Association of Nurses in AIDS Care - Program and Education Director
This is a full-time position to lead ANAC educational efforts by developing and expanding educational and other programming services for ANAC members and the wider health care provider community and provide support and collaboration with related ANAC committees, affiliates and activities. This position reports to the Executive Director.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Develop a strategy for educational programming (content, delivery channels, audience) for ANAC members and other constituents that aligns with ANAC mission, values and strategic plan.
Team with the Executive Director and Development staff in researching and responding to funding opportunities and partnerships to support educational programming that align with ANAC mission, values and strategic plan
Develop and implement or coordinate the implementation of strategy, including educational efforts and programs. Examples include but are not limited to: webinars, on-line offerings, chapter meetings, publications and products such as white papers, tools & resource guides
Identify and coordinate the efforts of ANAC content experts from membership to provide expertise to various components of the educational strategy and implementation plan.
Develop and monitor budgets for components of the education strategy.
Collaborate with the Communications /Marketing team to develop communications and web-based tools to support educational programming
Supervise and mentor Program Manager.
Provide staff support to assigned ANAC and other related ANAC affiliates and entities as assigned, including working remotely with nursing leaders who are committee and group chairs.
Lead the on-going recruitment of ANAC volunteers for above committees and on-boarding of those selected.
Serve as a member of the ANAC CNE team. Collaborate with ANAC CNE Director in expanding and streamlining the ANAC CNE program.
Contribute to the development of programming for the ANAC annual conference
Occasional travel to ANAC chapters and other meetings as required (10-15%)
- Current licensure as a Registered Nurse.
- Knowledge and experience in aspects of nursing, inter-professional, public health, HIV or global health care
- Commitment to nursing, public health, human rights and global community.
- Independent, self-starter with organizational and analytical skills
- Proactive, can-do attitude, entrepreneurial spirit and follow-through with genuine collaborative team abilities and approaches.
- Strong oral, written and presentation skills
- Ability to support and coordinate the efforts and contributions of experienced and emerging ANAC content experts from varied nursing and related health & academic backgrounds.
Education and Experience:
- Bachelor’s degree in nursing and experience required. BSN with MSN or MPH preferred.
- Minimum five-seven years’ experience in developing and delivering health and/or nursing education and /or public health educational programming to professional audiences
- Strong project management and analytical skills with demonstrated ability to set priorities and meet competing deadlines.
- Proficient in MS Word, Power Point, Excel, Social Media tools.
Please send the following to firstname.lastname@example.org Incomplete applications will not be considered.
- cover letter with salary expectations
- recent professional writing sample
- names of two references (they won’t be contacted until after interview).
Salary is competitive with a generous benefits package. The Program and Education Director may work remotely from home (in the US) or at the ANAC office in Washington DC. Regular meetings at DC office required. Required travel expenses are covered, but there is no relocation or moving stipend provided.
The Advancing Health Professionals program of Peace Corps Response needs three volunteers with experience managing and coordinating effective and efficient health services and systems in an outpatient clinic that sees a high volume of HIV/AIDS patients. The volunteers will serve at Lighthouse Trust clinics in Malawi for 12 months to build the capacity of the clinic staff and associated medical wards and satellite clinics. They will train clinic counselors to improve counselling services for increased patient adherence to treatment and conduct regular professional development sessions for nurses and clinical staff focusing on areas such as nurse initiated antiretroviral treatment, employing effective models of care from the Malawi HIV Management Guidelines and best practices for infection control. The volunteer will also lead mentoring and training programs for staff and students, organize the workflow and patient education opportunities, and champion test and treat and other protocols to ensure they are implemented effectively and efficiently.
Volunteers receive benefits, including: transportation to and from Malawi; settling-in, living, and leave allowances; twenty-four vacation days; medical care; and, the option to receive a travel stipend in lieu of a return plane ticket after successful completion of service. The full job posting can be accessed here.
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