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HIV Alliance requires all potential employees to include an Employment Application.

The application can be found here: Employment Application.  To fill out the application, please follow these steps

  1. Download the application, right click on the file, and open with Adobe Reader. Please be sure to download the file because you will not be able to add text if it opens from your browser.
  2. Once open in Adobe Reader, you can fill in the form electronically by clicking the “fill & sign” tab in the top right corner and then using your cursor to select the areas you wish to fill.
  3. E-mail the employment application along with the employment application packet (resume, cover letter, and any additional forms) to the listed email address.

If you do not have Adobe Reader, you will not be able to fill in the form electronically. If this is the case, print the form and fill it out by hand.

Only complete packets will be considered.
All positions are subject to a criminal background check.

HIV Alliance is an equal employment opportunity employer

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Site Supervisor & Care Coordinator – Roseburg Office


DEPARTMENT: Client Services

REPORTS TO: Client Services Manager

JOB LOCATION: 647 W Luellen Drive, Suite 3, Roseburg, Oregon 97470

 

SALARY AND BENEFITS 

  • Current FTE: 1.0 FTE (40 hours/week)
  • Salary range: $17.00 – $20.00/hour
  • Paid holidays, vacation time, and sick leave
  • Health insurance (medical, dental, vision) available to employees working .75 FTE and above
  • This position is hourly and non-exempt, i.e. subject to state and federal wage and overtime requirements

 

THE POSITION 

The position will act as a site supervisor for the Roseburg Office, as well as serving clients as a Care Coordinator.

As a Care Coordinator, this person works with clients to develop a care plan that will lead to stability, self-sufficiency, and create conditions amenable to client self-management of their health. Care Coordinators will participate on the team of providers, and may be the lead of that team.

The role of the Care Coordinator includes assisting the client in accessing medical programs, including insurance, as well as social services. The CC acts as an advocate, providing ongoing support to the client in order to maintain access to medical assistance programs, and minimize any break in access to medical care. The CC will support the clients goals to address the social determinants of health including, services to meet basic needs such as housing, transportation and food, as well as alcohol and drug programs, mental health services, vocational programs and SSI/SSDI. The Care Coordinator facilitates this access through the provision of referrals, and additional coordination or advocacy as needed. This position coordinates access to support services provided through the Ryan White Treatment Modernization Act of 2006.

As the Site Supervisor, this position works closely with management staff to ensure that services are provided in compliance with agency and applicable regulations and that office needs are met.  The role of the Site Supervisor is not to replace the staff supervisor, but to oversee office operations.   The Site Supervisor will play a key role in ensuring that the office runs smoothly, staff and customer needs are met, and will handle tasks that require direct attention or action.  They will work closely with the program managers to proactively address concerns and enhance the work environment.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

Client Care

  • Client identification, outreach and engagement
  • Psychosocial assessment of need;
  • Provide direct one-on-one and phone care coordination services
  • Visit accompaniment services
  • Make appropriate referrals, including follow up and documentation.
  • Conduct phone and face-to-face assessments and annual reassessments
  • Development of a service plan or care plan
  • Advocate on behalf of our clients
  • Provide HIV education, including explanation of available services, and partner programs
  • Support client Implementation of the care plan
  • Monitor of ongoing client needs and reassess as appropriate
  • Coordinate with Program Assistant to order Emergency Financial Assistance

 

SUPPORT

  • Develop and strengthen relationships with service providers
  • Maintain up to date information about medical insurance and assistance programs, social services and medical providers
  • Maintain up-to-date HIV knowledge;
  • Maintain up-to-date and accurate client records, including CareWare
  • Participate in required training pertaining to case management
  • Participate in necessary meetings & teams
  • Assist Manager with all necessary reports
  • Other duties as defined by Director and Ryan White Principles and Standards

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work/Human Service or other related field or 2 years full time case management or related experience
  • Leadership experience
  • Client-centered service experience
  • Experience working with clients who have substance abuse and/or mental health issues
  • Detail-oriented
  • Self-manager/self-motivated
  • Ability to work with diverse populations
  • Knowledge of local and statewide social service providers
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Working knowledge of databases
  • Record-keeping & organizational skills
  • Willing to be part agency & department teams
  • Valid Oregon drivers license, driving record sufficient to be covered by agency auto insurance policy, ability to transport self to job related events
  • TB test
  • Flexible hours required, some evenings and weekends
  • Ability to pass agency criminal background check

 

TO APPLY: Please download application. Then, send PDF application, cover letter and resume to Sherrie Runion at srunion@hivalliance.org

Only complete applications including employment application, resume and cover letter will be considered.

