Description:Under the supervision of the Vice President, Public Health Division, and member of AAC Executive Team, the Director provides strategic direction and management oversight to the Drug User Health Program of Fenway Health. Key responsibilities include the implementation of integrated community based and clinic based services for people who inject drugs, with a focus on prevention and treatment of infectious diseases, navigation support and linkage to clinical care, behavioral health, substance abuse treatment, and other supportive services. The Director will lead the development of a mobile outreach strategy utilizing a van, and incorporating clinical services within two drop in centers located in the community (Boston and Cambridge). The Director represents Fenway Health in various coalitions, interfaces with the media, and works closely with Fenway Health’s VP of Government Relations and Community Affairs.RequirementsRequirements:Master’s degree in Public Health or related field, and/or clinical degree requiredAt least 5 years’ experience in public health/health care/human services required, including at least three (3) years with responsibility for program development, program management, and staff supervision.Strong project planning, leadership, negotiation and presentation skills as well as an ability to contribute creative yet practical solutions to problemsStrong knowledge of HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C trends, needle exchange programing, harm reduction, and at-risk populations. Commitment and experience to delivering low-threshold, easily accessible service.Ability to multi-task and manage several projects in parallel, paying attention to detailAbility to meet deadlines and work within a team-based environmentAbility to forge cross-functional working relationships with internal teams and external project partnersDemonstrated excellent written and oral communication skillsExperience managing variety of grants and contracts, and overseeing budgets strongly preferredExperience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environments preferredExperience with health promotion/prevention, communities of color, the LGBT+ community, HIV/AIDS and substance use issues strongly preferred.We offer competitive salaries, and for those who qualify, an excellent benefits package; including comprehensive medical and dental insurance plans, and a retirement plan with employer match. We also provide 11 paid holidays, paid vacation, and more.LGBTQ-identified persons, people of color, and others from historically underrepresented communities are encouraged to apply.