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National Alliance of State & Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD)
District Of Columbia
Not Applicable
Saturday, May 10, 2014

Purpose and General Description
The Associate provides overall support to NASTAD’s Prevention and Health Equity programs charged with advancing and asserting the role and authority of health department HIV prevention and viral hepatitis programs in the U.S. In particular, the Associate’s core activities support NASTAD’s efforts to provide technical assistance and capacity building activities to health departments to advance the goals of the President’s National HIV/AIDS Strategy and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s High-Impact Prevention. The Associate will work closely with all domestic program staff to advance technical assistance, communications and information dissemination through conference calls, webinars, newsletters, email, website and social networking. The Associate will participate in relevant programmatic meetings, coalition and networking activities, as assigned. The Associate will also work closely with NASTAD members to communicate relevant experiences of governmental public health to other health departments, federal and national partners.

See full posting and application instructions here.

National Alliance of State & Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD)
District Of Columbia
Not Applicable
Saturday, May 10, 2014

Purpose and General Description
The Rango Fellowship was developed to further the vision of Dr. Nicholas A. Rango, a pioneer in the fight against HIV/AIDS, founding NASTAD member and director of the New York State AIDS Institute from 1988 until his death in 1993. Nick Rango was a tenacious, dedicated, driven and accomplished leader who was at the forefront of addressing the HIV epidemic until the very end of his life.

Consistent with the organization’s guiding strategic map, the Rango Fellow plays a central leadership role in expanding the organization’s capacity and priority of mounting a robust and coordinated response among health departments to address the HIV crisis among Black gay men in the United States. The Rango Fellow works with key health department leaders, community stakeholders, researchers, federal partners and policymakers to scale-up innovative, effective and tailored prevention approaches, including counseling and testing, behavioral and biomedical interventions, partner services, community mobilization, Internet and new media technology and other core programs. The Rango Fellow also works closely with NASTAD staff to develop, inspire, and reimage strategies, as well as recommend and execute action steps and hands-on technical assistance. The overarching goal of the Rango Fellowship is to garner support and motivate relevant actors to strengthen state and local health department capacity (financial and human) to implement culturally competent, relevant and effective programming reaching Black gay men.

The ideal candidate will be highly motivated and work as part of a team as well as maintain and develop new projects and work with minimal direction. Demonstrated ability to execute projects in a timely manner is required.

See full posting and application instructions here.

United Hospital Fund of New York
New York
New York
Not Applicable
Friday, May 9, 2014

The Health Policy Analyst will report to and work with the Director to design and execute analytic projects related to the implementation of innovations in New York's health care delivery system and payment systems, and disseminate findings through publications, invitational and public meetings, speaking engagements, and media and public relations activities.


  • Assist in identifying and analyzing innovations in the organization and financing of health care services in New York and other states;
  • Assist in identifying key federal and state policy issues and opportunities for promising research, and weave them into a framework for innovation strategies activities;
  • Foster working relationships with senior leaders in the health care delivery and financing sectors;
  • Write issue briefs, observational reports, and summaries of meetings; prepare graphic illustrations as necessary; and work with communications staff on the design and presentation of materials, dissemination activities, and media contacts and interviews;
  • Work with the Innovation Strategies team in building and maintaining relationships with providers, payers, and senior State policymakers, as well as the broader health policy community, and represent the Fund at public meetings;
  • Assist in organizing public dissemination events, recruiting guest speakers, leading discussions, and making presentations;
  • Monitor progress of grants awarded by United Hospital Fund in support of the Innovation Strategies initiative.
  • Perform other duties as necessary for the Innovation Strategies initiative.
Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO)
Not Applicable
Wednesday, April 30, 2014

The Senior Analyst works with the Director, Informatics Standards, the Director, Informatics Practice, and Senior Director, Informatics to fulfill the activities associated with public health informatics and assist the team with project deliverables for federally funded informatics projects.

The responsibilities and day-to-day requirements of the position include, but are not limited to:

  • Supporting the Public Health Community Platform project, a cloud based system for public health agencies to utilize as an opportunity for data management and analysis
  • Supporting the Biosense project, a cloud based system for public health agencies to utilize for syndromic surveillance
  • Research on legal and economic implications of innovative data knowledge solutions and potential future solutions
  • Supporting the workforce development and fellowship work that ASTHO undertakes in partnership with several national partners
  • Assisting with the management of multiple eHealth team projects, including maintenance of project task schedules and contributing to the evaluation of project activities and outcomes
  • Conducting research to support public health informatics policy initiatives and program activities, including work in health IT, meaningful use and the HITECH Act.
  • Handling administrative tasks to support committees and taskforces, such as meeting planning and logistics, setting up conference calls, and committee/workgroup mailings.
  • Supporting the eHealth team in tracking and analyzing appropriate state and federal legislation and cooperative agreement guidance, and identifying and following up on useful practices within the states and territories.
  • Managing assigned deliverables independently.
  • Functioning effectively, respectfully and cohesively in a team environment.
  • Providing input into reports and cooperative agreements and assisting with report preparation.
  • Representing ASTHO at meetings and conferences; domestic travel required
  • Performing other key functions as assigned.


