The State of Hawaii Department of Health operates a joint Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) Clinic and HIV Antibody Screening Clinic at the Diamond Head Health Center in Honolulu. STD/HIV services are provided to persons aged 14 and older at no charge. The Clinic Manager assures that clients receive an array of services in accord with public health needs that are evidence based, high quality, culturally sensitive, client centered, and provided in a non-judgmental, respectful manner. The clinic manager plans, directs, and supervises the work of staff including the registrar, licensed practical nurses, registered nurses, physicians, and counselors/testers working in the STD/HIV clinics.
Specific duties are divided into 4 focal areas: clinical services, administrative services, consultation and education, other supportive duties. Clinical services include daily management activities; monitoring and evaluation of the provision of clinic services (including client satisfaction); maintenance of standards of clinical care; staff orientation and training; oversight of patient referrals to external services; and direct services to patients as required (examination, testing, treatment). Administrative services include development, implementation, and updating of clinic goals, policies, procedures, and performance standards; collection, analysis and reporting of clinic data (including ensuring quality and completeness of data entry); revision of medical records, clinic forms, policies and procedures, as needed; maintenance of clinic stat lab compliance with CLIA regulations; evaluation and updating of services provisions, as necessary, according to contemporary developments in STD and HIV. Consultation and education responsibilities include daily consultation to clients and clinic staff; consultation and education to professionals in other public and private agencies in areas of sexually transmitted diseases (including procedures, protocols, epidemiology, laboratory testing); explanation and interpretation of program policies and procedures to the public and outside agencies, as needed; provision or arrangement of in-service activities and trainings for staff, as needed; coordination of clinic volunteers, as needed. Other supportive duties include participation in research and demonstration projects, surveys, and outreach activities that contribute to program services.
Data System Manager
The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Prevention and Health Promotion Administration, Center for Sexually Transmitted Infection Prevention (CSTIP) is recruiting a full-time Data System Manager.
The successful candidate will serve as the Data System Manager for a new surveillance database (PRISM) used to collect information on sexually transmitted infection (STI) case reports, field investigations and partner notifications. This position will assist in the roll out of this new system to end users in Maryland state and local STI and HIV programs. Duties will include creating and managing user accounts; performing administrator level data maintenance, merging and cleaning; developing custom reports; and assisting with monitoring and improving data quality processes. This position will coordinate with the database administrator to maintain the backend SQL database and ensure system backups. In coordination with other CSTIP staff, the Data System Manger will train end users on how to input data and will act as a help desk.
Preferred: Knowledge of Microsoft Visual Studio; experience with complex health services data (e.g., surveillance systems, clinical data registries, and/or electronic health records); experience working with relational database systems, writing SQL queries, and using SQL Server Reporting Services to develop and run reports.
This is a contractual position through the University of Maryland, Baltimore County with some benefits available. The salary for this position is in the high-50’s to mid-60’s, commensurate with education and experience.
Interested persons should submit a cover letter and resume by August 22, 2014 to Sandra.email@example.com.
Description: Cascade AIDS Project (CAP), the oldest and largest provider of HIV prevention, education, housing, advocacy and support services in Oregon and Southwest Washington, seeks a Director of Prevention & Education Services to provide oversight and direction for all prevention and education programs serving people who are living with or affected by HIV/AIDS, and at risk of contracting HIV. Full-time and exempt, the Director of Prevention & Education Services reports to the Executive Director.
CAP provides an array of prevention and education services to individuals living with and impacted by HIV as well as those at highest risk for contracting HIV. We provide HIV Counseling and Testing services to over 3,000 individuals each year, reach 10,000 people with outreach and education services, distribute over 300,000 safer sex supplies, and provide individual and group level prevention services. We have robust programs specifically targeting some of the hardest to reach and marginalized populations: gay/bi men, people of color, trans communities, and youth. We provide services onsite at the CAP office as well as through our Pivot space (a dedicated health and wellness center for the gay/bi and trans community, as well as out in the community).
