Job Opportunities at Chicago Women’s AIDS Project
The Chicago Women’s AIDS Project provides prevention, treatment education and recovery services to women. We are seeking applicants who have a strong commitment to empowering women and ending inequities in health outcomes.
Community Case Manager
The Community Case Manager is responsible for providing supportive and medical case management to women living with HIV on the north and south side of Chicago. Applicant must have a car and be willing to make home visits. Social work experience, good record keeping skills, knowledge of HIV treatment and services is required. This is a full-time position with benefits.
Client Service Advocate
The Client Service Advocate is responsible for delivering support groups for women at our north and south side sites, as well as wellness and treatment education workshops conducted off-site at clinical and community-based locations. Applicant must have experience working with low-income women and knowledge of HIV treatment and adherence. This is a full-time position with benefits.
Project SASS Coordinator
The Project SASS Coordinator is responsible for coordinating our prevention for positive program serving women in the Chicago region. The coordinator will work with team members to schedule and implement the delivery of an effective treatment education program at clinics and community-based programs throughout Chicago and the collar counties. Applicant must have knowledge of HIV treatment, experience with program implementation and access to a car. This is a full-time position with benefits.
The Prevention and Recovery Director is responsible for developing collaborations, scheduling services and providing oversight for a program delivering HIV prevention education, rapid HIV testing, mental health screening and substance abuse services to women coming out of jail or prison. Applicant must have a master’s degree and relevant experience delivering and evaluating programs in African American communities on the south and west side. This is a full-time position with benefits.
South Side Therapist
The South Side Therapist is responsible for providing mental health assessments and therapy for women and families affected by HIV. Applicants must be licensed in the state of Illinois (LCSW or LCPC) and have at least three years of experience serving low-income women of color. This is a contractual position of ten hours per week. Applicant must have professional liability insurance.
The Trauma Specialist is responsible for delivering mental health screening at transitional living facilities and conducting a trauma recovery group for women with a history of addiction and incarceration. Applicants must be licensed in Illinois (LSCSW or LCPC) and have experience with trauma services. This is a contractual position of ten hours per week. Applicant must have professional liability insurance.