  • Master's degree in public health or comparable degree in health informatics, health sciences or related field.
  • Three years of prior related experience in public health, public policy or related field. State or local public health, public health informatics, or association experience desirable.
Planned Parenthood of New York City
New York
New York
Not Applicable
Friday, May 9, 2014

Assumes responsibility for managing all aspects of the financial and clinical operations of a health center. Participates in Senior Management Team and participates in clinical, agency-wide, and external committees/meetings/activities as required. Implements PPNYC's clinical programs and new services by acting within established policies to meet program goals. Financial management of the Center including the development and implementation of programs and services necessary to achieve targets identified in the annual business plan. Provides for excellence in customer service by modeling behaviors and practices with staff. Works to ensure customer retention and customer satisfaction by providing rationale for staff to understand the mission and business consequences of successful customer interaction. Manages staff productivity against measures set in Clinical Services. Participates in the development of public and non public grant work plans. Responds to licensing and regulatory requirements and assures compliance with all regulations including notification to credentialing staff and Human Resources. Supervises Center managers and provides oversight of staff orientation, ongoing training and supervision. Participates in community and Center activities related to consumer education and outreach.

Requires Master's Degree or equivalent, preferably in a health related field. Requires five (5) to six (6) years of related and/or applicable experience, two (2) or more of which must be in a supervisory capacity in a health care facility.

Metro TeenAIDS
District Of Columbia
Not Applicable
Friday, May 9, 2014

The School Services Director is responsible for oversight of Metro TeenAIDS activities in public and charter schools.

This includes delivery of a federally funded HIV/AIDS education and prevention curriculum to 6,000 middle and high school students and supervision of HIV-related after-school programming. This position supervises a 10 person MTA-based school services team and has up to 4 direct reports. The School Services Director also provides prevention education, referrals, and information to youth and adults to schools and community based organizations throughout the Washington, DC metro area regarding HIV/AIDS, STD's, Safe Sex, Substance and other relevant issues. The Director is responsible for serving as the primary contact to teachers and school officials regarding program development & implementation, policies and related staff professional development. In this capacity, the Director works to advise and evaluate teachers' school health standards implementation and related issues. The position is also responsible for schools' successful move to independently teaching sexual health education. Reports to the COO.

Minimal Qualifications

  • Bachelors degree
  • Strong organizational and project management abilities (attention to detail)
  • Experience in external partnerships and dynamic program development and design
  • Strong oral, written, and computer skills
  • Competence in working with diverse populations
  • Understanding of community/national service, knowledge of science-based curriculum and classroom management tools, program evaluation and classroom instruction experience and knowledge of public health and HIV/AIDS issues
  • At least three years experience in working with nonprofit organizations
  • Experience working with and supervising young adults
  • Ability to work as both team member and independent leader
Not Applicable
Wednesday, April 30, 2014

CARE is currently seeking a Senior Advisor - Sexual, Reproductive & Maternal Health Global Program Approaches. Specifically, this position will Identify key approaches, consolidate learning, and support refinement, expansion and scale up of key SRMHR program approaches in close collaboration with Country Offices and CMPs; support the launch and coordination of the new SRMHR Global Platform.  This would include supporting the development and implementation of the platform, coordinating communications, and ensuring that work progresses as planned and in full collaboration with all internal stakeholders (program, advocacy, fundraising and communications across CARE Global). 


  • Lead, coordinate, and support the consistent and widespread application and scale up of key SRMHR interventions.
  • Support launch of the SRMHR Global platform.
  • Support the USAID-funded "Leading Approaches for Respectful CARE"
  • Resource mobililization


  • 5-7 years experience in a relevant position in a developing country
  • Experience in SRMH related program design and evaluation in developing world contexts
  • Experience in advocacy and capacity building (e.g. communications, training, facilitation, organizational support)
  • Experience in partnership building and collaboration
  • At least 5 years working in or with a developing country
  • Strong background in health and development
  • Knowledge of epidemiological methods, behavior and social science theories and concepts, and program evaluation
  • Strong skills in planning and organization, partnership and collaboration
  • Evidence of excellent writing skills (e.g. publication record)
  • Ability to communicate effectively in oral and written formats
  • English proficiency
University of Minnesota
Twin Cities
Not Applicable
Friday, May 9, 2014

Preferred: Documented record of excellence as an educator. Experience in curriculum development and evaluation. Experience in working in academic health care setting. Clinical experience and appropriate licensure.

