Project Faith, Faith Based HIV Prevention

December 5, 2008 at 5:38 pm Leave a comment

Title: Outreach Specialist
Program: Project Faith, Faith Based HIV Prevention
Start date: ASAP

Description: Reports to the Program Manager. Responsible for implementing Latino Faith Based HIV prevention program activities to include, but not limited to: Outreach to church leaders of all religious beliefs; conduct needs assessments; recruit faith leaders for community advisory board (CAB); conducts training workshops; coordinates 1 day faith conference; assists in developing HIV/AIDS awareness activities; increase participation of faith leaders and congregants in HIV/AIDS activities; assist in the development of program/educational materials; create and implement various program curriculums, translation of documents to Spanish; ability to transcribe; basic cleaning; and any other assignments given by management.

Office location: 111 N. Ave. 56, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Hours: Full time position – Mondays through Fridays, some weekends

Salary: 31,000/ Annually

Benefits: Medical and Dental insurance, two weeks paid vacation after one year of employment, 10 paid sick days and 11 paid holidays.

Qualifications: Must have an AA Degree, two years of experience on HIV/AIDS prevention, and should have knowledge of conducting business with churches from various denominations. Excellent communication and written skills, excellent computer skills, proficient in Windows, Microsoft Office, and other office equipment. Automobile with proper driving license and liability insurance. Should be able to work in a diverse and professional environment. Bilingual English and Spanish a plus.

Please submit resume to: Enrique Topete
Program Manager
The Wall Las Memorias Project
111 N. Ave. 56
Los Angeles, CA 90042
Phone: (323) 257-1056 ext. 24, Fax: (323) 257-1625
E-mail: etopete@thewalllasmemorias.org

The Wall Las Memorias Project is an Equal Opportunity Employer

The Wall-Las Memorias Project is dedicated to promoting wellness and preventing illness among Latino populations affected by HIV/AIDS by using the inspiration of the AIDS Monument as a catalyst for social change.

www.thewalllasmemorias.org

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