Careers at NAP

Nebraska AIDS Project is currently hiring for the following positions:           


Job Title: Lincoln Case Manager

Reports to: Supportive Services Coordinator

Essential Functions

  1. 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
  2. Home visits and required meetings including: medical case reviews/rounds, staff and case management meetings and other community meetings as required by NAP
  3. 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 annual NAP events as instructed by Executive Director
  3. Assist with other duties as assigned

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities

  • Must be adaptable to a dynamic and fluctuating work environment
  • Regular and predictable attendance required
  • Must have good interpersonal and communication skills and demonstrate polite and friendly customer services
  • Possess good computer skills
  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field (e.g., psychology, counseling, nursing, sociology, etc.) or six years of experience in a similar field
  • Client case management experience preferred
  • Working knowledge of HIV/AIDS preferred
  • Familiar with medical service provision and other human service resources preferred
  • Bilingual Spanish-speaking candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Interested applicants, please submit a cover letter and resume to Shaina Adams via email: shainaa@nap.org


Job Title: SW Iowa Case Manager/Field Benefits Specialist

Reports to: Supportive Services Manager

Essential Functions

Case Management

  1. Position is housed in the Omaha NAP office and is contracted to provide case management services to individuals living with HIV, who reside in SW Iowa.
  2. 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 Iowa Department of Public Health.
  3. Home visits and required meetings including: medical case reviews, medical rounds, staff and case management meetings and other community meetings as required by NAP
  4. Maintain adherence to all agency and Iowa Department of Public Health HIV/AIDS case management standards for Ryan White and HOPWA programs.

Field Benefit Specialist

  1. Assist clients directly or provide referral, with enrollment or re-enrollment to insurance benefit programs including but not limited to ADAP (AIDS Drug Assistance Program) Sponsored Insurance, Social Security, and Medicare/Medicaid
  2. Complete comprehensive benefits assessments for clients at time of open enrollment, case management enrollment, life changes and annually, to determine most appropriate insurance option
  3. Maintain a positive working relationship with the ADAP Coordinator, including participation in all required Field Benefits Specialist trainings.
  4. Maintain a working knowledge of the benefit options and provide health insurance literacy to clients and Case Managers.
  5. Clearly and concisely communicate updates on client benefit enrollment, to assigned Case Manager and appropriate external entities.

Marginal Functions

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

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities

  • Must be adaptable to a dynamic and fluctuating work environment
  • Regular and predictable attendance required
  • Must have good interpersonal and communication skills and demonstrate polite and friendly customer service
  • Possess good computer skills  
  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or related field (e.g., psychology, counseling, sociology, social work etc.)  or six years of work experience in a similar field
  • Client Case Management experience preferred
  • Working knowledge of HIV/AIDS preferred
  • Working knowledge of insurance benefits and enrollment process preferred
  • Familiarity with medical service provision and other human service resources preferred

Interested applicants, please submit a cover letter and resume to Samantha Willey at samanthaw@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.