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Founded in 1985, the mission of Boulder County AIDS Project (BCAP) is to provide support, advocacy, and education to those in our community who are living with or affected by HIV, and to serve as an outreach and information center to prevent the further transmission of HIV.

 

BCAP believes that employees are key to what makes a great company. Our small and mighty staff is guided by our core values of compassion, inclusivity, person-centeredness, collaboration, and accountability. Working with BCAP means being part of a team of dedicated and passionate individuals who embody these values to provide services to those living with or at risk of acquiring HIV. With a focus on clients and relationship building, BCAP honors its position of public trust through a commitment to open communication; diversity and inclusivity; friendly and welcoming approaches; and a sensitivity to HIV, mental health, substance use, and poverty issues.

 

A successful BCAP employee enjoys working for a small company, collaborates well with a close-knit team, is excited to use their skills and knowledge to help clients, appreciates professional boundaries, and has a deep passion for serving their community. BCAP highly values the physical and mental health and wellbeing of staff members and offers a generous benefits package.

BCAP’s Benefits Package

Health Insurance with contribution from BCAP

Generous PTO policy that focuses on employee wellbeing

Dental and vision insurance options

Flex Spending Account

Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance and Disability Insurance paid by BCAP

Medical and non-medical leave of absence

Dog-friendly workplace

13 paid holidays a year

Paid snow days

A parking space in Downtown Boulder

BCAP is looking for well-qualified candidates to fill our positions. Candidates with any combination of relevant education and experience are encouraged to apply. BCAP is an equal opportunity employer and seeks a diverse applicant pool.

Current Job Opportunities

Title:                     Bilingual Medical and Housing Case Manager

Reports to:         Care Services Director

Status:                  Full-time – Non-Exempt

Location:             Boulder Office

Hourly Rate:       $21.16, plus benefits

Bilingual Services Stipend: $50 per pay period

Requirement:   Bilingual Spanish/English Fluency

Summary of Position

The focus of this position will be to provide medical case management services to clients who are living with HIV through assessment, planning, service procurement, delivery, coordination, and monitoring. The Bilingual Medical and Housing Case Manager is required to attend staff meetings, Case Management Team meetings, Clinical Consultations, and Finance Committee meetings, as well as to keep all client data up-to-date. Because this position manages client-level confidential information, the Bilingual Medical and Housing Case Manager must demonstrate the highest degree of professionalism. The Care Services Director reserves the right to assign or delegate other tasks as necessary.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provide proactive primary case management for people living with HIV, including intake, with focus on entry into medical care, treatment adherence, harm reduction, and HIV prevention.

  • Develop therapeutic relationships with clients and maintain ongoing connection over time.

  • Administer SBIRT-adherent interventions with, and provide referrals to, clients whose substance abuse poses a potential health risk. 

  • Administer HOPWA-funded housing subsidies to clients enrolled in Tenant Based Rental Assistance Program, in collaboration with one other case manager.

  • Participate as member of financial assistance review committee.

  • Assure client awareness of all BCAP programs and available community services; advocate for accessibility for all services.

  • Coordinate client care with medical, mental health, substance abuse, and other providers.

  • Provide linkages to agency, community, and government services and monitor referral completion including medication assistance programs, benefits/health coverage programs such as AND, SSI, SSDI, Medicaid, Medicare, housing programs, Colorado State Drug Assistance Program, etc.

  • Complete documentation in case management database system in a timely manner.

  • Assess client stability and provide referrals to increase level of stability and self-sufficiency.

 

Required Qualifications

  • BA/BS in social work, human services, or related field required, or equivalent experience

  • Bilingual Spanish/English language skills, oral and written

  • Experience working in healthcare, psychology, and/or social services

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office Programs

  • Ability to work at computer for 2-3 hours at a time, manage interruptions, and lift 30 pounds

  • Access to reliable transportation

 

Desired Qualifications

  • MSW, LCSW, or Master’s level

  • Experience working in HIV services

  • Experience in working with populations experiencing chronic health conditions, mental illness, substance abuse, and/or homelessness

  • Experience utilizing harm reduction techniques

  • Experience managing highly confidential information

  • Demonstrates professional level advocacy skills

  • Strong organizational and time management skills

 

Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to HR@bcap.org. Write “Bilingual Medical and Housing Case Manager” in the subject line of the email. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Job offer is contingent upon completion of a satisfactory background check. Position is open until filled.

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Title:                Prevention Coordinator

Reports to:      Prevention Manager

Status:             Full-time / Non-Exempt

Hourly Rate:     $20.20, plus benefits

Bilingual Services Stipend: $50 per pay period

Requirement:   Bilingual Spanish/English Fluency

 

Position Summary

 

The Prevention Coordinator’s main goal is to help reduce HIV and hepatitis C (HCV) transmission in BCAP’s service area through harm reduction and linkage to care. The primary duties of this position are to provide HIV/HCV/STI testing, syringe access, and street outreach services, as well as outreach education at community partner locations and events. This position provides these services in collaboration with other Prevention Department staff and key community partners, as well as enters data into databases and completes monthly reports.

