Reports to: Director of Support Services

Classification: Full-Time | Exempt

Salary & Benefits: $65,000 - $75,000.

The Center offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, 401K with an employer contribution, voluntary life and LTD/STD insurance, paid parental, family care and gender affirming healthcare leave. We also offer a generous paid time off policy.

Schedule: Generally Monday through Friday. Work days and hours may shift depending on scheduling needs; typical schedule is 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Summary: The HIV and Sexual Health Services Manager is responsible for leading a spectrum of HIV and Sexual Health services offered at The Center, which includes HIV testing and counseling, HEPC testing, sexual health and wellness education, community events, as well as overseeing outreach, and training relevant to HIV testing and sexual health education, prevention and care.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Work with the Director of Support Services and other program directors to provide administrative oversight for The Center’s federal SAMHSA contract and the Health and HIV prevention contracts funded by Public Health Solutions (PHS) and DOHMH.
  • Provide direct supervision and support to four HIV and Sexual Health direct service staff members, including outreach staff, testing staff, training staff, and interns, as needed, to ensure that deliverables are being met for all contracts and programs.
  • Work with the Center Support team and Director of Support Services to expand sexual health services by targeting grant and funding opportunities to support education, training, outreach, and direct services.
  • Manage the HIV and HEP C testing and counseling services offered at The Center by ensuring ongoing quality assurance, delivering training on policies and procedures, and providing regular updates to the Medical Director.
  • Expand HIV and Sexual Health programming with a focus on sexual health services and education for community and partner organizations.
  • Coordinate with the Center Support Mental Health team to support groups and community events.
  • Oversee regular training for service providers on Health, HIV, and the LGBTQIA+ community through The Center Training Institute and at external agencies, as well as an annual internal training on HIV Confidentiality for Center staff and interns.
  • Participate and engage in community efforts including Health and HIV coalitions, groups, steering committees, and various professional groups.
  • Work closely with other departments to submit grant proposals and contract reports for relevant programming.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Position Requirements:

  • At least three (3) to five (5) years of previous experience and demonstrated ability and aptitude in program and people management.
  • Bachelor's degree preferred or relevant education and professional experience.
  • Bilingual or multilingual preferred. Language preferences: Spanish, Bengali, Russian, and/or French-Creole.
  • Strong, demonstrated experience and skills in program development, project management, event production, volunteer/staff supervision, community organizing, and outreach.
  • Experience leading teams through a supportive and collaborative approach.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Previous experience, from a trauma-informed perspective, in working with individuals that have experience working with survivors of crimes and their families, including survivors of intimate partner violence, hate crimes and violent crimes.
  • Significant knowledge, understanding and experience working with LGBTQ+, TGNC, POC, and Immigrant populations, including knowledge of the spectrum of gender identity, transgender issues, immigration, and POC issues.
  • Good interpersonal skills and ability to work with a wide range of work styles and cultural backgrounds.
  • A flexible, creative, and assertive self-starter is a must.
  • Experience working effectively in coalitions with diverse communities and an understanding of the intersectionality of oppressions.
  • Commitment to inclusive, multicultural programming; prior experience working within coalitions with diverse communities and an understanding of intersectional oppressions.
  • A strong commitment to social justice and the mission of The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center.

The Center’s Commitment to Equity & Inclusivity:

The Center was born of community activism in response to the AIDS epidemic, ensuring a place for LGBTQ people to access information, care, and support that they were not receiving elsewhere. We opened in 1983 to help people who had doors constantly closed in their faces, ostracized by family, friends, and shunned by the general society. Since that time, we have continually provided a wide array of services and programs to serve our community, with an intentional focus on providing support to those who are most vulnerable. We have always taken great care to be a space that responds to community need; engaging in diversity, equity and inclusion work is another outgrowth of those ongoing efforts. We recognize that in order to help LGBTQ individuals and our diverse community achieve parity in health, justice, opportunity and success outcomes, our organization must hold a strong foundation and competency in, as well as invest organizational focus on, equity and inclusion frameworks, practices and policies. This is also true in our hiring and retention of staff.

The Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.