1) The Service Team Program Assistant will work across our service team and will specialize in TGNC (transgender and gender non-conforming) programming.
2) Work on TGNC-focused research projects, develop and implement TGNC-specific programming that specifically meet the needs of Black transgender women, and gender non-conforming folks living on the South Side of Chicago as it pertains to their sexual health, mental wellness, social support, and meeting basic needs.
3) The Service Team Program Assistant will collaborate with fellow Supportive Services team members, the Outreach team and the Network Testing team to ensure programs is holistic, meeting the needs of TGNC folks we serve.
4) This individual will manage different programs and projects. Actively pursue required knowledge and skills for professional development.
5) The Service Team Program Assistant will be a part of the Service arm/ Supportive Services team and will report to the Director of Prevention.
6) They will be involved in working with clients over the phone or in person.
7) Assist with day-to-day Supportive Services tasks, such as holding a small caseload for resource counseling and providing HIV/STI testing as needed.
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1) Demonstrated effective leadership and teaching skills.
2) Strong organizational skills.
3) Strong knowledge of Chicago social service resources.
4) Strong knowledge of program subject matter.
5) Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
6) Ability to manage stressful situations.
7) Ability to maintain confidentiality.
8) Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously, set priorities, and meet deadlines.
9) Ability and/or willingness to provide HIV/STI treatment, education, and prevention in non-traditional settings (community venues).
10) Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Applications, including but not limited to Outlook, Excel, and Word.
11) Demonstrated written and verbal communication skills and strong analytical skills.
12) Ability to travel to various community venues across the metropolitan area.
13) Ability to perform phlebotomy or a willingness to be trained in phlebotomy.
14) Ability to work on multiple projects.
15) Ability to work non-traditional hours.
1) One year of experience working with and/or providing care to LGBT populations, Black and Latino community members and providing HIV/STI treatment and/or prevention
2) Cover letter
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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