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Public Health Job Board

Program Manager (HIV/STI Programs)
Illinois Public Health Association (Full Time)

Illinois Public Health Association

500 West Monroe, Suite 1E
Springfield, IL 62704



Conny Moody


Job Description

The Illinois Public Health Association (IPHA) is seeking a Program Manager to support the implementation of objectives and deliverables for various grant-funded projects related to HIV and STI prevention programming. The Program Manager will be responsible for managing all assigned grants and contracts throughout their lifecycle, from the funding award to the final grant reporting. The Program Manager will serve as a liaison to the IPHA fiscal and grants/contracts team to ensure timely and accurate reporting, budgets, contracts, and compliance documentation.

To apply:             Complete applications must include a resume, cover letter, and completion of a job skills assessment questionnaire.  The job skills assessment questionnaire will be provided to each qualified candidate who submits an application for this position.

Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.  The cover letter should compare your skills and experience to the duties, responsibilities, and required qualifications for this position.  Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled. 

No phone calls, please.

Please submit your resume, cover  letter to Conny Moody, IPHA Associate Executive Director for Operations, cmoody@ipha.com 


The Program Manger position performs administrative duties related to IPHA grant-funded programs and training activities related to HIV/STI inititiaves, which involve variety and complexity of assignments. This position may at times be required to use independent judgement in applying internal policies and procedures to work situations.

The Program Manager is responsible for managing all assigned grants and contracts throughout their lifecycle, from the concept design process to the final reporting documentation.  Among the primary responsibilities are (1) coordinating all steps of grant application and reporting processes for assigned grants, including reviewing and writing detailed narratives, assembling budgets, and performing quality management tasks on program data; (2) tracking and analyzing program outcomes and deliverables, including process indicators such as testing caseloads, and (3) communicating with internal teams and funded organizations to ensure timely and accurate internal and external submissions for applications, reports, budgets, contracts, and other compliance materials, as well as conducting site visits to ensure project compliance.

Interested? Read the full job posting here.

ABOUT IPHA:     The Illinois Public Health Association (IPHA) is the oldest and largest public health association in Illinois. As one of the largest affiliates of the American Public Health Association, IPHA is widely recognized as a leader in the field of public health advocacy, health education and promotion. With a mission to lead in the enhancement and support of the public health system and the practice of public health, focused on health equity and improved health throughout Illinois, IPHA strives for excellence through a variety of programming and advocacy efforts. www.ipha.com

The Illinois Public Health Association (IPHA) is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We prohibit discrimination and harassment of any kind based on race, color, sex, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, or any other protected characteristic as outlined by federal, state, or local laws. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other personal characteristic not relevant to the posted position.


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