1010 Mass Ave 6th floor
The Infectious Disease Bureau (IDB) Training Program Coordinator II reports to the IDB Training Program Manager and will perform these duties:
- Coordinates activities with all Infectious Disease Bureau divisions and programs.
- Assists Infectious Disease Bureau staff including Program Managers
- Coordinates all logistical support for training activities, including venues, handouts, and registration of attendees.
- Serves as co-trainer to and is expected to serve as lead trainer on some occasions.
- Develops communication and marketing plan for all training opportunities, including flyers, e-mail distribution lists, and websites
- Maintains a database of all participants in training activities, including contact info, history of participation, and other recordkeeping
- Assists in monitoring and evaluating training activities, including satisfaction surveys, participant feedback, and focus groups
- Submits monthly and quarterly reports to supervisors and funders on all services delivered, including but not limited to: demographic information, evaluation forms, and summaries of activities.
- Maintains a directory of consultants and content experts for curriculum development and facilitation of training events.
- Serves as Team Leader on specific projects.
- Performs other duties as required.
This job description is based on the Program Coordinator Series. May be required to perform any and all duties and responsibilities of a Coordinator I, as set forth in the BPHC Coordinator Series.
Master's degree in Public Health, Health Policy Administration, or a related discipline, such as sociology, organizational psychology, public health nursing, or health communications required; OR BA/BS and 2 years of equivalent experience in public health program coordination, management and/or community organizing; OR 5 years of equivalent experience in public health program coordination, management and/or community organizing may be substituted for undergraduate degree. Licenses, certifications or program specific experience may be required by grant or program needs.
Advanced experience with and knowledge of local community agencies.
Experience designing and implementing public health or health related programs and initiatives.
Knowledge of public health, and epidemiological, outreach and educational models related to HIV and AIDS.
Demonstrated ability to establish effective communications and working relationships with community providers.
Ability to write clear, concise reports, & to follow & give written and oral instructions in a precise, understandable manner.
Experience planning community meetings and events.
Excellent organizational and oral and written communication skills.
Ability and experience working with diverse populations.
Advanced knowledge & experience with MSOffice and knowledge of data analysis and epidemiology.
Bilingual, bicultural a plus
City of Boston Residency Required, A Criminal Offenders Records Information request must be completed for this position. However, a record is not an
automatic bar to employment but is reviewed in relation to the job applied for., This position requires direct client/patient contact and as a result of such
direct contact, certain immunizations will be recommended and/or required prior to commencement of employment duties., Any position that requires an
advanced degree will be subject to education verification, This is a grant funded position, The Boston Public Health Commission is an EEO Employer and
all applicants meeting the minimum requirements are eligible to apply
$918.20 - $1,075.82
Monday - Friday 35 hours per week
Minimum Education Required