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Current employment opportunities:


Job Purpose

Under general direction, is responsible for performing varied administrative and social service work by providing services, performing outreach, and making referrals to the appropriate agency to ensure solutions to client problems.
Duties & Responsibilities
•Assisting in the development of forms, reports, and administrative procedures
•Identify individuals who are HIV+ by providing testing and counseling and linkage to medical care. •Identify individuals who are newly diagnosed HIV+ and provide outreach to assist in accessing medical care
•Conducting outreach to the target population to include individual and group presentations •Designs, plans, and conducts Information sessions.
•Assists in preparing presentations, publications, advertisements, and promotional materials. •Proactively seek out and develop relationships to encourage positive relations between AARC and other organizations.
•Compiling statistical reports
•Performs related duties and fulfills responsibilities as required.
Required Qualifications
•High School Education or equivalent.
•Two Years Experience in a related field
•Driver’s License
•Ability to lift 25 pounds
•A minimum of one year paid work experience with persons with HIV or other chronic illness;
•Available during late shifts and weekends
•Extensive knowledge of community resources and services
•Experience with social media

Office-based role

Job Type: Full-time

COVID-19 considerations:
Staff and visitors are required to wear face masks. COVID-19 vaccine required.


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