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- Capacity Building Specialistswyss@aidsunited.org – Posted by email@example.com
Title: Capacity Building Specialist FLSA Classification: FT/Exempt Reports to: Senior Program Manager Location: Remote position; Eligible candidates must be located in one of the following states: MO, OH, IN, MI, IL, WI, IA, MN, KS, NE, SD, ND Salary Range: $60,000 - $65,000 ABOUT AIDS UNITED AIDS United’s mission is to end the HIV epidemic in the United States. We fulfill our mission through strategic grantmaking, capacity building, and policy/advocacy. AIDS United advocates for people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS and the organizations that serve them. POSITION DESCRIPTION AIDS United seeks to hire a dynamic Capacity Building Specialist located in the Midwest for its Strengthening Integrated Approaches to High Impact Prevention in the Midwest Program. This initiative is a five-year cooperative agreement focused on building individual competencies and technical expertise among HIV staff, strengthening organizational capacities, and enabling supportive structural environments to effectively plan, integrate, implement, and sustain the establishment and operation of HIV prevention programs and services within the Midwest region. The Capacity Building Specialist will develop tailored training modules, webinars, and materials for community-based organizations (CBOs) and health departments across the Midwest region on HIV structural interventions and integrated activities and strategies such as condom distribution, data to care and partner services; lead, either independently or in a team, virtual and in-person technical assistance events; integrate the latest research, policy, and programmatic advances in the areas of trauma, social justice, racial justice, and sexual and reproductive health in designing and delivering technical assistance services to the HIV workforce. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES Technical Assistance Development and Delivery Research, design, and implement in-person and virtual technical assistance and workshops in response to requests from CBOs and health departments in the Midwest; Lead assessment and planning calls to develop individualized capacity building action plans that are positioned to address identified needs; Contribute to the development of health promotion materials (including fact sheets, webinars, toolkits, etc.) that are culturally humble; reflective of latest research, health behavior theories, adult learning principles, instructional design, and evidence of best practice; and, responsive to community HIV prevention needs; and Demonstrate proficiencies in key areas including: HIV prevention, care and treatment, PrEP, community-based service delivery, workshop development, facilitation, harm reduction/syringe services programs(SSPs), LGBTQ health, and organizational development, among others. Partnership Development Nurture and manage collaborative efforts, including content development, logistics, marketing, community engagement, and follow-up; Manage partnerships and key stakeholder relationships with clear written and verbal communication; Establish and maintain cooperative relationships with funding, consultant, and sub—awardee partners, colleagues, capacity building provider partners, and community stakeholders; and Represent agency in workgroups and collaborative spaces, and at local, regional and national events. Program Management Participate in and contribute to team, department, and organization-wide meetings, reporting, development, work groups, and expansion activities; Ensure timely and correct documentation and reporting on administrative responsibilities; and Other duties as assigned related to program monitoring and evaluation. REQUIREMENTS Bachelor’s degree preferred. Three years of relevant experience (e.g. health educator, trainer, consultant, etc.) can be substituted for Bachelor’s degree; Outstanding written and verbal communication and strong interpersonal skills; Detail-oriented with exceptional project & time management skills and ability to work independently; Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and desired experience with Smartsheets and Salesforce; Demonstrated experience with developing and delivering health-focused trainings/workshops and materials for adult learners; Bilingual (Spanish) desired; and Legally eligible to work in the United States. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES None WORKING CONDITIONS Work is generally performed within an office environment and includes significant phone and email engagement with colleagues, CBOs, health department staff, capacity building providers, funding partners, and the wider public. Working conditions when performing remote work may vary. Remote location is required for this position. Relocation expenses will not be covered. TRAVEL Position requires heavy travel (10-14+ days per month) to deliver technical assistance and workshops (average 2-3 days in length); and participate in and/or present at conferences and regional meetings, as assigned.
- Date Posted
- 3 Jun 2019
- Program Associate – Fund for Resilience, Equity and Engagement (FREE)AIDS United – Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org
DESCRIPTION AIDS United is seeking a dynamic Program Associate (PA) for the Fund for Resilience, Equity and Engagement (FREE). FREE is a three-year grantmaking, capacity building, and policy and advocacy program to support services prioritizing Black gay, bisexual, queer and same-gender loving (GBQ/SGL) men and people who are transgender throughout the United States. The Program Associate will provide general administrative and programmatic support; process and respond to requests for capacity building assistance (CBA) and/or technical assistance (TA) from grantees, and coordinate logistics for site visits, technical assistance, and convenings. This is a full-time position with an anticipated start date of July 1, 2019. RESPONSIBILITIES Coordinate administrative processes relating to grants management; Coordinate data entry and reporting with AU’s grants management system; Provide informational materials to potential applicants and funded organizations; Provide general administrative and programmatic support including logistics coordination, data management, communications, and recordkeeping; Schedule and manage programmatic deadlines; Provide guidance to consultants regarding capacity building assistance guidelines, reporting deadlines, and delivery of training and technical assistance, as needed; Provide administrative and coordination support for the planning and implementation of CBA and technical assistance; Contribute to maintenance and utility of program database and other internal program systems for monitoring the status of CBA requests; Work with FREE team members to identify grantees that would benefit from TA and/or training; Coordinate webinars; Track literature, statistics, conference information, grant opportunities and other resource information; Provide administrative and coordination support for the planning and implementation of national meetings, site visits and trainings; Field inquiries regarding grant guidelines, reporting deadlines, and program requirements; and Provide additional support to program staff as needed. REQUIREMENTS Bachelor’s degree or three years of relevant experience; Minimum one year of administrative experience; Outstanding written and verbal communication and strong interpersonal skills; Detail-oriented with exceptional project & time management skills; Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and desired experience with Smartsheets, Salesforce CRM, Foundation; Connect, or other grants management system; Bilingual (Spanish) desired; and Legally eligible to work in the United States. TRAVEL Position requires moderate travel – less than 21 days per year. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES None. ABOUT AIDS UNITED AIDS United’s mission is to end the HIV epidemic in the United States. We seek to fulfill our mission through strategic grantmaking, capacity building, policy/advocacy, technical assistance and formative research. AIDS United offers competitive compensation and benefits package and is an Equal Opportunity Employer dedicated to diversity in the workplace. WORKING CONDITIONS Work is generally performed within the office environment and includes significant phone contact with public, trustees, high-level donors, corporate executives, and grantee staff. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS These demands document the physical requirements of a specific job. Criteria may include: Lifting, Carrying, Push/Pull, Sitting/Standing (In Place); On Feet, Walking, Bending, Turn/Twist; Kneeling; Squatting; Crawling; Climbing; Reaching (Out)/Reaching (Up), Grasping, Wrist Turning; Pinching; Finger Manipulation, Hearing, Talking, working with a computer for eight hours, Working in close quarters. Communicating over the telephone for eight hours.
Location: WashingtonDistrict of Columbia, United States
- WashingtonDistrict of Columbia, United States
- Date Posted
- 30 May 2019