Job Opportunity at the Harm Reduction Coalition, Oakland

The Harm Reduction Coalition (HRC), a progressive advocacy and training organization at the forefront of national health and drug policy, is seeking a highly motivated Project Manager to coordinate and supervise all aspects of the DOPE Project in its Oakland, CA office. This includes grant writing; budgeting; hiring, training and supervision of Overdose Educators; coordinating and conducting trainings; establishing and maintaining relationships with community based collaborators; engaging in policy advocacy, strategic planning and evaluation activities; and other duties as needed.

The right candidate will be very comfortable with public speaking, familiar with the issues faced by injection drug using populations and supportive of harm reduction practices. The person must also be organized, self-motivated, able to read and write articulately in college level English, and able to work with little supervision. Willingness to travel within the Bay Area counties and, on a more limited basis, throughout California. Minimum two years working with injection drug users desired.

This is a full-time position (40 hours/week, limited evening and weekend hours as needed) and the salary is $45,000 annually, with health/dental benefits and paid time off.

To apply, send a detailed cover letter describing your interest in the position, resume, and writing sample by e-mail to [email protected]. This position will be hired quickly, please apply as soon as possible.

HRC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. People of color, women, people living with HIV and history of drug use are encouraged to apply.

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Dear Sir/Madam,
I am looking for a Job regarding HIV/Aids related issues and fields if there is any post that i can apply regarding this feild i would be very much thakful to you. I have 4 years working experience reagrding Harm Reduction and Reducing the risk of HIV/AIds infection among drug users. for the mean i have'nt finished my Graduation but i have fisniseh my Higher Secondary. I hav already work as a Peer-Educator, Outreach-Worker, Counselor and as a Training Co-Ordinator too. I am really interested to work in this field and i would like to explore my skills abroad for the people living with drugs and HIV/Aids. So lastly pliz e-mail me if there is any job that i can apply .

Thanking You,
Sudas

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