The Pride Center at Equality Park Employment Opportunities  
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FACILITIES ASSISTANTJob Title: Facilities Assistant
Reports to: Facilities and Technologies Coordinator
Status: Part-time
Salary: $12.50 per hour; 5-27 hours per week, depending on position


Basic Function
The Facilities Assistant provides cleaning and maintenance on The Pride Center at Equality Park campus.

Priorities
o Provide regular cleaning of the Equality Park facilities, including main buildings
o Provide periodic cleaning and organization of warehouses and grounds
o Assist with minor maintenance/repairs of Equality Park facilities, as needed
o Trouble shoot facilities-related repairs and challenges, as needed
o Assist Customer Service Coordinator and Facilities and Technology Coordinator to ensure the provision of set-up and cleaning services for events and groups related to rental of main hall and group rooms.
o Ensure that public areas on Equality Park campus functional, clean, welcoming, and useful.
o Communicate to Facilities and Technologies Coordinator any needs related to adequate inventory, ordering and use of maintenance and repair supplies.
o Provide regular, healthy communication to staff, tenants and renters about status of repairs and facility needs that impact their program and services.
o Attend regular campus “walk-throughs” with the Facilities and Technologies Coordinator to ensure adequate cleaning, maintenance and repairs throughout Equality Park.

Minimum Requirements
Experience/Skills
o Proven skills in cleaning or maintenance
o Attention to detail
o Ability to work in a hands-on environment with limited resources. Ability to work independently as well as in a team setting.
o Ability to operate mechanical cleaning equipment, including vacuum and carpet cleaner
o Ability to lift 40 pounds
o Ability to walk stairs
o Abilility to stand, walk and move for hours at a time
o Energetic and willing to work flexible shifts and split shifts, including early mornings, nights or weekends;

Personal Qualities
The Facilities Assistant will be:
• Able to work with multicultural and diverse populations
• Committed and enthusiastic about The Center’s mission and programs with knowledge of LGBT communities and issues
• Straightforward and self-assured; one who shares information readily, listens as well as gives advice and respects the abilities of others; diplomatic and empathetic
• Emotionally mature with a sense of humor to maintain balance.

The Pride Center is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer. Women, people of color, LGBT persons, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
KIKI PROJECT COORDINATOR Job Title: Kiki Project Coordinator
Reports to: Emerging Interventions Manager
Status: Full-time
Date Posted: January 31, 2017
Salary: $34,000-$36,000


Job Summary:

The Kiki Project Coordinator will implement a high-impact, comprehensive HIV prevention program focused on Black individuals living with HIV/AIDS and high-risk negative individuals, with a focus on Black Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) and their sexual partners regardless of race, gender, or ethnicity. The Coordinator will facilitate the Kiki Project, a locally developed structural intervention incorporating elements of evidence-based interventions including Popular Opinion Leader and Social Network Strategies. The Coordinator will organize and facilitate leadership orientation events, participant recruitment, small group social/educational meetings and large group community conversations (town halls).

