The HIV/AIDS Specialist position within the HIV Prevention Program provides culturally competent public health services to the community. Services are provided at a variety of locations, such as client homes, the harm reduction center (HRC), health department, and other community locations according to protocols. Activities may be focused on the individual, the community, or the systems level, depending on how the issue may best be addressed. HIV/AIDS Specialists often work with people of diverse cultures, ethnicity and sexual orientations. This position reports directly to the HIV/STD Prevention and Control Services Program Manager.
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The Ex. CHN Director is responsible for directing, coordinating and supervising various health care programs i.e., School Health, Immunizations, NCF, Family Planning and Prenatal Health, Health Start, MomCare, Nursing Education and Employee Health. Works closely with the Sr. Physician, Disease Control Director, Clinical Research Team and Epidemiology Manager in providing for clinical assistance in regards to nursing issues through open communications, consultation and evaluations/audits.Av
This position serves as the Regional DIS Supervisor in the Center for STI Prevention within the Infectious Disease Prevention and Health Services Bureau. The mission of the Center for Sexually Transmitted Infection Prevention (CSTIP) is to prevent and reduce sexually transmitted infections in Maryland. Preventing sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and their complications is essential for improving both sexual and reproductive health. The main purpose of this position is to provide direct supervision of two regional Disease Intervention Specialist (DIS) working at the Charles County and Wicomico County Health Departments (covering five low morbidity counties), and to lead the work of four DISs working in the Anne Arundel County and Howard County Health Departments. This position provides technical supervision, support and training to these five State and local health department staff to ensure proper implementation of direct services and support to these local health departments.
The Program Manager of Treatment utilizes their knowledge and understanding on
the science of HIV/AIDS to enhance and assist in the creation, management, and
implementation of treatment programs for Community Based Organizations and key
stakeholders. A key component of the role is to assist the Director in implementing the
programmatic and operational direction of the Division. This includes the ability to implement
monitoring and evaluation activities, and review program evaluation data and lessons learned
to improve programs and find new strategies to improve program(s) delivery.
NMAC (formerly known as the National Minority AIDS Council) is looking for a passionate, analytic thinker to join its Treatment Division. The Policy Analyst will support the Policy and Advocacy Manager in implementing NMAC's policy positions on federal appropriations and authorization legislation related to HIV/AIDS and health disparities. The analyst will monitor, research and outline NMAC's policy and advocacy positions. The analyst will help create source material to capture breakdown policy work to action around the impact of race on HIV policy efforts. Ideally this person will both inspire and work collaboratively with those communities hardest hit by HIV, will be smart, quick on their feet and able to bring solutions. They honor the diversity of our constituents and urgently fight to end the epidemic.
Administers the functions of the public health epidemiology programs. Coordinates and supervises epidemiologic investigations and follows-up laboratory reports of communicable diseases to verify the existence or non-existence of disease outbreaks, Conducts epidemiological studies of diseases or conditions which may pose an immediate or potential threat to the public well-being. Advises the Chief Public Health Officer on the necessary steps to take to prevent and/or control existing or threatening disease epidemics. Supervises the acquisition, compilation, analysis, preservation and distribution of statistical data on communicable and other diseases occurring both within and without the Territory. Provides consultation services to agencies and individuals, public or private, in need of such assistance. Promotes cooperation and provides liaison between public and private agencies or individuals concerned with the prevention or control of communicable diseases. Reviews and formulates or revises policies, regulations and laws necessary to protect the public from the spread of communicable diseases. Maintains epidemiologic records and prepares reports. Performs related duties as required.
The Division of Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Prevention (DSTDP) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is the only federal program that supports STD prevention and control by state and local health departments. The Program Development and Quality Improvement Branch (PDQIB) is responsible for several critical areas of DSTDP’s work to provide national leadership, research, policy development, and scientific information to reduce and prevent STDs. PDQIB is seeking an exceptional candidate for a Team Lead position in the Program Development and Quality Improvement Branch (PDQIB). The position is a Medical Officer, GS-602-14.DO or MD degree required. More listings for Medical Officer positions avavilable here.
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.