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POSITION DESCRIPTION TITLE: Program Manager LOCATION: The Gay and Lesbian Latino AIDS Education Initiative GALAEI

I SUPERVISION: Executive Director POSITION: Full-time (35 hours weekly) FUNCTION: The position of Program Manager serves to plan, implement, and evaluate programs; supervise program coordination; manage staff & volunteer resources; and assist in research, program development, and agency operations. The Program Manager must have supervisory and HIV/AIDS service delivery experience, outstanding organizational and management skills, excellent administrative abilities, loyalty to the organization, and dedication to the constituency we serve.
Major Responsibilities Implement and evaluate the implementation of HIV/AIDS and related programs to ensure contract compliance Develop and manage Annual Work Plans for programs and Quarterly Individual Work Plans with program staff Provide weekly supervision to program staff, focusing on program goals, identifying individuals strengths and challenges, and completing Supervisory Progress Note; also to maintain open door policy for staff Participate in biweekly supervision with E.D. to review Supervisory Progress Notes Complete Annual Job Performance Evaluation for all program staff Maintain records, document activities, and prepare quarterly reports to submit to E.D. Communicate effectively on a regular basis the status of program activities and initiatives Assist in program and agency compliance with funding guidelines, contracts, policies, regulations, and industry standards including analyzing and preparing data reports Provide administrative support to Executive Director (i.e. timesheets, supply inventory/ordering, tokens to staff and clients, etc.) Assist in representing and advocating for the organization and/or Latino and LGBT communities affected by HIV/AIDS Assist in development and planning of new and existing programs Assist in identifying service needs and coordinating community input/feedback and participation Conduct various presentations and trainings to program staff, clients, and community members as needed Other duties as assigned Major Qualifications & Skills Minimum of Bachelors Degree Must be bilingual Spanish and English and culturally literate Experience in supervising and evaluating staff, interns and volunteers Experience in administration, program delivery, and data analysis to assess program goals Experience in HIV/AIDS services, social services, health education, community organizing, etc. Sensitivity to, knowledge of, and experience working with Latino and LGBT communities and people living with HIV/AIDS Experience and proven track record of HIV/AIDS program delivery and evaluation Experience in marketing, mass communications, and public relations Experience in professional presentations, curriculum development, and training Must be highly organized and able to work under pressure Must be dynamic, creative, and highly self-motivated Excellent writing and communication skills

Computer skills in MS Office applications including word processing, presentation, spreadsheet, internet, and data base management