TITLE: Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) Training Specialist
REPORTS TO: Sabrina Edgington, MSSW, Senior Director of JEDI Initiatives
LOCATION: Washington, DC.
COMPENSATION: $55,000 – $60,000 Annual
The Association of Clinicians for the Underserved (ACU) is a nonprofit, transdisciplinary organization of clinicians, advocates and health care organizations united in a common mission to improve the health of America’s underserved populations and to enhance the development and support of the health care clinicians serving these populations.
ACU developed its JEDI Initiative to serve as a resource for its individual and organizational members and other health care stakeholders working toward JEDI. In addition to providing educational resources and trainings, ACU’s JEDI Initiative assists organizations with assessments, strategic plans, staff training plans, and general technical assistance for JEDI efforts.
The Association of Clinicians for the Underserved is seeking a JEDI Training Specialist to help develop educational content, conduct trainings, and provide overall support for ACU’s JEDI Initiative.
ACU believes that underrepresented and minoritized communities must be centered in the work we do. We strongly encourage applications from people of color, people identifying as LGBTQIA, and disabled persons, as well as those who experience the intersection of belonging to multiple historically underrepresented groups.
ACU JEDI Statement
ACU believes that justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) is achieved by breaking down and rebuilding structures and systems that marginalize and exclude members of our society. As such, ACU strives for representation across its workforce and membership that reflects diversity in race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, ability, religion, and more. ACU believes the perspectives gained from the lived experiences of its diverse workforce and membership infinitely strengthen its work and are vital to achieving its mission.
- Conduct JEDI trainings
- Coordinate and conduct webinars on JEDI topics
- Conduct in-person trainings at various conferences and events across the United States
- Coordinate and conduct in-person trainings as part of ACU’s annual conferences
- Develop written descriptions for trainings to be included in programs and promotions
- Coordinate and grow ACU’s JEDI Speaker’s Bureau
- Develop educational resources to advance JEDI within health care organizations
- Develop online courses using the Nimble platform (previous experience with Nimble not required)
- Develop written materials including issue briefs, fact sheets, blog posts, and press releases
- Assist in the development of an organizational JEDI assessment tool
- Maintain ACU’s JEDI Initiative webpage
- Coordinate and conduct learning collaboratives.
- Assist in the development of curricula for JEDI learning collaboratives to assist health care clinicians, administrators, and leaders in operationalizing JEDI within their organizations
- Develop and vet learning collaborative applications
- Coordinate learning collaborative logistics
- Facilitate learning collaborative sessions
- Track attendance and conduct evaluations
- Participate in ACU partnership, coalition, and committee meetings to advance JEDI and health equity
- Support coordination and logistics for ACU-led partnership and coalition convenings
- Prepare materials and take meeting minutes as needed
- Coordinate and facilitate discussions
- Support the growth of ACU and its JEDI Initiative
- Support the operationalization of ACU’s JEDI Strategic Plan
- Participate in the development of grant proposals, their implementation, and reporting requirements
- Positively seek opportunities to provide member value
- Five or more years of experience in conducting trainings and presentations
- Passionate about achieving justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion
- Knowledge of JEDI principles, bias, discrimination, anti-racism, social determinants of health, and health equity – either self-taught or gained in an educational or work setting
- Quick to learn different virtual learning platforms
- Enjoys being creative
- Strong verbal, written and public speaking and presentation skills, for both internal and external audiences.
- Adaptability to work on new JEDI projects as they arise
- Ability to navigate complex and tough conversations
- The ability to persuasively communicate complex concepts and programs into concise and credible messages
- Connection to and experience working with or for disinvested and historically marginalized populations
- Three weeks of vacation leave each year (accrued by pay period)
- Two weeks of medical leave each year (accrued by pay period) plus 4 mental health days
- Health, dental and vision insurance coverage (80% individual & 50% family paid by ACU)
- Long‐Term Disability Insurance
- Short Term Disability Insurance
- Company-sponsored life insurance plan
- Access to ACU’s 403(b) retirement plan
- Laptop computer
- Cell phone
How to Apply to Become ACU’s JEDI Training Specialist
Please send a one to two-page resume and cover letter describing your interest and experience to Abby Miller Starling at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This position will remain open until filled.