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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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Assistant Director, Nutrition & Meals

Bilingual Technical Assistance Coordinator

Care Manager 2

Consumer Advisory Board Administrative Coordinator

Data Coordinator, San Francisco

Director, Women's Care and Substance Abuse Services

Health Homes Clinical Supervisor

HIV Nutrition Specialist (Part-Time)

Intake Specialist

Intake Specialist (Part-Time)

Long-Term Survivor Support Peer

Managing Director, Analytics & Evaluation

Managing Director, Operations

Mental Health Counselor (SUMMIT Program)

Outreach Worker

Peer Outreach Specialist (Part-Time)

Staff Attorney

Vice President, Development

 

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Assistant Director, Nutrition & Meals
 

Position Description: The Assistant Director, Nutrition & Meals provides leadership and management to the Nutrition Education program and Client Food Pantry, and supports the management of the meals program as needed. This position oversees all service components of nutrition counseling; meals program support, pantry services, technical assistance to outside agencies, grant and proposal writing, development and implementation of quality assurance monitoring tools and special projects. In addition, the Assistant Director, Nutrition & Meals manages funding contracts and communicates with other departments on nutrition and wellness-related issues.

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Bilingual Technical Assistance Coordinator
 

Position Description: The Bilingual Technical Assistance Coordinator manages all aspects of the Training and Technical Assistance bilingual services. These services provide HIV health literacy, treatment/care, and prevention education to persons living with HIV/AIDS or at risk of infection with HIV. This position provides HIV-related training, education, information, and technical assistance to organizations (health, human/social services, housing and other providers) locally, nationally, and internationally. The Bilingual Technical Assistance Coordinator also ensures that information reaches Spanish-speaking communities in a culturally sensitive manner, and actively participates in or leads translations and adaptations of materials for Spanish-speaking clients.

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Care Manager 2
 

Position Description: The Care Manager level 2 has the overall day to day responsibility for the coordination and delivery of Health Home services including: 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 and the use of health information technologies.

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Consumer Advisory Board Administrative Coordinator
 

Position Description: The Consumer Advisory Board Administrative Coordinator will provide a variety of administrative support tasks and responsibilities for the Consumer Advisory Board (CAB) and its associated committees, activities and events. The preferred candidate will be an organized, detail-oriented, self-starter with excellent communication, writing, and computer skills. Demonstrated consensus building, decision-making and interpersonal skills are essential. This is a highly visible, fast-paced position. Accordingly, the successful candidate should be adaptable, able to reprioritize and shift gears quickly, comfortable in a high-pressure environment and be politically savvy, diplomatic, responsive, and mature, with a proven ability to handle confidential information with discretion. Interest in and commitment to GMHC's mission is important.

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Data Coordinator, San Francisco
 

Position Description:The Data Coordinator oversees the development and use of data systems. The ideal candidate will discover efficient ways to organize, store and analyze data with attention to security and confidentiality. The ideal candidate will be able to grasp the complexity of data management fully. The ideal candidate will have a strong understanding of databases and data analysis procedures. They will also be tech-savvy and possess excellent troubleshooting skills. The goal of the data manager is to ensure that information flows timely and securely to and from the organization as well as within.

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Director, Women's Care and Substance Abuse Services
 

Position Description: The Director, Women's Care and Substance Abuse Services provides oversight and leadership to grant funded substance abuse services, maintaining a strong departmental culture that is client centered, outcome-oriented, data-driven, and dedicated to continuous quality improvement. Responsible for administrative, supervisory and clinical management of the Ryan White, AIDS Institute, and PHS funded substance abuse and prevention services in the department. The Director oversees coordination of seamless substance abuse treatment and wellness services, support, and prevention services. The Director ensures all regulations and contractual obligations are met, services are properly documented and quality assurance and improvement are appropriate. The Director also oversees women's services and programming, harm reduction programming applicable to department services, and the Expanded Syringe Access Program, among others.

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Health Homes Clinical Supervisor
 

Position Description: The Health Homes Clinical Supervisor is responsible for providing case specific and clinical supervision, overseeing the daily activities of the Health Homes care management team and performing care management and quality management activities.

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HIV Nutrition Specialist (Part-Time)
 

Position Description: The part-time HIV Nutrition Specialist is responsible for screening and assessing clients enrolled in the Nutrition and Meals programs for nutritional risk factors and food insecurity. Provides nutrition counseling for those clients who require more in depth nutrition intervention, and also provides food pantry services for those clients that are identified as food insecure. The part time HIV Nutrition Specialist is required to assess enrolled clients every six months, and follow up for primary care status measures (PCSMs) every three months.