The Director of Prevention and Education Services manages a department budget of $1.8 million that includes federal, state, county, city and private grants; directly supervises three program managers and one Research and Evaluation Specialist; and oversees a team of 18 staff including 15 union-represented staff. The ideal candidate will have a Master’s degree and at least five years of experience working in a non-profit setting with management experience and a proven track record of success in nonprofit programs.
Cascade AIDS Project was named one of the 100 Best Nonprofits to Work for in Oregon by Oregon Business in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.
The following are Minimum Qualifications which all applicants must meet in order to be considered for this position. It must be evident from your application packet that you meet all minimum qualifications. Those who do not meet minimum qualifications will not be considered for the position.
Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Public Health, Education or related field or 5 years of work experience in human services
Five years professional experience in program management and supervision in non-profit or health and human services organizations
Three years of experience managing contracts with some combination of Federal, state, and local health department funding sources
Previous experience with financial management functions including budget development and oversight
Three years of professional experience in HIV/AIDS prevention and/or linkage to care
Knowledge of and experience developing and overseeing HIV/STI testing protocols and practices
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Experience writing grants including responding to Federal Request for Funding Proposals
Ability to forge professional relationships across a multicultural spectrum of organizations and professionals
Strong understanding of the barriers and challenges faced by those most impacted by HIV including: gay/bi, people of color, and trans communities
Strong initiative & self-starter with the ability to solve problems
Successful experience working with ethnic, racial, sexual and economically diverse populations
Proficient in MS office products
Available to travel and work evening/weekend hours
Master’s degree in Social Work, Public Health, Education or related human services field
Verbal and written fluency in English and Spanish
Experience conducting HIV Counseling and Testing
Experience conducting Phlebotomy
Experience with Boards, planning bodies, consortia, etc
Compensation: $68,000 - $78,000 annual salary dependent upon qualifications and experience. Benefits include employer-paid health, dental, vision, short-term and long-term disability and life insurance; 401(k) retirement plan with generous employer matching contribution, 125C cafeteria savings plan; and generous vacation and health leave benefits.
Closing Date: Position will be open until filled with resume review beginning August 29, 2014.
To apply for this position, mail, email or deliver the following documents:
1) a complete cover letter (attached as Word or pdf) that serves as an example of your writing and addresses how you meet all of the minimum qualifications specific to the position you are applying for, 2) your resume, and 3) a completed CAP Employment application (available at www.cascadeaids.org/employment) to:
Cascade AIDS Project
Director of Prevention & Education Services position
208 SW Fifth Avenue, Suite 800
Portland, Oregon 97204
Or by email to:
Cascade AIDS Project is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer
The AIDS Institute is seeking applicants for: Policy Associate
Leading national HIV/AIDS and hepatitis public policy, advocacy, research, and education organization seeking a Policy Associate to work in its Washington DC office.
Successful applicant will:
In order to be considered for the position, please email the following by August 22, 2014 to: Human Resources at HR@theaidsinstitute.org
Description: Cascade AIDS Project (CAP), the oldest and largest provider of HIV prevention, education, housing, advocacy and support services in Oregon and Southwest Washington, seeks a Director of Housing & Support Services to provide oversight and direction for all housing and support services programs serving people who are living with or affected by HIV/AIDS. Full-time and exempt, the Director of Housing & Support Services reports to the Executive Director.
CAP provides supportive housing services to 800 people living with HIV and provides support services to an additional 1,800 people annually, including employment skills, life skills workshops, peer mentorships and services that assist individuals who are newly diagnosed or who need additional assistance to maintain their medical care through our patient navigation programs. Housing and Support Services also offers youth and family programs including a one-week residential camp for kids who are infected or affected by HIV/AIDS. These programs provide the necessary support to assist people living with HIV/AIDS get linked into care and achieve healthier long-term outcomes.
The Director of Housing & Support Services manages a department budget of $3.5 million that include federal, state, county, city and private grants; directly supervises four managers; and oversees a team of 32 staff including 27 union-represented staff. The ideal candidate will have a Master’s degree and at least five years of experience working in a non-profit setting with management experience and a proven track record of success in nonprofit programs.
Cascade AIDS Project was named one of the 100 Best Nonprofits to Work for in Oregon by Oregon Business in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.
