The Manager of Partnerships will be primarily responsible for facilitating the relationship between NCSD’s member health departments and their laboratory partners to increase efficiencies that benefit the detection and ultimate prevention of STDs. These efficiencies include: advancing extragenital (ExGen) screening for STDs; supporting more timely and electronic reporting of laboratory results to STD programs/clinics; and providing technical assistance on revenue diversification for STD-related laboratory services. While reporting directly to the Executive Director, the Manager of Partnerships will work closely with both NCSD’s Policy and Communications team and Technical Assistance and Health Equity Promotion team to support overall agency priorities.
This is an exciting opportunity to work with a leading national organization that is critically involved in sexual health promotion and in preventing sexually transmitted diseases (STDs, including HIV), particularly in regard to work within the public health sector. This is a new position at NCSD within our Technical Assistance and Health Equity Promotion (TAHEP) team and its growing portfolio of work.
The Health Equity & Capacity Building Manager plays a leadership role in expanding the organization’s capacity and priority of mounting a robust and coordinated response among health departments to address the sexual health crisis, including STDs and HIV, among Black and Latino gay men in the United States. This individual works closely with partner organizations, including the National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD), key health department leadership, community stakeholders, federal partners and policymakers to dramatically scale-up innovative, effective and tailored high impact prevention approaches, including counseling and testing, partner services, community mobilization, Internet and new media technologies. The Health Equity & Capacity Building Manager will work with staff of NCSD and partner organizations to develop and inspire strategies, as well as recommend and execute action steps and hands-on technical assistance that will implement culturally competent, relevant and effective programming for Black and Latino gay men.
The Health Equity & Capacity Building Manager will be highly motivated and work as part of the TAHEP team. NCSD’s TAHEP team provides technical assistance to our membership and seeks to promote health equity through all NCSD activities.
Consistent with NASTAD’s strategic map, the Weinstein Fellow plays a central leadership role in expanding the organization’s capacity and priority of mounting an effective response among health departments to promote the health of people who inject drugs (PWID) including HIV, hepatitis C (HCV) and overdose prevention. The Weinstein Fellow works with key health department leadership, community stakeholders, researchers, federal partners and policy makers to bring to scale innovative, effective and tailored prevention and care approaches. The Weinstein Fellow works closely with the NASTAD staff to develop and inspire strategies, as well as recommend and execute action steps and hands-on technical assistance. The overarching goal of the Weinstein Fellow is to garner support and motivate relevant actions to strengthen state and local health department capacity (financial and human) to implement culturally competent, relevant and effective programming reaching PWID.
The ideal candidate will be highly motivated and work with minimal direction. The candidate will work as part of a team, maintain and develop new projects and work with minimal direction. Demonstrated ability to executive projects in a timely manner is required.
Principal responsibilities of this position include the following:
Howard Brown Health Center (HBHC) is an innovative health and human service organization focusing on the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community. The Center provides a unique network of programs and services to the community, addressing the medical, social and research needs of its clients.
The Partner Services Specialist (PSS) will assist ongoing efforts by HBHC, the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH), and the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) to prevent transmission of HIV and sexually transmitted infections, particularly among gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM) in Chicago.
Primary responsibilities include:
Program Oversight & Implementation
Budget Monitoring & Program Funding
AIDS United seeks to hire a Director of Finance who will serve as a member of the Senior Management Team and be responsible for directing the fiscal functions of the organization in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and keeping with the goals and objectives of AIDS United. The position provides leadership with planning, developing, organizing, and implementing the fiscal functions related to the business plan. This position is responsible for presenting financial and accounting information to the President, the Senior Management Team, the Board of Trustees and its committee.
Primary responsibilities include:
AIDS Alabama is seeking a full-time employee to run the Policy Department at AIDS Alabama. This person will be responsible for knowledge of policies and advocacy initiatives that affect persons living with and at risk for HIV/AIDS with an emphasis on the LGBTQ community, African-American community, and Latino community.
Areas of Responsibility:
1. Manage the day-to-day operations of the Policy Department including supervising a team of 15-20, comprised of staff from Enroll Alabama (outreach and enrollment for the Affordable Care Act), Latino outreach and advocacy, Civic Engagement Coordinator, youth advocacy, and LGBTQ advocacy.
2. Work closely with the Chief Executive Officer to coordinate national advocacy efforts related to housing, healthcare, sexual health education, and funding issues.
3. Be an engaged member and agency representative to national groups, including the AIDS United Policy Partnership and Federal HIV/AIDS Policy Partnership, among others.
4. Must stay informed and apprised of recent legal matters, both federal and state, that pertain to the HIV/AIDS community.
5. Work with national, state, and local organizations and allies to form and work within coalitions. Lead the Alabama HIV/AIDS Policy Partnership (AHAPP).
6. Plan and implement a grassroots strategy that empowers those living with HIV/AIDS to be trained advocates, including running Leadership Councils in Mobile and Birmingham.
7. Plan and implement an annual advocacy event at the State Capitol for over three hundred statewide advocates.
8. Create and conduct presentations to all-size audiences. Must be comfortable with public speaking.
9. Must be able to write high-level grant applications, including federal grants.
10. Develop and maintain a relationship with funders.
11. Manage a budget of over one million dollars. Account and report funds accordingly.
12. Oversee all reporting requirement for department grants.
13. All other duties as assigned.
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