Responsibilities:
• Organize, market, and facilitate all activities in the Kiki Project and ensure the effective provision of proposed workshops, presentations, and events;
• Conduct, coordinate, and facilitate small group meetings addressing HIV related education, information, prevention, and linkage to care activities in culturally appropriate locations and social venues;
• Conduct, coordinate, and facilitate leadership orientation meetings to recruit community leaders and gatekeepers of the Black community to host regular small group social/educational meetings as well as large group community conversations (town-halls), forums, and meetings focused on HIV prevention including bio-medical interventions;
• Develop recruitment plans to identify and engage program participants;
• Identify and establish working relationships with appropriate venues for intervention provision;
• Recruit, schedule, and manage appropriate hosts, speakers, presenters, facilitators, educators, and panel members for all activities and events;
• Collaborate with Emerging Interventions Manager and Customer Service Coordinator to ensure recruitment, training, supervision, evaluation, and volunteer recruitment necessary for activities, events, and outreach;
• Facilitate interactive small groups: guiding group discussion and role-playing scenarios;
• Deliver program intervention with fidelity to program participants;
• Conduct targeted outreach--both traditional and internet--to high-risk Black individuals, including people living with HIV/AIDS and Men who have Sex with Men in Broward County;
• Engage individuals in their neighborhoods or venues where they typically congregate to provide HIV related health information, outreach, education, referrals, and linkage to services;
• Record and track participant data and demographic information, including any pre- and post- surveys;
• Adhere to strict procedures of confidentiality, release of information, and data security;
• Maintain accurate and complete participant records, tracking client contact, client participation, outreach, counseling, testing, and referrals performance as defined by evidence-based interventions, local/state/federal entities, and The Pride Center, which includes regular client database management;
• Maintain accurate and current process, procedural, program, and inventory logs of specific program intervention, outreach activities, health materials, educational materials, condoms and lube;
• Provide health education and support in conjunction with other Pride Center Programs and community members;
• Provide HIV Counseling, Testing and Referrals as needed to at-risk populations in compliance with standards of the Department of Health and The Pride Center;
• Develop close working relationships with Pride Center Program members and community agencies to ensure coordinated, comprehensive client services, and to avoid service duplication;
• Maintain an organized office space and professional communication standards, including prompt return of e-mail and phone calls;
• Submit report, invoices, receipts, and requests to the Emerging Interventions Manager in a timely and organized manner.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
• Bachelor's degree in Social Work, Education, Healthcare or related field strongly preferred; or equivalent direct experience in social work, education, or healthcare
• Proven experience and advanced skills in small group facilitation
• Seasoned experience in HIV/AIDS prevention, outreach and health promotion. Experience working with PLWHA and communities of color.
• Proven ability to motivate, encourage and develop others
• Certification in HIV/AIDS 500 and 501 Prevention Counseling, Testing and Referral strongly preferred. Rapid Testing Training preferred.
• Knowledge of specialized services for people with HIV/AIDS; substance abuse; domestic violence
• Computer skills using Microsoft software applications (e.g. Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, social media apps).
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Organizational abilities and critical thinking skills. Logic and analytical ability.
• Ability to work hands-on with limited resources, independently or in a team setting.
• Some nights and weekends required

The Pride Center is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer. Women, people of color, LGBT persons, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. This position terminates at the end of funding cycle, if not renewed or alternately funded.
TESTING AND OUTREACH MANAGERReports to: COO
Status: Full-time
Salary Range: $46,000-$54,000, based on education and depth of professional expertise

Job Summary:

The Testing and Outreach Manager will oversee all HIV testing and outreach services provided by The Pride Center, which includes oversight of team members for Prevention Outreach, Testing Expansion, Social Media and Marketing, and PrEP services. The Manager serves as an integral leader of Center HIV prevention efforts to ensure undiagnosed individuals receive testing; people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) are linked and adherent to medical care; and South Florida lowers the community viral load.
Responsibilities:
• Coordinate the implementation of HIV counseling, testing and linkage services; prevention outreach; and PrEP services, including strategic planning and service expansion;
• Provide staff leadership by supervising and managing the efforts of the Testing Expansion Coordinator; Prevention Outreach Coordinator; Social Media and Marketing Coordinator and PrEP Services Coordinator through staff meetings and one-on-one supervision meetings with individual staff members. Create and manage performance improvement plans and oversee staff development;
• Manage budget and expenses for Prevention Outreach, Testing Expansion, Social Media and Marketing, and PrEP services. Verify expenses charged to financial invoices;
• Coordinate and provide regular program reporting functions, which include monthly program, deliverable, and calendar reports to FLDOH, monthly Pride Center Board of Directors reports, quarterly expense reports to DOH, and regular reporting to other funding sources;
• Oversee implementation of comprehensive Quality Improvement (QI) processes and procedures to ensure programmatic and intervention effectiveness related to behavior change, medical linkage, medication adherence, risk reduction, and client satisfaction;
• Oversee effective marketing and recruitment strategies to ensure necessary client participation which includes networking with area service providers, participation in community events and proper use of social media tools;
• Assist with grant research and writing for Prevention, Outreach, Testing, Social Media and PrEP services;
• Coordinate procedures ensuring appropriate clients receive screenings for behavioral risk, access to medical care and adherence to treatment;
• Design, update, and organize all forms and processes for intake and assessment of participants/clients for testing, outreach and PrEP programs and services;

For a complete description of Responsibilites please go to:

http://www.pridecenterflorida.org/job-posting/

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE/SKILLS
• Bachelor's Degree in appropriate field required; Master's Degree strongly preferred in Social Work, Psychology, Public Health, Education, Healthcare or related field;
• In-depth understanding and proven experience in HIV/AIDS prevention, testing, outreach and health promotion;
• Professional expertise working with LGBTQ, PLWHA and communities of color.
• Proven ability to motivate, encourage and develop others;
• Demonstrated skills in leadership, public presentation and small group facilitation;
• Demonstrated experience in managing people and budgets;
• Proven abilities in operations/organization, data gathering, documentation and computer knowledge including Microsoft applications (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, social media apps);
• Experience with evidence based interventions and other science based models;
• Bilingual/bicultural skills strongly preferred;
• Current certification in HIV/AIDS 500 and 501 Prevention Counseling, Testing and Referral strongly preferred;
• Knowledge of specialized services for people with HIV/AIDS; substance abuse; domestic violence;
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
• Organizational abilities and critical thinking skills. Logic and analytical ability;
• Ability to work hands-on with limited resources, independently or in a team setting;
• Some nights and weekends required.

