End Hep C SF (EHCSF) is a multi-sector collective impact initiative that utilizes evidence-based practices, community wisdom, and the creative leveraging of resources to work toward hepatitis C elimination in San Francisco. Launched in 2016, the city-based hepatitis C elimination initiative EHCSF has over 120 members representing 38 organizations. The initiative is both privately and publicly funded.
The EHCSF Strategic Director will assist all workgroups and members by supporting the overall execution of the initiative’s strategic plan while supporting the direction of day-to-day operations. This position will focus on engaging impacted populations through the community navigator program and community meetings, manage initiative grants and budgets, and conceptualize and execute EHCSF community events.
This is a full-time (40 hours per week), grant-funded, benefited position provided by End Hep C SF’s fiscal sponsor Public Health Foundation. The person filling this position will mostly work from home, with increasing in-person commitments as COVID restrictions abate in coming years.
Under supervision of the SFDPH Viral Hepatitis Coordinator and the Coordinating Committee, the EHCSF Strategic Director will oversee the End Hep C SF initiative with a focus on the initiative’s growth and direction, relationships with local and national communities involved in HCV elimination, and grants management and development. This position acts as supervisor to the End Hep C SF Program Coordinator.
Other Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities
EHCSF encourages people with lived experience of hepatitis C, homelessness and substance use, people of color, and queer-identified people to apply
Please submit your resume with a cover letter describing your interest in this position for consideration.
Job Type: Full-time
COVID-19 considerations: All staff work remotely until future public health department guidance permits.
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End Hep C SF (EHCSF) is a multi-sector collective impact initiative that utilizes evidence-based practices, community wisdom, and the creative leveraging of resources to work toward hepatitis C elimination in San Francisco. Launched in…