AIDS United seeks to hire a Policy Associate to provide policy and advocacy assistance and administrative support to the Policy Department staff. This position will be responsible for providing assistance and support across multiple policy and advocacy activities including support of the AIDS United Public Policy Committee and its membership – a coalition of more than 40 large AIDS Service Organizations from across the country. Primary duties include event planning, communications, logistics coordination, data management and recordkeeping.
Primary Responsibilities include:
As a Nurse Consultant with the HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB), you will provide professional, technical and clinical expertise to the administration of HAB programs. Some of your major duties and responsibilities will include:
The Manager of Partner Services will provide direct supervision of Howard Brown Health Partner Service Specialist (PSS) and assist ongoing efforts by the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH), the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) and Howard Brown Health to prevent transmission of HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs), particularly among gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM) in the Chicago area.
Serve as the Chief, Program Development & Quality Improvement Branch (PDQIB).
Plan, direct, evaluate and coordinate the activities of the Branch and to determine the broad direction of STD prevention and control activities of the Division and to provide expert advice and guidance to both the Division and the Center Directors.
Make recommendations to senior leadership and division director related to state and local health department direction, guidelines, quality improvement and knowledge translation.
Provide expert consultation and response to public health officials, scientists, and administrators on effective STD control guidelines and strategies, and presents in national, international and internal forums in the field of STD prevention, control, and evaluation.
Direct a staff charged with providing the DSTDP, NCHHSTP and CDC with high quality consultation and technical and fiscal expertise to assist current STDP grantees with the operation of their programs.
Plan work to be completed by subordinates, assigns the work to subordinates based on priorities, gives advice, counsel or instruction to employees regarding work and administrative matters and consistently works to ensure innovative ways to improve production or increase work quality.
Develop new and innovative initiatives to address emerging issues such as those presented by an increasingly complex delivery of services from the public to the private sector, and the difficulty of implementing delivery of STD services to underserved populations.
Prepare or supervise the preparation of all reports, articles, or monographs describing findings from projects, programmatic efforts, or studies.
Present in national, international and internal forums in the field of STD prevention, control, and evaluation.
The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH), Prevention and Health Promotion Administration, at the Center for Sexually Transmitted Infection Prevention (CSTIP) is seeking a full-time Support Specialist.
The successful candidate will serve as the Data System Support Specialist for a surveillance data system (PRISM) used to collect information on sexually transmitted infection (STI) case reports, field investigations and partner notification activities. The Data System Support Specialist will act as the PRISM help desk and provide functional support to end users including disease intervention specialists and other health department staff on how to accurately input data while maintaining appropriate disease intervention and morbidity reporting protocols. The incumbent will coordinate with subject matter experts to assist end users with field investigations techniques and documentation requirements. Will also assist Field Services and Surveillance staff in monitoring and improving data quality processes. Other duties will include creating and managing user accounts; coordinating with the IT department to issue VPN tokens to some users; developing materials and delivering new user trainings; performing administrator level data maintenance (e.g. merging and cleaning); and assisting with monitoring and improving data quality processes. This position will coordinate with the database administrator and application vendor to maintain the integrity of the data system and ensure end users are notified of system updates.
This is a contractual full-time position through the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) with some benefits available. The salary for this position is in mid to high the 50’s, commensurate with education and experience.
This Senior Physician position provides oversight of the DOH-Duval Infectious Disease Clinics including HIV, STD, and community-based disease control projects (such as the Teen Health Centers located at some local high schools). The Senior Physician provides primary care services to patients diagnosed with HIV. All of the following duties require accuracy, safety, positive customer and team interactions, and adherence to protocol, policies, and procedures at all times.
Bachelors degree or higher
Must be licensed as a Physician in the State of Florida.
Must have at least one year of experience in Family Medicine (comprehensive adult and/or pediatric care).
Must have at least one year of experience in an area of disease control (HIV, STD, TB).
Must be willing to work before, during, and/or beyond normal work hours or days in the event of an emergency. This may include working in a special needs or Red Cross shelter, or performing other emergency duties including, but not limited to, responses to or threats involving any disaster or threat of disaster, man-made or natural. Emergency duties may also include in-state and/or out-of-state deployment.
How to Apply
To apply visit https://peoplefirst.myflorida.com – Click on the North Region of the map – Click on Duval – Search through jobs listings – Apply with the online application – Contact Staffing at 1-877-562-7287 for additional assistance.