The Pride Center is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer. Women, people of color, LGBT persons, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. This position terminates This position terminates at the end of funding cycle, if not renewed or alternately funded.
VOICES AND OUTREACH SPECIALISTJob Title: VOICES and Outreach Specialist
Status: 10 hours a week
$15.50 to $17 per hours dependent on experience
Revised: September 2016

BASIC FUNCTIONS
The VOICES and Outreach Specialist will facilitate VOICES/VOCES (Video Opportunities for Innovative Condom Education & Safer Sex), a group-level, single-session video-based intervention designed to increase condom use. Direct client services will focus on Black and Hispanic males and females and their sexual partners, and HIV Positive individuals, Men-who-have-Sex-with-Men and Intravenous Drug Users. Specialist must be able to work some nights/weekend.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND PRIORITIES
• Use VOICES/VOCES videos in the community to lead gender-specific small group discussions on condom negotiation skills
• Develop recruitment plans to identify and engage sufficient program participants
• Identify and establish working relationships with appropriate venues for intervention provision
• Facilitate interactive small groups, guiding group discussion and role-playing scenarios
• Provide effective condom education. Distribute condoms to target HIV-infected persons and persons at highest risk of aquiring HIV.
• Help clients develop the skills they need to practice safer sex and negotiate condom use
• Deliver VOICES/VOCES with fidelity to program model, ensuring core elements are maintained
• Develop close working relationships with internal team members (Testing, CRCS, LIFE, Healthy Relationships, RESPECT, Outreach, etc) and external agencies (Case Management, Healthcare, Intake, etc) to ensure coordinated, comprehensive client services and to avoid duplication
• Adhere to strict procedures of confidentiality, release of information and data security
• Maintain accurate and complete participant records, tracking contact, participation, outreach and referrals performance as defined by evidence-based models, local/state/federal entities and The Pride Center
• Maintain accurate and current process, procedural, program and inventory logs of specific VOCES/VOICES and outreach activities, health materials, education materials, condoms and lube
• Provide health education and support in conjunction with other Pride Center teams and community members.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE/SKILLS
• Bachelor's degree in Social Work, Education, Healthcare or related field strongly preferred
• Proven experience and advanced skills in small group facilitation
• Bilingual/bicultural skills strongly preferred
• Knowledge of HIV/AIDS prevention, outreach and health promotion. Experience working with PLWHA, MSM and communities of color.
• VOICES certification preferred
• Certification in HIV/AIDS 500 and 501 Prevention Counseling, Testing and Referral preferred. Rapid Testing Training preferred.
• Ability to use personal transporation to varied locations around the County
• Ability to work some nights and weekends
• Knowledge of specialized services for people with HIV/AIDS; substance abuse; domestic violence
• Computer skills using Microsoft software applications (e.g. Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, social media apps).
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Organizational abilities and critical thinking skills. Logic and analytical ability.
• Ability to work hands-on with limited resources, independently or in a team setting.

PERSONAL QUALITIES
The Specialist will be:
• Committed and enthusiastic about the Center’s mission and programs with knowledge of LGBTQ and MSM communities and issues.
• Equipped to work with multicultural and diverse populations
• Straightforward and self-assured; one who shares information readily, listens as well as gives advice and respects the abilities of others; diplomatic and empathic
• Creative and adept at planning, prioritizing, organizing and following through; highly energetic and able to balance multiple competing priorities
• A team player; able to work cohesively with others and perform related tasks effectively.
• Healthy in relational skills. One who listens well, speaks respectfully and assertively, honors diverse perspectives and is honest.
• Energetic and willing to work flexible shifts, including some nights and weekends;
• Emotionally mature with a sense of humor to maintain balance.

The Pride Center is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer. Women, people of color, LGBT persons, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. This position terminates at the end of funding cycle, if not renewed or alternately funded.