Deadline: Closed (was removed from site)
Under supervision from the CBA HIV Program Manager, the CBA HIV Specialist will be responsible for the design, development, implementation, and evaluation of culturally relevant health promotion and disease prevention initiatives consistent with CBA goal and objectives as outlined in the funding announcement and work plan. The CBA HIV Specialist will develop and deliver capacity building curricula/training modules and educational materials; participate in community outreach; assist in establishing relationships with community partners that will serve to elevate the health status of Northern Plains Trial community. In addition, the Health Educator will work closely with tribal health departments, grassroots community coalitions, Indian Health Services, and a network of professionals to develop tribal capacity toward planning, implementing, evaluating, and sustaining HIV/AIDS prevention programs.
The Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Health Board (GPTCHB), provides technical assistance in the arena of epidemiology and data analysis for its member tribes. GPTCHB engages university partners to meet applied public health research needs, and serves as a liaison between the Aberdeen Area IHS and the Northern Plains tribes. The GPTCHB advocates nationally for improved Indian Health policies on behalf of the 17 Federally Recognized Tribes, the nearly 170,000 tribal members in the four-state region of SD, ND, NE and IA.
For more information and to apply, visit the Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Health Board site and click on Employment Opportunities.