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District Of Columbia
Not Applicable
Sunday, August 24, 2014

The Manager, Communications/Health Equity, plays a vital role in expanding the organization’s capacity to establish, assist and implement communications activities under NASTAD’s Center for Engaging Black MSM Across the Care Continuum (CEBACC). The overarching goal of the national technical assistance resource center is to identify, compile, and disseminate best practices and effective models for HIV clinical care and treatment across the HIV care continuum to increase the capacity, quality, and effectiveness of healthcare providers (both HIV care and other healthcare providers) to screen, diagnose, link, and retain Black men who have sex with men (BMSM) in HIV clinical care. The Manager will work in concert with the Senior Manager, Communications and the CEBACC team to implement all communications activities in the project work plan, including working with a cadre of federal/national partners and a team of behavioral and clinical researchers, clinicians and other service providers, health departments, community-based organizations, and community stakeholders.

The Manager will support CEBACC communications activities with special attention to developing strategies that push the boundaries of innovative approaches to online communications, including supporting the development of an appealing centralized web-based clearinghouse of best practices for BMSM across the HIV Care Continuum and an email and social media awareness campaign. The Manager will also have the opportunity to explore new digital technologies to disseminate best practices to core audiences (e.g., BMSM, providers, federal partners, health departments, community-based organizations, etc.). These include Pinterest, Storify, Vine, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, infographics, videos, and miscellaneous mobile applications.

The Manager will be responsible for representing NASTAD at various consultations, meetings and conferences as well as representing the Health Equity team in NASTAD cross program collaborations. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter with relevant communications and social marketing skills.

See full posting and application instructions here.

Families USA
District Of Columbia
Not Applicable
Saturday, August 23, 2014

Families USA's top priority is to achieve high-quality, comprehensive, and affordable health care and coverage for all Americans. In 2014, Families USA's work will focus on 1) Getting Americans enrolled in health coverage options made available by the Affordable Care Act; 2) Expanding and protecting the Medicaid program; 3) Working to ensure that the new health insurance marketplaces have affordable and high-quality coverage options available to consumers; and 4) Promoting consumer-friendly changes in the way that care is delivered and paid for.

A team of staff members is dedicated to achieving each of the four areas of focus outlined above. The intern hired for this position will be a part of the Enrollment team dedicated to the second area of focus. This interdepartmental team includes representatives from the Communications, Field, Government Affairs, Health Equity, Publications and Online departments, in addition to Policy staff. Policy members of the Health System Improvement team are responsible for generating the content distributed by Families USA, including fact sheets, issue briefs, media reports, and web-based content.

The Enrollment intern will work closely with the Enrollment Policy Analyst and the Enrollment Program Director and assist in fostering the growth of Families USA’s Enrollment Assister Network, developing materials for enrollment assisters, and monitoring ACA enrollment progress. This will involve talking with enrollment assisters, helping the Enrollment Team prepare for our annual conference in January, helping to prepare webinars for the network, research and writing fact sheets and other materials.

Interns at Families USA are considered part of the staff and attend weekly staff meetings and internal team meetings to discuss Families USA's advocacy strategy and new initiatives to ensure health care access to all U.S. residents. In addition, Families USA encourages interns to take part in the active political community of Washington, D.C., by attending hearings on Capitol Hill, press conferences at the National Press Club, and policy forums at other organizations and think tanks, such as the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Center for American Progress. Interns are also expected to participate in "brown bag" discussions of advocacy work and political issues.


  • Strong research, writing, and computer skills are essential.
  • Knowledge of the Affordable Care Act and health policy in general is a plus.
  • We are looking for interns who can demonstrate a commitment to the issues of low-income people.
  • Interns are paid ($9.50 per hour) and normally work 40 hours per week. Start and end dates are flexible.

To apply for Families USA's Enrollment internship, please send a cover letter, current resume (listing applicable work and educational experiences), a three- to five-page writing sample, and the names and contact information for three references (two of the references must be non-academic) to Please include “Enrollment Intern” in the subject line. There is no deadline to apply. Applications are reviewed and interns are hired on a rolling basis.

For more info, click here.

