Title: Coordinator - HIV Prevention A Activities $20.62 - $32.30 / Posted thru: 5-8-19
Employee Name: TBD
Supervisor: Chris Finch
Purpose: This individual in this position is responsible for development and implementation of HIV prevention referral related activities for the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services (MDHHS). This position functions under the direction of the Risk Reduction Activities Consultant to ensure development of standards, protocols and quality improvement plans to support the coordination of HIV prevention activities to the high risk and People Living With HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) population.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Employee Name: TBD
Supervisor: Chris Finch
Purpose: This individual in this position is is responsible for development and imp implementation of HIV prevention referral rel related activities for the Michigan Dep Department of Health & Human Services (MD (MDHHS). This position functions under the dir direction of the Risk Reduction Activities Con Consultant to ensure development of sta standards, protocols and quality improvement pla plans to support the coordination of HIV pre prevention activities to the high risk and Peo People Living With HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) pop population.
Duties and Responsibilities: • Plan and implement HIV prevention p programs including special initiatives with f funded agencies. • Assist with providing oversight to public health department staff and community-based organizations to enhance partner services delivery and direct effective partner services activities.
based organizations to enhance partner s services delivery and direct effective p partner services activities. • Coordinate with strategic partners t to develop program initiatives to promote l linkages of HIV infected clients into care. • Assist with the dissemination of Preparation & Readiness Evaluation Period (PrEP) information to public health department staff and community-based o organizations. • Assist with the recruitment, a activities and continued participation of P PrEP Community Advisory Board members. • Assist with curricula development a and support to other programs within MDHHS. • Assist prevention staff with the provision of technical assistance, in-services and training to community services and training to community-based o organizations, providers, local health d departments regarding partner services, l linkage to care and counseling, testing & r referral. • Consult with data teams to monitors P PS/ Evaluation Web and initiate user access t to both systems. • Collaborate with data teams to p promote and train on PS/ Evaluation web to i improve data quality. • Assist with the monitoring of funded agencies progress through E-grams and in p partnerships with Grants and Contracts. • Assist with the development, implementation and maintain comprehensive training plans including Partner Service certification training to public health and community-based organizations. • Participate in technical assistance site-visits to public health and community-based organizations.
based organizations. • Assist with accreditation visits w with public health as needed. • Assist with the development of m marketing tools for prevention services. • Contribute to Division activities i including development of strategic plans, s special projects, and MDHHS teams. • Assist with CDC grant writing, i including progress reports. • Participate in all required meetings a and trainings, including confidentiality and s security trainings and sign oath of c confidentiality. • Other duties assign by the supe supervisor, unit manager, section manager, or d or division director.
Education: Possession of a Bachelor’s degree in he in health, public health or public health relat related fields such as nursing, epide epidemiology, health education, public admin administration with a health care admin administration concentration, behavioral or socia social science.
Experience: Two years of professional exp experience in an equivalent position of this typ type. Highly desirable: Experience in wor working with HIV/AIDS communities.
Important Skills and Characteristics: • Commitment to health equity and s serving the underserved populations in M Michigan. • Ability to facilitate independent j judgment effectively. • High level of initiative and a accountability. • Excellent oral and written c communications. • Ability to effectively communicate w with diplomacy and compassion under c challenging circumstances. • Able to work well in team s situations. • Ability to conceptualize changing h health care systems, and effectively and e efficiently implement new program direction. • Complete work in timely manner and h handle multiple tasks at one time with m minimal or no supervision. • Proficiency in Microsoft Office ap applications and familiarity with em email/internet browser software.
Work Environment and Physical Requirements: Standard office environment. Requires valid vehicle operator’s license where needed to perform duties of the position. Frequent deadlines. In-state travel for site visits, trainings and/or meetings and out-of-state trave travel for responsibilities related to fundi funding and duties.
RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE WORK OF OTHERS: No ass assigned responsibilities.
IMPACT ON PROJECTS, SERVICES AND O OPERATIONS: Performs as a critical member o of a team of professionals working to reduce t transmission of HIV and to ensure access to a and retention in care for persons in M Michigan infected with HIV.