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Thank you for your interest in a career with Care Point Health & Wellness Center. All job openings are listed below. To apply, please forward your resume and Employment Application to Zuleika Perera, Chief Talent Officer, at zperera@bigbendcares.org.

POSITION TITLE: CASE MANAGER

LOCATION: Big Bend Cares 

DEPARTMENT: Client Services

TYPE OF POSITION: Full-time (Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) 

GENERAL FUNCTION: The Case Manager provides social work and client advocacy services to clients of Big Bend Cares. This position will work in the office located ½ week in Quincy, ½ week in Tallahassee.

JOB REQUIREMENTS: 

  • Ensures the completion of the required intake procedures per the Dept. of Health’s HIV/AIDS case management standard and guidelines.
  • Assesses need for internal and external support systems.
  • Ensures the linkage of clients with needed programs.
  • Monitors of follow through on referrals and appointments.
  • Has a thorough knowledge and understanding of the Clients’ Rights and
  • Responsibilities as well as all client procedures.
  • Advocates on client’s behalf in accessing needed services.
  • Recommends changes in case management policies and procedures.
  • Completes pre-intakes as required.
  • Maintains and reports caseload data as requested.
  • Maintains assigned client files.
  • Completes billing documentation.
  • Other duties as assigned.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in human services and two years’ experience or a master’s degree in human services. Knowledge of HIV disease, government programs, and medical social work procedures are preferred.

SUBMIT REQUEST TO: Zuleika Perera zperera@bigbendcares.org Chief Talent Officer

POSITION TITLE: CHIEF DEVELOPMENT OFFICER

LOCATION: Big Bend Cares 

DEPARTMENT: Development

TYPE OF POSITION: Full-time (Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) 

GENERAL FUNCTION: Reporting to the CEO, the Chief Development Officer (CDO) serves as lead strategist for fund development, creates the agency fund development plan and directs and manages the fund development and volunteer team in execution of that plan. Agency fund development elements include: donor acquisition and fund-raising events; annual giving and major gifts from individuals and corporations; and foundation and government grants. Supporting efforts include staff training and supervision; donor stewardship; gift entry and acknowledgement; database management; and donor research.

JOB REQUIREMENTS: 

  • Advises the CEO, board members, and staff of current resources, trends, obstacles, and developments in revenue generation and donor relations.
  • Establishes and implements short- and long-range resource development strategies, goals, objectives, and strategic planning in conjunction with the CEO and the Board of Directors.
  • Acts as the staff liaison with the Board’s Public Relations Committee.
  • Develops, in tandem with the fund development team, finance team and CEO, the organization’s resource budget, monitors team performance on a monthly basis and maintains an on-going forecast for year-end projections.
  • Oversees volunteer and staff fundraising activities to support the resource development goals of the agency. Activities include individual giving, special events including AIDS Walk and Artopia, foundation and government grants, planned giving, corporate solicitations and United Way.
  • Oversees staff and volunteer support to Board of Directors, stakeholder groups, and CEO for highest level donor cultivation and solicitation activities.
  • Defines metrics and measurements that quantify performance against goals and institutionalizes a system for obtaining and reporting those metrics and measurements for resource development
  • Proactively ensures that the organization develops strong long-term relationships with large scale individual, foundation and corporate donors/funders. Personally, builds and maintains key relationships to ensure fund development strategy is achieved.
  • Ensures establishment of a diverse donor base of individual, corporate, foundation, and public segments.
  • Ensures meaningful and effective partnerships with key public and private sector entities to reinforce the Big Bend Cares and Care Point brands and their impact in the community.
  • Develops innovative recognition opportunities and materials and events for continuity and donor stewardship.
  • Responsible for grant strategy, writing, and review of all submissions including private-source, local, state, and federal grants.
  • Directly supervises the Events and Volunteer Coordinator to ensure metrics are met in resource development, board development, partnerships, volunteers, and outreach to the community
  • Responsible for all volunteer recruitment and staffing.
  • Holds staff meetings to inform staff of decisions made in management team meetings.
  • Responsible for the development of all donor appeal, stewardship and cultivation collateral materials.
  • Assists and supports the Senior Management team, including the CEO, in donor cultivation and solicitation meetings.
  • Attends conferences and interagency meetings as required, including participating in local volunteer and fundraising organizations.
  • Attends health fairs and provides staffing at events as needed.
  • Manages marketing, public relations and social media activities for organization to ensure consistent brand usage and messaging.
  • Implements organization-wide planned giving programs that include identification, evaluation, cultivation, initial solicitation, recognition and stewardship of planned giving prospects and donors.
  • Works closely with the CEO to ensure that program has the resources to meet short- and long-range goals/objectives.
  • Ensures coverage of department and staffing during vacations.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned by CEO.
  • Bachelor’s degree in business or related field.
  • Must have at least five (5) years direct fundraising experience.
  • A minimum of five (5) years of management experience (preferably in a non-profit environment)with at least three (3) years in a senior management capacity.
  • Extensive knowledge of fundraising techniques and sources of funding for nonprofit agencies
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, Board members, volunteers, community groups, and other related agencies.
  • Knowledge of accessing and managing donor database systems
  • Ability to perform at a high level in a fast-paced team environment, and handle and manage multiple projects to meet timelines and deadlines.
  • Proven success at creating resource development strategy, increasing financial results and improving relationships.
  • Proven fund-raising, leadership and consensus building skills.
  • Goal-orientated and close attention to detail.
  • Excellent written, oral and interpersonal skills.
  • Must have reliable transportation- travel throughout the Big Bend area required.
  • Ability to work some evenings and weekends.