Families USA
District Of Columbia
Not Applicable
Saturday, August 23, 2014

Families USA is a national, nonprofit advocacy organization dedicated to the achievement of high-quality, affordable health care for all Americans. Families USA is seeking a highly skilled Enrollment Program Director to coordinate the organization’s efforts to increase enrollment in Affordable Care Act insurance coverage. The Enrollment Program Director will report to the Director of Organizational Strategy and serve as an integral member of the senior staff. The ideal candidate will have a keen understanding of the issues related to increasing enrollment ACA-related coverage and Medicaid and take an entrepreneurial approach to building programs.

We are looking for a strategic leader who has staff management experience and significant experience developing and implementing programs.


  • Work with the Director of Organizational Strategy and team members to develop vision, strategy and work plan to accomplish Families USA’s enrollment goals.
  • Lead an inter-departmental team to implement program plans.
  • Manage staff and interns.
  • Write reports, briefs, blogs, and other content.
  • Grow Families USA’s Enrollment Assister Network.
  • Represent Families USA at meetings and in the media as an expert on enrollment issues.

An ideal applicant would possess these qualifications

  • A minimum of seven years of experience working on issues related to enrollment in health coverage or related advocacy efforts.
  • Significant experience developing and implementing programs.
  • Ability to translate complex policies into an understandable and actionable agenda for consumers and state-based organizations.
  • Experience supervising staff.
  • Strong management, analytical, and organizational skills and political judgment.
  • Exceptional communication skills—both written and verbal.
  • Excellent relationship building skills with ability to influence others to move toward a common vision or goal.
  • Be energetic, creative, and entrepreneurial.
  • Commitment to social justice.

To apply, send a cover letter and resume by email to and label the email as “Enrollment Program Director.” The salary will be commensurate with experience. Families USA offers a generous benefits package, including excellent health insurance, life and long-term disability insurance benefits, and generous vacation, sick leave, and holiday schedules. Families USA is an equal opportunity employer.

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District Of Columbia
Not Applicable
Saturday, August 16, 2014

The Manager/Senior Manager, as part of NASTAD’s Health Equity and Prevention
teams, plays a leadership role in expanding the organization’s capacity and priority
of addressing the disproportionate impact of HIV among gay men and other men
who have sex with men (MSM) of all races and ethnicities. The Manager/Senior
Manager implements NASTAD’s programs that support health departments in their
provision of effective programs within the current HIV prevention and care
landscape that includes the National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS), High Impact
Prevention (HIP), the HIV Care Continuum, the National Viral Hepatitis Action Plan
and the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Specifically, the Manager/Senior Manager
works with various health department programs and activities that include HIV
testing, biomedical interventions, prevention with positives, linkages to care and
other core prevention and care programs. The Manager/Senior Manager facilitates,
leads, recommends and carries out action steps for NASTAD’s gay men portfolio in
order to strengthen state and local health department capacity to implement
culturally competent, relevant and effective programming. The Manager/Senior
Manager convenes monthly calls/webinars with NASTAD’s Gay Men’s Health Equity
Work Group, conducts focus groups and other assessments, and develops and
advances emerging policy issues impacting gay men and other MSM. The
Manager/Senior Manager is also responsible for representing the Health Equity and
Prevention Team in NASTAD cross program collaborations. The Manager/Senior
Manager will work with NASTAD to actualize nationally defined health equity goals
which underscore that individuals have the opportunity to attain their full health
potential and no one is disadvantaged from achieving this potential because of their
social position or other socially determined circumstance.

The Manager/Senior Manager, Health Equity and Prevention will be motivated to
work as part of a team as well as be able to develop new projects and work with
minimal direction. Demonstrated ability to execute projects in a timely manner is
also required.

See more details and how to apply here.

DC Department of Health
District Of Columbia
Not Applicable
Tuesday, August 26, 2014

