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SIECUS
Washington
District Of Columbia
Full-Time
Not Applicable
Monday, March 7, 2016

SIECUS envisions a collaborative leadership model and seeks an energetic and passionate leader or co-leader committed to our mission and our vision of creating a sexually healthy nation. Only through innovative and collaborative leadership and strategies will SIECUS achieve this vision as we look to the next 50 years. Above all, SIECUS seeks an individual with the vision to lead these efforts. Proven and emerging leaders are encouraged to apply. Successful candidates will have experience with at least two or more of the areas of responsibilities listed below and the demonstrated drive to master the remaining areas.

  • Ability to be a catalyst for change and develop and execute organizational vision;  
  • Exceptional public presence and communication skills, media savvy, and familiarity with digital media platforms;
  • Content expertise relevant to intersections across fields of sexual health and reproductive justice, racial justice, and other social justice movements;
  • Proven capacity for innovative funding and resource generation; and
  • Organizational management, transformation, growth, and change.
National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC)
Washington
District Of Columbia
Full-Time
One to Two Years
Friday, March 4, 2016

The Program Associate is responsible for coordination of the Treatment Division's capacity building work and programs. Assist in development of programs and support the effective delivery of the Division's initiatives. The Associate must be knowledgeable on the HIV Care Continuum, High Impact Prevention and HIV treatments.

Duties and Responsibilities Include: 
•    Understand the science, treatment, and prevention of HIV.*
•    Attend and facilitate trainings and specified CBA services, as needed, for capacity building interventions within the Treatment Division, at USCA, and other meetings.*
•    Coordinate, implement, tailor, adapt, and evaluate program activities to meet program goals and objectives.*
•    Coordinate program grants, prepare statistics, reports and monitor budgets as well as assist with grant writing as necessary.*
•    Coordinate necessary documents and materials for all meetings and applicable contracts to the Treatment Division.
•    Coordinate all travel for regional trainings, including logistics for meetings.
•    Coordinate the development of materials and publications.
•    Coordinate cross functions with other NMAC Divisions.
•    Maintain collaborative working relationships with other HIV service providers and provide excellent customer service to NMAC constituents. 
•    Represent NMAC at various conferences, meetings, and other event as assigned. Travel to NMAC sponsored conferences when required.
•    Other duties as assigned.

National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC)
Washington
District Of Columbia
Full-Time
Five to Seven Years
Friday, March 4, 2016

The Policy Manager will be responsible for NMAC’s policy and advocacy portfolio. The Policy Manager will work with the Treatment Director to develop and implement NMAC’s policy positions on federal appropriations and authorization legislation related to HIV/AIDS and health disparities. The Manager will monitor, research and outline NMAC’s policy and advocacy positions. The Manager is expected to participate in the Federal AIDS Policy Partnership meetings including committee work and will work directly with the Treatment Director.
Duties and Responsibilities Include: 
•    The Policy Manager will work with the Treatment Director to develop NMAC’s policy positions on federal appropriations and authorization legislation related to HIV/AIDS, and health disparities. 
•    Understand and apply current policy issues regarding HIV and health disparities. 
•    Monitor, research and outline NMAC’s policy and advocacy positions.
•    Collaborate with the leadership pipeline division to address policy and advocacy around health disparities.
•    As required represent NMAC in other forums related to HIV policy and health disparities.
•    Travel as required. 
•    Other duties as assigned. 

Department of State Health Services
Tyler
Texas
Full-Time
Not Applicable
Friday, February 12, 2016

Under the direct supervision of the STD/HIV Program Manager and the Communicable Disease Program Manager, the First Line Supervisor/STD Team Lead position supports comprehensive STD and HIV prevention, intervention and surveillance activities in accordance with state and federal mandates. Performs all pertinent STD grant-related activities. The FLS provides technical supervision for four collateral Public Health & Prevention Specialists/Disease Intervention Specialists (DIS). Performs technical and professional work in sexually transmitted disease (STD) and HIV control and prevention activities, such as active surveillance, complex interviewing and contact tracing, partner notification and case management and recalcitrant/recurring infections. Completes and manages all associated STD program paperwork; provides technical day-to-day oversight of STD data entry clerks. The FLS/STD Team Lead position will establish and maintain a consultative relationship with all Public Health Clinics in HSR 4/5 North, STD/HIV contractors, laboratories, correctional facilities and prisons or other STD treatment related organizations located throughout HSR 4/5 North. The FLS/STD Team Lead will promote DSHS policy on safety. Actively participates and/or serves in a supporting role during disaster response and recovery to assure continuity of operations within the Health Service Region. Responsible for quality assurance monitoring of DIS activities to assure confidentiality is maintained.

Department of State Health Services
Arlington
Texas
Full-Time
Two to Five Years
Thursday, February 11, 2016

Publ Hlth and Prevent Spcl IV Under the direct supervision of the HIV/STD Program Manager, coordinates and ensures that comprehensive STD and HIV prevention, intervention and surveillance activities are conducted in accordance with DSHS program operating procedures and standards. Serves as the team leader for Public Health & Prevention Specialists/Disease Intervention Specialists (DIS) and provides mentoring/coaching to achieve HIV/STD program goals. Conducts disease intervention activities in accordance with DSHS performance standards. Provides complex consultative and technical support to local health departments, DSHS contractors, hospitals, laboratories, physicians, community organizations, state, local, and federal governmental agencies and the public. Works under limited supervision with considerable latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Maintains confidentiality in all aspects of duties. Other duties as assigned include but are not limited to actively participating and/or serving in a supporting role to meet the agency's obligations for disaster response and/or recovery or Continuity of Operations (COOP) activation.

National Alliance of State & Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD)
Washington
District Of Columbia
Full-Time
Not Applicable
Thursday, February 18, 2016

NASTAD is currently hiring for three key roles in the organization: 

Intern, Policy and Legislative Affairs

Staff Accountant III, Finance and Accounting

Manager, Communications

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