Responsibilities: Assessment of each client for appropriateness to receive methadone dose Accurate use of breathalyzer Accurate dose preparation Accurate preparation of take home doses Documentation of all medication dispensed Proper documentation of spilled, wasted medication Maintain safety (alarm, safe, dosing only with security staff present) Maintain professional boundaries Able to set consistent limits with clients Accurate documentation of methadone inventory Follow policies and procedures as outlined in Nursing Manual Provide health education as needed Maintain Universal Precautions
Qualifications: Current RN license in Massachusetts One year substance abuse or psychiatric experience preferred Current CPR certification
About Southern AIDS Coalition: The Southern AIDS Coalition, formed in 2001, is a regional non-profit serving the 16 Southern states and D.C. as defined by the U.S. Census: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. The Coalition is a unique partnership of government representatives, community-based organizations, people living with HIV disease, and business entities. SAC was formed to address the disproportionate impact of HIV/AIDS on communities in the South by promoting accessible and high quality systems of HIV and STI prevention, care, treatment, support services, and housing. SAC advocates for people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS and the organizations that serve them. SAC’s advocacy, policy development, capacity building and technical assistance has been instrumental in the development and implementation of public health policies improving the quality of life for those living with HIV in the South. SAC is a federally recognized 501 (c) 3 non-profit entity.
Job Description: Reporting to the Chair of SAC’s Board of Directors, the ED will work closely with core staff and the Executive Committee as part of a team that strengthens the sustainability of SAC. The Executive Director will be responsible for building and maintaining community partnerships and funder relationships, providing strategic leadership as well as organizational management and program oversight, conducting organizational assessment and evaluation, and providing Board support.
DC Care is a non-profit community-based organization located in the District of Columbia that serves residents from two District of Columbia Housing Authority (DCHA) developments. We provide families with intensive family case management services, long-term support, and job development and workforce strategies for those who have barriers to employment, and financial literacy training. The ultimate goal of these services is to help these families maintain safe and stable housing, whether in traditional public housing, in the private market with a voucher, or potentially, in new mixed-income developments.
We are currently looking to hire a Senior Case Manager to manage a case load of a diverse population. This person should be able to complete case management assessments on clients and be able to make referrals in the community as needed.
The Senior Case Manager position is a full-time position. The ideal candidate is a career professional who is well organized, detail-oriented, intelligent and consumer-focused. The Senior Case Manager is responsible for coordinating services for persons living in public housing developments here in the District of Columbia. Coordinating care involves linking clients to services in areas such as public entitlements, medical services, behavioral health, support services and employment referrals. The position requires strong organizational skills, verbal and communication skills.
The ideal candidate must have good strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills. He/she must have extensive experience with writing and reviewing client service plans. Also, he/she must be have proficiency with all Microsoft Office applications, as is attention to detail, a deadline orientation, a high level of professionalism, and a track record of flexibility, resourcefulness and efficiency.
The education requirements for this position is a master/bachelor’s degree in a human services field or a master’s/bachelor’s degree in a non-human services field and 3 years case management experience or a 2-year associates degree in a human service field and 4 years of case management experience preferably in a non-profit community-based setting.
Total compensation for this position is market-driven and includes direct salary and comprehensive employee benefits. Qualified, interested candidates should forward a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are an equal opportunity employer and committed to a diverse work environment. We will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, national or igin, marital status, personal appearance, gender identity or expression, familial status, political affiliation, genetic information, or disability in any employment practice unless based on a bona fide job qualification.
Cascade AIDS Project (CAP), the leading provider of HIV prevention, education, housing, advocacy and support services in Oregon seeks a full-time (1.0 FTE) HIV Prevention Specialist to implement HIV prevention activities, HIV testing, and outreach to MSM (Men who have Sex with Men) in Clackamas and Washington Counties. This position reports to the Manager of HIV/STI Services.
Core responsibilities: Work with the staff and management in the Prevention & Education Department to implement prevention activities in Clackamas and Washington Counties. Conduct outreach activities in community settings, public sex environments, online, as well as other venues to reach target populations including men who have sex with men, communities of color, transgender individuals, sex workers, homeless individuals, and persons who inject drugs to recruit people into HIV prevention programs and services. Participate in additional department and agency activities and events, and other position related duties as assigned. This position works at multiple off-site locations (including occasionally Clark County).
