NASTAD (51-200 Employees, 2 Yr Employee Growth Rate)

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Company Description

 NASTAD is a leading non-partisan non-profit association that represents public health officials who administer HIV and hepatitis programs in the U.S. Our mission is to advance the health and dignity of people living with and impacted by HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis, and intersecting epidemics by strengthening governmental public health and leveraging community partnerships.

Our work advances NASTAD’s four strategic priorities: 1) Strengthen public health systems for HIV and hepatitis prevention, surveillance, and care; 2) Advance health and racial equity, and stigma elimination, focusing on disparately impacted communities; 3) Implement integrated approaches to address HIV, hepatitis, STIs, harm reduction, and the social determinants of health; 4) Strengthen organizational excellence within NASTAD and its member jurisdictions.

NASTAD serves as the Systems Coordination Provider (SCP) for the 47 Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) Parts A and B jurisdictions funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA-20-078), as part of the Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America (EHE) initiative. As part of this work, NASTAD develops tools and resources to support health departments in EHE Phase I jurisdictions improve coordination across health systems and collaboration with key stakeholder groups.

 

NASTAD Background

Our Mission & Vision

NASTAD is a leading non-partisan non-profit association that represents public health officials who administer HIV and hepatitis programs in the U.S. Our mission is to advance the health and dignity of people living with and impacted by HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis, and intersecting epidemics by strengthening governmental public health and leveraging community partnerships. Our vision is a world committed to ending HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis, and intersecting epidemics. We want to center racial justice, anti-racism and anti-white supremist principles as we think about, approach and conduct our work.

 

Our Values

NASTAD believes that:

·       every person has equal value and dignity;

·       access to quality healthcare is a basic human right;

·       we have an obligation to dismantle systems that perpetuate social and racial injustice.

 

Our Guiding Principles

Equity – we advance the right and dignity of all people by dismantling oppressive systems and centering those most impacted by the syndemic.

Harm Reduction – we ensure people are free to make their own choices and we empower them to live safe, healthy lives.

Personal Growth and Development – we invest in opportunities for entry into and advancement within NASTAD and the public health workforce.

Community – we continually engage with public health and community leaders to learn, connect, empower and ultimately improve lives.

Evidence Informed Innovation – we use data-driven and community informed strategies to provide technical assistance, capacity building and advocacy,

Accountability and Transparency – we hold ourselves accountable to people living with and impacted by HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis and intersecting epidemics; and we provide comprehensive, timely and accurate information to our staff, members and external partners.

 

Our Strategic Priorities

1.     Strengthen public health systems for HIV and hepatitis prevention, surveillance, and care.

2.     Advance health and racial equity, and stigma elimination, focusing on disparately impacted communities.

3.     Strengthen organizational excellence within NASTAD and its member jurisdictions.

4.     Implement integrated approaches HIV, hepatitis, STIs, harm reduction, and the social determinants of health.

 

Our Work

NASTAD is a $15 million member association comprised of health departments’ HIV/AIDS and hepatitis program directors in all 50 U.S. states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, seven local jurisdictions receiving direct funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the U.S. affiliated Pacific Island jurisdictions. The local jurisdictions are Baltimore, Chicago, Los Angeles County, Houston, New York City, Philadelphia, and San Francisco. The U.S. affiliated Pacific Island jurisdictions are American Samoa, Guam, the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, Northern Mariana Islands, and Palau.

 

NASTAD’s seven programmatic teams—Health Care AccessHealth Systems IntegrationPolicy & Legislative AffairsHepatitisPreventionHealth Equity, and Drug User Health—interpret and influence policies, conduct trainings, offer technical assistance, and provide advocacy mobilization for health departments to improve health outcomes for people living with HIV and hepatitis. NASTAD’s operations team (finance, human resources, administration, etc.) is an integral part of its work and supports programs to advance NASTAD’s mission and values. The organization is governed by, and works closely with, a Board of Directors composed of 23 elected public health department members.

 

NASTAD is largely funded by federal grants from HRSA (Health Resources and Services Administration) and the CDC. Our current staff headcount is 66, including 19 staff working remotely outside of the DC/Maryland/Virginia area. NASTAD follows a flexible remote work policy allowing staff to work from the office, telework, and work remotely. NASTAD has one office located in the District of Columbia. At this time, NASTAD does not have any operations or staff overseas.

 

 

Job Description

The Manager, Health Care Access, plays a vital role in expanding the organization’s Public Health Systems objectives, including the support of Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RHWAP) Part B recipients and AIDS Drug Assistance Programs (ADAPs). Under supervision from the Associate Director and in close collaboration with the Director, the Manager will lead many of the program’s RWHAP Part B and ADAP training and technical assistance efforts, including those supported by NASTAD’s cooperative agreement with the Health Resources and Services Administration HIV/AIDS Bureau. The Manager will also provide quantitative analytics and qualitative analyses to support Health Care Access team monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) efforts; the National RWHAP Part B and ADAP Monitoring Project (including its annual report); and the ADAP Crisis Task Force (ACTF).

 

The ideal candidate will be a self-starter, able to develop and execute new projects and work with minimal direction. Demonstrated ability to execute projects in a timely manner is also required.

Qualifications

  • Assess state health department HIV care and treatment program needs, and both develop and lead training and technical assistance to RWHAP Part B programs and ADAPs on a variety of administrative, operational, and capacity issues.

§  Provide quantitative and qualitative analysis to support MEL, National RWHAP Part B and ADAP Monitoring Project, and ACTF priorities.

  • Represent NASTAD and its positions at meetings, briefings, and consultations related to state HIV care and treatment programs.

§  Provide timely support to and interaction with NASTAD’s members through responsive and innovative messaging, mentoring, networking and technical assistance activities.

  • Perform other duties and special projects as assigned.
  • Include a RESUME and COVER LETTER

 

Experience/ Education

  • Bachelor’s degree in public health, public policy, social science or related field, or any equivalent combination of training, education, and lived experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position.
  • Four to five years of progressive relevant experience (relevant educational, professional, and live experience will be considered.

§  Experience working with cross-functional teams.

§  Demonstrated knowledge of RWHAP, particularly Part B and ADAP.

§  Prior experience working in HIV is preferred.

 

Minimum Competencies

§  Leadership: Integrates in their work a strategic vison and critical analysis that optimizes success for projects, and organizational priorities as applicable.

§  Communications: Strategically communicates internally and externally in a clear, concise, respectful, and trauma-informed manner; simplifies complicated concepts and communicates them clearly regardless of the situation or audience.

§  Teamwork: Proactively contributes toward the completion of team tasks and team building. Champions an anti-racist, collaborative, and supportive organizational team culture.

§  Reliability and Adaptability: Takes ownership of own objectives and performance. Independently completes tasks in a timely and consistent manner. Adapts to, and integrates in own tasks, changes in work environment, priorities, and organizational needs.

§  Problem Solving and Analytical Thinking: Takes a solutions-focused approach to problem solving: identifies a problem, finds the root cause, and structures logical solutions. Able to solve problems by analyzing situations and applying critical thinking to resolve the

Additional Information

  • Salary range – $61,200 – $64,800
  • Interest in working with a national HIV/AIDS and viral hepatitis public health organization.
  • Interest in working within a diverse environment.
  • Willingness to travel up to 25% (after covid-related travel restrictions are lifted).

 

We encourage people of diverse ages, sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions, disabilities, religions, races, ethnicities, socioeconomic statuses, work, and life experiences to apply. We recognize that to accelerate the end of the HIV and hepatitis epidemics, our workforce must be representative of groups that have been disproportionately impacted.

 

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

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