POSITION SUMMARY: The Iris House, New York, NY, Care Coordinator is responsible for coordinating care and acting as a patient advocate and navigator for clients enrolled in the program.
ESSENTIAL POSITION FUNCTIONS:
Conducts comprehensive client screenings and assessments to determine client’s medical and psychosocial needs.
Assists all clients through the healthcare system by acting as a patient navigator and advocate and related supportive services.
Participates in individual client and team meetings and quality improvement initiatives.
Facilitates and supports client health education, patient self-management, health behavior modification and medical case management.
Coordinates continuity of client care with external health care and supportive organizations and facilities, including primary care and specialist physicians and behavioral health counselors, as well as non-medical supportive service providers. Makes appropriate referrals to outside agencies; assists patients in transactions with legal, social services and other agencies.
Coordinate high-risk client care, including clients with co-morbidities.
Secures any approvals, releases, etc., required for treatment, as stated in the program policy and procedures manual.
Ensure all client information, data, progress notes and other information required by the agency is properly recorded in client files or electronic health records.
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES: Provide overall technical review, analysis and leadership for planning, development, configuration, implementation and maintenance of the agency’s financial infrastructure. Perform complex, detailed financial management, reporting, and analysis for all funding sources including contracts, grants, gifts, and other funds totaling approximately $1,800,000/annual. Participate in contract negotiations, develops written contracts and monitors implementation. Responsible for development, implementation and maintenance of systems and databases associated with the agency’s financials.
Responsible for short and long-term development and implementation of policies and procedures for fiscal and administrative management of the agency. Provide complex analysis of all revenue/expense reports. Prepare budgets, forecasting revenue and anticipating growth trends. Assist Executive Director in procuring grants and other contracts from various funding agencies. Develop appropriate cost accounting tools. Adhere to agency policy and procedure in performing all duties of the position.
Perform all regular financial transactions including purchasing, payroll, payment of monthly expenses, fund transfers, reconciliation, travel advances. Assure all transactions meet standards for Internal Control. Monitor spending of grants and contracts to ensure adherence to agency guidelines. Direct the management of all benefit plans (health, life, COBRA, workers’ compensation, unemployment and retirement). Direct negotiated cost recovery rate submission with lead federal agency. Perform related tasks as required.
Cascade AIDS Project (CAP), the oldest and largest AIDS Service Organization (ASO) in Oregon and Southwest Washington, is committed to preventing HIV infections, supporting and empowering people living with or affected by HIV and eliminating HIV-related stigma and health disparities.
CAP is excited to announce that we are currently hiring a 20 hour/week MAI African American Services Navigator to provide strengths-based social services to African American people living with HIV/AIDS. We are looking for an enthusiastic individual skilled in helping people who are experiencing homelessness, mental illness, and/or struggling with substance use to access complex systems. A successful candidate will believe strongly in equitable access to healthcare and basic needs for all people, with a focus on working with HIV-positive African Americans, and will be able to work successfully with people who have varying sexual and gender identities, economic and class status, and physical and mental abilities.
The Boulder County AIDS Project Grants Coordinator is a key member of the Development team as the primary organizational contact regarding all grant funding matters. The focus of this position is to write grant proposals to obtain funding support from foundations and corporate funders. The Grants Coordinator also coordinates applications to local government grant funders for the agency. The Grants Coordinator researches potential funders, makes contacts with foundation and local government staff, and produces status reports on grant writing activity. The Grants Coordinator is responsible for maintaining an up-to-date grants management filing system. The staff person in this position reports directly to the Director of Development and attends Development team and weekly all staff meetings. This position is generally 32 hours per week and is located in the Boulder office.
Cascade AIDS Project (CAP), Portland, OR, the oldest and largest provider of HIV prevention, education, housing, advocacy and support services in Oregon and Southwest Washington, is seeking a Manager of Supportive Programming.
The Part-Time Peer Mentor/Coach for Innovative New Media Prevention Project will be trained to counsel and test for HIV as well as facilitating the referral into care for services for support and stabilization of individuals who need treatment both for HIV and substance abuse. The Peer Mentors will also work closely with leaders of community organizations supporting this project that work with the target population for this project which is young black men who have sex with men and the transgender community.
