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The Insurance Navigation Specialist is responsible for providing health insurance navigation services to the uninsured Oahu population through outreach, targeting marginalized populations including people living with and/or affected by HIV, hepatitis, substance use, houselessness, the LGB&T
community, and the unsheltered and recently released prison population.
The Client Engagement Coordinator (CEC) is responsible for providing support, engagement, linkage, and retention to People Living with HIV (PLWH). The CEC provides the day-to-day planning and coordination of activities linking and retaining the clients and community to the agency through support groups, client gatherings, support to newly diagnosed, and Ryan White (RW) coordination. The CEC works in partnership with HIV Medical Case Managers, the HIV Testing Team, Medical Mobile Unit (MMU), and the RW Administrative Manager to identify clients & community to be included in activities. The CEC will provide one-on-one social support to clients to support linkage and retention.
The RW Quality Assurance Coordinator is responsible to perform advanced technical, professional, and administrative functions to support RW activities. These functions include analyzing clinical data, monitoring epidemiological trends, enforcing standards of care among subcontractors, and conducting special projects as needed.
The Medical Case Manager is responsible for providing client-centered medical case management services to clients living with HIV. This position delivers support and advocacy focused in the following areas: (1) medical & dental; (2) medication; (3) financial; (4) emotional & mental; (5) nutrition & food; and (6) housing. The HIV Medical Case Manager must work closely with clients, case management team, clinical staff, partner agencies, advocacy organizations, funders, and other resource providers to support positive client health and wellness outcomes.
The YHDP 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.
The YHDP Outreach Team Lead ensures that LGB&T youth homeless persons are linked to the appropriate service systems throughout the community and that program participants’ needs are comprehensively addressed through outreach, referral, and case management. This position is also responsible for supporting the Health Equity Manager with programmatic oversight and coordination of YHDP.
The SEP 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. This position will provide a comprehensive system of services directly, and through referral, targeting people who use substances, their partners/family, and community members at high risk. The Outreach Worker is expected to perform to the highest
quality and provide appropriate, participant-centered HIV, viral hepatitis, and overdose prevention interventions and services.
The SHOP Outreach Worker functions as the key linkage between 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.
The WBS Stabilization Case Manager is responsible for providing client-centered case management to individuals diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness needing stabilization. This position provides support with focus on principles of harm reduction that offer respect and dignity to individuals moving through stages of change in their lives.
The WB Stabilization Wellness Aide works with the WB Stabilization team as the first line of care for clients in helping them reach their stabilization goals and prepare for their next living/treatment situation. This position will also supervise meals and recreation in the common areas of the facility.
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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Unless otherwise stated, applicants should send HHHRC's Employment Application, a resume, a letter explaining their interest in and qualifications for the desired position, and the names and contact information for three relevant references.
Applications may be submitted via regular mail, fax, or email as an attachment as follows:
Hawai'i Health & Harm Reduction Center
Attn: Human Resources
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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