Description: Cascade AIDS Project (CAP) is the oldest and largest HIV/AIDS Service Organization (ASO) in Oregon and Southwest Washington. We are seeking a Manager of HIV/STI Services to develop and manage CAP’s HIV and STI testing services for those at highest risk for HIV/STI acquisition in Multnomah, Clackamas, Washington, and Clark counties. This is a full-time position which reports to the Director of Prevention & Education Services.
Responsibilities include: The Manager of HIV/STI Services oversees the Testing for All program (T4A), Social Networking Strategy (SNS), and other related programing as appropriate. Additional key responsibilities include: managing CAP’s HIV and STI testing policies and procedures; provision, coordination, and oversight of employee and volunteer HIV/STI training; HIV/STI quality assurance and monitoring; managing testing supplies; and data collection and reporting.
Position Description: CrescentCare Family Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant conducts comprehensive medical exams to patients. Assures PHS guidelines are followed when providing patient care. Keeps up with changing guidelines regarding Primary Medical Care and other patient-specific clinical conditions. Discusses wellness and adherence with patients.
Conducts regular exams to determine general physical condition.
Maintains clinical competency, as demonstrated in providing and directing patient care for adults and children
Orders and executes various tests, analyses, and diagnostic images. Administers or prescribes treatments and drugs.
Provides education to patient and patient’s personal support system in areas such as disease management, safer sex, adherence, etc.
Documents services performed for compliance and reporting purposes. (i.e. Access, Careware, EMR)
Communicates with medical staff concerning patient care issues and functions as a part of primary care team using evidence-based guidelines.
Maintains compliance with PHS, OSHA and other regulatory agencies statutes and standards including MOHP Standards of Care.
Complies with safety standards and infection control.
Refers patients to medical specialists or other practitioners for necessary specialized treatment and follows patient results and completes documentation in EMR.
Assists in educational programs for staff and participates in team meetings.
Promotes teamwork, good interpersonal relations, and communication among staff at the healthcare setting at the local level.
Assumes additional responsibilities as necessary.
Diligence is required in order to assure continuous achievemen
t of our mission.
Performance achieves standards when employee:
Works well with all agency constituents
Offers assistance to co-workers whenever needed.
Keeps confidentiality and follows HIPAA Standards
Willingly accepts new or changed assignments as needed.
Participates in all staff meetings as required and actively participates in CQI activities.
Demonstrates initiative by identifying problems and actively participates in their resolution.
Asks for assistance when learning new tasks or is unsure of self.
Takes necessary measures to properly use and maintain supplies and equipment in order to avoid unnecessary expenses.
Appropriately utilizes office time for paperwork completion.
Respects the rights of others to a quiet workplace.
Achieves and maintain working knowledge of patient-specific clinical conditions.
The Dallas Resource Center Coordinator will assist in planning several aspects of an HIV/AIDS prevention program for young Black men who have sex with men, i.e., same-gender-loving (gay/bisexual) men between the ages of 18 and 29 in Dallas. The community-based, peer-run community-building and HIV prevention program is an innovative and evolving program that includes a combination of peer-led small group safer sex workshops, peer outreach and publicity. The essence of the program is community building, community mobilization and empowerment--creating a community that mobilizes the young Black same-gender-loving men to encourage each other to practice safer sex and to get tested for HIV frequently. This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed.
Develop event and safer sex promotional materials to be used in social media and outreach activities for general publicity, weekly events, large events, safer sex outreach, special forums, monthly calendars and online graphic content – and other materials as needed/requested by project staff and Core Group.
Recruit and coordinate volunteers to participate in teams.
Organize and run outreach planning meetings.
Provide materials in a form ready for upload to Facebook, Twitter, other social media, text communications and email.
Submit all materials in time for review and approval.
Act as a liaison between the project and community members who (a) manage venues where publicity and other materials can be distributed and/or posted, and (b) manage or run venues where outreach can be conducted.
Co-facilitate small groups.
Work with Core Group volunteers to obtain feedback on publicity, outreach, and events.
Attend project staff meetings.
Participate in community meetings.
Keep records of outreach activities.
