27 results for author: Julissa Jose


Peer Trainer Supervisor, Prevention

The  Peer  Trainer  Supervisor  is  responsible  for  the  successful  implementation  of  the  Peer  Educator  Training program.  The  training  is  catered  to  our  HIV-positive  men  and  women  and  high  risk  negative  population,  two  cycles per  year  are  conducted  solely  for  women,  and  the  third  cycle  is  for  all  clients The  Peer  Trainer  supervisor  will coordinate  weekly  individual  supervision  of  peer  trainee  to  address  personal  risk  reduction  plans  and  conduct monthly  booster  training  that  addresses  core-training  topics.  Under  ...

Jr. HR Generalist

Reporting to the Senior Director of Human Resources Department, The Jr. Generalist is responsible for performing, as part of a team, various HR Operations duties, including HU’s benefits administration, recruiting, employee relations, special projects, etc. He/she will work closely with the Senior Director of HR to support the administration of HU’s employee benefits plans. Education and Certification:  A bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 5 years of HR experience in a generalist capacity, and at least 3 years’ experience in benefits administration in a non-profit organization. In-depth knowledge of ADP ...

Mental Health Specialist, Housing

The Sr. Mental Health Specialist is responsible for providing multiple aspects of psycho-social care to tenants residing within Foundation House West and East.  The provision of case management includes but is not limited to: completion of assessments, reassessments, connection of medical and mental health services, serving as a liaison maintenance of medical services, individual mental health and harm reduction counseling, HIV education, linking and referral, entitlement advocacy, housing placement assistance to individuals and families. Education and Certification: B.A. from an accredited university with three-year ...

Part-time Registered Nurse

The Part-time Nurse (RN) is responsible for the delivery of nursing care to clients during weekend and holiday hours, and for participating in the development of interdisciplinary care plans. Education and Certification: Must be a Registered Nurse, licensed by the State of New York. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university preferred.  Experience with persons with HIV/AIDS, histories of substance use and/or mental illness a plus. Experience working in a setting that promotes interdisciplinary care planning. To Apply: Submit your resume with a cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to: recruiting@harlemunite...

Psychotherapist

Exciting opportunity for a seasoned L.M.S.W. or L.C.S.W. to join our Behavioral Health Team located at The Nest Community Health Center. URAM-Harlem United’s Wellness Center is a Licensed State Operated Article 31 Mental Health Clinic Collocated in our Federally Qualified Health Center (F.Q.H.C.). Join our integrated health care center providing diagnosis based mental health treatment / psychotherapy within a community based health care center with a strong commitment to our community, team collaboration and excellence.  Under the supervision of the Clinical Director of Behavioral Health Services and in accordance with ...

Case Manager, Veterans Housing

The Case Manager is an integral part of the Veterans Housing team providing case management services to tenants in order to promote wellness, recovery, rehabilitation and housing stability.  Hours for this position include weekends and some evenings.  Responsibilities are implemented within the framework of agency policy, professional ethics, legal scope of practice and regulatory guidelines.  Education and Certificate: Bachelor’s Degree (Master’s Degree preferred) plus at least 3 years of direct case management experience, preferably with veterans, along with a working knowledge of mental illness and substance ...

Clinical Director, Housing

The Clinical Director provides clinical oversight of the New Broadway Family Shelter and the congregate houses Foundation House East and Foundation House West. The Clinical Director specifically provides individual and group supervision to the shelter’s case management and social work staff.  S/he assists the organization and program staff in growing its direct service competencies. Specifically, the Clinical Director works in close collaboration with the agency clinical team to provide on-going training, support, and evaluation to staff in order to ensure the highest level of services to clients within the supportive housing ...

Healthcare Case Manager, Housing

The Healthcare Case Manager is responsible for providing supportive housing services by delivering medical and mental health case management to clients with HIV/AIDS.  The Case Manager is also charged to provide HIV education and entitlement advocacy services to clients.  S/He will be responsible for all compliance standards of HASA. Education and Certification:  BA degree and 3 years of experience in direct case management with 2 years in HIV/AIDS treatment and a working knowledge of substance use issues and interventions.  Solid oral and written communication skills, good time management, and good interpersonal ...

BHI- Social Worker

The Behavioral Health Integration Social Worker ("BHI Social Worker") will assist primary medical and dental patients with actively engaging in behavioral health care. Working on-site at Healthcare Services, the social worker will be responsible for screening for mental health and substance use problems and implementing and monitoring systems to ensure that patients engage and remain in mental health and/or substance use care, and work collaboratively with the appropriate HU departments and external agencies. Education and Certificate: LMSW with Master's in Social Work. At least one year of post-graduate experience working with ...

Patient Navigator, Health Services

The Patient Navigator is responsible for providing reengagement and patient navigation services to HIV+ and high risk HIV- individuals (including PrEP). S/he will conduct screenings, service orientation and refer individuals internally and externally to appropriate community resources for needed services and into care by navigating and enrolling them into the PC RAP Program, linking them to care at Harlem United Medical Centers and connecting them to appropriate case management, health coverage, and supportive services throughout the agency.  S/he will conduct outreach (phone, field) to clients who have been lost to care/fol...