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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

Coordinator of Substance Abuse Services

Director, Business Development

Director, Geffen Center

Group Facilitator

Health Homes Clinical Supervisor

HIV Testing Counselor/Phlebotomist

Human Resources Assistant

Job Developer & Retention Specialist

Outreach Specialist (Part-time)

Peer Counselor

Prevention Intervention Coordinator

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner (Part-time)

Technical Support Analyst II

Transitional Benefits Counselor

 

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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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Coordinator, Substance Abuse Services
 

Position Description:The Coordinator of Substance Abuse Services has the overall day to day responsibility for the coordination and delivery of harm reduction services to a population of substance users. This position will perform group and individual counseling, comprehensive case management, care coordination, health education, intake assessments, and linkages to HIV & STI testing, medical care, pharmacotherapy, as well as PrEP and PEP services. This position also requires supervisory responsibility for line level counseling staff and student interns.

 

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Director, Business Development
 

Position Description: The Director of Business Development is an integral position that is responsible for leading the growth of GMHC by promoting the Agency's programs and services, which are world-renowned and have led the path for activism and legislative change throughout the Organization's history.

 

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Director, Geffen Center
 

Position Description: The person in this position provides expertise and supervision to the intake unit, while coordinating the administrative duties of the department. The Director of the Geffen Center is a vital position, within the testing unit. This position is responsible for the support of the testing team in ensuring clients receive quality HIV CTR and prevention services. This position works closely with the Managing Director of Program and Prevention Services, to ensure intake services are provided in a manner that is client centered and professional. Specific areas of responsibility include: managing testing staff and volunteers, conducting quality assurance activities to ensure documentation is consistent with GMHC and funder standards, overseeing and executing the Testing Quality Assurance activities to ensure services rendered in compliance with GMHC and funder standards, overseeing data entry, providing supervision to direct reports, compiling and completing programmatic reports, and attending required meetings.

 

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Group Facilitator
 

Position Description: The Group Facilitator, under the guidance and with the collaboration of the Prevention Intervention Coordinator (PIC), responsible for implementing all aspects of the Many Men, Many Voices (3MV) Group Level Intervention and VOICES/VOCES interventions for HIV- negative persons. The Group Facilitator will complete intakes for group enrollment to determine program eligibility, facilitate groups, and collect data as appropriate. S/he will also help connect clients to other resources at GMHC or throughout NYC. This position will also be responsible for providing HIV counseling and testing as well as STI testing.

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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 home care management team and performing care management and quality management activities.

 

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HIV Testing Counselor/Phlebotomist
 

Position Description: The HIV Testing Counselor/Phlebotomist provides integrated HIV/STI testing and counseling services for Geffen Center clients. S/he will assist in the coordination and implementation of counseling, testing, and referrals for participants in the off-site and on-site settings. Assist in conducting outreach to the target populations including conducting presentations and providing counseling testing and referral services and managing administrative responsibilities.

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Human Resources Assistant

 

Position Description: The Human Resources Assistant supports the Human Resources team and plays a major role in the smooth, effective, and efficient overall management of the administrative division. This position directly supports the day-to-day operations. The Human Resources Assistant helps the HR Team coordinate the portfolio of activities and acts as a liaison with staff and partners. This includes date entering, conducting research, editing, scheduling, and fact-checking assistance for projects and communications by the Vice President of Human Resources.

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Job Developer & Retention Specialist

 

Position Description: The primary function of the job developer is to place Workforce Development program clients with barriers to employment in suitable employment and provide ongoing follow-up support services to promote job retention. The job developer will be required to assist in the placement of clients who will be transitioning into the workforce. In addition to job placement services, the Job Developer/Retention Specialist will provide support to clients in their effort to retain their employment and excel in their careers. The Specialist will track and document all retention milestones as prescribed by agency and contract requirements. The Specialist should possess an established bank of employers, who have hired clients with barriers to employment, matching clients' educational /employment background as well as interests with the most appropriate job available for them.

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Outreach Specialist (Part-time)
 

Position Description: Under the supervision the Transitional Care Coordinator the 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 and conduct outreach in venues where homeless and unstably-housed clients reside.

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Peer Counselor
 

Position Description: Conduct confidential HIV pre and posttest counseling both on-site and off-site in accordance with the Geffen Center policy and procedure and Centers for Disease Control Best Practices for HIV pre and posttest counseling.

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Prevention Intervention Coordinator
 

Position Description: This position will be responsible for coordination of PrEP/PEP screening and linkage to care program services for individuals who are at high risk of contracting HIV/AIDS. The Prevention Coordinator will work closely with the Director of Geffen Center to ensure that individuals who are screened at the time of testing are introduced to the Prevention Navigator for PrEP/PEP screenings.

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Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
 

Position Description: The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner (Psych NP) will assist in the provision of psychiatric care for clients of GMHC's NY State Licensed Article 31 clinic as well as grant funded mental health programs. The Psych NP will facilitate coordination of seamless behavioral health, medical, support and prevention services for program clients. As a member of a multi-disciplinary treatment team designed to improve overall functioning of clients, the Psych NP will provide individualized care planning to address the continuum of behavioral health and medical care of clients.

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Technical Support Analyst II
 

Position Description: Under general supervision, provide help-desk technical support for hardware, software, and connectivity problem resolution to end users by utilizing accepted troubleshooting & diagnostic methods. Primarily, this role will provide superb customer service and clearly communicate technical solutions in a user-friendly, concise, and professional manner. Further, analyst will be focused on user experience and provide one-on-one end-user instructions as needed. Additionally, the job entails working, coordinating and collaborating with other members of the IS Team and key vendors to assist in resolving complex technical issues and maintain the highest overall level of support.

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Transitional Benefits Counselor
 

Position Description: Provides education, counseling, advocacy and assistance to HIV+ individuals on the transition from public/government benefits, including cash assistance, SSI/SSD and public health benefits, to salary based income and health care access and insurance. Assists individuals who need help in accessing or maintaining health care benefits, or governmental entitlements to ensure uninterrupted health care access and income management. The Specialist identifies presenting issues, researches and gathers information, strategically plans to resolve issues, and performs direct contact and negotiation with relevant providers, agencies and organizations to achieve issues resolution. Working with each client, the Specialist develops a personal budget analysis and an individualized Personal Benefit Transition Plan (PBTP) that clearly projects how the participant's income and expenses will change upon employment.

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