This position is open until filled.

Thank you!

Behavioral Health Therapist (QMHP)


DEPARTMENT:     Behavioral Health  

REPORTS TO:        Behavioral Health Manager

JOB LOCATION:   1195a City View Street, Eugene, OR 97402

 

SALARY AND BENEFITS

 

  • Current FTE: 0.5 at hire, increase to up to 1.0 with client load (20-25 weekly client contact hours per 1.0 FTE)
  • Salary Range: $34,000 unlicensed, $42,000 licensed
  • Health insurance (medical, dental, vision) offered at 0.75 FTE or greater
  • Paid holidays, vacation time, and discretionary leave prorated to FTE
  • 403 (b) retirement benefits
  • This position is salaried and exempt, i.e. not subject to state and federal wage and overtime requirements

 

 

THE POSITION

The primary role of the Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP) is to provide comprehensive mental health services and to provide initial assessment of behavioral health and substance use, and make appropriate referrals to outside community providers when needed. This position works closely with the Behavioral Health Support Specialist (BSS), Behavioral Health Manager, and Program Director to provide high-quality, low-barrier behavioral health services.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Conduct and document comprehensive mental health assessments
  • Develop Individual Services and Support Plan (ISSP) in collaboration with clients
  • Provide individual, family or group psychotherapy within the scope of education and training
  • Maintain confidentiality and records in compliance with CFR 42, HIPAA and HIVA policies and standards
  • Ensure patient comfort while visiting HIV Alliance
  • Serve as a client advocate and collaborate with Care Coordinators and Behavioral Health Support Specialist in helping clients get access to government benefits, services, and healthcare as needed
  • Work with BSS to ensure appropriate referral follow up
  • Administer outcome measuring tools
  • Assist with mental health crisis situations during scheduled office hours
  • Utilize the electronic data systems appropriately
  • Other duties as assigned

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Graduate degree Master’s or Doctorate) in clinical psychology, social work, counseling, or related behavioral health field.
  • Professional license (Licensed Psychologist, LPC, LMFT, or LCSW) or registration as licensure intern
  • Ability to become credentialed by the Coordinated Care Organization (CCO), and Division of Medical Assistance Programs (DMAP) as a Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP)
  • Demonstrable competency and experience in working with clients of diverse cultural backgrounds, especially LGBTQ+ clients, low-income clients, and clients with chronic health conditions, especially HIV+ and HCV.
  • Demonstrable understanding of how trauma affects individual, family and community psychology and ability to offer trauma-informed services
  • Demonstrable understanding of and ability to apply Harm Reduction principles
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work in a high impact, dynamic environment and maintain a positive attitude
  • Alignment with HIV Alliance values
  • Ability to identify areas of improvement and work on collaborative problem solving
  • Ability to develop concise treatment plans, notes and progress records
  • Ability to evaluate client progress and work with client to make adjustments
  • Knowledge of mental health treatment and related issues, including DSM- V diagnostic criteria.
  • Computer literacy
  • Valid Oregon driver’s license, driving record sufficient to be covered by agency auto insurance policy, ability to transport self to job-related events, meetings and locations
  • TB test (provided at agency)
  • Flexible hours required, including some evenings and weekends
  • Ability to pass agency criminal background check

 

TO APPLY: Please download application. Then, send PDF application, cover letter and resume to Jordan Shin at jshin@hivalliance.org

Only complete applications including employment application, resume and cover letter will be considered.

This position is open until filled.

Thank you!