This position is located in the Department of Health (DOH), HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD and TB Administration (HAHSTA), Division of STD/TB Control. The purpose of this position is to provide programmatic, clinical and operational leadership and direction to staff engaged in STD/TB disease prevention and control activities directly or with and through community providers and partners.  Incumbent serves as Chief Medical Officer who, in concert with Senior Deputy Director, conducts program planning, implementation and evaluation. Develops program goals, objectives, policies, guidance, and instructions to staff concerning short and long-range program objectives and priorities. Serves as the subject matter expert (SME) for the District of Columbia in the areas of prevention, diagnosis treatment and follow-up of STD and Tuberculosis. This may involve providing technical assistance top community providers, participating in Grand Rounds at local hospitals and/or consulting with other program areas.  Coordinates and establishes the development and monitoring of Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) with community-based organizations.  Establishes and maintains collaborative relationships with community-based organizations serving the Division's priority populations.  Provides direct supervision and quality assurance to STD/TB Division staff. Assigns, directs, and reviews work of subordinates. Plans, assigns, and supervises the work of assigned staff; designates priorities, assuring that work activities are properly coordinated and time-phased. Reassigns work or personnel to accomplish work more effectively or to maximize services to Division internal and external customers.  Evaluates employees' work performance and devises plans for development and improvement. Identifies and manages training and development of STD/TB staff.  Represents the Senior Deputy Director, as assigned, at meetings with senior managers of  HAHSTA or DOH, with the office of the Senior Deputy, vendors, providers, and officials of other District, federal, or other government agencies.  Coordinates the development of applications for grant funds; develops interim and annual progress reports, including performance measures, for submission to federal agencies (i.e., Centers for Disease Control) and DOH.  Possesses clinical knowledge with relevant experience in sexual health and wellness, respiratory health and wellness, including STD and Tuberculosis, and provides ongoing monitoring of the quality of clinical care being provided to clients.

See full description and application instructions here.

HRSA Bureau of Health Workforce
Not Applicable
Friday, August 22, 2014

The Health Resources and Services Administration’s (HRSA) Bureau of Health Workforce is currently
seeking a Deputy Associate Administrator to help the Bureau more effectively and efficiently increase the Nation’s access to quality health care, especially for underserved people. As you may know, the recently created BHW (a merger of the former Bureau of Clinician Recruitment & Service and Bureau of Health Professions) is dedicated to helping HRSA better achieve its mission of improving health and achieving health equity through access to quality services, a skilled health workforce and innovative programs.

Bureau of Health Workforce, Deputy Associate Administrator
General Position Application Information
The Bureau of Health Workforce (BHW) is currently seeking a Deputy Associate Administrator. This Senior Executive Service (SES) position is located in Rockville, Maryland. Interested applicants can apply under one of two vacancy announcements being used for this position; the
announcements vary only by educational background of the applicant. Applicants should carefully review the vacancy announcements located at and (for applicants with a Doctor of Medicine or
Doctor of Osteopathy degree).

The application is due Friday, August 22, 2014. For specific questions you may contact Ms. Dora Ober at (301) 443‐0759 or Following is a summary of general information about applying for the position.

About the Senior Executive Service:
SES positions are positions above the government GS pay scale. The SES is comprised of individuals leading the continuing transformation of government; SES members often serve in the key positions just below the top Presidential appointees.

Position Salary and Benefits:
 The salary range for this position is $120,749.00 to $181,500.00 (recruitment, relocation, and student loan repayment incentives may also be offered).
 In addition to the base salary noted above, Medical Officers may receive a Physicians Comparability Allowance, which may range between $10,000 and $30,000 a year depending on experience and length of commitment to the SES position.
 This position will accrue 26 vacation days per year, 13 sick days per year and 10 holidays per year.
 Other benefits include: Health Benefits, Retirement – Thrift Saving Plan, FEGLI – Life Insurance, and Flexible Spending Programs.

See more information and how to apply here.

National AIDS Housing Coalition
District Of Columbia
Not Applicable
Friday, July 25, 2014

The National AIDS Housing Coalition (NAHC) is a national non-profit housing policy and advocacy membership organization established in 1994 to advance the creation, development, management and growth of housing for persons living with HIV/AIDS. NAHC‘s mission is to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic by ensuring that people living with HIV/AIDS have quality, affordable and appropriate housing. Since 2005, NAHC has convened the Housing and HIV/AIDS Research Summit series, the premier venue for the presentation and discussion of research documenting the connection of stable housing to better HIV health outcomes and translation of research into tools to support policy imperatives.

The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs, and strategic plan of the organization. Other key duties include fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors.

See more information and how to apply here.

AIDS United
District Of Columbia
Not Applicable
Thursday, July 17, 2014

AIDS United seeks to hire a Communication Coordinator to work under the direct supervision of the President & CEO to ensure consistent presence, messaging and branding of AIDS United’s work across multiple communication channels including social media, website, press releases and print. The Coordinator works with Policy and Program staff, as well as AIDS United grantees and members, to cultivate messages and stories that help to propel AIDS United and its work forward.

Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree or commensurate experience related to HIV, communications, marketing, public relations or related field.

Primary responsibilities will include: participating in AIDS United Program and Policy meetings to identify content for marketing; ensure consistent and daily social marketing of AIDS United through Facebook, Twitter, and other social media outlets; coordinating and editing weekly E-News update put out by Policy Team; cultivating stories/blogs/content for AIDS United hosted blogs, at least three blogs per month; developing and writing “Grantee Spotlights” once per month; working with contracted Marketing & Communications vendor to coordinate input for Annual Report, Web site, fact sheets, briefs, and other assets; development of press-releases related to AIDS United programs and successes (on average one per month); drafting and laying out basic printed materials as well as PowerPoint presentations; and supporting the marketing of webinars, trainings and other events.

Qualified individuals must have demonstrated experience with production management of web and/or written materials; excellent verbal and written communication skills; experience in maintaining social media presence for organization/company; high level of proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and basic proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite; experience working with HTML, and web Content Management Systems (CMS); detail oriented; and ability to multi-task. Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment and work independently as well as a member of a team. He/she must be proficient in MS Word, MS Excel, PowerPoint; and demonstrated ability to work with new systems (e.g. Salesforce, Foundation Connect).

See link below for application instructions.

North Carolina AIDS Action Network
North Carolina
Not Applicable
Thursday, June 26, 2014

The North Carolina AIDS Action Network is a small, dynamic statewide advocacy organization fighting for the rights of people living with HIV/AIDS, their loved ones, and people at risk of acquiring HIV/AIDS in North Carolina. NCAAN is seeking a full-time Executive Director to lead the staff and our diverse constituency toward achievement of our goals.

The Executive Director must be able to envision and enact creative, cost-effective strategies to translate an often challenging political and cultural environment into opportunities for people living with HIV as well as others deeply invested in the issue. She or he will raise public awareness, challenge HIV-related stigma, and advocate for sound public policies that build a stronger community. This position requires a visionary leader, a highly organized manager, and a great collaborator who thrives on building effective teams with diverse groups. Those looking to put their management and fundraising skills to use building on this organization’s forward momentum and transforming our state into a place where everyone living with HIV feels secure and empowered are highly encouraged to apply.

The Executive Director’s specific duties will include:
> Providing strategic leadership to translate the organization’s vision into achievable goals that engage and grow our statewide HIV advocacy community of over 10,000 Action Team members
> Leading NCAAN’s policy advocacy initiatives by monitoring policy developments, developing campaign strategies, and facilitating face-to-face conversations between decision makers and those most affected by HIV
> Managing our Communication Program Coordinator and Community Organizer to support their success in their given roles
> Expanding the organization’s financial resources through prospect development, grant writing, and individual and corporate donor solicitation
> Speaking on behalf of the organization to communicate our core messages and advance our goals through media interviews, meetings with policy makers, conference panels, and other public speaking venues
> Cultivating strong working relationships with AIDS service organizations and other coalition partners across North Carolina
> Developing the annual budget, monitoring expenditure and financial outlook
> Supporting the Board in its governance role by providing timely updates on relevant matters and working closely with Board leadership

To be considered for this position, a candidate must have the following:
> Supervisory experience and ability to lead a diverse staff and constituency
> Strong interpersonal skills with an ability to maintain and grow key relationships
> Strong written and oral communication skills
> Senior-level nonprofit experience with a record of proven success in policy advocacy, capacity building, community organizing, fundraising, and Board relations
> Proven ability to work effectively with communities disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS in North Carolina, including communities of color, low-income populations, youth, women, transgender people, men who have sex with men, injection drug users, sex workers, and rural populations, especially in eastern North Carolina.
> Demonstrated commitment to fight for the rights of people living with HIV/AIDS within a broader social justice framework
> Availability to work some weekends and evenings
> Valid driver’s license and ability to travel throughout the state

Although not required, preferred candidates will have:

> A degree in management, public administration, public policy, public health, law, or related fields.
> Fluency in Spanish.

NCAAN offers a casual non-profit work environment with a committed team based in the Triangle, a competitive salary, some benefits, and supports a flexible work schedule to help staff balance work and personal life.

To apply please send your cover letter, resume, and list of professional references (including at least one past supervisor) as a single PDF file that has your name in its title to:

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