Careers at NAP

Nebraska AIDS Project is currently hiring for the following positions:       

Job Title: Lincoln Support Services Coordinator

Reports to: Support Services Performance Manager

Essential Functions

1. Provide training, supervision, and support to Lincoln-based case managers working in Nebraska

2. Assist Supportive Services management in rolling out changes as deemed necessary by state management, and support staff through implementation

3. Perform general case management services for eligible clients, including but not limited to, complete psycho-social assessments, development and follow through of service plans, ongoing communication with client, provide assistance with and referrals for basic care needs, monitoring of medical adherence, and completion of all documentation as required by agency and state policies and procedures

4. Home visits and required meetings including: medical case reviews/rounds, staff and case management meetings and other community meetings as required by NAP

5. Complete quarterly Ryan White and Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (HOPWA) reports as required by state policies.

Marginal Functions

  1. Additional requirements for client service delivery as indicated in case management guidelines, policies, and
    procedures
  2. Attend required NAP events as instructed by the Executive Director
  3. Assist with other duties as assigned

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities

o Must be adaptable to a dynamic and fluctuating work environment

o Regular and predictable attendance required

o Must have good interpersonal and communication skills and demonstrate polite and friendly customer service

o Possess good computer skills

o Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field or 5-8 years of work experience in a similar supervisory role

o Working knowledge of HIV/AIDS preferred

Interested applicants, please submit a cover letter and resume to Lacie Bolte at lacieb@nap.org

Disclaimer: The preceding job descriptions have been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by the positions described. It is no designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.

Job Title: PREP NAVIGATOR & CLINCAL SUPPORT SPECIALIST

Reports to: Clinical Coordinator

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  1. Conduct screening and assessment for PrEP referrals (in person and telePrEP) and complete enrollments into NAP’s PrEP programming as appropriate
  2. Provide PrEP/PEP benefits navigation and assist in adherence and retention support as needed by clients or directed by NAP’s Clinical Coordinator
  3. Develop PrEP/PEP resources and network of providers to assist in active referrals and linkage to services/NAP Programming
  4. Administer, coordinate, and implement onsite HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) and STI (sexually transmitted infections) testing requirements as directed by program processes and Clinical Coordinator
  5. Provide thorough sexual health assessments, education, counseling, and referrals with respect to HIV and STI statuses and other individualized prevention client needs as a part of testing and counseling sessions
  6. Assist in the coordination of STI treatment processes for testing clients, including facilitation and/or linkage to appropriate laboratory, healthcare, supportive, and/or treatment services
  7. Assist in the maintenance of good working relationships with existing partnerships with respect to surveillance needs in carrying out NAP’s clinical services, including but not limited to Douglas County Health Department and Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
  8. Participate in outbound testing as needed including Testing To-Go, events and targeted outreach
  9. Collect data, perform data entry, and prepare monthly required reports as needed

MARGINAL FUNCTIONS

  1. Prevention, education, and community engagement job functions as assigned, including but not limited to: providing HIV. PEP. PrEP, and STI education, participating in community events, and/or assisting in targeted outreach efforts
  2. Attend required annual NAP events
  3. Assist with other duties as assigned

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES
o Must be able to regularly work evenings and some weekends as needed
o 1-3 years of work experience in a similar field or background in public health or social work preferred Working knowledge of HIV and STI’s preferred
o Experience with point-of-care testing preferred
o Phlebotomy certificate or willingness to obtain preferred
o Must have regular access to reliable transportation
o Must have a valid driver’s license
o Must be adaptable to a dynamic and fluctuating work environment
o Must have good interpersonal and communication skills and demonstrate polite and friendly customer service
o Possess good computer skills

Please submit a cover letter and resume to hollyb@nap.org to apply

Job Title: PREVENTION & TESTING SPECIALIST

Reports to: Clinical Coordinator

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  1. Administer, coordinate, and implement onsite HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) and STI (sexually transmitted infections) testing requirements as directed by internal program processes and NAP’s Clinical Coordinator
  2. Provide thorough sexual health assessments, education, counseling, and referrals with respect to HIV and STI statuses and other individualized prevention client needs as a part of testing and counseling sessions
  3. Assist in the coordination of HIV confirmatory and STI treatment processes for testing clients, including facilitation and/or linkage to appropriate laboratory, healthcare, supportive, and/or treatment services
  4. Assist in the maintenance of good working relationships with existing partnerships with respect to surveillance needs in carrying out NAP’s clinical services, including but not limited to Douglas County Health Department and Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
  5. Provide clinical support within NAP PrEP programming as directed by NAP’s Clinical Coordinator
  6. Participate in outbound testing as needed and directed including Testing To-Go, events and targeted outreach
  7. Collect data, perform data entry, and prepare monthly required reports as directed by funding sources and NAP leadership
  8. Assist in coordination of Nebraska AIDS Project (NAP) volunteer testing program

MARGINAL FUNCTIONS

  1. Prevention, education, and community engagement job functions as assigned, including but not limited to: providing HIV. PEP. PrEP, and STI education, participating in community events, and/or assisting in targeted outreach efforts
  2. Attend required annual NAP events
  3. Assist with other duties as assigned

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES
o Must be able to regularly work evenings and some weekends as needed
o 1-3 years of work experience in a similar field or background in public health or social work preferred Working knowledge of HIV and STI’s preferred
o Experience with point-of-care testing preferred
o Phlebotomy certificate or willingness to obtain preferred
o Must have regular access to reliable transportation
o Must have a valid driver’s license
o Must be adaptable to a dynamic and fluctuating work environment
o Must have good interpersonal and communication skills and demonstrate polite and friendly customer service
o Possess good computer skills

Please submit a cover letter and resume to hollyb@nap.org to apply