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Job Opening at Compassionate Care Network: Position: Office Manager
Position: Office Manager

1.     Member Relations
2.     Provider Relations
3.     Donor Relations
4.     Marketing Relations
5.     Other  
Commensurate with qualifications and experience. This is a part time position.

About CCN
Compassionate Care Network (CCN) is a 501(c)(3) organization, providing affordable health care access for the uninsured, promoting health awareness through education and free health screenings and advocating for improved healthcare policy. 
It provides affordable healthcare access and services through a network of physicians, dentists, chiropractors, labs, imaging centers, pharmacies, home health agencies and other healthcare partners providing health coverage services. There are currently over 200 such providers and partners in the network.
 To Apply please submit cover letter with your resume to:
6348 N. Milwaukee Ave, Suite 215
Chicago, IL 60646
773 775-3600



Position Title: Senior Research Program Coordinator II
Employer: Johns Hopkins

General Summary/Purpose
The Research Program Manager will work with Primary Investigator(s) to manage a program of community-engaged research that includes HIV behavioral surveillance, linkage to resources, and related community-based programs among populations highly affected by HIV, including people who are transgender or non-binary, people who inject drugs, men who have sex with men, and individuals at increased risk of heterosexual HIV transmission. These studies are operated in partnership with the Maryland Department of Health to assess prevalence and trends in HIV, health and risk behaviors, service utilization, and related social determinants in order to inform local and national programs and policies.  The ideal candidate has a high level of responsibility and independence, experience in behavioral data collection; is knowledgeable about HIV, LGBTQ health, and/or related social and health issues; and is able to interact with and effectively supervise diverse populations in highly professional, compassionate, confident, and knowledgeable manner.

Specific Duties & Responsibilities

  1. As part of the study team, collaborate with faculty to develop and implement protocols, standard operating procedures, training materials, and supervise study-related activities for multiple complex studies involving community participant recruitment, data collection, HIV and other biologic testing, and participant referrals and resources.
  2. Oversee hiring, training, supervision, and evaluation of project staff and provide general management support for monitoring study progress.
  3. Oversee day-to-day research activities and manage operations of off-site research location, including quality assurance, expenditures, budget management, and oversight for field recruitment, data collection, specimen handling, active referrals to services and linkage to care, and community outreach and engagement. Serve as a project liaison between Primary Investigator(s), health department partners, community-based organizations and other stakeholders in Baltimore, and partner sites in Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C. 
  4. Assist with tasks required for ethical review documentation, including ensuring data collection is in compliance with approved protocols, submission of protocol amendments, and drafting of annual progress reports. 
  5. Coordinate project meetings and conference calls, including scheduling, agendas, notes, and follow up on action items, participate in meetings with state, city, and local community organizations, and attend appropriate federal, state and local training. 
  6. Supervise formative research and completion of associated reports, including qualitative data collection, coding, and analysis.
  7. Supervise data collection, management and cleaning of quantitative data, as necessary, and contribute to study instruments, and quantitative data analyses, according to skill level.
  8. Facilitate community access to study results, including drafting abstracts for submission to conferences, assisting with the development of presentations, contributing to manuscripts for peer-reviewed journals, and seeking out opportunities to further disseminate results via community mechanisms, special journal issues, dissemination lists, and following up with interested parties.


Counseling Job Openings | Full-time & Part-time I Pyschologist & LCSW

The Islamic Center is looking for a counselor, details below.  There is also a similar part-time position open in our Center for Multicultural Education and Programming as well as 3 FT clinical positions (2 psychologists and one LCSW) in the central clinic that I am happy to make referrals for if any of you are interested in any of those. 
If you or someone you know would be interested, please send me an email directly to with your resume/CV attached and specific in the subject header which position(s) you are appliying to.  

Position Summary
New York University’s Counseling and Wellness Services is seeking to hire a per diem clinical psychologist or LCSW (14-21 hours per week) with experience working with diverse student populations in a fast-paced setting. The ideal candidates are mission-focused; flexible with their time, work locations, and ability to provide coverage while working within an interdisciplinary team; proactive; creative in problem-solving approaches; quality-focused; and see the provision of services to underrepresented populations, and in particular, communities of color, as part of their career goals. This position will report to the Counseling and Wellness Services – NYU Student Health Center and will be based at the NYU Islamic Center

Position Responsibilities:
Provide clinical assessment, short-term psychotherapy, and group therapy to a diverse student population; provide consultation to faculty and staff regarding student’s counseling needs; plan and conduct diversity workshops and other outreach activities for various university groups; participate in training and professional development activities; provide crisis assessment and intervention services; practice in accordance with appropriate legal and ethical standards.
Responsibilities will also include assessing suicidal concerns and when appropriate, arranging for hospitalization, assessing the severity of presenting problems, formulating treatment plans, and providing appropriate psychotherapeutic interventions which may include referral for long-term treatment.

Required Education:
PhD or PsyD in clinical psychology or MSW, PhD, DSW – Licensed Clinical Social Worker.  

Required Qualifications: 
At least three-years clinical experience required. Demonstrated cultural sensitivity and experience working with underrepresented populations, and in particular communities of color, is required. Experience working with diverse student populations is preferred. NY State license or eligibility.


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