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Great Place to Work 2017Established in 1981, Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC) is the oldest not-for-profit AIDS service organization in the U.S. GMHC is dedicated to providing direct services, education, and advocacy to men, women, and children living with HIV/AIDS. GMHC fights to end the AIDS epidemic and uplift the lives of all affected. We are committed to staff development and provide a competitive compensation and benefits package. We value diversity and are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

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Administrative Assistant, Part-Time (Legal Services)

Accounts Payable Associate

Chief Development Officer

Director, Client Advocacy

Fiscal Analyst

Group Facilitator (TGNCNB Program)

Healthy Aging Specialist

HIV Test Counselor (TGNCNB Program)

Housing Case Manager

Junior Fiscal Analyst

LTS Hub Support Assistant

Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist

Navigation Specialist, Client Wellness

Outreach Specialist (ACRIA @ GMHC)

Paralegal

Peer Navigation Ambassador (Part-Time)

Peer Navigation Specialist (TGNCNB Program)

Senior Accountant

Transgender Nonconforming Specialist

 

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Administrative Assistant, Part-Time (Legal Services)
 

Position Description: The Administrative Assistant serves as a part-time administrative and legal assistant to the Legal Services team. The Administrative Assistant must be interested in working in a health and social services agency and particularly a legal environment. This position is ideal for individuals contemplating law school and who are interested in gaining exposure to public interest civil and immigration law. Applicants should be energetic, organized, and willing to work with GMHC’s clients to help them navigate New York’s various systems. The applicant must have basic cultural competency to work with a diverse staff and clientele, especially those who identify with the LGBTQI community, low income people, racial minorities, immigrants, and people living with disabilities.

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Chief Development Officer
 

Position Description: Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Development Officer will lead the Organization's efforts in strategically planning and developing fundraising initiatives, building and managing relationships with donors, and expanding awareness about the organization. The person in this position is responsible for the cultivation and stewardship of our various donation programs, including fundraising events, grant writing, email solicitations/direct mail campaigns, major gifts, and donor databases, using a data driven approach.

This position will also lead GMHC's communications, marketing strategy and analysis in support of the Agency's mission, developing a powerful vision for the Agency's communications function. This position will also be charged with articulating a clear internal philosophy on the role of communications strategy, including messaging, that complements and supports multiple areas and audiences; setting priorities and monitoring performance of GMHC's Communications strategy; and promoting GMHC's programs and services, which are world-renowned and have led the path for activism and legislative change throughout the agency's history.

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Director, Client Advocacy
 

Position Description: The Director, Client Advocacy, is responsible for all grant deliverables and program quality assurance for client advocacy services at GMHC. The Director is responsible for ensuring timely and effective client advocacy services in the areas of insurance, health care access, and benefits. The Director, Client Advocacy will oversee several programs including but not limited to the AIDS Institute Funded ADAP Minority AIDS Initiative Program and the NYSDOH Health Navigator Program, as well as funding from private funders and foundations.

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Fiscal Analyst
 

Position Description: The Fiscal Analyst is primarily responsible for the financial management of a portfolio of Cost Centers. Duties include preparation of budget supporting documentation required for internal staff and external funders. In addition, the Fiscal Analyst will be responsible for funding applications, contract renewals, and monitoring contract specific financial reporting requirements; perform monthly, quarterly and annual billing and other financial reports related to government and private grants.

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Group Facilitator (TGNCNB Program)
 

Position Description: The Group Facilitator will assist with the coordination and implementation of all group level interventions for this new multi-year grant dedicated for Transgender, Gender Non-Conforming and Non-Binary community members. The individual will be responsible for the day-to-day coordination, recruitment, and engagement of clients for these interventions. The Group Facilitator will plan and provide direct facilitation as well as support clients with linkage and navigation services.

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Healthy Aging Specialist
 

Position Description: The Healthy Aging Specialist will serve the Aging, HIV positive LGBTQ client population by providing a range of services to improve the overall health and wellbeing of that population. Such services will include individual mental health and substance use screenings, brief intervention, and referrals. The Healthy Aging Specialist will provide educational material and workshops relevant to the health of Aging LGBTQ clients with HIV including physical, dental and mental health. The Healthy Aging Specialist will provide Buddy services to high-need clients.

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HIV Test Counselor (TGNCNB Program)
 

Position Description: The HIV Test Counselor/Phlebotomist will assist in the coordination and implementation of counseling, testing and referrals for participants in the off-site and on-site settings. Assist in testing at outreach efforts to the priority populations, including counseling, testing and referral services and managing CTR administrative responsibilities. This position will also assist with targeted off-site outreaches specifically tailored for Transgender, Gender Non-Conforming and Non-Binary community members.

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Housing Case Manager
 

Position Description: The Housing Case Manager is responsible for the provision and coordination of home visits, social service referrals, entitlements management, and housing stability management for up to a 25-client caseload. Responsible to ensure compliance with contract services and ensure all clients are engaged in health care and additional services based on client need.

