Description: Cascade AIDS Project (CAP) is the oldest and largest provider of HIV prevention, education, housing, advocacy and support services in Oregon and Southwest Washington. We are seeking an experienced Director of Development and Communications. Fulltime and exempt, this position reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for fund-raising activities at Cascade AIDS Project. Cascade AIDS Project operates with a $6 million annual budget, of which approximately $1.3 million is raised from individuals (combination of events and donor solicitations), and approximately $300k from grants. The Director of Development and Communications oversees 2.75 staff including a Grants Coordinator, Development Specialist, and Events Coordinator. The ideal candidate will have at least five years of experience working in a non-profit setting with management and development experience and a proven track record of success in fundraising. Cascade AIDS Project was named one of the 100 Best Nonprofits to Work for in Oregon by Oregon Business in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012, as well as being in the top 10 of Oregon's Most Admired Companies - Nonprofit by Portland Business Journal in 2009. We are located across from Big Pink on the bus mall and MAX line. See full Job Description at http://cascadeaids.org/employment.
Bachelor's degree and 5+ years of professional experience in fund-raising/development for non-profit organizations.
Excellent written, verbal and electronic communication skills
Experience forging relationships with donors, potential donors, representatives of foundations and other organizations
Experience securing and maintaining sponsorships
Experience with planned giving strategies
Experience managing the creative process for collateral communications development for use in print and electronic mediums
Experience working under pressure while maintaining a positive and professional demeanor
Experience managing/coordinating a team responsible for carrying out complex functions, under pressure with absolute deadlines
Experience working with large public fund-raising events (Art Auction 1,350 participants, AIDS Walk Portland 11,000 participants)
Successful track record establishing and maintaining media contacts that result in sponsorship, earned media and news coverage
Successful experience working with ethnic, racial, sexual and economically diverse populations
Skill prioritizing work projects, meeting deadlines
Available to work evenings and weekends
Experience working with the LGBTQ community
Familiarity with CRM programs, in particular Salesforce
Familiarity with web based fundraising programs, such as Greater Giving
Experience working as management in a unionized environment
Experience working with graphic designers, printers and mail houses
Compensation: $75,000 - $90,000 annual salary dependent upon qualifications and experience. Benefits include employer-paid health, dental, vision, short-term and long-term disability and life insurance; 401(k) retirement plan with generous employer matching contribution, 125C cafeteria savings plan; and generous vacation and health leave benefits.
Closing Date: Position will be open until filled with resume review beginning May 17, 2013.
To apply for this position, mail, email or deliver the following documents:
1) a complete cover letter (attached as Word or pdf) that serves as an example of your writing and addresses how you meet the minimum qualifications specific to the position you are applying for, and 2) your resume to:
Cascade AIDS Project
208 SW Fifth Avenue, Suite 800
Portland, Oregon 97204
POSITION OVERVIEW: The Training and Capacity Building Coordinator is a full-time, salaried, exempt position that is responsible for increasing the capacity of partner organizations to understand, engage, and utilize HIV sciences and to mobilize their local communities through the implementation of the Black AIDS Institute's African American HIV University (AAHU), Black Training Advocates Network (BTAN), and such other programs and initiatives as may be included in the Training and Capacity Building department. This position bears primary responsibility for developing, implementing, and overseeing HIV treatment and prevention and community mobilization training, capacity building and internship programs. This position will work extensively with local communities across the country to increase the number of Black Americans reaching HIV viral suppression.
ORGANIZATION-WIDE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Support the mission, vision, and values of the Institute.
Comply willingly with all organizational policies and procedures.
Support all functions that attain and maintain accreditation and compliance with regulatory agencies.
Support and facilitate positive interaction with others by exhibiting: individual maturity, respect for others, team-centered approach, and maintenance of confidential information
Communicate appropriate information to other departments in a timely and effective manner.
Participate in appropriate professional development programs to attain and maintain competency.
POSITION-SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Develops, implements and oversees professional trainings and internship programs.
Develops and delivers HIV-related curricula that focus on HIV science and community-based policy; makes recommendations for the improvement of existing curricula.
