Philadelphia Fight
  • Philadelphia, PA, USA
  • Full Time

Philadelphia FIGHT Community Health Centers      

Director of Community Prevention CTR, Navigation and PrEP Program Services


Job Description

Hours: M-F 9:00 to 5:00; early mornings, frequent late nights and weekends (as needed).

Department: Community Prevention CTR, Navigation and PrEP Program Services

Supervisor: Chief Operating Officer

Full-Time, 40 hours per week; exempt

Philadelphia FIGHT Community Health Centers (FIGHT) is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) which provides comprehensive health services in Philadelphia. These services include multi-disciplinary, patient-centered trauma informed primary medical care, specialty HIV/AIDS/Hep-C care, case management, dental, behavioral health and substance abuse services, women's health clinic, nutrition counseling/health education; extensive preventive education program including HIV testing, Hep-C testing, PrEP and a variety of other services and programs. FIGHT has been dedicated to providing top quality health care services in our community for over 25 years. Currently, we are seeking to hire a Director of Community Prevention CTR, Navigation and PrEP Program Services.

 The Director of Community Prevention CTR, Navigation and PrEP Program Services is a leadership position that is responsible for the day-to-day operations, regulatory compliance, QI & QA and management onsite and offsite of the Prevention CTR, Navigation and PrEP Program Services Operations including all facets of staffing, developing and maintaining internal and external relationship with community partners including funders, drafting grant proposals, writing (and revising) policies, procedures, protocols, MOU's, etc. as well as translates vision, mission and strategy into operational tactics building organizational support, infrastructure and fiscal stability of all grant funded programs under purview.

This position manages all Community Prevention CTR, Navigation and PrEP Program Services related grants and contracts, ensures that all data entry is entered on a timely basis, track and monitor outcomes to ensure that all programs are on track in meeting grant objectives and goals as well as verify that the any data reports generated are accurate and properly conveyed to internal and external stakeholders, cultivating relationships in the greater Philadelphia community to support programs, ensuring programs are implementing best practices, coordinate inter-departmentally for community-based presentations and outreach, ensures that there is Community Prevention CTR, Navigation and PrEP Program Services content on social media (i.e. FIGHT's Facebook page, websites, etc.) that is maintained and updated, prepare proposals in collaboration with direct supervisor and/or development team for new and continuing grant applications as well as prepare/review/submit monthly, quarterly and annual reports for funders.

 The Director of Community Prevention CTR, Navigation and PrEP Program Services oversees the entire department staff including Prevention Services CTR Specialists, Prevention Services Navigators, PrEP Retention Coordinators and the Prevention Services Data Analyst with the responsible for ensuring that all staff under their purview is trained, clearly understands the expectations of their role and function, receives feedback regularly, ongoing coaching, mentoring and professional develop (i.e. trainings, workshops, seminars, conferences, etc.) as well as implements performance improvement plans (if necessary) and completes 90-day reviews (for new hires) and performance reviews annually.

This employee is expected to represent Philadelphia FIGHT both onsite and in the community, in a professional, efficient manner that reflects the high level of integrity and customer service mandated by Philadelphia FIGHT.


  1. Master's degree in Public Health, Health Administration, Social Work, or related field is required
  2. A minimum of 5 years working with low-income, high-risk populations; preferably working in HIV prevention.
  3. At least 5 years' supervisory experience is required.
  4. Demonstrated skills in leadership, communications, time management and team building.
  5. Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work collaboratively with all health center staff (clinical and non-clinical) as well as clients and patients from an array of diverse backgrounds, cultures and sexual orientation.
  6. Experienced with grant writing and preparing proposals for funding to sustain and grow programming (federal, foundation, corporate, pharma, etc.).
  7. Ability to compile, interpret and analyze data then use that information to inform programmatic decisions.
  8. High attention to detail, strong organizational skills and creativity is essential.
  9. Self-motivated, inspiring and able to work well under pressure.
  10. Demonstrate flexibility in working conditions and work hours, including early morning, evening, late nights as well as weekend hours are required (as needed).
  11. Completion of the Counseling and Testing course provided by AACO or TPAC and has a designated Counselor ID number is required.
  12. Be (or become) knowledgeable and updated regarding relevant public health topics
  13. Be (or become) knowledgeable about current innovations within the HIV Testing & Prevention field
  14. Remain updated on the current incidence and prevalence in Philadelphia and Nationally.
  15. High Impact Prevention (HIP), Treatment as Prevention (TasP), Linkage to Care models, and Effective Behavioral Interventions such as ARTAS and CLEAR.
  16. Understand general aspects of clinical provision of PrEP.
  17. Be (or become) familiar with critical PrEP trials (i.e. - including iPrEX, Partners PrEP, TDF2, Bangkok Trial, iPergay, Fem-PrEP, etc. involving different populations of patients taking PrEP.
  18. Willingness to following universal precautions and maintain patient confidentiality is required.
  19. Competency in using EMR system (i.e. eClinicalWorks); Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, familiarity with REDCap, EvalWeb and CAREWare is highly preferred.
  20. Bi-lingual in English and Spanish is a plus.


Physical Demands:

  1. Ability to lift up to 20 pounds on occasion
  2. Ability to continuously stand, walk or sit
  3. Ability to bend, climb stairs frequently
  4. Ability to squat occasionally


Work Environment:

  1. Works between four primary locations in an office environment.
  2. Frequently commute to locations throughout the City of Philadelphia (and occasionally out of town to attend trainings and conferences).
  3. Early morning, frequent evenings and late night as well as and weekend hours required at times in a variety of locations (as needed).

Compensation: Competitive, benefits available. 


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