Under the supervision of the Program Director, the Program Coordinator will work on a SAMHSA-funded service grant for HIV positive men who have sex with men (MSM) with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health disorders. The Project Coordinator oversees the day-to-day functioning of the project team in facilitating a trauma-based intervention to assist in participants in engagement in HIV primary care, substance use, and mental health treatment and community and peer-based services.
Manages the PUMP team to ensure proper training and program adherence.
Schedules and attend regularly scheduled staff meetings and trainings to ensure and maintain the mission of PUMP.
Establish and maintain working relationships with CORE services and personnel.
Establish, maintain, and oversee relationships with community partners.
Oversees data management and entry and project record keeping.
Supervises project team members and all project activities.
Administers GPRA: Performance Management and Performance Measurement.
Records and maintain confidential patient information in a timely and accurate manner.
Assists in periodic programmatic report creation and submission.
Recruits, screens for program eligibility and enroll participants from the CORE population.
Reports on program progress, fidelity and barriers to Project Director in a timely manner.
Serves as the primary contact for Cook County Internal Review Board.
Manages project oversight queries and visits.
Serves as back-up on other team roles, as needed
Master's Degree in: Social Work, Psychology, Public Health or related fields.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) Degree
Experience in case management, patient navigation, or medical care coordination.
Experience working with diverse populations (specifically those with unstable housing, substance use or mental health issues).
Familiarity with communities in which participants reside.
Excellent interpersonal skills and non-judgmental approach to engaging clients.
High level of demonstrated computer and technology experience, including real-time data entry to web-based and/or software-based systems.
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and data entry experience
Verbal and written Spanish competency required for assignment if applying to bilingual position.
Master’s degree level: MSW, MPH or MA in related field
Additional clinical license or certification such as LCPC, CADC
Experience working in medical or social research studies
Experience working with HIV/AIDS population
Experience working in clinical setting and some knowledge of medical terminology
Certified addiction and drug counselor (CADC)
Previous experience conducting field outreach work, specifically, in retaining difficult to engage participants in care or research studies.
People of color, LGBTQ identified persons and bilingual individuals are encouraged to apply.