Develops and delivers HIV-related presentations; oversees public trainings and discussions in a variety of settings.
Using pre-acquired knowledge and training, provides technical assistance to Black-serving community-based organizations throughout the U.S.
Develops, coordinates and implements logistics for a variety of educational activities.
Develops and presents staff in-service trainings on a variety of HIV-related subjects.
Develops and implements analytical tools for use in the evaluation of program activities
The External Relations & Communications Officer reports directly to the Global Advocacy Manager in Amsterdam, works closely with managers and staff across all GNP+ platforms of work, and manages any Communications volunteers or interns (the recruitment of an on-line media intern is planned during 2013)
The purpose of the post
The External Relations and Communications Officer will ensure that the goals and achievements of GNP+ are known and understood by its external stakeholders, including people living with HIV and their organisations, the wider HIV community and those in national and international communities who make decisions affecting people living with HIV, exploiting opportunities to strengthen the voices of people living with HIV.
Leading on the GNP+ communication strategy (including corporate and brand management), coordinating its review and implementation;
Developing and maintaining relations with a range of international media, in particular those covering HIV, health and human rights;
Acting as Press Officer for specific projects and events, including international conferences;
Monitoring developments in the international HIV response and media; developments and drafting GNP+ press releases and responses as appropriate;
Proactively disseminating GNP+ policy positions and programmatic successes to relevant stakeholders, including policymakers, the media, networks of people living with HIV, key population networks, partners and donors;
Providing communication support to all three programmatic teams (Global Advocacy, Knowledge Management and Community Development), as necessary;
Creating and managing the GNP+ websites, currently eight focused on organisations, programmes and campaigns (including translation in various languages);
Producing an electronic newsletter in various languages to profile GNP+â?™s policy positions and programmatic activities;
Supporting the coordination of the International AIDS Candlelight Memorial (www.candlelightmemorial.org);
Integrating GNP+ policies and positions into existing advocacy efforts (such as "People Living with HIV are" and HIV Advocacy Now www.hivadvocacynow.org);
Delivering mechanisms for the consultation of people living with HIV using new technology;
Leading on the development of annual work plans and annual reports and supporting the writing of funding proposals;
Developing and maintaining a database of networks of people living with HIV, key population networks, NGO partners and donors;
The AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC) is seeking a motivated, organized, and detail-oriented person to serve as its Database Manager. The Database Manager will oversee the development, implementation and use of the fundraising database and constituent management database used by the AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC). The Database Manager will play an integral role in the growth and development of the organization, as effective data management is key to AFC's strategic objectives. Specifically, the Database Manager will be responsible for managing the Raiser's Edge database and Convio's Luminate Online database and helping AFC to implement the use of Raiser's Edge and Convio throughout the organization, including continued configuration, data management, outreach strategies, and staff training.
Founded in 1985 by community activists and physicians, AFC is a local and national leader in the fight against HIV/AIDS. AFC collaborates with community organizations to develop and improve HIV/AIDS services; funds and coordinates prevention, care, and advocacy projects; and champions effective, compassionate HIV/AIDS policy.
Principal responsibilities of this position include the following:
Oversee the development, implementation and use of the AIDS Foundation of Chicago's Raiser's Edge and Convio Luminate Online databases to maximize income; this includes managing the RE Connector integration software. Assist Development and Communication staff in capitalizing on the recent implementation of Convio by creating and managing email campaigns, fundraising and special events, and donation pages, growing the email file, and increasing targeted marketing of solicitations, events, and stewardship communication and activities.
Manage the conclusion and termination of Blackbaud's NetCommunity constituent management system.
Manage key vendor relationships impacting the databases including, but not limited to, Blackbaud and Convio consultant specific to database oversight and general growth.
Provide formal and informal staff trainings; recommend "best practices" and procedures related to use of both databases and promote solutions for data clean-up and overall accuracy.
Assist in the organization-wide analysis of Raiser's Edge and Convio databases business needs and execution of appropriate configuration.
