HIV Counselor/Office Manager

Division / Program: 
Preventing HIV Project
Position Details
Opening Date: 
Fri, 11/09/2018
Position Summary: 
Under the supervision of the PHP Program Director, the HIV Counselor/Office Manager is responsible for providing HIV counseling and testing services and performing certain administrative duties related to office management, recordkeeping, managing client files, data entry and inventory control. The person in this position engages clients at high-risk of HIV/AIDS infection, transmission and re-infection into the prevention, health and counseling and testing services of PHP. In addition, the person in this position will act as a liaison for the agency as well as to other CBOs and health organizations, and will be part of any committee or collaboration as requested.
Key Duties & Responsibilities: 
• Provides administrative support to the program, including but not limited to: o Maintaining client files and producing reports o Tracking inventory of incentives and supplies o Entering client and related data into the agency database o Maintaining supplies and incentives for clients o Providing general office management services to the agency • Conducts on-going community and street outreach in the Kensington area; conducts street outreach only when accompanied by another PHP staff person. • Engages and refers clients for HIV counseling and testing services. • Provides input in planning and evaluating activities. • Provides referrals to STD and Hepatitis screenings; as well as to other medical and social services. • Maintains accurate and up-to-date activity logs and reports. • Participates in community health fairs and other community events as requested by the Program Director. • Available after hours and weekends as requested. • Participates in on-going professional development trainings as identified by program director. • Conducts HIV counseling and testing when required by the Program Director.
Education, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: 
Any combination of training and experience which would provide the required knowledge and abilities to perform job duties. Bilingual English and/or Spanish speaking preferred. Excellent oral and written communication skills in English and Spanish preferred. HIV/AIDS knowledge a must. Experience working with diverse populations. Cultural competent a must. Knowledge and skills in working in a team effort. Ability to work with multiple projects. Must be detailed oriented. Must demonstrate a strong commitment to team work among staff. Must maintain confidentiality regarding agency and constituent information. Must be able to work flexible hours. This includes after hours and weekends. Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs a must.
Contact Info
Contact Info: 
Forward cover letter and resume to: mslayton@uac.org