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Author Topic: Found the Job Listing on-line today You May be the Candidate or Know Someone  (Read 1527 times)

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Offline emeraldize

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Job Posting: Director of Community Affairs

National Association of People with AIDS (NAPWA)

Job Type: full-time

Deadline Date: 8/15/2006

Position overview: The Director of Community Affairs will oversee NAPWA Community Affairs program.

Position Duties:
• Develop NAPWA membership program
• Organize volunteer program
• Supervise Community Affairs staff and program
• Communicate with NAPWA partners and constituents regularly and appropriately on public policy issues
• Implement new Community Affairs initiatives
• Write reports and grants as necessary
• Coordinate at least one (1) major national meeting with NAPWA constituents or partners
• Represent NAPWA and its constituents at various professional and community events
• Document work process, goals, objectives, successes and challenges
• Collaborate with other NAPWA staff as needed

Desirable Qualifications:
• Experience with volunteer coordination and membership programs
• Strong writing and communication skills
• Integrity about work products
• Commitment to NAPWA constituents
• Comprehensive understanding of communities affected and infected with HIV and AIDS
• Critical thinking skills and problem solving
• Excellent computer skills, including standard office applications as well as a willingness to learn other relevant technology
• Demonstrated ability to work on a team and manage staff
• Bi-lingual is helpful but not required

Minimum Education & Experience: Seven (7) years of experience in relevant programs (such as volunteer coordination, membership development, public health administration, etc.) in a senior position; or Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in an appropriate field plus six (6) years of experience; or a Masters or other graduate degree from an accredited institution in an appropriate field plus four (4) years of experience.

Desired Start Date: August 2006, pending funding

Salary & Benefits: $65,000 – $70,000 per year, depending on experience. Benefits are highly competitive.

Contact: Andrew Spieldenner, 240-247-1024 Send Email (the e-mail link didn't copy of course, so call and get it from Andrew)

Offline emeraldize

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I found a news release dated January 2006, telling of a new director's appointment, that may negate the previous job posting which did not have a date on it. I apologize if I've misled anyone--but, I'm still not 100% certain if this position is open or not. Would advise, if you are interested, to check directly with NAPWA. 

Offline ademas

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Deadline Date: 8/15/2006

That's the only date I noticed on the original post.

If someone was appointed in Jan. '06, they didn't stick around long...

Offline Dennis

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I had no idea these types of positions paid as much. 


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