The Urban Coalition for HIV/AIDS Prevention Services (UCHAPS) is dedicated to reducing mortality and morbidity, disparities in health outcomes and the incidence of new HIV infections and collaborates with allied organizations and federal partners towards reaching these common goals. UCHAPS continually explores ways to improve the delivery of services and uses a peer technical assistance model to exchange expertise, strategies and solutions to common challenges.
UCHAPS seeks someone to coordinate peer-to-peer learning activities and deliver technical assistance; help design and implement e-learning opportunities; capture best and promising public health and social justice practices from key jurisdictions; and, nurture virtual relationships for its members and stakeholders.
The UCHAPS Program Associate duties include the following.
- Provide logistical and administrative support for membership meetings and teleconferences;
- Advertise and drive enthusiasm for participation in technical assistance opportunities;
- Collect and assess member feedback;
- Track technical assistance services;
- Record, transcribe and distribute meeting minutes, outcomes and recommendations to board, staff and membership, as appropriate;
- Maintain archive of all meeting materials, meeting calendars, agendas and presentations;
- Coordinate mailings and electronic dissemination of documents to membership;
- Coordinate travel arrangements and logistics related to membership engagements;
- Provide content to update website, newsletter, member alerts and social media channels; and
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Degree in public health, health services or related field
- Excellent communication, project management and organizational skills
- Experience with federal, state and/or local government
- Capacity-building experience
- Must be self-motivated and excel in a fast-paced environment
- Self-motivated and excel in a fast-paced environment
- Strong organization skills
- Possess interpersonal skills to work effectively in partnership with staff, HIV/AIDS prevention community leaders and public health professionals
- Proficiency using Windows, MS Office and Apple products; social media platforms; and webinar platforms.