Support Gift Entry Manager with data operations in Raiser's Edge and Convio including gift and data entry, daily data sync process, month-end reconciliation of databases and merchant account, and troubleshoot issues.
Assist department and organization with creation of queries, reports, custom reports, and analyses from both databases. Provide timely custom reports to staff upon request.
Support database users, both by troubleshooting issues directly and connecting to external support as necessary.
Work directly with Blackbaud and Convio support to address technical issues with Raiser's Edge, RE Connector, and Convio Luminate Online.
Create and update documentation of data entry and reporting protocols. Assist Information Technology staff as needed with installation of database updates, and work collaboratively to determine timing and other specifics related to these updates.
Process departmental requests of data imports in both databases, and action tracks, and global changes/deletions within the Raiser's Edge system.
Responsible for troubleshooting issues that may occur with the daily data sync and monthly reconciliation process between Raiser's Edge, the RE Connector, Convio Luminate Online, and the Merchant Account.
Work with the Chief Officer of External Relations and the Deputy Director of External Relations to review, decide, and implement any new online or offline software or customizations pertaining to the donor and development data
Assist as back-up to the Gift Entry Manager in preparing and delivering bank deposits, processing matching gift requests and payments,
Assist with other External Relations efforts, including major fundraising events, as needed
Attend & Assist with agency-wide events & activities as directed.
Assist with other AFC activities as requested
Perform other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Arts or Computer Science or similar field preferred. Advanced computer proficiency in Raiser's Edge required and online communication tool Convio preferred. Minimum 5 years of prior experience in fundraising with at least two years Raiser's Edge database management or use required. Prior management or use of Convio preferred. Strong attention to detail and the ability to manage multiple projects, establish workload priorities, and meet deadlines are critical.
Strong verbal and written communication skills are required. The ability to work with diverse populations, especially communities of color, and sensitivity to issues concerning HIV/AIDS and all disabilities is important. Must be able to interact with diverse populations and use active listening skills to determine appropriate response to callers, visitors, and others during daily activities.
Send cover letter and resume to: Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org, via mail to AIDS Foundation of Chicago, 200 West Jackson Suite 2200 Chicago, IL 60606, or via fax to (312) 784-9054.
Please reference position code ER DM 255
People of color, women, people living with HIV/AIDS, and all others are encouraged to apply.
Job Summary: To promote the mission of PATH to help individuals achieve a more independent and fulfilling life by being an effective team member. Acts as a liaison between employers and employees with disabilities as well as effectively supporting people to successfully obtain and maintain employment. Assists in information gathering, employment exploration, and employment support for people with all types and severity of disabilities. Provides on-the-job training and follow along services. Jobs may be in all areas of Philadelphia and surrounding suburbs. Hours vary including evenings, weekends and holidays.
Gathers information about job seekers’ interests, skills, experiences, & needs
Assists people in exploring job options by accompanying & supporting them at assessments in businesses as needed
Engages in job development activities to assist people obtain employment
Provides individualized on-site and off-site supports to people working which may include vocational counseling, on-the job training, and follow along supports
Provides employment related skill development, transportation training, money management, medical support/medication monitoring, hygiene support, and interpersonal skill training
Provides on-the-job training at a variety of business settings, performing any number of jobs. Jobs may include sitting, standing, and walking for long periods of time, lifting and carrying of heavy materials in all types of environments.
Assists in the development of naturally occurring supports at job site
Explores, creates, researches and/or implements job accommodations and adaptations as needed
Interacts & communicates with family members, significant others, employers, & other community agencies effectively
Monitors authorized hours for those being served
Completes progress notes for each billable service
Completes monthly progress reports as well as other reports required by funding agencies
Provides 70% billable activities to individuals being served
Works cooperatively with department members
Serves on interdisciplinary team as the CIE Representative during the ISP process.
Writes incident reports, as needed, and submits them to supervisor.
Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalent. Two years experience preferred in Rehabilitation, Human Resources, Sales, or Employment Counseling. Driver’s License and use of personal vehicle required. Proficient at Microsoft Office Programs such as Word, Excel and Outlook. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to interact with diverse types of people and representatives from business and industry in appropriate manner. Ability to work flexible hours to accommodate training needs of individuals receiving services.
