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Minnesota AIDS Project (www.mnaidsproject.org) seeks a full-time HIV Case Manager. The Case Manager is responsible for comprehensive client need assessments, care coordination, risk reduction education, client advocacy, and HIV disease and medical care education. The ideal candidate will be comfortable having direct and honest discussions with clients regarding sensitive topics such as sexual activity and drug use behavior. The ideal candidate will also have crisis intervention skills and be able to thoroughly assess client suicidality, safety, etc. Must be able to work with medical and social service providers throughout the community. Must be comfortable documenting interactions with clients and providers in a timely manner.
- An undergraduate or graduate degree in social work, public health, human services or nursing
- Minimum of two years employment experience providing social services in a job that involved carrying a caseload and the following duties: completing psychosocial assessments, providing interdisciplinary care coordination, identifying and referring to appropriate resources, developing and utilizing client-centered care plans and maintaining appropriate boundaries
- Experience working in or with medical systems is preferred
- Experience working with diverse populations including the Gay/Bi/MSM community and communities of color. Individuals from these communities are encouraged to apply
- Comfort working independently and as part of a team
- Excellent verbal and written communication, problem solving and organizational skills
Competitive salary with benefits. Salary range starts in the low to mid $30s, commensurate with education and experience.
SUBMIT RESUME WITH COVER LETTER TO:
Minnesota AIDS Project
Attn: Human Resources
1400 Park Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55404
No telephone inquiries, please.
The Minnesota AIDS Project is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We encourage applications from all interested persons, including women, people of color, persons with disabilities and GLBTQ persons