1) Assist in the implementation, development, and improvement of grant and program objectives to advance the Centersâ™ mission.
2) Work with project teams and stakeholders to develop action plans, conduct data analysis and develop implementation plans.
3) Perform project management tasks including planning, estimating and monitoring timelines to ensure on-time completion.Â
4) Collaborate withÂ community and clinic partners toÂ implement prevention, self-management, screening, and treatment programs, social marketing campaigns, and environmental-level strategies.
5) Partner with community-based organizations andÂ clinicsÂ to deliver small group programmingÂ for community health workers, healthcare providers, and others.
6) Ensure the cultural competency and sensitivity ofÂ CAHEâ™s programming.
7) Develop and implement process and outcome evaluations ofÂ evidence-basedÂ strategies using both qualitative and quantitative data.
8) Conduct data collection, needs assessments, and analyses to support program planning.
9) Communicate effectively to partners at state agencies, local health departments, funders, and key community leaders.
10) Assist withÂ grant writing for external funding sources to sustainÂ viral hepatitisÂ efforts, exploring new opportunities based on community needs.
11) Attend grantee meetings and trainings as required by programâ™s funding agencies.
1) Ability to function as part of an interactive team while demonstrating initiative to achieve project's goals and advance the Centerâ™s mission.
2) Excellent written communications skills for grant proposals, reports, community education materials, and otherÂ professional and academic writing.Â Â
3) Excellent interpersonal communications skills to facilitate multi-cultural, multi-generational community meetings, coalitionÂ meetings, and communityÂ programming as well as one-on-one conversations with community leaders, funders,Â and decision makers.
4) Ability to develop strong working relationships with, and build consensus among, a diverse array of stakeholders within the organization and between the organization and community.
6) Ability to work well with faculty and researchers.
7) Project management skills, including a demonstrated ability to manage own time well and achieve objectives.Â Â Â
8) Ability to manage competing priorities, work simultaneously on multiple initiatives, and meet deadlines.
9) Knowledge of program planning, implementation, and evaluation.
10) Strong analytical skills and problem solving ability.
1) Master's degree
1) 2 to 3 years of experience in community health/public health/social work/social sciences or related fields
2) 2 to 3 years of experience in program planning, development, and management experience
3) 2 to 3 years of experience in working with minority populations
2) Cover letter
Note: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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