Location: Community Integrated Employment in Northeast Philadelphia, as well as city-wide and suburban locations.
Purpose and Description: The Senior Manager/Associate Director, as part of NASTAD’s Health Equity Team, plays a vital leadership role in expanding the organization’s capacity to address health inequities by bridging sexual health policy and programmatic activities focused on achieving health equity among racial and ethnic minorities communities disproportionately impacted by HIV/AIDS and viral hepatitis. The Senior Manager/Associate Director initiates, leads and recommends action steps in order to strengthen state and local health department capacity to implement culturally competent, relevant and effective programming. The Senior Manager/Associate Director also actively partic ipates in coalition activities and collaborative endeavors to promote the role and capacity of health departments and act as a bridge between health departments and the federal, state and local communities. The Senior Manager/Associate Director develops guidance, issue briefs and fact sheets that advance the priorities of health departments, including advancing the goals of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy, the Affordable Care Act and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s focus on high impact prevention. The Senior Manager is charged with working across NASTAD programs to develop strategic, collaborative and innovative efforts that integrate national and state policy opportunities with public health programs aimed at increasing health equity. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter who works with minimal direction, able to design and execute projects, and have exceptional communication skills and policy/advocacy acumen.
The Registered Nurse, HIV and STD Services position provides counseling and education to clients/patients about HIV and STD testing. In addition to providing testing and treatment, this position also serves as a member of The Fenway Institute research team and conducts informed consents and enrollments into studies that aim to answer questions related to HIV/STD prevention and treatment.
Typical Duties include, but are not limited to: screening callers, walk-in clients, and those at medical appointments by assessing relative risk for HIV/STD and viral hepatitis exposure to determine individual need for testing and type of testing; providing pre/post test counseling and education to those seeking HIV/STD and viral hepatitis testing, and conducting the requisite sample collection; providing education, through informed consent, to all current and potential study participants; distributing tests results to patients and providers; monitoring participants for adverse events and social impacts; and acting as the first responder to the Research Department’s 24-hour hotline.
Additional duties include: collaborating with mental health and medical providers to provide quality care and a seamless continuum of services; completing and submitting Case Report Forms and other paperwork in compliance with the Department of Public Health, study sponsor, DAIDS and Fenway Policy in a timely manner; maintaining a relationship with city, state and other agencies performing related work; providing direct referrals for appropriate medical care; processing, storing, and shipping laboratory specimens; developing protocol specific source documents and case report forms; and participating in writing and editing of Standard Operating Procedures.
Note: Applications or resumes without a cover letter expressing interest in employment at Fenway Health will not be accepted. No third party resumes accepted.
Minimum of an Associates Degree
Registered Nurse in the state of Massachusetts
Experience with Phlebotomy
Current CPR certification
One year experience working on treatment and/or prevention in a medical setting
Demonstrated experience working with diverse populations, including LGBT clients
Experience facilitating post-exposure prophylaxis to infectious disease such as; HIV, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis A
Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred
Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required
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The San Antonio AIDS Foundation is a residential medical facility for people that are HIV positive and in need of skilled nursing or hospice care.
We are looking for CNA's that are compassionate, non judgmental, reliable and motivated. We have positions for Monday thru Friday 3-11, Saturday thru Sunday 7AM-11PM (16 hour shifts ) and a part time position Friday and Saturday night 11PM-7AM. A criminal check will be required and random drug screens may be done. This may be the most rewarding job you have ever had if you are truly interested in working with people that are marginalized and discriminated against.
If you believe you belong on our team please email me at email@example.com and include your resume and why you believe you would be a good match for us.
Foundation Overview: Guided by the belief that every life has equal value, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation works to help all people lead healthy, productive lives. In developing countries, it focuses on improving people's health and giving them the chance to lift themselves out of hunger and extreme poverty. In the United States, it seeks to ensure that all people-especially those with the fewest resources-have access to the opportunities they need to succeed in school and life. Based in Seattle, the foundation is led by CEO Jeff Raikes and co-chair William H. Gates Sr., under the direction of Bill and Melinda Gates and Warren Buffett.