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LTS Hub Support Assistant
 

Position Description: The Terry Brenneis Hub for Long-Term Survivors (LTS) is a program to support people who identify as long-term HIV survivors in their efforts to lead healthy and rewarding lives. The LTS Hub also provides support under a program shared with ACRIA Centers at GMHC called the AIDS Survivor Syndrome Program (ASSP).

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Junior Fiscal Analyst
 

Position Description: The Junior Fiscal Analyst is primarily responsible for the preparing and reconciling budgets, invoices and other contract-related materials for a portfolio of contracts. This position will also be responsible for daily check deposits and coding accounting entries properly to the general ledger.

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Monitoring & Evaluation Specialists
 

Position Description: The Evaluator provides capacity and support for supporting agency-wide data-driven management processes, research activities, evaluation and quality improvement initiatives. The Evaluator will support programs in identifying key quality and management indicators and creating monitoring processes. This individual will evaluate these programmatic efforts, collecting and analyzing agency data in order to produce research that will contribute to the knowledge base of effective program management, quality improvement, and HIV care. The Evaluator will also work with programs to plan, support, and monitor their usage of the Electronic Health Record.

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Navigation Specialist, The Wellness Center (Part-Time)
 

Position Description: The Navigation Specialist's primary role is to connect clients to services within GMHC and the greater community. The Navigation Specialist will assist with client check in and the monitoring of the NMW reception area and dining room during meals service, providing oversight and client support. The Navigation Specialist will link clients in NMW to services in other GMHC departments as needed. In addition, the Navigation Specialist will provide clients with linkages to external services as needed. The Navigation Specialist will work with the NMW program staff in collecting contractually required documentation and inputting information, such as primary care status measures and client related updates, into GMHC's client databases as required.

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Outreach Specialist (ACRIA @ GMHC)
 

Position Description: This is a grant funded position for up to three (3) years as part of the Enhanced Distribution of Safer-Sex Products Among Communities Disproportionately Impacted by HIV in NYC Program. The goals of this program are to increase the availability, accessibility, and acceptability of safer-sex products among priority populations and to increase normalization of condom use among sexually active New Yorkers, and thereby decreasing stigma.

The Outreach Specialist has the overall day to day responsibility for the recruitment, coordination and distribution of safer sex products under the Enhanced Distribution of Safer Sex Products Among Communities Disproportionately Impacted by HIV in NYC Program. Responsibilities include recruitment of non-traditional sites in Manhattan for safer sex product distribution (barber shops, bodegas, laundromats, bars etc.), distribution of safer sex products to non-traditional sites, attend targeted outreach events and distribute safer-sex products and submit all distribution data to the supervisor.

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Paralegal
 

Position Description: The Paralegal will support the work of Legal Services by assisting attorneys in providing high quality pro bono legal services. We provide direct representation, brief advice and counsel, and referrals in the following practice areas: immigration, NYC landlord tenant, HIV confidentiality healthcare and benefits, advance directives, employment law, health, life, and other public benefits, social security appeals, discrimination law, debtor/creditor issues, disability law, and other civil matters. The Paralegal must be interested in working in a health and social services agency – and particularly a legal environment. In addition, the applicant must have basic cultural competency to work with a diverse staff and clientele, especially those who identify with the LGBTQI community, low income people, racial minorities, immigrants, and people living with disabilities. This position is ideal for individuals contemplating law school and who are interested in gaining exposure to public interest civil and immigration law. Applicants should be energetic, organized and willing to work with GMHC’s clients to help them navigate New York’s various systems.

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Peer Navigation Ambassador (Part-Time)
 

Position Description: The Peer Navigation Ambassador is responsible for conducting outreach, escorting clients to appointments, conducting linkage navigation services, and conducting re-engagement efforts.

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Peer Navigation Specialist (TGNCNB Program)
 

Position Description: The Peer Navigation Specialist will assist with the implementation of group level interventions for this new multi-year grant to dedicated for Transgender, Gender Non-Conforming and Non-Binary community members. The Peer Navigation Specialist will act as a role model, sharing personal strengths and skills, while promoting hope and recovery. The Peer Navigation Specialist must be knowledgeable of community resources available to clients internally and externally. Duties may also include administering surveys, data gathering, maintaining participant databases, assisting with event organizing, and performing various administrative tasks.

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Senior Accountant
 

Position Description: The Senior Accountant ensures the integrity of accounting information by recording, verifying, entering, reviewing, and reconciling transactions, which impact GMHC's general ledger and financials. Work closely with the Controller to ensure accurate monthly closes and an adjustment-free year-end audit.

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Transgender Nonconforming Specialist
 

Position Description: The Transgender Nonconforming Specialist has the overall day-to-day responsibility of the delivery of care coordination services. These services include comprehensive case management, care coordination and health promotion, comprehensive transitional care from inpatient to other settings, individual and family support, referral to community and social support services, facilitate gender-affirming hormone therapy through vouchers and health insurance navigation, and the use of health information technologies.

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