The questions below are to help us learn more about you and how you might fit into our work culture and environment. Please be yourself in your responses as we are not interested in respectability politics.
Applications will be reviewed starting in December 2020 and considered on a rolling basis until all positions are filled. Since we are a small agency it may take a while to go through all the applications. We appreciate your patience while we pilot this new screening and recruitment process. Interviews will be held virtually. We will ask for your resume and references when we schedule interviews. Please do not contact us directly.
We will do our best to follow up with everyone who applies.
People living with HIV, LGBTQ+ (including Trans Women of Color), People who use Drugs, People experiencing homelessness, Undocumented Residents, Sex Workers, Black, Brown, and Indigenous People of Color.
As well as anyone that walks through our doors to seek our services!
The Tobacco Reduction Specialist position is a full-time position. The Tobacco Reduction Specialist will work closely with clients living with HIV who are commercial tobacco consumers. The goal is to help to reduce commercial tobacco use among persons with HIV by providing guidance and encouragement in tobacco reduction and elimination as well as working across agency program staff to assure staff competency, completion of assessment activities and appropriate documentation. The Tobacco Reduction Specialist will also provide individual and group therapy for tobacco reduction, and complete comprehensive assessments for clients entering care. Individuals with a therapy background are encouraged to apply.
The HIV Medical Case Manager position is a full-time position. The Medical Case Manager will work closely with clients living with HIV who have multiple psychosocial and/or health-related needs. Medical Case Management services is a client-focused approach to service that includes treatment adherence counseling, coordination and follow-up of medical needs, client advocacy, and assistance in obtaining housing, financial support, legal services, social support, and any other needed service. The goals of Medical Case Management are to ensure that clients with HIV have timely access to comprehensive medical care and social services; prevent disease transmission and delay of HIV progression and promote and support client independence and self-sufficiency.
The HIV Early Intervention Specialist position is a full-time position. The goal of this position is to identify and focus on high-risk populations for HIV screening and linkages to medical and social services. The Early Intervention Specialist will work with clients living with HIV that have been newly diagnosed or have fallen out of care. This position also facilitates educational workshops for clients and the communities we serve that promotes engagement and understanding of marginalized communities. These workshops are designed to influence change in clients and providers.