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The Manager, Communications/Health Equity, plays a vital role in expanding the organization’s capacity to establish, assist and implement communications activities under NASTAD’s Center for Engaging Black MSM Across the Care Continuum (CEBACC). The overarching goal of the national technical assistance resource center is to identify, compile, and disseminate best practices and effective models for HIV clinical care and treatment across the HIV care continuum to increase the capacity, quality, and effectiveness of healthcare providers (both HIV care and other healthcare providers) to screen, diagnose, link, and retain Black men who have sex with men (BMSM) in HIV clinical care. The Manager will work in concert with the Senior Manager, Communications and the CEBACC team to implement all communications activities in the project work plan, including working with a cadre of federal/national partners and a team of behavioral and clinical researchers, clinicians and other service providers, health departments, community-based organizations, and community stakeholders.
The Manager will support CEBACC communications activities with special attention to developing strategies that push the boundaries of innovative approaches to online communications, including supporting the development of an appealing centralized web-based clearinghouse of best practices for BMSM across the HIV Care Continuum and an email and social media awareness campaign. The Manager will also have the opportunity to explore new digital technologies to disseminate best practices to core audiences (e.g., BMSM, providers, federal partners, health departments, community-based organizations, etc.). These include Pinterest, Storify, Vine, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, infographics, videos, and miscellaneous mobile applications.
The Manager will be responsible for representing NASTAD at various consultations, meetings and conferences as well as representing the Health Equity team in NASTAD cross program collaborations. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter with relevant communications and social marketing skills.
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Families USA's top priority is to achieve high-quality, comprehensive, and affordable health care and coverage for all Americans. In 2014, Families USA's work will focus on 1) Getting Americans enrolled in health coverage options made available by the Affordable Care Act; 2) Expanding and protecting the Medicaid program; 3) Working to ensure that the new health insurance marketplaces have affordable and high-quality coverage options available to consumers; and 4) Promoting consumer-friendly changes in the way that care is delivered and paid for.
A team of staff members is dedicated to achieving each of the four areas of focus outlined above. The intern hired for this position will be a part of the Enrollment team dedicated to the second area of focus. This interdepartmental team includes representatives from the Communications, Field, Government Affairs, Health Equity, Publications and Online departments, in addition to Policy staff. Policy members of the Health System Improvement team are responsible for generating the content distributed by Families USA, including fact sheets, issue briefs, media reports, and web-based content.
The Enrollment intern will work closely with the Enrollment Policy Analyst and the Enrollment Program Director and assist in fostering the growth of Families USA’s Enrollment Assister Network, developing materials for enrollment assisters, and monitoring ACA enrollment progress. This will involve talking with enrollment assisters, helping the Enrollment Team prepare for our annual conference in January, helping to prepare webinars for the network, research and writing fact sheets and other materials.
Interns at Families USA are considered part of the staff and attend weekly staff meetings and internal team meetings to discuss Families USA's advocacy strategy and new initiatives to ensure health care access to all U.S. residents. In addition, Families USA encourages interns to take part in the active political community of Washington, D.C., by attending hearings on Capitol Hill, press conferences at the National Press Club, and policy forums at other organizations and think tanks, such as the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Center for American Progress. Interns are also expected to participate in "brown bag" discussions of advocacy work and political issues.
To apply for Families USA's Enrollment internship, please send a cover letter, current resume (listing applicable work and educational experiences), a three- to five-page writing sample, and the names and contact information for three references (two of the references must be non-academic) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include “Enrollment Intern” in the subject line. There is no deadline to apply. Applications are reviewed and interns are hired on a rolling basis.
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Families USA is a national, nonprofit advocacy organization dedicated to the achievement of high-quality, affordable health care for all Americans. Families USA is seeking a highly skilled Enrollment Program Director to coordinate the organization’s efforts to increase enrollment in Affordable Care Act insurance coverage. The Enrollment Program Director will report to the Director of Organizational Strategy and serve as an integral member of the senior staff. The ideal candidate will have a keen understanding of the issues related to increasing enrollment ACA-related coverage and Medicaid and take an entrepreneurial approach to building programs.
