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PROGRAM MGR II
University of Alabama at Birmingham in Birmingham, Alabama
 
 
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Date Posted 03/17/2022
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Admin-Other Administrative Positions
Employment Type
Application Deadline Open until filled
 
 
 
 
 

PROGRAM MGR II - (T195623)

Description

 

The Southeast STI Prevention and Training Center (PTC) is a regional collaboration between a group of nationally respected experts in STI training and research. The center is comprised of faculty and staff from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), the University of North Carolina (UNC), the Jefferson County Department of Health (JCDH) and the North Carolina Department of Health (NCDOH). Utilizing faculty from each collaborating institution it provides regional STI/HIV prevention training for the Southern Region of the United States. A priority of the Southeast PTC is the integration of HIV prevention and diagnostic services into STI specialty clinics found in counties with high rates of HIV and identified as critical sites for intervention as a part of the Ending the HIV Epidemic Initiative. The Southeast PTC currently supports efforts in 5 clinics.


General Responsibilities
The Program Manager II to support HIV education and technical support programs for the Alabama AIDS Education Training Center (AETC) and the Southeast HIV/STI Prevention Training Center. The program manager is responsible for administratively managing educational activities, clinical consultation and technical assistance to healthcare professionals and healthcare organizations to integrate state-of-the-science in comprehensive care for those living with or affected by HIV in the state of Alabama. 

  • Administratively manage HIV prevention education and technical assistance efforts for public health department specialty STI clinics located in counties targeted for Ending the HIV Epidemic in AL, GA, and NC. 
  • Report to the Alabama AETC and Southeast PTC Primary Investigators. 
  • Supervise the Program Coordinator for HIV Education and Technical Support Programs.


Key Duties & Responsibilities
Manage from concept through completion of learning events related to HIV care and prevention in a variety of formats (i.e., virtual-lectures, symposia, workshops, preceptorships, newsletters) and for diverse healthcare audiences. Conduct and manage clinical case consultations and coaching for healthcare providers in the management of prevention of HIV. Guides program coordinator position and collaborates with data and fiscal leads. Manages training budget, program income and back-up documentation processes, develops vendor contracts and approves spending. Manages group clinical consultations to build skills in HIV care delivery and prevention. Provides HIV coaching for capacity building and technical assistance to facilitate organizational improvement in HIV prevention and HIV care delivery.Attend and actively participate in required teleconferences, calls, in person events with the SE AETC Central Office, National Network of PTCs, and other partners. Increase the reach of the AETC throughout Alabama using a wide range of marketing strategies and communications initiatives. 


Responsibilities

  • Identify and facilitate opportunities for preceptorships in HIV care for medical and nursing students, residents and fellows as well as novice to experienced clinical, social service and behavioral health providers. 
  • Build relationships that introduce HIV prevention, diagnosis and treatment into the curriculums of health professional schools in Alabama. 
  • Develop procedures to effectively evaluate career development programs and services for graduate and postdoctoral trainees; survey trends and challenges at similar institutions and make informed recommendations for programming.
  • Complete monthly reports on program and project status and review event and evaluation data identifying examples of AETC program impact and outcomes 
  • Assess the HIV/STI educational needs of providers in AL through focus groups, online surveys and communities of practice and identify knowledge gaps, Monitor work plan completion and develop HIV training initiatives which improve outcomes along the HIV Care Continuum (HIV prevention, testing, engagement and retention in care, treatment and viral suppression). 
  • Develop and maintain relationships with AL Advisory Council Members, Ryan White Funded Entities, Federal Qualified Health Centers, Department of Health providers and other clinical organizations to increase access to HIV/STI education.
  • Perform other duties as assigned
  • Salary 
    $51270 - $83300 annually

     

    Qualifications

     

    Requirements

    • Bachelor's degree in a related field 
    • Five (5) years of related experience required.

    Work experience may NOT substitute for education requirement. 

    Preferences

    • Master's degree in relevant field
    • Proven record of successful and efficient project management  
    • Previous adult education program or curriculum development


    Experience or interest in ending HIV as an epidemic and improving health equity

     
    Primary Location
    : University
    Job Category
    : Clerical & Administrative
    Organization
    : 311402400 Med - Infectious Diseases
    Employee Status
    : Regular
    Shift: Day/1st Shift
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