Pacific BANCC Director
The Pacific BANCC Director manages and directs the activities of a community education unit or department and supervises supervisory and professional staff members, leading program delivery and development, evaluation and implementation. Reviews and approves recommendations for programs.
Under the general direction of the PAETC Director and the PAETC Principal Investigator (PI), the Bay Area/North & Regional Coast (BANCC) Director develops, implements, manages, and evaluates all aspects of the scope of work for the BANCC, a unit of the Department of Family and Community Medicine and a local Partner (LP) of the Pacific AIDS Education & Training Center (PAETC). Major projects in San Francisco, San Mateo, Marin, two East Bay counties, six North Coast counties, and five Regional Coast counties include the:
• Basic AETC training program which is focused on training and technical assistance for community providers serving people at risk for and living with HIV
• Minority AIDS Initiative (MAI) community projects for training minority and minority-serving clinicians, and
• Practice Transformation projects in clinics serving people at risk for and living with HIV
• Other Projects related to Covid19, Ending the HIV Epidemic and local Getting to Zero efforts
• Other Projects through additional funding sources (e.g. Alameda County PrEP Training, SFDPH Sexual Health Coaching, etc.).
The Director is responsible for independent oversight and monitoring of all project deliverables; provides lead specialty support and consultation to clinical faculty; and serves as a team leader and regional coordinator for multiple, complex HIV/AIDS educational, training and capacity-building technical assistance activities delivered in the northern coastal and Bay Area CA counties, from San Luis Obispo up to Del Norte County on the Oregon border, often generating innovative training ideas not tested before.
The BANCC Director also has additional responsibilities for activities at the PAETC Regional Office, such as planning the faculty development activities; oversight of funder/contract relationship for EastBayGettingToZEro; San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH), Face To Face for Sonoma County; Regional conferences; oversight for trainings re: HIV testing; development of Ending the Epidemic initiatives (HCV and STDs); orienting new LPS staff; and leadership for adult learning expertise.
The Pacific AIDS Education & Training Center (PAETC) is funded by the HIV/AIDS Bureau in the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to provide HIV treatment, care and prevention training, education and technical assistance for clinical and allied professionals to support them in providing high quality care along the HIV Prevention and Care Continuum. As the Regional Office, PAETC, in turn, subcontracts major portions of work and funds to 15 sites (medical schools, universities, and community-based organizations) in 4 states (California, Nevada, Hawai’i and Arizona) and the 6 U.S. Pacific jurisdictions. PAETC’s Regional Office, housed in the Department of Family and Community Medicine, is responsible for overall program development, leadership, implementation, management and evaluation, in compliance with funding agency guidelines.
• Bachelors degree in related area and 6 or more years of related work experience to include supervisory and/project management; and/or equivalent experience/training
• Minimum 2-year experience with HIV training and education, curriculum development, and evaluation
• Strong knowledge of community education, technical education and/or training and development programs
• Knowledge of adult learning theory and strategies for implementing next-generation learning technologies is required in order to create and produce innovative or cutting-edge training programs that result in increased learning, leading to changes in provider behavior in the clinical setting (e.g., integrating interactive teaching methods into Core Curriculum modules and case-based teaching activities; providing education and technical assistance consultation to clinical faculty on adult learning theories and strategies)
• Knowledge of curriculum development principles and methodologies for applying educational theory in practice is required in order to develop educational programming and materials that are suitable for a variety of audiences, address a wide range of complicated clinical issues, and provide step-wise instruction for trainers and facilitators
• Highly effective verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills. Excellent presentation and group facilitation skills are essential. The Director must be able to effectively serve in a dual role of both curriculum developer and trainer (e.g., develop guiding principles and structural outline for BANCC AETC Core Curriculum; creating and presenting content from Core Curriculum modules; serving as Lead Facilitator for large, conference-style programs)
• Highly effective management skills, including strong skills in directing and developing staff members. Leadership skills are essential in identifying, initiating and developing new collaborative relationships with strategic partners; providing project coordination to multi-site projects; and providing effective supervision to project staff
• Skills to maintain effective professional relationships with department managers as well as external clients and instructors
• Master’s level degree in education, social work, public health, or related field and minimum 5 years of relevant experience
• Highly effective skills to conduct needs assessment and program delivery. Knowledge of program evaluation methodologies, standard survey research design, and data analysis skills are needed in order to develop and implement meaningful program evaluation strategies and evaluation instruments linking desired learning outcomes to training needs assessments and overall project goals
• Advanced knowledge of current treatment and prevention strategies for HIV/AIDS and current HIV/AIDS epidemiology data and trends is needed to 1) create and deliver educational programming and teaching materials that are accurate, timely and effective; and 2) identify new potential training audiences and topics of clinical relevance
• Knowledge of university and departmental human resources policies and procedures in order to effectively supervise project staff
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