We strongly encourage people of color, transgender and non-binary people to apply. HRC is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes everyone, including non-LGBTQ people, to join our team.
A member of the HRC Foundation Health and Aging team, the HIV Program Manager is responsible for planning, implementing, and tracking various HIV-related projects and initiatives at the Human Rights Campaign. Specifically, the HIV Program Manager will work with colleagues throughout the organization to ensure the quality and integrity of HIV-related programming by adhering to all deadlines and deliverables, noting any unusual concerns, and offering potential solutions.
- Develop, implement and track multiple, and sometimes simultaneous, project timelines, deadlines, and deliverables, including various resources, publications, and educational campaigns that address the current realities of HIV and other health disparities facing LGBTQ people
- Ensure deliverables are on time, within budget, and consistently meet or exceed expectations set at the beginning of the project
- Deepen existing relationships with HIV, LGBTQ, and allied organizations through partnership and collaboration; and identify opportunities for new partnerships
- Take ownership of accomplishing new and different types of HIV-related work, exploring opportunities to add value where and when appropriate
- Represent HRC & HRC Foundation at various HIV-related conferences, events, stakeholder meetings, and local HIV community planning groups
- Write blog posts about new and emerging HIV trends and resources
- Make presentations about new and emerging HIV trends and resources at staff meetings, community events, and conferences
- Provide administrative and programmatic support to HIV & Health Equity team
- Manage HIV & Health Equity fellows, interns and volunteers when applicable
- Other duties as assigned
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience plus two to four years of relevant work experience in HIV prevention and/or other LGBTQ-related health disparities
- Program management experience, including but not limited to management of volunteers
- Experience working with people of color, low-income people, and trans people
- Ability to take responsibility for specific goals and measurable outcomes within designated project periods while simultaneously working on bringing multiple initiatives to a successful conclusion
- Exceptional interpersonal skills and organizational awareness to work effectively with internal/external stakeholders and partner organizations
- Excellent writing skills with a solid understanding of social media and HIV resources to write informative and effective blog posts for HRC's website.
- Experience in public speaking and facilitation
- Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (Word) and Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive)
- Flexibility with work schedule; this position requires occasional evening and weekend work
- Ability to travel to conferences, meetings, and other community events (up to 20% of total work time)
- Demonstrated ability to work well under pressure, handle multiple projects simultaneously, and manage work under tight deadlines
- Ability to exercise good judgment when responding to individuals and assessing the best way possible to maintain or improve relationships
- Strong willingness to be a team player - to roll up your sleeves and get the job done
- Strong knowledge of the rapidly changing HIV, LGBTQ, racial justice, and public health landscape
All positions at the Human Rights Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically. Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.
No phone calls, please. Due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to queries about application status.
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
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