The National Coalition of STD Directors (NCSD) is expanding its staff and is seeking a full-time Administrative Assistant to join its dynamic team. In conjunction with the Director of Operations, this position will assist with managing and successfully implementing the day-to-day activities of NCSD.
Please see the job description below for more information.
To apply, please submit the following:
A cover letter that expresses your interest in working for NCSD
A current resume
A writing sample (1-2 pages)
Applicants should email materials to:
NCSD Director of Operations
NASTAD is seeking to fill the position of Manager, Health Care Access (HCA). The
Manager plays a vital role in the development and implementation of program and
policy activities related to the care and treatment of persons living with HIV/AIDS
(PLWH) and viral hepatitis, including addressing health reform’s impact on health
departments. The Manager provides quantitative analytics and qualitative analyses
regarding the impact of health system changes on health department programs and
PLWH, monitors and participates in coalition activities, and develops fact sheets and
issue briefs. The Manager coordinates activities related to NASTAD’s national
technical assistance (TA) cooperative agreement with the Health Resources and
Services Administration, HIV/AIDS Bureau (HRSA/HAB). The Manager is also
responsible for representing the Health Care Access Team in NASTAD cross
program collaborations. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter, able to develop
and execute new projects in a timely manner, and work with minimal direction.
FAHASS (Fredericksburg Area HIV/AIDS Support Services, Inc.) seeks a visionary Executive Director to lead the organization by planning, organizing, directing, and evaluating the activities and programs of the agency. FAHASS provides a holistic approach of education, prevention, treatment referral, and case management services to those living with HIV/AIDS. The Executive Director reports directly to the Board of Directors through its Chair. The Executive Director will ensure that FAHASS is fiscally and administratively sound and that its programs are of the highest quality required to meet the changing needs of the community served. In addition, the Executive Director will be expected to develop a strategy to maintain and increase individual, foundation, corporate, and government support for the agency, through a creative and active fund development and strategic communications plan. Interested candidates should send a letter of interest with resume and salary history to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) is the nation's leading cancer advocacy organization. Together with our charitable partner, the American Cancer Society, we work in Congress, state legislatures and local jurisdictions to support evidence-based policy and legislative solutions designed to eliminate cancer as a major health problem. Based in Washington, DC with offices throughout the country, ACS CAN works to encourage elected officials and candidates to make cancer a top national priority.
Senior manager/lobbyist for the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN), representing the Society’s and ACS CAN’s mission and advocacy agenda with respect to the following priority issues and federal campaigns: 80% by 2018 Colorectal Screening Initiative; Breast Health Equity, including the National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program; women’s cancer prevention and early detection issues, other health equity issues including Medicaid and related issues before Congress, the White House, federal agencies, and external coalition partners.
The NGA Center for Best Practices seeks an experienced professional to join the Health Division as a Senior Policy Analyst. This is a full time position in Washington, D.C. The six key focus areas of the Health Division's work include: (1) health system transformation including payment and delivery reform (2) health care workforce (3) behavioral health and the social determinants of health (4) data and analytics (5) public health, and (6) Medicaid reform and private insurance reforms. The Senior Policy Analyst will provide support to governors and their senior staff across some or all of these six focus areas. The position includes a fair amount of travel to states and the U.S. territories.
As a Division Director in the Bureau of Infectious Disease (BID), the Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Director is responsible for management of all administrative and programmatic aspects of the Division of Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevention (DSTDP) and will be instrumental in leading the Division in evolving STD services in the context of a rapidly changing public health environment. The Director establishes and assures implementation of programmatic direction and general operational policy of the Division; and monitors and advances all aspects of public health response to STD including policy and program development, field operations, HIV and STD disease surveillance, and health promotion and disease prevention efforts. This position oversees the STD/HIV Prevention Training Center of New England and special research studies and demonstration projects. The Director is responsible for the management of state and federal funds supporting STD prevention, and disease surveillance activities. The Director participates in the development of Bureau of Infectious Disease policies and strategic direction and, in particular, interdependent efforts through the BID Office of HIV/AIDS (OHA) and Division of Global Populations and Infectious Disease Prevention (addressing immigrant/refugee health as well as public health response to tuberculosis (TB)). The Director leads intra- and interdepartmental efforts to address sexually transmitted disease, including engagements with family planning and academic systems. The Director has overall responsibility for public and provider education programs, and the presentation of information to constituent groups and stakeholders. Directs development and implementation of strategies to reduce the burden of sexually transmitted diseases in Massachusetts based on surveillance and other health indicator data. Leads long term program planning, assessment, assurance, prevention and policy development for STD initiatives. Leads collaboration with other BID divisions and other units of the Department (e.g. family planning) to promote maximum programmatic integration and optimization of public resources in all planning, assessment, assurance and policy development activities. Oversees monitoring and quality improvement of DSTDP activities and services including STD and HIV surveillance, STD clinical services and training, disease intervention, and targeted health promotion and disease prevention efforts.
Monitors the impact of health reform and access to third party reimbursement on STD prevention and care in Massachusetts to identify barriers to access and utilization of STD prevention, care and treatment services and to inform strategies to address barriers.
Coordinates effective use of STD and HIV surveillance information generated through the Massachusetts Virtual Epidemiologic Network (MAVEN) for the core functions of case management.
Directs and leads development of targeted, population-based approaches to STD prevention and care with particular focus disproportionately affected populations, as determined by disease surveillance and other health indicator data.
Consults and collaborates with other BID Offices/Divisions (e.g. the Office of HIV/AIDS behavioral health program and/or Office of Health Equity] and other relevant units of the Department (e.g. family planning) to ensure evidence-based response and promote well-coordinated and/or integrated services.
Supervises and manages STD case investigation and notification of patients (including HIV). This service elicits sexual and drug-injecting partners; notifies sexual and drug-injecting partners of STD exposure; facilitates access to infectious disease testing (STD, HIV, and Hepatitis C); supports linkage to medical care and support services for individuals newly diagnosed with HIV or other sexually transmitted infection; and support reengagement in care and treatment for persons identified as out of care or sub-optimally engaged in care and treatment.
Establishes and maintains professional partnerships with state and national organizations including, the Centers for Disease Control and the National Coalition of STD Directors.
Performs ongoing assessment of grant applications and responds to funder technical review.
Develops staff of the Division to maximize capacity.
Directs a diverse range of support, operational, and programmatic activities for a department, agency, or facility. Recommends and implement policies and procedures. Directs subordinate managers and staff.
-Field all community inquires. -Answer all media related questions for Ryan White Care/ ADAP
- Assist Part A HICP, and ADAP Managers.
- Supervise Administrative Staff (Fields Media questions once approved by office of Communications)
- Supervises HIV office in the absence of the HIV director
- Attends Part A, D, C Ryan White Care meetings
- Attends HIV community Planning Group meetings
- Attends NASTAD national meetings in the absence of the HIV director.
- Other duties as assigned
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