Plan, manage and execute a wide range of activities in support of strategic planning, grant management and external relationship management in support of the London Declaration on NTDs and the GH Neglected Infectious Disease strategy.
Serve as a point of contact on issues related to the London Declaration and other NTDs in the NID strategy for key stakeholders.
Engage in high-level advocacy with donors in order to sustain and increase funding for NTDs.
Facilitate internal communication, briefings, and information sharing on the London Declaration and Mass Drug Administration between and among the Strategic Program Teams, Global Policy and Advocacy team, leadership, and other relevant functional teams.
Partner with grantees to develop project objectives and define key outcomes and milestones, ensuring that appropriate monitoring and evaluation systems and processes are established to produce robust evaluation of outcomes.
Review letters of inquiry & grant proposals; provide clear, concise & insightful written analysis & recommendations for funding including drafting & editing proposal summaries & progress reports for existing grants for review by Foundation leadership.
Consult with grantees to achieve desired impact of grants; conduct site visit, provide technical guidance, convene meetings, and apply and evaluate milestone-based performance objectives.
Manage the budget including the annual planning process; work closely with Program Coordinators to track team's performance against budget.
Maintain high quality interactions and clear and consistent communications with grantees and partners in the field.
Provide support in external relationship management while keeping current of key developments in partner institutions.
Location: Seattle, WA
Department: Neglected and Other Infectious Diseases
Since 1987, National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC), Washington, DC, has advanced its mission through a variety of capacity building programs; public policy education; national conferences; treatment and research programs and trainings; electronic and printed resource materials. NMAC represents a coalition of 3,000 CBOs and AIDS service organizations (ASOs) delivering HIV/AIDS services in communities of color nationwide. NMAC's advocacy efforts are funded through private funders and donors only.
About the job:
This position is responsible for managing the coordination and implementation of Capacity Building Assistance (CBA) activities provided to Health Departments (HDs) and Community Planning Groups (CPGs). Strong background working with Health Departments is preferred. Activities include developing a broad variety of culturally appropriate training and technical assistance services and products to meet the specific prevention, care and treatment needs of communities of color. This position is funded for one year + and includes up to 30 to 40% of business travel.
Manages the coordination of all training and technical assistance (TA) activities for state health departments and community planning groups.
Provides technical assistance and trainings to health department staff and community planning groups.
Maintain responsibility for the design and development of training and technical assistance curriculum and supporting resource capacity building materials.
Develop and monitor materials development procedures and protocols to ensure consistency and quality of training products.
Develop work plans and quarterly, mid-year and end-of-year program reports.
Budgetary responsibilities include budget review, budget preparation, and review of monthly budget variance analysis.
Implement quality assurance plan for consultants and training processes.
Monitors and assess the implementation of TA activities in cooperation with the Evaluation Manager to identify the appropriate outcome measures and monitor the results of TA and training delivery.
Implement specific program duties as described in individual program work plans.
Supervise Program Coordinator (s) and Assistant Program Manager
Doctors without Borders is looking for a Web and Social Media Strategist to be based in our New York office. Under the direction and supervision of the Managing Editor, and in collaboration with the rest of the Web & Content Development Team (Web Applications Coordinator & Digital Content Editor and Publications Coordinator), develops and manages the overall design, installation and maintenance of the Internet operations for MSF-USA.
Conceives of, implements and oversees strategies for MSF’s Social Media activities. Working with the Web & Content Development Team, and supervising the Web Applications Coordinator, vendors and a fluctuating team of interns and volunteers, utilizes and develops the most effective technologies and architecture to build an infrastructure that supports the needs of MSF-USA with special emphasis on making information accessible that promotes awareness of MSF’s activities and concerns, expertise, needs, and values.
Must be expert level in the use of the following:
Minimum 3-5 years directly relevant work experience, plus Bachelor's degree, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Must be familiar with Drupal CMS system
Strong understanding of the mission and messaging of Doctors Without Borders, and ability to edit and adapt content suited for social media platforms.