 

This position reports directly to the Prevention Manager; attends staff, department, and Programs Committee meetings; and represents the agency at community partner meetings. This position is full-time at 40 hours per week, non-exempt, and located at the Boulder office. Bilingual Spanish and English language skills are required. This position will require evening and weekend hours, and travel throughout BCAP’s service area.

 

This job description should not be construed to imply that the requirements listed are the exclusive standards of the position. The Prevention Manager may assign or delegate other duties as necessary.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

 

Syringe Access

  • Provides daily coverage for syringe access services

  • Conducts street outreach weekly

  • Maintains inventory and orders supplies as needed

 

HIV/HCV/STI Counseling, Testing, and Referrals (CTR)

  • Provides testing at BCAP and offsite community partner locations

  • Provides on-going supervision of volunteer test counselors

  • Ensures quality assurance of testing services following established requirements

 

Community Outreach

  • Coordinates and staffs event/educational outreach; prepares materials; and recruits/supervises volunteers

  • Provides educational presentations to classrooms, community-based groups, and BCAP’s Volunteer Trainings

  • Creates prevention messaging for website, social media, and public awareness campaigns

 

Required Qualifications

  • Minimum two years’ work experience in health and human services, preferably with non-profit organization

  • Bachelor’s degree in public health, social work, education, or related field, or equivalent experience

  • Bilingual Spanish/English language skills

  • Experience in providing HIV prevention, interventions, and harm reduction services to people who use/inject drugs and people experiencing homelessness

  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office Programs

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills

  • Ability to work at computer for 2-3 hours at a time, manage interruptions, and lift 30 pounds

  • Access to reliable transportation

 

Desired Qualifications

  • Trained in HIV/HCV testing in non-clinical settings

  • Experience conducting street outreach

  • Skilled in volunteer management

  • Experience in event management

 

Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to HR@bcap.org. Write “Prevention Coordinator” in the subject line of the email. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Job offer is contingent upon completion of a satisfactory background check. Position is open until filled.

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Title:                Atlas Program Coordinator

Reports to:      Prevention Manager

Status:             Full-time / Non-Exempt

Hourly Rate:     $20.20, plus benefits

 

Position Summary 

 

The Atlas Program Coordinator’s main goal is to help reduce HIV and hepatitis C (HCV) transmission in BCAP’s service through awareness, harm reduction, and linkage to care. The primary role of this position is to coordinate Atlas, an HIV prevention program providing services to MSM. Qualified candidates will need to demonstrate interest/experience with community organizing and/or providing direct services to gay, bisexual, queer, transgender, and all MSM. This position will conduct HIV/HCV/STI testing, syringe access, and street outreach services, as well as outreach education at community partner locations and events. This position provides these services in collaboration with other Prevention Department staff and key community partners, as well as enters data into databases and completes monthly reports.

 

This position reports directly to the Prevention Manager; attends staff, department, and Programs Committee meetings; and represents the agency at community partner meetings. This position is full-time at 40 hours per week, non-exempt, and located at the Boulder office. Bilingual Spanish and English language skills are preferred. This position will require evening and weekend hours, and travel throughout BCAP’s service area.

 

This job description should not be construed to imply that the requirements listed are the exclusive standards of the position. The Prevention Manager may assign or delegate other duties as necessary.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

 

Atlas Program Coordination

  • Works with the Prevention Manager to develop a work plan for Atlas, including a timeline for program activities

  • Recruits, trains, engages, and supports Atlas volunteers to reach program goals

  • Holds regular program meetings for input on program activities for MSM

  • Coordinates program activities including workshops, forums, social mixers, and events for MSM

  • Conducts outreach education where MSM congregate or access services

  • Collaborates with community partners to provide HIV awareness and outreach at community events

  • Creates promotional materials and messaging for website, social media, and public awareness campaigns

 

HIV/HCV/STI Counseling, Testing, and Referrals (CTR)

  • Provides testing at BCAP and offsite community partner locations

  • Ensures quality assurance of testing services following established requirements

 

Syringe Access

  • Provides coverage for syringe access services

  • Conducts street outreach

 

Community Outreach

  • Coordinates and staffs event/educational outreach; prepares materials; and recruits/supervises volunteers

  • Provides educational presentations to classrooms, community-based groups, and BCAP’s Volunteer Trainings

 

Required Qualifications

  • Minimum two years’ work experience in health and human services, preferably with non-profit organization

  • Bachelor’s degree in public health, social work, education, or related field, or equivalent experience

  • Experience in providing HIV prevention, interventions, and harm reduction services to MSM

  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office Programs

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills

  • Ability to work at computer for 2-3 hours at a time, manage interruptions, and lift 30 pounds

  • Access to reliable transportation

 

Desired Qualifications

  • Trained in HIV/HCV testing in non-clinical settings

  • Bilingual Spanish/English language skills

  • Experience conducting street outreach

  • Skilled in volunteer management

  • Experience in event management

 

Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to HR@bcap.org. Write “Atlas Program Coordinator” in the subject line of the email. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Job offer is contingent upon completion of a satisfactory background check. Position is open until filled.