Research Assistant


DEPARTMENT:   Behavioral Health

REPORTS TO:     Behavioral Health or Program Manager

JOB LOCATION:  Eugene or Roseburg Office

 

SALARY AND BENEFITS

  • Current FTE:  1.0 FTE (40 hours/week)
  • Starting pay: $17-20/hour DOE
  • Health insurance (medical, dental, vision) offered at 0.75 FTE or greater
  • Paid holidays, vacation time, and discretionary leave prorated to FTE
  • 403 (b) retirement benefits after 6 months; Employee Assistance Program
  • This position is hourly and non-exempt, i.e. subject to state and federal wage and overtime requirements

 

SUMMARY OF POSITION

We are seeking a Research Assistant to provide support and study coordination for our Oregon HIV/HCV and Opioid Prevention and Engagement (OR-HOPE) study. The Research Assistant will coordinate day-to-day implementation of recruitment, consent, and data collection for people living in rural Oregon target counties who use drugs. The successful applicant will be based at HIV Alliance outreach sites in Eugene or Roseburg, Oregon, and serve as a resource for syringe exchange and other HIV Alliance staff in performance of study procedures. This position will collaborate closely with other investigators at OHSU, Oregon Health Authority and HealthInsight. The RA will oversee management of participant records, maintain accurate and current data collection forms, and prepare and disseminate recruitment and enrollment reports as required. The RA will be responsible for reporting adverse events as needed.

 

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Conduct structured interviews and data collection with study participants
  • Ensure and maintain confidential storage of all study and client related materials
  • Obtain informed consent from prospective participants
  • Maintain positive, professional demeanor with participants; develop rapport and create comfortable, welcoming environment; and strive to maintain high retention rate
  • Review data collected for accuracy and completeness
  • Provide input to planning and designing data collection procedures, instruments, and/or assessment protocols, and may assist in field testing such procedures
  • Assist with editing, and cleaning data, and maintaining data records and files
  • Provide clerical or support services to the Peer Support Specialist and other program staff
  • Work with the research team and Principal Investigator to administer survey tools and obtain informed consent for participants.
  • Work closely with internal Peer Support Specialist
  • Attend regular supervision meetings
  • Perform other duties as assigned/needed

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelors degree, preferably in social science, and 6 months – two years (6 mos. – 2 years) of research experience, or any equivalent combination of education and experience that provides the knowledge, skill, and ability to perform the job.
  • Experience in research methods or field data collection, by phone or in person
  • Demonstrated ability to learn and follow procedures and protocols for a behavioral research project.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with research staff and with program personnel and research participants, both verbally and in writing
  • Ability to engage in conversations about HIV/HCV risk including sex and injection drug use
  • Demonstrable understanding of and ability to apply Harm Reduction principles
  • Alignment with HIV Alliance values
  • Ability to identify areas of improvement and work on collaborative problem solving
  • Self-manager/self-motivated
  • Ability to work with diverse populations
  • Effective oral and written communication skills and interpersonal skills and strong organizational skills
  • Ability to manage time and meet deadlines
  • Ability to work flexible hours, in non-tradition and community based settings
  • Basic computer and keyboard proficiency using Microsoft Office software
  • Ability to work collaboratively as a team member as well as independently
  • Ability to maintain accurate records and necessary paperwork
  • Pass a criminal history background check
  • Current Oregon driver’s license
  • TB test

 

TO APPLY: Please download application. Then, send PDF application, cover letter and resume to Amanda McCluskey at amccluskey@hivalliance.org

Only complete applications including employment application, resume and cover letter will be considered.

This position is open until filled.

Thank you!

