and works with key program and policy staff to provide guidance on communications strategies and messages.
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GMHC is the world’s first and leading provider of HIV/AIDS prevention services, care and advocacy. GMHC began in 1981, when writer Larry Kramer gathered six gay men and their friends in his living room to address the new disease and raise money for research. Today, building on its decades of dedication and expertise, GMHC continues the fight to end the AIDS epidemic nationwide and uplift the lives of those affected, particularly in the New York City metro area.
The new CEO is responsible for the overall vision, leadership and management of GMHC. Working with a committed and engaged Board of Directors, he/she will develop and execute the strategic direction of this dynamic and diverse organization, allowing GMHC to maintain its current level of excellence.
The CEO will oversee all executive functions of GMHC, including leading and implementing strategic planning; driving private and public fundraising; fostering board relations; managing staff; shaping relevant public policy and public health dialogue; implementing programs; supervising facilities and operations; providing fiduciary oversight; forwarding GMHC’s research agenda; and serving as the principal spokesperson for the organization.
This is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to leverage and advance GMHC’s comprehensive approach to the reduction of HIV/AIDS in New York City and beyond.
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Callen-Lorde Community Health Center provides quality, sensitive health care and related services primarily to New York's lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities regardless of ability to pay. To further this mission, Callen-Lorde promotes health education and wellness and advocates
This is an exciting opportunity to work at Callen-Lorde in a new, state of the art Article 31 Mental Health Facility, soon to open in Chelsea. Within the context of multi-disciplinary treatment team, you will serve as the Primary Care Provider for patients also receiving Article 31 mental health treatment and care coordination services at the facility. We are seeking an experienced, dedicated clinician (MD, DO, NP, PA) to join our team in providing primary care services to a panel of diverse patients, many who are HIV+.
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