Employment Services
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Are you HIV-positive and concerned about going back to work?

The employment program at HIV Alliance provides clients with specialized employment and financial planning.

Program participants gain access to:

  • Continuous support through job search, application, and placement
  • Skill-building workshops and classes
  • Resume, cover letter and supplemental material assistance
  • Professional attire and transportation assistance
  • Interview preparation
  • Assistance to overcome barriers to work (criminal history, addiction, disability, work gaps)
  • Ongoing workplace support to ensure success on the job

… As well as information on:

  • Career exploration
  • Returning to school, locating training programs, and available financing for education
  • Where to look for jobs
  • Budgeting and financial assistance
  • Impacts to benefits (SSI/SSDI, SNAP/food stamps, Section 8)
  • Accessing tax benefits

Online Employment Newsletter

Sign up for this employment-focused newsletter through the contact form below to get helpful information, event alerts, and links to featured job postings in Oregon.

Check out past editions here: http://1drv.ms/1k4zDpw

Click the links below to connect to information and resources about the following topics:

General Employment Information

Job Search Sites

Education and Training

Disability and Employment

Working with a Criminal Background

Tips for Positive Employment


Do you have specific questions about what the HIV Alliance employment department can do for you? Would you like to schedule an appointment? Complete the form below and someone will be in contact with you soon!


Employment Resources

Download this helpful resource guide (PDF) about Employment and Living with HIV/AIDS. Topics include legal rights and protections, resources and strategies for getting a job, financial impacts and tax incentives: http://www.dol.gov/odep/topics/hivaids/EmploymentLivingwithHIVAIDS.pdf

Questions and Answers: The Americans with Disabilities Act and Persons with HIV/AIDS http://www.ada.gov/aids/ada_q&a_aids.pdf

Oregon Employment Department http://www.oregon.gov/employ/pages/default.aspx

Statewide Job Fairs and Events http://www.oregon.gov/EMPLOY/jobseekers/Pages/Job-Fairs-and-Events.aspx

Kohlenberg & Associates – Vocational Counseling Services (includes articles on vocational evaluations, career counseling, disability & employment, and HIV & employment): http://www.bkohlenberg.com/pages/3_articles.html

National Working Positive Coalition – Advice & Information: http://www.workingpositive.net/info.htm

WorkSource http://www.worksourceoregon.org/

Goodwill Job Connections http://www.goodwill.org/find-jobs-and-services/

St Vincent de Paul (Lane County only): http://www.svdp.us/what-we-do/self-sufficiency-services/

LGBT Employee Resources: http://www.hrc.org/resources/entry/lgbt-employee-resources


Job Search Sites

US Jobs by the National Labor Exchange http://us.jobs/

Oregon Employment Department http://www.emp.state.or.us/jobs/

Craig’s List: www.craigslist.org

Mac’s List: www.macslist.org

Indeed: www.indeed.com

iMatch Skills: www.imatchskills.org

Idealist: www.idealist.org

Health Hires: www.thelundreport.org/health-hires

CareerBuilder: www.careerbuilder.com

Monster: www.monster.com

State of Oregon: http://www.oregon.gov/jobs/Pages/index.aspx


Lane County

City of Eugene: https://www.eugene-or.gov/jobs

City of Springfield: http://www.ci.springfield.or.us/menujobs.htm

Lane County: http://www.lanecounty.org/Departments/HR/Pages/default.aspx


Top Employers Lists:

100 Best Employers to Work for in Oregon: http://www.oregonbusiness.com/oregon100best (includes 100 Best Companies to Work for, 100 Best Nonprofits to Work for, and 100 Best Green Companies to Work for in Oregon).

Oregon Gay Friendly Businesses: http://www.gayfriendlybiz.com/oregon/132-0.html

Fastest Growing Companies in Oregon: http://www.inc.com/inc5000/list/2014/state/or/


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