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Senior Project Manager
Center for Safe Alaskans
Position Description:
The Senior Program Manager plays an instrumental role in preventing injuries and improving the wellbeing and safety of all Alaskans by:
• Independently leading the development, direct service implementation, and evaluation of injury prevention and safety promotion initiatives locally and statewide.
• Managing, and budgeting for initiatives.
• Liaison to and collaborator with, community-based organizations, advisory groups, and government agencies.
• Collaboratively working with the injury prevention safety promotion team and managing at least one employee.
• Conducting qualitative and quantitative evaluation of projects and participating in research.
• Disseminating findings through oral presentations and written reports, to various audiences including funders, stakeholders, and the public.
• Grant writing, management, and reporting as part of a team.

Supervisory Prevention Specialist (Prevention Lead)
Department of the Army
Are you interested in preventing harmful behaviors like suicide, sexual assault, and domestic abuse as part of the Army’s Integrated Primary Prevention Workforce? The Army’s Integrated Prevention Advisory Groups (I-PAG) are expanding to new locations across the Army! This workforce supports Army leaders using public health, community-based, data-driven, and evidence-informed approaches. Learn more:

Check out our new positions:

GS-13 pay scale/grade: (28 locations)

GS-14 pay scale/grade: (5 locations)
Non-clinical Primary Integrated Prevention Internship/Fellowship
Department of the Army
The Headquarters, Department of the Army Directorate of Prevention, Resilience, and Readiness is offering a post-graduate internship in Arlington, VA! Gain hands-on experience under the guidance of a mentor and engage in activities and research across several areas, such as:

-literature reviews and logic model development related to primary prevention of harmful behaviors
-process evaluation of prevention activities -outcome evaluation of prevention activities
-identification of metrics to be used for process and outcome evaluations

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Manager of Violence Intervention Services
Virginia Commonwealth University / Health System
Position Summary: This position serves as a manager for the Violence Programs’ staff. The Manager will be responsible for providing supervision of staff, supporting the development of Violence Intervention and Prevention services, monitoring process improvement and quality of case management services provided to patients, and supervision of training of medical professionals in the application of screening tools. This position also works with the Assistant Director on collaboration projects across other divisions and programs within VCU and the surrounding communities through partnership development and relationship building.

Minimum Hiring Standards:
Minimum a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services Related Field and 3-5 years experience working in the violence field, or some combination of education and experience
Minimum of 3 years managerial experience with direct reports
Demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff, and student environment or commitment to do so as a staff member at VCU

Preferred Qualifications:
Master’s Degree in a Human Services Related Field. Five years of experience working with victims of violence and intentional injury to include, Community Violence, Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence, Sexual Assault, and other Interpersonal Violenceh
Senior Manager
Virginia Commonwealth University / Health System
The Senior Manager of Violence Intervention Services provides program administration and oversight for multidisciplinary hospital-based violence prevention and intervention programs addressing community & intimate partner violence / sexual assault (IPV/SSA) among youth and adults from assessment to crisis intervention, advocacy, and counseling.

Oversees managers and staff of IVPP Violence prevention and intervention programs to include the Bridging the Gap Program, the Empower programs, and IVPP Counseling Teams. This position will also provide training and technical assistance to hospitals at the local, state and national level, including the development of training materials. Supports the various IVPP programs via policy & procedure development, establishing new and cultivating existing partnerships both internally and externally to VCU, directly supervising the violence prevention managers and teams, and provide technical training and assistance on Violence Program development to VCU Health Systems hospitals and community partners.

Required Education &Experience
Bachelor’s degree in healthcare related field, public health, or social work required
Minimum 5 years of related scientific/health care communication experience
Previous management experience required
Should be familiar with business operations and demonstrate excellent leadership skills with analytical thinking and innovation
Should be familiar with Injury and Violence Prevention and intervention programming at the local, state, and federal level
Strong leadership, interpersonal and communication skills to interact with people across all levels

Preferred Education & Experience
Master’s degree in a scientific, health care, public health, or communications field preferred
Department of the Air Force
The primary purpose of this position is to serve as Prevention Specialist at an Air or Space Force installation.


****Duties and responsibilities vary and may increase according to grade level****

Ensures primary prevention education and skill building of two or more behaviors is implemented as designed, monitored for fidelity, and evaluated in accordance with Department of Defense (DoD) and Department of Air Force (DAF) guidance.

Ensures program compliance with regulations, laws, policies, and directives associated with mandated administrative support programs.

Supports the Installation Community Action Team (CAT) in executing established initiatives

Performs other clerical and administrative work in support of the program(s).

Accomplishes professional development and maintains technical proficiency.

Plans, organizes, and directs the activities of integrated prevention, ensuring that installation prevention efforts comply with legal and regulatory requirements and meet customer needs.

Exercises supervisory personnel management responsibilities.

Represents integrated prevention with a variety of installation and functional area organizations.

Manage all aspects of a complex integrated prevention program for the installation.
Epidemiologist/Program Evaluator
Rhode Island Department of Health
Suicide Prevention Program
*Deadline September 24th 2023
Grant Director/ Program Manager
Rhode Island Department of Health
Suicide Prevention Program
*Deadline September 24th 2023
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