Patient Navigator (Full-Time & Part-Time)
Building effective relationships is the foundation of effective patient navigation. To improve coordination of patient care and reduce barriers, patient navigators must work with different groups of people: patients, healthcare teams and resource providers. The patient navigator builds working relationships, assist with problem solving, and directs patients to resources.
LGB&T Youth Housing Peer Outreach Navigator (Full-Time)
The outreach navigator functions as the key linkage between LGB&T youth homeless persons and the service systems throughout the community and responds comprehensively to the needs of the program participants through outreach, referral, and case management.
Community Health Outreach Worker (Full-Time)
The outreach worker is responsible for conducting outreach, overdose prevention, health education, HIV and hepatitis C counseling, testing and referral, distributing safer sex supplies, and distributing and exchanging harm reduction supplies for safer drug use with HHHRC syringe exchange and overdose prevention program participants.
Quality Coordinator (Full-Time)
The Quality Coordinator performs advanced technical, professional, and administrative functions to support the RW Part B Clinical Quality Management program to meet the requirements of the Ryan White Part B grant. The position is responsible for planning, developing, coordinating, and assisting the Policy and Contracts Manager with the implementation of the HIV Quality Management Program. This position coordinates quality management, assurance, and improvement activities across Ryan White Part B grantees and subcontractors. The activities include the analysis of client-level outcome and clinical data, monitoring epidemiological trends, enforcing established standards of care among our funded providers, and conducting special projects as service needs and stakeholder input dictate.
See full job description for qualifications specific to each position.
High school diploma or equivalent
Non-judgmental attitude and the ability to respect the knowledge, actions, and feelings of others
Ability to work with and relate to people from a wide variety of backgrounds
Please note: all positions will remain open until filled. HHHRC reserves the right to close the hiring process at any time without further notice.
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Applications may be submitted via regular mail, fax, or email as attachment as follows:
Hawai'i Health & Harm Reduction Center
677 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 226
Honolulu, HI 96813
Telephone: 808-853-3234; Fax: 808-521-1279
HHHRC is an equal opportunity employer. All are encouraged to apply.
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