Keen understanding of the general social media environment and general web trends, and a proven ability to build strategies accordingly.
Outstanding, proven time management and organizational skills
Outstanding, proven communications skills with colleagues and across social media platforms
Demonstrated experience managing staff and vendors.
Ability to work independently, move projects from conceptual stages to launch, and handle multiple and often competing deadlines.
Corizon provides quality healthcare services at 283 correctional facilities across the country serving approximately 271,100 inmates in 29 states. With its corporate headquarters in Brentwood, Tenn. and the operational headquarters in St. Louis, Mo., Corizon is the leading provider of correctional healthcare services in the United States.
Job Description: Corizon offers Registered Nurses a unique opportunity to maximize the full spectrum of their nursing skills within an ambulatory care setting. Enjoy the variety of correctional healthcare, where nurses benefit from an environment that is different with every patient, every day.
Consider our current RN openings at the Pendleton Juvenile Correctional Facility in Pendleton, IN. Full time positions on the night shift (11p-7:30a) now available.
Corizon nurses thrive in a niche environment featuring a variety benefits such as:
Significant advancement and growth opportunities
At Corizon, we pride ourselves in offering our nurses excellent compensation rates and generous benefits packages to full-time staff, including five weeks paid time off, tuition reimbursement, a 401k plan and more.
Purpose and Description: The Assistant/Associate provides overall support for NASTAD’s communications activities. The Assistant/Associate works closely with the Manager, Communications and key program (domestic and global) and policy staff in a matrix-managed environment to achieve overall timely, accurate and relevant communications that advance NASTAD’s mission and activities.
The Assistant/Associate works closely with the Manager, Communications to support the development and implementation of a refined communications and branding strategy. The Assistant/Associate also supports the coordination of communications activities such as updating the website and blog, developing and sending out email newsletters, managing social media channels such as Facebook and Twitter, and editing and formatting print publications. The Assistant/Associate, under the direction of the Manager, Communications works directly with key program and policy staff to provide guidance on communications strategies and messages.
The Assistant/Associate, Communications will be motivated to work as part of a team as well as be able to develop new projects under the direction of the Manager, Communications. While the position reports to the Manager, Communications, much of the work of the position will be working directly with other policy and program staff to complete projects. Demonstrated ability to execute projects in a timely manner is required.
SUMMARY: The Professional Registered Senior Staff Nurse at Grady Health System, Atlanta, GA, is responsible for providing age appropriate, culturally and ethnically sensitive care, maintaining a safe environment, educating health care workers about healthy practices, and treatment modalities, assuring continuity of care, coordinating the care across settings and among caregivers, managing information, communicating effectively, and utilizing technology. The Senior Staff Nurse utilizes the nursing process which includes the components of assessment, nurse diagnosis, outcomes identification, planning, coordination, implementation, and evaluation. The role also includes patient advocacy, teaching, performance improvement, leadership and professional development. As a member of the health care team, demonstrates nursing expertise, as a clinician, leader, collaborator and innovator of care and services.
Graduate from an accredited school of nursing
Current Georgia License as a Registered Professional Nurse
Basic Cardiac Life Support (CPR) Certification
Three (3) years of clinical experience with at least two (2) years of experience in assigned clinical specialty
Job Information: BEAT-AIDS, San Antonio, TX, has a wonderful employement opprotunity for an HIV tester/ Small group Facilitator. Those that are interested please apply at 1017 North Main, Suite 200. You must have a high school deploma/or a GED, a vehicle, flexible hours, pass a drug screening, interested in and a passion to reducing HIV virus load in Bexar County. skills in facilitatiing small groups but not required.
Demonstrate skills in the use of common computer software utilized in the workplace.
Appropriate skills in oral and written English communication.
Ability to communicate, teach and counsel on an individual or group basis.
Ability to coordinate activities with other community organizations.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients
Ability and willingness to work directly and collaboratively with multi-lingual, multi-ethnic, and multi-racial persons who are HIV positive.