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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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Care Manager 2

Director, Harm Reduction Services

Grant Writer

HIV Nutrition Specialist

HIV Nutrition Specialist (Part-Time)

Managing Director, Analytics & Evaluation

Mental Health Counselor

Outreach Specialist (Part-Time)

Peer Outreach Specialist (Part-Time)

Prevention Navigator

Safety-in-Housing Case Manager

Social Work Case Manager

Vice President, Development

 

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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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Director, Harm Reduction Services
 

Position Description: The Director of Harm Reduction 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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Grant Writer
 

Position Description:The Institutional Development Unit is responsible for all new revenue development from foundations, corporations, and government agencies to support GMHC's annual budget. Reporting to the Senior Managing Director of Institutional Development, the Grant Writer primarily cultivates a large portfolio of private foundations and corporate funders and seeks support for general operations, program-specific support, and other institutional priorities. The Grant Writer will prospect new potential funders, facilitates communication with funders, collaborates with program staff to design funding pitches, and writes grant proposals from start to finish. As needed, the Grant Writer will also write public/government proposals in support of the agency's mission.

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HIV Nutrition Specialist
 

Position Description: The HIV Nutrition Specialist is responsible for screening and assessing all clients enrolled in the Food and Nutrition Services program 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 HIV Nutrition Specialist is required to assess all enrolled clients every six months and follow up for primary care status measures (PCSMs) every three months.

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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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Prevention Navigator
 

Position Description: The Prevention Navigator will conduct the following services as part of the Prevention Department PrEP program: PrEP screening, brief intervention, intake and assessment, linkage facilitation and navigation, PrEP education, at both the individual and group level, and referrals to individuals at risk of HIV infection and interested in obtaining more information about PrEP and possible PrEP initiation. The Prevention Navigator will also be responsible for conducting follow up with individuals identified as eligible candidates for PrEP, but otherwise declined linkage to PrEP services. The Prevention Navigator will also conduct PrEP workshops upon request.

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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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Mental Health Counselor
 

Position Description: The Mental Health Counselor provides mental health services to individuals and groups in our OMH-licensed Article 31 outpatient clinic and our grant-funded mental health program and provides crisis intervention to agency clients. Specifically, the Mental Health Counselor assesses the needs of clients, many of whom are living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, and assists with linkages to necessary services/resources related to their medical status and/or psychosocial needs. The Mental Health Counselor provides necessary monitoring, follow-up, and coordination of services, and actively participates in a multi-disciplinary treatment team designed to improve the overall functioning of clients by providing an individualized care plan addressing the continuum of mental health and medical care.

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Outreach Specialist (Part-Time)
 

Position Description: The part-time Outreach Specialist will work with clients to address barriers around maintaining housing, medical care and self-sufficiency. The goal of the team is to connect clients to medical care, HIV testing housing resources and various support services, thus providing a continuity of care. The Outreach Specialist will identify and target specific areas and populations to conduct outreach in venues where homeless and unstably-housed clients reside.

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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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Safety-in-Housing Case Manager
 

Position Description: The Safety-in-Housing Case Manager will be responsible for ensuring timely and accurate completion of core program service deliverables. Duties include but are not limited to: conducting client intake and assessment, service planning, outreach to find clients, referrals to other programs, conduct weekly housing readiness group, apartment habitability inspections and eligibility documentation.

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Social Work Case Manager
 

Position Description: The Social Work Case Manager is responsible for providing case-specific and clinical supervision. The Social Work Case Manager will oversee the daily activities of the Transitional Benefits Counselor and Peer Support Navigator in Coordinated Care. In addition, the Social Work Case Manager is responsible for performing care management and quality management activities.

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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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