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How to Apply

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to mcassity@ triadhealthproject.org

Our Commitment to Equity

Triad Health Project is an equal opportunity employer. THP recruits, employs, trains, compensates and promotes regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, veteran status, and other protected status as required by applicable law. We are committed to establishing an inclusive environment where a diverse mix of talented people can come to stay, grow, and do their best work.

Prevention and Outreach Manager

Supervised by: Associate Director

Purpose of Position: Provide management, coordination, and co-leadership to all Triad Health Project Prevention and Wellness outreach, development strategies, and programming.

Primary Tasks:

  • Supervises Prevention and Outreach staff, including but not limited to: Prevention Advocates, PrEP Navigators, Outreach Personnel, Interns, and Volunteers
  • In partnership with the Wellness and Outreach Manager, plans, implements, and evaluates THP’s strategies for Prevention and Wellness services and community outreach
  • In partnership with the Wellness and Outreach Manager and the Director of CQI, strategizes to develop the goals and objectives for all grants related to Prevention and Wellness
  • Works with the Wellness and Outreach Manager to strategize implementation processes to meet the goals and objectives for all Prevention and Wellness programming
  • Prepares monthly reports on Prevention and Outreach as requested by the Associate and Executive Directors
  • Coordinates with the Wellness and Outreach Manager to attend Leadership Team meetings and communicates and coordinates program plans regularly with other THP Directors, Leads and staff as needed
  • Pursues any professional development needed to obtain and/or to keep any personal or agency certifications, licenses, and knowledge current in order to insure quality services are delivered to the community
  • Represents THP in the community, both physically in Guilford County and also via social media
  • Assists the Associate and Executive Director in identifying funding sources for programming initiatives and stability
  • Provides testing services when needed and as schedule permits
  • Other tasks as assigned to improve the overall functioning and equity of the agency

In addition to these tasks, every Triad Health Project employee is asked to participate in fundraising activities for the organization. These activities vary and are held throughout the year. Additionally, all Triad Health Project staff, interns, and volunteers are asked to commit to our organizational pursuit of equity, which requires organizational training, reading, and discussion at various times. Outreach and fundraising activities may include evening and weekend hours.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • bachelor’s degree in field appropriate to area of assignment and two years administrative coordinative program experience, or
  • six years of progressively responsible administrative coordinative program experience, or
  • an equivalent combination of experience, training and/or education

Salary Range: $35,000-$45,000 (annual)

Case Manager (Bilingual, Spanish)

Supervised by: Director of Client Services

Purpose of Position: Provide direct services to persons living with HIV, including, but not limited to eight core services: intake, assessment, care plan development, treatment adherence counseling, resource development, service coordination, monitoring, reassessment, and discharge planning.

Primary Tasks:

  • Coordinates and completes the intake, assessment, care plan development, resource development and referral, monitoring and reassessment, and discharge planning for all clients assigned.
  • Refers clients for medical care and basic needs and seeks to address psychosocial issues, housing issues, legal concerns, and other issues specific to individual client needs.
  • Reaches out to Latinx and Hispanic communities to spread awareness about medical case management services for those living with HIV; may also have non Spanish speaking clients on case load.
  • Provides information to clients about the spread of HIV and how to reduce the individual’s risk of infecting others.
  • Assists in providing pre-and post-test counseling for people being tested for HIV.
  • Ensures confidentiality of clients by guarding against disclosure of HIV status without informed and written consent of clients. Follows all Federal HIPAA standards in agency work.
  • Maintains accurate, professional, and complete documentation of services provided.
  • Attends community meetings as appropriate to assist in continuity of care for all clients and represents THP in all settings in a professional manner.
  • Assures professional development by maintaining education on issues related to HIV care and prevention. Attends at least twelve hours of training per year that is approved by the AIDS Care Branch of NC.
  • Abides by all policies and procedures of THP.
  • Performs other tasks as assigned by the Executive Director and the Director of Clinical Services that contribute to the Agency’s functioning.

In addition to these tasks, every Triad Health Project employee is asked to participate in fundraising activities for the organization. These activities vary and are held throughout the year. Additionally, all Triad Health Project staff, interns, and volunteers are asked to commit to our organizational pursuit of equity, which requires organizational training, reading, and processing at various times. Outreach and fundraising activities may include evening and weekend hours.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • 4 year degree from an accredited college or university in Social Work or other related human service field
  • 2 years of work experience within the human service field preferred
  • Ability to read, write, and speak in English and Spanish fluently

Knowledge and Skills:
Possess the ability to work with the public in a professional manner, handle all clients and support networks with cultural competence and non-judgmental attitudes, develop therapeutic relationships with clients, work with teams, use professional judgment, work independently, communicate orally and in writing in a professional manner, and work with flexible work schedule.

Salary Range: $30,000-$35,000 (annual)

Case Manager and Community Care Advocate

Supervised by: Director of Client Services

Purpose of Position: Provides direct services for persons living with and affected by HIV while working closely with THP’s Prevention and Wellness staff to promote harm reduction principles and reduce stigma. Provides a focus on care to diverse populations — specifically, outreach to HIV positive persons who identify as women.

Primary Tasks:

  • Coordinates the intake, assessment, care plan development and implementation, service coordination, treatment adherence counseling, referral, and discharge planning for all clients/families assigned.
  • Provides training and consultation on case management to THP staff and community professions outside the agency working with HIV.
  • Facilitates support groups and manages referrals to create access points for clients seeking support and/or therapeutic care.
  • Actively seeks connection to community groups and organizations to provide information and resources regarding sexually transmitted infections and risk reduction practices.
  • Maintains certification to provide pre-and post-test counseling for people being tested for HIV.
  • Follows and adheres to all Federal HIPAA standards while maintaining the unique confidentiality standards for all THP clients.
  • Maintains accurate, professional, and complete documentation of services provided.
  • Attends community meetings as appropriate and assigned as a representative of THP. Works directly with Prevention and Wellness staff to ensure continuity of care for all clients.
  • Engages in professional development on issues related to HIV prevention and care. Attends a minimum of twelve hours of professional development annually.
  • Abides by all policies and procedures of THP.
  • Performs other tasks as assigned by the Executive Director and immediate supervisor that contribute to the agency’s functioning.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Graduate degree from an accredited college or university in Social Work or other related human service field
  • 2 years of experience within the human services field preferred, along with experience in group facilitation

Knowledge and Skills:
Possess the ability to work with the public in a professional manner, handle all clients and support networks with cultural competence and non-judgmental attitudes, develop therapeutic relationships with clients, work with teams, use professional judgment, work independently, communicate orally and in writing in a professional manner, and work with flexible work schedule.

Salary Range: $30,000-$35,000 (annual)