Details: Commensurate with experience.
1340 Boylston Street
The Fenway Institute is the nation’s leading center for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender research and evaluation, training and education and policy and advocacy. The Institute conducts a wide range of studies on such topics as HIV risk reduction and prevention, drug treatment trials efficacy, substance abuse recovery and hepatitis transmission.
Under the direction of The Fenway Institute Director of Administration and Planning, You, the Community Engagement Manager for The Fenway Institute (TFI), will be responsible for Community Engagement (CE) with local, national and international stakeholders who engage with the research, training, education and policy division of TFI.
Establishes and implements community engagement strategies for TFI research, training/ education and policy divisions, coordinates and oversees all community engagement activities for NIH Funded Network: Clinical Research Site (CRS) and Clinical Trial Unit (CTU) including creating and implementing approved Community Engagement Plan for CRS and CTU, working in collaboration with outreach team, PIs and study teams to identify community stakeholder resources and to evaluate CE effect on study accrual activities and goals, creating and submitting required Network and Sponsor reports and plans as outlined in contracts, facilitating cross-CTU community engagement staff team meetings and calls and representing TFI CRS and the Harvard/Boston CTU at national meetings and on calls. Coordinates, fosters, guides the Harvard/Boston CTU Community Advisory Board (CAB), works on community engagement for special projects as assigned, meets agency participatory expectations and performs related duties assigned
***We strongly encourage LGBTQ-identified persons, people of color, and others from historically underrepresented communities in the mental health field to apply.***
- Degree in related field or demonstrated experience in field. (e.g. in health education, community organizing, health marketing, or other social sciences)
- 3-5 years of successfully coordinating CE activities in a professional environment required.
- Previous successful supervisory experience desired.
- Experience in the field of HIV/AIDS education and/or service delivery
- Working knowledge of challenges and needs of LGBTQ communities local and national.
- Experience working with diverse communities affected by HIV/AIDS, LGBTQ needs and Stigma.
- Demonstrated ability to manage projects and meet deadlines within a team environment
- Organizational skills and an ability to handle multiple tasks
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Ability working harmoniously with an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse individuals.
To apply, please use this link - Community Engagement Manager
**Applications without cover letters & resumes will not be considered complete**
Highly competitive benefits package available to full time & part time benefits-eligible employees!
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
To apply to this and other opportunities, please visit the Fenway Health Career Portal - http://fenwayhealth.org/employment/