11 results for month: 04/2021


Maintenance Floater/Fleet Worker, Property Management

The Maintenance Floater/Fleet Worker is responsible for the maintenance, inspections, repairs, and upkeep of our fleet, facilities and offices at the highest levels of quality using a variety of tools, equipment, and machines to ensure a safe and clean environment for tenants, clients and staff. Additional responsibilities will include the inspection of facility units, moving, and setup of furniture, and weekly inspections of all agency vehicles.  Driving responsibilities will include transporting all vehicles to their scheduled appointments, picking up vehicles from dealerships, transporting clients for recreational trips, special appointments, ...

Maintenance Supervisor (The Nest), Property Management

The Maintenance Supervisor of the Nest is responsible for the maintenance, repairs, and upkeep of Medical, Dental, Mental Health and offices at the highest levels of quality using a variety of tools, equipment, and machines to ensure a safe and clean environment to tenants, clients and staff. Additional responsibilities will include the inspection of facility units, moving, and setup of furniture. Driving responsibilities will include transporting clients for recreational trips, special appointments, trips for general programs purposes, and the pickup and delivery of warehouse materials, supplies and other Harlem United related events. Education and ...

Janitor

The janitor is responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of the designated building empty trash receptacles, replace lining of trash cans and ensure the safety of clients and staff. The Janitor is responsible for the cleanliness and upkeep of our facilities and offices at the highest levels of quality using a variety of tools, equipment, and machines to ensure a safe and clean environment to tenants, clients and staff. Education and Certification: High school diploma or G.E.D. required. Or 3-5 years of experience, or any equivalent combination of training and experience. Trade school certification, or other technical related courses a plus. To ...

Harm Reduction Outreach Specialist, Prevention

The Harm Reduction Outreach Specialist is responsible for conducting targeted outreach efforts that engage active drug users, social service organizations, and service providers, in informational/educational sessions. The goal of the sessions is to provide community organizations with information on the outreach efforts of the Harm Reduction Department and to provide information on the Bronx Health Change Partnership, facilitated through New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. The Harm Reduction Outreach Specialist conduct outreach efforts in parks throughout the Bronx and Harlem in an effort to educate the general public and individ...

Systems Administrator, IT/MIS

The Systems Administrator, EMR Applications, will serve as a primary point of contact for agency-wide utilization of the agency’s electronic medical record (eClinical works). The EMR Administrator is responsible for ensuring optimal workflow, usage of the eClinicalWorks (eCW) electronic health record, and continuous improvement and optimization of eCW system for patient care and clinic operations. The successful applicant will be closely involved in designing, planning, and implementing new product features and functionality of EMR applications. Education and Certificate: Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, MIS, or related field. ...

Procurement Associate, Procurement

The Procurement Clerk is responsible for ensuring the purchasing workflow runs smoothly and accurately through the Hybrent database. He/she will provide administrative support to the department and will possess proficiency with written communication and math skills. He/she is also responsible for maintaining electronic and paper documentation and responding to inquiries made by staff or vendors regarding purchase transactions. Education and Certificate: High School diploma, college degree preferred. To Apply: Submit your resume with a cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to: recruiting@harlemunited.org 

Resident Aide (Part Time), New Broadway

The part-time Resident Aide (16 hrs./wk.) provides support and security for the New Broadway Family Shelter and staff coverage during the weekend. Education and Certification: The minimum requirement for this position is a High School Diploma or Equivalency (GED).Security training certificate. Fire Safety Certificate (F02) required, F80 preferred. To Apply: Submit your resume with a cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to: recruiting@harlemunited.org

IN THE MEDIA: State Delays Changes to 340B Drug Discount Program

By Tat Bellamy-WalkerGay City News “The delay means that we will continue to have access to the $1.5 million-$2 million in annual savings that we receive from the federal 340B drug discount program. This money allows us to provide critically necessary outreach and transportation services to the communities we serve to get them into care and retain them in care.“We advocated for — and will continue to advocate for — a full repeal of the carve-out. This two-year delay gives us the time to work together in partnership with the Legislature, the governor’s office, and the State Department of Health to achieve the policy objectives that the ...

Testing and Prevention Navigator, Prevention

The Testing and Prevention Navigator conducts rapid HIV testing and STI screenings on-site at Harlem United locations, at community-based settings, including SROs, shelters, and public housing developments, and on the Harlem United testing van, throughout East/Central Harlem and other targeted locations throughout NYC. The Testing and Prevention Navigator provides HIV/STI education and risk reduction counseling. The candidate delivers rapid test results, conducts confirmatory testing as needed, and delivers STI screening results. Provides navigation services with clients in need of medical care/treatment, mental health services, and other social ...

Patient Office Assistant, Health Services

The Patient Office Assistant (POA) are the face of the clinic and serve as the front line in customer service.  The POA duties include in taking new patients, checking patients in and out for appointments, including responding to inquiries, obtaining information, and providing information on Upper Room AIDS Ministry and its services within legal guidelines and agency policies. The primary responsibility is for the intake and registration of clients to the clinic, including insurance verification, fee assessment, and cashiering, presumptive eligibility for Medicaid, referrals, scheduling appointments and data input.  This role also serves a liaison ...