Title: Capacity Building Assistance (CBA) Manager: HIV, HCV, and Opioid Use Disorders
Reports to: Senior Director of Capacity Building
Application Deadline: Wednesday, February 3, 2021
This position will be responsible for the coordination, delivery/facilitation, and implementation of Capacity Building Assistance (CBA) and Technical Assistance (TA) services to state and local health departments and jurisdictions, community-based organizations, health centers, and other community health services organizations providing HIV, sexually transmitted disease and infection (STD and STI), viral hepatitis (HAV, HBV, HCV), and behavioral and mental health services.
The CBA manager will work across national, state, and local contracts at the intersection of the opioid and infectious disease epidemics, and more specifically within HIV, viral hepatitis (HAV, HBV, HCV) and STI prevention and care fields. In addition to developing and implementing CBA/TA plans and materials, the CBA Manager will deliver and/or coordinate individualized consultation and training to build the capacity of the public health workforce. They will manage the day-to-day implementation of CBA programs and oversee CBA Coordinators to ensure program deliverables are error-free, high-quality, and meet deadlines. This CBA Manager also is responsible for planning, facilitating and/or delivering in-person and online training and education activities, including managing the development of competency-based curricula that advances knowledge and skills of HealthHIV’s various communities of learners (e.g. clinical and nonclinical providers, public health workforce, and health service clients). Specialization in generational health, health equity, social justice, racial and ethnic minority health, and LGBTQ+ health is strongly desired. The CBA Manager also will support relevant research and evaluation activities, including reviewing and interpreting national and local data and needs assessments and implementing continuous quality improvement activities.
Applicants must hold a BA or BS degree in public health, health administration, behavioral health, or a related field. An MPH or MS degree is preferred. Also required: at least 5 years of related work experience combined with the ability to demonstrate the necessary skills and abilities for this position. Candidates must have at least 3 years of experience managing CBA, TA, and/or training activities to local or state public health departments; community-based organizations; and/or health organizations that improved the programmatic, clinical, and/or administrative capacity of the organizations to provide services to individuals living with or at risk for HIV, viral hepatitis, and/or STIs. Strong competencies and experience addressing harm reduction, health equity, social justice, and the social determinants of health in the areas of HIV, viral hepatitis, sexual and behavioral health, and related support services, such as housing, are necessary. Applicants should possess experience in opioid use disorder and opioid misuse prevention/treatment, substance use prevention/treatment, HIV and viral hepatitis prevention/treatment, LGBTQ health equity, and minority health equity, access, and engagement issues.
This full-time position is based at HealthHIV’s Washington, DC office, and therefore prefer that the employee live in the Washington, DC area. Remote work from outside of the DC area may be considered.
Skills and Abilities Needed:
How to Apply:
Resumes must include a cover letter and should be submitted to email@example.com with “CBA Manager (HIV, HCV & OUD)” in the subject line. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please. Deadline for applications is Wednesday, February 3, 2021.
This job description is not inclusive of all responsibilities or duties related to the position and may be revised at any time. Other duties and responsibilities may be assigned as required by the project or the organization. Employment with HealthHIV is at-will, and as such, the employment relationship may be terminated at any time, with or without cause.