Reporting to the Administrative Director of Public Health Prevention Programs, the Sexual Health Program Manager has responsibility for daily oversight of grant-funded clinic-based and community-based Sexual Health prevention programs which aim to provide risk-reduction counseling, HIV/Hepatitis C/STI screening services, PrEP initiation and linkage to care services with a focus on gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men (MSM), transgender and gender nonconforming populations.
Oversee daily operations and management oversight of the following grant-funded sexual health prevention projects
- Publicly funded HIV, STI, and Hepatitis C clinic-based and community-based counseling and testing services that are targeted to gay/bi/MSM and transgender communities, including services at Fenway’s low-threshold STI clinic.
- Navigation and high-impact prevention services to assure that HIV-positive clients are linked to, and retained in, medical care and essential support services (in coordination with care management activities of the Medical Department);
- Navigation and high-impact prevention services for gay/bi/MSM and transgender communities, especially HIV-negative persons at high-risk for infection, including PrEP initiation and adherence support
- Associated community education, program promotion, and outreach activities including educational campaigns; social marketing and service promotion; event- and venue-based outreach and condom distribution; and community forums and other group health education programs on medication adherence, PEP, PrEP and other prevention topics.
- Provide occasional direct client services based on clinic coverage needs, including phone coverage and navigation services
Implement work plans and provide programmatic development and support
- Manage program evaluation and data collection activities of all program staff and serve as liaison with staff of the Data and Evaluation teams. Compare data to programmatic benchmarks to ensure program deliverables are met.
- Prepare required reports for funders as well as monthly internal reports summarizing activity and outcome data to evaluate program performance and inform continuous improvement strategies;
- Maintain regular communication with related Fenway Health departments, including the research and policy arms of The Fenway Institute, to monitor new developments and opportunities for applying scientific findings or replicating promising programs, procedures and practices;
- Build and maintain relationships with collaborating agencies with which Fenway Health has or could have subcontracts, service agreements, or referral arrangements related to HIV Prevention Programs, with a focus on agencies that extend Fenway Health’s ability to serve hard-to-reach or disparately impacted sub-populations such as younger MSM and transgender individuals, people of color, those who are foreign-born, and those who use IV drugs or other substances;
- Establish and maintain referral and outreach agreements for events and venues where outreach and promotion activities occur, including settings that extend Fenway Health’s ability to serve hard-to-reach or disparately impacted sub-populations such as younger MSM and transgender individuals, people of color, those who are foreign-born, and those who use IV drugs or other substances;
- Stay abreast of latest development in public health science related to HIV/AIDS and LGBTQIA+ health;
- Under the direction of the Director, and in coordination with the Communications Department, assist in preparation of program promotional materials, press releases, Board reports, newsletter articles, and/or blog entries;
- Assist with developing programs and writing grant proposals as needed to sustain and enhance prevention, education and screening services;
- Manage program budgets and subcontracts.
- Implement robust processes for quality control and quality improvement to support safe and client-centered clinical processes
- Supervise, directly or through direct reports, a team of full-time employees, hourly outreach staff, interns and volunteers as needed;
- Develop work plans and convene regular meetings of staff and/or teams as needed to assure progress against program deliverables.
- Bachelor’s degree in Public Health or related field required.
- A minimum of 5 years’ experience in public health/health care/human services required, including at least two (2) years with responsibility for program implementation and management of staff.
- Experience with health promotion/prevention, specifically within communities of color, the LGBTQIA+ community, HIV/STIs and HIV prevention
- Strong project planning skills as well as an ability to contribute creative yet practical solutions to problems
- Phlebotomy experience or an interest in becoming trained in phlebotomy
- Ability to work harmoniously and effectively with colleagues, patients, clients and vendors across the spectrum of diversity, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, color, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, socio-economic status, national origin and immigrant status, religious or spiritual identity, disability (physical, mental, emotional and developmental), veteran status, and/or limited English proficiency.
- Willingness to contribute towards Fenway’s efforts in becoming an anti-racist organization and promoting a culture dedicated to ongoing development in service of humility, equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging, where differences are acknowledged and valued.
- Master’s degree in Public Health or related field, and/or clinical degree
- Experience working with electronic medical records
- Bilingual and/or bicultural (Spanish and/or Portuguese)
- Ability to multi-task and manage several projects in parallel, paying attention to detail
- Ability to meet deadlines and work within a team-based environment
- Experience with EPIC electronic medical record system
- Ability to forge cross-functional working relationships with internal teams and external project partners
- Demonstrated excellent written and oral communication skills
- Experience implementing a variety of grants and contracts, and overseeing budgets
We offer competitive salaries, and for those who qualify, an excellent benefits package; including comprehensive medical and dental insurance plans, and a retirement plan with employer match. We also provide 12 paid holidays, paid vacation, and more.LGBTQIA+ identified persons, Black, Indigenous, and other people of color (BIPOC), and individuals from other historically underrepresented communities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Highly experienced individuals may be compensated at a higher rate.