Cascade AIDS Project (CAP), the oldest and largest AIDS Service Organization (ASO) in Oregon and Southwest Washington, is committed to supporting and empowering all people with or affected by HIV, reduce stigma, and provide the LGBTQ+ community with compassionate healthcare. Learn more about us at

CAP is excited to announce that we have expanded our services in SW Washington to Cowlitz and Wahkiakum Counties! We are currently hiring an experienced Peer Navigator to join our team. This is a .8 FTE (32 hours/week) position, which reports to the SW Washington Manager of Supportive Programming. The Peer Navigator works as part of a team with the staff and management of CAP to provide high-quality, coordinated, strengths-based social services consistent with the agency’s mission. This person works on Cascade AIDS Project’s SW Washington team to guide and support individuals living with HIV through the continuum of HIV-related care. The person in this position will also assist clients to navigate the mental health and substance use recovery systems, with a special focus on maintaining connection to healthcare and medication adherence to strive to achieve viral load suppression. This person will work with clients to reduce stigma, isolation, build social connections, and assist in creating referrals to psychosocial supports and other social service supports. This person will be asked to mindfully use their personal lived experience to support clients facing the challenges of living with HIV. This requires maintaining an awareness of cultural challenges and developing effective relationships with a diverse client population.

Responsibilities include: regular individual meetings with clients, assessing client needs; providing clients with information, resources, and referrals to supportive services; collaborating with medical case managers, housing staff, service navigators, and other support services staff to develop client goals; assisting clients in carrying out the activities to fulfill their goals; accompany clients to and from healthcare appointments; 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 CAP’s Longview and Vancouver offices and will travel throughout the Cowlitz, Wahkiakum, Clark, and Multnomah County service area for meetings and client home-visits. Occasional evening and weekend work, a state-issued driver’s license and access to a personal vehicle are required. This is a non-management, union-represented position.