TITLE: EtE Planning Associate
REPORTS TO: Senior Advisor for Health Policy, Nashville Mayor's Office
POSITION: Temporary Part-Time Non-Exempt (Calendar Year 2018) OR contract Consultant
"Ending the Epidemic" in Nashville is a commitment by Mayor Megan Barry, the Metro Public Health Department and community stakeholders to develop and implement a plan to end the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Nashville. Similar to "EtE" initiatives in other U.S. cities, the planning process will span several months (through calendar year 2018) and involve seating of a task force and working committees who will develop recommendations to achieve that goal of ending the local epidemic. It is hoped that the plan can serve as a model for other cities in Tennessee, thereby ending the epidemic in the state as a whole.
The Nashville process is supported nationally by the Treatment Action Group and locally by the Care Foundation of Tennessee with Nashville CARES serving as fiscal agent. Through a Memorandum of Understanding between Nashville CARES and Metro Nashville, the Associate with be an employee or contracted consultant with Nashville CARES but work under the supervision of the Mayor's Senior Advisor for Health Policy. Job responsibilities and qualifications are described below.
The Planning Associate provides planning, operational, administrative, and communications support for a community process to develop a plan to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Nashville. Scope of work will run through calendar year 2018 for approximately 20 hours per week.
Assist with structuring the work of the ETE Task Force, Coordinating Committee and working committees;
Schedule and attend committee meetings;
Help facilitate meetings as needed and directed;
Take minutes of and/or otherwise document data, decisions and recommendations produced by committees;
Maintain project database and other project records/archives;
Maintain project web site;
Assist with compilation of recommendations and creation of final report;
Help produce community summit to present final report;
Perform other duties as assigned.
Excellent organizational and communications skills;
Ability to manage details while focusing on "big picture" issues;
Strong writing skills;
Experience with group facilitation and planning;
Strong computer skills (Word, Excell, etc.);
Knowledge of HIV/AIDS issues and issues related to health equity and social justice an asset;
Passion for community health improvement;
Flexibility with regard to work hours;
Current driver's license, clean DMV record and vehicle liability insurance.
Applications: Send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to: HR/Bracey, Nashville CARES, 633 Thompson Lane, Nashville, TN 37204 or via FAX to 615-259-9127. Word/PDF-only documents may be emailed to HR-Bracey@nashvillecares.org with "EtE Planning Associate" in the subject line. Search has no deadline; we seek to hire or contract with the first qualified applicant.