This position in the HIV, Hepatitis, and STD Program supports the development, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of HIV prevention, care, and surveillance efforts. This will be accomplished by maintaining and analyzing HIV-related data, communicating and collaborating with community partners on a regular basis, assisting with the implementation of current prevention efforts, and by helping to identify future prevention opportunities specifically around testing. There will be a strong emphasis on using program data and evaluation for public health action. This position may also support viral hepatitis and STD programs and reports to the Program Administrator, with additional direction and technical guidance from the Program Chief.
Examples of work performed:
For more information, contact Erin LaRose at 802-863-7244 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Reference Job ID # 619025
The purpose of this position is to develop maintain and assist with the implementation of a system wide community communicable disease plan and process. This is accomplished by coordinating and collaborating with community partners regarding communicable disease emergency situations and plans; coordinating communicable disease outbreak and response efforts; training and updating staff in disease protocols and use of proper personal protective equipment (PPE); developing, reviewing and maintaining disease protocols and updating said protocols as needed; coordinating communications with the public through press releases, press conferences, presentations, etc in consultation with the medical director. Other duties may include, but are not limited to participating in emergency preparedness activities/responses; be available to respond to public health emergencies twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week; and other duties as assigned.
Under the direct supervision of the TB/HIV/STD/Viral Hepatitis Unit Manager serves as Manager of the TB/HIV/STD Epidemiology and Surveillance Branch (Branch). Performs complex managerial and epidemiological work leading the day-to-day operations of the Branch including functions related to developing, implementing, evaluating, and maintaining statewide TB, HIV and STD surveillance systems, serosurveillance, behavioral surveillance and special epidemiologic projects. Oversees analysis, interpretation and dissemination of TB, HIV/AIDS and STD data collected by the Branch. Oversees management, security, and quality control of surveillance data systems. Provides oversight for provision of data and analyses critical to community planning for prevention and care services throughout Texas. Serves as DSHS Principal Investigator for TB/HIV/STD for federal grants and cooperative agreements as appropriate. Ensures grant objectives and deadlines are met. Serves as Local Responsible Party of the Branch for security and confidentiality of TB/HIV/STD data. Provides TB, HIV/AIDS and STD epidemiological expertise internally and externally. Manages the Branch budget including input on budget development and determining resource allocation to achieve Branch objectives. Responsible for all administrative duties, public relations, and public education provided by the Branch. Acts on behalf of the Unit Manager in his/her absence to provide TB, HIV/AIDS and STD programmatic information and guidance. Represents the agency at meetings and hearings as needed. Works under limited direction with extensive latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.
As a result of remarkable growth in clinical, teaching and research efforts, the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) is currently seeking a physician-faculty member at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor to expand the Division of Infectious Diseases within the Department of Medicine.
The ideal candidate will have research experience and interest in the following areas: HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted infections, and health disparities in sexual and gender minorities. They will be expected to contribute to the development and maintenance of a vigorous extramurally-funded research program, as well as to participate actively in collaborative investigations and educational programs at UMMC. This individual will participate in provision of clinical services and will contribute to education of students and residents in the UMMC inpatient ID consult service and clinics, including HIV/STD clinics at our clinical-research collaborating locations with the local health department and a local LGBT community based clinic.
Located in Jackson, UMMC is the state's only academic health science center. It encompasses seven health science schools: medicine, nursing, dentistry, health related professions, graduate studies, pharmacy, and population health. Enrollment in all programs is approximately 3,000 students. The mission of the University of Mississippi Medical Center is to improve the health and well-being of patients and the community through excellent training for health-care professionals, engagement in innovative research, and the delivery of state-of-the-art health care. Elimination of health disparities in our state is a main focus of our institution.
With over 10,000 full- and part-time employees, UMMC is one of the largest employers in Mississippi. The Medical Center's $1.6 billion annual budget - less than one-fifth from state appropriations - represents 10 percent of the Jackson metro area economy. UMMC continues to grow in all its mission areas and offers competitive salaries for academicians in a rewarding environment for career development, all in a region with a temperate climate and low cost of living.
Candidates should send a current CV along with a supporting cover letter of interest to:
Rathel Nolan, MD, MPH
Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases
University of Mississippi Medical Center