Whitman-Walker Health has one (1) opening for a part-time (16-20 hours per week) Health Educator in the Gay Men’s Health and Wellness Clinic who is responsible for the implementation and administration of a new program offering voluntary comprehensive self-administered STD testing kits to all patients who receive daytime HIV testing at Whitman-Walker Health’s Elizabeth Taylor and Max Robinson Medical Centers. The Health Educator also provides assistance as needed in all aspects of the operation of the Gay Men’s Health & Wellness Clinic.
SMYAL is seeking a highly motivated individual passionate about HIV prevention and empowering LGBTQ youth! This full-time exempt position implements all aspects of SMYAL’s HIV counseling, testing, and referral (CTR) program, including conducting HIV CTR on-site at SMYAL’s Youth Center and in the community through outreach events. This individual also coordinates outreach for SMYAL’s HIV CTR program and builds relationships with other HIV prevention programs and community stakeholders.
Under direction, the Research Specialist participates in the administration and implementation of trial research programs at the health center. This position will work directly with study participants and ensure that study protocols are followed accurately. Too, the individual will compile necessary records and perform data entry and other administrative tasks for the trials. This individual will be an active member of team of professionals that are responsible for the administration and implementation of research programs, assuring that study protocols are accurately followed at all types.
The Senior Program Manager will oversee Advocates’ cooperative agreement with CDC’s Division of Adolescent Health (DASH) to increase the capacity of targeted local education agencies (LEAs) and community-based partners to improve their programs, policies, systems and environments to meet the sexual health needs of Black and Latino young men who have sex with men (YMSM) ages 13 to19.
Whitman-Walker Health is searching enthusiastically for a medical professional to serve as a Medical Assistant in our Medical Services division. This position will provide direct clinical care under the supervision of a Licensed Practical Nurse or other clinician. The Medical Assistant will draw blood, give injections, take vital signs, and complete documentation of activities in the medical chart. Also, this position will provide general assistance throughout the patient visit and during any applicable procedures.
The Events manager is a regular, full-time position who reports directly to the Director of Events and is responsible for coordinating more than 25 black-tie “primary,” and approximately ten smaller national fund raising events annually.
The main focus is working on the National Dinner, HRC’s largest fundraising event in the country. Specific focus would be on the Silent Auction procurement of items, updating the database with new items, working at the National Dinner event (set-up and the night of) and follow-up regarding auction winning bidders.
Required to be detail-oriented; able to manage a lot of item information accurately; and have basic customer service skills. Must be able to talk on the phone with potential donors in a professional manner; research potential auction items online and through magazines; as well as communicate with volunteers working on the National Dinner Committee.
This part-time position will require 20 hours per week. The part-time assistant will work closely with legal and program staff and report directly to the Federal Policy Director. Responsibilities The part-time administrative assistant’s duties will include: Serve as administrative assistant to attorneys and staff who operate in the Washington region, including but not limited to maintaining calendars and making travel arrangements; assist Executive Director with Washington region operations and meetings as necessary…
The State Legislative Counsel/State Legislative Manager will be based in Washington, DC and will work closely with the Director of Public Policy to implement and expand Family Equality Council’s public policy agenda at the state level. The work will include advancing Family Equality Council’s policy priorities by building and managing relationships with state and local governments, participating in coalitions working on key issues for LGBT families at the state level, and monitoring and responding to key policy developments impacting LGBT families in the states.
Whitman-Walker Health has one (1) opening for a full-time Executive Assistant/Board of Directors Liaison who is responsible for providing complex administrative support to the CEO, CMO, CFO, and COO, as well as the Board of Directors. Additional support to other health center executives on all matters will be required. The EA will provide additional administrative support including exercising discretion and independent judgment related specifically to general operations of organization as directed by senior executives.