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Posted on: February 9, 2022

[ARCHIVED] We're Hiring - Federal HIV Contract Monitor

We are Hiring Federal Contract HIV Monitor

Job Title:                                            Federal HIV Contract Monitor
Closing Date/Time:                           March 22, 2022/5:00 PM
Job Type:                                           Full-time with benefits 
Salary:                                                $54, 071 - $72,095 (hiring range, depending on experience)

Description:  As part of NVRC’s Human Services team, this position reports to the Human Services Director and works to set up and monitor contracts among housing and human service organizations serving people with HIV and AIDS as part of the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) program.  The Contract Monitor provides technical assistance to assist HOPWA subcontract service providers to operate their programs consistent with federal expectations, coordinates and executes subcontractor site visits, reviews reports, and works with subcontractors to develop corrective action plans as needed.   Contract Monitor participates in discussions re: award recommendations and engages diverse experts to read and rank proposals for funding.  He/she/they plan and execute in-person and virtual meetings with subcontract service providers to publicize changes in regulations and policies, as well as provide training.   Contract monitor manages a housing and helping services website; occasionally interacts by phone with service seekers and service providers looking for information about HOPWA and other community and housing services which may meet their needs.  

Key requirements for success include knowledge of data collection and reporting techniques, evaluating subcontractor performance against contract objectives, and proficiency in interpreting regulations.

Minimum Qualifications:  Any combination of education, experience, and training equivalent to: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in human services (social work, sociology, psychology, counseling, public health, nursing) or a closely related field; PLUS two years professional experience with federal grants and contracts.  Master or equivalent may be substituted for one year of experience.  Position may be underfilled.  Requires a valid driver’s license and reliable  transportation to get to work and attend external meetings.

Preferred Qualifications:  Experience with federal grants management, preferably on Ryan White,  HOPWA, or other federal housing programs; experience with webpage set up and maintenance; Federal Grants Management coursework or certificate; and bilingual in English and Spanish


  • Telework (2-days a week) available following 90-day probationary employment period 
  • Paid vacation, sick, and holiday leave
  • Health insurance (employer pays 80% of premium)
  • Fully paid life insurance & long-term disability insurance policies
  • Retirement program
  • Workers’ compensation coverage
  • Opportunity to enroll in medical & dependent care reimbursement plans and dental insurance plan
  • Opportunity to participate in deferred compensation plan
  • Free parking; free electric vehicle charging; on bus route; rush hour shuttle to/from Dunn Loring Metro

 Applicants may be required to submit to a request for a criminal history record check and/or credit check.

Submit resume, cover letter and salary requirements via mail or e-mail to  

No phone calls please.


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