EHE Coordinator

Reports to: Co-Executive Director --Prevention

 

Minimum Qualifications

High school diploma (or GED equivalent); One year professional or volunteer experience working in non-profit, public health, education, social work, or related field; Strong computer skills with proficiency in Microsoft Office; Grant writing and reporting experience; Ability to manage multiple responsibilities within limited time constraints; Knowledge of client confidentiality policies and client rights per HIPAA; Reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, automobile insurance, safe driving record; Must successfully complete pre-employment process.

Preferred Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree; Bilingual.

Overall Mission

The EHE Coordinator will manage the day-to-day operations of PrOTECT Mobile, AIDS Alabama South’s EHE program which is funded by ADPH. The EHE Coordinator will oversee and coordinate all functions of SHELL Health Clinic, which directly aligns with the deliverables of PrOTECT Mobile. The EHE Coordinator will supervise the EHE Prevention Specialist and ensure that opportunities for PrEP and HIV-related treatment education and services are provided to all members of the community through outreach, event planning, and program execution guarantees all services provided are equitable and inclusive.

Prevention Education & Outreach Coordinator

Reports to: Co-Executive Director --Prevention

 

Minimum Qualifications

Experience in public speaking and grant writing; Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university; Excellent writing and speaking skills required.  Reliable transportation, good driving record, valid driver license and auto insurance;  Must successfully complete pre-employment process.

Preferred Qualifications

Experience in a non-profit setting.

Overall Mission

Testing, Community Education and Outreach.

Rural & Minority Outreach Specialist

Reports to: Co-Executive Director --Prevention

 

Minimum Qualifications

High school diploma (or GED equivalent);

One year professional or volunteer experience working in non-profit, public health, education, social work or related field; Strong computer skills with proficiency in Microsoft Office; Ability to manage multiple responsibilities within limited time constraints; Knowledge of client confidentiality policies and client rights per HIPAA; A willingness to work with and successfully recruit minority and those living in rural/remote populations and groups across the 10 rural counties served by AIDS Alabama South who have been diagnosed with HIV and are out of care; Reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, automobile insurance, safe driving record; Must successfully complete pre-employment process.

Preferred Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree; phlebotomy or medical assisting certification; Bilingual.

Overall Mission

The Rural & Minority Outreach Coordinator will successfully identify and recruit high-risk individuals within the rural communities of Southwest Alabama to receive HIV outreach services which include HIV testing and counseling to find those who are HIV+ but undiagnosed; linkage to healthcare for those diagnosed and have fallen out of care, and referral services to vulnerable populations and those identified at high risk of contracting HIV for biomedical prevention and other prevention techniques.

Van Driver

Reports to:Co-Executive Director --Programs

 

Minimum Qualifications

  • At a minimum, high-school diploma or GED;

  • Skills and understanding of Microsoft Suite (Outlook, Excel, Word);

  • Knowledge and implementation of client confidentiality and rights per HIPAA;

  • Reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, automobile insurance, safe driving record;

  • Must pass pre-employment screenings.

Preferred Qualifications

Experience in a non-profit setting.

Overall Mission

Responsible for providing client-centered direct transportation services across 12 counties of Southwest Alabama to medical and dental appointments for all eligible consumers who request transportation.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

AIDS Alabama South Social Worker

Reports to: Co-Executive Director --Programs

Minimum Qualifications​​

  • Bachelor’s degree in social work from an accredited college/university;

  • Strong computer, organizational, and case management skills;

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills;

  • Reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, good driving record, and auto insurance; 

  • Must successfully complete pre-employment process.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in social work from an accredited college or university;

  • Current social work licensure;

  • Prior nonprofit and management experience;

  • Two or more years working with persons experiencing homelessness;

  • Working knowledge of CareWare and Ryan White Part B funding;

  • Bilingual;

  • Proven application of Trauma-Informed Care, Motivational Interviewing, and/or Harm Reduction.

Overall Mission

Responsible for providing client-centered case management to all eligible consumers, linking them to community resources, and providing consumers with decent and affordable housing resources.

Prevention Specialist

Reports to: Co-Executive Director --Prevention

Minimum Qualifications

  • At a minimum, high-school diploma or GED;

  • Master’s Degree in Nursing with licensure/certification;

  • Experience implementing, coordinating, or managing programming that promotes avoidance of HIV and other risky behaviors, and collaboration with community-based entities;

  • Reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, automobile insurance, safe driving record;

  • Must pass pre-employment screenings.

Preferred Skills

Current state nurse practitioner license, knowledge of HIPAA and OSHA, sound medical and business judgement, and familiarity with NextGen EHR.

Overall Mission

Strong team player in a significant clinical role who will help create, launch, and manage “Ending the HIV Epidemic” program in Mobile.

Volunteer Opportunities by Department

Case Management

Assist in organizing, filing, entering data, and other administrative functions. Skills needed include an eye for detail and availability to work during normal business hours.

Prevention and Outreach

Assist our Prevention and Outreach Team with filing and data entry and with events during community health fairs and at testing sites. Skills needed include the ability to follow directions, an eye for detail, and the ability to volunteer during evenings and weekends.

Development & Special Events

Assist our Development Director with administrative tasks including data entry, writing letters, research, and organization. Skills needed are an eye for detail, high proficiency with Microsoft Office software, the ability to learn new software, communication skills, and availability to volunteer during business hours. Volunteers with Special Events will need communication skills, an eye for detail, and the ability to work during business hours and the occasional weekend.

Food Pantry

Skills needed include the ability to lift 20 pounds, communication and listening skills, and a pleasant attitude

For more information, you may send an email to kimberly.mckeand@aidsalabama.org and our Development Director will respond as soon as possible. Thank you for your interest in AIDS Alabama South.