HIV Care Coordinator
Cherishing Our Children Since 1977
Helping children and families help themselves to live a better life and build a stronger community.
The Center for Family and Child Enrichment (CFCE) is dedicated to help children and their families by providing the right services and solutions based on individual needs. CFCE is constantly evolving to better support our community. CFCE expanded in early 2012 to include a health care center, The Pediatric & Family Health and Wellness Center.
The Pediatric & Family Health and Wellness Center, a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), offers an array of preventative health services including but not limited to: general and sick care for adults and children, OB/GYN, dental services, nutrition programs and mental health and substance abuse treatment for children and adults.
As a Care Coordinator, you will implement proposed project objectives for patients to maintain HIV care through coordinating medical and social services, providing education, case management, patient navigation, and meeting with patients as need.
Why join CFCE:
- Great benefits package, including a Zero (0) cost out of pocket medical plan, 13 Paid Holidays and a competitive Paid Time Off Package
- Making an invaluable impact in your community
- Growth and professional development opportunities available
- Qualify for Public Service Loan Forgiveness
- We are a tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code
Some of the Functions Include:
- Pursue and connect patient resources and identify high-risk populations while ensuring HIV project objectives are met.
- Ensures the health center’s growth within the HIV care continuum to solidify current efforts within the HIV program.
- Is responsible for connecting patients to needed enabling and social services, providing HIV prevention education, giving input on changing workflows, facilitating internal and external referrals.
- Participates in accredited continuing education for HIV prevention.
- Will increase the number of patients linked to HIV care and treatment and prescribed PrEP
- Minimum Bachelor’s degree in social work, nursing, or other behavioral or primary health position.
- Must have extensive experience in work with the HIV population. (minimum five years).
CFCE is a Drug Free Workplace and an Equal Opportunity Employer.