Assist with other project events and activities (e.g., work with Core Group, maintaining project space, conducting community outreach) as needed.
Perform all other duties assigned by supervisor/manager and research/technical assistance team.
POSITION SUMMARY: The Nutrition Program Assistant is responsible for assisting clients living with HIV/AIDS to receive needed case management services, ensure follow-up on the appropriate referrals, assist with pantry bag distribution and maintain and enter data for all services provided.
ESSENTIAL POSITION FUNCTIONS:
Track, monitor and document client program participation (in person or by phone) on a monthly basis.
Together with CNE will engage in and conduct Community Coordination activities, make and follow-up on referrals for community services, i.e. other food, nutrition and financial resources and work with internal staff to coordinate clients’ care either in person or by telephone.
Document progress notes that summarize client progress, accomplishments, further needs, referrals and referral outcomes.
Assess client progress and work as part of Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) and evaluation team for program improvement.
Maintain client records as required by the agency and funder and maintain accurate data collection and entry.
Identify and recruit program participants through direct outreach and active client recruitment with other service providers.
Assist in food services coordination and distribution.
Attend and successfully complete all required training and represent the agency at various venues promoting the program and the agency.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Program Director.
OTHER POSITION FUNCTIONS:
Serves as a liaison between Iris House and program providers and partners.
Demonstrates teamwork and open communication and has good interpersonal skills.
Participate in in-house and community presentations, research and grant writing.
Job Description: Broward House, a non-profit HIV and Health Related Service organization is searching for a Finance Manager. The person selected will be tasked with directing and supervision daily account activities for a 10 million dollar budget.
This position requires planning, coordinating and monitoring fiscal activities for efficient operations and compliance with established Policy and Procedures, GAAP, OMB Circular for Non-Profit organization, Financials Accounting Standards Board and other regulatory and advisory organizations. Participating in, developing and implementing service programs in order to meet stakeholder needs.
Responsible for the overall oversight of the accounting office, including supervision of all areas including accounts payable, receipts, cash management, payroll, reporting and reconciliations
Formulating, reviewing and revising policies and procedures to ensure best practice
Developing, Monitoring and revising Standard Operating Procedures for all areas of the finance department including payroll.
Participate in preparation of monthly management report and accompanying schedules, worksheets and narratives.
Provide technical assistance and recommendation on all accounting aspects to the finance department
Oversees the filing of all reimbursement packages and accounting transactions to ensure the proper filing method is followed in accordance with the Agency and Funding source guidelines.
Coordinating and maintaining compliance to accreditation standards, documentation and records as required by regulatory agencies.
Participate in maintaining Chart of Accounts.
Provides leadership and supervision to the Finance Team.
Responsibilities include training employees, planning, assigning, directing work, addressing complaints and resolving issues.
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center, New York, NY, Evaluation and Family Services Program Specialist’s primary responsibility is to provide administrative and programmatic support for the Family Services program as well as general evaluation and data management support to The Center’s Community Services department.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Evaluation & Data Management
Provide individual/group support to Center staff/interns utilizing Collaborate Software.
Respond to data requests from program directors and other Center staff as needed for grant/funding reports and special projects.
Assist with data entry/analysis and quality assurance for all program areas.
Weekly data entry into the OASAS Client Data System.
Update AIRS (AIDS Institute Reporting System) with new users, groups, etc. and upgrade the system as needed.
Submit the monthly AIRS extract via the online portal.
Attend monthly AIRS User Group Meetings and troubleshoot with the AIRS support team as needed.
Prepare statistical/programmatic reports using Collaborate Software.
Assist with program planning, evaluation, and grant proposals as needed.
Maintain program records in Collaborate Software, including but not limited to, participant encounters, group sign in sheets, assessments, etc. in compliance with funder requirements.
Family Services Program Support
Provide information and referrals to youth, families, and service providers.
Identify and coordinate project outreach opportunities, working with the Communications department to create outreach materials and advertise on various social media outlets.
Assist the Director of Family Services and LGBT Foster Care Project Program Coordinator to implement services to meet the needs of LGBT families and youth including, but not limited to, play dates and special events, peer-led LGBT Foster Care Program programming and groups, and counseling and direct services to families.
