State Of Wisconsin Madison , WI 53706
The HIV Care Supervisor is responsible for developing and directing a statewide system of HIV Care Programs for the Wisconsin Division of Public Health, including the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP), the Insurance Assistance Program (IAP), federal Ryan White and state funded care and support services provided by local agencies. The HIV Care Supervisor will provide direct supervision to staff that is responsible for implementing various HIV Programs.
This position is also responsible for developing an overall strategy for the delivery of HIV care services that will assure the efficient integration of each individual program into a comprehensive, non-duplicative statewide HIV care system. Responsibilities include supervising, managing and directing personnel; administrative, fiscal liaison; and reporting activities of the programs, including all activities associated with securing and implementing funding and contracting in support of the Programs.
The HIV Care Supervisor plays a major role in leading and promoting local development and capacity building designed to increase HIV care services to affected populations. This position will coordinate a system to assure timely implementation of all HIV care contracts to local agencies and the provision of contract monitoring to those agencies.
The impact of this position is to reduce the morbidity associated with HIV disease through case identification, early intervention and case managed referral to quality HIV care systems.
Due to the nature of these positions, all applicants will be required to allow the Department of Health Services to conduct a background check to determine whether the circumstances of any convictions may be related to the job being filled.
This position requires the ability to drive a State vehicle or the ability to provide one's own transportation. In order to become authorized to drive a State vehicle, you must meet the requirements of the State of Wisconsin Fleet Policy, which are:
Must have a valid driver's license;
Must have minimum of two years licensed driving experience;
Must be 18 years of age
Additionally, your driving record MUST NOT reflect any of the following conditions:
Three or more moving violations and/or at-fault accidents in the past two years;
Operating While Intoxicated (OWI)/Driving Under the Influence (DUI) citation within the past 12 months;
Suspension or revocation of driver's license.
The minimum requirement of this position are as follows:
Experience with public health programs and services specifically related to communicable diseases such as HIV infection, STDs, or hepatitis C infection, etc.
Experience with strategic planning such as: development of goals and objectives; program work plans, staff resources, and prioritization; funding deliverables; program evaluation/implementation, etc.
Supervisory or leadership experience performing duties such as leading a multidisciplinary team, reviewing work of others, hiring/disciplining staff, training, etc.
Experience providing consultation/guidance or technical assistance to local health departments, organizations, agencies, and/or internal and external stakeholders.
Strong oral communication skills.
In addition, well-qualified candidates will have:
Experience with the preparation and submission of federal reports, grant applications, and/or contracts.
Experience with public health systems and services, specifically related to HIV infection.
Experience with health insurance coverage, including private insurance, Medicaid, Medicare and the ACA Marketplace.