Required: Doctoral level training in Psychology, Medicine, Health Education, Family Social Science, Marriage and Family Therapy or closely related field. Training and experience in sexual health education teaching and research. Demonstrated ability to obtain federally funded and peer-reviewed research relevant to sexual health education. Evidence of conducting research and documented publications and research presentations. Recognized nationally and internationally as a leader in sexual health education.


  • Expanding the sexual health education efforts of the Program in Human Sexuality. This includes developing a research program, including obtaining external funding, publishing in peer reviewed journals, presenting at national and international conferences, and other dissemination activities. Collaborate with other researchers and educators locally, nationally, and internationally. Course Director for medical school course in human sexuality. Coordinate sexual health education efforts at the Program in Human Sexuality. Teaching and curriculum development in sexual health education. 
  • Teach in medical school and community continuing professional education programs. Carry out other administrative/service activities as assigned. Participate in development activities. Attend faculty and other meetings as appropriate for role. Provide clinical services as appropriate and needed. Serve on program, department, Medical School and institutional committees as assigned.
The AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts
Not Applicable
Friday, May 9, 2014

Job Objective: The Gay and Bisexual Men's Health Educator will deliver high quality HIV prevention and screening services including linking MSM to interventions across AAC and with collaborating partners.


  • Provide HIV Counseling, Screening and Referral services to MSM and their partners which may include transgender women.
  • Disseminate safer sex supplies and agency promotional materials to MSM and their partners in designated community venues including bars, public sex environments and events on evenings and weekends.
  • Provide written and verbal harm reduction information on HIV, STI and Hepatitis transmission to MSM and their partners in these venues, on-line, and at AAC's MALE Center.
  • Engage and recruit MSM from these venues, and through social network strategies, into MALE Center programming with an emphasis on Rapid HIV testing and community engagement.
  • Promote all AAC services including those for HIV positive individuals, needle exchange, overdose prevention and agency hotlines and websites for HIV, STI, Hepatitis and Pharmacy Access.
  • Link participants to a range of services including confirmatory testing, nPEP, PrEP, substance use support, STI screening and treatment and Partner Services as needed.
  • Complete all required paperwork including basic risk assessments, shift sheets, HIV Counseling, Testing, and Referral forms and timesheets.
  • Participate in individual and team meetings with MALE Center staff to ensure high quality service delivery and discuss emerging trends and community needs.
  • Provide general program coverage and respond to client needs at the MALE Center.
  • Attend all required program, agency, and funder meetings, trainings and events including the AIDS Walk.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.


  • Familiarity with sexual health-related and social issues faced by gay, bisexual and other MSM;
  • Ability to work evening and/or weekend hours;
  • Ability to be punctual and perform tasks consistently during scheduled shifts;
  • Commitment to practice harm reduction in all interactions with program participants;
  • Experience providing educational outreach in public settings;
  • Demonstrated ability to network and engage MSM into social and/or medical services;
  • Understand importance of confidentiality and boundaries in prevention and education work;
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of diverse team;
  • Knowledge of local social and medical services and gay/bisexual men's communities preferred;
  • Experience with phlebotomy preferred;
  • Ability to speak Spanish or Portuguese preferred;
  • Ability to support the mission and goals of the program and agency.
Howard Brown Health Center
Not Applicable
Friday, May 9, 2014

The Clinic-based HIV/STI Test Counselor will provide client-centered HIV and STI education, test counselingand risk-reduction services to individuals and couples with walk-in clients at Howard Brown Health Center’s (HBHC) Sheridan Road facility.  The Test Counselor will help HBHC address the disproportionate impact of HIV and STIs seen among Chicagoland’s sexual minority and/or gender variant populations, with a particular focus on men who have sex with men (MSM).

1. Provide HIV and STI counseling and testing, including results delivery for point-of-care (“rapid”) and laboratory-based tests, and appropriate referral services.
2. Provide direct health education and information, including the knowledge of HBHC’s programs and services, provision and explanation of results, andappropriate linkage to PEP (Post-Exposure Prophylaxis), PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) and primary care services.
3. Perform and develop effective HIV/STI prevention interventions.
4. Document visits and interactions appropriately, primarily within HBHC’s Electronic Health Records System (EHRS).


  • Bachelor’s Degree and/or equivalent experience with social service/public health field is required.
  • Experience working in HIV/STI prevention, sexual/reproductive health or other community health programs required. 
  • Experience working with LGBTQI communities highly regarded. 
  • A working knowledge of HIV/STI in diverse communities is highly desired.
  • Must possess strong communication and written skills, as well as a demonstrated ability to work effectively with diverse staff and populations. 
  • Must possess excellent internet and computer skills; experience working with Electronic Health Records Systems highly regarded.
  • Bilingual – Spanish/English highly regarded.
  • Phlebotomy experience highly regarded; willingness to learn/perform phlebotomy required.
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