Early Intervention Specialist


DEPARTMENT:     Prevention

REPORTS TO:        Prevention Manager

JOB LOCATION:   1195a City View Street, Eugene, OR 97402

 

SALARY AND BENEFITS

 

  • Current FTE:  1.0 FTE (40 hours/week)
  • Starting pay: $15/hour
  • Health insurance (medical, dental, vision) offered at 0.75 FTE or greater
  • Paid holidays, vacation time, and discretionary leave prorated to FTE
  • 403 (b) retirement benefits
  • This position is hourly and non-exempt, i.e. subject to state and federal wage and overtime requirements

 

SUMMARY OF POSITION

The Early Intervention Outreach Specialist (EIOS) will work closely with the Prevention Manager and EIOS Coordinator at Lane County Public Health to reach high risk communities and ensure that newly diagnosed individuals and connected to care. This includes conducting recruitment into counseling, testing, referral and PrEP coordination services. The EIOS will work with the Prevention Manager, EIOS Coordination and agency staff to identify locations for testing and strategies to increase testing among target populations, including onsite and offsite testing and testing events, and will provide prevention services as needed.  In addition, they will act as the liaison for the county coordinator with respect to enrolling newly diagnosed clients into HIV Care and Treatment services.  The Specialist will support efforts to ensure that prevention services and resources are targeted in the most effective manner and will be responsible for collection of data to support that effort.  In collaboration with the prevention and education team, the Specialist will work to reduce barriers to care through community education, prevention events, promotion and outreach.   The Specialist will also work closely with other staff at the agency to promote and support PrEP utilization among at risk individuals.

 

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist Lane County Coordinator and work with agency Intake Team to ensure adequate linkage of newly diagnosed HIV positive clients to care and treatment
  • Conduct outreach online, in community sex environments, and at LGBT-related events to gay and bisexual men, offering safer sex supplies and making referrals to our services, and services provided by community partners;
  • Assess current testing plan and make recommendations based upon current data and trends
  • Recruit high-risk populations into CTRS;
  • Recruit MSM for participation in MSM interventions
  • Assist Prevention Manager in planning community events.
  • Training and supervision of volunteers and interns; and
  • Help foster community involvement, support and effective collaboration.
  • Assist with coordination of focus groups, surveys and key participant interviews to improve prevention services
  • Provide HIV and HCV testing and screening
  • Keeping meaningful data concerning services and usr that data in ongoing program development and evaluation
  • Acts as liaison and HIV prevention advocate to community groups and coalitions
  • Participate on all required agency teams and committees
  • Advocate for needed services and future direction of these services
  • Model and encourage community collaborations in all programs
  • Stay current on HIV prevention (interventions, stats, etc)
  • Assist in MSM and other prevention program reports
  • Fill in for other prevention programs as needed

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Willingness to work a flexible schedule, including many evenings and some weekends.
  • Experience or training/education in providing evidence based public health or related services
  • Comfortable discussing sex, drug use, and HIV/AIDS.
  • Knowledge of the unique issues affecting high-risk communities and willingness to learn about culturally relevant interventions for gay and bisexual men, people who inject drugs and people living with HIV/AIDS.
  • Attention to detail
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Willingness to work with:
    • marginalized, underserved populations.
    • people who inject drugs.
    • sex workers.
    • gay/bisexual men and other men who have sex with men.
    • individuals engaging in behavior considered to be high-risk for HIV.
    • gay/bisexual young men and young people who inject drugs.
  • Support of harm reduction philosophy and client-centered approach in prevention.
  • Comfortable handling safer injection and safer sex supplies.
  • Familiarity using Word, Excel, Microsoft Access, and Power Point.
  • Ability to work on a team successfully and effectively
  • Creative and technical writing skills
  • Effective spokesperson and advocate – ability to negotiate and represent agency and importance of HIV/AIDS issues
  • Ability to communicate in group setting, facilitation skills a plus
  • Ability to build and maintain bridges between HIV Alliance and its clients, other non-profit agencies, governmental entities, key community stakeholders
  • Valid Oregon driver’s license, driving record sufficient to be covered by agency auto insurance policy, ability to transport self to job-related events and locations
  • Ability to pass agency criminal background check

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • One year experience working with marginalized, underserved populations

 

TO APPLY: Please download application. Then, send PDF application, cover letter and resume to Dane Zahner at dzahner@hivalliance.org

Only complete applications including employment application, resume and cover letter will be considered.

This position is open until filled.

Thank you!

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