Global Health HIV/AIDS Prevention Program Manager

Seneca Nation Group
  • Location
    San Diego, California
  • Sector
  • Experience
    Mid Career
  • Posted
    Dec 23

Position description

Seneca Solutions is part of the Seneca Nation Group (SNG) family of companies, which is focused on providing innovative solutions and exceptional services to the federal government. The SNG companies are Tribally-owned Native American businesses that leverage the SBA 8(a) Business Development Program, Hubzone certifications and other small business contracting advantages to deliver positive results for our federal government customers.

The Seneca Nation Group companies offer competitive compensation and a strong benefits package including comprehensive medical and dental care, matching 401K, paid time off, flexible spending accounts, disability coverage, and other benefits that help provide financial protection for you and your family. We pride ourselves on our collaborative work environment and culture which embraces our mission of providing financial and non-financial benefits back to the members of the Seneca Nation.


Job Description:

Seneca Solutions is looking to hire a HIV/AIDS Prevention Project Manager to support our government client in Point Loma, San Diego, CA. This position requires ability to obtain a Public Trust.


Responsibilities include but not limited to:

  • Provide policy and technical input in the development of appropriate HIV prevention, care and treatment strategies
  • Serve as a contact point for all matters related to US-host military HIV/AIDS issues
  • Work with USG and NGO partners to implement the HIV/AIDS prevention plan
  • Represent the USG, DoD, and DHAPP in coordinating HIV/AIDS prevention in-country efforts with other donors and collaborators
  • Participate in policy making and technical discussions with decision makers from host-country government on HIV/AIDS issues as appropriate
  • Understand the country and military HIV epidemiology, medical capabilities, and HIV policies
  • Determine an appropriate 5-year HIV strategy based upon local resources and potential partners, current host military HIV efforts
  • Identify funding opportunities, request funding, and assist with preparation of proposals
  • Liaison with appropriate in-country members
  • Coordinate activities with Unified Combatant Commands
  • Implement the planned prevention strategy
  • Provide program oversight, milestone monitoring, and evaluation including implementing partners
  • Provide financial oversight and review for appropriate disbursement including implementing partners
  • Maintain current military HIV knowledge and information
  • Participate in knowledge exchange and program progress with in-country members
  • Formulate a team of expert resources in prevention, treatment, care and support activities as needed
  • Provide additional support to DHAPP by participating as a technical expert as appropriate, review proposals and strategic plans as requested
  • Provide HIV prevention technical assistance to the field with regard to program planning, behavior change communication, HIV service linkages, HIV testing and counseling, partner notification/index testing, PMTCT, VMMC, general population prevention and other related HIV-specific programming
  • Provide various technical training including HIV testing services, partner notification and other training as needed internationally
  • Serve on USG technical panels in specific HIV technical areas
  • Direct, manage, and evaluate large amounts of data from a variety of resources  
  • ** Please note this position involves the ability to travel out of the continental U.S. approximately 25% of the year***




  • Must be sole US Citizen (no dual citizenship) and able to obtain a Public Trust
  • Minimum of a master's degree in a relevant technical field from an accredited college or university 
  • Two+ years of HIV-related experience
  • Two+ years of experience in international health, health sciences, or in HIV/AIDS programs
  • Written and oral proficiency in English
  • Communicate effectively and accurately with all categories of project employees and USG, NGO, and local government officials
  • Knowledge of concepts, principles, techniques and practices of HIV/AIDS prevention, care, treatment, and support programs is desired
  • Ability to interact positively and professionally within an academic/evidence-based environment. Have excellent critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Possess strong monitoring and evaluation skills
  • Ability to work both independently and cooperatively in an established culturally diverse team setting
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and be flexible in responding to changing demands, timelines, and priorities


Desired Qualifications:

  • Masters of Public Health 
  • Prior work experience with a USG Agency, military, or other international/local organization 
  • Intermediate or better French speaking ability

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