Director of Prevention Services at Chicago Center for HIV Elimination
University of Chicago, Division of Biological Sciences

The Director of Prevention Services holds a leadership role in developing the new satellite location, The Village. Responsible for the day-to-day management and operations and will serve as a liaison to academic departments, professional organizations and administrative units of the University and within the field of sexual and reproductive health. Serves as a highly motivated manager and relationship builder with experience working in either an academic and/or a nonprofit research/policy center environment. Oversees staff recruitment and retention, budgeting, strategic planning and implementation.

Oversees research proposals for outside granting agencies and private fundraising. Collaborates with faculty, students, and other leaders across campus and within the sexual and reproductive health field to foster multi-disciplinary research and programming within the Center. Manages development of print and electronic resources, presentation materials, outreach efforts (via speaking engagements, events and social media) and a strong brand for the Center. Works closely with the development office, leads fundraising efforts for the Center, and supports broader fundraising efforts. Collaborates with others to make the center a valuable resource to faculty and contributes to the broad goals of creating a stronger campus community.

Working with other staff, the Director of Prevention Services will also be responsible for communications, an e-newsletter; social media and other media strategies; and website maintenance. Represents the Center and its work as appropriate and stays abreast of policy and program developments in sexual and reproductive health.

The Director of Prevention Services reports directly to the Center’s faculty director.

A PDF version of the job description is available here. The position is also posted on the University of Chicago’s online employment site.