SUBMIT REQUEST TO: Zuleika Perera zperera@bigbendcares.org Chief Talent Officer

POSITION TITLE: HIV OUTREACH COORDINATOR

LOCATION: Big Bend Cares 

DEPARTMENT: Prevention and Outreach

TYPE OF POSITION: Full-time (Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) 

GENERAL FUNCTION: The HIV Outreach Coordinator provides HIV testing, prevention for HIV-negative persons at increased risk for HIV infection, community-level prevention, and linkage to prevention and essential support services. The position is responsible to the Director of Prevention and Outreach Services.

JOB REQUIREMENTS: 

  • Conduct confidential HIV testing including pre and post-test counseling.
  • Link clients who have a positive HIV test result to medical care.
  • Routinely lift up to 35 lbs. and set up tents, move exhibit supplies, and deliver condoms.
  • Participate in community events.
  • Distribute condoms.
  • Provide safer sex and risk reduction education as well as PrEP screening.
  • Document prevention grant activities and document as required.
  • Complete monthly reports/logs and submit them to the Director of Prevention and Outreach Services as required.
  • Help market prevention program services.
  • Work with the Director of Prevention and Outreach Services to develop, implement, maintain, and update program activities.
  • Attend required conferences and training.
  • Participate in the local HIV Prevention Network as required.
  • Work weekly hours based on community outreach event schedule.
  • Other duties as assigned.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:

High school diploma.

SUBMIT REQUEST TO: Zuleika Perera zperera@bigbendcares.org Chief Talent Officer

POSITION TITLE: TRANSPORTATION/VAN DRIVER (PART-TIME)

LOCATION: Care Point

DEPARTMENT: Clinical Services

TYPE OF POSITION: Part-time (Monday-Friday – must be flexible/ hours vary)

POSITION SUMMARY: This position provides transportation to medical related appointments for patients.

REPORTS TO: Chief Operating Officer, Care Point Health and Wellness Center

QUALIFICATIONS: The employee must be 25 years of age or older and have a valid driver’s license and clean driving record (both rechecked each year when personnel evaluation is completed). Knowledge of excel and word programs is suggested.  Good organizational skills a plus.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide transportation using clinic van to patients of Care Point Health and Wellness Center/Big Bend Cares to medical related appointments
  • Manage the maintenance of the agency van
  • Follow all traffic and regulatory procedures
  • Assist with administrative duties
  • Courier services if indicated by management
  • Other duties as assigned

SUBMIT REQUEST TO: Zuleika Perera zperera@bigbendcares.org Chief Talent Officer

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