We are looking for a strategic leader who has staff management experience and significant experience developing and implementing programs.
An ideal applicant would possess these qualifications
To apply, send a cover letter and resume by email to email@example.com and label the email as “Enrollment Program Director.” The salary will be commensurate with experience. Families USA offers a generous benefits package, including excellent health insurance, life and long-term disability insurance benefits, and generous vacation, sick leave, and holiday schedules. Families USA is an equal opportunity employer.
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The Manager/Senior Manager, as part of NASTAD’s Health Equity and Prevention
teams, plays a leadership role in expanding the organization’s capacity and priority
of addressing the disproportionate impact of HIV among gay men and other men
who have sex with men (MSM) of all races and ethnicities. The Manager/Senior
Manager implements NASTAD’s programs that support health departments in their
provision of effective programs within the current HIV prevention and care
landscape that includes the National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS), High Impact
Prevention (HIP), the HIV Care Continuum, the National Viral Hepatitis Action Plan
and the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Specifically, the Manager/Senior Manager
works with various health department programs and activities that include HIV
testing, biomedical interventions, prevention with positives, linkages to care and
other core prevention and care programs. The Manager/Senior Manager facilitates,
leads, recommends and carries out action steps for NASTAD’s gay men portfolio in
order to strengthen state and local health department capacity to implement
culturally competent, relevant and effective programming. The Manager/Senior
Manager convenes monthly calls/webinars with NASTAD’s Gay Men’s Health Equity
Work Group, conducts focus groups and other assessments, and develops and
advances emerging policy issues impacting gay men and other MSM. The
Manager/Senior Manager is also responsible for representing the Health Equity and
Prevention Team in NASTAD cross program collaborations. The Manager/Senior
Manager will work with NASTAD to actualize nationally defined health equity goals
which underscore that individuals have the opportunity to attain their full health
potential and no one is disadvantaged from achieving this potential because of their
social position or other socially determined circumstance.
The Manager/Senior Manager, Health Equity and Prevention will be motivated to
work as part of a team as well as be able to develop new projects and work with
minimal direction. Demonstrated ability to execute projects in a timely manner is
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This position is located in the Department of Health (DOH), HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD and TB Administration (HAHSTA), Division of STD/TB Control. The purpose of this position is to provide programmatic, clinical and operational leadership and direction to staff engaged in STD/TB disease prevention and control activities directly or with and through community providers and partners. Incumbent serves as Chief Medical Officer who, in concert with Senior Deputy Director, conducts program planning, implementation and evaluation. Develops program goals, objectives, policies, guidance, and instructions to staff concerning short and long-range program objectives and priorities. Serves as the subject matter expert (SME) for the District of Columbia in the areas of prevention, diagnosis treatment and follow-up of STD and Tuberculosis. This may involve providing technical assistance top community providers, participating in Grand Rounds at local hospitals and/or consulting with other program areas. Coordinates and establishes the development and monitoring of Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) with community-based organizations. Establishes and maintains collaborative relationships with community-based organizations serving the Division's priority populations. Provides direct supervision and quality assurance to STD/TB Division staff. Assigns, directs, and reviews work of subordinates. Plans, assigns, and supervises the work of assigned staff; designates priorities, assuring that work activities are properly coordinated and time-phased. Reassigns work or personnel to accomplish work more effectively or to maximize services to Division internal and external customers. Evaluates employees' work performance and devises plans for development and improvement. Identifies and manages training and development of STD/TB staff. Represents the Senior Deputy Director, as assigned, at meetings with senior managers of HAHSTA or DOH, with the office of the Senior Deputy, vendors, providers, and officials of other District, federal, or other government agencies. Coordinates the development of applications for grant funds; develops interim and annual progress reports, including performance measures, for submission to federal agencies (i.e., Centers for Disease Control) and DOH. Possesses clinical knowledge with relevant experience in sexual health and wellness, respiratory health and wellness, including STD and Tuberculosis, and provides ongoing monitoring of the quality of clinical care being provided to clients.
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