Viral Hepatitis Program Manager
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CDC Foundation

1,001-5,000 employees

Mobilizes resources for critical public health protection
Company Overview
The CDC Foundation stands out for its unique role as the only entity authorized by Congress to mobilize private-sector resources to support the CDC's health protection mission, demonstrating its industry leadership and competitive advantage. Its culture of collaboration is evident in its partnerships with various organizations, corporations, and individuals, which have resulted in approximately 1,000 programs and over $740 million raised since 1995. The Foundation's technical innovation and commitment to public health are showcased in its recent initiatives, such as the development of a guide to help health departments better serve homeless populations, who are at a higher risk for infectious diseases.
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Atlanta, Georgia

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Illinois, USA
Experience Level
Desired Skills
  • Bachelor's degree from an appropriately accredited institution required and master's degree in public health or health related program is preferred
  • Requires prior administrative experience at a state or local level managing infectious disease
  • Ability to coordinate and maintain cooperative working relationships with stakeholders, community groups and local health departments
  • Skill in program analysis and evaluation
  • Self-motivated with exceptional organizational skills and high attention to detail
  • Exceptional oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills
  • Strong cultural competency and collaboration skills with the ability to work effectively in an environment with diverse cultures, multiple perspectives, and competing needs
  • Knowledge and experience in informatics would be an added advantage
  • Works with jurisdiction staff to develop and implement/enhance systems and processes to ensure consistent, high-quality project management
  • Fosters and maintains peer-to-peer relationships with subject matter experts, donors, partners, and other stakeholders aimed at efficient and effective program implementation
  • Prioritizes, implements, and evaluates statewide viral hepatitis program goals and objectives based on viral hepatitis epidemiology or data, guidance from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and input from community representatives and stakeholders
  • Collaborates with STI, HIV, harm reduction, substance treatment, mental health, homeless services, and other related programs to develop and implements policies, standard operating procedures, rules, regulations, and quality assurance measures for monitoring hepatitis B and C screening and immunization for hepatitis A and B vaccines to at-risk adults, and linkage to care and treatment
  • Coordinates with the HIV Prevention, Evaluation, Surveillance, and Direct Services Units and other entities (e.g., STI Section, Center for Minority Health Services, Department of Alcohol and Substance Abuse, Prevention and Care Regional Lead Agents, etc.) on the collection, compilation, and presentation of programmatic information and