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.
The Associate Director of the HIV and Health Equity Program directly manages the HRC Foundation's HIV and Health Equity (HE) programs, including but not limited to HIV & HBCUs, You Are Now, My Body, Generation Z and ELEVATE. The primary focus of the position is to manage HIV and health equity related programming and special projects that align with the HRC's commitment to ending the HIV epidemic, specifically in communities of color. This is a two-year position with the possibility of additional time contingent on funding and reports to the Director of the HIV & Health Equity.
The position includes outreach and substantial direct consultation with minority-led and community-based AIDS services organizations (CBOs & ASOs), federal public health agencies, advocacy organizations, grassroots community organizers. In addition, the Associate Director will present on various HIV and health equity related topics at national conferences.
- Collaborate closely with the HIV & Health Equity Director and our external partners to expand youth engagement, strengthen community-based coalitions, and develop HIV-related public education campaigns.
- Manage the development, design and implementation of online and in-person training modules; including providing technical assistance.
- Manage all aspects of project management using online forms and tools, including data imports and exports, quality control, technical and infrastructure needs.
- Assist with the program evaluation activities and data analysis.
- Draft or otherwise assist in preparation of annual/quarterly reporting and other internal and external purposes.
- Prepare and deliver written and oral presentations about HIV & HE internally and externally, as needed.
- Develop other LGBTQ aging related resources and materials including special reports, webpages, blog posts, and events.
- Track current research and publications relevant to LGBTQ HIV & HE and maintain relationships with key stakeholders and experts in the field.
- Collaborate with internal and external colleagues on LGBTQ aging related projects.
- Work with social media and communications teams to amplify HIV & HE activities, awareness days and related topics.
- Assist in managing HIV & HE intern/fellow(s); including reviewing application materials, interviewing applicants, hiring intern and supervision and managing intern and intern projects.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor's degree required, with at least five years' experience in project management, preferably in the field of HIV and/or LGBTQ health and social services.
- Experience with and knowledge of the HIV prevention and care continuum and/or health programs in the federal and local health department sector.
- Experience with and knowledge of interactive training module development, design and implementation.
- Experience with managing large private grants; reporting and site-visit preparation
- Skilled in program development, implementation, analysis, and evaluation.
- Excellent oral and written communications skills, including proficiency in developing reports and website content development.
- Proficiency in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Google Docs and web-based survey applications
- High aptitude for database applications and experience with Monday application preferred.
- Demonstrable success in organizing and managing projects which are multi-faceted and mission-driven.
- Success in marketing, outreach and related relationship-building
- Some travel (around 10%) will be required (when it is safe to do so).
- Knowledge of LGBTQ health and/or aging concerns preferred.
All positions at the Human Rights Campaign and/or the Human Rights Campaign Foundation 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.
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Washington, District of Columbia, United States