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Intake Specialist

Position Description: The intake clinician serves as the initial contact at GMHC for incoming clients. The intake clinician will conduct comprehensive psycho-social interviews, with new clients and existing clients in need of services. The intake clinician will refer clients to appropriate services within the agency.

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Intake Specialist (Part-Time)
 

Position Description: The intake clinician serves as the initial contact at GMHC for incoming clients. The intake clinician will conduct comprehensive psycho-social interviews, with new clients and existing clients in need of services. The intake clinician will refer clients to appropriate services within the agency.

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Long-Term Survivor Support Peer
 

Position Description: The Long-Term Survivor (LTS) Support Peer will foster a welcoming environment for all client's and assist the Long-Term Survivor (LTS) Specialist in various assignments and duties in support of the Hub for Long-Term Survivors (The Hub for LTS). Such duties include data collection, maintaining client information data base, client recruitment, development of LTS resources, assist with event organizing and various administrative tasks.

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Managing Director, Analytics & Evaluation
 

Position Description: The Managing Director of Analytics & Evaluation provides vision and leadership to the A&E Department as well as to the entire agency through the use of data to monitor program performance, improve the quality of services provided and spearhead new initiatives. This position manages the programmatic and administrative aspects of agency grants and contracts, analyzing data and preparing and submitting reports to monitor agency progress toward annual contractual goals including deliverables as well as billable services. This role manages the development of Quality Assurance and Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) systems and oversees the evaluation of programs through quantitative and qualitative means.

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Managing Director, Operations
 

Position Description: The Managing Director of Operations will work directly under the supervision of the Vice President of Operations and provide direct supervision to the Director of Financial Management/Safety in Housing, Director of Building Operations, Director of Facilities and HOPWA Housing Program staff. In addition, this individual will manage essential communications between all operations departments- Analytics and Evaluation, Research/Technical Assistance, Financial Management, Safety in Housing, HOPWA Housing, Information Systems, Building Operations and Facilities. The Managing Director of Operations is responsible to attend meetings as assigned with senior management on behalf of the Vice President of Operations and act as a representative of the operations department at all times. In addition, the Managing Director will hold responsibility for property management for client units, program deliverables oversight, tracking of expenses, managing dashboards and workplans. Some office and project management duties will be required. Excellent organizational, time management and communications skills are required.

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Outreach Worker
 

Position Description: Provides administrative support to the Workforce Program. Outreach other community-based organizations and residences to increase visibility and provide information on employment services at Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC).

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Mental Health Counselor (SUMMIT Program)
 

Position Description: The Mental Health Counselor, Summit Program, is a GMHC staff member who works primarily (28 hours/week) at the Mt. Sinai Medical Center clinic in Chelsea and part-time (7 hours/week) at GMHC. At Mt. Sinai, provides crisis intervention, brief psychotherapy associated with non-occupational post-exposure prophylaxis for HIV (nPEP), and individual counseling with a specific focus on motivational interviewing and harm-reduction interventions to reduce risk associated with substance use and other behaviors. Assists with linkages to other GMHC services and to social services within the larger community, and is part of a multidisciplinary team that provides HIV testing and nPEP. At GMHC, provides ongoing mental health services and crisis intervention to individuals and groups. In both locations, works toward improving the overall functioning of clients by collaboratively developing individualized treatment plans that address the continuum of biopsychosocial needs of each client.

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Staff Attorney
 

Position Description: Provides civil legal services to GMHC clients in a range of legal areas, including landlord-tenant law, family law, HIV confidentiality, bankruptcy, advance directives, employment law, food stamps, social security and other entitlements, HIV discrimination law, disability law, and health care access. Tracks all activities, including, the provision of services and the achievement of outcomes in appropriate daily logs, an electronic database, and an individual dashboard. Assists with the preparation of monthly and other reports, and works to make sure that the department is audit-ready.

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Peer Outreach Specialist
 

Position Description: The Peer Outreach Specialist will assist with the successful implementation of Health Choices Evidence-Based initiative. The individual will be responsible for the day-to-day coordination, recruitment, and engagement of the Health Choices YMSM Intervention. The Peer Outreach Specialist will act as a role model sharing personal strengths and skills, while promoting hope and recovery. The Peer Outreach Specialist must be knowledgeable about community resources available to clients internally and externally. Duties may also include administering questionnaires, data gathering, maintaining participant databases, assisting with event organizing, and performing various administrative tasks.

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Vice President, Development
 

Position Description: Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Vice President of Development 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.

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