POSITION DESCRIPTION The Capacity Building Coordinator contributes to AIDS United’s Capacity Building Initiative and supports all programs and efforts that fall under this portfolio. The primary functions of this position are: facilitating the coordination of capacity building assistance requests; providing administrative support to team members, contractors, and consultants; serving as primary liaison with community partners, key stakeholders, and capacity building providers; contributing to organizational and program-specific monitoring, evaluation, and reporting activities; supporting infrastructure improvements; and supporting the delivery of statewide and cross-jurisdictional technical assistance requests and regional institutes for clients.
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS Minimum of one year of relevant professional experience required; or Bachelor’s degree in public health, social services, or related field
Coordinate all aspects of capacity-building assistance (CBA), including serving as the primary point of contact for CBA recipients, and routinely contribute to federal and organizational monitoring and reporting platforms.
Contribute to updating evaluation plan and tools and conduct data collection of capacity building services.
Undertake and maintain program improvements including re-organization of in-house. CBA tools and resources, documentation of best practices, and development of resource directories.
Maintain and organize organizational and team records across various platforms (ex. external drive, Teams, SharePoint).
Serve as the primary point of contact on logistical matters (e.g. contracting, invoicing, payment requests, etc.) with program partners, subcontractors, and consultants.
Provide event coordination and support such as speaker tracking, calendar coordination, sharing logistics, overseeing agendas, and a run-of-show for regional institutes or cross-jurisdictional technical assistance deliveries.
Assist in coordinating between internal departments such as the AU Communication, Policy, and Program departments on CBA-related matters.
Support material development efforts through research, data collection, and editing.
Represent AIDS United in collaborative spaces, and at local and national events.
Contribute to project and staff meetings, project reporting, development, workgroups, and expansion activities.
Other duties as assigned.
REQUIRED SKILLS The position requires a highly organized, detail-oriented, and customer service-focused individual with a knack for systems thinking and a passion for supporting communities and organizations through data-driven process innovations. Individuals must be self-motivated, critical thinkers with an aptitude for creative thinking and task execution. The position requires strong interpersonal, written, and oral communication abilities. Demonstrated experience with diverse data collection, reporting, and management systems and web-based communication platforms. Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment, both independently and as a member of a dynamic team. The individual should understand the balance and challenges between national program management and local community implementation. They must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, Salesforce, and other essential office tools, such as conference and video calling (e.g. Teams Conferencing, Zoom) and survey tools (e.g. Qualtrics, Google Form).
AIDS United is a non-profit organization that works to end the HIV epidemic in the United States through strategic grantmaking, technical assistance and capacity building services, policy and advocacy. AIDS United’s Public Policy Council (PPC) of 53 HIV service organizations, national and regional coalitions is the largest and longest-running community-based HIV domestic policy coalition in the country. AIDS United additionally represents more than 200 grantee and subgrantee organizations serving people living with and vulnerable to HIV throughout the United States.