Careers at NAP

Nebraska AIDS Project is currently hiring for the following positions:       

Job Title: Omaha Support Services Coordinator

Reports to: Omaha Support Services Manager

Essential Functions

  1. Provide training, direct supervision, and support to Omaha-based Case Managers.
  2. Complete Intake process and assign caseloads, to Omaha-based Case Managers.
  3. Assist Supportive Services in rolling out changes as deemed necessary by state management, and support staff through implementation.
  4. Provide oversight of NAP housing services, including coordination of the Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) Program.
  5. Interpret rules and regulations for Ryan White and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) and facilitate understanding to internal and external clients regarding eligibility.
  6. Review and approve paperwork submitted by Case Managers, for completion and quality assurance.
  7. Assist in the execution of regular compliance audits performed by Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (NDHHS) and performs regular internal audits.
  8. Work in collaboration with Omaha Support Services Coordinator, who oversees internal request process.

Marginal Functions

  1. Educate and facilitate ongoing quality assurance guidelines to support services team, as needed
  2. Attend required NAP events as instructed by the 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 service
  • Possess good computer skills  
  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or related field or 1-2 years of work experience in a similar field
  • Working knowledge of HIV/AIDS preferred
  • Working knowledge of case management support services preferred

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

    

Job Title: Office Coordinator, Kearney

Reports to: Support Services Performance Manager

Essential Functions

  1. Organize office operations and procedures including general staffing, office management, and oversight of any peripheral workers such as volunteers, interns, or contract workers
  2. Provide training, supervision, and support to Kearney-based staff
  3. Assist Supportive Services management in rolling out changes as deemed necessary by state management, and support staff through implementation
  4. 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
  5. Home visits and required meetings including: medical case reviews/rounds, staff and case management meetings and other community meetings as required by NAP
  6. Complete quarterly Ryan White and Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (HOPWA) reports as required by state policies.
  7. Oversees the maintenance of the NAP office, including appropriately ordering office supplies, maintaining office equipment and materials, and basic building maintenance as needed

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

  • 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 Social Work or related field or 7-10 years of work experience in a similar supervisory role
  • Working knowledge of HIV/AIDS preferred

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

Job Title: Lincoln Case Manager

Reports to: Lincoln Support 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 NAP events as instructed by the 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 service
  • Possess good computer skills
  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field (e.g., psychology, counseling, nursing, sociology, etc.) or six year of work experience in a similar field
  • Client Case Management experience preferred
  • Working knowledge of HIV/AIDS preferred
  • Familiarity with medical service provision and other human service resources preferred
  • Ability to speak and read Spanish preferred

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

Job Title: Lincoln Outreach & Linkage Specialist

Reports to: Outreach Coordinator

Essential Functions

  1. Provide targeted outreach services to populations disproportionately impacted by HIV in coordination with local and State HIV prevention programs
  2. Provide targeted HIV testing services to help the unaware learn of their HIV status
  3. 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 targeted testing services
  4. Assist in the coordination of HIV confirmatory and STI treatment processes for testing clients, focusing on access and linkage to appropriate laboratory, healthcare, supportive, and/or treatment services
  5. Provide active referral services for testing clients found to be living with HIV to improve HIV care and treatment services at key points of entry and direct clients living with HIV to needed core medical and/or support services
  6. Collect data, perform data entry, and prepare monthly required reports as directed by funding sources and NAP leadership

Marginal Functions

  1. Assist with non-targeted testing services as directed, including onsite/clinical testing and Testing To-Go services
  2. Assist with PrEP clinic efforts as directed
  3. Represent NAP in the community for all non-targeted outreach and education efforts as needed
  4. Attend required NAP events as directed by NAP leadership
  5. Assist with other duties as assigned

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities

• Must be adaptable to a dynamic and fluctuating work environment, including remote work with continued impact from the COVID-19 pandemic on regular NAP operations
• Must be able to regularly work evenings and some weekends as needed post COVID-19 adjusted scheduling
• Must be able to work independently and as part of a team
• Must have regular access to reliable transportation
• Must have valid identification
• Must have good interpersonal and communication skills and demonstrate polite and friendly customer service
• Must possess good computer skills
• Experience working in healthcare or public health setting preferred
• Working knowledge of HIV and STI’s preferred
• Experience with point-of-care testing a plus
• Experience or enthusiasm for establishing and engaging in new partnerships a plus

Interested applicants, please submit a cover letter and resume to Tommy Young-Dennis at tommyyd@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.