Program and Administrative Support
Work collaboratively on grant proposals, research projects, program evaluation tools, reports, etc., with other staff members as needed.
Provide information to The Center’s Grant Writer, Development department and other departments as requested.
Work with the Communications department to update Center digital, web and social media with all Community Services events, meetings, and groups.
Immediate position available for busy health clinic in Kearney, NE. Position offers excellent work week hours with weekends, nights and holidays off. Bilingual preferred. Prior health clinic experience preferred.
Send confidential resume to:
Central Health Center,
PO Box 2539,
Grand Island, NE 68802
or FAX to 308-384-8904.
POSITION SUMMARY: The Systems Support Specialist reports to the Information Technology Director at Crusader Community Health. This professional position will provide software, technical, and EMR support to all departments within the organization. Administrative assistance is also required.
Administrative tasks will include answering phone calls, prioritizing and documenting user requests, maintaining hardware inventories, and creating documents and user guides.
The Systems Support Specialist will assist the EMR/PM Application Manager in handling users’ questions, and requests. The EMR Manager and Systems Support Specialist work closely to ensure that consistent information and workflows are presented to the end user. Eventually, basic EMR training of end users may be necessary, hence excellent verbal communication skills are required. This position will also assist the IT department in troubleshooting and solving software and hardware matters.
The candidate will be called upon to assist with team projects such as software deployment/updates and hardware installation and replacement. Some projects are required to be completed during off hours. Other special projects may be incorporated.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Associated degree in a computer-related discipline and/or IT Specialist Certification. We will consider equivalent experience to substitute education requirements.
Previous EHR and Education/technical training experience.
Crusader Community Health serves the Rock River Valley area with quality primary health care for all people in need. CCH provides a comprehensive benefits package which includes: Medical, Dental, Flexible Spending/Health Savings Account, Life Insurance, Accident Coverage, Critical Illness Coverage. Employees enjoy company paid Life Insurance, Short Term Disability and Long Term Disability, paid Holidays, Personal Days, accrued Paid Time Off hours (PTO)- 12 days in the first year, and access to CE Direct (to receive some of your continuing education credits required to maintain your certification). Additionally, employees may enroll in the CCH 403(b) Retirement Plan, with employer match after one year of service.
To be considered for this position, please email your Microsoft Word resume and cover letter to email@example.com. No phone calls please.
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES: Under the supervision of the Christie's Place Clinical Manager responsible for conducting outreach to women at designated partner agencies and other locations where there is a high probability of reaching HIV infected women who are newly diagnosed or who have fallen out of care. Responsible for re-engaging women who have fallen out of care through: outreach, telephone follow up with clients who do not make their primary care appointments, follow up with primary care providers, helping clients make appointments or helping them make their own appointments and making appointment reminder calls. Responsible for facilitated referrals to core services and linkages to support services as needed. Responsible for preparing regularly distributing women-specific resource materials as well as other culturally and linguistically appropriate brochures, and/or other resources containing specific information about HIV services, referral information, and information on upcoming events offered by Christie’s Place and the collaborative partners.
Responsible for conducting informal assessments of client’s need for primary care/treatment and/or supportive services, early intervention/diagnosis information, peer based counseling, information based and hand-in-hand assistance in accessing appropriate services. Responsible for interviewing and intake of program participants, answering and screening telephone calls, responding to inquiries for service, preparing program materials and correspondence as required and distributing personal hygiene products. Responsible for interpreting and promoting Peer Navigator services to the community. The above declarations are not intended to be an all-inclusive list of the duties and responsibilities of the job described. Rather, they are intended only to describe the general nature of the job.
AIDS Project Los Angeles, one of the largest non-profit AIDS service organizations in the United States, provides bilingual support services to over 6,000 people living with HIV/AIDS in Los Angeles annually and leadership on HIV/AIDS-related policy and legislation. In 2013, APLA marked its 30th year of operation, and we are a community-based, volunteer-supported organization with local, national, and global reach.
