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Title Date Posted Organization Description
Bilingual Prevention Outreach Educator 01/12/2018 AIDS CT

This position will conduct outreach and deliver culturally appropriate risk reduction messages on the streets, in area shelters, at community-based organizations, at events, at the Connections Wellness Center and through the Syringe Services Program. You will maintain working relationships with priority populations, recruit participants for prevention and harm reduction interventions and refer individuals to supportive services.

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Accounting Specialist 12/15/2017 AIDS CT

This position will process biweekly payroll, process weekly accounts payable invoices and checks, and maintain accounts payables files and deposits binder. You will also record weekly receipts and make bank deposits and transfers. 

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Treatment Adherence Nurse 12/15/2017 AIDS CT

This position will provide treatment adherence assistance to HIV-positive clients. In accordance with Department of Public Health and ACT protocols, you will conduct initial and ongoing assessments of clients including level of education adherence and motivations and barriers to adherence. With the client, you will develop a care plan to address barriers to treatment adherence. Coordination with client’s care team is of the utmost importance.

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Professor/Associate Professor 12/07/2017 The University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health

The Department of Behavioral and Community Health Sciences (BCHS) in the Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh invites applications for a Professor or Associate Professor (T/TS) with a research focus on HIV-related biobehavioral research among men who have sex with men. Applicants must have a Ph.D. or M.D. degree or equivalent and strong evidence of success in competing for NIH grants in HIV prevention research. The successful candidate will join a highly multidisciplinary team studying a variety of HIV prevention approaches designed to reduce HIV transmission in MSM communities. Successful candidates will be expected to lead the design, implementation, evaluation, analysis, and diffusion of original approaches to HIV prevention science. Candidates should have an active program of peer-reviewed research and extramural funding at the midcareer or more senior level and extensive experience working with sexual and racial minority populations.

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Transitional Case Manager 11/27/2017 AIDS CT

This position will provide short-term case management to HIV+ inmates immediately before and after release from incarceration to ensure continuity of medical care and linkage to entitlement and other services. Short-term case management entails meeting with the client in prison to develop a comprehensive care plan, linking client to community resources, and ensuring immediate needs such as medication, clothing, food, and housing are met.

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Accounting Manager 11/17/2017 AIDS CT

This position will manage the day-to-day financial duties of the agency. These duties include processing daily transactions, managing the general ledger, grant reporting, and leading month/year-end closing procedures. You will also supervise one staff person.

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Public Policy Associate 11/02/2017 AIDS CT

This position will identify, develop, implement and oversee ACT's public policy initiatives. This includes researching issues relevant to people impacted by HIV/AIDS, developing materials to inform and educate legislators, conducting trainings on how to work with legislators and working collaboratively with partners to disseminate relevant advocacy alerts.

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Research Assistant 10/19/2017 Yale School of Public Health Social and Behavioral Sciences Department

Working under the direct supervision of the Principal Investigator or other personnel within the group on a study to assess how emerging adult men who have sex with men (MSM) are influenced by where they go (their geographic context) and who they hang out with (their social context). We will use cell phone technologies (e.g., GPS, cell-phone delivered questions, use of partner seeking apps) to ask participants them questions about their location and social network to understand how these contexts relate to risky behavior (e.g., sexual risk, substance use). The research assistant will engage in outreach and participant recruitment and retention of emerging adult MSM in and around New Haven as well as conduct face to face interviews.

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