Event coordination skills are also important as this position will be responsible for the promotion and implementation of six educational events planned for this project. EOE.
Ability to develop presentations and speak in front of groups
Experienced user of Microsoft Office programs: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook as well as expertise in navigating and utilizing social media applications.
There must be a willingness to work non-traditional hours.
Act 33/34 and FBI clearance required.
Resume and cover letter by 05/01/15 close of business to:
Charles Christen, DrPH, MEd,
Pittsburgh AIDS Task Force
5913 Penn Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Dallas Resource Center's Young Gay/Bisexual Men’s Program Coordinator for the Fuse Mpowerment Project: Fuse is an HIV prevention/community-building program focused on gay and bisexual men. An energetic, team-oriented and committed individual is needed to implement the Fuse program in Dallas for young gay and bisexual men between the ages of 18 and 29.
Responsibilities include logistics planning of events and outreach activities; recruiting young gay and bisexual men for the program and its events/activities; organizing and overseeing weekly events and outreach planning meetings; supervising volunteers; facilitating meetings; participating in the development of safer sex publicity materials and attending staff meetings. Position requires working some evenings, late nights and weekends, and demonstrate working knowledge of social media apps and other new media platforms (such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.). Successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills and leadership qualities; be a self-starter and able to work collaboratively in a team setting; and capable of completing job tasks with little supervision. This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed.
Good communication skills and leadership qualities are required. Must be comfortable discussing sex and sexuality with young gay and bisexual men. Must be knowledgeable about HIV/AIDS prevention, gay male sexuality, gay male issues and the local gay community. Must have experience with Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, etc.). Successful candidate should have meeting planning experience, excellent organizational skills and multi-tasking ability.
The AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC) is seeking a motivated, organized, and detail-oriented person to serve as its Information Technology Manager. The Information Technology Manager is responsible for providing network and hardware maintenance and support, help desk support to end users, and provide back-up to Director of IT for a variety of network, hardware, and software applications.
The Information Technology Manager is a member of the Operations team, which includes Human Resources, Information Technology, and general office oversight. The Operations team works together to provide high quality and timely support to the work of the organization, with a focus on providing excellent customer service to its internal customers while maintaining excellent relations with external contacts.
The AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC) is seeking a motivated, organized, and detail-oriented person to serve as its Information Technology Helpdesk Coordinator. The Information Technology Coordinator is responsible for providing network and hardware maintenance and support, help desk support to end users, and provide backup to Director of Information Technology for a variety of network, hardware, and software applications.
The IT Coordinator is a member of the Operations team, which includes the areas of Human Resources, Information Technology, and general office oversight. The Operations team works together to provide high quality and timely support to the work of the organization, with a focus on providing excellent customer services to its internal customers while maintaining excellent relations with external contacts.
The Supportive Counseling and Family Stabilization Program (SCFS) at CAMBA, Brooklyn, NY, provides supportive, clinical, and case management services to individuals living with HIV/AIDS and their families. The primary goal is to provide support, stability, and reduce stressors, to ensure that our clients have access to and successfully maintain their connection to primary health care. The program’s core services include: 1.) weekly support groups to assist clients with developing ways of coping, building social and peer support, and relationship skills; 2.) individual supportive counseling on topics such as: disclosure issues, harm reduction skills building, and treatment adherence; and 3.) case management services to assist clients in reducing barriers to care, and coordinate care with other providers.
The person filling this position is expected, under general supervision, to: (1) provide individual and/or group counseling services to assist individuals and their families to achieve effective personal development and adjustment; and (2) counsel clients in dealing with such issues as: behavior, educational progress, family dynamics, mental and physical health, housing, personal finances, substance abuse, mental and/or physical trauma, etc.
The minimum qualification for this position is bachelor's degree (B.A., B.S.W.) in social work, psychology, or a related field and three years of applicable experience and/or equivalent experience.
Knowledge about, understanding of, and ability to work closely with, persons with HIV/AIDS and related issues.