Essential Functions: Reporting to the Project Director, the position will plan, conduct, and administer training programs sponsored by the Midwest AIDS Training and Education Center (MATEC) located within the Division of Infectious Diseases in the School of Medicine. The position will provide expert clinical consultation and technical assistance to healthcare providers and agencies, and health profession schools across Michigan. The position will also be responsible for various projects including Ending the HIV Epidemic; Covid-19 Project; Managing the HIV/HCV/STD/OUD Syndemic in Primary Care Settings Project; and the integration of the HIV National Curriculum into the curriculums of the Michigan Health Professions schools.Conduct HIV clinical training sessions on behalf of the Midwest AIDS Training and Education Center (MATEC) at local and statewide conferences; and at work sites for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, dental professional, students in health care professions, and other health care professionals throughout Michigan that will enable health care workers to identify, manage and prevent HIV and its co-occurring conditions in their patients.Collaborate with the PI, Program Director, and other subject matter experts as needed, to design and evaluate training programs for healthcare professionals and health profession students.Develop and update learning objectives. Design and update training content. Develop training activities and create training materials such as charts, posters, handouts and/or PowerPoint presentations to support learning and retention.Evaluate participants' comprehension of the training presentation using post- tests. Evaluate the success of each training session using forms or on-line survey tools. Analyze evaluation responses for improvements. Conduct annual needs assessment.Assign work assignments to the data manager and continuing education support staff. Prepare and perform regular updates to training schedule and website. Reserve training room(s).Develop, track and maintain training documentation including training records, rosters and evaluations.Collaborate with the Program Director in the preparation, writing and revision of grant applications. Assist in identifying new grant opportunities. Organize and maintain electronic and paper files of grant documents and resources. Record receipt of grantee reports in grants database. Collaborate with the Program Director to produce grant activity reports; collect and report all required information to funding agencies; and produce and submit quarterly and annual project reports derived from detailed training logs, evaluation responses, and needs assessments, etc., for assigned training projects.Represent Midwest AIDS Training Education Center (MATEC) project at meetings with federal, state, and regional funders and constituents that are relevant to the assigned training projects.Perform other related duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Master's degree, preferably in nursing. A combination of education and experience may be considered.Experience Specialist (minimum 5 years of job-related experience)Prior experience with HIV prevention, diagnosis and treatment strongly preferred. Previous public health or health research experience preferred. Experience in providing trainings to large group and in one-on-one or small group, preferred. Prior experience creating, editing, and updating training materials. Proficient in computer programs including word processing, presentation development, and spreadsheets. Experience with virtual training platforms including Zoom, Microsoft Meetings, and Webex.Excellent interpersonal and oral/written communication skills. Ability to collect and analyze post-training evaluation data. Good time management skills.
Internal Number: 76_208168
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