OBJECTIVE: Under the Direction of the Program Manager of the Necessities of Life Program (NOLP), promote access to food and nutrition education services to people living with HIV/AIDS through the distribution of food and personal hygiene items and coordination of food pantry operations.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Assist clients with completion of NOLP application forms and related paperwork and data entry;
Prepare and complete NOLP client eligibility interviews, including scheduling, reviewing NOLP application materials and making an assessment for the purpose of determining eligibility for the NOLP program both within the agency and by outside referral agencies;
Complete documentation of NOLP enrollments, nutrition screens and nutrition education events including data entry, referrals and notification of clients regarding status and follow-up;
Provide assistance to clients both in person and by telephone;
Work with community businesses and other possible funding sources support nutrition education classes and cooking demonstrations
Assist with the coordination of nutrition education talks and cooking demonstrations for clients;
Assist with development of monthly nutrition education calendar, class materials and presentations and present to clients;
Conduct 1:1 nutrition screening with clients documenting the encounter using the Nutrition Care Process (NCP), IDNT language and document following agency protocols.
Participate in program quality management processes, including evaluating class effectiveness and participating in program community advisory board discussions, writing protocols;
Analyze NOLP food inventory and purchases using food analysis software program;
Train dietetic interns/volunteers to analyze NOLP monthly foodlist and complete Standard of Care spreadsheet, on a monthly basis
Assist in the planning, preparation and production of nutrition departmental trainings and educational materials;
Assist with the completion of monthly reports;
Assist with distribution of groceries to clients; and
Maintain client NOLP locations, ensuring that the site is clean and meets health code requirements as mandated by the Los Angeles County Department of Health.
OTHER DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED TO MEET BUSINESS NEEDS.
Down East AIDS Network and the Health Equity Alliance is pleased to announce two openings for Community Outreach Coordinators within the agency’s HIV, STD and Hepatitis C Program. This includes one opening out of our Bangor office, starting at 32 hours/week and one opening out of an office being developed in Central Maine/Augusta starting at 40 hours/week. Significant travel is required. Both positions are benefits eligible.
The Community Outreach Coordinators will develop educational/recruitment materials; integrate and promote HIV, STD and Viral Hepatitis prevention, testing and treatment activities; coordinate regional partnerships to maximize outreach and prevention services; and provide HIV and HCV testing and promote condom distribution among other activities. The successful candidate will have strong interpersonal skills, a dynamic personality and the ability to work with diverse and underserved populations alongside a small and integrated staff. The position requires good computer skills, experience with designing materials and a strong aesthetic sense, the ability to manage an array of complex tasks and the ability to function well independently. 2-3 years of experience in a related field and/or position or an Associate’s degree in Human Services or Social Sciences is required, Bachelor's degree preferred.
Housing / Medical Case Manager for HIV+ clients living in Allegheny County. BSW or MSW Degree required with preferred experience in HIV/AIDS, Housing and HMIS. Experience in communication, diversity, resource coordination, multi-tasking, and problem-solving skills. Experience with Microsoft Office applications. Must have personal auto and insurance. Act 33/34 and FBI clearance required.
Send resume by December 12, 2014 to:
Maria Philips, Director of Client Services
5913 Penn Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15206 Mphilips@patf.org
Cascade AIDS Project (CAP) is the oldest and largest AIDS Service Organization (ASO) in Oregon and Southwest Washington. The position of Mental Health Peer Support Specialist works with the staff and management of the Housing and Support Services Department to provide peer support to people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA). The incumbent will work in collaboration with CAP staff to support CAP clients who are experiencing mental health issues such as (but not limited to) depression, substance abuse, or anxiety. The person in this position will assist clients to navigate the healthcare, mental healthcare, and drug/alcohol abuse recovery systems, as these are critical to their stability and medical engagement. This person will also work with clients to reduce isolation and build social connections through participation in the mentoring program and through referral to other psychosocial supports.
The responsibilities of the Mental Health Peer Support Specialist include: assessing client needs; providing information and referrals; collaborating with housing case managers, medical case managers and other support services staff to develop client goal plans; assisting clients in carrying out the activities to fulfill their goal plans; providing a monthly briefing to case managers for any client that has been referred to them for peer services; completing forms and entering data into the agency database in a timely and accurate manner; working collaboratively with other CAP staff and community partners; and other duties as assigned.
The person in this position is stationed in the CAP main office but will travel throughout the six-county service area for meetings and client home-visits. Additionally, the person selected for this position must be available to work occasional evenings and weekends. This is a non-management, union-represented position.