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SAMPLE GRANT PROPOSAL:  AIDS HIV PREVENTION
MANAGEMENT PLAN: ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
HAP
Responsible for overall management of the Project, including fiscal management (personnel
responsible:  project director, executive director), reporting (project director), management of
subcontracts (project director), evaluation data collection and analysis (outreach workers,
project director, evaluation technical consultant)
Responsible for facilitating monthly working group meetings. (project director)
Responsible for relaying Project updates to Advisory Board. (project director)
Responsible for supervision of Project staff who are HAP employees (executive director
supervises project director, project director supervises field supervisor, field supervisor
supervises outreach workers)
Responsible for coordination, planning, set-up and logistics for mobile test sites. (outreach
supervisor)
Provide outreach services, client intake; provide mobile clinic, HIV pre- and post- test
counselors, one-on-one risk reduction/safer sex education. (outreach workers)
Provide HIV testing/phlebotomy services:  (outreach supervisor, L. R., is a certified
Phlebotomist)
Distribute safer sex materials and condoms to all clients who participate. (outreach workers)
Track client utilization of services. (outreach workers and project director)
Refer HIV positive clients to Highland Hospital Adult Immunology Clinic. (outreach workers)
Refer injection drug, crack, alcohol and other substance users to residential recovery services.
(outreach workers)  HAP will administer a subcontract covering fees for recovery slots.
(project director)
Key staff are project director (C. S.), outreach supervisor (L. R.), and outreach workers.  Of
the four outreach workers, three will be new hires.  One will have substantial experience from
previous outreach efforts and will act as a peer resource for the new staff.  Resumes and job
descriptions are attached in Appendix G.
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